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BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM CAPSULES 2017-18

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BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM CAPSULES 2017-18

Below the the 2017-18 boys basketball team capsules for high schools located in the coverage region for www.northoakalndsports.com. Additional information can be forwarded to dan.stickradt@northoaklndsports.com or results@northoaklandsports.com. Follow on Twitter @LocalSportsFans

 

Auburn Hills Avondale

HEAD COACH: Tim Morton, 15th season (non-consecutive, 184-136).

2016-17 RECORD: 12-10, 4-6 OAA White Division (fourth)

STATE TOURNAMENT: Def. Birmingham Groves (59-53); lost in Class A district semifinals to Birmingham Seaholm (54-48)

RETURNING STARTERS: Martone Cole, 6-2 sr. G/F (11.2 ppg)

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Koby Anthony, 5-9 jr. G; Nick Whiteside, 6-2 sr. G; Daniel Milton, 6-5 sr. F; Will Fahoome, 6-1 sr. G/F; Jordan Douglas, 6-1 sr. G/F

KEY NEWCOMERS: Derrick Hinton, 5-8 jr. G; Zeke Ringstaff, 5-8 jr. PG; Christian Hatchett, 6-0 jr. G/F; Daniel Hughes, 6-3 jr. F

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES: Avondale is now 16 seasons removed from its Class B state championship team. But the one constant remains is that all of Coach Morton’s teams compete, regardless of talent level. Expect this team to finish in the top half of the OAA White this season with a nice mix of experience and talented youth. The guard-oriented Yellowjackets lack size but will make up for it with quickness and depth at guard.

 

Auburn Hills Christian

HEAD COACH: Joran Hopper, first season.

2016-17 RECORD: 7-12.

STATE TOURNAMENT: Lost in Class D pre-district semifinals to Novi Franklin Road Christian (74-51).

RETURNING STARTERS: Romani Jackson, sr. G; Andrew James, jr. G

OTHER KEY RETURNEES:

KEY NEWCOMERS:

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES:

 

SCHOOL: Auburn Hills Oakland Christian

HEAD COACH: Dennis Hopkins, 12th season.

2016-17 RECORD: MIAC Blue Division

STATE TOURNAMENT: Def. Clarkston Everest Collegiate (44-37); def. Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes (55-37, district finals); lost to Southfield Christin in Class D regional semifinals (52-41).

RETURNING STARTERS: Ryder Patterson, 5-11 sr. G; Hunter Washington, sr. F

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Kyle Barba, 5-9 jr. G; Derrick Dysart, 5-11 sr. G; Angelo Scafone, sr. G; Joshua Siminski, 6-1 sr. F; Seth Williams, 6-0 sr. F; Alex Smith, 5-7 soph. G

KEY NEWCOMERS: Jack Youngblood, jr. F; Joseph Seidel, jr. C; Daniel Siminiski, soph. G; Noah Ford, jr. G; Luke Isham, jr. G

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES: Although the Lancers lost some of its top players and size to graduation, Oakland Christian raced out to a 4-0 start before the Christmas break and are expected to finish in the top half of the MIAC-blue agin this season.

 

Clarkston

HEAD COACH: Dan Fife, 36th season (683-170)

2016-17 RECORD: 27-1, 9-1 OAA Red Division (first).

STATE TOURNAMENT: Def. Waterford Mott (76-20); def. Lake Orion (73-33); def. Waterford Kettering (65-7, district finals); def. Macomb Dakota (68-48); def. Rochester Stoney Creek (56-36); def. Saginaw (70-50, state quarterfinals); def. West Bloomfield (78-35, state semifinals); captured Class A state championship with win over Grand Rapids Christian (75-69).

