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West Bloomfield School District Athletics Postponed During School Closure

At this time and throughout the school closure, all athletic activities are cancelled including; practices, competitions, conditioning, weight training, student organized practices or activities, captains’ practices, parent organized practices or events, fundraisers, team building, etc.    To be very clear, there can be no activities connected to, related to or associated with athletics and athletes

Middle School Sports Contests are Canceled for Today

MHSAA just sent word out to suspend athletic events.  Therefore, the following matches have been canceled for middle school sports: Abbott Volleyball at Cranbrook Middle School Wrestling at Abbott OLMS Volleyball vs East Hills at OLMS   Thank you and we will provide further updates as information is available.  

Athletic Events/Activities for Remainder of the Week

Please see information below pertaining to West Bloomfield School District’s Athletic Events/Activities for the remainder of this week (3/12-3/13): Thursday, March 12th: All athletic practices/tryouts will continue on as planned for Thursday, March 12th.  Middle School athletic events are on as planned as well.  This includes Middle School Wrestling and Volleyball Matches.   Friday, March

Girls Gymnastics with a Strong Finish to the Season

The girls gymnastics team finished up the season with their conference meet on Friday, February 28th.  The team placed 3rd out of the 6 teams with a team score of 127.875.  This is the best performance at a conference meet since the team began 6 years ago.  This past weekend at Regionals we placed 6th out

Lakers Girls Basketball in Regional Semi-Finals Tuesday, March 10th

Please come out and support the Lakers Girls Basketball team as they battle Hartland in the Regional Semi-Finals at 5pm on Tuesday, March 10th.  The game will take place at Walled Lake Western High School and admission is $6.  Come see your League and District Champion Lakers as they look to continue their march through