Top OAA Boys and Girls Basketball of the Week

Top OAA Boys and Girls Basketball of the Week

ONTV Feature Writer: Sammy Taromina
Written Saturday January 4th at 9:30 PM
Happy New Year to all and hope everyone is well. I will describe the Top 21 more in depth on the Podcast which will be posted soon.
Anyway here is the Top 21 and the Top Games of the Week. The records are current and up to date.

North Farmington at Ferndale (Tuesday): This will be a huge test for the Raiders. For the Eagles this game could prove if they belong in the Red or not.

West Bloomfield at Macomb Dakota (Tuesday): The Lakers have handled their brutal non-league schedule well. If West Bloomfield can shut down Ryan Rollins then this will be very interesting.

Troy at Stoney Creek (Tuesday): The Cougars defense vs the Colts offense will be the matchup to watch.

Troy at Farmington (Friday): Brody Parker vs Jaiden Atkins but whose role players shows up will determine this game.

Lake Orion at Lapeer (Friday): This should be a very physical game on Friday night.

Lake Orion at Oak Park (Tuesday): Two Jekyll and Hyde teams showing up in this game. It will be an interesting game of two different styles.

Avondale at Royal Oak (Tuesday): Two teams that are trying to get back on track.

Troy Athens at Berkley (Tuesday): Could be an early indicator who wins the Blue.

West Bloomfield at North Farmington (Friday): This should be an interesting matchup. Both teams are team oriented squads and deep which always helps.

Rochester at Pontiac (Friday): The Phoenix had a good showing against Clarkston. It should be interesting how they respond against a good Falcons squad.

Farmington at Groves (Tuesday): Both teams are coming off tough losses. It will be interesting which set of Falcons will bounce back.

Stoney Creek at Groves (Friday): This is a very interesting matchup of two quick and athletic squads going against one another.

Oxford at Adams (Friday): If the Wildcats can get some help for Trey Townsend especially in the interior then they will be fine. In a tough matchup which has Peyton Prieskorn and both Urusy brothers it could be very interesting.

Oak Park at Clarkston (Friday): The Wolves have been rolling since losing to St. Marys. Clarkston has relied on three players carrying them thus far which is dangerous. The Knights are an interesting team to watch.

Ferndale vs Detroit Edison (Sunday, 4 PM Oakland County Classic at Oakland): The Eagles will have a tough non league game at Oakland on Sunday afternoon when they play Detroit Edison. The Pioneers have had a good season and should test Ferndale. It will be interesting to see what happens.

Groves vs Detroit Cass Tech (Sunday 2 PM, Oakland County Classic at Oakland): The Falcons will have a tough matchup with Detroit Cass Tech. The Technicians are solid and is one of the top teams in the Detroit Public School League. It will be very interesting to see what happens.

Oak Park at Belleville (Saturday): The Knights will have two tough matchups with Lake Orion and Clarkston before taking on the host Tigers in the Belleville Classic. It will be an interesting matchup to say the least for Oak Park.

North Farmington vs Ann Arbor Huron (Saturday 5:20 PM, Belleville Classic at Belleville): The Raiders will have a tough matchup looming on Saturday as they play the River Rats in Belleville. North Farmington has a ton of experience as we mentioned. This will be a very interesting matchup to say the least.

Pontiac vs Ferndale University Prep (Sunday 12 PM, Oakland County Classic at Oakland): The Phoenix will have an very interesting matchup with Ferndale University Prep. Pontiac should be tested and it will be interesting to see what happens in this game.

Top Games (Girls)- Jan 6th thru Jan 11th

Avondale at Lake Orion (Monday): Dragons much different team than last year.

Troy Athens at Oxford (Tuesday): This will be the test for the Red Hawks. Troy Athens looking really good lately.

North Farmington at Lake Orion (Thursday): Raiders and Dragons have no love loss for each other.

Oxford at Adams (Thursday): Expect this one to be a tight and close game as always.

Stoney Creek at Bloomfield Hills (Monday): Do the Cougars have an answer for Jordan Banks????

Clarkston at West Bloomfield (Thursday): Both teams are deep and talented which should be an interesting game on Thursday.

Avondale at Troy (Thursday): Do the Yellow Jackets have an answer for Athena Sampson.

Troy at North Farmington (Monday): Can the Colts handle the gym of the Raiders???

Southfield Arts and Tech at West Bloomfield (Monday): There should be plenty of star power in this matchup on Monday.

Seaholm at Berkley (Monday): Maples trying to recover from a bad loss to Oak Park while the Bears are looking to bounce back after losing to Rochester.

Stoney Creek at Royal Oak (Thursday): This will be an interesting matchup of two defensive first teams.

