Published May 28, 2014
Stevenson baseball, Ford II girls tennis win division titles
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In what has become an annual occurrence, the Sterling Heights Stevenson baseball team has won another Macomb Area Conference Red Division title.
The Titans, which at press time sat at 13-0 in the division, 26-1 overall, have now won the last five MAC Red titles.
The Utica Ford II baseball team is in line for a MAC White title, as the Falcons at press time had a mark of 9-5 in the league, 12-12 overall. The Falcons had a half-game lead over St. Clair High in the division at press time.
The Utica Ford II girls tennis team went 3-0-2 in MAC Blue play to claim a share of a division title. The Falcons shared the league title with Anchor Bay. The finish is the best for Ford II since it placed second in the MAC White in 2005.
The Sterling Heights High girls tennis team went 3-0-1 to win the MAC Gold title for the third time in four years.
For updates on each local team’s playoff run, check www.candgnews.com.
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