Category Archives: Sports

Warriors Finally Showing Signs of Collapse

  Image courtsey  of The Mercury News. This image shows DeMarcus Cousins having just fell during the same. Written by Griffen Powers   The NBA Conference Finals have arrived, and all eyes are on the defending champion Golden State Warriors, with nearly every NBA fan feverishly anticipating their unlikely downfall. Since former MVP Kevin Durant’s infamous move in the summer of

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Girls Swim Team Off to Successful Start

The Seaholm Women’s Swim Team is off to a hot start this season, winning their first three meets against Lake Orion, Farmington and Cranbrook, and also putting a remarkable fight against their biggest rival, the Rochester Adams Highlanders. Seaholm senior captain Grace Guevara has an extremely positive attitude toward the season and its future. “So far we’ve had three really

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The Backyard Football League

While many students view the weekend as a time to escape school property, a particular group decides to stick around. Known as the Backyard Football League (BFL), the group plays pick-up football on Maple Field each Saturday afternoon. Spearheaded by Joe Wujciak, Leigh Murray and Conor Ryan, the BFL was originally formed in 2012. Founding members included Cameron McIntyre, Adam

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Breaking Down the Semifinals in the College Football Playoff

Ever since the four seeded Ohio State Buckeyes took home college football’s top prize atop the field in last year’s college football playoff, analysts and fans alike have become fascinated as to what are the chances it happens again this year. According to this year’s calculations chances would say it is likely that number four seed brings home the trophy.

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Boys basketball loses to cross-town rival

by John Dolan The boys’ varsity basketball team took on Groves on senior night, on Friday, February 27, in a losing effort by a score of 41-36. The atmosphere was electric, with hundreds of students from both Seaholm and Groves coming out to support their respective teams. Seaholm and Groves students united for a good cause. All students wore blue

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BU Kings win 4-1

by Julia Ross The Birmingham Unified varsity hockey team won 4-1 against Port Huron on February 25. The game’s sharpshooters were first, Brooks Beattie, followed by Mathieu Flamand, Dillon Sanders, and Mark Flamand. Oliver “Allstar” Breton assisted both of the Flamand brothers’ goals. The BU Kings wrap up the regular season with another game in Port Huron against Port Huron

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Paritee to Play at Grand Valley State

by Theresa Ross With only a few minutes left in his high school career, senior Austin Paritee didn’t want the memorable moments under the Friday night lights to end. The clock hitting zero marked a bittersweet end and exciting beginning. After playing with teams like the Birmingham Patriots, Berkshire Wildcats, and Seaholm Maples, senior Austin Paritee will be taking his

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