Drew Ellis, Daily Tribune

Drew Ellis

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Waterford Township, MI, United States

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Past articles by Drew:

What the odds tell us about the Detroit Pistons and Thursday’s NBA Draft

The NBA Draft has been a big staple for the Detroit Pistons and its rebuilding process under general manager Troy Weaver. → Read More

Country Day unable to ride fast start past unbeaten FH Central in D2 lacrosse final

Detroit Country Day got out to a 3-0 start in the Division 2 boys lacrosse championship game, but the Rangers would show the resiliency needed of a championship squad, slowly grinding out Country D… → Read More

Catholic Central unable to fend off Hartland in 8-7 loss in D1 semifinals

In the end, Catholic Central just couldn’t hang on to the lead, suffering an 8-7 loss to Hartland in the Division 1 state semifinals at Parker Middle School in Howell. → Read More

Country Day overcomes slow start to advance to first state final since 2014

On Wednesday, the Yellowjackets were determined not to let postseason disappointment happen again. After facing an early three-goal deficit, DCD controlled most of the game to pick up a 12-10 win o… → Read More

Grandville defense stymies Clarkston in D1 boys lacrosse quarterfinal

The Clarkston Wolves came out flat to start the second half of Friday’s Division 1 lacrosse quarterfinal, giving up three goals in the opening few minutes, allowing Grandville to pull away an… → Read More

Country Day continues postseason blitz with 17-5 win over Cranbrook in D2 regional final

Country Day moved a step closer toward competing for its first state title since 2014 on Tuesday night when it stormed past Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood, 17-5, in the Division 2 regional fi… → Read More

Lake Orion shows growth in 12-4 win over Romeo in regional semifinal

Romeo hosted Lake Orion in a Division 1 regional semifinal match Wednesday, and the Dragons dominated the contest, holding the Bulldogs scoreless for over 36 minutes of play while earning a 12-4 vi… → Read More

Lutheran NW alum Shane McCatty a key piece to USPBL’s success

Things have come full circle for Shane McCatty. The former Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest standout and member of the Washington Nationals organization has been with the USPBL since it first sta… → Read More

Galassi shooting for Triple Crown while hoping to lead Unicorns to another title

After leading the league in RBI and total bases in 2021, Drue Galassi has much bigger goals entering the 2022 USPBL season with the Utica Unicorns. → Read More

Loukinen, Verbrugge looking to elevate their games in 2022 USPBL season

Coming into the 2022 season, there’s plenty of talented arms that are hoping to add their name to the list of 45 USPBL alums that signed with MLB organizations. → Read More

Noce moving from manager to USPBL field coordinator

A former Major League Baseball player with the Chicago Cubs and Cincinnati Reds, Paul Noce has spent more than 40 years of his life dedicated to the game. → Read More

After surviving pandemic years, USPBL ready for biggest season yet in 2022

When USPBL founder Andy Appleby decided to start an independent baseball league in 2016, he couldn’t have imagined facing the challenges he did the last two years. → Read More

South Lyon United finishes off unbeaten LVC season with 14-11 win over Walled Lake Western

South Lyon ran through the five-team league throughout the season, capping a perfect 8-0 record on Wednesday night with a 14-11 victory over upset-minded Walled Lake Western. → Read More

Clarkston avoids upset scare from Lake Orion to win OAA Red title

The Clarkston boys lacrosse team came into Monday night a perfect 11-0 and needing one more win to secure the OAA Red championship in 2022. But, standing in the way of the Wolves was Lake Orion and… → Read More

Lions favored to land Aidan Hutchinson entering Thursday’s NFL Draft

The NFL Draft is one of the biggest weekends of the year for Detroit Lions fans. → Read More

Jack Scott sparks Troy’s senior class to 13-8 win over Troy Athens

TROY — With a total of 20 seniors on the Troy boys lacrosse roster, there was no way the Colts were going to fall to rival Troy Athens on Senior Night. → Read More

Do oddsmakers see Detroit Tigers as a playoff contender in 2022?

The smell of hope is in the air. It has been eight years since the Tigers found themselves in the MLB playoffs. → Read More

Clarkston starts fast, rallies to hold off Cranbrook-Kingswood in season opener

BLOOMFIELD HILLS — The Clarkston boys lacrosse team got the first of many gut-checks this season during Tuesday’s 2022 opener at Cranbrook-Kingswood, needing to rally after a hot start before beati… → Read More

Michigan’s NCAA title hopes improve, but still an underdog vs. Villanova

The Michigan Wolverines may be a surprise entrant in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament, but it’s certainly a position the program has become accustomed to. → Read More

MSU, Michigan first-round favorites, but NCAA title longshots

The month of March has been pretty good to the state of Michigan when it comes to the NCAA Tournament. → Read More