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ROCHESTER - Bethany Malinowski scored four goals and Rochester knocked off Oxford, 13-7, in girls lacrosse action Monday.

Kendall Jordan added three goals and Mary Jindo contributed a pair of goals for the Falcons, which led 7-2 at halftime. Roz Schassburger and Hope Watson each tallied two goals for Oxford.

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- Bloomfield Hills 11, Birmingham Marian 9 - At Bloomfield Hills, Olivia D’Angelo finished with six goals and seven ground balls, Grace Dillon and Amanda Bearden each added two goals and Sarah Holmes made nine saves in net for Bloomfield Hills (6-2).

- Hartland 10, South Lyon 7 - At Hartland, Emily Beazley, Hannah Barnett, Jordan Parry and Bella D’Arcy scored goals for Hartland.


- Howell 11, Walled Lake Western 1 (6 Innings) - At Howell, Cody White went 2-for-2 for Western (2-7).

- Madison Heights Madison 15, Warren Lincoln 0 (4 Innings) - At Madison Heights, Trevor Barndollar struck out 10 in four innings pitched and Ryan Crews and Brendan McGurk each totaled three RBI for Madison (2-4).

- Southfield 13, Ferndale 2 - At Ferndale, George Osborne allowed no earned runs in six innings on the mound and racked up 10 strikeouts while adding two hits and an RBI offensively, Jaycen Lipsey went 2-for-3 with a triple, Duane Henderson chipped in with two singles and John Darby drove in two runs for Southfield, which has won five straight.

- Royal Oak 16, Oak Park 1 - At Royal Oak, Jon Hock totaled three hits and three RBI, Dave Lundeen finished with two hits and three RBI and winning pitcher Jake Isaacson dealt a complete game on the mound, giving up two hits and striking out five for Royal Oak (3-2, 1-0 OAA). Oak Park is 0-1.

- Madison Heights Lamphere 20, St. Clair Shores Lakeview 2 (5 Innings) - At St Clair Shores, Jacob Thomas had four hits, four RBI and four runs scored, TJ Newby added four hits and three RBI and Gabe Dionisio added three hits and four RBI for Lamphere (3-5).

- Milford 6, Waterford Kettering 4 - At Highland, Sammy Lee and Conner Jensen each went 2-for-4, Joe Bravo delivered a base hit, a pair of walks, two RBI and a run scored and Toni Biberaj pitched four innings and allowed only four hits while striking out five on the mound for Milford (3-5).

- Orchard Lake St. Mary’s 12, Bishop Foley 7 - At Madison Heights, Drake Titus was 2-for-3 with two RBI and two runs scored, Harrison Salter finished 2-for-4 with three RBI and a run scored and Drew Boyd went 2-for-4 with two RBI for St. Mary’s (7-2).

- Auburn Hills Oakland Christian 15, Birmingham Roeper 5 - At Auburn Hills, Zach Tison finished 3-for-3 with three RBI and Thomas Washington and Richard Steffan each added two hits and two RBI apiece for Oakland Christian.

- Novi 5, Plymouth 3 - At Novi, Alec Bageris picked up the win on the mound while Spencer VanKirk, Joey Carn and Scott Beaton provided the offense for Novi (8-5).

- Bloomfield Hills 3, Troy 2 - At Bloomfield Hills, Patrick Najor pitched a complete game, striking out six and CJ Drogosh drove in the winning run to propel the Blackhawks to victory.

- Lakeland 13, Pinckney 3 (5 Innings) - At Pinckney, Jake Spry pitched 4 and 2/3 innings and struck out five while giving up one earned run and Wyatt Parmeter was 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBI for Lakeland (5-3, 4-1 KLAA).

- Hartland 3, Walled Lake Northern 0 - At Hartland, the Eagles picked up the shutout at home.

- Birmingham Groves 6, Farmington 5 - At Farmington, Max Novick pitched a complete game and added two hits to his cause, while Joe Roberts and Andrew Martin also contributed for Groves (5-1).

