Davison Cardinal boys and girls varsity bowling teams have been conquering the lanes with 7 wins combined from both teams. Starting with the girls winning three consecutive championship titles since 2012, followed by a runner-up championship in 2015, and finishing it off with a championship title in 2016. In addition, Taylor Davis won an individual title in 2016 with a score of 479-410. Taylor Davis also bowled a 300 in the state finals last season. The boys have won 2 individual championships by Tylor Greene in both 2010 and 2012. With team effort the boys bowled a 300 game in the conference finals this season. The boys and the girls both have great bonding, which leads to their amazing wins. The boys and girls both continue to win and are going to the state finals this year to bring home another one.
These cards have had a phenomenal season this year, and now they are competing at the bowling state championships. So far the Boys Bowling team is ranked number three in the division and the Girls are ranked number 1. To learn more about the teams and their last competition click here
Both teams have passed the qualifiers and are ready for the next round! Girls Finished 1st and boys finished 4th.
Both teams bowled hard but sadly our boys lost a tough match to Hudsonville. They did finish in the top eight of our state. Our girls had advanced for the sixth straight year into the semifinals and played Rockford. To see how these matches played out watch the video below.
To kick off this game day week we have a Tuesday double header. DTV will be airing the Girls game live at 6 and Boys at 7:30. Our varsity basketball teams will be playing be Goodrich High school, and here’s what you can expect for the game tonight. Look’s like our lady cards are going to have a tough battle tonight with a season record of 2 and 9 going against a team that’s first in their GAC Red division with a season record of 9 and 4. The Goodrich gals aren’t going to give up a win easily, they are on a winning streak of five games, so good luck lady cards. With our boy’s on the other hand, it looks like the win will come a little easier. Davison Boys are on fire with a win streak of 7 games and a season record of 10 and 1. The Martians should be a little more worried with a season record 6 and 5. Some key players to keep an eye out for tonight will be senior Josh Moriartey, Junior Garret Goyette, and Junior Drew Flemming. These players have really stepped up their game on court with the absence sophomore Cade Coleman. Nonetheless we are looking forward to two great games tonight.
The girls game was neck and neck almost the whole game ending with a final score of 55-46. The boys game ended with a 4th quarter of foal after foal and was also a tight race ending with a score of 53-45
Click here to watch the Girls game – http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/davison-high-school-davison-mi/ca94a792c2
Click here to watch the Boys game – http://www.nfhsnetwork.com/events/davison-high-school-davison-mi/dffc38a62b
Cross town rivals Detroit Cass Tech and Detroit Catholic Central went head to head at Ford Field for the division 1 finals. The game started off with a touchdown for Cass Tech from number 16, Tenoe Allen. Both teams are equality matched in both skill and willpower to win the state championship, causing a lot of back and forth between the teams. With minutes left the Detroit Central Shamrocks got two touchdowns in 12 seconds one from number 38, Isaac Darkangelo and a 35 yard pass interception for a touchdown by number 84, Jack Morris ran in with a 35 yard to end the first quarter with a score of 14 to 7 to Detroit Central
Going into the second quarter with Cass Tech came back with a vengeance starting with number 16 ,Tenoe Allen running in 20 yards and falling into the end zone for a touchdown tying the game up . With 5 minutes left Cass Tech came in for another touchdown Number 2, Donovan Johnson ran in 60 yards for a touchdown putting the Technicians in the lead 21-14. The Shamrocks are putting up a fight though but the Technicians just keep stopping them, not letting them get anywhere with the ball. Going to halftime with a score of 21-14 to Cass Tech.
The Third Quarter starts with Detroit Catholic Kicking off. Touch down by Cass Tech’s number 13, Donovan Parker with 42 yards. The score 28-14 with 10:58 remaining in the Third quarter. Touchdown by Cass Tech’s number 9, Donovan Jones scores, bringing the score up to 35-14. There’s 8:02 remaining in the Third quarter and Cass Tech is destroying Detroit Catholic. Cass Tech Scores again with 6:15 remaining in the third quarter. Number 2, Johnson celebrates as the prospects of the, winning look good. With 3:50 remaining one of Sham rocks players leave the field with a leg injury one of many in today’s game. The Third quarter ends with the score of 42-14.
