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New Haven's Michael Kincaid (2) takes on Clawson's Steven Klein (20). (The Macomb Daily/DAVID S. ANGELL)
FOOTBALL: Roundup for Sept. 13, 2013
Michael Kincaid of New Haven tries to break away from Clawson's Donovan Holt. (The Macomb Daily/DAVID S. ANGELL)
John Varcally of New Haven takes a handoff. (The Macomb Daily/DAVID S. ANGELL)
Utica quarterback Jack Flater, who had three TD passes against Cousino.
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RICHMOND 37, IMLAY CITY 0: Devin Skatzka had five carries for 71 yards and a touchdown, Dustin Leach had seven carries for 56 yards and a touchdown and Nick Granzow had five carries for 52 yards to lead Richmond.
Jake Schmidt had three catches for 49 yards on offense, while Jordan Adams had two solo tackles and seven assisted tackles and Brady Lafore had five solo tackles and two assisted tackles. Leach also had an interception.
Richmond (2-1, 2-0) takes on Almont next week.
MAC RED DIVISION
STEVENSON 27, FORD 9: Initial this a D.C. victory.
It was Dustin Carlin’s 100-yard interception return that jolted Ford and provided the impetus to a Stevenson victory.
Ford led 2-0, thanks to a safety by the Falcons’ Pierce Banks. With the Falcons threatening later in the first quarter, Carlin stepped in and swiped a pass and didn’t stop running until he reached the end zone.
The Titans scored 20 in the second half; Jordan Henry on a 35-yard run, Nick Turner on a five-yard run, and DJ Sutton’s one yard run. Kyle Hibbard kicked three extra points.
Ford’s Sammy Shkreli tossed a scoring passing to Ryan Ausbrooks that covered 64 yards in the third.
Defensively for Stevenson, linebacker Sultan Faronbi was outstanding. He made close to 20 tackles and had four sacks. Terry Sanders made an interception that led to the Titans’ final touchdown.
“Defensively we played very solid,” said coach Steve Goralski. “We made some mistakes in the first half, but in the second forced Ford into a lot of three and out situations.”
Ausbrooks had five catches for 113 yards. Defensively for the Falcons, Dante D’Andrea made three tackles and had an interception.
Stevenson (1-1, 1-2) welcomes L’Anse Creuse Friday. Ford (0-2, 0-3) travels to Fraser Friday.
MAC WHITE DIVISION
PORT HURON 19, ANCHOR BAY 13: The Tars’ defense continues to come up with strong outings.
Port Huron scored all of its points in the first half.
Defensively for Anchor Bay, Gary Landless caused two fumbles including one that halted a seeming Port Huron touchdown when he jarred the ball loose near the goal line in the final quarter. Brandon Hill had an interception, and middle linebacker Brandon Cobb made six tackles.
Anchor Bay’s Austin Woodside had 12 carries for 65 yards. He also threw a 43-yard TD pass to Landless in the second quarter. Logan Gottari had 18 carries for 102 yards including a 30-yard touchdown run in the fourth.
Anchor Bay (0-2, 1-2) travels to Roseville Friday.
WARREN-MOTT 55, ROSEVILLE 14: Austin Ross ran for a pair of first-quarter touchdowns and Nawar Dankha kicked two field goals to spark Warren-Mott. Marauders senior Mitch Chmielarczyk intercepted a pass as Warren-Mott improved to 2-0 in the division and 3-0 overall. Warren-Mott led 41-0 at halftime.
UTICA 27, COUSINO 24: Quarterback Jack Flater completed 20 passes for 230 yards and three touchdowns to lead Utica to its first victory of the season. Mitch VonZittwitz caught eight passes for 155 yards and a touchdown, and Sam Goepper had five catches for 65 yards and a pair of scores as the Chieftains evened their White Division record at 1-1. Austin Jacubic caught six passes, gaining 101 yards. Mike Maday made 10 tackles and Sam Mason and Austin Kowalczyk made seven apiece.
MAC BLUE DIVISION
GROSSE POINTE SOUTH 24, FRASER 13: A strong defensive effort lifted the Blue Devils to their first victory (1-1, 1-2).
