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Wednesday’s Prep Roundup: Bloomfield Hills records doubleheader sweep of Troy

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Included with the roundup are photos from the Oak Park and Southfield track meet.

TROY - In baseball action, Matthew Biermann recorded three hits, including a home run and six RBI in the doubleheader as Bloomfield Hills raced out to sweep Troy 18-4 and 7-0 respectively on Wednesday.

Andrew Denk had two hits and two RBI. Dugan Fife had two hits and two RBI for Bloomfield Hills.

In the second game, Biermann and C.J. Drogosch had a home run and two RBI. Cam Greer pitched a complete game, with three hits and seven strikeouts for Bloomfield Hills (8-3, 3-2 OAA Blue). Troy (0-6 OAA Blue).

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- Troy Athens 2, Berkley 1 – At Troy, Jeremy Murphy went 1-for-3 with a run scored and the game-winning RBI in the bottom of the seventh inning. Brendan O’Brien pitched four innings, had two hits, no earned runs and four strikeouts for Athens (7-2, 5-0 OAA). Ryan Austin pitched a complete game with three hits and five strikeouts. Jacob Crane scored a run and had two hits for Berkley (0-3 OAA).

- Madison Heights Madison 18, Warren Lincoln 1 - At Warren, Ryan Cruz picked up the win and struck out 12 while Brendan McGurk went 4-for-5 and Eric White drove in three runs to help pace Madison (3-4) (2-0 OAA White).

- Rochester Adams 4-1, Lake Orion 1-0 - At Rochester Hills, in the opener, Matt McClennen went 2-for-4 with a triple and a pair of RBI, Justin Seablom added two hits and an RBI and Ryan Goodsell finished 2-for-3 for Adams. Bay Smart had two hits for Lake Orion. In the 10-inning nightcap, Michael Girdler dealt seven shutout innings allowing just two hits while striking out six and Karl Brycz went 1-for-1 and drove in the game-winning run in the bottom of the 10th for Adams. Tyler Moses pitched six shutout innings on the mound for Lake Orion.

- Oxford 2, Stoney Creek 0 - At Oxford, Jacob Watt threw a complete-game one-hit shutout. The offense was lead by Justin Allen, Braun Mayette and Garrett Tyrrell, who all had singles, and Mario Scribner, Devon Davenport, and Gage Warzecha, who all had doubles. Anthony D'Alessandro and Gage Warzecha knocked in the runs for the Cats.

- Birmingham Detroit Country Day 12, Detroit Western International 5 - At Detroit, Devin Beach went 3-for-3 with a double, five stolen bases and three runs scored, Mike MacLean was 4-for-5 with a double and two RBI, Steve Mann finished 2-for-5 with two doubles, four RBI and a pair of runs scored and Andrew Toma pitched five innings, giving up three earned runs and tallying two strikeouts to earn the win on the mound for Country Day (9-2).

- Birmingham Groves 10, Ortonville Brandon 6 - At Birmingham, Joe Roberts and Brendan Doll each drove in three runs and Leo Dudas and Doug Roche added two hits each for Groves (6-2).

- Orchard Lake St. Mary’s 10-3, Dearborn Divine Child 0-0 - At Dearborn, In the first game, Drake Titus went 3-for-5 with two runs scored. Drew Boyd went 3-for-4 with two RBI. Bruce Kudela went 3-for-3 with two RBI. Scott Grant pitched six innings, with just one hit and three strikeouts. In the second game, Joe Carlini went 2-for-2. Andrew Malick pitched four and one third innings with just one hit and struck out three batters for OLSM (9-2, 5-0 CHSL).

- Rochester 9, Clarkston 1 – At Rochester, Tyler Frankhouse smacked three hits, including a two-run homer. Lucas Kastran went the distance to pick up the pitching win, scattering five hits and striking out two as the Falcons (8-4, 3-0 OAA Red). Nick Stepke and Matt Hawke added two hits apiece for Rochester.

