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Posted On: 03/25/18 7:52 PM

Detroit Edison Public School Academy has won the last two Class C titles in Michigan and, barring some sort of catastrophe, it appears like there’s very little way they’ll avoid winning a third next winter. The only team to beat the Pioneers in this year’s regular season was Ypsilanti Arbor Prep, and they paid that back in bunches in the title game. Furthermore, with the graduation of seven seniors, including Miss Basketball finalist Lasha Petree, the Gators may take a step back to reload this season, making it just that much more unlikely that anyone will find the magic formula to beat Edison. The only thing that might stop Edison’s march to a three-peat in Class C might be a classification change up to Class B, should the Pioneers choose to make the move, to challenge themselves.

Detroit Edison PSA (24-1)
You could argue that the Pioneers, who only lose two seniors in Oretha Humphries and Tennessee State-bound Ashley Primas, have one of the top two or three players in each of the subsequent three graduating classes. Point guard Damiya Hagemann was one of the best freshmen in the state, while Gabrielle Elliott was one of the best two

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