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Monday’s Prep Roundup: Wilson collects five hits as Troy splits baseball doubleheader with Berkley

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Included with the roundup is a photo gallery from Monday’s girls soccer match between Oxford and Berkley. Click here to read the story and see the photo gallery.



BERKLEY - Winning pitcher David Austin went the distance in Berkley’s 4-3 victory over Troy on Monday but the Colts roared back for a 9-5 victory in the second game of a baseball doubleheader.

Josh Litchman was 1-for-2 with a pair of RBI in the Bears’ opening-game win. Connor Wilson was 2-for-4 and Jake Soules finished 1-for-2 with a walk and an RBI for Troy. In the finale, Wilson went 3-for-4 with a walk and an RBI, Josh Corsello was 3-for-4 and Cameron Mercer went 3-for-4 while tallying a pair of RBI for Troy (8-10).



More Baseball

- Birmingham Seaholm 4-5, Farmington 3-4 - At Birmingham, Max Schumaker delivered the game-winning RBI in the eight-inning opener and the Maples staged a three-run, seventh-inning rally in the nightcap to sweep the doubleheader. Schumaker had three hits and scored a run in the opener, while Paul Duracher scored the game-winner. Graham Girdler hit a solo homer and drove in two runs and Zac Ziegler knocked in a run. Max King pitched all eight innings, allowing seven hits. In the nightcap, Ziegler drew a walk to cap the rally. Tony Vecchio had two hits, a run scored and an RBI, Girdler drove in a run, Duracher scored twice, and Schumaker scored a run and knocked in another. Liam Neel scored a run and picked up the win in relief for the Maples (13-5, 7-1).

- Birmingham Groves 17-11, West Bloomfield 0-1 - At West Bloomfield, in game one, Max Novik pitched a complete game and added two hits to his cause. Connor Bradbury went 5-for-5, Harrison Cole added three hits and three walks while John Kowalchuk also recorded three hits. George Cutler hit a three-run homer and Nick Ringler and Chaise Ford each added two hits to the attack. In the nightcap, Noah Zacharias picked up the win. Zavier Warren went 4-for-4 with five RBI for Groves (14-2). Nick Seidel went 2-for-3 for West Bloomfield.

- Rochester 7, L’Anse Creuse 6 - (From Sunday) At Utica’s Jimmy Johns Field, Matt Hawke had the walkoff hit to cap a two-run rally. Hawke wound up with two hits for the Falcons (10-7) and Thomas Loftus smacked a solo homer.

- Birmingham Groves 13, Berkley 1 - (From Sunday) At Ann Arbor, the Falcons collected 16 hits and drew eight walks in their rout of the Bears at Ray Fisher Stadium on the campus of the University of Michigan. Winning pitcher Ryan Laub hurled six innings of shutout ball, surrendering two hits and striking out nine. Max Novick was 4-for-4 with a triple, five RBI and one run scored and Zavier Warren was 3-for-5 with a triple, three RBI and two runs scored. Andrew Martin rapped two hits, drove in a run and scored three runs. Berkley's Danny Flannery tripled and scored a run. Groves is 12-2 overall and 4-1 in the OAA White. Berkley is 3-7.

- Walled Lake Central 4-5, South Lyon 0-2 - (From Saturday) At South Lyon, in the opener, Connor O’Leary finished 2-for-4 with an RBI, Dominic Vigliarolo added a pair of hits and Cooper Dundas picked up the pitching win in dealing a complete-game shutout in which he struck out 11 for Central. In the nightcap, Andrew Wisniewski earned the win in striking out three in 4 ⅓ innings pitched and Kyle Weir recorded the save on the mound in dealing 2 ⅔ hitless innings, Matt Pfeiffer went 2-for-4 and Drew Temple, Jacob Downey, Jack Gulvas and Morris Kirkland all chipped in with an RBI for Central.

- Walled Lake Northern 8, Oxford 5 (From Saturday) - At Walled Lake, Zak Schwerin and Evan Brunning lead the offense with two hits and one RBI apiece. Jacob Watt pitched four innings only allowing two earned runs Connor Romine threw two scoreless innings in relief for Oxford.

- Lakeland 4, Oxford 2 (From Saturday) - At Lakeland, Gage Warzecha, Braun Mayette, Evan Brunning, Justin Allen and Josh Allen each had a hit. Evan Brunning pitched two innings on the mound only surrendering one earned run. Jack Kitchner went four innings in relief for the Wildcats.