RETURNING STARTERS: Foster Loyer, 6-1 sr. PG (three-time All-State First Team; 22 ppg; committed to Michigan State); CJ Robinson, 5-10 sr. G; Chase Wasilk, 6-5 sr. F; Taylor Currie, 6-9 sr. C (reclassified to 2018; committed to Wisconsin)

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Tristen Mycen, 6-7 sr. C/F; Tieler Houston, 6-3 sr. G/F; Max Anderson, 5-9 sr. G; Nick Wells, 6-1 sr. G; Jake Jensen, 6-2 jr. G/F

KEY NEWCOMERS: Thomas Kilthier, 6-9 sr. F/C (transfer from Macomb Dakota; currently ineligible, part of MHSAA dispute; committed to Michigan State); Garrett Dellinger, 6-6 fr. F; Matt Nicholson, 6-11 soph. C; Hank Schemmel, 6-6 sr. F (transfer from Maryland); Josh Luther, 5-10 jr. G

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES: Clarkston has won 11 straight league titles and 13 of 14; the Wolves also have captured district titles in 20 of 22 seasons. But Clarkston finally broke through with its first state title in 2017. Most of the roster is back, including four starters, and the Wolves bolster one of the nation’s top point guard in Loyer and eight players that stand between 6-5 and 6-11. This team is so deep that even players towards the end of the bench would be starters at most schools. Clarkston is 71-5 the past three seasons.

 

Clarkston Everest Collegiate

HEAD COACH: Patrick Lowney, fifth season.

2016-17 RECORD: 10-11, 6-6 CHSL-Intersectional (fourth).

STATE TOURNAMENT: Lost in Class D district semifinals to Auburn Hills Oakland Christian (44-37).

RETURNING STARTERS: JC James, 5-11 sr. G (All-Catholic); Simon Fenske, 6-0 sr. F (All-Division); Kamran Nallamothu, 5-10 sr. G

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Trevor Myers, 6-0 jr. F; Michael Nardone, 6-2 jr. C; Josh Legg, 5-11 jr. F; Andrew Stafford, 6-1 sr. F/C

KEY NEWCOMERS: Grant Burgess, 6-1 sr. F (missed junior season with injury); played varsity as sophomore); Michael McGrath, 6-5 fr. F/C; Nick Cross, 6-1 sr. F (All-Catholic in soccer); Michael McGrath, 6-5 fr. F/C; Mitchell Rozwadowski, 5-11 jr. G; Mitchell Lowney, 5-10 jr. G; Max Engle, 6-0 jr. F; Shane Dolan, 6-0 jr. F; Rodrigo Denigris, 5-11 jr. F.

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES: The Mountaineers ventured through a tough rebuilding campaign two year ago and finished around .500 last season. Now with eight players with varsity experienced improved size, this team should one of the better teams in their its CHSL division, along with three-time defending champ Riverview Gabriel Richard and Marine City Cardinal Mooney. “We have a lot of experience coming back and a pretty good balance of inside and out to attack with,” said Lowney. ”The league will be a battle and should be another exciting time. The kids have been working hard in the preseason and are excited to get the season going.”

 

Clarkston Springfield Christian

HEAD COACH:

2016-17 RECORD:

STATE TOURNAMENT:

RETURNING STARTERS:

OTHER KEY RETURNEES:

KEY NEWCOMERS:

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES:

 

Holly

HEAD COACH: Lance Baylis, eighth season.

2016-17 RECORD: 9-12, 6-10 Flint Metro League (sixth)

STATE TOURNAMENT: Lost in Class A pre-district to Linden (54-52)

RETURNING STARTERS: Andrew Spak, 6-0 sr. G/F; Noah Baylis, 5-11 soph. PG

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Isaiah Franklin, 6-0 sr. G; Parker Munday, 6-1 sr. F; Kyle Haines, 5-9 sr. G; Grant Tooley, 5-10 sr. F

KEY NEWCOMERS: Ben Gramer, 5-9 soph. G; Hunter Jackson, 6-0 soph. G; Dylan Hignite, 6-5 soph. C; Gavin Ambrose, 6-0 jr. F; Martin Hughes, 6-1 sr. F; Austin Pellett, 5-11 soph, F

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES:

 

Lake Orion

HEAD COACH: Jim Manzo, 13th season (non-consecutive; coached from 1998 to 2008; 142-125).