- Walled Lake Central 17, Walled Lake Western 7 (5 innings) – At Walled Lake, Jacob Downey went 5-for-5 with a double and four RBI. Christian Hakim went 3-for-3 with a home run and three RBI. Pierson Hoy had a double a home run and three RBI. Kyle Weir recorded the win on the mound for Central. Game two was suspended with the Warriors leading 6-5. The game will be rescheduled later in the season, and will resume with Western coming to bat in the bottom of the fourth.

- Madison Heights Lamphere 9, St. Clair Shores Lakeview 4 - At Madison Heights, Alex Peace pitched five innings and struck out six in earning the win on the mound, and also was 2-for-4 with three RBI on offense for Lamphere.


- Farmington Hills Mercy 16-11, Birmingham Marian 0-0 - At Farmington Hills, Abby Krzywiecki went 2-for-4 a home run, a double, a walk, four runs scored and four RBI. Sophia Van Acker went 3-for-4 with a double, a triple and four runs scored. Nicole Belans went 3-for-3 with a walk, a double, two runs scored and six RBI. Cari Padula went 1-for-2 with a hit by pitch, three runs scored and an RBI. Andrea Elmore pitched four innings, giving up just two hits and striking out six batters for Mercy. Ary Daddabo went 1-for-2 with a double for Marian. In the second game, Krzywiecki went 3-for-3 with a home run and five RBI. Anna Dixon went 1-for-3 three RBI. Elmore once again recorded the win in the circle with five innings pitched, giving up just two hits and recording nine strikeouts for Mercy. Sera Stevens went 1-for-2 with a walk for Marian.

- Birmingham Detroit Country Day 13, Detroit Cass Tech 3 (5 innings) - At Birmingham, Gabrielle Maday pitched a three-hitter with nine strikeouts. Erinn English and Alyssa Rieter both had three hits and scored three runs for Country Day (6-1).

- Waterford Kettering 6-10, Waterford Mott 0-0 - At Waterford, in the opener, Madison French earned the win in the circle in tallying 11 strikeouts and Taylor Reno and Brie Larkin each had two hits and two RBI for Kettering. In the nightcap, French had a home run and Alexis Wall was 3-for-3 for Kettering (5-2).

- Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood 4-1, Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes 3-12 – At Bloomfield Hills, in the first game, Olivia Hankey went 2-for-4 with a double. Olivia Warrington recorded the win in the circle with 10 strikeouts. Alex Troy went 2-for-3 with a double and three RBI. Stephanie Carver went 2-for-4 with two RBI for WOLL (9-1, 7-1 CHSL).

- Walled Lake Central 17-12, Walled Lake Western 4-0 - At Walled Lake, Kaitlyn Wolschlager was the winning pitcher in both games and also made her mark offensively, blasting three doubles and two home runs while driving in 11 runs. Payton Saber supplied a grand slam and drove in six runs while Kennedy Crawford contributed four singles for Central (10-2, 6-1 KLAA).

- Milford 4-12, Hartland 2-9 - At Hartland, in the opener, Allison Smith drove in two runs on two hits and Natalie Herrington picked up the win for Milford. In the nightcap, Alyssa Boomstra clubbed a two-run home run and Hailey Curtis added an RBI double for Milford.

- Novi 8-7, Northville 4-6 - At Novi, Jaime Gustitus totaled four hits on the day, Nicole Ireland and Hope Kapelanski each added three hits apiece on the day, Sophie Rallis tallied a pair of hits and Madison Budde and Maria Gustitus each picked up a win in the circle for Novi (4-5, 2-4 KLAA).

- Birmingham Seaholm 14-16, Berkley 4-7 (From Tuesday) – In the first game, Erika MacArthur had four hits and six RBI, including a bases-clearing double in the second inning. Vivian Righter had three hits and two RBI. MacArthur recorded a complete game for Seaholm. Elena Adams went 2-for-3 for Berkley. In the second game, Ashley Lenington had a huge game going 4-for-4 with three stolen bases. Jessica A. Verona and Emma Jane Naegil had three hits and four RBI respectively. Erika MacArthur and Hanna Kelly split the pitching duties with MacArthur getting the win for Seaholm.

