Friday, November 23, 2012
The Warriors will try to reach another milestone for legendary coach Al Fracassa in Division 2, while County Day competes for the school's first crown in Division 4.
Didn't get enough football on Thanksgiving? You're in luck, and have a great opportunity to see some of the future stars of the game today when the Michigan High School Athletic Association Football Finals begin. Of Interest: Warriors in the Crowd; Faces of the Brother Rice fans at Ford Field for the 2011 Finals Brother Rice topped Wyandotte 31-3 in a dominant performance last week, and has won seven straight games. Though the regular-season schedule is full of difficult opponents both in and outside of the Catholic League, The Warriors may have its toughest task of the season against Muskegon. The Big Reds are 12-1, and have a strong tradition of winning big games too. The program boasts five state titles, including three since 2004, …
Wednesday, September 12, 2012
Beverly Hills' Detroit Country Day and Bloomfield Hills' Brother Rice are both 2-1 this season.
Thursday, August 23, 2012
We've got your look at this year's varsity football schedule for the Warriors and the Yellowjackets.
Football practice is officially under way, and it has all the makings of a memorable season for several schools in the Birmingham-Bloomfield area. To make sure you don't miss a game, here's a look ahead at this year's varsity football schedule for the Brother Rice Warriors and Detroit Country Day Yellowjackets. The Warriors open the season in prime time on Saturday against Detroit Cass Tech. in the marquee game of the 2012 Detroit Sports Commission Prep Kickoff Classic. August September October August September October Does your child attend Birmingham Public Schools? Make sure you check out Seaholm, Groves Release 2012 Varsity Football Schedules.
Friday, October 28, 2011
What's coming up for Birmingham-area sports teams tonight and this weekend? We've got your full lineup of games and tournaments.
Happy Friday! Looking to keep up with your favorite in prep sports action this weekend? Check out what's on the schedule for high school athletes from Roeper, Seaholm, Groves and Detroit Country Day this Friday and Saturday. The days are packed with regional tournaments and the first round of football playoffs. FRIDAY Water Polo SATURDAY Football Water Polo Cross Country Volleyball FRIDAY Football SATURDAY Cross Country Volleyball FRIDAY Football SATURDAY Boys and Girls Cross Country Volleyball Correction: The time of the Groves football game was incorrect in the original version of this report. Information provided by HighSchoolSports.Net. Come back every day this week to check out a lineup of the big games that day. Is your student …
Monday, September 26, 2011
Runners from both schools did well against 30 teams at Old Skool Classic on Saturday.
Seaholm, Roeper Cross country coaches at Seaholm and Roeper both had things to be happy about with after the 2011 Old Skool Classic at Wolcott Farm on Saturday. The tournament featured more than 30 schools from around the state and hundreds of runners. During the race, runners ran against students in their own grade, making the meet unique from other cross country meets. Seaholm had more than 60 runners at the race and scored eight top ten finishes. Tess Wilberding was the top finisher for the Maples. The junior won her year’s group with a 5,000 meter time of 20:08. Junior teammates Mallory Wilberding (21:05; fifth place), her sister, and Selena Wallace (21:36; eighth place) also finished in the top ten. The Seaholm girls team also had a …
Tuesday, September 20, 2011
The Maples play Avondale in the game of the week while the Falcons will go for a fourth-straight win against Andover.
Are you ready for some football? Groves and Seaholm are looking to pick up some big wins on the gridiron this week, while tennis and cross country also have big matches in the lineup. Here's a look at the big games ahead: Groves The Groves High School varsity football team will head to Andover this week for a game at 7 p.m. Friday. The Falcons will try to keep the longest winning streak the school has had in seven years going against a Barons team still searching for their first win. Groves running back Keon Collier has scored four touchdowns in each of the past two games — can he make it three in a row? Andover’s defense has struggled at times, especially with its depth, so it's definitely possible. Groves' offense has helped the team …
Sunday, September 18, 2011
The Maples varsity boys soccer team was a perfect 3-0 this week and the varsity girls swim team remains unbeaten.
It was a busy week in Birmingham sports, with the Seaholm boys soccer team winning big against Hazel Park and rival Groves. Meanwhile, Birmingham-area football teams had a good weekend as well, with wins from Groves, Seaholm and Detroit Country Day. Seaholm The Seaholm varsity boys soccer team put together a hat trick of shutouts this week. Its defense didn’t allow a single goal while the Maples have only allowed one goal in their last five games. On Tuesday, Seaholm played the first of two games against Hazel Park, winning 11-0 at home. The Maples visited the Vikings on Thursday and shut them out again 8-0. Seaholm played a closer game at rival Groves on Friday, but still won 3-0. The Maples' wins over Hazel Park help them make a move …
Monday, September 12, 2011
Groves plays Seaholm and Country Day faces off against Brother Rice on the soccer field this week.
It's a big week for soccer and football this week at Birmingham area high schools. Here's a look at the big games ahead: Another week, another battle between the Falcons and Maples. At 7 p.m. Friday, the Seaholm and Groves' boys soccer teams will play at Groves. Seaholm is coming off a nice 2-1 win over Lahser last week that pushed its record over .500 on the season (3-2). It will look to build on that momentum in a busy week. Other games on the pitch this week include: The Groves High School football team hasn’t won three games in a row since 2004. Not so coincidently it was the last time the Falcons made the playoffs. On Friday, they will have a chance to put together three wins in a row and equal last year’s win total in just four weeks…
Sunday, September 11, 2011
The Falcons' 38-37 double overtime win over Berkley was the game of the week for Birmingham.
A wild week of football for Birmingham-area schools was the big story this week. Groves and Seaholm high schools both played two very close games that could prove pivotal later this season in the race to the playoffs. The schools also played some exciting rivalry games against each other in tennis and volleyball. Various What a week for Birmingham football teams. Seaholm High School and Lahser, two of the three undefeated teams in the Oakland Activities Association Blue division, was supposed to be the game of the week, but Groves High School and Berkley stole the show down the street on Friday. The Falcons won a 38-37 double overtime thriller to give the program back-to-back wins for the first time since 2008. Keon Collier ran for 180 …
Friday, September 9, 2011
The Yellowjackets stop a two-game losing streak with 49-0 thrashing of Harper Woods Thursday night.
BEVERLY HILLS – For at least one week, the Detroit Country Day varsity football team can breathe a sigh of relief. The Yellowjackets opened the season by dropping their first two games to Harper Woods Chandler Park and University of Detroit Jesuit. Thursday night it stopped the bleeding with a 49-0 win over Harper Woods at home. “We needed to get that (win),” Country Day Head Coach Dan MacLean said. “It’s a great group of kids and they’ve just struggled. Even though we got some seniors, most of them are playing their first year of starting football. We’ve played hard, but we might have been our own worst enemies in those first two games. It was just good to get this tonight.” MacLean said the consistency of his team’s running game during …