Girls Basketball Districts are Out 2024.

Written Tuesday June 11th at 12:20 AM

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District 22 @ Livonia Stevenson


Farmington Hills Mercy

Livonia Franklin

Livonia Stevenson

Redford Thurston


PROJECTED SEEDS: 1. Farmington Hills Mercy, 2. Livonia Stevenson, 3. Farmington, 4. Livonia Franklin, 5. Redford Thurston.

FAVORITE: Farmington Hills Mercy

NEXT: Livonia Stevenson


PLAYER ON SPOT: Aizlyn Albanese-Farmington Hills Mercy

INSIGHT: This looks to be a very interesting district. Farmington could get some big points being the favorite in the Gold but they do have some questions coming into this district. The Falcons have dimari King, Alexis Gebs, Emma Mohr, Anna Toranchuk, Grace Lamott, Gaia Demeester, Mya Jones, Sydney Nogas, and Kate Martin coming back for Coach Natalie Nowak. Farmington Hills Mercy had a very young group from last season that won 12 games and was competitive with West Bloomfield for a half before falling 68-39 to the Lakers. The Marlins have Aizlyn Albanese, Kate Samulak, Emily Walker, Caroline Paluk, Emily Cuthbertson,Naimah Kellum, Jessica Heath, Abby Bores, Elle Geerlings, Avery Birkett, and Nora Gerzema coming back for Coach Gary Morris. Livonia Stevenson won 13 games last season. They have a new coach in Alison Hidey who comes over from Groves. The Spartans have Isabella Claramont, Carly Piergentili, Samantha McCloud, Hailey Gordon, Lauren Olson, Kennedy Hinkle, Madison Lowrly, Gabby Yancura, Isabella Sapia, and Ella Stoops for Hidey. Livonia Franklin was really young last season. The Patriots have Tessa White, Kingsley Nordbeck, Sammy Carignan, Sydney Kenyon, Calie Bates, Aubree Ostrokie, Breann Campbell, and Summer Montgomery coming back for Coach Colleen Flaherty. This district looks like this will be the Marlins to lose.

District 23 @ Detroit Renaissance


Detroit Renaissance

Detroit Mumford


Warren Fitzgerald


PROJECTED SEEDS: 1. Detroit Renaissance, 2. Detroit Mumford, 3. Warren Fitzgerald, 4. Oak Park, 5. Hamtramck.

FAVORITE: Detroit Renaissance

NEXT: Detroit Mumford

DARKHORSE: Warren Fitzgerald

PLAYER ON SPOT: Immani Johnson-Detroit Renaissance

INSIGHT: This is shaping up to be a very interesting district in Detroit. Oak Park has struggled and could struggle in this district. The Knights have Mackenzie Blake, Madison Johnson-Williams, Sienna Walker, and Gabrielle Lee coming back for Coach Tyler Washington.Warren Fitzgerald won 21 games last season and is up in Division One. The Spartans have Lyric Pannel, Meghan Diles, Kaylunn Millander, Asia Bowman, Amani Thomas, Shavon Williams, Casundra Smith, Iyanna Smith, Sabrina Watson, and Taylor McCants coming back for Coach Juwan Shakespear. Detroit Mumford won five games despite having a really tough schedule last season. The Mustangs have Ceniyah Williams and Cherish Jefferson coming back for Coach Kareem Hogan. Detroit Renaissance was a Final Four team last season. The Phoenix have Alehia Wade, Aryana Denham, Victorya Gambles, Aarion Vinson, Jaebrian Autry, Marhea Bradshaw, and Imani Johnson coming back for Coach DaShaun Wood. Hamtramck had a rough year winning one game for Coach Courtney Jackson, this district could be worse for the Cosmos this season. Detroit Renaissance looks to be the favorite in this district but Detroit Mumford and Warren Fitzgerald could have strong says.


District 24 @ Birmingham Marian






Birmingham Marian


PROJECTED SEEDS: 1. Birmingham Marian, 2. Seaholm, 3. Southfield Arts and Tech, 4. Groves, 5. Bloomfield Hills, 6. North Farmington.

