Weekend Prep Roundup: Bloomfield Hills gets sweep of Athens in baseball action

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Included with the roundup are photos from the Walled Lake Central-Lakeland Quad.

MIDLAND - In baseball action, Jack Luer had a strong doubleheader effort as he recorded three hits and four RBI in the nightcap that saw Bloomfield Hills grab 3-1 and 11-3 victories respectively to sweep Troy Athens on Saturday.

In the first game, Patrick Najor pitched six innings, he gave up just four hits and recorded five strikeouts to get the win on the mound. Jackson Avery recorded the winning run in the sixth inning and had two hits in the game.

In the second game, Jayden Hanna pitched four innings and recorded four strikeouts giving up just one run. Robert Ferguson had a hit, two RBI and scored three runs for the Black Hawks (15-8, 4-3 OAA).

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- Walled Lake Northern 4-5, Livonia Stevenson 0-7 - At Walled Lake, Dale Barnhart pitched a complete game shutout giving up just five hits. Zach Brunet went 2-for-3 with three RBI. Tommy Larson went 2-for-2 with an RBI. Landon Hunt went 2-for-3 with a double and Nick Powell went 1-for-2 with two stolen bases. In the second game, Nick Powell went 3-for-3 with two RBI, a triple and three stolen bases; Carter Farr was 1-for-2 with two RBI and Jake Frelich went 2-for-3 with an RBI as the Knights comeback fell just short for the Knights (19-8).

- Birmingham Groves 5-10, Portage Central 4-6 – At Portage, Michael Pastoria hit a three-run homer in the opener and Groves went on to a doubleheader sweep. Harrison Cole and John Kowalchuk smacked back-to-back homers in the fifth inning. Connor Bradbury added two hits and Andrew Martin tossed a complete game, limiting Portage Central to three earned runs while striking out four. He also had two hits of his own. In game two, Chaise Ford had three hits and scored a run, George Cutler supplied two hits -- including a triple -- and drove in two runs and Matt Bachand had two hits, two RBI and a run scored. Cole also had two hits. Ryan Laub pitched 1 ⅓ innings of relief to get the win and Max Novick tossed a perfect seventh to get the save for Groves (24-3).

- Clarkston Everest Collegiate competed in a tournament. In the first game, Everest defeated Rogers City 9-3. Nick Cross recorded two hits and three RBI. Nino Mastromatteo and Grant Burgess had two RBI. Burgess recorded the win on the mound as he pitched four innings and grabbed seven strikeouts. Alexander Earnhardt pitched three innings for Everest. In the second game, Bay City All Saints defeated Everest 8-2. Ryan Smith added two hits. Luke Luttinen pitched five and a third innings and recorded three strikeouts for the Mountaineers.

- Orchard Lake St. Mary’s 12-9, Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard 1-4 - At Orchard Lake, in the first five-inning game, Dillon Kark went 3-for-3 with four runs scored. Trenton Gilman went 2-for-3 with two RBI. Damon Leja pitched five innings gave up just two hits. In the second game, Blake Bean recorded the go-ahead grand slam and had four RBI. Brayden Aepelbacher went 3-for-3 with two runs scored. Logan Wood pitched four and two thirds innings, giving up just one earned run and had six strikeouts (10-17). OLSM travels to play Birmingham Groves on Tuesday.

- Royal Oak Shrine 18-13, St. Clair Shores South Lake 3-0 - At South Lake, Jay Hester hit for the cycle in the opener and the Knights (15-8) cruised to a non-league doubleheader sweep. Hester went 7-for-8 on the day with six runs scored -- five in the first -- and five RBI. Tom Peaslee had three hits, four runs scored and six RBI on the afternoon, while Jack Salerno smacked four hits, including a triple, and drove in four runs. Sean Ruhle was the winning pitcher in the opener, going four innings and striking out six. He also drove in a run. Malachi Flood pitched all five innings of the nightcap, striking out eight and limiting South Lake to one hit.

