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Farmington and North Farmington softball teams set for doubleheader
May 15, 2013
FARMINGTON — Both coaches agreed that the past was just that: the past.
Besides, there’s enough in present day to serve as motivation when city rivals square off.
“It’s always a big game, anytime you play Farmington or Harrison,” North Farmington softball coach Dave Brubaker said of a May 15 doubleheader against Farmington, set for 4:30 p.m. at home. “We’re playing for a city championship. Bragging rights for the year and for this rivalry are always key.”
“It’s a rivalry game,” Falcons skipper Stephanie Volpe said. “That’s always a big game.”
The Raiders won all three meetings in 2012, including a district date that ended the season for Farmington.
“We’re not worried about that. It’s a new year with new players,” Volpe said. “They have a different pitcher, and we have some new girls in important roles. All that matters this time is who shows up and who is ready to go.”
“We’re focused on the right-now and what’s happening this season,” said Brubaker, whose team eliminated Farmington and then lost to Mercy in the district final. “Next year, we’ll look past this one, too. All that matters is two good programs going at it right now.”
At press time, though, the teams were heading in somewhat different directions.
North Farmington was 9-4 overall, (0-3 in Oakland Activities Association Red Division play).
The record includes four wins in the past five games.
“Alexa (Cherney) has done a nice job stepping in to pitch for us, and when we’ve played good defense, we’ve been successful,” Brubaker said. “The games we’ve lost, we’ve given good teams too many extra chances. I’m kind of in the dark as to what Farmington has, but we’re at our best when we worry about ourselves. That’s what we need to control. I’ve got enough gray hair doing that. I don’t need to worry about other teams.”
At press time, Farmington was 3-8 overall and 0-6 in division play.
“Right now, we’re looking for some momentum and consistency, and something to build on,” Volpe said. “Truthfully, we’re playing with our heads down, which you don’t want. We’ve been in a hole and need something to dig us out of it. Given a win or a couple good games against a team like North Farmington would be a huge confidence-builder for our girls.”
September 28, 2015
Farmington Hills Harrison
Farmington Hills Harrison earned the honor after beating Southfield High 17-14 at home in a battle for first place in the Oakland Activities Association White Division. The win put the Hawks 4-0 (4-1 overall) in the division, a game ahead of Southfield. After trailing 14-7 at the half, Harrison scored 10 unanswered points, capped off by a 27-yard field goal by Alex Bolstrum with 10:57 left in the game. In the last four meetings between these rivals, each team has won twice with a 4.5 average margin of victory.