- Rochester 7-7, Clarkston 4-2 - At Clarkston, in the opener, Albert Nagy earned the win on the mound, Thomas Loftus had three hits and Ben Compton and Nick Stepke each added two hits for the Falcons. In game two, Mark Matynka picked up the win on the mound and added two hits. Compton and Stepke added two hits each for Rochester.

- Troy Athens 15-2, Berkley 0-0 - At Berkley, in the four-inning opener, Austin Sultzbach pitched a complete-game shutout, striking out seven and allowing just one hit on the mound while also going 3-for-3 with three RBI and two runs scored offensively, Louis Kassak was 2-for-3 with a double, two RBI and two runs scored and Joe Stark finished 2-for-2 with two RBI and two runs scored for Athens. In the nightcap, Jeremy Patrick went 2-for-3 with a home run, Louis Kassak was 1-for-2 with an RBI and Andrew Orow pitched 5 and 1/3 innings, giving up four hits while striking out five for Athens (5-1, 4-0 OAA Blue).

- Ortonville Brandon 2-2, Fenton 1-7 - At Ortonville, in the opener, Dawson Nichols drove in the game-winning runs in the bottom of the seventh to lift Brandon. Dusty Dickens and Zach Bunting scored the runs and Jason Young earned the win on the mound for Brandon. In the nightcap, Kyle Pawlaczyk recorded a pair of hits for Brandon (2-6, 1-3 FML).

- Oxford 1-6, Stoney Creek 0-0 - At Rochester Hills, Mario Scribner dealt a one-hit shutout on the mound that included five strikeouts and Devon Davenport drove in the game’s only run in the first inning in the opener for Oxford. In the nightcap, Even Brunning pitched a four-hit shutout and Anthony D’Alessandro, Davenport, Braun Mayette and Brad Wood all recorded a double for Oxford.

- Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard 7-6, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 4-7 - (From Sunday) At Pontiac, in the opener, Drew Diebold picked up the win on the mound for Gabriel Richard, while Ben Mancini tallied a two-run double for Notre Dame Prep. In the nine-inning nightcap, Matt Solmer delivered a walkoff RBI single in the ninth to drive in Joey Agro. Agro went 3-for-4 with a walk and a run scored and also drove in the tying run in the seventh inning for Notre Dame Prep. Solmer went 2-for-3 with three walks, Mancini added a two-run double and Luke Zerona earned the win on the mound by pitching four shutout innings and striking out four for the Fighting Irish.

- Livonia Churchill 9-5, Oxford 4-3 (From Saturday) - At Livonia, in the first game, Devon Davenport went 4-for-4 with a double, three RBI and a run scored. Justin Allen went 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Anthony D'Alessandro had two walks and two runs scored. Mario Scribner went 2-for-3 with a walk and an RBI. Davenport went 2-for-4 with an RBI. Brad Wood went 2-for-3 with a double. D'Alessandro had two walks and a run scored. Jacob Wall threw a complete game and gave up just one earned run.

- Birmingham Groves 10-11, Utica 1-8 (From Saturday) - In the first game, Connor Bradbury went 2-for-3. Max Novick went 1-for-3 with a two-RBI double. Leo Dudas recorded a pinch hit. Noah Zacharias went 5 and 2/3 innings scattering five hits, with one run, one walk and had five strikeouts. Josh Yunker went an inning and a third with two strikeouts, at the plate Yunker went 1-for-1 with an RBI. In the second game, all nine starters reached base for Groves. Michael Pastoria, John Kowalchuk, Zavier Warren, and Joe Roberts had multi-hit games. Ryan Laub went three and two third innings for the win. Max Zeidman threw the last two, striking out the side in the seventh.

- Ortonville Brandon 8, Oxford 7 (From Friday) - At Oxford, Curtis Stimac threw a complete game giving up one earned run on the mound to help the Blackhawks win.


