Source: The Detroit News

Author: David Goricki

Farmington Hills — In the fall, it was all about finesse and skill for Julia Bishop, who helped Farmington Hills Mercy to its first state volleyball championship along with the nation’s top player, Michigan-bound outside hitter Jess Mruzik.

Source: C & G News

Author: Zachary Manning

FARMINGTON HILLS –– The emotion was hard to miss as former Farmington Hills Mercy volleyball player Jess Mruzik walked into the school's auditorium.

Source: State Champs Sports Network

Author: Matthew Mowery

FARMINGTON HILLS — It might be a while until Jess Mruzik trusts any requests she gets from her former athletic director at Farmington Hills Mercy, Nancy Malinowski, and her parents, Jeff and Jackie.

Source: Hometown Life

Author: Colin Gay

Awesome. Incredible. Selfless. 

When asked to describe Jess Mruzik, these are the words that came to the minds of her former Mercy Volleyball teammates. However, for junior outside hitter Charli Atiemo, one word encapsulated every feeling: superhero. 

“I thank God every day that I was able to live this with her,” Atiemo said. 

Source: Gatorade Pressbox

Author: Gatorade Pressbox News & Announcements

Source: Detroit Free Press

Author: Detroit Free Press

The purpose of the I AM SPORT Award is to celebrate high school student athletes who volunteer their time to benefit those in their community. Please vote for the student athlete below that you feel deserves to win the I AM SPORT Award. You may vote up to once per day until March 2nd at 9:00 am EST.

Source: Hometown Life

Author: Andrew Vailliencourt

It was a battle of unbeaten rivals Tuesday night at Mercy High School when Mercy and Marian got together for the first time this season.

Mercy outscored the Mustangs, 16-6, in the final quarter to pull out a 46-34 victory. Mercy's win breaks a four-game losing streak against Marian, dating back to the 2017 season.

Source: Oakland Press

Author: Dan Fenner

FARMINGTON HILLS >> Entering Tuesday’s showdown with Birmingham Marian, which featured a pair of unbeaten division rivals, Farmington Hills Mercy coach Gary Morris knew exactly the narrative his team was up against.

Source: Hometown Life

Author: Shelby Tankersley

Mercy High School in Farmington Hills will be celebrating its 75th anniversary this year and the 15,000-plus women who have passed through its doors. 

Source: Oakland Press

Author: Dan Fenner

FARMINGTON HILLS >> Opening night was more than alright for Farmington Hills Mercy Thursday, as the Marlins quickly shook off the rust to collect an impressive 64-26 victory over Waterford Kettering.