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Class A state champ Western, Class B state runnerup Ford named PSL Proud Strong Learners of the Week

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Western International and Henry Ford formed a Detroit Public School League dynamic duo in the Michigan High School Athletic Association boys’ basketball state tournament and have been named PSL Proud Strong Learners of the Week.

CLASS A CHAMPIONSHIP WESTERN 62, SAH 59 673In showcasing PSL basketball as two of just eight teams playing on the final day of the season, Coach Derrick McDowell’s Cowboys completed a perfect 26-0 season by winning the Class A title, the first state championship in Western history, while Coach Ken Flowers’ Trojans (21-6) also made school history, finishing as Class B runners-up after reaching the state championship game for the first time.

class b finals ford loses 221The PSLer of the Week distinction coincides with a slew of accolades the Cowboys and Trojans have received since season’s end.

Western seniors Josh McFolley and Gerald Blackshear and junior Brailen Neely are on multiple All-State teams, as are Ford senior Josh Davis and Trojans junior James Towns. McDowell and Flowers have also been acknowledged with Coach of the Year honors by several media outlets.

 The Detroit Public School League Proud Strong Learner of the Week award is representative of the league’s top boys’ and girls’ athletes. The award is presented by the DPS Office of Athletics and is sponsored by Detroit-area McDonald’s owner-operators

 

 

 

WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS! Western High boys’ basketball team brings home the school’s first state championship to the PSL

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Until this winter when Western International High’s boys’ basketball team began the season ranked No. 1 in the state, the pride of its athletic program was the baseball team, a perennial Detroit Public School League powerhouse that’s riding a streak of seven consecutive PSL championships and nine in the last 11 years.

The Cowboys’ baseball prominence is not likely to change. But the perception of Western as a baseball-only power has been altered forever by the Cowboys’ now-validated boys’ basketball team, the newly-crowned Michigan High School Athletic Association Class A state champions.

With a 62-59 finals victory Saturday against Saginaw Arthur Hill after a 55-46 semifinal victory Friday against University of Detroit Jesuit, Coach Derrick McDowell’s team completed a perfect 26-0 season and earned the first state championship in Western history.

“It’s very seldom that I show emotion, but to be honest with you it means a lot to me personally,” said McDowell, who took three Redford teams to the state finals. “It’s my fourth time here and I finally got it.”

With no basketball history to speak of, Western was a curiosity when it began the season ranked No. 1 in the state. The Cowboys were coming off a disappointing 6-15 season in 2013-14, but still felt destined to make this the year when hard work and talent all came together.

Some observers attributed the Cowboys’ high hopes to the arrival of guard Josh McFolley and forward Gerald Blackshear, a pair of seniors who didn’t become eligible until January after transferring from Mount Clemens. But the Cowboys were 9-0 without them and, after moving into the starting lineup, they only had to be sweet icing on the cake.

“I had all the pieces anyway,” McDowell said. “They were extra pieces. We were 9-0 without them and that shut up a lot of the naysayers. We weren’t looking for them to be Superman and Batman, to come in and save us. When they became eligible it just added to it.”

As the Cowboys’ achievements kept mounting, including their first PSL boys’ basketball championship since 1922, the success brought out generations of Western fans and the support and the believers continued to grow.

“That’s why so many eyebrows have been raised,” said junior point guard and captain Brailen Neely.  “When we were at Calihan to play Renaissance (for the PSL title), people were like ‘Western, well they’ve never had a program.’ But to see our fans come out, it’s been just a great experience.”

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DPS Emergency Manager Darnell Earley, front row with his wife Bobbie, poses in celebration with Western International High’s Class A state championship basketball team

Proud Strong Learners is the mantra of the PSL. With Henry Ford having reached the Class B finals — giving the PSL two of the eight teams playing on the season’s final day —  the pride and the strength of the league’s brand of basketball was on display for all the state to see.

The learning part of the equation was not so evident, but was the most important factor in Western’s success.