2016-17 RECORD: 4-17, 2-8 OAA Blue Division (fifth)

STATE TOURNAMENT: Lost in Class A district semifinals to Clarkston (73-33)

RETURNING STARTERS: Jamie Lewis, 5-11 sr. G (avg. 16.0 ppg); Hunter Sites, 6-2 jr. F; Casey Stironek, 6-2 sr. F

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Drew Van Heck, 6-1 soph. F; Pierce Burke, 6-3 sr. F; Drew Crane, 5-9 sr. G; Jack Cummins, 6-0 soph. G; Nate Talbot, 6-9 jr. C

KEY NEWCOMERS: Jake Ayoquist, 5-11 jr. G; Kyle Loken, 6-0 jr. F

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES: Coach Manzo returned to the sidelines two seasons ago, although last season the Dragons went young and took their lumps. This season expect Lake Orion to be one of the better teams in the OAA Blue Division behind three returning starters and eight of the top 10 players back from the rotation. The Dragons were 2-1 before the Christmas break with the sole loss to defending Class A state champion Clarkston. “We are looking to be much-improved,” said Manzo. “We have one goal — to win a league championship this season.

Rochester Adams junior Jake Schuler is one of three returning starters for the Highlanders, who are off to a 5-0 start this season. Courtesy Photo | Rochester Adams Athletics

 

Lake Orion Baptist

HEAD COACH: Tom Moore, third season.

2016-17 RECORD: FBAC Red Division

STATE TOURNAMENT: Lost in Michigan Association of Christian Schools Division I sectionals.

RETURNING STARTERS: Mark Slezak, Mason Rowe, Mike Slezak, Paul Slezak

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Austin Browne, Nate Werner, Phil Verley, Bradley Browne,

KEY NEWCOMERS: Jacob Dosch, Christian Dunn, Grant Dunn, Jake DenOuden

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES:

 

Ortonville Brandon

HEAD COACH: Mark Stevens, first season

2016-17 RECORD:

STATE TOURNAMENT: Lost in Class A district semifinals to Linden (55-52)

RETURNING STARTERS: Nolan Tews, 6-3 sr. F/C

OTHER KEY RETURNEES:

KEY NEWCOMERS:

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES: 1-6 start.

 

Oxford

HEAD COACH: Steve Laidlaw, ninth season (non-consecutive)

2016-17 RECORD: 17-4, 7-3 OAA Blue Division (second season).

STATE TOURNAMENT: Lost to Pontiac in Class A redistrict (74-69); Pontiac later forfeited due to use of ineligible player.

RETURNING STARTERS: Michael Raisch, 6-5 jr. G/F (9.0 ppg); Nolan Harding, 5-11 sr. G (6.5 apg); Jimmy Claudio, 5-9 sr. PG; Connor Nicholson, 6-1 jr. F

OTHER KEY RETURNEES:

KEY NEWCOMERS: Dujoun Williams, jr. F (transfer from Waterford Mott); Logan Coughlin, jr. G (transfer from Davison)

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES: After finishing in the top third of the OAA Blue Division last season, Oxford makes the leap to the OAA White Division this seasn with several key contributors back this season. 

 

Pontiac

HEAD COACH: Joel Schroeder, first season

2016-17 RECORD: 3-17, 0-10 OAA White Division (sixth)

STATE TOURNAMENT: Lost to Oxford via forfeit in Class A pre-district (2-0, ineligible player)

RETURNING STARTERS:

OTHER KEY RETURNEES:

KEY NEWCOMERS:

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES:

 

Pontiac Academy For Excellence

HEAD COACH: Lee Bailey, first season

2016-17 RECORD:

STATE TOURNAMENT: Lost in Class C district semifinals to Madison Heights Bishop Foley (80-43)

RETURNING STARTERS:

OTHER KEY RETURNEES:

KEY NEWCOMERS:

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES:

Pontiac Academy of Arts & Technology

HEAD COACH: Zachary Kelso, first season

2016-17 RECORD:

STATE TOURNAMENT: Did not enter MHSAA Tournament last season.

RETURNING STARTERS:

OTHER KEY RETURNEES:

KEY NEWCOMERS:

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES: The Cougars are off to a 0-6 start.

 

Pontiac Notre Dame Prep

HEAD COACH: Whitney Robinson, fifth season.

