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Tuesday’s Prep Roundup: Rochester scores five eighth-inning runs, salvages doubleheader split with Troy in softball WITH PHOTO GALLERY

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ROCHESTER - Rose Myers had three hits and scored twice while also tossing a complete game as the Rochester softball team salvaged a doubleheader split with a 9-5, eighth-inning victory over Troy on Tuesday.

The Falcons scored five runs in the top of the eighth to take control. Emily Morrow had two hits and two RBI, while Jenna Norgrove contributed three hits and an RBI for Rochester. Myers allowed just two unearned runs and struck out eight.

Troy won the opener, 15-1, in five innings.

Shelby Mastrovito was the hitting star for the Colts, collecting five hits with five runs scored and two RBI in the doubleheader. Julia Calnen had two hits, two runs scored and an RBI in the opener for Troy, while Alexis Swink homered and drove in three runs. Mary Cianciolo added two hits and two RBI, Miranda Urban scored three runs and Carlie Sebastian recorded the pitching win, striking out six.

More Softball

- Birmingham Detroit Country Day 4, Detroit Renaissance 3 - At Beverly Hills, Jacqueline Spizizen recorded two hits, two runs scored and additionally earned the win in the pitching circle, racking up 11 strikeouts while giving up two hits. Erin English added two hits, including a late RBI double for Country Day (5-1).

- Troy Athens 2-3, North Farmington 1-4 - At Farmington Hills, Lanie Ellinger tossed a complete game with 10 strikeouts in the opener for the Red Hawks (2-4, 1-1 OAA Red). Alexa Cherney struck out eight batters and Mara Sczecienski went 2-for-3 with two doubles and an RBI in the first game for North Farmington. In the second game, North Farmington scored four runs in the top of the seventh to rally for the win. Sam Cherney was the winning pitcher, Sczecienski went 2-for-4 with two RBI, Elizabeth Sullivan was 2-for-4 and Alexa Cherney had a 2-run double for North Farmington (1-1, 1-1 OAA Red). Athens’ Samantha Stosiak had four hits in the doubleheader, including three extra-base hits, while scoring three runs and driving in two more. Teammate Alina Kirtland added a triple and a run scored.

- Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest 13, Auburn Hills Oakland Christian 0 (5 innings) - At Rochester Hills, Ali Magiera went 3-for-4 with an RBI and three runs scored, Rebecca Johnstone went 2-for-3 with two RBI and Madison Macy struck out 13 batters in the circle for Lutheran Northwest (7-2).

- Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes 5-4, Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard 3-0 - At Waterford, Hannah Davies struck out 17 batters to earn the win and Olivia Warrington had a double and two RBI in the first game for WOLL. In the second game, Warrington was the winning pitcher, collecting 15 strikeouts, Davies had a double and two RBI and Stephanie Carver went 3-for-4 with a double, triple and two RBI for WOLL (8-0, 6-0).

- Clarkston 11-8, Oxford 8-6 - At Oxford, Chloe Allen went 2-for-5 with an RBI, Logan Medel and McKenzie Miller each had two RBI and Lauren Donaldson went 2-for-2 with an RBI in the first game for Oxford. In the second game, Allen went 3-for-4 with an RBI, Kaitlyn Bean went 2-for-4 with two RBI and Hannah Vachon had three RBI to lead Oxford.

- Novi Franklin Road Christian 10, Lutheran Westland 0 (5 innings) - At Novi, Kayla Nannoshi was the winning pitcher, Haley Thrift went 3-for-4 with two RBI, Hannah Rayburn went 2-for-3 with two RBI and Bethany Bause went 3-for-3 with two RBI for Franklin Road Christian (1-0).

- Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 3-3, Riverview Gabriel Richard 1-1 - At Pontiac, Caley Gleason struck out 10 batters to pick up the win, and added an RBI and run at the plate, Madison McClune had two hits and Molly Dulapa had two RBI in the first game for Notre Dame Prep. In the nightcap, Gleason tossed a three-hitter, and Kacey Edmonds went 2-for-3 with a double for Notre Dame Prep (8-0, 6-0 CHSL AA).

