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Feb 3, 2016

Friday, Jan. 22 high school sports roundup

Clarenceville 27: In the loss, Clarenceville was led by A’Sha Whittaker and Myla Hoskins, who both finished with eight points. Roseville 75, Center Line 68 (OT): Roseville’s Nija Collier scored 46 points and 19 rebounds. Chantae Parker added 18 points. Center Line’s Brooke Junaud scored 29 points. Roseville improves to 7-3. Sterling Heights 55, Macomb L’Anse Creuse North 43: Sterling Height’s Kendall Ring scored 14 points while recording eight rebounds and four blocks. Mariah Nelson added 13 points and four rebounds. L’Anse Creuse Mya Olekstak scored 18 points, and Nysha Speed chipped in 12 points. Sterling Heights improves to 6-5 and 2-2 in the MAC White. L’Anse Creuse falls to 2-8 and 0-5 in the MAC White. Sterling Heights Parkway 48, Auburn Hills Oakland Christian 25: Oakland Christian slips to 5-6, 2-3 in the MIAC. Stevensville Lakeshore 68, Niles 49: Lakeshore was led by Morgan Kaiser and Sarah Dubbert, both of whom tallied 25 points. Taylor Wagner added 11 points. In the loss for Niles, Emily Gaines finished with 16 points. Taylor Baptist Park 48, Birmingham Roeper 38: Taylor’s Mikayla Thompson scored 24 points. Kallie McElroy added 13 points. Roeper’s Akwia Tilton scored 12 points. Alexis Johnson added 11 points, and Hailey Samples chipped in 10 points. Roeper slips to 8-3 (2-2 MIAC Blue). Taylor Prep 36, Hamtramck 14: Mya Garrett had 25 points and 22 rebounds for Taylor Prep (6-4). Trenton 31, Taylor Truman 29: Kaylie Crowell had 13 points and the game-winning 3-pointer with four seconds left in the win for Trenton (6-4, 2-3 Downriver). Also, Sydney Voss added eight points. Walled Lake Western 34, White Lake Lakeland 14: Walled Lake Western’s Janara Flowers scored nine points. Warren Michigan Collegiate 60, Dearborn Heights Star 7: Lanae Foster led Michigan Collegiate with 14 points. Marian races past Ladywood in second half, 53-33 Boys basketball Belleville 77, Dearborn Edsel Ford 57: Davion Williams scored 26 points while Calvin Blaydes recorded 16 points in the win for Belleville (9-2, 5-0 Western Wayne). In the loss for Edsel Ford (4-6, 1-4 Western Wayne), Chad Gailliard finished with a game-high 29 points. Bellevue 57, Colon 56: Wyatt Waterbury led Bellevue with 21 points, four steal and four assists. Dawson Morgan added 14 points and 10 rebounds. Bellevue improves to 7-3. stro... (USA TODAY High School Sports)

Dec 30, 2015

Year in Review: Sterling Heights

Roseville Fire Department ($2,520), Eastpointe Firefighters IAFF 1561 ($2,495), Eastpointe Fire Department's Better Half ($2,307), Center Line ($1,765), Shelby Township Firefighters ($1,575), Clem Town Climbers ($1,306) and Sterling Heights Firefighters Wives ($850). Firefighters from Clinton Township, New Haven, Ray Township and Richmond also participated.APRIL• The Sterling Heights City Council on April 7 approved an interlocal agreement with Utica that outlines intended improvements to a 9-mile section of the Clinton River. Included in the scope of activities outlined in the proposal are an in-depth survey of the project area and wildlife; preparation of a master plan to address problem areas; completion of plans and specifications for bidding; and construction, public education and post-construction monitoring.• A new program introduced April 14 by Clerk Mark Carufel seeks to curtail the growing number of unlicensed dogs in the city of Sterling Heights. The goal, Carufel said, would be to encourage residents to make sure that their dogs are licensed and that the animals' rabies vaccinations are up-to-date. According to Carufel, a similar door-to-door program launched by another Macomb County community with a population of 32,500 residents revealed that more than 50 percent of the unlicensed dogs in that community had not been vaccinated for rabies.• The Sterling Heights Community Foundation hosted its annual meeting on April 14 and awarded thousands of dollars to the community in... (Shelby Township Source Newspapers)

