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Saturday, December 11, 2010

Even more unforgettable experience for Oxford's Hague

On Thursday morning, the Oxford and Troy boys hockey teams had a once-in-a-lifetime experience when they played in an outdoor hockey game at Michigan Stadium.
Oxford head coach Dave Hague organized the game and spent so many months planning for it, but ended up not being there.
However, it was for a good reason.
Hague's wife went into labor early Thursday morning, and she gave birth at about the time the puck dropped for the hockey game.
No doubt, it went from one unforgettable experience to another for Hague.
- Even though it's early, there will be a huge early season girls basketball showdown on Tuesday when arch rivals Troy and Troy Athens meet at Troy. Each team is undefeated so far and playing really well, so this rivalry game will have more significance than usual for the Colts and Red Hawks.
- A couple of things seemed to be evident from the Clarkston-Orchard Lake St. Mary's boys basketball game on Friday. One, Clarkston might not be so bad off in terms of inside play having to replace Matt Kamieniecki. 6-foot-6 Marcus Hardy looks much improved all around while Max Collins stepped up big time with 19 points. Two, St. Mary's looks as if it can be a threat in the Catholic League. Oakland Christian transfer Justin Barrows provides size in the post and a good shooting touch from the outside, Shaun Covington is a quick point guard and Allen Robinson should be on the state's best players once he comes back from injury. In other words, don't expect a 6-15 season again from St. Mary's.


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