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Hockey Finishes Banner Season in Semifinals

Article and photos courtesy of MIPrepzone By Timothy Arrick PLYMOUTH — Detroit Catholic Central proved to be too much for Rochester United, defeating United, 4-2, Friday evening to advance to the Division 1 championship for the third time in the past four years under head coach Brandon Kaleniecki. Mitch Morris scored what would prove to be

Hockey Wins Regional Title & Quarterfinal Game

United Hockey defeated Macomb Dakota in Regional Final and advanced to the Quarterfinal level of play, where they faced Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Article and photos courtesy of Miprepzone By Michael Wallwork MACOMB >> Austin Streng scored the game winner with 4:21 remaining in the third period, and Rochester United advanced to their first ever

Girls Basketball Battles in District FInal

Article and photos courtesy of MIPrepzone By Paula Pasche LAKE ORION — The Waterford Kettering girls basketball team won its first district title under coach Cory Hightower. He could not have been more proud.  The Captains defeated Rochester Adams, 69-61, at Lake Orion High School to win the Division 1, District 6 trophy on Friday

Girls Hoops Advances in District Play

Article and photos courtesy of MIPrepzone By Drew Ellis LAKE ORION >> The Rochester Adams girls basketball team has learned its fair share of lessons during the 2018-19 season. Comprised of a roster with just two seniors, the Highlanders struggled their way to a 9-11 record during the regular season, despite being competitive in a

Cheer Finishes Runner-up at State Finals

Photos and article excerpts courtesy of MHSAA Second Half By Tom Kendra   Stoney Creek posted the highest score from the eight-team field in all three rounds, adding up to an impressive total of 792.72 and edging neighbor and Oakland Activities Association Red rival Rochester Adams (788.90). Grandville placed third at 787.18. The Cougars showed

Highlanders Down Clarkston

Article and photos courtesy of MIPrepzone By Drew Ellis LAKE ORION >> Despite having almost a completely new roster, the Clarkston boys basketball team came into the 2018-19 postseason looking like a contender to win a third consecutive state championship.  Riding a 17-game win streak, the second-ranked Wolves entered a competitive Division 1 district at

Boys Basketball Wins League Title

The Highlanders finished the regular season with a victory at home over Southfield and clinched the OAA White Division league title by two games.  Adams won 17 of their last 18 games of the year and finished the regular season 17-3.  Next up is District play, beginning Feb. 25th vs. Clarkston at Lake Orion.

Spring Sports Information

Spring Sports Practice/Tryouts – Begin March 11 *All athletes are reminded they must have a physical, dated after April 15, 2018 before they can practice or tryout.   * Times below subject to change, due to elements. Please re-confrim prior to March 11th for updates. Baseball (Varsity/JV/Frosh) March 11: 3:30-5:30pm:  Juniors/Seniors at Varsity Shop 6-7:30pm:  Junior/Senior

Booster Bash Event – Feb. 23rd

Come join the Rochester Adams Athletic Boosters and celebrate our student athletes in a fun and casual atmosphere. It’s all about Food, Friends and Fun! Your ticket includes 2 beverage coupons, food and live entertainment. The Rochester Mills facility in Auburn Hills, will have a wide range of beverages and additional options may be purchased

Ski Teams Shine – Boys Win Regional, Finish 3rd at State Finals

For the third consecutive year, the boys ski team captured both an MHSAA Regional crown and 3rd place finish at the state finals.  Team members include:  Zeke King, Eli King, Jack Snook, Doug Wells, Nathan DeHart, Colin DeHart, Charlie Buckmaster and Jacob Corsi.  Colin Dehart and Zeke King had All-State performances, finishing 3rd (Slalom) and