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Cranes in the Community- Focus: Hope

The Cranbrook Football team participated in a community service event to help feed and clothe those in need this past weekend. On Saturday, August 28th, 2016 Cranbrook Varsity and JV players got up early to make their way to Focus: HOPE in Detroit, a longstanding charity dedicated to overcoming poverty. “Many families go without adequate food and clothing in our community, it’s important that we all share in the assistance of those in need,” said Cranbrook Football Head Coach Joe D’Angelo. The Cranes prepared boxes of food as a part of the Commodity Supplemental Food Program, established in 1971. The program assists mothers with children under 6 and low income seniors over 60 with supplemen

Game Review-The Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Cranes (1-0) win season opener; prevail against the Hamtr

The Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Cranes (1-0) won their season opener against the Hamtramck Cosmos (0-1) 23-19 at Del Walden Field. This marks the 6th consecutive year the Cranes have opened the season on a winning note. The Cranes opened their scoring on a 28-yard field goal by junior Trevor McConnell. After the Cranes defense held on the ensuing series, Cranbrook found the end zone on a 51-yard pass play from senior Tyler Santangelo to junior Aaron Wiggins. The Cranes held a 10-0 lead at the end of the first quarter. Hamtramck found their footing in the second quarter, behind the running of senior Jerrice Duhart and junior Masaii Ray. Their balanced running attack would lead to good field

Game Preview- The Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Cranes face the Hamtramck Cosmos in season opener.

The Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Cranes open the 2016 football season against the Hamtramck Cosmos. The Cranes are coming off a 9-2 season last year, while the Cosmos finished 4-5 in 2015. This game is a renewal of an old Metro Conference rivalry. Cranbrook played in the Metro Conference from 1975 to 2009. Cranbrook has a 27-5 all-time record against Hamtramck, including a 12 win streak from 1999 through 2009. Cranbrook joined the Catholic League in 2010. “It’s always good to renew old rivalries,” said Cranbrook Head Coach Joe D’Angelo “It’s a good measuring stick to see just how far we have come.” The Hamtramck Cosmos have measured themselves; they are ready to go to the next yard. The Cosmo

Season Preview- The Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Cranes seek higher heights; New destinations for 2016

The Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Cranes begin their football season with high hopes and broader possibilities for 2016. With a solid crop of returning starters, the Cranes look to take a step forward toward a winning season, with promising post-season scenarios for the team. The Cranes finished last season 9-2, with losses coming only to Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes and Detroit Country Day. Both of these teams made deep run in the playoffs, with Lakes only losing in the state finals by a touchdown, and Country Day making it all the way to the state semi-finals and losing by the same margin. It took very good football teams to beat Cranbrook last year. “We learned how to win close games l

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