2016-17 RECORD: 17-7, independent

STATE TOURNAMENT: Def. Birmingham Detroit Country Day (55-53); def. Macomb Lutheran North (63-57); def. Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood (61-42, district finals); def. Almost (55-39); lost to eventual state champion New Haven in Class B regional finals (71-44)

RETURNING STARTERS: None

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Eli McLean, 6-2 sr. G/F; Joe DiPilio, 6-5 sr. F/C

KEY NEWCOMERS:

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES: The Fighting Irish enjoyed one of their longest tournament runs in school history last winter, reaching the Sweet 16. NDP graduated eight players from that roster and some great size and will have plenty of question marks entering the season.

 

Rochester

HEAD COACH: Vance Kirkwood, first season.

2016-17 RECORD: 11-11, 3-7 OAA Blue Division (fourth)

STATE TOURNAMENT: Def. Utica (66-33); lost in Class A district finals to Rochester Stoney Creek (42-28)

RETURNING STARTERS: Hunter Schattler, 5-9 sr. PG; Lamarkco Gulledge, 6-6 sr. F/C; Corey Gulledge, 6-3 jr. G/F

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Ryan Noble, 6-2 jr. F; Drew Loftus, 5-10 sr. PG; Grant Benedettini, 5-11 sr. G

KEY NEWCOMERS: Cameron Caggins, 6-5 jr. C; Drake Reid, 5-10 jr. PG; Tommy Hawes, 5-9 sr. G; Josh Alcock, 5-10 soph. PG; Jack Paruch, 6-2 sr. G/F; Devin Murray, 6-2 jr. F; Noah Scott, 6-0 soph. G/F; Michael Boeo, 6-2 sr. F; Ekumu Pefok, 6-0 sr. G/F

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES: The Falcons were a mixed bag last season of solid play or selfish play, depending on the night. A new coaching staff hopes to change the course as the Falcons have the experience, talent, size and ability to compete for league and district championships. Team chemistry will go a long way in aiding those attainable goals.

 

Rochester Adams

HEAD COACH: Brad Crighton, second season (0-21).

2016-17 RECORD: 0-21, 0-10 OAA Red Division (sixth)

STATE TOURNAMENT: Lost in Class A district semifinals to Rochester Stoney Creek (52-38)

RETURNING STARTERS: Jack Jenkins, 5-11 sr. G; Jake Schuler, 6-4 jr. G/F; Austin Ursuy, 6-4 soph. F

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: George Gurraj, 6-5 soph. F/C; Ryan Lindley, 6-3 sr. C; Solomon Shaw-Nichols, 6-4 jr. F/C; John Gurraj, 6-6 sr. C

KEY NEWCOMERS: Ethan Emerzian, 5-9 fr. G; Jake Emerzian, 5-9 fr. G; Carter Farris, 5-11 soph. G; Zach Maynard, 5-10 soph. G

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES: After suffering through a major rebuilding campaign in 2016-17 without a win, the Highlanders, who feature five sophomores and two freshmen, are off to a sterling 5-0 start. 

 

Rochester Stoney Creek

HEAD COACH: Steve Norgrove, eighth season at Stoney Creek (16th overall as head coach in Detroit area; 143-133).

2016-17 RECORD: 19-6, 7-3 OAA Blue Division (second)

STATE TOURNAMENT: Def. Utica Eisenhower (54-5)1; def. Rochester Adams (52-38); def. Rochester (42-28, district finals); def. Linden (53-39); lost to Clarkston in Class A regional finals (56-36)

RETURNING STARTERS: Michael Melaragni, 6-4 sr. F (10 ppg, 10 rpg, named Michigan Mr. Soccer and committed to Western Michigan for that sport); Nate Davis, 6-3 sr. G

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Andrew Carson, 6-2 sr. F (5 ppg); Jericho Barr-Redmond, 6-1 sr. F; Marshall Emerson, 5-11 jr. G; Ian Catello, 5-11 sr. G; Cam Keaser, 5-10 sr. G; Jakson Becker, 6-0 jr. G;

KEY NEWCOMERS: Trevor Smith Jr., 6-0 fr. PG; Pat Ghaly, 6-6 jr. C; Josh Johnson, 6-2 jr. F; Griffin Beers, 5-10 jr. G; Evan Wingerter, 6-4 jr. F; Sam Kell, 6-0 jr. G

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES: The Cougars captured their first-ever district crown last season and reach the Class A Sweet 16 and return seven of their top 10 players.This team has had the benefit of successful team leaders coming before them and setting a standard of excellence,” said Norgrove. “Mike and Nate have been part of teams that posted back to back 19-win seasons. Now in their third year on varsity it is their time to leave their legacy on the program.”