- Southfield Christian 25, Plymouth Christian 2 (3 innings) - At Southfield, Tiara Francisco had four hits, three runs and two RBI, Emma Paryaski went 4-for-4 with a 3-run home run, Maranda Sailor went 3-for-3 with two RBI and Grace Gilson went 2-for-4 with three runs and three RBI for Southfield Christian.

- Clarkston 12, Goodrich 2 (5 Innings) - (From Monday) At Clarkston, Abby Skvarce totaled four hits, including a double, four RBI and two runs scored, Hannah Chadwell was 2-for-3 with a home run and four RBI, Katelyn Garvin notched a pair of hits and two RBI and Sarah Gladding pitched two innings, allowing no runs on one hit and striking out three for Clarkston.


- Royal Oak 13, Oak Park 0 - At Royal Oak, left-hander Dylan Dzendzel struck out 11 batters and allowed just one infield hit in five innings as the Ravens (4-2, 2-0 OAA Gold) recorded a shutout. Dzendzel, who walked one, is now 3-0. Jamie Bartelotti had two hits and three RBI, while Sean Marshall supplied three hits and two RBI. Cam Kollins also drove in two runs. Oak Park is 0-2.

- Auburn Hills Oakland Christian 11, Lutheran Westland 1 - At Auburn Hills, Thomas Washington dealt a complete game on the mound, totaling six strikeouts while also having three hits and a pair of RBI offensively, and Luke McAllister had two hits and four RBI for Oakland Christian.

- Novi Franklin Road Christian 6, Ann Arbor Greenhills 1 - At Novi, Evan Lorey was 2-for-3 with an RBI and two stolen bases, Shaun Moore finished 2-for-3 with two RBI and Matthew Lorey pitched seven innings, allowing one run on three hits while totaling nine strikeouts and walking just one for Franklin Road Christian (5-1, 2-1 MIAC). Greenhills falls to 2-3 and 0-3.

- Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood 11-0, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 6-10 - At Pontiac, Max Musyi was the winning pitcher in the first game for Cranbrook (2-4 CHSL). Andrew Carpenter went 2-for-4 with two RBI for Notre Dame Prep. In the second game, Kory Czakowski struck out 10 and allowed two hits to pick up the win, Ryan Knutson went 2-for-4 with 2-run home run, Will Baldwin went 2-for-3 with an RBI and two runs and Brian Blakeslee went 2-for-3 a run and an RBI for Notre Dame Prep (5-6, 3-5).

- West Bloomfield Frankel Jewish Academy 13-5, Clarkston Everest Collegiate 0-13 - At Clarkston, Paul Durocher was 4-for-4 with seven RBI in the nightcap, while Alex Legg went 3-for-5 and recorded the win in relief for Everest Collegiate (2-3, 1-1 CHSL).

- Royal Oak Shrine 11-9, Marine City Cardinal Mooney 1-0 - At Royal Oak, Sean Ruhle struck out 14 batters over six innings in the nightcap as Shrine (7-1) completed a doubleheader sweep. Ruhle allowed only two hits in his pitching win and he contributed to the offense in both games with three hits and two RBI. Cam Eckert (five hits, four RBI), Brennan Carr (three hits, three RBI) and Brandon Whitmore (three hits) were the other hitting standouts for Shrine. Andrew Jaeger won the first game, going four innings without allowing an earned run and striking out five.

- Southfield Christian 4, Allen Park Inter-City Baptist 0 - At Southfield, Zack Paryaski pitched a complete-game shutout, allowing just four hits while piling up 10 strikeouts, and Will Wilkinson and Ben Guerra each scored two runs for Southfield Christian (2-4, 1-2).

Girls Soccer

- Auburn Hills Avondale 1, Lake Orion 0 - At Lake Orion, Sarah Williston netted a goal and Emma Ahern earned the shutout in net for Avondale.