FAVORITE: Birmingham Marian

NEXT: Seaholm

DARKHORSE: Southfield Arts and Tech

PLAYER ON SPOT: Addy Flynn-Seaholm

INSIGHT: This is a very interesting district in Birmingham. Birmingham Marian had a tough district with West Bloomfield and Farmington Hills Mercy last season. The Mustangs have McKenley Reid, Ella Swanson, Lauren Billingsley, Katelyn Morgan, Danielle Denha, CeCe Murray, Molly McLeod, Charlie Bingham, and Ruby Jansen coming back for a new coach. Seaholm has a ton of proven experience after getting to the district finals last season. The Maples have Addy Flynn, Mary Gumbus, Taylor Hartwig, Emma Weber, Sophie Sullivan, Ella Koosis, Addy Kitzman, Jada Josifovski, and Elia Gifford coming back for Coach Chris Manchester. Groves has a new coach and a new system in place. The Falcons have Harlem Simpson, Jacey Roy, Aniyah White, Rose Strada, Sophie Schwanik, and Micah Smith coming back for new Coach Jessica Duleba. Bloomfield Hills will have a new coach coming into their program after winning their first district last season. The Blackhawks have Brianna Young, Brianna Brooks, and Giselle Haddad coming back. North Farmington was very young last season. The Raiders have Jade Spears, Quyaamah Jihad, Shylah Tarin, and Shalaya Rogers coming back for Coach Michael Allin. Southfield Arts and Tech is a team that likes to run and score in bunches, defense is a concern for the Warriors which could be key for a postseason run. The Warriors have Christian Banks, Samiya Ashford, and Jordyn Ushery coming back for Coach Shaquita Coltrane. Overall this district is very interesting, Birmingham Marian is the slight favorite but keep a close eye on Seaholm and Southfield Arts and Tech, they both could make some noise in this district.
District 25 @ West Bloomfield


Orchard Lake St. Marys

Walled Lake Central

Walled Lake Northern



PROJECTED SEEDS: 1. Orchard Lake St. Marys, 2. West Bloomfield, 3. Walled Lake Northern, 4. Lakeland, 5. Walled Lake Central.

FAVORITE: Orchard Lake St. Marys

NEXT: West Bloomfield

DARKHORSE: Walled Lake Northern

PLAYER ON SPOT: Amal Younes-Walled Lake Northern

INSIGHT:  This is shaping up to be a very interesting district. West Bloomfield is the defending Division One State Champs but they lost a ton of talent from that team. The Lakers have Ava Lord, Sheridan Beal, Breanna Gamble-Jones, Breasia Gamble-Jones, Jordyn Ratliff, Jaylee Head, and London Hall coming back for Coach Darrin McAllister. Walled Lake Northern was up and down last season. The Knights have Amal Younes, Macie Hunter, Brooklyn Zeleny, Adisa Dibra, Skyler Sweet, Eden Van Proeyen, Savannah Scott, Sarah Maktari, and Layne Biggers coming back for Coach Josh Pees. Walled Lake Central was experienced last season. The Vikings have Demi’a Higginbottom and Lillian Miracle coming back for Coach Ken Nelson. Lakeland has Alena Tiernan, Aubrin Miller, Kalie Rhines, Brynn Taliercio, Jessie Liker, Kennedy Canterbury, Molly Farquhar, Leah Willis, and Peyton Baer coming back for Coach Mike Leitheim. Orchard Lake St. Marys is loaded with proven talent. The Eaglets have Mia Moss, Stella Poota, Layla Stewart, Allie Crighton, Ava Ignoglia, Jessica Asmussen, Hope Richer, Brooke Shockey, Nicole Kolwich, and Reese Holton coming back for Coach Brad Crighton. This could be the makings of a classic district in the making on the black top in West Bloomfield.
District 26 @ Swartz Creek




Grand Blanc


Swartz Creek


PROJECTED SEEDS: 1. Grand Blanc, 2. Oxford, 3. Davison, 4. Swartz Creek, 5. Lapeer, 6. Holly.

