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Tuesday’s Prep Roundup: Groves tops Cranbrook-Kingswood in baseball

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Included with the roundup are photos from the Stoney Creek-Rochester softball doubleheader played Tuesday at Rochester. The teams split, with Stoney Creek winning the opener, 7-1, and Rochester taking the nightcap, 11-1, in six innings.

BLOOMFIELD HILLS - Andre Mailing allowed one earned run on eight hits in going the distance on the mound and Birmingham Groves topped Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood, 6-2, in non-league baseball action Tuesday.

George Cutler was 2-for-4 with a double, an RBI and a run scored, John Kowalchuk finished 2-for-4 and Andrew Martin went 2-for-3 for Groves (28-7), while Avery Fields was 3-for-3 with an RBI and a run scored and John Angileri was 2-for-3 for Cranbrook-Kingswood.

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- Birmingham Detroit Country Day 8, Plymouth Canton 7 - At Beverly Hills, for Country Day, Nick Neibauer delivered a walk-off, three-run home run, Mike MacLean finished 1-for-3 with a double and Tanner Gereve was the winning pitcher on the mound for Detroit Country Day (24-5). Canton is 22-10.

- Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 2, Sterling Heights Parkway Christian 0 - At Pontiac, River Shea allowed one hit on the mound, Will Gurzik drove in a run and Joey Agro and Brian Blakeslee each had a hit and scored a run for Notre Dame Prep (18-16).

- Auburn Hills Oakland Christian 7-6, Madison Heights Madison 2-2 - At Auburn Hills, Thomas Washington earned a win on the mound in the opener and finished the day with five RBI on offense and Mike Sweeney earned the win on the mound in the second game and had three RBI for Oakland Christian.

- Waterford Kettering 11-8, Southfield 1-3 - At Waterford, Brandon Kentros went 3-for-4 with three RBI and Jacob Rosser pitched a complete game in the opener for the Captains. In the second game, Riley Ellis was the winning pitcher for Kettering (12-21).

- Auburn Hills Avondale 14-10, Oxford 5-0 - At Oxford, in game one, Brad Kavka went 3-for-3 with four RBI, Travis Janes went 4-for-6 with three runs scored and Chris Andrus added three hits and three RBI for the Yellow Jackets. Zak Schwerin recorded two hits and two RBI, Braun Mayette added two hits and Shea Walters chipped in with a pair of RBI for Oxford. In game two, Parker Travis pitched a complete game and Travis Janes added two hits for Avondale (25-8), while Devon Davenport went 2-for-2 with a double and Schwerin and Walters each collected a hit for Oxford.

Softball

- Oxford 5-8, North Farmington 0-0 - At Farmington Hills, in the opener, Hannah Vachon dealt a one-hit shutout in which she struck out 17 and walked three in the circle, Chloe Allen supplied a two-run home run, Alex Brown and Maddie Morris each went 1-for-3 and Nicole Kessler added two hits and three runs driven in for Oxford. In game two, Kaitlyn Bean allowed five hits and tallied eight strikeouts in dealing a shutout in the circle, Allen was 3-for-4 with a double, a home run and four RBI and McKenzie Miller, Lauren Donaldson, Vachon, Logan Medel and Morris all chipped in with an RBI for Oxford.

- Hartland 6-11, Lake Fenton 5-5 - At Hartland, in the extra-inning opener, Elizabeth Everett delivered the game-winning hit and Madelin Skene dealt nine innings in the circle to pick up the win for Hartland. In game two, Anna Kemp earned the win in the circle, while Skene, Maeghan Wiley, Delanie Grundman and Lauren Plasky all contributed to add offense for Hartland.

- Southfield Christian 23, Warren Fitzgerald 9 - At Southfield, Tiara Francisco registered a single, a double, two walks, three RBI and four runs scored, Grace Gilson added a single, a double, three walks, an RBI and five runs scored, Emma Paryaski managed a triple, a home run, three walks, seven RBI and five runs scored, Olivia Paryaski and Maranda Sailor each totaled three RBI and Tayler Caldwell chipped in with a pair of RBI for Southfield Christian.

