FARMINGTON HILLS — The Farmington Hills Mercy basketball team is one with an abundance of talent, a good mix of experience and youth, and potential to make yet another run come playoff time.
As coach Gary Morris assessed the first quarter of the 2017-18 season, there wasn’t too much that he had to complain about.
“We’re happy — you have to be,” Morris said about his team. “We’ve gotten off to a good start, and that’s what you love to see.”
Good to the tune of a 5-0 record at press time.
“We’ve been in some close games, too,” Morris added. “But we’re finding ways to win, which is key.”
The Marlins went 22-4 last year, reaching the state quarterfinals before eventually falling to Warren Cousino.