Source: Farmington Press

Author: Mike Moore / Sarah Purlee

FARMINGTON HILLS — Perfect coming in.

Perfect coming out.

Dominant all the way.

The Farmington Hills Mercy softball team kept its unblemished record rolling Tuesday in a doubleheader victory against Livonia Ladywood in a pair of games called by mercy rule despite some on-again, off-again weather that varied between cool rain and bright sun.

Source: State Champs Sports Network

Author: Scott Burnstein

Farmington Hills – Slugging for the fences is Alex Sobczak’s specialty.

Sobczak, a senior infielder at Farmington Hills Mercy who signed with Michigan, is State Champs’ No. 1 player for 2015 and she’s become quite accustomed to blasting pitches out of the park.

Source: Observer/Eccentric

Author: Dan O'Meara

Three of Farmington Hills Mercy’s top athletes in girls track and field will be seniors Allysen Eads and Ogechi Nwaopara and sophomore Arianna Allman.

Eads is a veteran distance runner who was a two-time state qualifier and all-area selection in cross country. She was third in the Catholic League in the 1,600-meter run.

Source: Observer/Eccentric

Author: Dan O'Meara

Farmington Hills Mercy got the 2015 softball season off to a good start Tuesday, sweeping a Catholic League doubleheader from Central Division rival Warren Regina, 7-1 and 10-0.

Junior Abby Krzywiecki went 3-for-3 with three RBI and was the winning pitcher in the first game. She scattered five hits, struck out six and walked three.

Source: Observer/Eccentric

Author: Dan O'Meara / John Stormzand

If everything falls into place as coach Butch Babler hopes it will, Farmington Hills Mercy could have an outstanding 2015 season in girls soccer.

The pieces to that puzzle are just about in place, and there isn’t a lot of tweaking that needs to be done.

Source: Farmington Press

Author: Mike Moore

DETROIT — The journey has been so different, with a revamped roster and renewed sense of urgency.

The results, though, those remain the same.

For the third time in a row, and fifth time in the past six years, the Farmington Hills Mercy basketball team captured a Class A district title.

Source: Farmington Observer

Author: Dan O'Meara / John Stormzand

Taylor Jones scored a career-high 37 points in Farmington Hills Mercy's come-from-behind victory over host Detroit Renaissance in a Class A district tournament game Monday in girls basketball, 63-58.

Source: Detroit Free Press

Author: Mick McCabe

Taylor Jones and Siyeh Frazier turned the opening game of the girls basketball state tournament into their version of anything-you-can-do-I-can-do-better.

Up and down the court they went. If Frazier scored for Detroit Renaissance, then Jones felt compelled to immediately answer with a basket for Farmington Hills Mercy.

Source: Observer/Eccentric

Author: Dan O'Meara / Marty Budner

Farmington Hills Mercy had just the kind of basketball game coach Gary Morris wanted for his team before going into postseason play next week.

That was a good, competitive game against a quality opponent and which resulted in a nice, comfortable victory for the Marlins.

Source: Observer/Eccentric

Author: Dan O'Meara

Seniors Taylor Jones and Bridget Lyons are far apart in the number of points they've scored for the Mercy High School basketball team this season, but both made significant scoring achievements Tuesday.

Jones was way under her season average with 10 points during limited playing time as the host Marlins routed Warren Michigan Collegiate, 64-25.