Monday, January 21, 2013
Serxho Guraleci, a Stevenson High School graduate and Wayne State football player, died while working out Jan. 21.
Utica Community Schools lost one of its former star athletes Monday with the unexpected death of 22-year-old Serxho Guraleci, according to The Detroit Free Press. Guraleci was a Stevenson High School graduate who most recently played senior nose tackle for Wayne State University's football team. He died while working out Monday morning in Macomb County, the Free Press reports. The cause of death has not been reported.
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Utica Community Schools graduate and Green Bay Packers Football star Frank Zombo returns to his roots to teach kids about integrity.
Utica Community Schools graduate and Green Bay Packers Football star Frank Zombo returned to his roots Wednesday to teach kids about integrity, hard work and determination. Zombo addressed more than 1,300 sixth grade students at Palazzo Grande in Shelby Township during the first day of the 2-day annual Career Focus Luncheon, which was coordinated by the UCS Foundation for Educational Excellence. Students had a chance to sit with working professionals and ask them questions about their career and what led them to their path. After lunch, Zombo filled the students in on his background and the importance of the hard work, post-secondary experiences and his academic commitment, which helped guide his success. Zombo attended Oakbrook Elementary…
Friday, September 2, 2011
Both the teams and the student sections got pumped to play their biggest rivals in the league opener where Ike was victorious.
It was only one minute into the game and Stevenson High School was forced to punt from within its own 15 yard line. The snap is good, the kicker winds up … and the punt is blocked! Eisenhower senior defensive end Dominic DiClemente recovered the ball and ran it in for a touchdown. It was this play that set the tone for the Thursday night game and propelled Eisenhower High School on to win 35-0 over the Stevenson Titans, their biggest rival. The teams went back and forth with some big plays in the first quarter as Stevenson recovered their own punt and Ike had an interception. But it was the Eisenhower Eagles that prevailed with another touchdown by junior running back Shane King with a little over a minute to play to make it 14-0. And …
Wednesday, August 31, 2011
The Eisenhower and Stevenson football teams keep the longtime rivalry running with their 7 p.m. competition Thursday night at Stevenson High School.
Blitz, fumble, lateral, sack … even if you don’t recognize any of these as football terms, you should recognize this one: rivalry. That is exactly what is going on tomorrow night with the Eisenhower vs. Stevenson high school football game. The September 1 game at 7 p.m. will be the league opener for these two rival teams, both of which play in the Macomb Area Conference Red Division. Eisenhower’s and Stevenson’s teams have combined to make more than 30 playoff appearances and win 15 MAC Red Division titles. While this rivalry has a long history, it looks like it could even help predict the future. With the Eagles coming in as the league’s preseason favorite and the Titans looking to regroup after a rebuilding year with new coach Steve …