- Waterford Kettering 3, Milford 0 - At Highland, Madison French pitched a complete game, giving up four hits and striking out 12 to earn the win in the circle, and Bri Larkin and Lexi Weston each had two hits each for Kettering (3-2). Natalie Herrington pitched three innings during which she allowed no earned runs and struck out four while also reaching base twice offensively for Milford (4-1).

- Walled Lake Central 13, Brighton 1 (5 Innings) - At Brighton, Kaitlyn Wolschlager dealt a complete game in the circle, while also going 3-for-3 with a double, home run and six RBI offensively, Kennedy Crawford went 4-for-4 and Lily Eagleton finished 2-for-4 with a pair of doubles and three RBI for Central (8-2, 4-1 KLAA).

- Clawson 11, Warren Fitzgerald 5 - At Clawson, Maddie Sparks picked up the win and struck out five for Clawson. Ariana Inez went 2-for-4 with three RBI and Allison May added two hits and three RBI.

- Fenton 9-6, Ortonville Brandon 0-2 - At Ortonville, in the nightcap, Olivia Consiglio went 2-for-3 and Emily Tucker was 2-for-4 for Brandon.

- Auburn Hills Avondale 8-7, Rochester 7-6 - At Auburn Hills, Jenna Norgrove went 4-for-7 on the day for Rochester.

- Southfield Christian 6, Sterling Heights Parkway Christian 3 - At Southfield, Emma Paryaski struck out 15 while allowing just five hits in the circle and Rachel Johnson, Tayler Caldwell, Tiara Francisco, Grace Gilson and Megan Labiano all contributed offensively for the Eagles.

- (From Saturday) Ortonville Brandon competed in the Lake Orion tournament, and in the first game defeated Imlay City 3-2. Emily Tucker pitched a two-hitter. Rachel Hendershott got the game-winning RBI in the sixth inning. In the second game, Brandon defeated Davison 8-4. Olivia Consiglio recorded her first varsity win. Hendershott and Mary Borowski recorded two hits apiece. In the third game, Lake Orion defeated Brandon 2-1. Tucker pitched another strong game. Chloe Bennett scored the lone run for Brandon off of a bunt single and a stolen base to later score.

- (From Saturday) Hartland competed in a tournament. In the first game, Chelsea defeated Hartland 7-5. Madelin Skene took the loss in the circle but she recorded a double and a triple in the contest. In the second game, Hartland blasted Harper Creek 18-1. Delaney Greene had four hits and four RBI. Six hitters combined for 13 hits, nine RBI and 14 runs scored. In the third game, Clinton defeated Hartland 7-3. Kelly Bist took the loss in the circle for Hartland.

- (From Saturday) Farmington Hills Mercy hosted a tournament at Founder's Park and finished 4-0 on the day. In the first game, Mercy defeated Livonia Stevenson 7-1. Abby Krzywiecki went 2-for-4 with a home run, a run scored and three RBI. Anna Dixon went 1-for-4 with two RBI. Sarah Cassidy went 1-for-3 with a RBI. Nicole Belans went 1-for-4 with a walk and an RBI. Krzywiecki recorded the win in the circle with one run, one walk and five strikeouts. In the second game, Mercy defeated Dearborn Divine Child 12-6. Sophia Van Acker went 3-for-4 with three runs scored and two RBI. Krzywiecki went 2-for-4 with a double, a home run and two RBI. Belans went 1-for-2 with a pair of RBI. Andrea Elmore recorded the win in the circle. She gave up three runs, one earned, with one walk and three strikeouts in four innings pitched. In the third game, Mercy defeated Northville 9-2. Belans went 2-for-3 with a run scored and three RBI. Shannon Gibbons went 2-for-3 with a walk, a run scored and had two RBI. Dixon went 2-for-2 with a run scored and a pair of RBI. Elmore pitched five innings with two walks, two runs, none earned, and six strikeouts to recorded the win. In the championship game, Mercy once again defeated Northville 4-3. Krzywiecki went 1-for-3 with a pair of RBI. Elmore pitched two and two thirds innings to record the win.

