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Tag: "MHSAA Boys Basketball Class A Districts"

BOYS BASKETBALL: Stoney Creek stymies Rochester for first district crown

BOYS BASKETBALL: Stoney Creek stymies Rochester for first district crown

| March 10, 2017 | Comments (0)






BY DAN STICKRADT SENIOR EDITOR dan.stickradt@northoaklandsports.com Twitter: @LocalSportsFans Instagram: stickradtdan Facebook: North Oakland Sports ROCHESTER HILLS — It took 15 years, but Rochester Stoney Creek can finally call itself a district champion in boys basketball. The Cougars put on a defensive clinic Friday in beating Rochester for the third time this season, this time topping […]






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BOYS BASKETBALL: Stoney Creek rallies past Rochester to reach district finals

BOYS BASKETBALL: Stoney Creek rallies past Rochester to reach district finals

| March 10, 2016 | Comments (0)






BY DAN STICKRADT SENIOR EDITOR dan.stickradt@northoaklandsports.com Twitter: @LocalSportsFans ROCHESTER HILLS — This one had trap game written all over it. Rochester Stoney Creek found itself in quite a predicament Wednesday night, but the Cougars found away to escape such a trap and post a 47-39, come-from-behind, victory over rival Rochester in a Class A boys […]






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BOYS BASKETBALL: Athens holds off Mott for first district title since 2000

BOYS BASKETBALL: Athens holds off Mott for first district title since 2000

| March 9, 2013 | Comments (1)






BY JAKE LOURIM STUDENT CORRESPONDENT j.lourim@comcast.net     TROY — Troy Athens didn’t celebrate after baskets during a third quarter in which they outscored Waterford Mott 24-8. Good thing, too. It turned out the Red Hawks needed every single one of them. Athens took a commanding lead in the third quarter and held off a […]






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BOYS BASKETBALL: Young returns, as Rochester slips past pesky Utica Ford

BOYS BASKETBALL: Young returns, as Rochester slips past pesky Utica Ford

| March 5, 2013 | Comments (0)






BY DAN STICKRADT SENIOR EDITOR dan.stickradt@northoaklandsports.com Twitter: @LocalSportsFans   STERLING HEIGHTS — Mr. Basketball candidate James Young returned to Rochester’s lineup Monday night, the opening evening of the boys basketball state tournament. The Falcons needed every bit of his ailing body to get past upset-minded Utica Ford in a Class A district contest at Sterling […]






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