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Wednesday’s Prep Roundup: Athens baseball tops Troy in close contest WITH PHOTO GALLERY

  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)
  • There was a lot of black, white and red to be seen as Troy Athens hosted Troy High School Wednesday. (MIPrepZone photo by Tom Tomich)

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TROY - In baseball action, Jack Reeves finished 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI as Troy Athens edged Troy 5-3 on Wednesday.

Shane Jackson went 2-for-2 with two runs scored, Joe Stark was 1-for-3 with a double, an RBI and a run scored.

Ben Riffe earned the win on the mound in allowing three hits and striking out six and Kyle Sweeney recorded the save in dealing three hitless innings and fanning four for Athens (8-7 overall, 4-3 OAA Blue).

More baseball

- Hartland 11-1, Pinckney 1-0 - At Hartland, In the first game, Kyle Kletzka pitched six innings, with five hits and five strikeouts. Hunter Delanoy went 3-for-5 with a double, triple and four RBI. Jack Slavin went 2-for-3 with three runs scored. In the second game, Max Hendricks pitched a complete game with a hit and six strikeouts. Justin Mcgrew went 1-for-2 with an RBI. Drew Thompson went 1-for-3 with a run scored.

- Lake Orion 2, Oxford 0 - At Oxford, Shae Walters pitched a complete game allowing just one earned run. Braun Mayette and Anthony D'Alessandro had the only hits for the Wildcats.

- Walled Lake Northern 8-12, Waterford Mott 4-9 - At Waterford, In the first game, Landon Hunt led the way offensively with a huge day going 3-for-4 with two home runs and three RBI. Nick Powell went 3-for-4 with two RBI, a double and three stolen bases, Jake Frelich went 3-for-4 and Bob Jones went 1-for-3 with two RBI. Cooper VanMaele picked up the win in relief pitching four and two thirds innings giving up just one hit while striking out batters. In the second game, Nick Powell drove in five runs including a grand slam and a double while going 2-for-3. Carter Farr went 2-for-3 with a home run and two RBI. Tommy Larson went 1-for-4 with a double and three RBI. Matt Ferretti had a double. Nick Powell picked up the win on the mound going three and two thirds inning in relief striking out four innings. Domenick Florenzano picked up the save for the Knights (17-7, 10-5 KLAA).

- Auburn Hills Avondale 12, Berkley 2 (6 Innings) - At Berkley, Adam Mansfield finished 3-for-3 with three RBI and three runs scored, Will Fahoome was 2-for-4 with three runs driven in, Brandon Wynn had two hits, Conner Gubariu chipped in with two RBI and Charlie Smith earned the pitching win as he dealt six innings and struck out four for Avondale (17-8 overall, 5-3 OAA Blue). Kyle Domzalski pitched four innings with six strikeouts for Berkley.

- Birmingham Seaholm 11, Farmington Hills Harrison 1 - At Birmingham, Max King pitched a complete game for the Maples.

- Clarkston Everest Collegiate 10, Sterling Heights 1 - At Clarkston, Luke Luttinen earned the pitching win, Grant Burgess went 2-for-4 with a triple and four RBI and Thomas Thibodeau finished 3-for-4 with a triple for Everest Collegiate.

- Roseville 9, Clawson 0 - At Roseville, Clawson fell short.

- Clarkston 8, Rochester Adams 3 - At Rochester Hills, Barak Momrik allowed one earned run on two hits in five innings pitched, Joe Halligan recorded a double, a pair of walks, an RBI and two runs scored, Dylan Perry had a single, two walks and a run driven in and T. Garrett was 1-for-2 with an RBI for Clarkston, while Connor McClennen finished with two hits and Jack Lovalvo added a hit and three runs scored. Michael Van Pelt added a walk and two RBI. Andrew Proudfoot pitched 4 ⅓ innings and gave up four hits, three runs, three earned, with three walks and three strikeouts for Adams.

