Adams Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 2 - 0
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Highlanders 2-0 After Dominant Victory Over Oxford

Article and photos courtesy of MIPrepzone By Dan Fenner ROCHESTER HILLS — From an X’s and O’s standpoint, Friday’s contest produced a lot to like for Rochester Adams, which handily defeated Oxford, 31-7, to improve to 2-0 on the young season. But on an emotional level, the Highlanders’ spirits were dampened following an injury suffered by

Gridders Oust Rochester in Season Opener

Article and photos courtesy of MIPrepzone By Paula Pasche ROCHESTER HILLS — Rochester Adams’ depth and its ability to get back on track after a sloppy start was just too much for Rochester to handle. The crosstown rivals met for the 49th time to open the high school football season, and for the 22nd straight

Highlanders fall to Lakeand in OT 23-20

  1st Quarter Adams started with the ball at their 28 yard line. Maurice Swain Jr (24) got the first carry for a 2 yard gain. Anthony Patritto (3) was stopped for no gain. On 3rd-2, QB Carter Farris (10) took the shotgun snap and found Patritto with a nice touch pass on a shallow

Football Season Ends in Overtime

Article and photos courtesy of MIPrepzone By Paula Pasche ROCHESTER HILLS >> Regulation wasn’t enough time to determine whether White Lake Lakeland or Rochester Adams would advance in the playoffs. Senior running back Robbie Tracy ran 10 yards up the middle on the Eagles’ first play of overtime to give Lakeland a 23-20 win on

Highlanders handle Southfield 33-14

First Quarter Southfield started with it 1st-10 on their 27.   A&T QB Anthony Romphf (6) rolled right and tried a pass-back left to RB Leon Franklin (3).   LB Logan Sayre (27) was in position to make the tackle for a loss, but the ball was incomplete.   On second down, RB D’Anthony Robinson

Football Defeats Stoney Creek – Earns Playoff Berth

Article and photos courtesy of MIPrepzone By Jeff Dullack ROCHESTER HILLS — After a loss to West Bloomfield back in Week 6 of the season, Rochester Adams found itself sitting at 3-3, needing to close out the season with three straight wins in order to secure a spot in the MHSAA playoffs. In the next two