“It was a process,” Neely said. “My freshman year we were young. We only had one senior and we had a lot of growing to do. Our 10th-grade year we thought we had it so we weren’t really listening. We were knuckleheads and it showed in our game. We didn’t have our best year and people didn’t come see us, which humbled us. This year, we were on Coach Mac’s page and it led us to tremendous success.”

Clad in red warmup jackets and red and white caps with a red “W” above the bill, members of Western’s baseball team were prominent in the mob of students, alumni and fans that celebrated the historic victory Saturday at Michigan State University’s Breslin Center.

“I am so proud of those guys,’’ gushed Western baseball coach Juan Sanchez, his team still expected to be a PSL powerhouse and proud like all Cowboys’ fans that Western’s  boys’ basketball team now holds domain over the entire state.

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FORD HIGH’S TROJANS (21-6) fell one victory short of winning the school’s first state championship, cruising to a 64-38 victory against Cadillac in Friday’s Class B semifinals but losing to red-hot shooting Wyoming Godwin Heights 85-68 in Saturday’s title game.

Just getting to Breslin, while capturing district and regional trophies along the way, was a notable achievement in itself. Like Western, the Trojans’ success rallied their students, faculty, alumni and the entire community.

“We had a great season and we never quit,’’ said Trojans’ coach Ken Flowers. “That’s the best way to look at it because nobody expected us to be here.

“I told the guys I know it hurts and they are crying their eyes out, but they took this program to a place it’s never been before. We now have a foundation of good things to come.”

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Western’s McDowell, Ford’s Flowers have PSL ties that bind back to their coach-player days at Redford

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Western International High’s Derrick McDowell and Henry Ford High’s Kenneth Flowers are head coaches of the Detroit Public School League’s two teams competing in the MHSAA boys’ basketball state semifinals Friday at Michigan State University’s Breslin Center.

The league allegiance is strong, but their bond goes deeper than that, back to when McDowell and Flowers were on the same team in the late ‘90s at Redford High School.

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Ford head coach Ken Flowers

“Derrick was my high school coach,’’ Flowers said. “He coached me for four years. Then I came back after college and coached under him at Redford. Later, I took over the program I helped build and establish.”

Flowers, who graduated from Redford in 1996, said he talks with McDowell, a 1978 Northern High grad, at least once a week.

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Western head coach Derrick McDowell

“Derrick taught me discipline, and how to hold kids accountable, holding study tables. I teach and coach like that. I told the guys at practice earlier this week we’re going up there early on Friday to support my mentor.”

McDowell led Redford to its first Class A final in 1997 and another in 2002, while Flowers, who took over after McDowell left to become a college assistant, led the Huskies to the Class A semifinals in ’06 and the finals in 2007.

The fact they have different PSL teams on the verge of their schools’ first state championship makes this weekend’s journey to East Lansing a special occasion for the former student-athlete and his mentor.

Doing it in the same year makes it even more special. “It’s very special, not just for me but for the city,” Flowers said.

“For the PSL to have two teams up there with a chance to win a state championship in Class A and Class B, the top two divisions, that’s never happened before. It’s surreal the way things are going right now. But it’s happening at the right time.”

Both PSL teams face tough semifinal matches in order to advance to Saturday’s championship games.

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Western 6-8 forward Gerald Blackshear

Western, unbeaten with a 24-0 record and ranked No. 1 the state, will play U-D Jesuit (22-3) at 1 p.m. Friday in the Class A semifinals, a rematch against the team the Cowboys beat 58-49 in the Operation Friendship game March 7 between the PSL and Catholic League champions.

“They probably have a little more motivation than we do having lost to us, but nobody has an advantage,” McDowell said. “We’re still playing the same way. We’re not going to change for anybody. We’ll adjust, but we won’t change.”

Western has strong guard play, led by 5-10 junior Brailen Neeley and 6-1 senior Josh McFolley, who combined to neutralize U-D Jesuit junior guard Cassius Winston in their first meeting. And with four players standing 6-7 or taller, led by 6-8 senior forward Gerald Blackshear, the Cowboys have utilized their height advantage to dominate most of their opposition.

