Friday, October 19, 2012
Seaholm also takes home a victory in Birmingham Patch's school spirit contest, uploading more than 80 photos and videos of Maple pride.
Friday was a tough night to be a Groves football fan, after inter-city rival Seaholm (literally) rained on the Falcons' homecoming celebrations. In a stunning, come-from-behind victory, Seaholm defeated Groves 22-15 during Birmingham's annual crosstown rivalry game. Seaholm's win was revenge for last year's loss to Groves, when the Falcons defeated the Maples 21-3. Groves started the game on top, entering the third quarter 15-0. However, the third quarter was Seaholm's quarter, during which the Maples scored two touchdowns to come within one point of the Falcons, bringing the score to 15-14. Then, it was the fourth quarter. With a little less than three minutes left in the game, Groves brought the ball within one yard of the endzone, …
Friday, September 14, 2012
Groves has its second home game of the season scheduled for Friday, while the 2-1 Maples head to Berkley.
The Groves High School varsity football team will have a chance redeem itself Friday night in its second home game of the season. Everything kicks off at 7 p.m. at Groves, where the Falcons will face Hazel Park. Groves is 0-3 on the season, after a disappointing loss during their first home game last week 35-6 to Lahser. Meanwhile, the Seaholm High School varsity Maples travel to Berkley for a game at 7 p.m. Seaholm is 2-1 this season, after losing to Detroit Country Day last week. This is the third year for the renewed Seaholm-Berkley match-up, after the two schools didn't play each for more than a decade. Seaholm and Berkley have split the past two games, with Seaholm winning last year 36-17. Like Seaholm, Berkley is 2-1 overall this …
Saturday, September 8, 2012
Last night, Lahser defeats Groves 35-6 while Seaholm falls to Detroit Country Day 35-21.
Friday was a disappointing night for Birmingham-area football teams. Did you miss any of the action? Here's your round-up of Friday's games: At Groves High School, the Falcons fell to Lahser 35-6 during their first home game of the season. According to MI Prep Zone, Groves' only touchdown was scored by Ross Williams who made a four-yard run. The boys from Seaholm were also disappointed Friday night, with a loss to Detroit Country Day breaking their brief shutout streak. The Maples lost the Country Day at home 35-21. Senior quarterback Stephen Guenther ran for one of the touchdowns, while throwing two more to Jake Martin and Matt Brown. Were you at the games? Upload a picture to our Pics & Clips gallery!
Friday, September 7, 2012
Seaholm and Groves both have home games this week, with MHSAA cameras projected to be at Falcon Field.
Friday will be a big night for football in Birmingham, with two home games on the schedule for the varisty teams at Seaholm High School and Groves High School. Things kick off at Maple Field at 7 p.m., where Seaholm will face Detroit Country Day. The game was nominated for Channel 7's Meijer Game of the Week, but ultimately lost out to the matchup between Cass Tech and Detroit Renaissance. Seaholm is 2-0 so far this year after defeating Royal Oak at home last week 35-0. Meanwhile, Groves plays its first home game of the season against Lahser at 7 p.m. Friday. Groves, who is 0-2 this year, fell to Avondale last week 41-6 and Berkley the week before that. This week, however, the Michigan High School Athletics Association (MHSAA) plans to …
Thursday, August 23, 2012
The Seaholm varsity squad faces Ferndale at 7 p.m. at home Thursday. Groves plays Berkley Friday.
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
Junior running back and defensive end Ross Williams says he's looking for a "big season" this fall.
Friday, August 10, 2012
Are you ready for some football? Seaholm and Groves' seasons begin on Aug. 23 and 24, respectively.
Football practice officially began Monday, and the varsity football teams from Seaholm and Groves high school are looking forward to the 2012 seasons. Looking to keep up with all the games? Here's the regular schedule for Birmingham's varsty football teams: August September October August September October
Football teams across Michigan, including those from Seaholm and Groves, began practice this week while getting used to several new rules from the MHSAA.
The 2012-13 fall sports season officially began this week, when approximately 110,000 student-athletes in Michigan begin practice in eight sports regulated by the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA). Practicce began for Michgan's football players on Monday, followed by all other fall sports — from cross country to boys tennis — on Wednesday. Schools must have 12 days of preseason practice at all levels before their first game. For the Seaholm High School Maples, the varsity team plays their first game of the season at home Aug. 23 against Ferndale High School. The varsity team from Groves High School, meanwhile, plays Berkley High School on Aug. 24. Their first game is away. Before the first whistle, Birmingham's student …
Saturday, October 29, 2011
The Falcons are eliminated from the post-season, finishing 6-4 overall.
Groves High School’s season came to an end Saturday night as the Falcons lost at home to Southfield, 53-7, in the first round of the state football playoffs. Senior running back Keon Collier had another solid game for Birmingham Groves (6-4), rushing for 128 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries, but it was not enough for the Falcons to overcome a talented Southfield team. Collier’s 68-yard touchdown run in the third quarter were the only points for Groves in the game. Southfield (7-3) scored on all six of its first-half possessions, as the Groves defense was unable to slow down a potent offense led by quarterback Justin Danzy and running back Brandon Watkins. The Bluejays led 46-0 at halftime. Despite Saturday's loss, Groves had one of its…
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 …