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Troy HS Sports — Week of 5/1/22

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The spring sports season is underway for the Troy Colts. The school is competing in baseball, softball, boys golf, girls soccer, boys and girls lacrosse, boys and girls water polo, and girls tennis during this spring season.

An overview of the full sports schedule for Troy HS this week is below:

On Monday, May 2nd, the baseball team has a double-header against the Chelsea Bulldogs at 4:00pm and 6:00pm.

On Tuesday, May 3rd, the girls water polo team will play the Wylie E Groves Falcons at 7:00pm. The girls soccer team will face the Stoney Creek Cougars at 7:00pm as well.

On Wednesday, May 4th, the boys golf team will play the Berkley Bears at 3:30pm, the girls tennis team will face the Cranbrook Cranes at 4:00pm, the baseball team will play the Warren Mott Marauders at 4:30pm, and the softball team will play the Clawson Trojans at 7:00pm.

On Thursday, May 5th, the softball team will host a double-header against the Stoney Creek Cougars at 4:30pm and 6:30pm
On Friday, May 6th, the boys baseball team will host a double-header against the Rochester Falcons at 4:30pm and 6:30pm.

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