- Auburn Hills Oakland Christian 8, Birmingham Roeper 0 - At Auburn Hills, Victoria Lucido totaled five goals for Oakland Christian.

- Taylor Baptist Park 6, Southfield Christian 4 - At Taylor, Jessica Hanson scored two goals, Shannon Jones had a goal and three assists and Taylor Barry scored a goal for Southfield Christian.

- Hartland 5, Pinckney 1 - At Pinckney, Sakura Bals scored two goals, Kennady Kuhlman had a goal and an assist and Sydney Hughes and Brenna Seaman each added goals for Hartland.

- Birmingham Seaholm 8, Ferndale 0 - At Ferndale, Zoe Gaffney had three goals and two assists and Maddie Sparks had two goals and four assists to lead Seaholm.

- Waterford Mott 1, Walled Lake Central 0 - At Waterford, Kendra Lewis converted a penalty kick early in the second half for the only goal. Hannah Crum drew the decisive penalty, while Marissa Lossia and Tairyn Webb shared the shutout for Mott (4-2, 2-0 KLAA North).

- Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 5, Farmington Hills Mercy 0 - At Pontiac, Erika Wiest and Celia Gaynor each had a goal and an assist in Prep’s victory. Grace Cummings, Stephanie Maniaci and Sarah Beckett also scored while Haley Williams made six saves to notch the shutout for the Irish (4-0-2, 3-0-1 Catholic).

- Stoney Creek 3, Grosse Pointe South 0 - At Rochester Hills, Taylor Paradoski had two goals and Nicole Leon added the other for Stoney Creek (4-0-2). Katie Bullard, Lyndsey Schupbach and Sophia Zambrano added assists and Gina Cerny made two saves while notching the shutout.

- Wixom St. Catherine’s 3, Allen Park Cabrini 2 - At Wixom, Mary Herrmann totaled two goals, Sofia Iaquinto added a goal, Alyssa Schaller tallied an assist and Sophia Ivezaj made 10 saves in net for St. Catherine’s (3-1-1, 3-1 CHSL).

- Farmington 1, Oxford 0 - At Farmington, the Falcons scored a first-half goal and held on to win.

- Birmingham Marian 7, Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard 0 - At Ann Arbor, Ellie DeConinck tallied two goals and an assist, Jansen Eichenlaub finished with a goal and three assists and Isabel Hayes and Kaitlin Patouhas combined to earn the shutout in net for Marian.

- Northville 8, South Lyon 0 - (From Monday) At South Lyon, Megan Williams scored two goals and added an assist to lead the Mustangs (1-3-1) to their first victory. Kelsey Estes had a goal and two assists while Jenna Lauderback, Sydney Schembri, Lauren Sibley, Roan Haines and Kendall Dillon also scored while Carlie Castiglione made two saves to gain the shutout. South Lyon is now 2-2-3.

- Royal Oak Shrine 2, Wixom St. Catherine 1 - (From Friday) At Wixom, Mary Herrmann scored the lone goal of the game for St. Catherine.

Boys Golf


LAKES - Clay Senerius 40; Jack Thierry 48; Brenden Heiss 53; Matt Dietosch 54

CABRINI - Graham Clark 38; Katie Logan 40; Andrew Ryles 41; Jack Freeman 48

HOLLY 169, FLINT KEARSLEY 169 (Holly wins on the first tiebreaker)

HOLLY - Kyle Vanbomel 41; David Matthews 41; Mitch Smith 43; Noah Rooker 44; Even Vergith 45

KEARSLEY - Connor Vansteenburg 41; Jake Vollmar 42; Tyler Phipps 42; Brian Sams 44

RECORDS - Holly 3-0

- (From Monday) Ortonville Brandon finished seventh at the first FML tournament with a score of 392. Top finishers for Brandon were Brett Hobson (who finished with an 89), Hunter Taylor (94), Jared Matusik (103) and Connor Howard (106).