- Farmington Hills Mercy 6-5, Plymouth Canton 2-2 - At Farmington Hills, in the opener, Andrea Elmore allowed two runs on six hits and struck out five in seven innings the circle, Abby Krzywiecki and Mary Reeber both finished with two hits, two RBI and a run scored and Sophia Van Acker tallied two hits and a run scored for Mercy. In the nightcap, Krzywiecki dealt seven innings and allowed two runs on seven hits while striking out four in the circle, Nicole Belans registered a double, a home run and three RBI and Reeber chipped in with two hits for Mercy.

- (From Saturday) At Ann Arbor, Clarkston (27-10) went 2-2 at the Ann Arbor tournament, losing to Tecumseh (6-5) and eventual champion Macomb Dakota (4-3) and beating East Kentwood (13-2 in 5 inn.) and Allen Park (9-0 in 6 inn.). Abby Skvarce went 11-for-14 on the day, with eight runs scored, four RBI, notching two triples and a double. Hannah Chadwell and Paige Blevins (two doubles) had identical 7-for-14 lines, with three runs and six RBI each.

Girls Soccer

- Auburn Hills Oakland Christian 2, Clarkston Everest Collegiate 0 - At Auburn Hills, Victoria Lucido netted two goals and Tiffany Prantera earned the shutout in net for Oakland Christian.

- Wixom St. Catherine’s 2, Sterling Heights Parkway Christian 0 - At Sterling Heights, Mary Herrmann totaled a goal and an assist, Alyssa Schaller added a goal and Sophia Ivezaj recorded a shutout in net for St. Catherine’s.

- North Farmington 5, Farmington Hills Mercy 1 - At Farmington Hills, Karlie Cummins notched a goal and two assists, Gabriela Sgambati added a goal and an assist, Haley Collin, Olivia Elby and Abby Hegarty all totaled a goal and Lindsay Crawley and Emily Petrovski each collected an assist for North Farmington (13-4).

- Birmingham Seaholm 8, Pontiac 0 - At Birmingham, Abby Mancuso collected two goals and two assists, Julia Kiehle added a goal and three assists, Gabby Klos, Alaina Betz and Maddy Hajjar all chipped in with a goal and an assist and Caroline Kaleth and Becca Mendel each finished with a goal for Seaholm.

- Southfield Christian 6, West Bloomfield Frankel Jewish Academy 1 - (From Monday) At West Bloomfield, Jessica Hanson totaled four goals and an assist, Taylor Barry collected two goals and four helpers and Kendall Huff added an assist for Southfield Christian.

- Plymouth Christian 3, Wixom St. Catherine’s 0 - (From Thursday) At Wixom, Sophia Ivezaj made 12 saves in goal for St. Catherine’s. Plymouth Christian scored all three of its goals in the first half.

Boys Track and Field

- At the MIAC meet, Southfield Christian placed fourth with 64 points, and was led by Rodger Johnson, who took first place in the 400 Dash, the winning 3200 Relay team of Johnson, Jonathan Sullivan, Mark Harting and Max Vowles and the winning 800 Relay team of Josh Simms, Sullivan, David Robinson and Elijah Hicks.

Girls Track and Field

- At the MIAC meet, Southfield Christian placed first with 100 points, topping second-placed Lutheran Westland’s 97 points and third-placed Ann Arbor Greenhills’ 93 points. Top finishers for Southfield Christian were Kaelin Ray, who took first in the 100 Hurdles and High Jump and second in the 300 Hurdles, Chika Amene, who recorded second-place finishes in the 100 Dash, 200 Dash and 400 Dash, Maurgan Lee, who took fourth in the 320 Run, and the second-placed 1600 Relay team.

Top Performers

- Chloe Allen, Oxford girls soccer - Allen recorded two home runs, a double, a single and six RBI on the day as Oxford earned a doubleheader sweep of North Farmington Tuesday. Oxford won the opener, 5-0, and then took the nightcap, 8-0.

- Travis Janes, Auburn Hills Avondale baseball - Janes finished 4-for-6 with three runs scored in Avondale’s 14-5 doubleheader-opening win against Oxford Tuesday, then followed it up two hits in the finale, which Avondale won, 10-0, to complete the sweep of Oxford.

- Nick Neibauer, Birmingham Detroit Country Day baseball - Neibauer blasted a walk-off, three-run home run to help lift Detroit Country Day to an 8-7 win against Plymouth Canton Tuesday.

Last Updated: 5/25/2016 12:25:18 AM EST


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