In front of a packed gym at Oxford High School, the Wildcats secured their best start in school history by holding off the seventh-ranked Phoenix, 49-46. (Photo Cred. - TZR Sports) (By Drew Ellis firstname.lastname@example.org; @ellisdrew on Twitter)
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Oxford’s well-balanced attack kept its well-oiled machine of a boys basketball team churning and burning on the road Friday night, as the Wildcats defeated host Farmington Hills Harrison 79-48 to stay undefeated. (Photo Cred. - TZR Sports)
Oxford improved to 3-0 with a 49-40 victory over Adams Tuesday night. The Wildcats got a strong performance from Nolan Hiler, who scored a career-high 14 points. Michael Raisch scored 12 and pulled down 8 rebounds and Trey Townsend added 8 points and 8 rebounds. (Photo Cred. - TZR Sports)
With boys basketball beginning a week earlier this year, the season tips off in just a handful of hours. Here's a look at the top players in Oakland County entering the 2018-19 season. (Photo Cred: TZR Sports)
For 30 years, the MHSAA and Farm Bureau Insurance have honored the best student-athletes in Michigan. Again this year they will award 32 students with $1,000 scholarships based on achievement and leadership in athletics and activities, as well as responses to short-answer and essay questions. In many ways, this is the most prestigious honor the MHSAA awards annually.