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Monday, October 13, 2008

Oakland County volleyball rankings

1. Birmingham Marian — The Mustangs clinched the Catholic League Central Division last week with wins over Ladywood and Mercy.
2. Clarkston — The Wolves won the Andover tournament last week and can clinch a share of the OAA Red Tuesday with a win over Lake Orion.
3. Troy — The Colts can clinch a share of the OAA Red title with a win over Birmingham Seaholm Tuesday.
4. Lakeland — The Eagles have dominated the KLAA North so far this season, winning five of its six matches in three games.
5. South Lyon — The Lions win over Novi last week gave them a two-game cushion in the KLAA Central.
6. Novi — Wildcats reached the finals of the Plymouth tournament last week, need wins over Northville and Salem this week to have any hopes of winning the KLAA Central.
7. Pontiac Notre Dame Prep — The Fighting Irish fell to Clarkston in the finals of the Andover tournament and have a huge Catholic League AA game against Dearborn Divine Child tonight.
8. Milford — The Mavericks are tied for first in the KLAA West with Pinckney, after falling to Pinckney last week.
9. Walled Lake Northern — The Knights can set up a showdown for the KLAA North next week against Lakeland with wins over Walled Lake Central and Walled Lake Western this week.
10. Birmingham Seaholm — The Maples can clinch at least a share of second place in the OAA Red with a win over Troy Tuesday.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is Mercy in Oakland County? If so, they should be on this list. They are much better than ND Prep and have beaten many of the teams on this list.

October 16, 2008 at 8:20 PM 
Blogger Dave Pemberton said...

Yeah Mercy is in Oakland County. I considered them for the rankings too. Who have they beaten on the list? It's hard to get results from all the weekend tournaments. Thanks for the feedback.

October 18, 2008 at 11:28 PM 

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