Girls Soccer

- Ortonville Brandon 1, Birmingham Detroit Country Day 1 - At Ortonville, Sydney Hickmott scored a goal that was assisted by Hannah Lapanowski for Brandon.

- Grand Blanc 4, Milford 0 (From Tuesday) - At Grand Blanc, Milford gave up three first half goals in the last 15 minutes of the half. Second half the Mavericks controlled the ball and outshot Grand Blanc 5-3. Grand Blanc got the fourth goal with 20 minutes to play in the half.

- Wixom St Catherine of Siena 3, Allen Park Cabrini 2 (From Tuesday) - At Wixom, Kaycee Artman scored twice for Cabrini.

- Fenton 2, Holly 1 (From Tuesday) - At Fenton, Kristin Hansel scored for Holly (4-5).

Boys Lacrosse

- Hartland 17, Waterford United 4 - At Waterford, Hartland got four goals from Andrew Spisz three from Sam Highland, two from Dylan Couture and a goal each from Tristan Meadows, Jakoby Fields, Scott Wistinghausen, Tanner Cowell, Jacob Gallaher, Jack Smith, Cameron Veto and Mitchell Cotten.

Girls Lacrosse

- Hartland 18, Waterford United 4 - At Hartland, Hana Barnett finished with four goals and Emily Brown added two goals and two assists for Hartland.

Boys Track and Field

- Hartland 83, Milford 54 (On Tuesday) - At Milford, the Mavericks fell despite distance wins from Dakota Giles in the 1600 and 3200. Dylan Allen (discus, 120-10), Josh Deradoorian (400, 52.3) and Kurt Black (800, 2:05.7) also won individual events for Milford. The 3200 relay team of Black, Luke Sakkinen, James Thomason and Deradoorian, along with the 1600 relay of Deradoorian, Thomason, Mitch Appleton and Isaac Phillips also notched victories while Kurt Black was second in the 800.

- Novi hosted a meet. Records and finishes include: Anthony D'Annibale won both sprint races and anchored the 400 relay. Hunter Joy set personal records and won both of the hurdles. Gabe Mudel set a personal record in winning the 3200 run. Joost Plaetinck won the 1600 run and Scott Sawyer won the high jump. Nathan Hankerson set personal records in sprinting events and helped the 400 relay team to a victory. Top performances also included: Brennan Martin in the Shot Put, Cory Grassmyer, Discus Brendan Ireland, Long Jump. Aric Landy, second place in the 3200. John Landy, Josh Holcomb, and Marcus Antolec also picked up points for Novi in the 1600, 400, and Discus, respectively.

Girls Track and Field

- Novi 80, Livonia Stevenson 57 (On Tuesday) - At Novi, the Wildcats had four performers who captured two events apiece in their victory. Karenna Roest won the high hurdles and 300 meter hurdles; Kayla Savage raced to victory in the 100 and 200 dashes; Katherine Ray triumphed in the 1600 and 3200; and Emma Hammelef had the best throws in the shot put and discus. Kate Prisby led a Novi sweep in the long jump and finished second in the high jump behind teammate Hannah Hood-Blaxill. Helping Novi sweep both hurdle races were Brittany Moeller, Allie Pringle and Hood-Blaxill. Novi also swept the discus with help from Marissa Dunn and Hannah McBride.

Boys Golf


(at Detroit GC, par 34)

GROVES - Jack McCafferty 42; Brett Dudeck 45; Nate Brink 52; Jake Modsekian 52

BERKLEY - Gabe Schlussel 34; Jake Radom 38; Joey Wolberg 40; Mike Mercier 44

RECORDS - Berkley 1-1


(at Fieldstone, par 36)

STONEY CREEK - Ian Catallo 38; Kory Gabrielson 39; Stephen Landis 44; Rob Mooney 51

AVONDALE - Sam Jacobson 39; Colin Miller 40; Branimir Nikolich 44; Mike Zittritsch 44

