The Madison men’s basketball team won a hard battle against the Aggies of Sand Creek tonight (Friday, March 11), 54.49.
The district champion Trojans will not move on to regionals Monday at Ecorse.
The Madison Lady Trojans’ basketball season ended in the regional finals Thursday night at the hand of Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett, which claimed a 47-37 win and with it, a regional championship at Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard.
The halftime score was 23-12.
Liggett now moves on to the state women’s basketball semifinals at Michigan Center.
District semifinal men’s basketball games played Wednesday night have determined teams for the district finals games to be played Friday evening.
The Royals took an early 3-2 lead and trailed Whiteford by four points until a three-point shot by Cameron Iott with a just over a minute to go in the fourth quarter to stretch the lead to seven.
On the other side of the District 70 bracket Summerfield gave SMCC a good game trailing only by five going into the fifth quarter.
Whiteford and SMCC square off at 7 p.m. Friday for the district final.
In district 69 at Hudson, Madison led by two at halftime and Clinton went on to a five-point lead after three quarters however, the Trojans kept their composure that led them to a five-point victory. Sand Creek defeated Manchester in the second game and will play Madison at … Read More »
The Madison women’s basketball team brought home a semifinal win in regional play tonight (Tuesday, March 8) crushing regional host Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard, 49-23.
The Lady Trojans will advance to the finals Thursday facing Grosse Pointe Woods at Gabriel Richard.
The SMCC Kestrels basketball team made their free throws down the stretch to claim a district title 43-31 over the Britton Deerfield Lady Patriots in the championship game Friday evening.
For the complete story, please see the March 9, 2016, edition of The Advance.
The two Blissfield Royals wrestlers who competed in the state finals this weekend at The Palace of Auburn Hills finished third and fourth in their respective weight classes Saturday after going 1-1 on Friday.
In Saturday’s consolation semi final, Caleb Bangerter captured a third place by virtue of finishing 2-0 on the day in division four’s 215 lb. weight class.
Noah Nieman finished fourth in the 135 lb. class of division four to finish in fourth place. He won his semifinal match was denied a consecutive third after losing in the third-place finals.
By Brad Heineman
Noah Nieman and Caleb Bangerter, Blissfield High School wrestlers, both won their matches at The Palace in the opening rounds of competition of the MHSAA State Wrestling Tournament.
Bangerter pinned Merrill’s James Castillo in just over two minutes at the 215 lb. weight class.
Nieman defeated Lutheran Westland’s Andy Faith in an 18-2 decision at the 135-lb. weight class.
Each will wrestle Friday in the quarterfinal round beginning at 10:30 a.m.
For the complete story and coverage of the tournament, please see the March 9, 2016, edition of The Advance.
When the Redskins of Clinton met the Trojans of Madison in district women’s basketball action Wednesday night in Sand Creek, it was the Lady Trojans who won the war and opportunity to play for the championship Friday evening.
The TCC rivals fought to a 42-36 Madison victory Wednesday evening after Trojans won their first game in districts Monday night.
The complete story on Madison’s quest for the title will be in the March 9, 2016, edition of The Advance.
The Britton Deerfield Lady Patriots will march into the championship women’s district basketball game Friday evening to do battle with the St. Mary’s Catholic Central Kestrels.
BD downed the TCC league opponent Whiteford Bobcats 47-33 Wednesday night after winning the district opener Monday night.
SMCC reached the finals by virtue of a defeat of the Blissfield Lady Royals.
The Kestrels of St. Mary’s Catholic Central did what so many SMCC teams – basketball, football – have done to Blissfield Royal hopes: dashed their playoff hopes.
For the Lady Royals of Blissfield, who have had a sweetheart season marred only by a pair of losses to LCAA league rival Columbia Central, this loss came Wednesday night in Blissfield’s first appearance in district play after drawing a first-round bye. The Kestrals swooped off with a 53-43 win over Blissfield and will face the Britton Deerfield Lady Patriots Friday evening for the district championship.
For the complete story on the end to Blissfield’s season, please see the March 9, 2016, edition of The Advance.