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ROUNDUP: Sophomore pitches Ford to win over Romeo VIDEO & PHOTO GALLERY

Kevin Large gave Ford a big boost in the Macomb Area Conference White Division baseball race.

The sophomore right-hander struck out eight and did not allow an earned run in 6.1 innings as he led the Falcons to a 6-3 victory over visiting Romeo on Wednesday.

The Bulldogs had a lot of base path traffic, and Large faced multiple full counts, Ford coach Derek Ganfield pointed out.

But Large was equal to the challenge.

“He battled,” Ganfield said. “They stranded a lot of runners.”

A four-run fourth inning provided the offense Large needed.

Justin Michalski had two hits, stole two bases and scored twice in the contest. He drove in a run, too.

Adam Corbley drove in two runs and scored one. Corbley, sophomore Pierce Banks (run) and senior Jordan Luzod had a hit apiece as Ford posted it second victory over Romeo this week.

Large joined the Ford varsity late last season, and stepped into the starting rotation this season.



DAKOTA 7, GROSSE POINTE SOUTH 6: Pitcher Maurice Moon went 4 1/3 innings on the mound, tossing seven strikeouts, and Cole Sanderson went two innings in relief, tossing three strikeouts for the win. Zac Zabonic went 1-for-4 with a RBI double and Frank Maloney went 1-for-3 with two RBI. Dakota (3-2 MAC Red, 10-3) takes on Stoney Creek on Saturday.



STEVENSON 13, EISENHOWER 6: The Titans (5-0 MAC Red, 9-0) had a season-high 18 hits, led by Ryan Kasprzyk (four) and Brandon Hughes (three). Brandon Williams and Greg McBade drove in two runs on two hits and Zack McGuire had a pair of doubles and was intentionally walked twice. Joe Wolf fanned four for the win.



CHIPPEWA VALLEY 9, L’ANSE CREUSE NORTH 4: Reed Adams (two hits), Drew Callahan (two hits), Zack Wyka (one hit, one RBI) and Ethan Zaglaniczny (two hits, two RBI) led the Big Reds (2-3 MAC Red, 10-5). Chippewa Valley takes on L’Anse Creuse North on Friday.



GROSSE POINTE NORTH 2, L’ANSE CREUSE 0: Tommy Burke went all seven innings, giving up just three hits and striking out two as the Norsemen moved to 3-2 in the MAC White, 8-4 overall.

Both GPN runs came in the fifth. Sal Ciaravino squeezed home the first run, while Andrew Lock’s single brought in the other run. Lock had two hits.

Aaron Gonzalez of L’Anse Creuse (2-3, 8-7) also had two hits. The same two teams meet at L’Anse Creuse on Friday.



UTICA 1, ANCHOR BAY 0: Senior right-hander Evan Agattas struck out a season-high six and allowed three hits in a complete-game performance that led Utica to the win. Paul Marble’s hit in the bottom of the seventh drove home pinch runner Cody Witt with the winning run as Agattas posted his first victory of the season. With two out in the seventh, Anthony Alu reached base on an error and took second on a hit by Agattas. Witt then ran for Alu. Utica is 2-3 in the MAC Blue. The teams have split two games this week, and they play at Anchor Bay on Friday.



WARREN WOODS-TOWER 10, LAMPHERE 0: Warren Woods-Tower’s Jason Beaton had two hits and a pair of sacrifice fly balls, and Tyler Kay drove in two runs to back the six-strikeout pitching of junior left-hander Max Hazelton. Kay also stole a base and scored a run. Right fielder Kevin Frost had two hits, two stolen bases and two RBI. WWT is 3-2 in the Gold Division and 8-2 overall.



COUSINO 7, LAKEVIEW 5: The Patriots exploded for six runs in the seventh inning to improve to 4-1 in the MAC Gold and 10-1 overall.

P.J. Zocharski (two hits) doubled two to tie the game in the seventh. That was followed by a RBI singled from Adam Freiman and then another from Jordan Torrento. Zack Schulte pitched the last inning for the win, allowing no hits and fanning one.



FRASER 10, MARINE CITY 1: The Ramblers (2-3 MAC Gold, 9-5) were led by Michael Querro (winning pitcher, five Ks) and Zach Zombo (two hits, RBI).



COUSINO 7, LAKEVIEW 5: P.J. Zocharski and Nick Palmer got two hits each for the Patriots (4-1 in the MAC Gold, 10-1 overall). Zocharski also knocked in two runs and scored once. Palmer also scored a run.

Pitcher Adam Frieman got the win. Zach Schulte picked up the save.

Lakeview’s Matt Brand had two hits including a home run, knocked in three runs and scored once. Nick Dozek went 2-for-4 with two RBI and one run scored.

Lakeview (2-3 in the MAC Gold, 5-8 overall) travels to Cousino Friday.



LINCOLN 15, MADISON 1: The Abes’ Brandon Hingle, a junior, struck out 10 in a five-inning, complete game victory in the MAC Bronze. Lincoln is 2-3 in the MAC Gold.

Hingle also delivered at the plate, going 2-for-2 with two walks and four runs scored.

Madison remains winless, 0-5 in the division, 0-8 overall.



CENTER LINE 5, CLAWSON 1: Brock Walquist was the winning pitcher, tossing a complete game and striking out eight batters for the Panthers (3-2 MAC Silver, 8-2). On offense, Troy Jones went 2-for-4, Blake Thompson went 2-for-3 with two doubles and two RBI and Kyle Lugar went 2-for-4 with two RBI. Center Line takes on Clawson on Friday.



ROSEVILLE 10, STERLING HEIGHTS 2: Junior lefty Austin Schafer’s 12 strikeouts helped the undefeated Panthers win their fifth game of the season (4-0 in the MAC Silver Division). Austin Morrow and Joey Petrone had a hit and knocked in two runs each. Billy Howe had two hits and an RBI. The Panthers welcome Sterling Heights Friday.



FITZGERALD 5, EAST DETROIT 2: Senior Lucas Ancona went seven innings on the mound, striking out 10, while Christian Parris went 2-for-3 with a trip, two runs and two RBI to lead the Spartans (2-3 MAC Silver, 7-3). Devin Morey contributed by going 1-for-2 with a stolen base, and Macarlis Pender went 2-for-4 with two runs. Fitzgerald takes on East Detroit on Friday.



SOUTH LAKE 15, CLINTONDALE 4: Both Devlin Ryan and Jacob Hardecki had three hits for the undefeated Cavaliers in this MAC Bronze victory. Hardecki knocked in three runs and Ryan had two RBI for South Lake (5-0, 9-0).

Anthony Bommarito went 2-for-3 with three RBI. Winning pitcher Tyler Baatz went all five innings. He struck out six and allowed five hits.

South Lake entertains Clintondale Friday.



MEMPHIS 20-13, GENESEE CHRISTIAN 8-1: David Gaedcke, who had four hits and five RBI in the first game, struck out four and was the winning pitcher in the second as Memphis swept the doubleheader. Zach Burns had four hits, two RBI, four stolen bases and four runs scored in the opener, which also featured three runs scored by Gaedcke. Aaron Gillespie had two hits, four RBI, three stolen bases and four runs scored in the opener. J.J. Crouse added two hits, two stolen bases and three runs, and Tommy Kaliszewski had a double and two RBI. In the second game, Gillespie had two hits, including a double, with two RBI and two runs; Crouse drove in three runs and Burns two, and Jeremy Lippitt drove in a run and scored two.

Last Updated: 4/23/2014 10:40:33 PM EST

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