 

Rochester Hills Christian

HEAD COACH: Jon Bronsing, eighth season (119-36)

2016-17 RECORD: 17-7, 7-1 FBAC Red Division (first)

STATE TOURNAMENT: Lost in Michigan Association of Christian Schools Division I state finals to Temperance Stateline Christian

RETURNING STARTERS: Adam Patton, 5-11 jr. F/G; Kaloh Holmes, 5-10 soph. G; Alex Coury, 6-4 jr. C

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Steven Taylor, 6-1 sr. F; Max Martin, jr. F; Zach Connelly, 5-8 soph. G; Devin Burrick, 5-5 soph. G; Levi Byers, 5-11 jr. G/F; Max Martin, 5-11 jr. F

KEY NEWCOMERS:

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES: After winning the MACS Division I state title in 2013, the Eagles have lost in the state title game each of the past four seasons. Three starters and six reserves are back, as RHC will go after its eighth straight league title and sixth straight appearance in the MACS finals.

 

Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest

HEAD COACH: Romulo Roldan, second season.

2016-17 RECORD:

STATE TOURNAMENT: Lost in Class C district semifinals to Warren Michigan Collegiate (66-64)

RETURNING STARTERS: Jake Grunewald, 6-2 sr. PG; Tim Irwin, 5-11 sr. G; Isaiah Jackson, 6-7 soph. F/C

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Jeremey Morrison, 6-0 sr. F

KEY NEWCOMERS:

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Troy

HEAD COACH: Gary Fralick, 24th season at Troy (30th overall)

2016-17 RECORD: 21-5, 8-2 OAA White Division (tied-first, co-champs)

STATE TOURNAMENT: Def. Birmingham Brother Rice (50-42); def. Bloomfield Hills (54-47); def. Birmingham Seaholm (54-43, district finals); def. St. Clair Shores Lake Shore (65-42); def Warren DeLaSalle (48-40, regional finals); lost in Class A state quarterfinals to West Bloomfield (80-43)

RETURNING STARTERS: Jason Dietz, 6-4 sr. F; Leon Ayers, 6-4 sr. F; Danny Sully, 6-6 sr. C; Rob  Banas, 6-3 sr. G

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Clay Sebastian, 6-0 jr. G; Cheikh Drop, 6-0 sr. G; Mattias Johansson, 6-2 sr. F; Jonathon Chuang, 6-1 sr. G/F

KEY NEWCOMERS: Nikola Palincas, 5-9 jr. G; Brpdy Parker, 5-9 fr. PG; Matt Johansson, 5-9 jr. G

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES: Troy ventured through one its best seasons in school history last winter, winning league, district and regional titles before falling to fellow OAA member West Bloomfield in the Elite Eight. The good news is that the Colts bring back four starters, eight of their top 12 from last year, have great size, athleticism and a veteran coaching staff. If this team can hold the opposition to under 50 or 60 points a game, the Colts will definitely be another Class A Top 20 team. Troy is also back up in the OAA Red for the first time in years, and should bode well with a high-scoring unit capable with running with the big boys.

 

Troy Athens

HEAD COACH: David Scott, eighth season.

2016-17 RECORD: 9-13, 3-7 OAA White Division (fifth)

STATE TOURNAMENT: Def. Royal Oak (51-46); lost in Class A district semifinals to Warren DeLaSalle (75-59)

RETURNING STARTERS: Taylor McCaskill, 6-1 sr. G.

