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2020-2021 Athletic Registration is now open!

Athletic Registration for the 20-21 school year is now open!  Please click on the More tab at the top of the page to find the link to our registration page under the Eagles HQ section. Please read the instructions carefully as MHSAA has changed the requirement for physicals for this school year only. Families will

Reopening Summer Workout schedule

Below is the summer workout schedule for Skyline programs:  Please make sure you are healthy before attending – NO Fever, Cough, Sore Throat, Shortness of Breath, close contact with someone with Covid 19 or a fever higher than 100.3 F .  If an athlete has any of those symptoms they will be asked to go

Athletic Department Store Open!

Check out the items we have available for immediate purchase in the athletic office.  Make great holiday or birthday gifts for the Skyline Eagle in your family.  Stop by athletics to get yours today!  

Adie Maki Golf State Championship Runner-Up!

Skyline Junior Adie Maki scored a 73 at the State Championship held at MSU Forest Akers East on Friday October 16 tying for 2nd out of 108 players. Windy and cold conditions couldn’t stop her! An excellent end to a very successful golf season for the Eagles. Congratulations Adie and the entire girls’ golf team!

Pay to Participate Information for Fall Sports-Please read carefully

Please read important information below regarding PTP fees from Mr. Wellman, Skyline Athletic Director. For those who qualify for a waiver, the form is on the athletic registration page of our website. You must fill it out and send to  Thank you. Pay to Participation Fees – Google Docs

Skyline Girls’ Varsity Golf Regionals

The Skyline Girls’ Varsity Golf team had a strong showing on Wednesday, October 7 at the Regional Golf Tournament at Lake Forest. The team played 8 strokes better than their season average and placed 4th out of 12 teams. Unfortunately only 3 teams advance to the State Tournament. Junior Adie Maki, however, will move on

SEC Girls’ Varsity Golf Tournament at Rustic Glen

The Girls’ Varsity Golf team played in the SEC Championship tournament at Rustic Glen GC on October 1. The tournament was 18 holes to distinguish All-Conference team and All-Conference Individuals for our SouthEastern Conference. The Eagles were 12-1 in matches leading up to this tournament. The team achieved a 2nd place finish in tournament. Adie Maki was

Girls’ Varsity Golf: Pioneer Invitational

The Varsity Girls’ Golf team hit the links on September 29 for the Pioneer Invitational, facing some of the best golf teams in the state. Adie Maki led the way for the Eagles with an 80. The rest of the team, which included Reva Patchava, Lucy Stoy, Riya Patchava, Grace Hescheles, Alison Marshall and Mackenzie

Girls’ Golf First Place JV SEC Tournament!

Even though the team only played 13 holes out of the 18 (some were under construction), the Skyline Girls’ JV Golf had a first-place finish in the SEC tournament, with 6 girls in the top 10, and 3 girls TIED for first place overall (score of 83): Dylan Schueler, Tess Bazzani, and Reva Patchava. Val von Rutte

SEC match at Lake Forest Golf Club

The Varsity Girls’ Golf team had a 9-hole match today against Lincoln, Ypsilanti and Bedford. Junior Adie Maki led the Eagles with a 37, followed by Junior Riya Patchava with a 43. The winning team, with an overall score of 183, also included Mackenzie Dempsey, Alison Marshall, Lucy Stoy and Ella Kucinski. The team is

Girls’ Varsity Golf: Ann Arbor City Tournament

Skyline girls’ varsity golf played in the AA City Tournament on September 23. The tournament results (and photos!) are featured on  From the article: “Skyline’s scorecard featured three players just two strokes apart: senior Alison Marshall (107), junior Riya Patchava (108) and freshman Reva Patchava. Senior Katie Maugh shot a 119 and junior Lia Tomilo

Girls’ Varsity Golf Brighton Tournament

For the first time this year, all the players on the Varsity Girls’ Golf team broke 100. Adie Maki shot 77 and tied for second overall. The Eagles squad, which included Riya Patchava, Grace Hescheles, Alison Marshall, and Lia Tomilo, achieved the second-lowest team score of the season. Way to go Eagles!