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Western guard tandem senior Josh McFolley (left) and junior Brailen Neely

But even more than height, Western beats you with its depth. McDowell liberally rotates as many as 10-12 players into the game, and the fresh legs often lead to the Cowboys making a big spurt in the third quarter.

“We expect to do that,” McDowell said. “Because of our depth, by the time the third quarter is gone, normally other teams are pretty much shot.”

Ford (20-5) will play Cadillac (18-8) at 7:50 p.m. Friday in the Class B semifinal game. Flowers expects a dogfight against a battle-tested team.

“Cadillac has been to Breslin five years in a row, so this is familiar waters for those guys,’’ Flowers said. “Beating them is not going to be a cakewalk. Those guys are good. But we feel like we’re good, too.”

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Ford senior Josh Davis (left) and junior James Towns (right) battle Western junior Kyree Boynton for a rebound in PSL game earlier this season

Ford is led by 6-5 senior forward Josh Davis, who was voted Mr. PSL basketball by league coaches. Davis averages 17 points and 7.7 rebounds a game and has stepped up his game in the state tourney, scoring 21 points and 20 points in the Trojans’ last two victories despite foul trouble.

The Trojans’ other floor leader is 6-1 junior guard James Towns, who has guided the offense with a steady hand throughout the season and deserves to be first-team Class B all-state, Flowers said.

Lansing Everett (24-2) faces Saginaw Arthur Hill (23-3) in the other Class A semifinal Friday at 1 p.m., while Milan (24-2) and Wyoming Godwin Heights (24-1) square off in the other Class B semifinal Friday at 6 p.m.

The Class A state championship game is noon Saturday and the Class B state championship game is 6:30 p.m. Saturday.

“We wanted to contend for a PSL championship this season but we came up short,’’ Flowers said. “But winning the Class B state championship is even bigger because that’s recognition from the whole state. That’s our goal.”

Likewise, McDowell and his PSL champion Western players can see the light at the end of the tunnel.

“Our goal wasn’t to get to Breslin,” he said. “Our goal was to win it all.

“All this started last April when they were in open gyms. We won the championship in summer league at Mumford and that was the first goal. And here we are now trying to finish it off by winning a state championship. It’s been a long process putting this together.”

 

 

 

 

TWO FOR THE SHOW! Western, Ford headed to Breslin for MHSAA boys’ basketball state semifinals

Chuck Johnson
Media Information Director
DPS Office of Athletics
chuck.johnson@detroitk12.org
313-870-5863

The Detroit Public School League will have two teams vying for Michigan High School Athletic Association boys’ basketball state championships this weekend after No. 1-ranked Western International trounced Ypsilanti Community 58-37 in the Class A quarterfinal game Tuesday at University of Detroit Mercy Calihan Hall, and Henry Ford defeated previously-unbeaten New Haven 61-55 Tuesday in the Class B quarterfinal game at Marysville High School.

Western’s victory lifted Coach Derrick McDowell’s unbeaten Cowboys to a 24-0 record and advanced them to Friday’s 2:50 p.m. Class A semifinal game at Michigan State University’s Breslin Center. They will face U-D Jesuit (22-3) in a rematch against the team they beat 58-49 in the Operation Friendship game March 7 between the PSL and Catholic League champions. U-D Jesuit advanced Tuesday with a 56-54 quarterfinal victory against Clarkston.

Coach Ken Flowers Ford Trojans (20-5) will play Cadillac (18-8) in Friday’s 7:50 p.m. Class B semifinal game at MSU’s Breslin Center. Cadillac advanced with a 59-50 quarterfinal victory against Essexville Garber.

Lansing Everett (24-2) faces Saginaw Arthur Hill (23-3) in the other Class A semifinal Friday at 1 p.m., while Milan (24-2) and Wyoming Godwin Heights (24-1) square off in the other Class B semifinal Friday at 6 p.m.

For planning purposes, the Class A state championship game is noon Saturday at Breslin and the Class B state championship game is 6:30 p.m. Saturday at Breslin.

