INSIDE THE OAA TOP 10.
2. Oak Park
3. West Bloomfield
4. Lake Orion
7. North Farmington
9. Stoney Creek
Week Three Scores.
GROVES 42, ROCHESTER 0.
AVONDALE 52, PONTIAC 0.
OAK PARK 64, CLARKSTON 41.
STONEY CREEK 42, TROY ATHENS 7.
WEST BLOOMFIELD 17, SOUTHFIELD ARTS AND TECH 8.
OXFORD 42, BLOOMFIELD HILLS 21.
SEAHOLM 44, TROY 0.
LAKE ORION 36, ADAMS 31
ROYAL OAK 17, BERKLEY 7.
FARMINGTON 35, Ypsilanti Lincoln 14.
NORTH FARMINGTON 22, FERNDALE 0.
BIG WIN: Stoney Creek: The Cougars made a statement on Friday night against Troy Athens in a shocking 42-7. Stoney Creek is light years ahead of schedule under second year coach Nick Merlo. The Cougars will look to continue their winning ways next week when they head to Troy to take on the Colts.
TOUGH LOSS: Ferndale: It looks like playoffs could be a tough chore for the Eagles after the team’s 22-0 loss to North Farmington on Friday night. The schedule doesn’t get any easier especially with Avondale, Farmington, Allen Park, and Birmingham Detroit Country Day. Ferndale has Farmington this week.
WHAT HAPPENED: Clarkston: The Wolves scored 41 points which normally wins game but the Clarkston defense allowed 64 points in a shocking 64-41 blowout to Oak Park. The Wolves have been burned by the big play in both their losses to Southfield Arts and Tech and the Knights. Clarkston has to go to the Swamp next week to play West Bloomfield.
TEAM THAT NEED A HUG: Adams: The Highlanders lost a tough one to Lake Orion 36-31 on Saturday night. Adams had Anthony Patritto back after suffering an injury last week in a 31-7 victory against Oxford. I wouldn’t press the panic button on the Highlanders, I think they are fine moving forward.
ARE YOU KIDDING ME: Berkley: It’s time to press the panic button on the Bears after Berkley lost 17-7 to Royal Oak at Hurley Field last week. I thought that the Bears were ready to take that next step but right now they are not and they could be in some serious trouble if things don’t turn around and quick.
TEAM THAT ME SHAKE MY HEAD: Southfield Arts and Tech: The Warriors sit at 1-2 despite playing a tough schedule but personal mistakes have hurt them. Southfield Arts and Tech took way too many penalties and had a ton of costly personal fouls. The penalties have hurt them in their losses including this week’s 17-8 loss to West Bloomfield. The Warriors have Troy Athens next week.