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ROUNDUP: Stevenson wins Milan Cancer Foundation Tournament PHOTO GALLERY

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The wins continue to mount for Stevensonís baseball team.

The Titans, who are the top ranked team in Division 1, beat MAC Red rival Eisenhower, 9-1, in the finals to win the Milan Cancer Foundation Tournament, Saturday.

Brandon Hughes tossed a two-hitter, striking out nine, in six innings for the win over the Eagles. Greg McDade (double) was 3-for-3, while Alex Fultz had two hits, one of which was a two-run homer and Zack McGuire had a pair of doubles. Ethan Carey also drove in a run on two hits for the Titans (25-1 overall).

Stevenson reached the finals with a 4-2 win over Howell.

Jake Rogers went the first four innings to earn the win, allowing one hit and fanning four. McGuire got the save, going the last three innings, striking out four and giving up four hits. At the plate, Hughes (walk, RBI, two runs) and Andrew Papadelis (RBI) had two hits each.

The Eagles (12-12) got to the finals with a come-from-behind 9-8 win over sixth-ranked Hudsonville.

Jimmy Filipski got the rally going with a bases-loaded clearing triple in the sixth to get Eisenhower to within three, 8-5, and then with two outs in the bottom of the seventh senior Paul Harper sent a 380-foot blast over the fence for a walk-off, three-run homer. Jake Souva came on in relief to earn the win, allowing three hits and no runs.

CHIPPEWA VALLEY 2-7, ROMEO 1-3: In the opener, Austin Kunert squeezed home Brendan Murphy with the winning run in the sixth for the Big Reds (13-13), who totaled just two hits. Drew Callahan fanned six and allowed two hits over six innings for the win.

In Game 2, Ethan Zaglaniczny had three hits, one of which was a two-run homer in fifth, and drove in five for CV. Chad Adamo had two hits, while Mike Battista doubled in a run and Kevin Pickelsimer tossed a complete game six-hitter and struck out six.

PARKWAY CHRISTIAN 11-4, ARMADA 10-9: In the opener, Nick Halaas had two hits and drove in three runs as the Eagles (20-6 overall) snapped Armadaís 15-game win streak. Ryan Stewart, Riley McManus and Derek Dudek also had two hits each. For the Tigers, Trevor Holston (two hits) and Wyatt Demuyt drove in three runs, while Riley Fistler and Travis Penzien had two hits and a RBI each.

In Game 2, Fistler (RBI) had three hits and Holston finished with a pair of doubles and scored three runs for Armada (18-5). Demuyt drove in three on two hits and Drew Ruczynski got the win, going five innings and fanning two. PC got three hits from Brad Desarmeaux (RBI) and two from Stewart (two RBI)

The Tigersí doubleheader with Richmond for the BWAC title has been rescheduled for May 27.

LAKEVIEW 10, LUTHERAN NORTHWEST 2: Mitchell Teolis (run) drove in two runs on three hits, while Kevin Selleck (RBI) had two hits and scored two runs for Lakeview. Hunter Brown got the win, striking out five and allowing five hits.

LAKEVIEW 6, AUBURN HILLS AVONDALE 4: Ben Shaw (RBI, two runs) and Mitchell Teolis (two RBI) had two hits each, while Jason Wozniak got the win in relief for the Huskies (11-20 overall).

LAKEVIEW 11-5, MARINE CITY 0-10: Steven Selleck got the win in the opener for Lakeview.

MEMPHIS 2, IMLAY CITY 0: Shawn Perry drove in two runs and struck out the side in the seventh to lead the Yellowjackets, at a game played Cooley Law School Stadium in Lansing. Aaron Gillespie got the win, striking out four and allowing one hit. He also had a double, stole a pass and a RBI. David Gaedcke and J.J. Crouse (two steals) each scored.

WALLED LAKE NORTHERN INVITATIONAL: LíAnse Creuse North (15-11 overall) went 2-0 on the day, beating Walled Lake Northern (11-4) and Notre Dame Prep (8-6). On the day, Trevor Mackowiak finished 5-for-8 with three runs scored, two doubles and four RBI. He also got the win on the mound in the NDP game, striking out five. Jake Chattinger went 4-for-8 with two RBI and two runs scored, Trevor Conklin had four RBI and Josh Oleksiak was the winning pitcher against WLN.

Last Updated: 5/17/2014 10:14:14 PM EST