FAVORITE: Grand Blanc

NEXT: Oxford


PLAYER ON SPOT: Alison Hufstedler-Oxford

INSIGHT: This is shaping up to be a very interesting district between Genesee County, Lapeer County, and Oxford. The Wildcats have Alison Hufstedler, Sophia Rabb, Emma Beggs, Mia Champagne, Tegan O’Connor, Brynley Cardona, Camryn Quidort, Jaylen Jacobsen, Katelyn Brockway, and Claire Bruski coming back but they don’t have a new coach yet. Swartz Creek won 10 games last season and have home court. The Dragons have Raeleigh Genoveski, Peyton Camper, Missy Bales, Maddie Pier, Aja Collins, Tatlot Gullett, and Brooklyn Short coming back for Coach Brian Van Buren. Holly really struggled last season. The Bronchos have Ella Azbell, Evelin Spiece, and Adlin Moore coming back for Coach Ben Varner. Davison really struggled last season. The Cardinals have Mayae Carradine, Gracie Wright, Lilah Pierson, Sammie Beller, Brooklyn Hughson, Brooke Pizzala, Darby Crystal and Savannah Rice coming back for Coach. Lapeer really struggled winning three games last season. The Lightning have Madison White coming back for their new coach. Grand Blanc went to the Division One State Finals last season. The Bobcats have Parc Liggins, Daya Hartwick, Paige Pittman, Joslyn Lopez, Malaya Brown, and Jordyn Eichelberger coming back for Coach Bob Taylor. The Bobcats stand as the early favorite but the Wildcats have the firepower to match it even though they don’t have a new coach yet.

District 27 @ Avondale




Waterford Kettering

Waterford Mott


PROJECTED SEEDS: 1. Clarkston, 2. Lake Orion, 3. Avondale, 4. Waterford Mott, 5. Waterford Kettering.

FAVORITE: Clarkston

NEXT: Lake Orion


PLAYER ON SPOT: Neveah Wood-Lake Orion

INSIGHT: This is shaping up to be a very interesting district which could be very similar to last season’s classic district final between Clarkston and Lake Orion. Avondale was in a different district and had a rough year due to injuries last season, they have home court this time around. The Yellow Jackets have Madison Manyweathers, Morgan McPherson, Amaria Daniel, Khaila Bradley, Giavanni Hollie-Jackson, Sasha McClellan, and Janaye Richardson coming back for Coach Roy Christmon. Clarkston is coming off a district crown last season. The Wolves have the majority of their team in Brooklyn Covert, Elliana Robak, Marley Mazur, Ella Morgner, Ellery Hernandez, Kayla Butki, Lauren Fishtaller, Keira Zorski, Lexi Fry, and Jenna Thomas coming back for Coach Aaron Goodnough. Lake Orion has been a team on the rise. They were a very young team last season. The Dragons have Izzy Wotlinski, Charlotte Peplowski, Neveah Wood, Grace Hoensheid, Riley House, Lauren LaForge, and Dani Heck coming back for Coach Bob Brydges. Waterford Mott has Payton Smith, Morgan Tassin, Trevino Marissa, Kate Saunders, Natalia Santia, Ahyma Gulley, Juilanna Lemis, and Isabella Badger coming back for Coach Andrew Wellman. Waterford Kettering has JaNella Barber, Summer Blaine, Ellie Droops, Peyton Eakin, Sophie Munro, Kylee Nickerson, and Ella McCall coming back for Coach Rawle Marshall. This district has the makings of last season but the Yellow Jackers are a dangerous three seed.

District 28 @ Stoney Creek





Utica Eisenhower



PROJECTED SEEDS: 1. Utica Eisenhower, 2. Stoney Creek, 3. Rochester, 4. Romeo, 5. Utica, 6. Adams.

