|Sport||Date||Visiting Team||Home Team|
|Soccer - Girls||5/24/2013||Roseville||6||Center Line||0|
Select a Sport:
Select a School:
Remember the television show “Frasier?” It starred Kelsey Grammer and David Hyde Pierce. Well, there were some other stars in the Fraser baseball show Friday afternoon. That’s when the Ramblers defeated visiting Parkway Christian 6-5 in a non-league confrontation. Winning pitcher Shea Barrington... Read More
Submit A Story
Interested in sending us a sports story about your school?
GIRLS TRACK: Lakeview's Moen sets meet record in high hurdles VIDEO
Lakeview senior Sarah Moen found herself in familiar territory at the Macom...Read More
Our Fan Center contains photos and videos submitted by you, the users. Select an image or the "see all" link at the bottom to view more.
Athletes of the Week
Track And Field
De La Salle
Zingas, a junior, ran to a first-place finish in the 400-meter dash at the Macomb County High School Invitational Track Meet of Champions at Warren-Mott. Zingas' time was 51.4 seconds.
Deneweth, a senior shortstop, hit for the cycle and had a walk against Ann Arbor Huron during play in the University of Michigan tournament. Deneweth scored four runs and had four RBI in the game. The Oakland Community College recruit is batting .421 for the season.
Soccer - Girls
Economeas, a senior, helped Lakeview go undefeated in the MAC Blue Division with a 12-0-0 record. She has 25 goals and nine assists. Economeas has been a member of the varsity and a starter for four seasons.
Braschayko, a senior pitcher, carried the Marauders to a 4-0 week with 28 strikeouts. She allowed one run with 10 strikeouts in a 5-1 victory against Grosse Pointe South.
Tennis - Girls
Kedzierski won the Royal Oak Daily Tribune tournament, winning three total matches. She has had an outstanding record at No. 1 singles, which earned her a seed at the regionals. She is co-captain of Regina's team and worked hard on the off-season to advance in the singles line-up.
Schefka had seven hits, including five home runs, and knocked in six runs during the Michigan Stars tournament. The Falcons finished second in the 46-team tournament, losing to fellow MAC team Romeo in the championship game.