- (From Friday) At Lapeer, Ortonville Brandon finished in 15th place with a 404 at the Lapeer Tune-up. Top finishers for Brandon were Brett Hobson (who finished with a 91), Hunter Taylor (98), Nic Hobson (104) and Connor Howard (111).

Girls Tennis

- Hartland 7, Milford 2 - At Milford, M-G Traub won her singles match, 6-4, 6-2, to spark Hartland’s victory. No. 2 singles Crystal Schupbach contributed a 6-4, 6-2 win, while No. 3 singles Jackie Spryshak captured her match, 6-1, 6-2. No. 4 singles Abbey Kowall won her first match of the season, 6-3, 6-4. Also winning for the Eagles were No. 2 doubles Rachel Young and Greta Stroven, 6-0, 6-3 and No. 4 doubles Grace Lemeley and Sam Seelinger, 6-3, 6-2.

- Oxford 8, Hazel Park 0 - At Hazel Park, the Wildcats cruised to the victory.


SINGLES - Sriakhila Akula (TA) d. Louise Clarke 6-2, 6-1; Hope Ma (TA) d. Kaelyn Poirier 6-2, 6-4; Neha Sridhar (TA) d. Sarah Morgott 6-3, 6-0; Hanka Lekovic (TA) d. Shelby Sheridan 6-2, 6-2

DOUBLES - Rachel Draplin-Kaede Hanawa (TA) d. Niya Green-Pooja 6-2, 6-1; Malidia Mansour-Agata Szewczuk (TA) d. Katerina Vicini-Manasa Kanneganti 6-2, 6-2; Deena Olar-Saihaj Deol (TA) d. Hannah Stein-Maddie Katz (NF) 6-4, 6-3; Shankari Ravithas-Tanvi Deshmukh (TA) d. Sophia Jozwiak-Nicole Latimer 6-4, 6-4


SINGLES - Ivona Gorgioski (RO) d. Amoolya Yetukuri 6-0, 6-0; Angela Gorgioski (RO) d Asaka Higuchi 6-4, 6-1; Caroline Sherman (RO) d. Maurielle Cook 6-2, 7-5; Chris William (R) d. Carly Ryan 6-3, 6-2

DOUBLES - Taylor Isenberg-Trisha Gupte (R) d. Erika Pittman-Danielle Spencer 6-2, 6-1; Sana Hussaini-Grace Crites (R) d. Marley Linenberg-Hannah Sauer 1-6, 7-5, 6-4; Zainab Ahmed-Zahra Ahmed (R) d. Julia Bolton-Cecilia Findlay 6-1, 6-4; Kiera May-Olivia Krempel (R) d. Mackenzie Blackwell-Emma Noechel 6-2, 6-3

RECORDS - Rochester 2-2, 1-1 OAA White


SINGLES - Tia Mukherjee (B) d. Hannah Cimpeanu 6-1, 6-1; Haley Washington (B) d. Sahaja Pinnu 6-2, 6-1; Karen Song (T) d. Erika Folbe 4-6, 6-4, 6-4; Kristine Wang (B) d. Rashika Rao 6-0, 6-4

DOUBLES - Deepthi Devireddy- Leena Penumalee (T) d. Alexa Bernard-Nicole Toussaint 6-4, 6-2; Erica Friesen-Alexis Morse (T) d. Marie Baenen-Leah Daniels 6-2 ,6-4; Madison Samber-Lauren Walkon (B) d. Layla Hak & Aditi Mahajan 6-2, 2-6, 7-5; Lauren Ruby-Alandria Bellamy (B) d. Raagini Chandra-Jinxi Dam 6-1, 6-2; Taylor Rousseau-Ellen Burke (B) d. Jessica Zhou-Annie Chen 7-5, 6-2

RECORDS - Troy 3-2, 1-1 OAA Red

Boys Lacrosse

- Lake Orion 8, Troy 5 - At Lake Orion, Peyton Gasche tallied one goal and three assists as the Dragons (7-0) remained unbeaten. Jake Chapie recorded two goals and one assist, Daniel DiPonio added two goals and Zach Daining and Tyler Hart combined for 12 saves.

