Source: The Observer/Eccentric

Author: John Stormzand (photographer)

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Source: Student & Athlete

Author: Unknown

Farmington Hills Mercy downed Detroit Renaissance 3-0 to win the Michigan High School Athletic Association Class A District 21 Volleyball Championship on Thursday, Nov. 6, at Renaissance.

Mercy won the match 25-11, 25-15, and 25-18.

Senior Jenna Lerg had 13 kills. Senior Kayla Fisher added seven kills. Senior Monica Shuk had 22 digs for Mercy (51-6-2).

Source: The Observer/Eccentric

Author: Dan O'Meara

Farmington Hills Mercy senior Allysen Eads is the 2014 Catholic League champion in girls cross country.

Eads, a four-year standout for the Marlins, won the seven-school race in the A-B Division meet Oct. 18 at Kensington Metropark.

Source: The Observer/Eccentric

Author: Dan O'Meara

A championship was not to be for the Farmington Hills Mercy golfers, but the Marlins still finished as one of the best teams in the state.

Mercy was sixth among 15 teams in the girls Division 1 tournament, posting a two-day score of 690 at Bedford Valley Golf Course in Battle Creek.

Source: The Farmington Press

Author: Christian Davis

The best of the best in Oakland County swimming converged Oct. 5 in the pool at Waterford Mott for the county swim and dive championship.

Farmington Hills Mercy turned in a dominating performance, finishing with 438 points; Lake Orion High was second with 244.

Bloomfield Hills Marian finished third with 196, Birmingham Seaholm took fourth with 177 and Rochester Adams rounded out the top five with 173.

Source: The Observer/Eccentric

Author: Dan O'Meara

Farmington Hills Mercy had another dominating performance and achieved a milestone victory Saturday with its 10th consecutive championship in the annual Oakland County girls swimming and diving meet.

Source: MI Prep Zone

Author: Patrick McIntyre

WATERFORD — If the 2014 Oakland County swim and dive championships, held at Waterford Mott on Sunday, were a swimmer, they went out fast before settling into a familiar rhythm, but had enough in reserve for the extra kick to get to the wall.

Source: MI Prep Zone

Author: Drew Ellis

FARMINGTON HILLS – You can’t teach height. You also can’t teach heart.

Jenna Lerg isn’t your prototypical outside hitter, standings just 5-foot-6, but the Farmington Hills Mercy senior has still found a way to make an impact for the Marlins and place herself amongst the best in the state of Michigan.

Source: The Observer/Eccentric

Author: Dan O'Meara

Farmington Hill Mercy got a glimpse as to what the re-aligned Catholic League Central Division is going to be like this volleyball season.

The Marlins can expect every match to be highly competitive, just like the one they played Thursday evening with Dearborn Divine Child.

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