- Walled Lake Western 11-5, Waterford Kettering 1-4 - At Walled Lake, in the five-inning opener, Scott Shingleton tossed five innings and yielded five hits while striking out three on the mound, Noah Megyesi finished 2-for-4 with three runs scored, Kevin Guggemos tallied a home run and Aidan Jennings was 3-for-3 with four RBI for Western. In the second game, Jennings tallied the go-ahead, two-run single, Guggemos was 2-for-2 with a pair of walks, three stolen bases and an RBI, Megyesi finished 2-for-3 with a run driven in, Joey George was 2-for-4, Bryce Stuart allowed three hits and struck out four in six innings pitched and Davis Hixson earned the win pitching in relief for Western.

- Birmingham Groves 16, North Farmington 9 - At Farmington Hills, Evan Gilman finished 3-for-3 with a double and four RBI, George Cutler went 1-for-1 with a pair of walks and a two-run home run, Brock Anderson was 2-for-3 with three RBI and two runs scored, Tyler Newitt was 2-for-2, Max Whalen was 2-for-4 with a run scored and Ryan Laub pitched two scoreless innings, striking out two and allowing no base-runners to end the game for Groves (22-3 overall, 10-1 OAA White). Graham Narins was 3-for-4 with three RBI and two runs scored for North Farmington. Max Novick, Connor Bradbury, Zavier Warren and John Kowalchuk all posted a double each for Groves, which next hosts Portage Central for a doubleheader beginning at noon Saturday.

- Rochester 7, Stoney Creek 6 - At Rochester Hills, in the continuation of a game started Monday, Thomas Loftus went 4-for-4 with a double and scored three runs for Rochester. The game-winning single in the bottom of the seventh was hit by Falcon Ryan Gladstone. Trevor Hunsanger and Ben Dargel each totaled a pair of hits and Tanner Dean hit a two-run double for Rochester.

- Rochester 2, Stoney Creek 1 - At Rochester Hills, Thomas Loftus and Nick Stepke each had two hits. Rochester’s Jacob Jackson did not allow any earned runs in pitching a complete game. Rochester is now 15-8 overall and 9-3 in the league. Tanner Dean allowed two earned runs on seven hits in seven innings pitched for Stoney Creek.

- Birmingham Roeper 6, Allen Park Inter-City Baptist 2 - (From Tuesday) At Allen Park, Evan Akkashian allowed two runs while striking out eight in six innings pitched to grab the win, Randy Pierce recorded the save on the mound, Charlie Uchno and Griffin Siegel chipped in with a pair of RBI each and Zack Zarewych drove in a run and also scored a run for Roeper.

- Rochester 6, Stoney Creek 1 - (From Monday) At Rochester, Falcon Matt Hawke went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI and Albert Nagy notched the win without giving up any earned runs.

Softball

- Wixom St. Catherine 9, Royal Oak Shrine 8 - At Wixom, Maddie Campagna earned the win in the circle pitching four innings and recording three strikeouts. On offense, Campagna had four hits. Caroline Hewer and Nicole O'Neil hit a home run respectively.

- Howell 15-11, Milford 0-1 - At Howell, Kayla Pennebaker, Koryn Pennebaker and Paige Grass added a hit. Hailey Curtis took the loss in the circle. In the second game, Jenna Carlisle took the loss in the circle. Koryn Pennebaker had an RBI while Kayla Pennebaker had a run scored.

- Hartland 10-12, Pinckney 0-2 - At Hartland, In the first game, Clare Minsker, Bri Robeson, and Miranda Millington each collected multiple hits for the Eagles. Millington, Robeson, and Minsker each managed two hits to lead the Eagles. Madelin Skene allowed just four hits in the shutout effort for the Eagles. In the second game, Skene recorded the win in the circle again, she gave up just two hits and recorded five strikeouts. Emma McIntyre went 2-for-3 with three RBI. Minsker, Robeson and Lauren Plasky each collected multiple hits for the Eagles.

- Birmingham Detroit Country Day 11, Warren Woods Tower 0 (5 Innings) - At Warren, Jacqueline Spizizen pitched a one-hit shutout in which she amassed 12 strikeouts, Alyssa Reiter went 3-for-3 on offense and Jess Garmen finished with two doubles for Detroit Country Day (11-4).

- Madison Heights Lamphere 16, Clinton Township Clintondale 5 - At Clinton Township, Alexis Wark belted a grand slam and a double and had five RBI, Leeanna Radick posted a two-run double, Rachael Schorn finished with a pair of hits and two RBI while earning the win in the circle, and Shaylia Richardson, Julia Roell, Sarah McGinnis and Josie Lukas all chipped in with an RBI for Lamphere (11-5 overall, 3-2 MAC).

