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Roundup for April 17, 2014

DE LA SALLE 4-2, ORCHARD LAKE ST. MARY’S 3-1: In the nightcap, Dominic DiPuma doubled in Nick Lepore with the game-winning run in the top of the eighth for the Pilots (4-4 Catholic League Central, 4-4 overall). Danny Michalak tossed a three-hitter, fanning 10 to earn the win.

Sam Badalamenti scored the winning run in the bottom of 10th for DLS in the opener. Addison Pawelek got the win, throwing the last three innings and allowing one hit. Brent Morris fanned 13 and allowed two hits in the first seven innings.



RICHMOND 9-10, YALE 0-3: In the opener, Dillon McInerney went the distance for the win, fanning six. Dustin Leach, Austin Harvey and Evan Kratt had three hits each.

McInerney had two hits, one of which was a three-run homer, in the nightcap for the Blue Devils (2-0 BWAC, 4-3). Dustin Leach, Dan Fistler and Harvey each had two hits, while Zach Leach struck out nine for the win.



STEVENSON 10, CHIPPEWA VALLEY 0: Jake Rogers was the winning pitcher for the Titans, going all five innings and allowing one hit while tossing four strikeouts. Dean Emanuele went 2-for-2 with three RBI and one run scored, Ryan Kasterzyk and Andrew Papadelis went 2-for-3 with one RBI and Riley McCauley was 2-for-3 with a run scored. Stevenson (3-0 MAC Red, 5-0) takes on Lake Orion on Saturday.



DAKOTA 7, L’ANSE CREUSE NORTH 3: Brendan Mangan had three hits, three RBI and threw out two runners from his catcher position to lead Dakota. Tyler Riddoch had two hits and winning pitcher Brendan Schmitz struck out five as the Cougars (1-2 MAC Red, 5-3).



EISENHOWER 2, GROSSE POINTE SOUTH 1: It was a Taylor-made MAC Red victory, as senior lefty Taylor Curtis went the distance, scattering five hits and striking out seven.

K.J. Wilk smacked a walk-off single to score Jimmy Silipski, who led off the seventh with a single. Silipski also doubled. Also getting doubles were Jake Wichlacz and Paul Harper for Eisenhower (1-2 in the Red, 3-2 overall), which welcomes Lamphere Friday.



MARYSVILLE 13, UTICA 2: Chris Kaschalk had two hits for the Chieftans. Slater Lutz and Justin DeWitt had a hit each. R.J. Pinto registered a hit and an RBI in this MAC Blue loss. Utica (1-2, 1-7) travels to Anchor Bay Monday.



L’ANSE CREUSE 10, WARREN-MOTT 3: Hunter Lega had three hits, scored three runs and stole three bases to lead the Lancers (2-1 MAC White, 8-2). P.J. Warner (three hits) and Andrew Courtemanche (two hits, solo homer) each drove in two runs, while winning pitcher Dan Bailey tossed a one-hitter and fanned three to improve to 4-0 on the year.

The Marauders are 1-2, 2-7.



FORD 11, ST. CLAIR 6: Winning pitcher Pierce Banks, who fanned six and allowed four hits, aided his own cause with two hits, two RBI and a steal for the Falcons (2-1 MAC White, 4-3). Adam Corbley drove in two on two hits and Ja’Won Vaughn had three steals, scored a run and drove in one.

The Saints are 1-2, 1-2.



ROMEO 2, GROSSE POINTE NORTH 1 (nine innings): Kevin Ketvirtis hit a sacrifice fly to score Zach Niesluchowski from third to lead the Bulldogs (2-1 MAC White, 2-5) to a tight win. Tommy Schneider went more than six innings on the mound, allowing five hits and one run and striking out four. Jacob Kulczycki got the win in relief, going two innings and giving up one hit. He also had a big hit in the ninth inning. Romeo takes on Ford Monday.

LAKE SHORE 5, PORT HURON NORTHERN 1: Randy Walton went seven innings on the mound, pitching a complete game and tossing five strikeouts and scattering five hits for the Shorians (1-2 MAC Blue, 2-5). Jasper Girven went 2-for-3 with a double and a single, Alex Sudeny went 2-for-3 with two runs scored and a stolen base and Jared Selengowski went 2-for-4 with a stolen base and a RBI. Lake Shore takes on Marysville on Monday.

ANCHOR BAY 6-9, PORT HURON 0-8: The Tars came up with seven runs in the bottom of the sixth and final inning in the second game to complete the MAC Blue sweep. Ryan Murphy’s pinch-hit, two-run single brought the winner home. Relief pitcher Logan Davis got the win. Gary Landless, the winning pitcher in the first game, had two hits and two RBI.

In the opener, Landless tossed a no-hitter and fanned four. Dave Abraham had two hits, while Austin Koleski’s pinch-hit two-run single highlighted a five-run sixth inning. The Tars (3-0, 5-1) welcome De La Salle in a Saturday doubleheader.



COUSINO 18, MARINE CITY 0: Adam Freiman had a three-run home run and a double, Nick Palmer had a triple and a RBI and Nick Hayes was 4-for-4 with a RBI to lead Cousino (2-1 MAC Gold, 8-1). The Patriots take on Lakeview on Monday.



LAKEVIEW 12-9, WARREN WOODS-TOWER 0-7: In the first game, John Rozanski went five innings on the mound, allowing no runs, two hits and tossing five Ks for the Huskies (2-1 MAC Gold, 5-4). On offense, Nick Dozek went 2-for-3 with a single, double, two RBI and three runs scored and Ben Shaw went 2-for-3 with two singles, two RBI and one run scored. Mitchell Teolis also contributed, going 2-for-4 with two singles and three RBI, while Hunter Brown was 2-for-3 with two singles and one run scored.

In the second game, Chris Schneider went 3-for-4 with three singles and one RBI, while Matt Brand went 2-for-4 with a home run, a single and two RBI. Lakeview takes on Grosse Pointe south on Saturday while Warren Woods-Tower (1-2, 5-2) takes on Lamphere on Tuesday.



ROSEVILLE 9, EAST DETROIT 4: Junior left-hander Austin Schafer struck out six and had two hits, two RBI to lead Roseville (2-0 MAC Silver, 3-0 overall). Billy Howe (three RBI) and Tyler Petrone had two hits each for the Panthers.



CENTER LINE 22, STERLING HEIGHTS 17: Brock “The Boomer” Walquist had three hits, scored three runs and had six RBI to lead the Panthers to this Silver Division win. Sophomore Troy Jones got the win. Kyle Lugar struck out five in two innings for the save for Center Line (2-1, 7-1). Chance Stevenson had a hit and scored three times.

The Panthers play at defending Silver Division champion Clawson Monday at 7 p.m.



NEW HAVEN 14, MADISON 1: The losers got Nick’d. Pitcher Nick Aguinaga struck out seven in three innings of work to get the win. He allowed just two hits. Brandon Gonzales went 4-for-5; Matt Podgurski ripped a 3-run homer in the sixth; and Dillon Peyerk had three hits for the Rockets, 3-0 in the MAC Bronze and 3-0 overall.



SOUTH LAKE 21, LINCOLN 5: Pitcher Kevin McClain went four innings on the mound and was also 2-for-4 with a single and an inside the park grand slam to lead the Cavaliers (3-0 MAC Bronze, 6-0). South Lake takes on Bloomfield Hills on Saturday.

Last Updated: 4/17/2014 10:10:21 PM EST

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