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Coaches like to make basketball sound really complex, but success often hinges on one simple question: whether a team can score consistently.
The Trenton hockey team's offense was at its explosive best last week as the Trojans scored 22 times in two games, won twice, and improved their season record to 5-3.
Here's the big moment: Forest Park's Lexi Gussert watches her shot soar to the basket early in the fourth quarter against Kingsford Dec. 13, scoring her 2,000th high school point.
Impressive scoring and a first-of-the-season defeat flesh out Monday night's high school sports roundup.
Mount Union running back Logan Nemeth scored on a late touchdown run and had a key reception minutes later to help the Purple Raiders beat North Central 41-40 in the NCAA Division III football national semifinals Saturday.
The final score aside, North Farmington's first dual meet of the 2013-14 boys swim season would have to be considered a major success.
JACKSON, MI The Addison High School wrestling team will face many teams this season, but one team that has been on its radar since last season was New Baltimore Anchor Bay.
OFFENSE QB TRAVIS SMITH Ithaca senior 6-3, 200 RELATED: Ithaca's Travis Smith caps off career with 4th crown RB BEN HEINRITZ DeWitt junior 5-11, 200 Led the mid-Michigan area in rushing yards with 1,421 on 165 carries and scored 17 TDs.
Wolverines freshman heavyweight Adam Coon has aced his first semester -- on the mat, at least -- for the Michigan wrestling team.
The Spartans, the defending MHSAA Division 2 state champions, jumped out to a 5-0 first-period lead and never looked back in raising their overall season record to 7-1.
Redford Thurston senior forward Otis Kemutambah played like a man amongst boys during stretches of Friday night's non-conference home game against Livonia Stevenson.
Whenever Grosse Pointe North takes on Grosse Pointe South in sports it's a big deal.
St. Clair football coach Bill Nesbitt could tell by looking at his senior quarterback a day in advance that a big game was coming.
If anticipation breeds excitement, the boys ice hockey teams from Cranbrook Kingswood and Brother Rice must be skating with unbridled passion these days.
The Cabrini swim team jumped in the pool for the first contest of the season last weekend and finished the day as repeat champions of the Charger Relays.