- (From Saturday) Walled Lake Northern went 4-1 in the Farmington Hills Mercy tournament. Northern improves its overall record to 7-1 and 4-1 in the KLAA.

Girls Soccer

- (From Saturday) Holly competed in the Montrose International Tournament. In the first game, Holly defeated Croswell-Lexington 8-0. In the second game, Montrose defeated Holly 1-0 on a goal in the very first minute of the game. In the final game, Holly lost to Clio 4-3. Holly ends with a fourth place finish in the tournament (5-4).

- Novi 2, Northville 0 (From Friday) - At Novi, Katrina Koomen and Jessie Bandyk each scored for Novi. Lauren Calhoun picked up the shutout in net for the Wildcats (2-0-1)

Boys Golf

- At Bloomfield Hills, Hartland placed seventh out of 18 teams at an invitational hosted by Birmingham Seaholm at Forest Lake CC. Novi Detroit Catholic Central took first as a team with a score of 313, while Howell edged out Birmingham Brother Rice for second place. Brendan Ludwig finished with a 75, which put him in a tie for third overall, Nic Hoffman added a 78 and Mitch Brown and Kyle Luce each finished with an 87 for Hartland.

(From Saturday)

Southern Swing Invite

(at Locust Hills (OH)

TEAMS - Novi Detroit Catholic Central 560; Battle Creek Lakeview 596; Midland 602; Bloomfield Hills 607; Clarkston 611, Hartland 617

HARTLAND - Nic Hoffman (73-78); Kyle Luce (77-74); Duncan Henry (81-74); Chad Fedie (84-77); Josh Malewski (88-78); Brendan Ludwig (83-83)

- Holly competed in this Flint Metro League first league tournament today. The Bronchos finished third out of eight Flint Metro League teams. The Bronchos recorded a team score of 348. With score from Kule Vanboemel 83; Mitch Smith 85; Evan Vergith and Noah Rooker with 90.

Girls Tennis


SINGLES - Ava Thielman (E) d. Hannah Cimpeanu 6-3, 6-1; Taylor McLaughlin (E) d. Sahaja Pinnu 6-1, 6-0; Zuzanna Lutrykowska (E) d. Karen Song 6-1, 6-4; Rashika Rao (T) d. Isadora Dimovski 6-3, 3-6, 6-2

DOUBLES - Deepthi Devireddy-Leena Penumalee (T) d. Karolina Lutrykowska-Julia Georges 6-0, 6-0; Erica Friesen-Alexis Morse (T) d. Madison Zettler-Kylie Henson 6-0, 6-1; Layla Hak-Aditi Mahajan (T) d. Delaney Devereux-Brooke Coleman 6-0, 6-2; Raagini Chandra-Jinxi Dam (T) d. Katie Gialloreti-Samantha Souder 6-2, 4-6, 6-4

RECORDS - Troy 3-1; Eisenhower 0-1


SINGLES - Jeannie Nash (ASH) d. Julie Boniface 6-0, 6-0; Kendall Gassman (ASH) d. Ila Batah 7-5, 6-4; Selina Fuchs (ASH) d. Anjali Reddy 6-2, 6-1; Victoria Shahnazary (ASH) d. Megan Boniface 6-2, 6-1

DOUBLES - Abby Hildebrand-Gretchen Lemon (ASH) d. Nicole Gebara-Bella Hanna 7-5, 6-4; Elizabeth Etterbeek-Sara Gerard (ASH) d. Mira Housey-Angelina Palushaj 6-0, 6-0; Tate Lehmann-Kathryn Monahan (ASH) d. Kate Nachazel-Danielle Staskowski 6-0, 6-1; Stella Betrus-Meghan Carroll (ASH) d. Julia Ebben-Daniella Cabral 6-2, 6-0

- (From Saturday) At Okemos, Birmingham Groves finished sixth with 11 points at a tournament at Okemos. Grosse Pointe South finished first with 19 points, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood took second with 17, Rockford finished with 15 points and came in third, while Okemos and Hudsonville tied for fourth with 13 apiece.