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January Update for Orion Parks

January Update for Orion Parks

Orion Township Parks & Recreation Monthly Newsletter
Here is what is coming up in the next few months in Orion Township!
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Snapology
How to Train Your Dragon Workshop
Saturday Jan 25th 9:30am at Friendship Park. Call 248.391.0304 x3500 or visit www.orionparks.com to register.
Upcoming Youth Activities
Snapology How to Train Your Dragon Workshop: Jan 25
Kid’s Art by Design: Jan 27-Feb 10
Snapology Planes, Train & Automobiles Jr.: Jan 27-Feb 10
Home Alone Training: Feb 3
Babysitter Training: Feb 10
Little Dancers Paint!: Feb 20-Mar 12
Bunny Bop: Mar 28
Upcoming Adult Programs
The Stairs to Success- Improving College Study: Jan 13-Mar 9
FREE Yoga Classes: Jan 9 & 13
Cardio Drumming: Jan 16-Mar 19
FREE Tone & Stretch: Jan 9
MELT Method Workshop:
Jan 15, Feb 19, & Mar 25
MELT Method Class: Jan 22-Feb 12
Community Indoor Garage Sale: Mar 6
Antique, Toy & Comic Expo: Mar 7
FREE Trail Yoga Classes
Try it before you buy it! Free trail classes held on Monday Jan 9th and Thursday Jan 13th. Call 248.391.0304 x3500 or visit www.orionparks.com to sign up.
Drop-In Rates for Zumba, Yoga, Tone & Stretch and Cardio Drumming now available!
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Greektown Casino Trip: Jan 16
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Euchre Tournament: Feb 6
National Pizza & Bagel Day: Feb 7
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Valentines Day Tea Luncheon: Feb 13
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Mardi Gras Luncheon: Feb 26
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Reminder: Traffic Advisory – bridge work on M-10 and I-94 in Detroit                                  1-6-2020

-SB M-10, between W. Grand Blvd and I-94, the left lane will be closed beginning Monday, 1/6, after 9 a.m.

– SB M-10 ramp to EB 94 will also be closed. The detour is SB M-10 to EB M-8 to SB I-75 to EB I-94. (Note the detour route is north of the ramp closure.)

– The work is expected to take approximately two weeks.

Voice your opinion to Oakland County leadership

Voice your opinion to Oakland County leadership

Voice your opinion to Oakland County leadership!

Oakland County Executive David Coulter wants to hear from residents about their top priorities for the new year. His administration has released the Oakland County Government’s Citizen Survey 2020 which asks residents to rank what is important to them in terms of jobs and the economy, public health, neighborhoods and housing, roads and transportation, and more.

Please share and encourage your neighbors to take advantage of this opportunity to speak directly to the Oakland County Executive before January 10!

January hunting and trapping opportunities

Fur harvesting

2019 fur harvesterHunting:

  • Raccoon hunting is open statewide through Jan. 31.
  • Bobcat hunting begins Jan. 1. See pages 28-29 of the Fur Harvester Digest for open areas and bag limits.
  • Fox (gray and red) hunting opportunities are available statewide through March 1.
  • Coyote hunting is open year-round, statewide.

Trapping:

Opportunities for trapping badger, beaver, bobcat, coyote, fox, muskrats, mink, otter and raccoon are available through the winter.

See the 2019 Fur Harvester Digest for season dates, unit boundaries, bag limits and other regulations.


Small game hunting

Your 2019 base license is valid through March 31, 2020, so there is still time to get out for some small game hunting.

Cottontail rabbit, snowshoe hare and squirrel (fox and gray) hunting are open statewide through March 31.

See the 2019 Hunting Digest for small game season dates and bag limits.


Deer hunting

Archery season is extended through Jan. 31 for Macomb, Oakland and Wayne counties. All rules and regulations for the archery season apply. Hunters should check on local ordinances in the communities they are interested in hunting to make sure hunting is allowed or to see whether only specific areas are open for the extended season. State game and wildlife areas in all three counties are open to hunting during this extended season.

Visit Michigan.gov/Deer or see the 2019 Hunting Digest for all deer hunting details.


Waterfowl hunting

There’s still time to bag a champion goose in the South Zone and Allegan County Goose Management Unit (GMU).

South Zone:

  • Dark and light goose hunting is open Jan. 25 – Feb. 10.

Allegan County Goose Management Unit:

  • Dark and light goose hunting is open through Jan. 30. (The Fennville Farm Unit of the Allegan State Game Area is closed to goose hunting on Mondays and Wednesdays during the GMU season).

Waterfowl hunting dates, bag limits and regulations are available at Michigan.gov/Waterfowl.


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