Friday, September 28, 2012

Week 6 Oakland County Football Picks

Last Week's Record: 11-1   Season Record: 55-17

Lakeland at Walled Lake Central
The Vikings are coming off of a blowout loss for the second time this season, and look for Central to bounce back once again with a grind-it-out win behind sophomore quarterback Nick Krumm.
Central 28, Lakeland 24

Rochester Adams at Farmington
Farmington has dealt with their fair share of bumps and bruises so far this year, but look for the Falcons to continue to follow their dominant defense to another big OAA White win.
Farmington 31, Adams 21

Auburn Hills Avondale at Birmingham Seaholm
High powered offense vs. high powered defense. This game is the definition of a matchup of teams that have contrasting styles. The question is, does Avondale have enough fire power to overcome the Seaholm defense? Yes.
Avondale 28, Seaholm 21

Rochester at Lake Orion
Rochester has proven to be a strong contender so far this year, but Lake Orion is on another level this year and is out to make another statement.
Lake Orion 38, Rochester 24

Berkley at Bloomfield Hills Lahser
Lahser is coming off of a tough loss at the hands of Notre Dame Prep, and Berkley is a team that could sneak up on the Knights if they’re not careful. This is a definite trap game for Lahser, but Spencer McCourt and Co. will survive.
Lahser 38, Berkley 31

Oxford at Southfield
The Blue Jays may have turned the corner in the second half of their comeback win over Farmington Hills Harrison, and if that is the case for Southfield, the OAA White better look out.
Southfield 35, Oxford 27

Dearborn Divine Child at Pontiac Notre Dame Prep
Notre Dame Prep took passed what was arguably their toughest test so far this year with flying colors last week with a statement win over Lahser and the Irish are up to 18 straight regular season wins and counting.
ND Prep 38, Divine Child 24

Northville at South Lyon East
This is a chance for the Cougars to prove that they are for real this year and the emergence of Wade Morris and Joe Reilly in the receiving game has South Lyon East thinking playoffs right now.
SLE 42, Northville 38

Birmingham Detroit Country Day at Hazel Park
This game has shootout written all over it, Hazel Park’s backfield trio of Tyner, Campbell and Bynum all went over the 200 yard mark last week while Country Day’s Richie Wilson has hovered around that mark all season long. This should be a fun one.
BDCD 49, Hazel Park 42

Novi Detroit Catholic Central at U-D Jesuit
Catholic Central has slowly, but surely been battling back from a rocky start, and now the duo of Anthony Darkangelo and Dylan Roney are looking to make it three straight for the Shamrocks.
NDCC 35, Jesuit 17

Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood at Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes
WOLL has looked nearly unbeatable so far this year, but the Lakers can’t overlook Danny Mogill and Co. Look for big games from the Laker backfield as they try to slow down a very capable passing attack.
WOLL 24, Cranbrook 14

Orchard Lake St. Mary’s at Birmingham Brother Rice (At Berkley)
This is without a doubt the game of the week, and possibly the game of the year. St. Mary’s topped a Cass Tech squad that had already beaten the Warriors this year, but look for Brian Walker and Shon Powell to lead the way in the run game on Saturday night.
Brother Rice 21, OLSM 17

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