Winter Sports Participants Achieve Success, Score Awards


The BHHS girls gymnastics team once again took the district and league titles, then secured the Regional Championship before competing at the MHSAA State Championships. Maeve Wright (12th grade) was not only Regional All-Around Champion, a finalist for Michigan Gymnast of the Year, and an Academic All-State, but also at the state meet was fourth for All-Around, second in Beam, and fifth in Floor. In addition, Chloe Gilcher (12th grade) qualified for all four events and finished 20th in the state. The state team also included Mia Bragman (9th grade) who competed on bars and Genevieve Orlewicz (11th grade) who competed in beam and vault. Katie Noettl (12th grade) competed injured and still set a personal best on the bars at the state meet.


Congratulations to forward Anjalica Singelyn (12th grade) for being named co-Miss Hockey by the Michigan Girls High School Hockey League, a huge honor! Singelyn was also First Team All-State. Overall, the Girls Ice Hockey team finished 6th in the league.


The BHHS boys basketball team had a decisive win over Stoney Creek 62-35 to capture the OAA White league championship for the second year in a row. They then beat crosstown rival West Bloomfield in the first round of the district playoffs 60-46 before falling to Orchard Lake St. Mary’s in the semi-finals. Guard ⁦Noah Adamczyk (11th grade) has made the media’s watch list for next year’s Michigan Mr. Basketball after a fantastic season, supported by seniors Carson Brodsky, Ben Canty, and Julian Manna. Brodsky, Canty, and Adamczyk were named to the All-OAA White Team, and Derrick Lee Jr. was named to the OAA White Honorable Mention Team. The team also received the state All-Academic award for a second year with an overall GPA of 3.7308.


Jack Pollack (12th grade) finished 13th in the Boys MHSAA Division 1, Region 3, match with a total score of 1109 (191, 196, 203, 208, 159, 152). 


The Boys Hockey team finished the season with an amazing 8-0 League record, but got a tough draw and fell in the regional playoffs. The team had several players voted as best in the OAA League for the season. Kyle Lucia (12th grade), Drew Speaks (12th grade), and Brandon Yaker (12th grade) were named to the Dream Team and as 1st Team All-OAA; Aidan Kelly (12th grade) and James Somero (11th grade) were named to 1st Team All-OAA; and Dominic Fava (12th grade) and Noah Roslin (12th grade) were named Honorable Mention.


After capturing the League title, the Boys Swim and Dive finalists competed in the Division 1 MHSAA State Meet finishing a fantastic 9th overall. The 400 Free Relay team of Oscar Jankowski (12th grade), Kevin Jia (12th grade), Bowie Cooper (11th grade), and Matthew Jia (12th grade) placed 13th overall at 3:16.79, while the 200 Medley Relay of Francisco Song (11th grade), M. Jia, K. Jia, and Jankowski finished 16th (1:39.41).  Kevin Jia placed 2nd in the 200 IM (1:50.32) and 2nd in the 100 Butterfly (:49.68) which were both new BHHS school records. Matthew Jia finished third in the 200 IM (1:53.96) and 6th in the 100 Breaststroke (:58.96). Diver Liam James (12th grade) also finished on the podium at 16th overall (314.00). 


The Boys Wrestling team scored a school-best 24-1 record en route to a league championship title. Team members Alan Spencer (11th grade) and Jordan Jones (12th grade) represented BHHS at the Michigan State Wrestling Championships. Spencer pinned the 4th ranked wrestler in the weight class, before going out in the quarterfinals, while Jones had two tough close matches. Congratulations to BHHS Wrestling Head Coach Tony Scigliano for receiving the prestigious Regional Coach of the Year Award.


The Unified Basketball team completed its inaugural season, scoring several wins against opponents across Oakland County. Congratulations to all the players and Coach Amy Scott!

Bloomfield Hills Schools is proud of all of its student-athletes! If there are any district or higher level wins or awards that were missed, please email


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