- Auburn Hills Avondale 15-6, Stoney Creek 2-4 - At Stoney Creek, Alex Mueller had two hits and drove in four runs in the opener and Avondale went on to sweep the doubleheader. Jake Pershern supplied two hits and drove in three runs, while Ethan Jewell picked up the pitching win by going four innings and striking out four. Ty Lemendola hit a two-run homer for Stoney Creek (6-20). Josh Richter had two hits and three RBI for Avondale (19-8) in the nightcap, while Conner Gubariu added two hits and an RBI. For the Cougars, Trevor Hunsenger and Isaac McKay each had two hits.

- Madison Heights Bishop Foley 3, Macomb Dakota 2 - Jon Hubanks recorded the win on the mound for Bishop Foley.

- Trenton Invite - Southfield A&T lost to the host team, 10-4. Robert Barker hit a tie-breaking, two-run single for Trenton. Danny Little singled in a run for Southfield A&T.


- Warren Regina 9, Milford 3 - Audrey Petoskey and Allison Smith each collected two hits for Milford. Jenna Carlisle took the loss in the circle for the Mavericks.

- Lakeland 12, Milford 2 - At White Lake, Audrey Petoskey hit a home run in the first inning. Allison Smith, Petoskey, and Hailey Curtis each collected one hit for Milford. Lauren Castellon, Mary Zimmerman, Kaley Miller, and Chase Schultz each collected multiple hits for Lakeland. Schultz recorded the win in the circle for the Eagles with four innings, three hits, a walk and recording three strikeouts.

- At Woodhaven, three of Farmington Hills Mercy’s four seniors hit over .700 on the day, as the Marlins won the Hits for Heroes tournament.

Seniors Mary Reeber (.769), Nicole Belans (.733) and Sophia Van Acker (.706) all had double-digit hits on the day, as did junior Anna Dixon (.588), while the fourth senior, Shannon Gibbons, was one of three to drive in double-digit runs (10 RBI; Belans 14, Dixon 10).

The Marlins (19-9) beat Woodhaven, 18-6, Grosse Ile, 15-0, and Riverview, 13-8, to advance to the title game, where they beat Ida, 14-4.

- Hartland competed in the Lowell Invitational grabbing a 9-2 victory over Calvin Christian. Lauren Plasky, Clare Minsker, Brianna Robeson, Sam Nagel, Madelin Skene, and Hannah Mourad each collected multiple hits for the Eagles while Nagel, Skene, and Robeson each drove in two runs to lead Hartland.

- Rochester traveled to Royal Oak to play in the Fred Piper Tournament. In the first game, Rochester defeated Clinton Township Chippewa Valley 14-10 in five innings. The Falcons had six extra base hits including a Jenna Norgrove home run. In the second game, Warren Regina topped Rochester 14-3. K. Shaw led the Falcons going 2-for-4 with two doubles. B. Carlson finished 2-for-3 at the plate.

- Milford traveled to Royal Oak to play in the Fred Piper Tournament. In the first game, Milford defeated Rochester Adams 6-5. Haley Curtis recorded the win in the circle and had the game-winning hit. In the second game, Milford defeated Macomb L’Anse Creuse 4-2. Similar added a hit to tie and Audrey Petoskey with a hit to win. In the final game, New Baltimore Anchor Bay topped Milford 6-3. Allison Smith, Lauren Carrannanto, Kayla Pennebaker, and Audrey Petoskey each collected one hit to lead the team.

- Royal Oak went 2-1 in the Fred Piper Tournament, defeating Southfield Christian 4-3 and Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood 9-2 before falling to Berkley 6-3. In Royal Oak’s opener, winning pitcher Marissa Krynak gave up five hits and struck out eight. Offensively, Krynak went 2-for-3 with two RBI. Hannah Lefave and Sierra Randle both went 2-for-4 and scored a run. Randle and Anna Ross drove in runs. Grace Gilson pitched a complete game as she gave up no earned runs on five hits with two walks and 12 strikeouts. Lexi Prestel added two hits and scored a run. Tiara Francisco went 1-for-3 with a double and scored a run. Emma Paryaski went 1-for-3 and scored a run. Faith Crosby and Maranda Sailor went 1-for-3 for the Eagles. Against Cranbrook-Kingswood, Emily Alton allowed five hits and walked none. Lefave had a double and a triple and knocked in three runs. Ross scored a run, Lily O'Branovic scored twice and drove in another, and Casey Meissner added an RBI. Lefave had two hits and scored twice against Berkley and Mallory Dubay drove in a run.

