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ROUNDUP: Lake Shore holds off Marysville

A young man named Hunter helped the Lake Shore baseball team bag its prey in a MAC Blue Division game on Friday.

It was a double by Hunter Montrose in the seventh inning that scored both Johnny Brown and Jared Dandurand as the Shorians defeated Marysville 4-3. Hunter went 2-for-4 on the day.

In the sixth inning, a single by Lake Shore’s Enzo Bonventre scored Blase Budzinski, who had doubled. That cut the Marysville lead to 3-2.

Budzinski was the winning pitcher. The junior right-hander tossed a complete game and struck out eight.

“It was a pretty clean game,” said Ryan Kottke, the Lake Shore coach. “Other than a couple of throwing errors due to the wet turf, both teams played well.”

Lake Shore (2-4, 3-7) welcomes Anchor Bay Monday.



STEVENSON 7, EISENHOWER 5: Dean Emanuele, (two runs scored), Zack McGuire (three RBI, two runs scored) and Riley McCauley (one RBI) all had two hits in this MAC Red win for the undefeated Titans (6-0, 10-0).

Starting pitcher Brandon Hughes threw four innings to get the win. He allowed just four hits and fanned three. Jake Rogers tossed a no-hitter over the final three innings. The Titans host Sterling Heights, Haslett and L’Anse Creuse in Saturday’s tournament.



L’ANSE CREUSE NORTH 4, CHIPPEWA VALLEY 3: Josh Lupo (two hits, two RBI, run) drove in Mike Hojara (two hits, double) with the winning run in the bottom of sixth. Mike White (two hits, two runs) went five innings, fanning six and allowing no earned runs for no decision, while Jake Chattinger got the win, giving up one run on one hit in two innings. Danny Kerr had two doubles for the Crusaders (3-3 MAC Red, 6-4).



L’ANSE CREUSE 6, GROSSE POINTE NORTH 3: Pitcher Aaron Gonzalez went seven innings on the mound, tossing three strikeouts and allowing one earned run and Adam Redoute went 2-for-4 with a solo homerun and a three-run homerun to lead the Lancers (3-3 MAC White, 9-6). Hunter Lega went 2-for-4 with two RBI and two stolen bases and PJ Warner went 2-for-3 with a double and a RBI. L’Anse Creuse plays in the Stevenson Tournament on Saturday.



ANCHOR BAY 4, UTICA 2: The Tars (5-1 MAC Blue, 9-4) were led by Ryan Murphy (three hits) and Austin Koleski (two RBI, winning pitcher).

Tom Sledzinski (one earned run on mound) and Justin DeWitt (run) each had two hits for the Chieftains (2-4, 2-9). Matt Sabol also drove in a run.



COUSINO 4, LAKEVIEW 0: Sean Petroski pitched seven innings, striking out eight, and he went 2-for-3 with a RBI to lead the Patriots (5-1 MAC Gold, 11-1). Jordan Torrento had two RBI and Matt Brand went 2-for-3. Cousino takes on Grosse Pointe North on Saturday.

Lakeview (2-4, 5-9) was led by Matt Brand, whose two hits included a double. The Huskies welcome Parkway Christian Saturday.



ROSEVILLE 8, STERLING HEIGHTS 0: Starting pitcher Evan Gates gave up two hits and struck out eight while Austin Morrow and Billy Howe each had two hits and two RBI for the Panthers (5-0 MAC Silver, 6-0). Nikko Bohnhoff had two hits. Roseville takes on Fitzgerald on Monday.



SOUTH LAKE 6, CLINTONDALE 5: Kevin McClain’s second hit of the game scored Darren Leon for the winning run in the bottom of the seventh. McClain also pitched the first five innings of this MAC Bronze game for the Cavaliers (6-0, 10-0).

South Lake trailed 5-1 heading into the sixth inning. Getting hits in that four-run stanza were Tyler Baatz, Anthony Bommarito, Justin Baatz, McClain, Jack Taylor and Theo Pozios. Taylor pitched a no-hitter over the last two innings.



PARKWAY CHRISTIAN 2, WARREN-MOTT 0 (8 innings): Not only did Derek Dudek get the win in relief, he also scored the winning run after reaching base with a one-out single in the eighth. Riley McManus scored the other run for the Eagles (10-4) in this non-league game. Also pitching well for the winners were Ryan Stewart and Nick Halaas. Austin Miller had two hits for Parkway Christian, which plays at Lakeview Saturday.

For Warren-Mott, Nate Jarzenbowski went four innings on the mound, allowing no runs and three hits, and tossing six strikeouts. John Young also went four innings, striking out nine and giving up one hit and two unearned runs. Mavrick Dube had two hits.

ARMADA 13-10, MEMPHIS 3-0: In the first game, Logan Vettraino was the winning pitcher, allowing four hits and getting five Ks. Drew Ruczynski went 2-for-3 with two RBI and three runs scored, Jordan Zapinski went 2-for-3 with two RBI, Wyatt Demuit went 2-for-4 with two RBI and Riley Fistler was 2-for-4 with one RBI. In the second game, Grant Grabowski got the win on the mound, allowing only one hit. Aaron Wrubel was 2-for-3 with a walk and a RBI, Zapinski was 3-for-4 with three RBI and Vettraino was 1-for-1 with three walks and three runs scored. Armada (6-0, 12-4) takes on Algonac on Tuesday.

Last Updated: 4/25/2014 10:41:26 PM EST

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