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.

Source: C & G News

Author: Mike Moore

DEARBORN — Entering Thursday night’s road battle at Dearborn Divine Child, the Farmington Hills Mercy basketball team had a single blemish on its Catholic League Central Division record.

Fittingly enough, it came at the hands of the Falcons back on Dec. 21.

Leaving the Divine Child gym this night, the Marlins’ single blemish remained.

Source: Mercy High School

Author: Mercy High School

Source: MI Prep Zone

Author: Matthew Mowery

FARMINGTON HILLS — The thing about defense is — yes, it can win championships — but it has a hard time winning basketball games single-handedly.

You still have to put the ball in the bucket occasionally to do that.

Farmington Hills Mercy did that with just a touch more frequency in Tuesday’s Catholic League defensive grudge match against rival Birmingham Marian, winning essentially on the strength of three made 3-pointers, 33-30.

Source: Hometown Life

Author: Marty Budner

Marlins jump into sole possession of first place in Central Division

While it's way to early to declare a Catholic League Central Division champion, Farmington Hills Mercy took a key step towards that crown Tuesday evening.