- North Farmington won two of three games in the hosted tournament on Saturday. In the opener, North Farmington defeated Livonia Franklin 14-11. Sam Cherney started the game going three and a third innings for the win, allowing only two earned runs. Maeve O’Hare recorded the last two outs. Sarah William led the way with three hits and two RBI. Mara Sczecienski (1 RBI), Sam Cherney (3 RBI), Sarah Fish (3 RBI), and Maddie Armstrong (1 RBI) had two hits each. Izzy Randel and Maeve O’Hare (1 RBI) each chipped in a hit. Sarah Fish recorded a home run. This victory was also coach Dave Brubaker’s 500th career win at North Farmington. In game two, the Raiders defeated West Bloomfield 6 -2. Cherney pitched three innings and had five strikeouts. O’Hare pitched four innings in relief. Cherney (1 RBI) and Randel (1 RBI) had two hits each. Molly Simpson (2 RBI), Maddie Armstrong, and Sarah Fish each added a hit for the Raiders. In the final game, Utica Eisenhower topped North Farmington 7-2. Sam Cherney went the distance striking out four and reached the 100 strikeout threshold on the season. Simpson led the way with three hits. Sczecienski (1 RBI), Jordyn Taylor (1 RBI), and Fish had a hit apiece. The Raiders (8-13-1, 4-5-1) OAA Red will play Farmington in a doubleheader on Thursday.

Girls Soccer

- Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood 1, Riverview Gabriel Richard 0 - Natalie Seiler scored the lone goal of the game and Kaela Mali recorded the shutout for the Cranes.

- Madison Heights Bishop Foley 9, Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes 1 - Mackenzie Kopf scored five goals. Megan Gleason and Jillian Ramos scored a pair of goals respectively. Foley advances to the Division 2-3 CHSL semifinals and takes on Wixom St. Catherine of Siena.

- Troy Athens 4, Traverse City West 0 – At Traverse City, Alli Leonard, Ashley Leonard had a goal and an assist. Brooke Russell and Jenna Penz added a goal. Skyla Gebauer added an assist. Julia Lower had a shutout for Athens.

- Rochester 1, Novi 0 – Gabby Gilmore scored the game-winning goal. Kaitlyn Godwin recorded the shutout for Rochester.

- Birmingham Marian traveled to Williamston to play in a tournament. In the first game, the Mustangs knocked off Lowell 3-0. Jansen Eichenlaub, Neve Badalow and Sydney Petoskey scored a goal. Claudia Schilling had an assist. In the second game, Marian defeated the host Williamston 3-0. Morgan Cochran and Juliette Thomas scored a goal. Claudia Schilling had a goal and an assist. Elaina Eckert and Claudia Schilling had an assist.

- Birmingham Groves 1, Madison Heights Lamphere 0 - At Birmingham, Lamphere (7-2-4, 6-1-2).

Boys Golf

- Novi Detroit Catholic Central competed in the Horton Smith tournament as Ben Smith (65) and James Piot (66) had the leading scores for the Shamrocks. The par was 68. Catholic Central also competed at Akers West: Sean Niles 65-74 139; Sean Sooch (69-76) 145; Dyllan Skinner (71, 75) 146; Sam Holland (79-80) 159; Andrew Lack (80-85) 165.

- Hartland finished in 10th place at the East Lansing Invitational with 636 points. Bryce Brief (74), Nic Hoffman (75), Alex Willis (78) and Mitch Cotten (80) recorded the top scores for the Eagles. The afternoon round on the West was led by Hoffman's continued steady play (76), Cotten (79), Brief (85) and Willis (87).

Boys Lacrosse

- Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 12, Okemos 10 – At Okemos, Ryan Genord scored five goals and Danny Canton added three goals for ND Prep.

