Catholic League & Brother Rice
The Catholic League of France, sometimes referred to by contemporary (and modern) Roman Catholics as the Holy League, a major player in the French Wars of Religion, was formed by Duke Henry of Guise in 1576. The League intended the eradication of Protestants—also known as Calvinists or Huguenots—out of Catholic France during the Protestant Reformation. Brother Rice High School is a Roman Catholic all-boys non-residential college prep school with approximately 700 students located in Bloomfield Township, Michigan (Bloomfield Hills mailing address)./5
Loyola baseball team beats Bishop McNamara 21-9 in five innings. Ramblers now 15-2 and 7-0 in Catholic League. They play Brother Rice on Sat
Whos winning catholic for football — Brother Rice, but it's the Catholic League,every game/team is tough.
TOP 10 RANKINGS AS OF 2DAY 5-23-13 FROM MLIVE.COM 1. Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice (23-8-1): The Warriors dominated in the Catholic League title game last week and then showed some resiliency by coming from behind in two games against Bishop Foley, winning one and tying the other. Rice caps the regular season with a doubleheader against Rochester Adams on Friday. 2. Sterling Heights Stevenson (22-6): In the clash of the MAC Red Titans, it was the Stevenson Titans that fittingly won. Stevenson is flying high right now after sweeping Macomb Dakota to capture the outright MAC Red title. Expect its No. 4 ranking in the state to improve. 3. Madison Heights Bishop Foley (24-3): Despite getting out-hit in the win over Pontiac Notre Dame Prep in the Catholic League C-D title game, Bishop Foley really didn’t need bats that much as plenty of walks and a few errors helped them out. Still, timely hitting was there. Coming away with a loss and a tie against Brother Rice when it had the lead in both games is pretty a ...
Brother Rice pulls of a thrilling comeback and nips Seton, 51-49 to move atop the Catholic League South standings.
Catholic League well represented in State semifinal games this weekend
On Saturday, October 13, the Brother Rice cross country team competed in the Catholic League Championship at Turtlehead Lake.
What a rush! Brother Rice defeats Catholic Central 20-14 in the Catholic League showdown. Brian Walker went for over 200 yards and a score. Definitely felt as though that was our best game as a broadcast team, too. Scott M. Burnstein, Emmy Lucas, Danielle Mann, Dave Scott, and everyone else put on a heck of a show (the Stream Michigan folks are the best!), and made calling a great game like that even more of an experience. Thank you team, and thank you fans for tuning in!
Come tailgate at Z's on Thurs, May 24, for the Catholic League Championship: U of D vs Brother Rice @ 7:30 pm Comerica Park ~ Drink and food specials! Wear MAROON!
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