High School Sports Photo Galleries

  • Oakland County's Top 50 rev up for season WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    The list is comprised of achievers from those on a state-wide scale to those who are standouts in league action. The bottom line is a trip to state awaits those who can last the longest. 1. Myles Amine, Novi Detroit Catholic Central - Wrestling in a bigger body might be his major challenge 2. Trevor Zdebski, Novi Detroit Catholic Central - His ...Read More

  • Catholic Central still tops around Oakland County WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    Perennial power Hartland has been the KLAA standard for quite some time. But Brighton is a legitimate threat to upend the Eagles. KLAA Lakes Conference West Division BRIGHTON - With 13 starters returning, Brighton's Bulldogs aren't just looking for local dominance, they’re taking aim at state honors, and they have the personnel to do it. Nic...Read More

  • Troy gets ready for county meet WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    The host with the most? That was certainly the case at Troy High Wednesday night, as coach Jon Thomas’ Colts defeated crosstown rival Troy Athens 44-19. Athens is coached by former longtime Troy High head coach Gary Harlan. In fact, Harlan was Thomas’ coach when he was a standout wrestler at his alma mater. Thomas graduated from Troy High in 2006...Read More

  • Cranbrook powers past St. Mary's thanks to special team's play WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    EDITOR'S NOTE: Check back later Thursday as different photos will be rotated into this gallery. BLOOMFIELD HILLS – They don’t call it a power play for nothing. Powered by three second period goals with a man advantage, host Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood defeated Orchard Lake St. Mary’s, 4-2, at Wallace Ice Arena Wednesday night. Le...Read More

  • Troy uses five-goal outburst in second period to down Unified WITH PHOTOS AND VIDEOS
    TROY – The host Troy Colts exploded for five goals in the second period en route to a 7-4 OAA White victory over the Birmingham Unified Kings. Trailing 2-1 after the first period, the Colts tied the game with 12:33 to play in the second period when Andrew Peters’ shot found its way through a crowd and clanked in off the post. Less than two minutes...Read More

  • LIVE SCOREBOARD: Final scores from Wednesday, December 17
    Boys Basketball Clawson 63, Madison Heights Lamphere 44 Girls Basketball Southfield 72, Birmingham Groves 23 Hockey Birmingham Brother Rice 5, Brighton 3 Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood 4, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s 2 KBH Unified 7, Swartz Creek 4 Novi 8, Livonia Churchill 0 Plymouth Salem 6, South Lyon 1 Wa...Read More

  • Oakland County top 10 rankings Week One WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    There hasn’t been a tremendous amount of movement from the preseason rankings, primarily because the top teams have — for the most part — held serve through the first three weeks of play. Here’s a look at how the top 10 teams in Oakland County stack up after Tuesday’s action: 1. Birmingham Marian (3-0) — The Mustangs haven’t played a h...Read More

  • Clarkston buckles down in second half to hold off Macomb Dakota WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    MACOMB - Clarkston and Dakota did not exchange shoes at halftime, but the proverbial shoe was on the other foot for the host Cougars over the final 16 minutes of play. After struggling over the game's first several minutes to make shots against Dakota, the visiting Wolves clawed their way back before the break to tie the game. What happened next ...Read More

  • Oxford uses 1-2 punch of Donaldson and Murphy to knock out Stoney Creek WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    OXFORD — Oxford senior Jessica Murphy scored 13 of her game-high 19 points in the second half as the Wildcats erased a 21-16 halftime deficit to Stoney Creek to win by the comfortable final score of 42-31. Outside of the second quarter when Stoney Creek held the Wildcats to five points, the Cougars had little answer for the inside play of junior S...Read More

  • Adams surges past Lake Orion in overtime WITH PHOTO GALLERY AND VIDEOS
    ROCHESTER HILLS – A popular December theme for many boys basketball teams around the state is “Don’t worry, it will get better,” and both Lake Orion and Rochester Adams are definitely subscribing to that mantra at the moment. The initial stages of the season has been a series of ups and downs for both, and while they each know they aren’t close t...Read More

  • Stephens pours in 31 as Harrison cruises past Farmington WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    FARMINGTON – The Farmington Hills Harrison girls basketball team is entering the holiday break on a roll. Behind a game-high 31 points from junior guard Amber Stephens, the Hawks handed crosstown rival Farmington a 72-25 defeat Tuesday. After falling behind 10-0 in the first two and a half minutes of Tuesday’s contest, Farmington broke Harriso...Read More

  • Kettering holds off frenetic second-half comeback by Hartland WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    HARTLAND — So you want to build a program? One that’s good every year? Then you’re going to have to live with some youngsters playing key roles year after year, growing into the program’s leaders by the time they’re done. For Don Palmer, who spent decades building a girls basketball program at Milford, and now at Hartland, it was a freshman and...Read More

  • WL Northern edges Milford for first win of campaign WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    COMMERCE TWP – Walled Lake Northern played big in crunch time to secure its first win of the season Tuesday night, squeaking by Milford 31-30 in a boys basketball affair out of the Kensington Lakes Activities Association. Northern (1-2) was in front 19-12 at the break and 25-24 entering the fourth quarter. After Milford’s Devin Vogel split a pair...Read More

  • LIVE SCOREBOARD: Final scores from Tuesday, December 16
    Boys Basketball Birmingham Brother Rice 55, Dearborn Divine Child 36 Clarkston 52, Macomb Dakota 37 Fenton 70, Ortonville Brandon 53 Ferndale University 73, Ferndale 62 Hartland 43, Waterford Kettering 31 Lakeland 69, Howell 58 North Farmington 68, Farmington Hills Harrison 25 Plymouth Christian 58, Clarkston Everest Collegiate 46 Rocheste...Read More

  • Monday's Prep Roundup: Hazel Park edges Madison Heights Madison in boys basketball action WITH PHOTO GALLERY
    MADISON HEIGHTS - Julius Giles poured in 26 points and Hazel Park edged Madison Heights Madison, 69-66, in non-league boys basketball action Monday. Carl Bow Jr. added 16 points and Dave Hearns finished with 12 points for Hazel Park (2-2). Mike Floyd had 19 points and Amari Nelson had 14 points for Madison. More boys basketball - Auburn Hills ...Read More

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