Fourth Quarter is here and the game is already set for the end. Cass Tech is dominating but the shamrocks are not about give up. Cass Tech scores again, only a few minutes into the fourth quarter. The clock remains running and won’t stop for anything but timeouts and injuries. A Timeout was called with 6:26 remaining in the game. Detroit Catholic finally scores with 00:47 remaining but it won’t be enough to win this game. The score is left at 49-20 as the game comes to an end with Cass Tech taking the victory of the Division 1 finals and the coach bolting onto the field with a big smile on his face.
From Saginaw Arthur Hill to Grand Blanc the bird gang remains undefeated, in and out of the regular season, while throughout the season, beating each team by at least 3 touchdowns or more. These boys have been literally getting down and push – push – pushing for greatness, and as Davison serenades themselves with yet another sweet sweet 48-12 victory, these hometown heroes overcame from last year and passed the first round and moving onto the second. Clarkston took on long time DHS rival Lapeer and took the win under their wing (48-12). Next Friday, Clarkston will be coming on over to Cardinal Country for the second round. Clarkston’s record in the regular season was 7-2 and this playoff win makes it 8-2. Last time playing Clarkston was in 2012 and they did over come and beat the cards, 41 to 0. DTV will be going live and Kaitlin Abdella and Jordyn Bruns will be announcing the game live at 7 next Friday, on charter channel 191.
Davison is close to our third time ever having an undefeated regular season. The last time Davison had an undefeated season was 10 years ago in 2006. Davison lost in the Semifinals to Muskegon, 43-21. The Only Time was Undefeated before that was 15 years before in 1991 the season was 9-1 and Davison had lost to East Lansing,26-6.
Davison played Bay City Western last week and here’s the highlights.
This season Tariq Reid had a total of 28 touchdowns this season, scoring four in his last game vs Bay City Western. Austin Rolland scores on a 99 yard kick return making the game 56-7.
The Davison Cards will be playing their first game of the season against Saginaw Arthur Hill, at home in cardinal staduim. DTV will be there catching all the action tonight at 7 in our first live broadcast of the new year. DTV’s own Kaitlin Abdella and school board member Kim Lindsay will be announcing tonight’s action. You can watch the live stream on the NFHS Network & DTVnews.org of tune in to Channel 191 on Charter Cable. The Nest will be pumped and sporting white for tonight’s white out game. But if you are not able to make it, replays will be aired all weekend at noon and 7 or you can always find passed games and stories on our website, dtvnews.org.
Watch a promo for the game and video of the team and coach getting ready for the season.
The first Genesee County all-star football game came to DHS on Saturday, June 11th. Davison is got the chance to host this sporting event, which took place for the very first time and comprised of senior players from all over the county. Kaitlin Abdella and Chris Jared commentated over the game and DTV also streamed the event live on Youtube and channel 191.
For more info head to DHS Coach Zim’s Twitter: https://twitter.com/DCardinalZimm
The Davison Wrestling team will hit the road and the mats on March 3rd – March 5th at the Palace of Auburn Hills for the Individual State Finals. Max Johnson, Deven Perez, Kurt Schlak, Logan Mabbitt, Tanner Thomas, Ryan Schlak, Brenden McRill, Gabe Ellis, AJ Facundo, Steven Garty, and Brian Case are the eleven taking part in these matches for the title. On top of the individual title matches at The Palace, Coach Roy Hall lead the team to second place last weekend at the Team State Finals. Congratulations to all DHS Wrestlers!
Each year, DTV submits it’s projects to two statewide contests held by the Michigan Association of Broadcasters (MAB) and the Michigan Interscholastic Press Association (MIPA). Each contest has categories that individual videos are submitted to. DTV has been earned dozens of awards, most for individual categories, and some for the bigger awards, which you can read about at https://dtvnews.org/awards/. You can check out the content submitted this year on our Youtube page, or the sports content on NFHS.
Below are some samples that DTV has entered this year: