Utica had to kick off their season with an away game, and unfortunately wound up with a long bus ride home. They ended up on the wrong side of a painful 14-39 walloping at Bloomfield Hills hands. The state rankings had actually given Utica a slight edge heading into the game, making this hurt that much more. This was the first contest for both squads, starting Utica off on the wrong foot at 0-1, while giving Bloomfield Hills a 1-0 record.
Head GVSU Coach talks to BHHS Football Team
Coach Matt Mitchell addressing the JV & Varsity teams at GVSU camp.
Bloomfield Hills football wide receiver breaks Michigan H.S. single-game catches record
Bloomfield Hills senior wide receiver Ty Slazinski was not only good on Friday night against Oak Park. He was great.
He recorded an MHSAA single-game record 22 catches in the Black Hawks’ 58-39 loss to the Knights. It leaves him with a total of 79 receptions through seven games played this season.
Football Game Recap: Exeter-Milligan vs. Bloomfield Hills
Exeter-Milligan featured prominently on the scoreboard in its previous game, but it had difficulty even getting on the board against Bloomfield Hills. Exeter-Milligan was close but not close enough as it fell 2 - 0 to Bloomfield Hills. The outcome was a definite jolt of excitement for Exeter-Milligan after its previous game, where the margin was anything but close.
West Bloomfield gets revenge on Bloomfield Hills in 31-6 victory
Riding a seven-game winning streak into the postseason opener Friday, West Bloomfield turned the tables on the last team it lost to, defeating Bloomfield Hills 31-6 in a rematch of Week 2 to advance to the Division 1 district finals.
Bloomfield Hills football's Olivia Brack kicks it with best of the boys (2017)
Raising two daughters, Liz Brack never expected to be a football mom.
Her youngest, Olivia, had played travel soccer from through seventh grade, and Liz was fine with that. But when Olivia graduated from East Hills Middle School in Bloomfield Township, Liz noticed her sports interests suddenly change.
Five takeaways from Clarkston football's win over Bloomfield Hills (2017)
Clarkston started by scoring the first 13 points and looked as if it was on its way to a blowout. Then Bloomfield Hills responded, countering with 20 straight points to take a 20-13 lead with 11:08 left in the fourth quarter. But Clarkston took over from there, answering back with three straight touchdowns to take a 34-20 lead with 2:52 remaining.
“That’s good for us,” Clarkston coach Kurt Richardson said, referring to how his team rallied from rare home adversity.
Bloomfield Hills stays perfect with 42-16 takedown of Berkley (2016)
In Bloomfield Hills’ first three years as a football program, it was 6-21.
Friday night, the Blackhawks kept an undefeated season intact with a 42-16 victory over Berkley for their first Oakland Activities Association Blue Division title.