Boys Lacrosse

- Hartland 16, Novi 5 - At Novi, Scott Wistinghausen netted four goals, Dylan Couture and Justin Light each added three goals and Jake Gallaher finished with two goals and two assists for Hartland.

- Hartland 8, New Albany 7 (From Saturday) - Scott Wistinghausen had four points. Andrew Spisz scored three goals and Mitchell Cotten scored the game-winning goal in overtime.

Boys Track and Field


SHOT PUT — Bradbury (CC) 46-3 1/2; DISCUS — Ralph Holley (SM) 128-4; LONG JUMP —Trey Bryan (SM) 20-6 ; HIGH JUMP — John Pearson (SM) 5-8; 3200 RELAY — St. Mary’s (Coe, Cochran, Sinclair, Lau) 8:39; 110 HURDLES — Shermond Dabney (SM) 14.97; 100 DASH — Kahlee Hamler (SM) 11:15; 800 RELAY — St. Mary’s (Bowens, Pearson, Cunningham, Hamler) 1:31.5; 1600 RUN — Felty (CC) 4:34.9; 400 RELAY — St, Mary’s (Glanton, Myrick, Hamler, Cunningham) 44.4; 400 DASH — Tyler Cochran (SM) 50.8; 300 HURDLES — Richard Bowens (SM) 41.1; 800 RUN — Augustin Lau (SM) 2:01.8; 200 DASH — Ky’Ren Cunningham (SM) 23.6; 3200 RUN — T. Buckley (CC) 10:11.5; 1600 RELAY — Catholic Central (Lockhart, Gessler, Andreas, Matthews) 3:44

RECORDS — Orchard Lake St. Mary’s 2-0; Catholic Central 1-1


SHOT PUT — Octavious Miles (BR) 15-7; LONG JUMP —Jacob Williams (BR) 18-0 ; HIGH JUMP — Chris Hayek (BR) 6-0; 3200 RELAY — Divine Child (Petlichkoff, Posh, Kendall, Mangulabnan) 8:37; 110 HURDLES — Duane Thompson (BR) 16.8; 100 DASH — Riley Maher (BR) 11:1; 800 RELAY — Divine Child (Holland, Urbanick, Scheidh, Haver) 1:35; 1600 RUN — Alec Miracle (BR) 4:47.8; 400 RELAY — Divine Child (Ellis, Dalfonsi, Hawver, Hoover) 46.3; 400 DASH — Jeremiah Hollis (BR) 51.1; 300 HURDLES — Joe Williams (BR) 44.9; 800 RUN — Mike Tremonti (BR) 2:04; 200 DASH — Chiebuka Onwuzurike (BR) 24.1; 3200 RUN — Ryan Mangulabnan (DC) 10:43; 1600 RELAY — Brother Rice (Lynch, Serra, Tremonti, Miracle) 3:44

Royal Oak Relay results

(From Saturday)

TEAM RESULTS - 1. Rochester Adams 95; 2. Clinton Townhsip Chippewa Valley 78; 3. Royal Oak 55; 4. Clarkston 49; 5. Troy Athens 42; 6. Warren Mott 41; 7. Sterling Heights Stevenson 40; 8. Berkley 23; 9. Ferndale University 1

