Tag Archives: sports

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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Seaholm Baseball Hires New Coach

After last year’s disappointing campaign, Seaholm Baseball Coach Dan Drapal resigned. As a result, Athletic director Aaron Frank and Seaholm Baseball hired a new head coach John Toth this past June. After a 7-19 record, the maples enter a rebuilding year under the new philosophy of coach Toth. Coach Toth was most recently a coach at Lasher high school before the school merged with Andover high school and became Bloomfield Hills high school. Coach Toth brings

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Return of the Ring?

By Chris Hill “#ForTheRing.” Two years ago this hash tag exploded Seaholm and Groves students twitter timelines from the State Champion Birmingham Unified girl’s lacrosse players expressing their excitement of pursuing and winning the Division 1 state championship over Hartland High School. With hopes of becoming back to back State Champions, the girls set out on their quest to another

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Red Wings’ Reign in Jeopardy

By Jordan Gasper A 22 year reign in jeopardy, the Detroit Red Wings push for their playoff spot to add to the record holding longest current playoff streak in the NHL. The Red Wings began their season with an unusually rough start.  Almost half way through the season, the wings were offered a once in a lifetime experience, playing in

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Reed My Lips: Utter Madness

March is a big time of year for every college basketball fan. Not only does it follow a dense season of intense regular season play, it leads into the ever famous tournament known as March Madness. This 64 team tournament lasts about a month and always brings upon surprises, upsets, and heartbreakers. In past years, there is usually a handful

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