- Lakeland 11-12, Walled Lake Central 2-9 - At White Lake, in the opener, Teresa Menzel allowed one hit in three innings pitched, Madeline Langdon earned the pitching save, Kaley Miller went 4-for-4 with two home runs, four RBI and three runs scored, Langdon went 2-for-3 with a double and Rianna Koteles finished 2-for-2 with a double and a run driven in for Lakeland. In game two, Chase Schultz allowed one earned run in five innings pitched, Langdon was 2-for-4 with a home run and three runs batted in, Miller homered and drove in three and Koteles had two hits and two RBI for Lakeland (18-2 overall, 15-0 KLAA), which is the KLAA North champion for the first time since 2015.

- Clarkston 12-11, Troy 1-1 - (From Tuesday) At Troy, in the first game, Sierra Kiersten tripled twice and drove in three runs and Paige Blevins banged out for hits to lead the Wolves. In the second game, Abby Tolmie drove in four runs on a pair of hits, Abby Barta slugged a three-run double and Abby Pierce added a two-run single for the Wolves.

Michigan Stars Tournament From The Weekend

- Clarkston 12, Detroit Renaissance 5 - Hannah Chadwell was 3-for-3 with three RBI and Sierra Kiersten homered and drove in two runs for the Wolves.

- Clarkston 6, Waterford Mott 1 - Olivia Warrington slugged a two-run homer and Sarah Kuenzel was 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Wolves.

- South Lyon East, Clarkston 1 - Paige Blevins was 2-for 4 with an RBI and Anna Skvarce was 2-for-3 for the Wolves.

- Clarkston 9, Alpena 2 - Sierra Kiersten drove in three runs on a pair of hits and Naya Ansel was 2-for-2 with three RBI and Sarah Gladding struck out seven in five innings.

- South Lyon 9, Clarkston 0 - Hannah Cady and Naya Ansel each had a hit.

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Girls Soccer

- Lake Fenton 3, Ortonville Brandon 1 - At Ortonville, Alison Keller added a goal for Brandon.

- Madison Heights Bishop Foley 9, West Bloomfield Frankel Jewish Academy 1 - Cassidy Moore and Mackenzie Kopf each netted two goals for Bishop Foley.

Boys Lacrosse

- Hartland 18, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 4 - (From Tuesday) At Pontiac, Ryan Genord and Lorenzo Minaudo each registered two goals for Notre Dame Prep (7-6). Hartland is 16-0.

Boys Golf

- Madison Heights Lamphere 190, Warren Woods Tower 221 - At Warren, Philip Martin and Luke Martineau led the Rams.

- Birmingham Roeper 199, Ann Arbor Greenhills 209 - (From Tuesday) Austin Deguia, Miles Hicks and Shel Krause all fired a 49 for Roeper.

- (From Saturday) At Rochester Hills, Birmingham Roeper placed fourth with a score of 453 at a tournament at Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest. Roeper was led by the seventh-placed individual finisher, Austin Deguia, who shot a 97.

Girls Tennis

- Madison Heights Lamphere 7, Madison Heights Bishop Foley 1 - At Madison Heights, Makenzie Bowler, Dinh Luong, Min Li and Destiny Michael recorded singles wins. Vi Nguen- Jenny Truong; Vy Tran-Suzanne Awali and Meghan Brink-Jolyanna Hirmiz recorded wins for one, two and three doubles for Lamphere (8-1-3, 4-0-1).

- Royal Oak Shrine 7, Allen Park Cabrini 1 - (From Tuesday) At Allen Park, Cabrini received a flight win from the doubles team of Arwa Saleem and Francesca Tucci.

- (From Monday) At Madison Heights, Madison Heights Lamphere and Clawson tied for first place with 39 points at the MAC Silver tournament hosted by Lamphere, finishing ahead of third-placed Warren Mott (which had 34 points), fourth-placed St. Clair Shores South Lake (26), fifth-placed Marine City (19) and sixth-placed Warren Fitzgerald (10 points). Flight champions for Lamphere included singles players Makenzie Bowler, Dinh Luong and Destiny Michaels as well as the doubles team of Meghan Brink and Joelyana Hirmiz.

- Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes 4, Allen Park Cabrini 3 - (From Thursday) At Clarkston, doubles winners for Cabrini included the teams of Kaitlin LeVesseur and Alexis Roa, Paulina Alonte and Erin Renaud as well as Arwa Saleem and Francesca Tucci. Maria Cyr tied her singles match.

Boys Golf

BERKLEY 162, STONEY CREEK 180

(at Detroit GC, par 36)

STONEY CREEK - Ian Catallo 44; Rob Mooney 44; Kory Gabrielson 44; Tyler Langeveld 48

BERKLEY - Jake Radom 37; Joey Wolberg 41; Mike Mercier 41; Viktor Knudsen 43

RECORDS - Berkley 8-0 overall, 5-0 OAA White

WEST BLOOMFIELD 179, SOUTHFIELD A&T 236

(at Links at Crystal Lake, par 35)

WEST BLOOMFIELD - Ned Patron 41; Zach Isenberg 44; Lucas Lafontaine 47; Alan Potts 47

ROCHESTER 183, AUBURN HILLS AVONDALE 206

(at Great Oaks CC, par 36)

ROCHESTER - James Choi 44; Jack Myers 45; Drew Boudreau 45; John Saber 49

AVONDALE - Tony Rosasco 41; Nick Rahbany 52; Max Marzolf 54; Nick Buchanan 59

RECORDS - Avondale 1-6

NOVI 166, PLYMOUTH SALEM 174

(at Walnut Creek CC, par 36)

SALEM - Matt Schaumburger 42; Josh German 43; Shawn Weldon 44; Bryce Henderson 45

NOVI - Ryan Welch 38; Michael Ulle 40; Derek DuBois 44; Jason Wenner 44

HOLLY 188, LINDEN 188 (Holly wins on sixth-player tiebreaker)

(From Tuesday) (At Spring Meadows CC, par 36)

HOLLY - Luke Harrington 45; Noah Rooker 46; Danny Mathews 48; Matthew Moller 49; Jason Allmen 51; Griffin Lamb 51

LINDEN - Gabe Piesko 45; Ryan Montini 46; Ian Mann 47; Aidan McCarthy 50; Jack Whitman 51; Devin Hubbard 52

Girls Tennis

BERKLEY 8, ROYAL OAK 0

SINGLES - Sarai Ware (B) d. Marley Linenberg 6-0, 6-1;Sari Wise (B) d. Caroline Sherman 6-1, 6-1; Lacey Davidson (B) d. C.C. Findlay 6-1, 6-0; Katie Radner (B) d. Brooke Blackwell 6-0, 6-0

DOUBLES - Hannah Calender -Sabrina Elie (B) d. Amber Morris-Vivian Pendergast 6-0, 6-1; Shayna Brown-Emma Losey (B) d. Julia Bolton-Mackenzie Blackwell 7-5, 6-2; Julia Krasnick- Whitney Rubin (B) d. Sophia Burleigh-Jenna Swastek 6-2, 6-2; Allie Sperl-Morgan Walker (B) d. Adrienne Parks-Maria Pacifico 6-1, 6-1

RECORDS Royal Oak 3-9-1, 0-6-0

HARTLAND 6, SOUTH LYON 3

SINGLES - 1. Jackie Spryshak (H) d. (S) 6-1, 6-0; 2. Amanda Reilly (H) d. (S) 6-1, 6-2; 3. Abby Kowall (H) d. (S) 7-5, 2-6, 10-4; 4. Emily Bredin (H) d. (S) 1-6, 6-2, 10-4

DOUBLES - 1. (S) d. (H); 2. Anna Bredin-Sam Seelinger (H) d. (S) 7-5, 2-6, 10-4; 3. (S) d. (H); 4. Becca Habarth-Sydney Brief (H) d. (S) 6-2, 6-2

PONTIAC NOTRE DAME PREP 4, CLARKSTON 4

SINGLES - Sam Weber (C) d. Daniella Cabral 6-0, 6-1; Rayna Cason (C) d. Ila Batah 6-3, 6-3; Anjali Reddy (NDP) d. Ruthi Reagan 6-1, 6-1; Megan Boniface (NDP) d. Payton Greenlee 6-4, 0-6, 10-3