Girls Lacrosse

- Dexter 11, Huron Valley United 10 (From Friday) - Kady Waits scored three goals. Britney Leist, Bailey Cislo, Natalie Buse each had two goals. Maddie Kadwell added a goal. Olivia Racine was in goal for the Titans.

Boys Track and Field

- Southfield Christian finished fourth in the Warrior Invitational. Elijah Hicks took fifth in the 100 (11.48) and sixth in the 200 running a personal best 23.63. Austin Little was fifth in the 400. Jonathan Sullivan took third in the 800. Carter Adams was second in the 3200 (10:58.89) and Immanuel Smith was sixth in the 300 Hurdles. The 4x100 Relay was fourth and included Chris Aldridge, Chris Davenport, CJ Roberson and Hicks. The 4x400 Relay took second (3:39) and featured Eric Wagoner, Donald Keating, Little and Sullivan. Another runnerup finish was recorded by the 4x800 Relay of Max Vowles, Wagoner, Mark Harting and Sullivan. CJ Roberson took fourth in the Shot Put (37-11.25).

(Warrior Invitational)

TEAMS – Garden City 277; Lutheran Westland 164; Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest 110; Southfield Christian 94; Dearborn Heights Crestwood 83; Redford Thurston 76; Detroit Edison PSA 74; Royal Oak Shrine 50; Plymouth Christian Academy 46, Birmingham Roeper 28, Dearborn Heights Annapolis 26, Auburn Hills Oakland Christian 12; Huron Valley Lutheran 12; Taylor Prep 2

(Fenton 9-10 Invite)

TEAMS - Lake Orion 142.33; Saline 100.33; Fenton 81; Swartz Creek 67.5; Holly 59.33; Birmingham Groves 45; Flint Powers Catholic 43; South Lyon 41; Linden 29; Lake Fenton 29; Ortonville Brandon 14.5; Livonia Stevenson 11

Girls Track and Field

- Southfield Christian finished second in the Warrior Invitational. Chika Amene won the 100 (12.73), while Shelby Goodson took fifth. Goodson also took 3rd in the 200 (27.89). Kaelin Ray won the 100 Hurdles (16.46) and 300 Hurdles, bettering her school record (46.92). The second-place 4x200 Relay quartet included Goodson, Grace McFerrin, Madisyn William and Ray. The 4x400 Relay of Rebekah Wilson, Ray, McFerrin and Holly Smith was also second.

(Warrior Invitational)

TEAMS – Garden 144; Southfield Christian 112; Dearborn Heights Crestwood 95; Royal Oak Shrine 94; Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest 92; Lutheran Westland 78; Wixom St. Catherine 77; Redford Thurston 76; Auburn Hills Oakland Christian 72; Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes 60; Livonia Ladywood 60; Birmingham Roeper 44; Sterling Heights Parkway Christian 18; Detroit Edison PSA 12; Taylor Prep 8; Plymouth Christian 8; Novi Franklin Road Christian 2; Dearborn Heights Annapolis 2

(Fenton 9-10 Invite)

TEAMS - Lake Orion 160.5; Saline 121.5; South Lyon 55.5; Holly 52; Fenton 49; Flint Powers Catholic 48.5; Ortonville Brandon 48; Swartz Creek 47; Linden 26; Lake Fenton 24; Birmingham Groves 18




Top Performers

- Jay Hester, Royal Oak Shrine baseball - Hester hit for the cycle in the opener as Shrine swept St. Clair Shores South Lake, 18-3 and 13-0, on Saturday. Hester went 7-for-8 on the day with six runs scored -- five in the first game -- and five RBI.

- Mackenzie Kopf, Madison Heights Bishop Foley girls soccer - Kopf scored five goals as Bishop Foley defeated Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes 9-1 on Saturday. Foley advances to the Division 2-3 CHSL semifinals and takes on Wixom St. Catherine of Siena.

- Ryan Genord, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep boys lacrosse - Genord scored five goals as ND Prep held on to top Okemos 12-10 on Saturday.

Last Updated: 5/13/2017 8:43:16 PM EST

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