David Goricki The Detroit News Published 10:48 PM EDT Apr 11, 2019 David Goricki of The Detroit News selects the top boys basketball players in the state. Dream Team EMONI BATES 6-9, Fr., F, Ypsilanti Lincoln Bates was a freshman phenom — the top-rated player in the nation in the 2022 class — who had the flair for the dramatic, knocking down a 3-pointer in the final seconds in a 58-55 regional semifinal win over Ann Arbor Skyline, then tipping in a missed shot as time expired in an 81-79 regional title game win over Detroit Catholic Central. He averaged 28.5 points and 10.2 rebounds to help Lincoln not only win its first regional, but also its first state championship in school history with a 64-62 win over U-D Jesuit. “Emoni is an exceptional gifted player,” said Coach Jesse Davis. “He’s as tall as a big man with a skill set like a guard. What makes him special is his ability to put the ball in the basket where he can … [Read more...] about Detroit News Dream Team, All-State boys basketball teams
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David Goricki The Detroit News Published 5:02 PM EST Dec 6, 2018 Here is The Detroit News All-State Football Team for Division 1-2. The Detroit News Dream Team is here. First team Ends: Stephan Bracey, 5-9, 160, Sr., East Kentwood; Abdur Rahmaan-Yaseen, 6-1, 180, Jr., Walled Lake Western. Offensive linemen: Spencer Brown, 6-6, 300, Sr., Walled Lake Western; Garrett Dellinger, 6-5, 255, So., Clarkston; Dallas Fincher, 6-4, 260, Jr., East Kentwood; Danny Motowski, 6-2, 285, Sr., Warren DeLaSalle; Damon Payne, 6-5, 270, So., Belleville. Quarterback: Dwan Mathis, 6-4, 205, Sr., Oak Park. Running backs: Jaren Mangham, 6-2, 210, Sr., Detroit Cass Tech; Phillip Stewart, 5-7, 170, Sr., Oak Park; Steven Walker, 5-9, 170, Sr., Canton. Athlete: Kionte Blakely, 5-9, 165, East Kentwood. Kicker: James Turner, 6-0, 205, Sr., Saline. Defensive line: Devin Baldwin, 6-5, 265, Sr., Southfield A&T; James Ester, 6-4, 240, Sr., Detroit Cass Tech; Jalen … [Read more...] about Detroit News All-State Football Team: Division 1-2
Mick McCabe Special to Detroit Free Press Published 5:00 PM EST Nov 29, 2018 Here are the top 100 Michigan high school boys basketball players as we begin the 2018-19 season: More: Michigan boys basketball: Ranking the top 20 high school teams 1. Romeo Weems, 6-6, senior, New Haven 2. Carlos Johnson, 6-6, junior, Benton Harbor 3. Emoni Bates, 6-8, freshman, Ypsilanti Lincoln More: Emoni Bates, No. 1 hoops player in 2022, navigates through the hype 4. Daniel Friday, 6-4, senior, U-D Jesuit 5. Jalen Terry, 6-1, junior, Flint Beecher 6. Lorne Bowman, 6-1, junior, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s More: Nominate a team for the 2019 Top Team: Fan Vote Award 7. Jalen Thomas, 6-10, senior, U-D Jesuit 8. Maliq Carr, 6-6, junior, Oak Park More: Oak Park's Maliq Carr earns U-M football, Notre Dame offers 9. Mike Fletcher, 6-6, senior, Flint Carman-Ainsworth More: Why Fletcher chose Michigan State: I prayed and God told me 10. B. Artis White, 5-10, senior, Canton 11. Donavan Moore,6-3, senior, … [Read more...] about Michigan boys basketball: Romeo Weems tops Top 100 players
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Beth Teitell Globe Staff November 19, 2018 Cooking is love. Everyone knows that. But what about reheating? Does that count? Please let it. This is not a casual question for me. For a variety of reasons — including but not limited to fear of salmonella, competition for oven space, and Thanksgiving psychosis — I began dreaming recently of laying my holiday table with a precooked bird. Do you know how easy it would be? I could go online, browse roasted birds on Wegmans or Whole Foods or Russo’s, and with a simple click order one for pickup. Advertisement Guess who’s not going to have to get intimate with a raw turkey? Look who just bought herself six hours of freedom on Thursday! Get Metro Headlines in your inbox: The 10 top local news stories from metro Boston and around New England delivered daily. Thank you for signing up! Sign up … [Read more...] about Am I poised to ruin Thanksgiving with a take-out Turkey?
Emily Yahr, The Washington Post Published 6:58 am PDT, Thursday, October 25, 2018 Siblings Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Claire (Julie Bowen) try to process their grief during Halloween on "Modern Family." Siblings Mitchell (Jesse Tyler Ferguson) and Claire (Julie Bowen) try to process their grief during Halloween on "Modern Family." Photo: Tony Rivetti, ABC Shelley Long (middle) on the set of "Modern Family" with Sarah Hyland and Ariel Winter. Shelley Long (middle) on the set of "Modern Family" with Sarah Hyland and Ariel Winter. Photo: Eric McCandless/ABC Via Getty Images Sofía Vergara fears she's being haunted on "Modern Family." Sofía Vergara fears she's being haunted on "Modern Family." Photo: Tony Rivetti, ABC THE FLASH: Tuesday, October 9 on The CW The … [Read more...] about ‘Modern Family’ killed off that ‘significant’ character Wednesday night. And it was …