DOUBLES - Bella Hanna-Eliana Gebara (NDP) d. Dali Bell-Gigi Polomino 6-2, 6-4; Olivia Heming-Nicole Oska (NDP) d. Isabella Bender-Emma LaBruzzy 6-2, 7-6 (3); Kate Settleusner- Kaliegh Halligan (C) d. Hanna Blanck-Adelina Tatone 6-3, 6-2; Paige Rachel-Courtney Lven Hagen (C) d. Carla Hanna-Grace Khouri 7-6 (5), 6-3

BIRMINGHAM SEAHOLM 7, BIRMINGHAM GROVES 2 (From Tuesday)

SINGLES - Madison Ddaimato (S) d. Arielle Bauer 6-0, 6-0; Mollie Judge (S) d. Marin Wachs 6-2, 6-3; Lea Cazandanee (S) d. Laila Owens 2-6, 6-0, 6-3; Ny’Dea Terrell (G) d. Greta Albertie 4-6, 6-3, 7-5

DOUBLES - Emily Hirsh-Layla Bellossind (S) d. Madison Shortridge-Paige Baccanari 6-2, 6-4; Jesse Brettner -Emma Latessa (S) d. McKenna Moosekian-Dani Lutz 7-6(2), 6-2; Brooke Forte-Lilly Trinch (S) d. Katie Lockwood-Anna Chikhalenko 6-3, 6-2; Karis Horn-Grace Sleder (G) d. Sammy Maynard-Jackie Morganroth 7-5, 6-4; Sofia Manzo-Charlie Kushman (S) d. Charlise Keck-Lizzie Kompus 6-1, 6-3

RECORDS - Groves 8-8 overall, 3-4 OAA

ORTONVILLE BRANDON 4, CLIO 4 (From Tuesday)

SINGLES - Emma Hubbard (B) d. Courtney MacGregor 6-2, 7-5; Macy Kanno (B) d. Jenna Light 6-2, 6-1; Abbi Knake (C) d. Katie Burgess 6-2, 6-3; MaKenzie Brown (C) d. Katie Mullen 6-4, 6-4

DOUBLES - Callie Shelton-Kayla Davis (C) d. Bella Lauinger-Kerrigan Tomas 4-6, 7-6 (7-2), 1-6; Jenna Cornea-Natalie Halligan (B) d. Chloe Meyer-Sydney Sweet 6-4, 4-6, 6-1; Lauren Donnellon-Lauren Zajac (B) d. Anna Bachman-Abbi Luchay 5-7, 6-2, 6-2; Cassidy Fortney-Taylor Green (C) d. Rachel Foltz-Taryn Vlad (B) 6-2, 4-6, 6-7(7-5)

Top Performers

- Adam Mansfield, Auburn Hills Avondale baseball - Mansfield finished 3-for-3 with three RBI and three runs scored as Avondale topped Berkley 12-2 in six innings on Wednesday.

- Jacqueline Spizizen, Birmingham Detroit Country Day softball - Spizizen tossed a one-hit shutout and fanned 12 in the circle to help lift Detroit Country Day to an 11-0 win in five innings against Warren Woods Tower Wednesday.

- Aidan Jennings, Walled Lake Western baseball - Jennings finished 3-for-3 with four RBI to help lift Western to an 11-1 win in five innings over Waterford Kettering in the opener of Wednesday’s doubleheader before providing the game-winning, two-run single to propel Western to a 5-4 win in the finale.

- Grant Burgess, Clarkston Everest Collegiate baseball - Burgess finished 2-for-4 with a triple and four runs driven in to help lift Everest Collegiate to a 10-1 win against Sterling Heights Wednesday.

- Thomas Loftus, Rochester baseball - Loftus was 4-for-4 with a double and three runs scored to push Rochester past Stoney Creek, 7-6, in the continuation of a game that started Monday. Loftus then added two hits as the Falcons followed with a 2-1 win over Stoney Creek in Wednesday’s regularly-scheduled game.

Last Updated: 5/10/2017 10:49:31 PM EST


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