Dec 30, 2015

Thursday, Dec. 17 high school sports roundup

Kelser scored 27 points and Malik Aviola scored 10 for Walled Lake (4-0). Aiden Warzecha scored 16 points for Milford (0-3). Warren Lincoln 61, Center Line 60: Andrew Terry hit the go-ahead three-pointer for Lincoln (3-0) with five seconds left in regulation to seal the win. Terry finished 17 points. Lantz Barton scored 14 points in the loss for Center Line (1-2). White Lake Lakeland 50, Pinckney 40: Justin Knox put up 16 points and Cass Philipps added eight points and 14 rebounds for Lakeland (3-0). Kolton Pavlicek scored 11 points for Pinckney (2-1). Girls basketball Birmingham Detroit Country Day 78, Marysville 43: Kaela Webb and Destiny Pitts scored 19 points each for Country Day (5-0) to remain undefeated. Peylon Buffet scored 20 points while Devon Palko contributed 17 points for Marysville. Birmingham Seaholm 44, Royal Oak 36:  Mackenzie Harbort had 18 points, three assists and five rebounds and Dana Hoerman had eight points and seven rebounds for Seaholm (5-1). Samantha potter scored 11 points and Ava Stranovici scored six for Royal Oak. Dearborn Edsel Ford 56, Gibraltar Carlson 27: Allia Hamood was the leading scorer with 16 points for Ford (4-2). Also, Carley Wall and Danya Hamood each had nine points. Detroit Denby 37, Detroit Westside Academy 27: Kendall Taylor put up 15 points while Faith Hymon scored 10 points for Denby (3-1). Detroit Henry Ford 68, Detroit Pershing 17: Tierra Thomas led Henry Ford (5-1) with 18 points, nine rebounds and three blocks while Karisma Matthews had 15 points and seven assists. Pershing is 1-3. Detroit International Academy 39, Davis Aerospace 17: Caitlyn Harrison’s 23 points led DIA (1-4) while Remonia Redmon picked up eight points and 11 rebounds.  Kitara Cash had nine points for Davis. Detroit Renaissance 68, Detroit King 65: Siyeh Frazier scored 29 points, and Victoria Wright and Nina Reynolds each scored 13 for Renaissance (5-1). Tia Tedford scored 34 points, and Micaela Kelly and Alica Norman each sco... (Detroit Free Press)

Dec 30, 2015

Road Worrier: NCDOT calls for new curbs on bicyclists

North Carolina streets and highways each year. Many crashes involve impatient drivers who are determined to avoid crossing the center line on the left – while they misjudge the space separating car from bicycle on the right. “The motorists pass too closely or swerve back too soon,” James Gallagher of the UNC Center for Highway Safety Research said Monday. Greenville Police Sgt. Mike Montanye said the proposed yellow-line exception for passing bicycles was, “hands down,” the most important recommendation on DOT’s bike-safety list. “If you can give the bicycle a greater distance when passing, I think it’s safer all around,” Montanye said. “Where the passing occurs, from what I’ve seen, is where the crash is going to occur.” The proposed legislation was among draft recommendations DOT released quietly last week, after a review requested by the legislature. Montanye and Gallagher served on a 12-member ad hoc committee that had spent the past five months studying bike safety issues, at DOT’s request. If you can give the bicycle a greater distance when passing, I think it’s safer all around. Sgt. Mike Montanye, Greenville Police Department Cycling advocates and some study group members criticized three DOT proposals that went counter to the study group’s suggestions. Department officials led by Kevin Lacy, DOT’s chief traffic engineer, say cyclists should not be allowed to ride more than two abreast, should be required to get local permits for large informal group rides, and should be directed to stay in the right half of the travel lane. Many cyclists argue that it sometimes is safer for riders to “take the lane” – riding at the center or left of center – t... (News & Observer (blog))