RECORDS - Stoney Creek 0-1; Avondale 1-1, 1-1 OAA White


BRANDON - 1, Brett Hobson 42; 2. Jared Matusik 45; 3. Hunter Taylor 47; 4. Colin Cooke 59; 5. Levi Beadlescomb 61; 6. Connor Howard 62

Girls Tennis


SINGLES - Ivona Gorgioski (RO) d. Caitlin Goedert 6-0, 6-0; Angela Gorgioski (RO) d. Jillian Cwycyshyn 6-0, 6-0; Caroline Sherman (RO) d. Sidnie Jackson 2-6, 6-0, 6-3; Candela Ruano (F) d. Carly Ryan 6-2, 6-3

DOUBLES - Erika Pittman-Danielle Spencer (RO) d. Kristen Banks-Olivia Shock 6-0, 6-1; Marley Linenberg-Hannah Sauter (RO) d. Grace Schoenknecht-Abbi Johnson 6-1, 6-0 3. Julia Bolton-Cecilia Findlay (RO) d. Jasmine Twymor-Olivia Fotiu 7-5, 6-0 Mackenzie Blackwell-Emma Noechel (RO) d. Avery Benner-Alex Hicks 6-0, 6-2


SINGLES - Sriakhila Akula (TA) d. Amoolya Yetukuri 6-2, 6-3; Hope Ma (TA) d. Asaka Higuchi 6-1, 6-2; Neha Sridhar (TA) d. Maurielle Cook 6-0, 6-0; Hanka Lekovic (TA) d. Chris William 6-1, 6-1

DOUBLES - Rachel Draplin-Kaede Hanawa (TA) d. Trisha Gupte-Taylor Isenberg 6-0,

6-0; Malidia Mansour-Agat Szewczuk (TA) d. Sana Hussaini-Grace Crites 6-4, 6-1; Deena Olar-Saihaj Deol (TA) d. Zainab Ahmed-Zahra Ahmed 6-2, 6-1; Shankari Ravithas-Tanvi Deshmukh (TA) d. Kiera May-Olivia Krempel 6-2, 6-1


SINGLES - 1. M.G. Traub (H) d. (L) 3-6, 6-0, 6-2; 2. Crystal Schupbach (H) d. (L) 6-1, 6-0; 3. Jackie Spryshak (H) d. (L) 6-3, 6-2; 4. (L) d. (H)

DOUBLES – 1. (L) d. (H); 2. Rachel Young-Greta Stroven (H) d. (L) 6-2, 6-2; 3. (L) d. (H); 4. Grace Lemley-Sam Seelinger 6-1, 6-0


SINGLES – Hannah Moreno (G) d. Hanah Pierce 6-3, 6-3; Leila Owens (G) d. Samantha Miller 6-0, 6-2; Marin Wachs (G) d. Isha Nadgauda 4-6, 6-3, 6-1; Grace Sleder (G) d. Kalyani Ramamurthy 6-1, 6-1

DOUBLES – Madison Shortridge-Paige Baccanari (G) d. Shivani Desai-Shikha Raman 6-0, 6-2; Katie Lockwood-Amanda Blitstein (G) d. Asha Shekar-Meghan Couture 7-6, (4), 6-4; Ny’Dea Terrell-Kariis Horn (G) d. Meghana Nyalakonda-Anupama Dantaluri 6-0, 6-3; Dani Lutz-Lizzie Kompus (G) d. Margaret Kohler-Erin McDermott 6-0, 6-1

RECORDS – Groves 2-1, 2-0 OAA

Boys Track and Field


3200 RELAY – Rochester Adams (Rose, Schiller, Raymond, Crusoe) 8:20.60; 110 HURDLES – Adgate (A) 16.80; 100 DASH – Jenkins (A) 11.70; 800 RELAY – Rochester Adams (Jenkins, Iaderosa, Ouchi, Kmiee) 1:34.30; 1600 RUN – Schram (A) 4:30.50; 400 DASH – Crusoe (A) 52.50; 300 HURDLES – Ellis (R) 42.30; 800 RUN – Schuler (R) 2:05.60; 200 DASH – Ouchi (A) 23.90; 3200 RUN – Schram (R) 9:45.10; 1600 RELAY – Rochester Adams (Cruose, Iaderosa, Heaseman, McDevitt) 3:37.90; HIGH JUMP – Adgate (A) 5-8; LONG JUMP – Smiles (R) 19-2; SHOT PUT – Bryant (R) 42-3; DISCUS – Bryant (R) 127-1