Come out and support our Proud Strong Learners for Western and Ford as they go for the state championship!

 

 

Western, Ford boys in MHSAA basketball quarterfinal games tonight with Breslin in sight

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313-870-5863

Western High, the state’s No. 1-ranked team, can lift an already 23-0 memorable season to historic proportions tonight (Tuesday, March 24) at 7 p.m. in the Class A boys’ basketball quarterfinal game against Ypsilanti Community (19-4) at University of Detroit Mercy Calihan Hall.

DSC_0128A victory would advance Coach Derrick McDowell’s Cowboys to the state semifinal game Friday (2:50 p.m.) at Michigan State University’s Breslin Center against the winner of U-D Jesuit (21-3) vs. Clarkston (24-0), tonight’s 5:30 p.m. quarterfinal at Calihan Hall.

Fans are urged to get to Calihan early because both quarterfinal games have attracted massive local and statewide interest.

Western is playing its best basketball and has moved within sight of the school’s first MHSAA boys’ basketball state championship. The Cowboys entered the tourney on fire after capturing their first Detroit Public School League boys’ basketball crown since 1922.

The PSL is also represented in the Class B quarterfinals by Henry Ford. Coach Ken Flowers’ Trojans (19-5) will play New Haven (25-0) tonight, March 24, at 7 p.m. at Marysville High School, with the winner advancing to Friday’s 7:50 p.m. state semifinal game at MSU’s Breslin Center against the Essexville Garber (21-4) vs. Cadillac (17-8) quarterfinal winner.IMG_0175

Flowers, who is also Ford’s athletic director, says his team hopes to feed off support from two busloads of fans expected to make the trip to Marysville.

Western’s and Ford’s boys are trying to succeed where King High’s Lady Crusaders came up short last weekend, losing in the Class A girls’ state semifinals 57-37 against eventual champion Bloomfield Hills Marian, which won for the second year in a row.

Come out and support our Proud Strong Learners as they go for the state championship!!

King girls’ basketball team ready for prime time in Class A state semifinals; Western, Ford boys win regional crowns

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The stage is bigger and the stakes are higher than any basketball game they’ve played in their lives.

But when King High’s Lady Crusaders take the court Friday at 2:50 p.m. against Bloomfield Hills Marian in the Class A girls’ basketball state semifinals at Michigan State University’s Breslin Center, legendary coach William Winfield wants his players to look past the hype and focus their collective effort on the task at hand.

“They’re going up there to win a game,’’ Winfield said. “That’s the only thing they should have on their minds right now, because they have what it takes. It’s just a matter of them going out there and execute and do what they’re supposed to do.”

King Class A girls quarterfinals 024The Lady Crusaders (24-1) have known mostly success — particularly senior starters Janae Williams, Malayasia McHenry and Leah Mathis — in winning four consecutive Detroit Public School League championships.

Their mission now is to advance past Marian (24-1), the team that dealt their only loss this season, a 50-49 heartbreaker Feb. 26 in the Operation Friendship game between the PSL and Catholic League champions.

“They have a good team and we’re decent, so it’s going to be a good game,” Winfield said. “We played them in their building and they beat us by one. We should have won that game. It’s an advantage having played them. They’re chasing us. We’re not chasing them. I think we’re going to play well up there.”

For all of their accomplishments, the Lady Crusaders must be able to maintain their composure in the magnified atmosphere of a spacious Big Ten Conference arena with bright lights, television cameras and thousands of screaming fans.

A lesser team might be intimidated. But Winfield, who’s making his 12th appearance in the state semifinals in his 33rd season as King’s head coach, is banking on the Lady Crusaders to win Friday and to play Saturday for the school’s sixth Class A girls’ basketball state championship in his tenure.

King’s girls last won the Class A championship in 2006 and also won in 1985, 1990, 1991 and 2003, while finishing state runners-up in 1986, 1993, 1994, 2000, 2004 and 2005.