- Lake Orion 11, Farmington 1 (From Saturday) - At Lake Orion, the Dragons picked up the win as part of a tournament they hosted.

- Farmington 8, Southgate Anderson 4 - (From Saturday) At Lake Orion, Elliott Edsall earned the pitching win in relief, Collin Finn recorded the save and Tom Williamson and Zach Dickson both drove in a run during a four-run sixth inning for Farmington (12-5).

- Macomb Dakota 14-7, Stoney Creek 4-2 (From Saturday) - At Rochester Hills, Bobby DiPanni tallied two hits in game one for the Cougars. In game two, Tanner Dean and Bobby DiPanni each finished with two hits and Isaac McKay and Trevor Hunsager each supplied an RBI for Stoney Creek.

- Ortonville Brandon 3, Goodrich 2 - (From Saturday) Jared Halteman picked up the win on the mound and Noah Pesta and Ryan Beauchamp both finished with a hit and a run driven in for Brandon (4-7).

- Oxford 3, Ortonville Brandon 2 - (From Thursday) At Saginaw, Oxford scored the go-ahead run in the seventh inning for the win.



Softball

- Lakeland 9, Milford 3 - At White Lake, Rianna Koteles had a two-run single in the first inning and unbeaten Lakeland (13-0) never looked back. Chase Schultz’s double highlighted a three-run sixth inning for the Eagles. Teresa Menzel pitched seven innings, surrendering three runs, five hits, and striking out four to collect the win. She also crushed a three-run homer in the fifth. Allison Smith, Lauren Carrannanto, and Kayla Pennebaker each drove in one run to lead the Mavericks.

- Walled Lake Central 6, Grand Blanc 0 - At Walled Lake, Avery Fay was 3-for-4 with two doubles, a single and four RBI to lead Central’s attack. Payton Faber homered and drove in two runs. Emma Romick, like Faber, had two hits, including a double. Christine Wertman was the winning pitcher for the Vikings (9-5 overall, 6-5 KLAA),

- (From Saturday) At Troy, Walled Lake Central won the Troy Athens Invitational tournament by downing Plymouth, Birmingham Detroit Country Day and then Rochester in the title game. Lily Eagleton and Payton Faber were the leading hitters for the Vikings. Eagleton had eight hits and seven RBI, while Faber rapped six hits, including two doubles, two triples and a homer. Faber also stole four bases. Avery Fay, Emma Romick and Molly Padrock also had six hits apiece, while Elizabeth Swanberg and Christine Wertman were the winning pitchers.

- (From Saturday) At New Baltimore, Milford finished 2-1 on the day in three games played at a tournament at Anchor Bay. Milford opened with an 11-3 loss to St. Clair Shores Lakeview, and in that game, Audrey Petoskey finished with a home run and an RBI single and Amelia Price and Koryn Pennebaker each added two hits apiece for Milford. Game two ended with Milford besting L’Anse Creuse North, 12-9, and in that game, Jenna Carlisle earned the win in the circle, Petoskey had three hits, including a home run, Price added a pair of hits, including a home run, and Kayla Pennebaker and Koryn Pennebaker each tallied three hits for the Mavericks. In the final game, which Milford won, 12-2, over Grosse Pointe North, Milford was led by Hailey Curtis, who recorded the pitching win, Natalie Deland picked up the save in the circle while also supplying a pair of RBI at the plate, Riley Simlar, who chipped in with two runs driven in, and Kayla Pennebaker, Allison Smith and Curtis, all of whom added multiple hits.

- (From Saturday) At Hartland, Hartland finished 4-0 to finish first in a tournament it hosted. Hartland opened by topping Melvindale, 16-2 in four innings, and in that game was led by Madelin Skene, who provided a pair of hits and four RBI, Anna Kemp, who struck out four to tally the pitching win, and Delanie Grundman, Ryleigh Norton and Sam Nagel, all of whom finished with multiple hits. Game two saw the Eagles best Jackson Prep and Early College, 20-0, in three innings, while the third game ended with Hartland topping Walled Lake Western, 10-0 in five innings. The Eagles were led in the third game by Skene, who dealt a two-hit shutout that included eight strikeouts in the circle, as well as Grundman and Clare Minsker, each of whom totaled three hits, while Western’s Julia Barrett had a double. The four-inning championship game ended with Hartland besting Holly, 10-0, and in that game Skene tossed a one-hit shutout in which she fanned seven and Hannah Mourad supplied a double, a home run and four RBI for Hartland.