Brendt Stephens, 6-2 sr. G; Taylor McCaskill, 6-1 sr. G; Clark Joslin, 6-4 sr. F; Jacob Brantley, 6-1 sr. G

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Clark Joslin, 6-4 sr. F; Haroun Noor, 6-0 sr. G; Hunter Nelson, 6-4 sr. F;Kyle Sweeney, 6-6 sr. F/C; Jarred Cunningham, 6-3 sr. F; Blake Martin, 6-3 sr. G

KEY NEWCOMERS: Alek Sidorowicz, 6-1 jr. G; Ethan Labay, 6-2 jr. G; Josh Seifert, 6-3 jr. F; Andrei Tipurita, 6-3 jr. F; Dylan Manos, 5-11 jr. F; Haroun Noor, 6-0 sr. G

COACH’S QUOTE / NOTABLES: With a young team with many question marks, Athens fought through a 9-13 campaign last season. Now with most of its roster back in uniform, expect the Red Hawks to be much-improved in the OAA White Division.

 

 Troy Bethany Christian

HEAD COACH: Jack Walker, 32nd season.

2016-17 RECORD:  FBAC Red Division

STATE TOURNAMENT:

RETURNING STARTERS: Josh Rogers, sr. G

OTHER KEY RETURNEES:

KEY NEWCOMERS:

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Bloomfield Hills Christian (formerly Troy Christian Leadership Academy)

HEAD COACH:

2016-17 RECORD:

STATE TOURNAMENT:

RETURNING STARTERS:

OTHER KEY RETURNEES:

KEY NEWCOMERS:

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Waterford Kettering

HEAD COACH: Damon Odneal, first season

2016-17 RECORD: 1-20, 0-10 KLAA North Division (sixth)

STATE TOURNAMENT: Def. Pontiac via forfeit; lost in Class A district finals to Clarkston (65-7)

RETURNING STARTERS:

OTHER KEY RETURNEES:

KEY NEWCOMERS:

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Waterford Lakecrest Baptist

HEAD COACH: Jon Dalton, seventh season.

2016-17 RECORD::

STATE TOURNAMENT:

RETURNING STARTERS:

OTHER KEY RETURNEES:

KEY NEWCOMERS:

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Waterford Mott

HEAD COACH: David McGlown, first season

2016-17 RECORD: 8-13, 5-5 KLAA North Division (fourth).

STATE TOURNAMENT: Lost in Class A pre-district to Clarkston (76-20)

RETURNING STARTERS: David McCullum, 6-0 sr. SG (12 ppg); Noah Fuerst, 6-0 jr. G/F; Ashton Franklin, 6-3 sr. F (11.5 ppg, 7.3 rpg)

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Tariq Hardy, 5-8 sr.. PG; Patrick Wade, 6-4 sr. F; Matt Bradley, 5-10 jr. F; Emmanuel Cobb, 6-1 sr. F; James Vaughn, 6-1 sr. F; Patrick Bicknell, 5-9 sr. G; Michael Hardie, 6-2 sr. F; Ryan Wilson, 6-2 sr. F

KEY NEWCOMERS:

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Waterford Oakdale Christian Academy

HEAD COACH: Lou DiAntonio, third season.

2016-17 RECORD: FBAC Blue Division (third).

STATE TOURNAMENT: Lost in Michigan Association of Christian Schools Division II sectionals.

RETURNING STARTERS: Nate Gendich, 5-10 sr. PG Andrew Benninger, 5-9 sr. SG; Tim Benninger, 5-11 sr. F

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Carter Schmidt, 6-2 jr. F/C; Kameron Mayes, 5-6 jr. PG; Richard Tuttle, 5-7 jr. SG; Cole Sian, 6-0 jr. F

KEY NEWCOMERS:

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Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes

HEAD COACH: Marc Summers, first season

2016-17 RECORD:

STATE TOURNAMENT: Def. Novi Franklin Road Christian (67-61; lost to Auburn Hills Oakland Christian in Class D district finals (55-37). 

RETURNING STARTERS: Noah Robak, 6-0 jr. SG; Vince Oliver, 6-1 jr. F; Ben Wolff, 5-10 sr. PG

OTHER KEY RETURNEES: Blake Holler, 5-10 jr. G; Grant Ross, soph. PG

KEY NEWCOMERS:

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