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Monday, September 13, 2010

Big milestone for Notre Dame Prep's Wroubel

Usually Saturday volleyball tournaments are known for producing lots of games, which allow teams and players to get better in ways they can't playing one match during a weekday.
But this Saturday, a tournament at Berkley produced not only that, but a historic milestone for one of the county's more well-known and long-tenured coaches.
Pontiac Notre Dame Prep volleyball coach Betty Wroubel earned her 1,000 career win at the tournament, which saw the Fighting Irish take home the tournament title.
It was a great honor for one of Kosmo's favorite coaches, one who's been a lynchpin in the state volleyball and softball scene for decades.
Wroubel will probably say her favorite moment was leading the volleyball team to the Class B state title in 2007, the first time an Oakland County school ever won a state title in volleyball.
But this ranks right up there in Kosmo's eyes, and a perfect way to honor someone who has impacted the lives of many over the years.
Great job and congrats, Betty.
— Thursday should be a fun night in Birmingham, as it will be a battle of unbeatens when Birmingham Detroit Country Day faces Birmingham Seaholm in a non-league football game. In addition to some city bragging rights, the matchup features the two best wide receivers in the county, Country Day's Kenny Knight and Seaholm's Shawn Conway.


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