- (From Saturday) At Midland, Lakeland finished 3-0 at a tournament played at Midland Dow, recording wins against Traverse City Central (by a score of 9-1), Manistee (13-0) and Indian River Inland Lakes (5-2). In the opening win against Traverse City Central, Lakeland was led by Teresa Menzel, who dealt two hitless innings in the circle and also provided multiple hits at the plate, and Madeline Langdon, who hit a two-run home run. The second game against Manistee featured Rianna Koteles knocking in three runs, Menzel and Chase Schultz combining to deal a shutout in the circle and also finishing with multiple hits on offense for the Eagles. In the final game against Inland Lakes, Lakeland was led by Menzel, who struck out seven and allowed two runs on seven hits in seven innings in the circle, and Langdon, who tallied three hits and a pair of runs driven in.

- Hartland 16-8, Milford 5-3 - (From Friday) At Hartland, in the opener, Allison Smith, Amelia Price, Natalie Herrington and Audrey Petoskey all recorded a hit each for Milford. In the second game, Petoskey and Price each tallied an RBI apiece for Milford.



Girls Soccer

- Birmingham Seaholm 1, Troy 1 - At Troy, Cate Brown totaled a goal that was assisted by Zoe Gaffney and Jillian Shefferly made four saves in goal for Seaholm, while Sydney Hyatt tallied the Colts’ goal.

- Troy Athens 6, Midland 0 - At Troy, Ashley Leonard finished with a pair of goals, Lindsey Boots chipped in with a tally and a pair of assists, Alli Leonard and Jordyn Rauser had a goal and an assist, Aubreigh Wachowski posted a goal and Julia Lower earned the shutout in net for Athens.

- Lake Orion 1, Clarkston 1 - At Lake Orion, after Clarkston netted the game’s first goal with 3:30 left in the second half, Lake Orion tied the match with about a minute remaining on a goal Marisa Szydlowski that was assisted by Megan Danielson. Chelsea Styma played in goal for Lake Orion, which is now 7-3-1 on the season.

- Waterford Mott 2, West Bloomfield 0 - At Waterford, Sierra Tischer scored off an assist from Jessica Messer and Jasmin Messer added an unassisted goal. Tairyn Webb and Marissa Lossia recorded the shutout in net for Mott (8-2).

- Madison Heights Lamphere 2, Auburn Hills Avondale 2 - At Auburn Hills, Ava Riley and Lauren Mexico scored for Lamphere (6-0-3, 5-0-1).

- Saline 1, Northville 0 (From Saturday) - At Northville, Sydney Jarvela scored the lone goal for Saline (3-3-1). Northville falls to 46-2.



Boys Golf

- At Rochester Hills, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep finished second at an invitational at Oakland University's Katke-Cousins Course with a score of 314. Bryce Baringer placed third with a 73, Jackson Stowe tied for fourth with a 74, Ryan Collins carded an 82, AJ Carlson shot an 85 and Kyle Lindsey added an 85.



Girls Tennis

PONTIAC NOTRE DAME PREP 4, ROYAL OAK 1 (match was shortened due to rain)

SINGLES - Ivona Gorgioski (RO) d. Maddy Winarski 6-2, 6-3; Ila Batah (NDP) vs. Caroline Sherman (RO), inc.; Anjali Reddy (NDP) d. Maya Soleiman 6-2, 6-0; Adelina Tatone (NDP) vs. Brooke Blackwell (RO) inc.

DOUBLES - Bella Hanna-Kate Nachazel (NDP) d. Marley Linenburg-Emma Noechel 6-1, 6-3; Olivia Heming-Nicole Oska (NDP) vs. Mackenzie Blackwell-Julia Bolton, inc.; Daniella Cabral-Emma DiNardo (NDP) d. Jenna Swastek-Sophia Burleigh 6-2, 6-0; Carla Hanna-Grace Khouri (NDP) d. Marla Pacifico-Bella LaPorte 6-1, 6-2

RECORDS - Notre Dame Prep 1-4



ORTONVILLE BRANDON 5, OXFORD 3

SINGLES - Lauren Opalewski (O) d. Emma Hubbard (B) 6-0, 6-0; Macy Kanno (B) d. Kallan Lindstrom (O) 6-0, 6-0; Stephanie Heirman (O) d. Katie Burgess (B) 6-3, 1-6, 6-1; Elle Wright (O) d. Katie Mullen (B) 6-1, 6-1.

