Rochester High’s James Young to enter NBA

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According to the dailytribune.com, Rochester High Basketball player, James Young, will leave Kentucky University and enter the NBA draft next month. "University of Kentucky freshman All-Southeastern Conference selection James Young, an Oakland County native, will forego his sophomore season and enter his name in this year’s NBA Draft. “My time at Kentucky has been special to me, something I’ll always treasure, but I feel that I’m ready to take the next step to the NBA,” Young … [Read more...]

All-Oakland County Baseball Standings from 2013

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ALL-OAKLAND ACTIVITIES ASSOCIATION BASEBALL 2013   ALL-OAA RED DIVISION FINAL STANDINGS — 1. (tie) Lake Orion (11-4); Clarkston (11-4); 3. (tie) Rochester Adams (8-7); Rochester Stoney Creek (8-7); 5. Oxford (5-10); 6. Rochester (3-12). Lake Orion: Nick Deeg, sr.; Nick Vogelmeier, sr.; Brad Schaenzer, jr.; Ryan Lambrecht, jr.; Roman Kuster, sr. Clarkston: David Stewart, jr.; Ryan Rea, jr.; Joe Popp, soph.; Nick Mazzone, sr.; Ryan Slaughter, sr. Rochester Adams: CJ Borglin, sr. … [Read more...]

Adams High School girls varsity basketball coach Fran Scislowicz reaches the 300 wins

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Adams High School girls varsity basketball coach Fran Scislowicz is pictured with his team members and assistant coach Tom Daniels following their victory on Thursday, February 21st over Rochester. In his 22nd season at the helm of the Adams basketball program, coach Scislowicz reached the 300 varsity win plateau as a result of the victory. The Lady Highlanders finished the regular season with a 15-5 record. … [Read more...]

Adams Students going to the next level

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Senior student-athletes from Adams High School recently finalized their commitments to participate athletically at the next level. Pictured are (left-to-rightr): Brandon Sloan – Soccer (High Point University, NC); Natalie Schmitt – Swimming (Kalamazoo College);  Jamie Morrissey – Track/Cross Country (Michigan); Mackenzie Barber – Soccer (Western Michigan); Keegan McCaffrey – Diving (Michigan); Stephen Biebelhausen – Track/Cross Country (Miami-OH); Martha Ridgway – Soccer … [Read more...]

Meet Rochester’s New Superintendent

Rochester Community Schools will host a Community Coffee on Wednesday, November 7, 2012 from 7:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. in the Parker Room of the Administration Center, 501 W. University Drive. Interim Superintendent Dr. Tresa Zumsteg will be on hand to welcome parents, community members, students and employees who wish to stop by to ask questions, share concerns or comment on the school district in a casual, open-house setting. Please join us for some light refreshments and … [Read more...]

Warm up with Hot Hoops Action at the Annual Crosstown Showdown

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Adams and Rochester will be bringing their “A” games to Oakland University in the 42nd Annual Crosstown Showdown on Friday, January 13, 2012. On the line: Bragging rights for the best basketball team in the city. The Girl’s Varsity teams will tip-off the hoops hysteria at 6:00 p.m. Veteran Coach Fran Scislowicz (21st season) will lead Adams against third year Lady Falcons coach Adam Sheldon. Last year, Adams took back the title from Rochester with a 50-36 victory. Will it be … [Read more...]

Clarkston pulls away late from Adams

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Although Clarkston reached the Class A regional finals last season, the Wolves didn’t start the campaign with a long win streak. In fact, Clarkston was only 2-4 by mid-December a year ago. The Wolves, who returned eight of their top 10 players from last season, have raced out to a 4-0 start this season, topping host Rochester Adams, 41-27, in an OAA crossover girls basketball game Thursday. “Last year we started kind of slow but then we went on a nice run (of wins),” recalled … [Read more...]

Troy Soccer Team Dispatches Adams in 3-1 District Win

Monday’s conditions were more suitable for flying a kite than for soccer. But for sixth-ranked Troy, the end result was just right. Troy, the OAA Red Division, defeated Rochester Adams for the second time in six days, topping the Highlanders, 3-1, in a Division 1 boys soccer pre-district contest. After surrendering a goal in the first minute, the Colts sailed past the Highlanders with three unanswered goals to survive and advance. Troy coach Brian Zawislak’s team lost to Adams 2-0 … [Read more...]

Boys Track and Field Postseason Highlights in Rochester and Auburn Hills

400 METERS: TREVON SALTER, Auburn Hills Avondale: Few athletes had the type of senior season like Salter, who is headed to Division II Saginaw Valley State next season for track and field. He recently competed at the Midwest Meet of Champions, where he placed third in the long jump (23-5 ¾), sixth in the 200 (22.4 FAT) and second as part of Team Michigan’s 400 relay (41.58). Competing for Avondale, he was the Division 2 state champion in the 400 (48.7) and placed second at both the county and … [Read more...]

Rochester hands Stoney Creek first league loss

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ROCHESTER HILLS — In the preseason, Rochester was supposed to be one of the better baseball teams in Oakland County this spring. Yet Falcons coach Eric Magiera has not always seen evidence of that on the ball diamond this season. Rochester is starting to show signs of coming to life as of late. The Falcons did enough to post its first shutout of the season Tuesday, handing rival Rochester Stoney Creek its first OAA Red Division loss of the season, 4-0. The win gave Rochester its third straight … [Read more...]