|Sport||Date||Visiting Team||Home Team|
|Basketball - Girls||2/9/2016||Wixom St. Catherine||39||Royal Oak Shrine||38|
|Basketball - Girls||2/9/2016||Madison Heights Madison||40||St. Clair Shores South Lake||51|
|Basketball - Boys||2/9/2016||Pontiac Notre Dame Prep||59||Madison Heights Bishop Foley||66|
Select a Sport:
Select a School:
What was expected to be an exciting ending to the Bloomfield Hills Andover football program - playing one last season before merging with Lahser next year - the season was cut short due to a lack of numbers. (The Oakland Press file photo)
BEST OF 2012: The most popular MIPrepZone stories of 2012
Game Info>> View more scores
Related Articles>> View more news
1. West Bloomfield player allegedly assaults 67-year-old Stoney Creek coach – The story went viral, and that’s to be expected considering the circumstances of the post-game confrontation between the Cougars and Lakers.
2. Catholic Central sophomore standout football player David Widzinski dies – So much life ahead of him, and so much promise too, this young man’s life ended far, far too soon.
3. Bloomfield Hills Andover disbands program three weeks into season – Next year the Barons will be no more. It’s unfortunate that the team couldn’t finish out the 2012 season, its last at Andover.
4. Oxford families hope community can pull together to pay off blue turf field – In an effort to give the kids, and the community, something to be proud of, the Wildcat family is now doing everything it can to take care of business.
5. DUNLAP AND BURNSTEIN: Tape tells what really happened in West Bloomfield-Stoney Creek game – In this day and age (of technology), a story can twist and turn several times before it ever goes to print. Keith Dunlap and Scott Burnstein can attest to that.
6. PREP FOOTBALL PREVIEW: The Oakland Press’s Top 75 players of 2012 – One look at this list and you’ll see just why Oakland County football teams are always fighting for state championships come November.
7. SIGNING DAY LIST: Athletes in Oakland County going to the next level – It’s always one of our biggest draws. Everyone wants to know where the best athletes are going to play at the next level. Check it out.
8. BOYS BASKETBALL: The top 50 players in Oakland County – James Young, Jonathan Williams, Miroslav Jaksic, Paris Bass and Yante Maten lead the way on this talented list of players.
9. VOLLEYBALL: Marian’s Irick Gardner stepping down as coach of Mustangs – After transforming the Mustangs into a yearly state power, Irick Gardner decides to call it quits.
10. WRESTLING FINALS: Track your teams and your wrestlers here – There were 79 Oakland County wrestlers wrestling at The Palace. This is the place to go to track each and every one of their accomplishments.
11. 2012 Oakland County Baseball Preview: Foley’s Brett Sunde tops the list of Top 60 Oakland County players – Great baseball teams are made up of great players. Just look down this list to see the best of the best in Oakland County.
12. 2012 All-Oakland County squad will go down in history – Three years from now this group of players may very well be accomplishing big things at the next level, or the level after that.
13. 2012 All-Oakland County Football Team – You want touchdowns, big passing and rushing numbers, or tackles and sacks? Read through this list of players.
14. MIPrepZone Football Video Game of the Week – Macomb Dakota at Lake Orion – A year ago, we began broadcasting football games each and every Friday night. The games are always big. But this one was bigger than big. You can still watch it, along with all of our other games this season, here.
15. BOYS LACROSSE: Players to watch in Oakland County – If you’re a lacrosse fan, you need to check out this list, which is filled with talent.
This is the last in a series of stories highlighting the most read stories on MIPrepZone for 2012. To read our previous lists, click on the following sports Hockey, Wrestling, Girls Soccer, Boys Soccer, Baseball, Girls Basketball, Boys Basketball, Football.
Last Updated: 1/2/2013 12:28:09 PM ESTblog comments powered by Disqus