DOUBLES - Bella Lauinger-Kerrigan Tomas (B) d. Jenna Carson-Sydney Thayer (O)

6-2, 7-5; Jenna Cornea-Natalie Halligan (B) d. Ashlyn Foreman-Emillie Appleyard (O) 6-1, 6-1; Lauren Donnellon-Lauren Zajac (B) d. Vanessa Parsio-Maddie Roop (O) 6-4, 4-6, 6-4; Rachel Foltz-Taryn Vlad (B) d. Sydney Young-Ling Xiong (O) 2-6, 6-3, 6-1



ORTONVILLE BRANDON 8, GOODRICH 0

(From Saturday)

SINGLES - Emma Hubbard (B) d. Katelyn Mulbre 6-1, 6-1; Macy Kanno (B) d. Kaylee Hopkins 6-1, 6-3; Katie Burgess (B) d. Halle Moore 6-0, 6-2; Katie Mullen (B) d. Hannah Gurling 6-4, 6-3

DOUBLES - Gillian Noonan-Kerrigan Tomas (B) d. Veronica Roberts-Paige Walker 6-4, 7-6 (8-6); Jenna Cornea-Natalie Halligan (B) d. Sophia Holt-Morgan Swett 6-2, 6-1; Lauren Donnellon-Lauren Zajac (B) d. Allison Wood-Cassidy Bartowiak 6-1, 6-0; Rachel Foltz-Taryn Vlad (B) d. Maggie Brownrigg-Heidi Rivera (G) 6-1, 6-0



Results from Dearborn Heights Crestwood/Don Zielinski Invitational

(From Saturday)

TEAM SCORES - 1. Berkley 20; 2. Riverview 17; 3. Gibraltar Carlson 13; 4. Dearborn Heights Crestwood 12; 5. Dearborn Edsel Ford 11; 6. Farmington 9; 7. Belleville 7; 8. Taylor Kennedy 6

CHAMPIONSHIP SINGLES - 1. Kayla Ketterer (R) d. Sarai Ware (B) 6-2, 6-4; 2. Sri Wise (B) d. Alexia Ganop (R) 6-2, 6-4; 3. Hannah Jacobs (B) d. Jennifer Tran (EF) 6-0, 6-3; 4. Katie Radner (B) d. Zahraa Darwich (CW) 6-1, 6-0

CHAMPIONSHIP DOUBLES - 1. Lauren Kaezor-Charlotte Sass (R) d. Reem Berri-Mira Ghazali (CW) 6-2, 6-3; 2. Shayna Brown-Emma Losey (BK) d. Kam Lowler-Ana Belt (GC) 6-4, 6-2; 3. Julie Krasnick-Whitney Rubin (BK) d. Deyala Shammout-Ayah Abboud (CW) 6-3, 6-1; 4. Emilee LeBlanc-Hannah Morin (R) d. Lauren Howard-Ashley Mazur (GC) 6-3, 6-3



- (From Saturday) At Fowlerville, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep finished in a three-way tie for second place with Macomb Dakota and Harbor Springs with 14 points at the eight-team Fowlerville Invitational, coming in behind first-placed Lakewood (which had 18 points), while topping fifth-placed DeWitt (13), sixth-placed Fowlerville (8), seventh-placed Alma (7) and eighth-placed Hillsdale (4). Winning their flights on the day for Notre Dame Prep were the No. 3 doubles team of Daniella Cabral and Emma DiNardo and the No. 4 doubles team of Olivia English and Eliana Gebara. Notre Dame Prep’s No. 2 Doubles team of Carla Hanna and Olivia Heming finished as the runner-up in its flight.

- (From Saturday) At Holly, Birmingham Groves took first place at a rain-shortened tournament at Holly, topping Monroe and Carleton Airport.





Girls Lacrosse

- Birmingham United 20, Lake Orion 7 - At Birmingham, Danielle Augier dominated the draw circle and led the way with four goals and two assists, while Sofia Johnson and Kate Wujciak had three goals apiece. Grace Murray and Grace Silcox each tallied two goals for Birmingham United, which is now 6-1 in league play.

- Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 15, Huron Valley United 7 - At White Lake, Anna Grace Agro netted five goals, Izzy Case chipped in with three goals, Audrey Damman, Jackie Lee and Mackenzie Hanigan all registered two goals each, Julia Wintermantle also notched a goal and Lexi Barker made 16 saves in goal for the Fighting Irish (9-1).



Boys Lacrosse

- Oxford 10, Crown Point (IN) 6 - (From Sunday) At Oxford, Spencer Petoskey and Dryden Calcaterra each finished with three goals apiece and Robert Rodriguez, Ethan Cutler, Sam Urban and Logan Vachon all tallied a goal apiece for Oxford (8-3).

- Hartland 17, Portage Central 4 - (From Saturday) At Portage, Garnet Potter finished with six total points, Tristan Meadows, Maveric Muscat and Nico Candela all registered three goals apiece, Jake Gallaher added a pair of goals and an assist, Andrew Spisz chipped in with a goal and two assists and Reece Potter supplied a goal and an assist for Hartland.

- Detroit U-D Jesuit 10, Birmingham United 9 - (From Saturday) At Birmingham, Jack Hill, Jake Zanolli, Gary Cutler and Dylan Sutton all finished with two goals each for Birmingham United (2-8), which was tied 6-6 at the half before U-D Jesuit went up 8-6 after three quarters.



Boys Track and Field

- Ortonville Brandon 71, Goodrich 66 - (From Saturday) At Goodrich, Brandon’s relay teams won three out of four relay events to help the Blackhawks come out on top.

- (From Saturday) At Waterford, Walled Lake Northern won the Ashley Brennan Relays event and Lake Orion finished a close second. Milford wound up seventh as its Mid-Distance Relay team took second in a school-record time of 5:46.9. Josh Deradoorian, Isaac Phillips, Gunnar Gustafson and Dakota Giles formed that unit. The Mavericks’ 1600 Relay team posted a 3:29.5 to grab second as well. A.J Costanzo, Phillips, Carson Jensen and Deradoorian comprised that quarter. Phillips was second in the 300 Hurdles at 40.7 while their 4x1600 Relay had a 18:44.2 while finishing third. Giles, Jack Aman, Nick Martin, Luke Sakkinen formed that quartet.

- Stoney Creek 101, Troy Athens 27 - (From Wednesday) At Troy, Stoney Creek picked up a win.

- Troy 71, Stoney Creek 57 - (From Wednesday) At Troy, Troy picked up the win.



Girls Track and Field

- (From Saturday) At Waterford, Stoney Creek finished 12th with 17 points at the Ashley Brennan Relays. The Cougars were led by the first-placed 800 Relay team of Renee Kehren, Hayley Dover, Rachel McDowell and Bella Davis, which finished in 1:49.00. To see the story and photos from the Ashley Brennan Relays, click here.

- (From Saturday) At Waterford, Lake Orion triumphed in the Ashley Brennan Relays event while Milford finished fourth. The Mavericks’ Mid-Distance Relay quartet won with a school record time of 6:47.7. Victoria Heiligenthal, Breann Marsh, Abby Knapp and Mallory Barrett were the participants. Milford also won the Shuttle Hurdles in 1:07.7 with the quartet of Marsh, Morgan Phipps, Sydney Phipps and Elexa Cary. A second-place finish in the Distance Medley Relay was achieved by Barrett, Knapp, Paige Saiz and Heiligenthal.

- Troy 75, Stoney Creek 70, Troy Athens 65 - (From Wednesday) At Troy, Stoney Creek moves to 3-1 in league.



Top Performers

- Teresa Menzel, Lakeland softball - Menzel was a force at the plate and in the pitching circle as unbeaten Lakeland downed Milford 9-3 on Monday. She pitched seven innings, surrendering three runs, five hits, and striking out four to collect the win. She also blasted a three-run homer in the fifth.

- Anna Grace Agro, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep girls lacrosse - Agro notched five goals to help lead Notre Dame Prep past Huron Valley United, 15-7, Monday.

- Danielle Augier, Birmingham United girls lacrosse - Augier dominated the draw circle and led Birmingham United’s 20-7 win over Lake Orion on Monday with four goals and two assists,

- Avery Fay, Walled Lake Central softball - Fay went 3-for-4 with two doubles, a single and four RBI as the Vikings silenced Grand Blanc, 6-0, on Monday.

Last Updated: 5/1/2017 10:56:49 PM EST