FAVORITE: Utica Eisenhower

NEXT: Stoney Creek

DARKHORSE: Rochester

PLAYER ON SPOT: Devyn Raymond-Utica Eisenhower

INSIGHT: This is almost the same district as last season. Utica comes into this district, they really struggled winning nine games last season. The Chieftains have Katelyn Shtogrin, Kylie Condon, Brianna LeMersie, Brooklyn LeMerise, Violet Smith, and Alexis Petruccioli coming back for Coach Jason Muchortow who took over for legendary coach Tom McDonald who retired two years ago. Stoney Creek made history by getting to the State Quarterfinals last season. The Cougars have Merrick Schlawbach, Izzy Ivezaj, Calista Ivezaj, Abigail Ivezaj, Mikayla Gendich, Addy Allen, Samantha Fulkerson, Taylor Fulkerson, Sophie Budzick, and Jenna Cook coming back for Coach Columbus Williams. Romeo had a great year winning 16 games last season. The Bulldogs have Claire Carmody, Maya Mosley, Mya Muschong, Samantha Sackfield, and Anna Wesley coming back for Coach Ron LeBlanc. Romeo fell to Rochester last season in the district semifinals. The Falcons will look to have a bounce back season. They have Alice Max, Kylie Robinson, Lucy Cook, Angela Cichowski, Taylor Parsons, and Erica Procter coming back for new coach Andrew Topie. Utica Eisenhower was very young last season. The Eagles have Gabriella Gojcaj, Lily Pantaleo, Paige Hays, Devyn Raymond, and Tesla Bertoia coming back for Coach Cliff Piper. Utica Eisenhower fell to Adams in overtime last season. Adams is hoping to use the postseason from last season as a stepping stone to this season. The Highlanders have Faith Zoldus, Neveah Williams, and Lily Tomahauk coming back for Coach Joe Malburg. This should be a very interesting district to watch that is for sure.

District 29 @ Royal Oak





Warren Mott


PROJECTED SEEDS: 1. Troy, 2. Royal Oak, 3. Berkley, 4. Troy Athens, 5. Warren Mott.


NEXT: Royal Oak


PLAYER ON SPOT: Maci Zeiter-Troy

INSIGHT: This is shaping up to be a very interesting district. Troy is coming off a strong year last season but the Colts fell to Bloomfield Hills in the district semifinals. Troy has a ton of proven experience in Diamond Prince, Reagan Zeiter, Carly Higginbottom, Olivia Sprangler, Sophia Kaltsounis, Kelsey Block, Aly Matuza, Savannah Oddy, Victoria Siegan, Shavani Angadi, Brianna Bert, and Lizzie Dobbs coming back and have Maci Zeiter coming into the program for Coach Laura Guzman. Troy Athens had a rough year last season. The Red Hawks have Yasmeen Dabbish, Alex Link, and Faraida Youseff coming back for Coach Stacie Klumpp. Royal Oak has home court and is coming off a ton of momentum making the regional finals last season. The Ravens have Lucy Freytag, Lydia Dickens, Hannah Saunders, Jordan Hills, Vivian Lawrence, and Maddie Lawrence coming back for  Coach Brian Sopota. Berkley has been up and coming, they made the district finals last season. The Bears have Avery Wintergarden, Maddie Boswall, Katelyn Sills, Nadia Watt, Hailey Kirkwood, Blessing Nweke, Caleigh Tracy, Olivia Church, and Z Diop coming back for Coach Clay Shaver. Warren Mott won nine games last season. The Mauraders have Leajah Ferguson, Niah Sims, Aubrie Vojnov, Alyssa Sikorski, Allison Phillips, Conamora Ndana, Addison Brown, Sophie Simon, and Ella Schmidt coming back for Coach Patrick Schmidt. The Colts are favored in this district but the Ravens could have a strong say but watch for the Bears as well.

District 60 @ Hazel Park



Center Line

Hazel Park

Madison Heights Lamphere


PROJECTED SEEDS: 1. Ferndale, 2. Madison Heights Lamphere, 3. Hazel Park, 4. Ferndale University, 5. Center Line.

