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Follow Girls Golf State Finals Live and Free

The MHSAA will be experimenting with a new online scoring system for the Girl Division 2 State Finals!  You can follow the progress of the Tigers from anywhere you have an internet connection with BirdieFire.  Here’s the information: The direct link to the BirdieFire live scoring system for MHSAA Division 2 is : http://bfire.co/-1f468/

Boys XC wins their Third Straight Metro League Title

Competition for the top spot in the Flint Metro League Boys Cross Country standings has always been fierce, but team titles have been prone to streaks of dominance by one program or another. Whether it’s been Fenton’s 2 runs of success from 1968-70 and 2003-2006, Holly’s overall excellence and streaks from 1976-78 and 1983-86, Oxford’s league-record

Girls Cross Country 3-peats as Metro League Champs

The current generation of Fenton Girls Cross Country is used to program-firsts. The seniors on the team have accomplished a lot in their four years: Fenton’s first D1 and D2 Holly Invite Titles (2017 & 2015), Fenton’s first Metro League XC title outright (2016), Fenton’s first Division 1 state berth (2017), and Fenton’s first two

Girls Golf Head to State Finals This Weekend!

The Girls Golf Team is getting ready to wrap up another record setting season that included tying the 9 hole team record, a 2nd place finish at The Patriots Cup and County Tournament, a 1st place finish at Davison Invitational and another undefeated Metro League season.  As Metro League Champs the ladies went into regionals

Fenton’s Grace Olsen needs your vote!

Freshmen Swimmer, Grace Olsen was recently nominated for the WDIV 4Frenzy Fall Fan Choice Award as the best Freshmen swimmer in the state. Go to the following link https://www.clickondetroit.com/4frenzy/today-is-the-last-day-of-nominations-for-the-fall-fan-choice-awards#/gallery/?group=295073 and vote for Grace!   Pass this on to as many as you can to help her win!  If you don’t know, Grace has already broke four school