Source: Observer/Eccentric

Author: Unknown

Mercy track meet

Farmington Hills Mercy had four individual winners and a first-place relay team Tuesday in a 69-59 loss to Livonia Ladywood in girls track and field.

In the sprints, Ogechi Nwaopara and Hannah Blakey won the 100- and 200-meter dashes in 14.87 and 30.42 seconds, respectively.

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: Observer/Eccentric

Author: Dan O'Meara / Diane Jacobs

Brooke Ottaway is one of the players Mercy High School will look to lead the lacrosse team this year, and the Marlins were looking for her a lot Monday in the season opener.

The senior captain scored six goals and provided the spark that led to Mercy's 13-4 victory over host Farmington on a sub-freezing night.

Source: Observer/Eccentric

Author: Dan O'Meara / Lisa McAree

Farmington Hills Mercy's hockey team proved once again defense is indeed the key to winning a championship.

The top-seeded Marlins blanked both opponents in the recent Michigan Metro Girls High School Hockey tournament and won their second Division 2 state title in three years.

Source: M Live

Author: Justin P. Hicks / Elaine Cromie

FARMINGTON HILLS, MI -- Taylor Jones is no stranger to playing basketball at a high level.

From backyard ball with her older brothers to competing with high schools girls while in middle school, Jones has benefited from going toe to toe with more experienced players.

Source: Observer/Eccentric

Author: Joanne Maliszewski / John Stormzand

Definitely the music and lyrics of Cole Porter were a draw, but the Mercy High School cast of Anything Goes has fallen in love with tap dancing.

"I could not dance at all," said Mercy junior Lucy Devine, who plays Hope Harcourt in the musical comedy.