Saturday, October 27, 2012
The Berkley boys cross country team finished fourth at the Division 1 regional meet at Lake St. Clair Metropark on Friday.
The Berkley High School boys cross country team finished fourth at the Division 1 regional meet on Friday at Lake St. Clair Metropark. Sebastian Betzer finished seventh with a time of 16:15 to lead Berkley. The Berkley girls cross country team was ninth. Complete boys results can be found on the MHSAA website. Complete girls results can be found on the MHSAA website.
Friday, June 29, 2012
The Bears senior soccer player was the team's leading goal scorer and received 75 percent of the vote.
Thousands of votes were cast to celebrate the region’s top athletes from the spring season and, in Berkley, Stephanie Miller was voted the Patch Athlete of the Spring Season. Fans found creative ways to support their athletes, from sending out email blasts to posting on Facebook walls and Tweeting. All the nominees deserve recognition for their accomplishments. The following athletes earned the most votes from their respective Patch communities and are the winners of the Athlete of the Spring Season polls. Please lend your congratulations in the comments at the end of this story. Stephanie Miller led the way for the Berkley High School varsity girls soccer team all year just as she did the Berkley Athlete of the Spring Season poll. The …
Thursday, June 21, 2012
Choose from a list of deserving candidates to determine who should be named the Patch Athlete of the Season for Berkley.
Berkley High School had plenty of great performances this season. Now we want to hear from our readers which one they thought was the best. Be sure to vote by 9 p.m. Wednesday, June 27. Final results will be posted on June 29. Ian Kobernick – junior, Berkley High School, baseball: Ian Kobernick was one of the Berkley varsity baseball team’s big guns. Hitting in the No. 3 spot, the centerfielder led the Bears in batting average, RBIs and runs. Kobernick was nominated for athlete of the week in April when over a four game span he went 9-for-12 with seven RBIs and four steals. He earned All-Region honors for his strong season. Stephanie Miller – senior, Berkley High School, soccer: Berkley’s leading goal scorer Stephanie Miller helped Berkley…
Monday, June 11, 2012
The Eagles varsity girls soccer team’s leading scorer captures the crown!
Ferndale’s Lexie Brisson-Fast wins the Patch Athlete of the Week title for May 28-June 2 to give the Eagles their first winner of the spring season. After a week of unscientific polling among Patch readers in Oakland County, Brisson-Fast had 92 votes or 46 percent of the total votes cast (200). She beat Athens shortstop Melissa Palmer, who had 78 votes (39 percent), in a close vote. Brisson-Fast helped Ferndale capture a district crown Saturday with three goals in a 5-0 win over Hazel Park. After the Vikings held her team scoreless for 20 minutes, the senior scored twice to the Eagles an advantage and help pave the way for the school’s first district title. Other athletes in the poll included: Taylor Morrissey – Berkley High School (…
Monday, June 4, 2012
Bears runner competed at the Division 1 state track and field championships Saturday in East Kentwood, MI.
High school athletes from Berkley High School and around the state competed at the Division 1 state track and field championships on Saturday in East Kentwood, MI. The lone Berkley runner in the competition, Kyle Braun, did not place in the weekend event.
Vote for your favorite prep sports athlete in Oakland County or write in an athlete you think deserves recognition. You have until Friday at 9 a.m. to register your vote!
Vote here to help choose the Patch Athlete of the Week of Oakland County for the week ending June 2. Last week, Lahser starting pitcher Neal Krentz won the Athlete of the Week poll to give the school its second straight winner. Vote for one of the following or write in your own candidate in the comments: Erin Finn – West Bloomfield High School (track and field): Erin Finn set a new all division record Saturday at the Division 1 state finals in the 3,200 meter run. She won an individual title with a time of 10:17.86. Finn broke Rochester’s Megan Goethal’s 2010 record by nearly five seconds (10:22.75). Haley Zemmer – Troy Athens High School (softball): The pitcher helped Athens capture the school’s first district title since 1997. Zemmer hit…
Knights supporters help the Bloomfield Hills pitcher capture the crown.
Lahser’s Neal Krentz won the Patch Athlete of the Week title for May 21-26, making it two winners in a row for the Knights and three weeks in a row that the title has gone to an athlete from Bloomfield Hills Schools. Krentz picked up 425 votes after a week of unscientific polling among Patch readers in Oakland County, or 64 percent of the 825 total votes cast. Going into the playoffs, Krentz was one of the hottest pitchers in the area. In three appearances on the mound, he went 15 innings, struck out 17 batters and allowed just three walks while accumulating an ERA of only 0.40. He did it against some strong competition, too, as all three teams had 20 or more wins. At the plate, he reached base with hits in all three games. Other athletes …
Saturday, June 2, 2012
Ferndale soccer beats Hazel Park to win championship; Athens softball beats Troy and Adams on its way to district title; Adams baseball beat Avondale 7-3 to win district; OLSM baseball beats Andover in district finals.
* home team in all CAPS Andover over NOTRE DAME PREP 7-2 Orchard Lake St. Mary’s over Andover, 5-1 (at Notre Dame Prep) Andover (28-6) beat Notre Dame Prep 7-2 in the district semifinals, but ended up losing in the finals to Orchard Lake St. Mary’s 5-1. Marlin Pruitt pitched a complete game in the win over Notre Dame. He struck out seven and scattered three hits. The Barons put together 11 hits including a big 4-for-4 performance from Ryan Kavanagh. Todd Weiss and Alec Mares each had two hits. Mares had an RBI. In the second game, starter Gabe Berman was the victim of some poor defense behind him. The Eaglets reached base seven times on Andover infield errors despite Berman giving up only four hits in the loss. St. Mary’s advances to the …
Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Vote for your favorite prep sports athlete in Oakland County or write in an athlete you think deserves recognition. You have until Friday at 9 p.m. to register your vote!
Vote here to help choose the Patch Athlete of the Week of Oakland County for the week ending May 26. Last week, Lahser tennis player Mollie Fox won the Athlete of the Week poll to give Bloomfield Hills its second straight winner. Will there be a third this week? Vote for one of the following or write in your own candidate in the comments: Neal Krentz – Lahser High School (baseball): No pitcher was hotter the last week of the season than Bloomfield Hills Lahser’s Neal Krentz. In three appearances on the mound, he went 15 innings, striking out 17 batters, only allowing three walks and had an ERA of only 0.40. He did it against some strong competition; all three had 20 or more wins. At the plate he reached base with hits in all three games. …
Saturday, May 26, 2012
Tennis standout Mollie Fox gives Bloomfield Hills a second straight Athlete of the Week winner in a row.
Bloomfield Hills Lahser’s Mollie Fox won the Patch Athlete of the Week title for May 14-19 to become the first tennis player to earn the title in the spring season. The Knights player picked up 426 votes after a week of unscientific polling among Patch readers in Oakland County, or 51 percent of the total votes cast (825). She edged track and field stars Ben Hill from Royal Oak (179 votes; 21 percent) and Erin Finn (169 votes; 20 percent) to come out on top. Fox gave her team a big boost by winning the No. 1 flight regional championship at the North Farmington regional last weekend. She beat Farmington Hills Mercy’s Winnie Karoub in the finals. Fox was one of six Knights players to reach the finals match, but the only girl to win a title. …