BIRMINGHAM >> There are no easy nights in the Catholic League. A win over a team earlier in the year means almost nothing when the two meet again. The Brother Rice soccer team had that point made very clear to them on Thursday when the Warriors suffered a 5-2 loss to rival Novi Detroit Catholic Central, a team it had already beaten 1-0 this season. “We came out a little tight and (Catholic Central) took advantage of it.
CLARKSTON >> Only one unbeaten team remains in the OAA Red in 2017. The Clarkston volleyball team stands alone atop the conference following a three-set win over the other previously unbeaten, Stoney Creek, on Tuesday. The Wolves improved to 3-0 in the OAA Red with a 25-20, 25-22, 27-25 victory over the Cougars. “It’s still early. There’s still four more matches,” Clarkston coach Kelly Pinner said with a laugh. “But we knew Stoney Creek was going to be tough.
SOUTHFIELD >> Finishing games is something the Southfield A&T football team has been learning how to do in recent weeks. Their progress showed on Friday when the Warriors scored 24 points in the second half to get past Oxford, 32-12, and improve to 2-2 on the season.
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Selecting a term
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