No. 8 at FHGC
Parker Salowich II of Plymouth aced the 112-yard eighth hole at Farmington Hills Golf Club on May 7.
It was the first hole-in-one for the 44-year-old Salowich, who teaches at North Farmington High School and has been playing golf for 35 years.
The feat was witnessed by fellow golfers Mike Harfoot, Todd Schultz and Derek Day.
LJ Tucker and Mitchell Krass shot rounds of 49 and 50, respectively, to lead Harrison to a nine-hole victory May 7 over Southfield in boys golf, 207-255.
Nick Snell and Ryan Harris followed with a pair of 54s. Zack Heger shot 56 and Miles Peguese 59 for the Hawks.
Harrison also had a 174-203 win over Hazel Park at Red Oaks Golf Course on April 28.
Snell led the way that day with a personal best of 40. Elliot Seo shot 43 for the Hawks, Tucker 45, Peguese 46, Harris 50 and Jacob Coscarelly 51.
A pair of Farmington Hills players were named to the all-Michigan Intercollegiate Athletic Conference second team in women’s lacrosse team.
Carolyn Forbes attended Marian High School and plays for Calvin College. Julie Wood is a graduate of Mercy High School and plays for Albion College.
Wood was the MIAA assists leader at a shade more than two per game. She was charged with keeping the Britons in possession of the ball.
Junior Margaux Kabodian of Albion College and Mercy High School was named to the All-MIAA second team in women’s tennis.
Junior Michael Mertz of Adrian College and North Farmington High School was named to the all-MIAA second team in men’s tennis.
Farmington High School needs football coaches at the varsity, JV and freshman levels. Applicants should contact head coach John Bechtel at email@example.com.
is big success
The Mind over Matter 5k run/walk raised $30,000 brain cancer research, according to Teresa Pilibosian. More than 350 people participated in the event Sunday at Bloomfield Hills Middle School.