“It’s not going to be new to me, but for these players it will be,” Winfield said. “At least I have an idea of what’s ahead because I’ve been there 11 times. But I really feel we’ll be ready to play.”

With a victory Friday, King would advance to the championship game Saturday at 12 noon against the winner of Friday’s 1 p.m. semifinal between DeWitt (24-1) vs Saginaw Heritage (24-3).

In the MHSAA boys’ tournament, No. 1-ranked and unbeaten Western (23-0) in Class A and Henry Ford (18-5) in Class B are bidding to represent the PSL in East Lansing the following weekend after winning regional championships Wednesday.

At Sterling Heights High School, Coach Derrick McDowell’s Cowboys defeated Warren De La Salle 51-35, and will play Ypsilanti Community (19-4) at 7 p.m. Tuesday March 24 in the Class A quarterfinal game at University of Detroit Mercy’s Calihan Hall, with the winner advancing to the state semifinal game Friday, March 27 at MSU’s Breslin Center.

At Dearborn Heights Robichaud High School, Coach Ken Flowers Ford Trojans defeated Detroit Consortium 70-52 to win the Class B regional title and will play New Haven (25-0) in Tuesday’s March 24 quarterfinal game at 7 p.m. at Marysville High School, with the winner advancing to Friday’s March 27 state semifinal at MSU.

At Yale High School, Coach Lonell Williams’ Osborn Knights (14-9) saw their season end with a 68-66 overtime loss to unbeaten New Haven (25-0) in the Class B regional championship game, averting an all-PSL quarterfinal matchup against Henry Ford.

King girls one victory from Final Four berth; three PSL boys team vying for MHSAA regional titles

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Media Information Director
DPS Office of Athletics
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313-870-5863

King High’s girls basketball team (23-1) plays Romulus (18-5) in the Class A girls’ basketball quarterfinal tonight (Tuesday, March 17) at 7 p.m. at Dearborn Fordson High School, with the winner earning a berth in Friday’s (March 20) semifinals at Michigan State University’s Breslin Center.

Coach William Winfield’s Lady Crusaders are the four-time defending Detroit Public School League champions.

The PSL is also making its mark in the MHSAA boys’ tournament with three teams still alive after Monday’s regional openers.

In Class A, No. 1-ranked Western (22-0) won 65-55 against league foe East English Village (18-5) to advance into Wednesday’s 7 p.m. regional championship game at Sterling Heights High School. Coach Derrick McDowell’s Cowboys will play Warren De La Salle (14-9), a 58-50 winner against Clinton Twp. Chippewa Valley.

In Class B, Ford beat DCP-Northwestern (9-10) 78-56 in all-PSL regional opener at Dearborn Heights Robichaud High School. Coach Ken Flowers’ Trojans (17-5) play Detroit Consortium (17-5) at 7 p.m. Wednesday for the regional championship. Consortium defeated River Rouge 67-60.

In the Class B regional at Yale High School, the PSL’s Osborn Knights, coached by Lonell Williams, advanced to the finals with a 62-55 victory against Pontiac Notre Dame Prep. Osborn (14-8) plays New Haven (24-0) Wednesday at 7 p.m. New Haven defeated Yale 61-39.

Five PSL boys’ basketball district champions return to action today; King girls in MHSAA quarterfinals Tuesday against Romulus

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Chuck Johnson
Media Information Director
DPS Office of Athletics
chuck.johnson@detroitk12.org
313-870-5863

The Detroit Public School League had five champions emerge from Friday’s district finals of the MHSAA boys’ basketball tournament. But the weekend celebration is over and it’s time to get back to work.

No. 1-ranked Western (21-0) will face East English Village (18-4) tonight (Monday, March 16) at 7 p.m. in an all-PSL Class A regional opener at Sterling Heights High School.
The winner advances to Wednesday’s (March 18) regional championship game at 7 p.m. against today’s 5 p.m. winner between Clinton Twp. Chippewa Valley (19-3) and Warren De LaSalle (13-9).

In Class B, PSL teams Ford (16-5) and DCP-Northwestern (9-9) will collide today (Monday, March 16) at 5:30 p.m. in the regional opener at Dearborn Heights Robichaud High School. The winner advances to the regional finals at 7 p.m. Wednesday (March 18) against today’s winner between Detroit Consortium (16-5) and River Rouge (18-5) at 7 p.m.

Also in Class B, at Yale High School, the PSL’s Osborn (13-8) plays Pontiac Notre Dame Prep (15-8) tonight at 6 p.m. followed by host Yale (21-2) against unbeaten New Haven (23-0) at 7:30 p.m., with the winners advancing to the regional finals Wednesday (March 18) at 7 p.m.

Having clinched the Class A girls’ basketball regional championship last Thursday at Grosse Pointe South High School, King High’s Lady Crusaders (23-1) will play Romulus (18-5) at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the quarterfinal game at Dearborn Fordson High School.

Coach William Winfield’s four-time defending PSL champions beat Sterling Heights 54-21 Thursday to win the regional title. A victory Tuesday would earn the Lady Crusaders a berth in Friday’s (March 20) semifinals at Michigan State University’s Breslin Center.

In boys’ district action Friday, Western beat host Cass Tech 62-52; East English beat Southeastern 67-52 at Grosse Pointe South;  DCP-Northwestern won in overtime on its home floor 62-56 against Ferndale; Ford beat Detroit Community 56-53 at Livonia Clarenceville; and Osborn beat Denby 70-41 at St. Clair Shores South Lake.

Ford High’s Tiera Thomas is named PSL Proud Strong Learner of the Week

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DPS Office of Athletics
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313-870-5863

Ford High’s Tiera Thomas, who had a big week in leading the Lady Trojans to their first girls’ basketball district championship in more than a decade, has been named Detroit Public School League Proud Strong Learner of the Week.

King girls BB in Class A regional 042Thomas, a 5-9 junior guard, had 16 points and eight steals in a 35-33 victory against Livonia Ladywood in the Class B district opener. She continued her dominance with 16 points and eight rebounds in a 58-34 victory against Bradford Academy and rose to the occasion again with 24 points and 10 steals in the 42-30 district championship-clinching victory against Redford Union.

She also excels in the classroom with a 3.7 grade point average. For the season, she averaged 17 points a game.

The Detroit Public School League Proud Strong Learner of the Week award is representative of the league’s top boys’ and girls’ athletes. The award is presented by the DPS Office of Athletics and is sponsored by Detroit-area McDonald’s owner-operators

 

 

Renaissance’s Alaric Jackson named PSL Proud Strong Learner of the Week

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Media Information Director
DPS Office of Athletics
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313-870-5863

Alaric “A.J.” Jackson, who had 14 points and 14 rebounds in Renaissance High’s 43-41 Operation Friendship victory against Orchard Lake St. Mary’s, has been named the Detroit Public School League Proud Strong Learner of the Week.

At 6-8, 290 pounds, Jackson emerged as a major college prospect after playing his first year of high school football last fall. The junior is seen as a prototype offensive lineman although basketball, in which he plays forward, is still his preferred game.

Operation Friendship consolation 042“His future undoubtedly is in football if he wants it,’’ Renaissance High basketball coach Vito Jordan said. “He can play college basketball. But he’s got a chance to be a pro in football.”

For the season, Jackson averaged 12 points and 12 rebounds, and helped the Phoenix reach the PSL finals where they lost to No. 1-ranked Western.

His performance against Orchard Lake St. Mary’s came in the Operation Friendship consolation game, featuring the PSL runners-up against their Catholic League counterpart.

The Detroit Public School League Proud Strong Learner of the Week award is representative of the league’s top boys’ and girls’ athletes. The award is presented by the DPS Office of Athletics and is sponsored by Detroit-area McDonald’s owner-operators

 

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Class A state champion Western, Class B state runnerup Ford named PSL Proud Strong Learners of the Week

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Class A state champ Western, Class B state runnerup Ford named PSL Proud Strong Learners of the Week

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