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Somebody pass the Clearasil. Thanks to the Warren Woods-Tower girls soccer team, Lamphere has its first blemish in the MAC Gold Division.

Coach Skip Mukhtar topped the Rams 3-0 in a league game Wednesday.

Lamphere fell to 6-1-2 in the division. Warren Woods-Tower, which topped Clawson 1-0 on Tuesday, is 4-3-1 in Gold competition. The Titans are 8-3-3 overall.

“I thought beating Clawson was a big win and it was,” said Mukhtar. “But this one was even bigger. When we played Lamphere at our place earlier in the season, they beat us 3-0.”

Warren Woods-Tower won back to back MAC Silver championships before being moved into the Gold Division this season. The team’s warmup shirts state “Enough Silver, Go For The Gold.”

It was 24-karat Gold performance against Lamphere.

Scoring were Rebecca Elliott, Padoua Yang and Rayne Tuer, who also had an assist. Adding assists were Alyssa Agueros and Mackenzie Nitz. Goalkeeper Lacy Doehring picked up her fifth shutout.

The Titans’ defense was outstanding. Playing in back were Samantha Blalock, Haylay Cicola, Mary Hall, Hannah Ali and Christine Weertz.

“It was a defensive game. We didn’t score our first goal until 66 minutes into the game,” said Mukhtar. “Our defense was really solid.”

The WWT Titans welcome Port Huron Monday.


EISENHOWER 5, GROSSE POINTE SOUTH 0: Jillian Winarski scored two goals and Lauren DeBeau had a goal and two assists for visiting Eisenhower. Meike Ingles scored a goal and had an assist, Megan Sidaway scored a goal and Bella Jodzis had an assist.

ANCHOR BAY 1, FORD 1: Kayla Polisano gave the Tars (2-1-2, 10-1-3) a lead 16 minutes in off assists from Bella Hunter to Lindsey Shira. Keeper Ally Gaunt made 10 saves. Coach Kevin Grammens commended the second half defensive efforts of Vanna Pratte, Izzy Bertolini, Kassidy Miller and Mackenzie Rahn.

Olivia Parra scored the Falcons’ goal came on a PK. Keepers Emma Bouterwick and Maddi Vick combined to make five saves.


ROMEO 2, GROSSE POINTE NORTH 1: Freshman forward Sophia Romine scored both goals to help lead the Bulldogs to their first win in the division (1-3-2, 4-6-2.) Macy Manchester picked up an assist.

Goalkeeper Maddie Turley played a strong game. She made six saves.

Romeo welcomes Anchor Bay for its Cancer Awareness game Friday.

UTICA 4, L’ANSE CREUSE NORTH 1: Liz Balag scored two goals, Ari Jalics scored on a penalty kick and Maddi Motloch added a goal as Utica won behind senior keeper Kaley Brenizer, who made seven saves. Jalics had two assists and Skylar Gilbert one. The Chieftains are 3-2 in the division and 9-5-2 overall.

Caitlin O'Malley had the goal for LCN (4-1-1, 10-2-1) off an assist from Julianna D'Agostino. Keeper Erica Peer made six saves.

DAKOTA 2, FRASER 1: Jessica Giese’s second-half goal from an assist by Brooke Thomas broke a 1-1 tie and lifted visiting Dakota. Gabby Karam scored on a first-half penalty kick after Cougar Megan Mulrenin was fouled in the box.


LAKE SHORE 3, WARREN-MOTT 2: Shannon Marsh tallied two goals, and Melanie LaForest also scored for the victorious Shorians.

Assisting were Heather Vredenburg, Gabby Kelel and Hannah Smigielski. Goalkeeper Caitlyn Harwood made five saves.

CHIPPEWA VALLEY 8, LAKEVIEW 0: Madi Medalle scored three goals and Ewelina Papiez added two to pace Chippewa Valley. Kerrigan Johnson, Natalie Harris and Adela Papiez scored a goal each as the Big Reds won behind keepers Elena Miller and Annie Miklas.


STERLING HEIGHTS 8, EAST DETROIT 0: Six goals by Dano Kluz propelled the Stallions to victory. Also scoring were Lelja Sabanovic, and Bri Ghanem.

Sterling Heights, which remains undefeated in MAC Silver play (10-0, 10-2) takes on Center Line Monday.

CENTER LINE 1, SOUTH LAKE 1: Jewel Smith scored the goal for the Panthers (5-3-1, 6-6-1) and Emily Paterson got the assist.

Emily Cowles had the goal for the Cavaliers (3-5-2, 3-6-2) and keeper Aniya Palmer made 12 saves.

FITZGERALD 3, NEW HAVEN 0: Randi Fitzgerald, Destine Hughes and Ahtziry Gutierrez had the goals and keeper Julia Ciccone recorded her third shutout of the season for the Spartans (6-4-0, 8-6-0).


STEVENSON 3, COUSINO 0: Keeper Hannah Scopas made seven saves, while Olivia Andre, Natalie Martorana and Jamie Ciacico had goals for the Titans. Alayna Johnson, Claudia Andre and Shea Riera each had an assist.


ARMADA 2, YALE 1: Emily Diederich and Ellaina Todd each had a goal for the Tigers (5-1-2, 5-4-2). Emily Padyjasek and Bethany Ruczinski had assists.

RICHMOND 3, IMLAY CITY 0: Andrea Sekloch (assist), Adriana Kunce and Courtney Tessmer had goal and keeper Brooke Kazmierczak made six saves for the Blue Devils (6-1-3, 6-3-3)


MARLETTE 1, MEMPHIS 0: Keeper Jeralyn Glod made eight saves for the Yellowjackets (3-1-1, 7-2-2).

Last Updated: 5/10/2017 10:16:21 PM EST