Source: MLive

Author: Jared Purcell

FARMINGTON HILLS -- Success does not discriminate against age and Katie Minnich proved that in the pool yet again this fall.

Source: Hometown Life

Author: Dan O'Meara

Fortunately for Mercy coach Gary Morris and the varsity basketball team’s season outlook, the Marlins have nine returning players.

That high number will help them cope with a rash of injuries and put experienced players on the floor, though their depth won’t be the same.

Source: C & G News

Author: Mike Moore

FARMINGTON HILLS — There are expectations, and then there is the reality of a year-by-year reality.

The Farmington Hills Mercy swimming and diving team is expected to contend for a Division 1 state title every season.

Source: Hometown Life

Author: Dan O'Meara

When everything seemed to be going South Lyon’s way, Farmington Hills Mercy managed to steal the momentum and win a Class A regional volleyball match Tuesday night.

The Lions won the fourth game, 25-21, and tied the match at two sets apiece with an awesome display of hitting, but the Marlins rebounded to win the decisive fifth set, 15-7.

Source: MI Prep Zone

Author: Dan Fenner

WEST BLOOMFIELD — Farmington Hills Mercy coach Loretta Vogel admitted she was nervous all day ahead of her team’s appearance in a Class A district final on Thursday.

There was little worry on the Marlins’ bench, however, even after dropping the first set to Farmington Hills Harrison, 25-21. Mercy made an effective defensive switch to contain the Hawks’ top hitters and win the next three sets, 25-18, 25-15, 25-19, for a four-game victory.

Source: Observer & Eccentric Media

Author: Aileen Wingblad

Suspense, twists and turns, and surprise developments are the stuff courtroom dramas are made of, especially those built around allegations of adultery and murder.

But Night of January 16th adds another element of the unknown – so much so that even the cast and director don’t know its ending until right before it happens.

Source: Mercy High School Recognized as Apple Distinguished School Press Release

Author: Mercy High School

Mercy High School Named Apple Distinguished School

Source: MI Prep Zone

Author: Patrick McIntyre

The list of accomplishments swimming coach Shannon Dunworth has accumulated is staggering, which makes the Michigan Interscholastic Swim Coaches Association’s recent decision to award him the Matt Mann award — the association's lifetime achievement award — only logical.

Source: C & G Sports

Author: Mike Moore

FARMINGTON HILLS — So many similarities, yet so much change.

That’s the 2015 Farmington Hills Mercy swim team, according to long-time coach Shannon Dunworth.

A year ago, he bid farewell to one of his most successful senior classes ever.

This fall, he launched into a new era of excitement, and what the Marlins hope is a strong continuation of tradition.

Source: Observer & Eccentric Media

Author: Dan O'Meara

Mercy makes state golf cut

Mercy High School finished third in a Division 1 regional tournament Thursday and qualified for the state final in girls golf.

Troy won the team title at Twin Lakes Golf Course with 309 strokes. Bloomfield Hills was two ahead of Mercy, 327-329.

Senior Julia Shaw led the Marlins with a fourth-place score of 75.