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Soccer Goes To 9th Shoot Out Kick

Novi 2, Livonia Stevenson 1 (PKs) – At Novi, Novi won in penalty kicks, 8-7. Ryan Kobakof scored the goal for Novi, while Hunter Mullett scored for Stevenson. In the shootout, Tommy McMaster saved two penalty kicks and Ian Hanley netted the winning penalty kick for Novi (13-3-3).

Novi Volleyball Wins Saline Tourney

In the tournament held at Saline, Novi went (5-0) on the day. Novi defeated Saline in the semifinals. In the final, Novi outlasted Temperance Bedford ranked number two in the state 26-24, 25-18 and 15-11. Top performers for the tournament included, Erin O’Leary had 107 assists, 17 digs, 14 aces and 11 kills. Victoria Iacobella

Tennis Wins Regional

NOVI – The perfection continues … for the Novi tennis team. The Wildcats won six flight championships and cruised to the Division 1 regional tile on their home courts Friday afternoon. Novi, which had all eight of its flights reach the championship round, tallied 30 team points to easily outdistance runner-up Northville (24). Junior Koushik

Final regular season boys state tennis rankings

Here are the latest state high school boys tennis rankings from the Michigan High School Tennis Coaches Association, released Monday, October 6. DIVISION 1 1. Novi 2. Troy 3. Birmingham Brother Rice 4. Ann Arbor Huron 5. Ann Arbor Pioneer 6. Rochester Adams 7. Northville 8. Grosse Pointe South 9. Bloomfield Hills 10. Troy Athens

Girls Golf Qualifies for State Tournament

Congratulations!!!!!! Novi qualified for state finals.   At regionals Thursday, Mercy took 1st, 335; Novi 2nd, 344; and Northville 3rd, 356.  Top three teams at a regional move on to the states finals Counting scores for Novi were:  Katelyn Henry, 83 (T5th); Alexa Hatz, 84 (7th); Madison Kroetsch, 86 (T9); Abby Livingston, 91 (T16).  5th scores was Maya Grandstaff,

Girls Golf Win Association

The KLAA Tournament was held at Walnut Creek on Monday, 10/6.  The Novi Wildcats won the tournament with a school record 333 and are KLAA Association Champions.  Scores for Novi were:  Katelyn Henry with a 78 her season low and 2nd place as an individual (field size 134), Abby Livingston, 81 (5th), Madison Kroetsch, Alexa

Novi stuns previously-unbeaten South Lyon

The Novi football team rode a lightning bolt to a crucial victory Friday night and that lightning bolt’s name was Emanuel Jackson. The junior “do-it-all” playmaker was the definition of electrifying and put up close to 400 total yards, scoring three touchdowns, including the game-clincher on a 41-yard run in the fourth quarter to lift

Novi’s Wang and Northville’s Johnston connected at the net

To those living in Novi and Northville, Tim Wang and Connor Johnston are pretty good tennis players. In that “Vacuum” – a stretch spanning north and south from Five Mile to 14 Mile and east and west from Haggerty to Napier roads – people understand just how talented these two young athletes are. But the

WILDCAT XC DEFEATS SOUTH LYON EAST

The Novi Cross Country team took 11 out of the first twelve places in defeating the South Lyon East Panthers 20-43 last Tuesday.  Sophomore Aric Landy and Senior Collin Thomas led the way for the Wildcats.