Girls Lacrosse

- Lakeland/Milford 10, Plymouth Salem 7 - (From Monday) At Lakeland, McKenna Mesclier and Bailey Cislo had two goals apiece as the Titans recorded their second victory. Dayna Haney added a goal, Britney Leist and Tessa Shaffer contributed two assists apiece and Maddie Savich was the winning goalkeeper.

Boys Track and Field


SHOT PUT — Ade (C) 51-78; DISCUS — Ade (C) 153-3; LONG JUMP —Woolridge (Ce) 20-1; HIGH JUMP — Tucker (Ce) 5-4; 3200 RELAY — Western 8:20; 110 HURDLES — Jack Dodge ((W); 4 X 1 - Howard (Ce) 44.71; MILE - Petruno (W) 4:39.7; 100 DASH — Oyinkolade (C) 11.76; 800 RELAY —Dodge (W) 1:33.7; 400 DASH — Williams (W) 51.92; 300 HURDLES — Aman (Ce) 42.25; 800 RUN — Bleistrey (W) 2:03.65; 200 DASH — Dodge (W) 22.47; 3200 RUN — Petruno (W); 1600 RELAY — Western 3:31.13


DISC - Confer 134-2; SHOT PUT - Confer 47-9; LONG JUMP - Raboaut (N) 20-¼; HIGH JUMP - Rospond 5-10; POLE VAULT - Mulroney (N) 12-0; 3200 RELAY- Lakeland 8:56; 110 HURDLES - Moser (N) 16.01; 100 METERS - Seka (L) 11.45; 800 RELAY - Lakeland 1:35.3; 1600 METER - Grzymkowski (L) 4:45.71; 400 RELAY - Northern 45.90; 400 METER - Grzymkowski 51.51; 300 HURDLES - Moser (N) 42.89; 800 METERS - Wenger (L) 2:08.87; 200 METERS - Seka (L) 23.50; 3200 METERS - Wenger; 1600 RELAY - Northern 3:45.55

Records- Lakeland (2-0) Northern (1-1)

Girls Track and Field


DISCUS - Reina 111-5; SHOT PUT - Reina 34-8; LONG JUMP - Keller 14- 9 ½ ; HIGH JUMP - Keller 4-6; POLE VAULT - Newmann 10-6; 3200 RELAY - Lakeland 10:34; 100 HURDLES - Starks 15.72; 100 METER - Starks 12.22; 800 RELAY - Lakeland 1:52; 1600 METER - Remhin 5:15; 400 RELAY - Northern 52.3; 400 METER - Sailus 1:01; 300 HURDLES - Raghwell 48.3; 800 METERS - Remhin 2:31; 200 METERS - Sailus 25.94; 3200 METER - Clymer 11:54; 1600 RELAY - Lakeland 4:24

Top Performers

- Zoe Gaffney, Birmingham Seaholm girls soccer - Gaffney recorded three goals and two assists to help lift Seaholm to an 8-0 win against Ferndale Tuesday.

- Victoria Lucido, Auburn Hills Oakland Christian girls soccer - Lucido tallied five goals to help lift Oakland Christian to an 8-0 win against Birmingham Roeper Tuesday.

- Paul Durocher, Clarkston Everest Collegiate baseball - Durocher finished 4-for-4 with seven RBI in the second game of Everest Collegiate’s doubleheader split with West Bloomfield Frankel Jewish Academy Tuesday. Jewish Academy won game one, 13-0, while Everest Collegiate won the nightcap, 13-5.

- Hannah Davies, Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes softball - Davies dealt a complete game during which she tallied 17 strikeouts in Lakes’ 5-3 win against Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard in Tuesday’s doubleheader opener. Davies then totaled a double and two RBI in the nightcap, which the Lakers won 5-0.

Last Updated: 4/19/2016 11:32:20 PM EST

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