RECORDS – Rochester Adams 2-0; Rochester 0-2

Girls Track and Field


SHOT PUT — Cate Bennett (R) 30-5; DISCUS — Bennett (R) 98-3; LONG JUMP — Shaw (A) 15-1; HIGH JUMP — Gallagher (R) 4-8; 3200 RELAY — Adams (C. Jansohn, Champine, E. Jansohn, Dessy) 10:25.4; 110 HURDLES — Diebel (R) 17-8; 100 DASH — Johnson (R) 13.9; 800 RELAY — Adams (Ward, Shaw, Mack, C. Jansohn) 1:51.1; 1600 RUN — Kaliszewski (R) 5:30.5; 400 RELAY — Adams (Brigoli, Williams, Henry, Mudalige); 400 DASH — Ward (A)1:00.9; 300 HURDLES — Gendich (R) 51.5; 800 RUN — C. Jansohn (A) 2:25.7; 200 DASH — Ward (A) 27.8; 3200 RUN — Kaliszewski (R) 12:11; 1600 RELAY — Adams (Ward, Champine, Mack, C. Jansohn) 4:11.5

RECORDS — Adams 2-0; Rochester 0-2

MILFORD 106, HARTLAND 31 (From Tuesday)

LONG JUMP – Morgan Phipps (M) 15-5; HIGH JUMP – Mallory Barrett (M) 5-3; DISCUS – Brynne Gustafson (M) 112-4; SHOT PUT - Gustafson (M) 33-1; 3200 RELAY – Milford (Eve Hemingway, Abby Hiipakka, Rebecca Bradsher, Emile Kennedy) 11:15; 100 DASH - Abby Knapp (M) 13.00; 100 HURDLES – Elexa Cary (M) 17.20; 80 RELAY – Milford (Knapp, , Evelyn Zielinski, Sophie Phillips, Sarah Ausum) 1:51.90; 1600 RUN – Tie: Nicole Grindling, Regan Lobodzinski (M) 5:45.00; 400 RELAY – Milford (Knapp, Ciara Charlick, Sophie Phillips, Evelyn Zielinski) 53.10; 300 HURDLES – Cary (M) 51.80; Lobodzinski (M) 2:34.70; 200 DASH – Zielinski (M) 26.90; 3200 RUN – Tie: Hemingway and Paige Saiz (M) 12.17.10; 1600 RELAY – Milford Ausum, Bradsher, Kennedy, Lobodzinski 4:29.00

Top Performers

- Jacob Downey, Walled Lake Central baseball - Downey went 5-for-5 with a double and four RBI as Central won the contest 17-7 over Walled Lake Western on Wednesday. Game two of the doubleheader was suspended due to darkness.

- Kaitlyn Wolschlager, Walled Lake Central softball - Wolschlager was the winning pitcher in both games and also made her mark offensively, blasting three doubles and two home runs while driving in 11 runs as Central recorded a doubleheader sweep of 17-4 and 12-0 respectively on Wednesday.

- Jacob Watt, Oxford baseball - Watt dealt a complete-game, one-hit shutout to help lift Oxford past Stoney Creek, 2-0, Wednesday.

- Karl Kauffmann, Birmingham Brother Rice baseball - Kauffmann pitched a no-hitter in the opener of Brother Rice’s doubleheader split with Warren De La Salle Wednesday. Kauffmann faced the minimum 21 batters in game one, which Brother Rice won, 2-0, while De La Salle won the nightcap, 8-6.

- Devin Beach, Birmingham Detroit Country Day baseball - Beach finished 3-for-3 with a double, five stolen bases and three runs scored to help lift Detroit Country Day past Detroit Western, 12-5, Wednesday.

Last Updated: 4/20/2016 10:59:58 PM EST

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