FAVORITE: Ferndale

NEXT: Madison Heights Lamphere


PLAYER ON SPOT: Aaliyah Frost-Ferndale

INSIGHT: This is shaping up to be a very interesting district. Ferndale University had a rough season with a very young team. The Eagles have LeAnna Spencer, Gabrielle Thompson, Kayla Sanders, Taniyah Crawford, Tamary Powell, Kendall Spencer, and Jayda Wilson coming back for Coach Brianna Rowe. Ferndale has completely revamped their team in two years and is in the Red this season. The Eagles have Aaliyah Frost, Inaya Davis, Demi Bolton, Janiya Larry, Masiah Clark, Kathleen DeVillena, and Keyanna McGarrell coming back along with emerging talents in Zahra Richardson, Janielle Turner, Kassidy Cain, and Zayria McCrary for Coach Keith Paris. Hazel Park has coming back for Coach Anthony Brown. Center Line really struggled last season. They have Janiyah Thomas, Sydney Zosel, Jordyn Alexander, Savannah Rietz, Carlie Farkas, Reyonna Jackson, Jaylah Roper, Kaylee Lindsay, and Audrey Harenski coming back for Coach Josh Banks. Madison Heights Lamphere won 13 games last season. The Rams have Faithlynn Donegan, Taylor Dufrense, Emile Eritano, Mya Giffin, Harmony Hays, Emma Malkowski, Sophia Muskery, Faith Stinson, and Jordan Terbruggen coming back for a new coach. The Eagles are the early favorite but the Rams have the experience to make some noise, this could be Paris time to make some noise.

District 61 @ St. Clair Shores South Lake


Harper Woods Chandler Park

St. Clair Shores South Lake

Warren Regina



PROJECTED SEEDS: 1. Warren Regina, 2. Harper Woods, 3. Harper Woods Chandler Park, 4. St. Clair Shores South Lake, 5. Eastpointe.

FAVORITE: Warren Regina

NEXT: Harper Woods

DARKHORSE: Harper Woods Chandler Park

PLAYER ON SPOT: Ella Sikorski-Warren Regina

INSIGHT: This is shaping up to be a very interesting district. Harper Woods has been up and down as of late. The Pioneers have Amari Hutchinson and Laniyah West coming back for Coach LaToya Tate. Harper Woods should have some challengers in this district. Eastpointe won 12 games last season for Coach Deon Woods. St. Clair Shores South Lake won 15 games last season for Coach Wilbur Jones. Harper Woods Chandler Park Academy won 10 games for Coach Rakeem Beal last season. Warren Regina has some proven experience in Ella Sikorski and Sara Wilking coming back for Coach Joe Charette. The Pioneers are the defending district champs and look to defend their crown but the Satellites will have a strong say that is for sure.
District 62 @ Pontiac Notre Dame Prep


Pontiac Notre Dame Prep

Waterford Oakdale Prep

Birmingham Detroit Country Day

Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood

Macomb Lutheran North

PROJECTED SEEDS: 1. Birmingham Detroit Country Day, 2. Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood, 3. Pontiac Notre Dame Prep, 4. Pontiac, 5. Waterford Oakdale Prep.

FAVORITE: Birmingham Detroit Country Day

NEXT: Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood

DARKHORSE: Pontiac Notre Dame Prep

PLAYER ON SPOT: CeCe Arico-Birmingham Detroit Country Day.

INSIGHT: This should be a very interesting district. Pontiac didn’t have the numbers to be in the postseason. The Phoenix should be much improved for Coach Christopher Wright. Macomb Lutheran North has Claire Leinberger, Kaylee Ward, Alaina Chandler, Leighton Gardner, Lauren Dean, Sydnee Davis, Grace Tobey, Aubrey Thumm, and Morgan Nyboer coming back for Coach Andrea Tiedt. Waterford Oakdale Prep is a new school that just started competition. Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood won 16 games last season and is loaded. The Cranes have Haadiya Khan, Maeve Alexander, Madeline Day, Sienna Laverde, Brooke Brown, Dalia Reisner, Trinity Dougherty, Alyssa Luo, Catherine Vaz, and Bella Miceli coming back for Coach Micaela Ellis. Birmingham Detroit Country Day is loaded with proven talent after falling in a heartbreaker to Detroit Edison in the regional final last season. The Yellow Jackets have Naiya Krispin, Cece Arico, Jayla Jackson, Sanyiah Blackwell, Ariyanna Wiggins, and Alina Younes coming back for Coach Amber Deane. Pontiac Notre Dame Prep has been solid year in and year out. The Fighting Irish have Sarah Okka, Nikki Voto, Kaylyn Sowers, Ellie Whalen, Adriana Lorenz coming back for Coach Tom Kocik. The Yellow Jackets is the favorite to win this district but keep a close eye on the Cranes in this district.