Senior linebacker Bennett Jackson finished with eight tackles including one for loss. Caleb Simmarrusti, another senior linebacker, made six stops including one for loss. Tristan Russano, a senior defensive tackle, made five tackles.
Grosse Pointe South’s touchdowns came when quarterback Richie Kish tossed an eight-yard pass to Jordan Spratt; when Zach Thalgott scored on a two-yard run; and Sam Hunter got over from one yard.
Grosse Pointe South (1-1, 1-2) welcomes Eisenhower Friday.
MAC BLUE DIVISION
PORT HURON NORTHERN 27, L’ANSE CREUSE 24: Quarterback Nicholas Arnold and Travon Boswell paired up for a couple of touchdown passes for the Lancers; a 16-yarder in the first quarter and a 75-yarder in the second quarter.
Gregory Stubbs opened the L’Anse Creuse scoring on a 68-yard run in the first quarter. Andrew Courtemanche booted a 52-yard field goal in the fourth, as well as three extra points.
Defensively for the Lancers, Nick Humphries had nine tackles and two sacks; Anthony Armstrong had seven tackles and a sack; and Max Cook made six tackles.
MAC GOLD DIVISION
ST. CLAIR 57, STERLING HEIGHTS 24: Bo Meldrum had 12 carries for 127 yards and two touchdowns and Blake Meldrum had three carries for 55 yards and a touchdown to lead the Saints.
Nolan Young had four carries for 108 yards and two touchdowns, Jared Tobey had four carries for 76 yards and one touchdown and Brandon Boyte had four carries for 71 yards and a touchdown.
St. Clair is 3-0 – having beat three Macomb County teams – and they take on New Haven next week.
MAC SILVER DIVISION
SOUTH LAKE 60, FITZGERALD 33: For the Spartans, Brandon Carlini had 152 yards receiving and Cody Haberek had 307 total yards passing. Aubrey Gulley had six solo tackles. Fitzgerald is 0-3.
MAC BRONZE DIVISION
MOUNT CLEMENS 27, LINCOLN 0: Jesse Stevens had 13 carries for 142 yards and three touchdowns and Marquell Sanders had 15 carries for 142 yards and one touchdown to lead the Bathers.
Roberto Moya had 10 tackles and Noah O’Brien had 19 tackles.
Mount Clemens (2-1, 2-0) takes on Sterling Heights next week.
MAC BRONZE DIVISION
CLAWSON 42, NEW HAVEN 12: Where there’s Sparks, there is a fire.
Clawson quarterback Ty Sparks connected on 17 for 28 passes for 402 yards including four for touchdowns.
Three of those were to Marquian Johnson; they covered 65, 56 and 70 yards. He also connected with Nick Miguel-Diaz on a 91-yard score.
Johnson also had a 52-yard punt return for a score. Cam Campana opened the scoring for the Trojans with a safety in the first quarter. Doug Vincent scored on a 58-yard kick return in the first quarter. He had two interceptions.
New Haven scored all of its points in the third quarter.
Clawson (2-0, 3-0) plays Marine City in a MAC crossover game Friday.
MICHIGAN COLLEGIATE 25, SUMMIT ACADEMY 14: He may have started as the backup quarterback, but Navario Davis left the field as a hero Friday night. Davis ran the ball 11 times and amassed 177 yards on the ground. He also threw for one touchdown and ran in another.
Defensively, Brian Jones had an interception with four minutes to go in the game that set up the last touchdown. As a team, Michigan Collegiate also stopped Summit Academy at the goal line on a fourth and one in the second quarter.
Michigan Collegiate (2-1, 1-0) takes on Detroit Plymouth Academy next week.
CLARENCEVILLE 19, LUTHERAN NORTH 17: Host Clarenceville scored all of its points in the first half and handed Lutheran North its first defeat of the season. David Halvorson of Lutheran North caught five passes for 62 yards and Trevor Mason made 14 tackles. Jacob Palmer caught a touchdown pass from Will Kruse and Vince Petitta ran three yards for a score for Lutheran North.
Last Updated: 9/16/2013 8:44:46 PM EST