Monday, February 25, 2013
Stoney Creek High School won first place at the Division 1 Competitive Cheer Regionals Saturday.
TROY — Finishing the Division 1 Competitive Cheer Regionals in seventh place, Eisenhower High School's varsity cheer team was just 35 points off the score needed to secure a place in the state finals. Going into round three in third place, Eisenhower fell short of the scores posted by Southgate Anderso, Rochester, Sterling Heights Stevenson, Rochester Adams, Dakota and Stoney Creek high schools, the last of which saved its best for the final round, scoring 315 points to clinch the Div. 2-1 regional championship on Saturday afternoon. The Cougars finished with 775.64 to earn a return trip to the state finals in Grand Rapids next week, where Stoney Creek finished third in its division. Rochester High, who took a 0.10 lead into the final …
Saturday, November 3, 2012
Last minute touchdown puts Lake Orion ahead of Utica Eisenhower to win the Division 1 championship trophy.
Last minute touchdown puts Lake Orion ahead of Utica Eisenhower to win the Division 1 championship trophy. The loss marked the end of Eisenhower's 5-game winning streak.
Monday, October 22, 2012
Just days after beating Warren Cousino, Eisenhower will take on Warren Mott in the first round of the state playoffs.
The Eisenhower varsity football team will take on Warren Mott during the first game of the Div. 1 state championship playoffs. The Sunday evening announcement came just days after the Eagles topped Warren Cousino 28-14 in the Oct. 19 home game. Last year, Eisenhower lost to Detroit Cass Tech 6-3 in the Division 1 football state semifinals. The team ended with an 11-2 record. So far, Eisenhower is holding tight to its 7-2 record. The date and time of Eisenhower's first playoff game will be announced later this week, according to the MHSAA (Michigan High School Athletic Association). Other local, first-round matchups include Clinton Township Chippewa Valley and Macomb Dakota. This information was provided in a press release from the MHSAA. …
Wednesday, October 17, 2012
Winner of My TV 20's Bracket Challenge will receive $1,000 and a promotional announcement.
The Eisenhower High School Marching Band needs you! The Eaglers are part of the My TV 20 “Battle of the Bands” Bracket Challenge. People can vote online for the Eisenhower High School Marching Band. My TV 20 said on its website that it’s looking for metro Detroit’s most talented high school marching band. The brackets are set and now it’s time to vote. The school with the most fan votes each week will move through the bracket. The winning school will receive a $1,000 donation to its band program and be featured in a TV20 promotional announcement. Voters can like My TV 20 on Facebook and follow the station on Twitter for results and information. For those who show their school spirit via Facebook or Twitter, My TV 20 could make an …
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Eisenhower High School will hold it's third annual "Rock the Vote" political rally Oct. 3.
The Eisenhower Student Council will not be sitting idly as the election season creeps up and seniors who may be eligible to vote don't register. On Oct. 3, Eisenhower High School will hold it's third annual "Rock the Vote" politcal rally to promote the importance of voting. During the three-hour rally, the Student Council will provide information regarding both parties and bring in speakers such as Macomb County Exeucutive Mark Hackel to explain the process. Students will also learn how to get involved with politics. Voter registration for students 18 and older and staff members will also be taking place. Keynote speakers from both political parties will hold a question and answer session from 7:20 a.m. to 10:20 a.m.
Thursday, September 13, 2012
Take a look at some of the brightest and best students in the country.
Ten Utica Community School seniors have been named semi-finalists in the National Merit Scholarship program. The UCS students scored among the top 16,000 students – or less than one percent – nationally in the 2011 Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test. Approximately 1.5 million U.S. high school students enter the National Merit Scholarship program during their junior year. The UCS Students are Georgia Hurchalla, of Henry Ford II High School; Michael Anderson and Neesirg Patel, of Stevenson High School; Jessica Gaines, Lucas Weingartz, and Troy Zuccaro, of the Utica Academy for International Studies; Mark Cunningham, of Utica High School, and Benjamin Austin, Samantha Kulhanek, and Sanjana Murali of Eisenhower High …
Friday, August 24, 2012
Eagles will play Port Huron at Wayne State on Aug. 25.
Chris Smith’s debut as the head coach of the Eisenhower High School football team will come on a big stage against a familiar foe. Eisenhower will begin the 2012 high school football season by taking on Port Huron in the Detroit Sports Commission Prep Kickoff Classic at Wayne State University on Saturday, Aug. 25. Eisenhower advanced to last year’s Division 1 state semifinals. Smith, who was named head coach after the retirement of Bob Lantzy, will lead the Eagles against Port Huron. The Big Reds defeated Eisenhower in the 2011 regular season. This year, Eisenhower and Port Huron will meet at 1:30 p.m. on Aug. 25 at Tom Adams Field in Wayne State. The Detroit Sports Commission Prep Kickoff Classic formerly was called the Big Day Prep …
Tuesday, August 21, 2012
With the first day of school around the corner, UCS high schools are holding orientation and registration this week.
During registration, students can get their class schedules, parking passes, student activity cards, and put in an early order for the yearbook. Student pictures/ID will be taken. Students must bring all 2012 forms completed. At the conclusion of the registration process, students will receive their class schedule. Tuesday, Aug. 21 at Eisenhower High School Wednesday, Aug. 22 at Eisenhower High School Thursday, Aug. 23 at Eisenhower High School Tuesday, Aug. 21 at Utica High School Wednesday, Aug. 22 at Utica High School Thursday, Aug. 23 at Utica High School For more information on Utica High school, visit www.macomb.k12.mi.us/utica.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
Flags ordered lowered Wednesday in honor of fallen soldier 1st Lt. Todd Lambka, an Eisenhower graduate.
Gov. Rick Snyder has ordered all U.S. flags to be lowered Wednesday, Aug. 15, in honor of Shelby Township-native 1st Lt. Todd Lambka's death. Lambka, a 2006 Eisenhower High School graduate, died Aug. 1 from injuries sustained by an improvised explosive device in Paktikap province, Afghanistan. He was 25. Pvt. 1st Class Jesus Lopez, 22, of San Bernardino, Calif., also was killed, the military said. Lambka, who lived in Fraser, graduated in 2010 from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, NY. He was assigned to the 1st Battalion of the 28th Infantry Regiment in the 4th Infantry Brigade Combat Team of the 1st Infantry Division in Fort Riley, Kan., according to the Military Times. Lambka was awarded the Bronze Star Medal and Purple Heart …
Thursday, December 1, 2011
Tell us what you'll miss most about Eisenhower football Coach Bob Lantzy.
As an Eisenhower alumna and former Bob Lantzy student, the news of his retirement from football Wednesday, marks the end of an era and comes with mixed emotions. I immediately feel happiness for Lantzy’s wife Joan, and for the many more hours she’ll gain with her 65-year-old husband who retired from teaching at Ike a few years ago, and sadness for all the former students who have such fond memories of the winning coach and the future students who will never Lantzy's infectious enthusiasm. Lantzy has won more than 300 games as the only coach in the program’s history since its inception in 1971. On Wednesday evening, at a postseason banquet at Palazzo Grande, Lantzy handed out awards and thanked the coaching staff for a great year. He …