6400 RELAY - Adams (Schiller, Zhou, Crusoe, Schram) 18:53.7; SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY - Chippewa Valley (Navalta, Ouseer, McGarity, Nellum) 1:05.4; 12800 RELAY - Clarkston (Favazza, Juuhl, McCrary, Hanson) 44:44.7; SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY - Stevenson (Hopkins, Clark, Sownenburg, Carrien) 1:38.9; 800 RELAY - Mott (Redding, Brown, Miles, Chandler) 1:32.5; 3200 RELAY - Adams (Rose, Schiller, Schram, Crusoe) 8:32.5; ATLAS RELAY - Athens (Standifer, Vogtush, Tompkins, Hazen) 52.6; 400 RELAY - Chippewa Valley (Potson, Williams, Ascott, Kimpson) 44.8; MIDDLE DISTANCE RELAY - Adams (Lencioni, Urbano, Lencioni, Schram) 7:23.7; 1600 RELAY - Royal Oak (Jackson, Fegan, Borski, Adesanya) 3:34.2; SHOT PUT RELAY - Stevenson (Haddad, Gorniak, Brazzell) 123-2; DISCUS RELAY - Chippewa Valley (Simon, Accord, Gibson) 316-4 ½; HIGH JUMP RELAY - Chippewa Valley (Nellum, Iggly, Ousley) 16-4; LONG JUMP RELAY - Chippewa Valley (Williams, Flakes, Ndoj) 57-10 ½

Girls Track and Field

Royal Oak Relay results

(From Saturday)

TEAM RESULTS - 1. Rochester Adams 94; 2. Clinton Township Chippewa Valley 82; 3. Clarkston 53; 4. Berkley 50; 5. Royal Oak 46; 6. Warren Mott 36; 7. Troy Athens 33; 8. Sterling Heights Stevenson 17; 9. Hazel Park 11; 10. Ferndale University Prep 2

6400 RELAY - Adams (Dessy, Zheng, Revenaugh, Vandeu-Bossche) 23:41.8; SHUTTLE HURDLE RELAY - Adams (Green, Clark, Green, Coburn) 1:16.1; 12800 RELAY -Adams (Zheng, Rutherford, Sun, Vanden Bossche) 56:42.9; SPRINT MEDLEY RELAY - Mott (Pomorski, Campbell, Murphy, Taylor) 1:59.5; 800 RELAY - Chippewa Valley (Blocton, Barne, Wallace, Floyd) 1:50.7; 3200 RELAY - Adams (Dessy, Champine, Jansohn, Revenaugh) 10:19.6; ATLAS RELAY - Clarkston (Kvonta, Pope, Alizz, Kovtilla) 1:07.4; 400 RELAY - Chippewa Valley (Scheich, Stuertz, Koleber, Touchstone) 52.1; MIDDLE DISTANCE RELAY - Royal Oak (Gazda, Mooney, Potter, Forsyth) 8:55.9; 1600 RELAY - Adams (Champine, Mack, Shaw, Jansohn) 4:18.3; SHOT PUT RELAY - Chippewa Valley (Hirst, Floyd, Maniaci) 90-1; DISCUS RELAY - Chippewa Valley (Floyd, Hirst, Maniaci) 282-6; HIGH JUMP RELAY - Athens (Hayes, White, Krohta) 13-7; LONG JUMP RELAY - Royal Oak (Decker, McCutchen, Williams) 42-9

Top Performers

- Jacob Thomas, Madison Heights Lamphere baseball - Thomas totaled four hits, four RBI and four runs scored in helping lift Lamphere past St. Clair Shores Lakeview, 20-2, in five innings Monday.

- Austin Sultzbach, Troy Athens baseball - Sultzbach pitched a four-inning shutout during which he yielded one hit and had seven strikeouts while going 3-for-3 with three RBI and two runs scored offensively for Athens in the first game of a doubleheader sweep of Berkley Monday. Athens won the opener, 15-0, and the second game, 2-0.

- Kaitlyn Wolschlager, Walled Lake Central softball - Wolschlager pitched a five-inning complete game and also went 3-for-3 with a double, a home run and six RBI offensively in helping lift Central to a 13-1 win against Brighton Monday.

- Madison French, Waterford Kettering softball - French pitched a complete-game shutout, striking out 12 while giving up four hits to help lead Kettering past Milford, 3-0, Monday.

Last Updated: 4/19/2016 12:49:49 AM EST

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