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The Country Day boys lacrosse team and Marian girls soccer squad are no strangers to winning.
Swimmers from Seaholm and Groves make the second and third all-county team, while the first team is populated by almost a dozen Brother Rice swimmers.
The Yellowjackets beat Detroit Community 57-49 Saturday night in the Class B boys basketball finals.
The Detroit Country Day boys basketball team sailed past Cadillac Friday night and will compete for their first state championship since 2010.
Ernie Righetti, the man "who never quits," has bee the Roeper School's athletic director for 31 years.
The Yellowjackets beat Flint Powers 79-61 Tuesday night during the Class B quarterfinals.
Meanwhile, the girls from Detroit Country Day bow out of the tournament with a loss to Flint Powers on Tuesday.
Keeping you up to date with all the high school games and tournaments in Birmingham.
This is the second year in a row Seaholm has finished third at the state swimming finals, their third year coming in the top three. Groves, meanwhile, finished ninth on Saturday.
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