Source: Hometown Life

Author: Marty Budner

Marlin cagers move on the regional against Hartland

Farmington Hills Our Lady of Mercy is moving on in the Class A girls basketball state tournament.

The Marlins slipped past neighborhood rival North Farmington Friday night, 32-30, in the district championship game played at Farmington High School. The low-scoring game was close all the way.

Source: MLive Detroit

Author: Jared Purcell

FARMINGTON HILLS, MICH. -- At the beginning of the basketball season, it would not have been a shock to pick the Farmington Hills Mercy girls basketball team to have a solid season. After all, that's at least what Mercy does.

Source: MI Prep Zone


FARMINGTON — The championship hardware just keeps piling up for the Farmington Hills Mercy. First it was a Catholic League Championship in mid-February and now the team picked up a Class A district title over North Farmington on Friday night, 32-30.

Source: Hometown Life

Author: Marty Budner

Marlins register third straight win over rival Mustangs

Mercy reigns again.


Author: Wright Wilson

Mercy avenged a loss last season with its first league title in three years:

After three years, Chloe Godbold finally got the Catholic League championship trophy in her hand. And all she could do was start sneezing.

Source: Detroit News

Author: Al Willman

With few exceptions, the girls side of the Catholic League A-B Division has been shared between two teams for the last 10 years: Farmington Hills Mercy and Birmingham Marian.

On Sunday, Mercy won its first title since 2013-14, with a 45-36 win over Marian in the division’s championship game at Wayne State.

Source: MI Prep Zone

Author: Matthew Mowery

DETROIT >> After falling short two straight years, this big group of Farmington Hills Mercy players finally got to experience the joy of winning a Catholic League title, winning Sunday’s title game at Wayne State, 45-36, over rival Birmingham Marian.

Source: State Champs Network

Author: Jeff Dullack

Detroit – Most coaches will tell you that beating any team three times in a season can be difficult and in Sunday afternoon’s Catholic League A-B Final, Farmington Hills Mercy was looking for its third win of the season over rival Birmingham Marian, along with its first league title since 2014.

Source: MI Prep Zone

Author: Matthew Mowery

NOVI >> Both teams planned on blitzing the other, right out of the gate.

Farmington Hills Mercy’s pregame planning just worked a little better than Macomb Lutheran North’s did, as the Marlins got out to an early double-digit lead, and rolled on to a 54-28 win in Wednesday’s Catholic League A-B semifinal.

Source: C & G News

Author: Mike Moore

FARMINGTON HILLS — There was a certain bit of revenge sought in this one.

Roughly a month after the Dearborn Divine Child girls basketball team handed Farmington Hills Mercy its only league loss of the year, the teams met for a second time Jan. 26.

There would be no repeat performance.