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Tuesday’s Prep Roundup: Mott and Northern battle to 3-3 draw in girls soccer

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EDITOR’S NOTE: Included with the roundup is a gallery from the Rochester and Auburn Hills Avondale girls soccer game that ended in a 2-2 tie.

WATERFORD - Dani Wolfe scored two goals and had an assist for Walled Lake Northern but it wasn’t enough to break the 3-3 deadlock against Waterford Mott on Tuesday.

Elie Rogers had a goal and an assist. Sam Cannon was in goal for Western.

Sierra Tischer had a goal and an assist. Kendra Lewis and Jasmin Messer had a goal. Avery Campbell added an assist for Mott.

Tairyn Webb and Marissa Lossia split time in net for the Corsairs (14-2-2).

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- Lakeland 3, Waterford Kettering 0 – At White Lake, Claire Bridgewater, Jordyn Murray and Alyssa Flevaris added a goal for Lakeland. Brooke Brulletti recorded the shutout.

- Troy Athens 3, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 3 - At Pontiac, Skyla Gebauer, Lindsey Boots, Heidi Berschbach scored a goal. Jordyn Rauser, Kelsey Malven and Alli Leonard had an assist.

- Royal Oak 3, Ortonville Brandon 0 - At Royal Oak, June Donnellon scored a pair of goals and Ally Roberts added one for Royal Oak (2-10-2). Lucy Donnellon had an assist. Rebecca Coapman picked up the shutout in goal for the Ravens.

- Madison Heights Lamphere 3, Marysville 0 (From Monday) - Destiny Carr scored two goals and Lauren Mexico added a goal from distance for Lamphere (8-2-4, 7-1-2).

- Linden 5, Holly 0 (From Monday) - Holly took the loss at home.

- Utica Eisenhower 4, Royal Oak 0 (From Monday) - The Ravens took the loss at home.

- Ortonville Brandon 3, Clio 0 (From Monday) - Jessica Andrus, Rachel Devine and Kylie Claxton all scored a goal. Allison Keller, Cameron Harden and Sarah Abbott all had an assist. Freshman Delaney Sebring recorded her ninth shutout of the season for Brandon.

- Lake Fenton 3, Ortonville Brandon 1 (From Wednesday) - Allie Keller had a goal and Cameron Harden had an assist. Delaney Sebring made 10 saves for Brandon.

- Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 3, Troy Athens 3 - At Troy, Olivia Mears scored twice and Celia Gaynor added a goal for Prep (11-3-3).

- Lake Orion 9, Ferndale 1 - At Ferndale, Marisa Sydlowski scored three goals, Paige Goodman added two and Jordan Marchese, Olivia Gies, Karyn Redd and Jackie Gingell each added a goal for Lake Orion (8-4-2).


- Allen Park Cabrini 8-2, Royal Oak Shrine 4-7 – At Allen Park, In the doubleheader, Luke Jones recorded the win in the second game with a complete game on five hits, two earned runs and seven strikeouts. Jay Hester went 2-for-6 with a three-run home run. Brennan Carr went 3-for-5 with a double and an RBI. Tom Peaslee went 5-for-8 with an RBI. Cam Eckert went 3-for-7 with an RBI. Jack Salerno went had two RBI for Shrine (17-9). Shrine will host Detroit Renaissance tomorrow.

- Farmington 15, Farmington Hills Harrison 5 - At Farmington, Collin Finn went 2-for-4 with four RBI. Zach Dickson went 2-for-3 with an RBI. Luke Morrissette went 1-for-3 with two RBI. Elliott Edsall pitched a complete game as he gave up six hits, a walk and eight strikeouts for the Falcons (17-11. 6-6 OAA White).

- Southfield A&T 7, Royal Oak 0 - At Royal Oak, George Osborne‏ pitched a complete game one-hitter to close out Royal Oak.

- Birmingham Groves 16, Orchard Lake St Mary’s 1 (3 Innings) – At Birmingham, John Kowalchuk added a home run and scored three runs, George Cutler went 3-for-3 with two doubles, a home run, five RBI and a run scored. and Michael Pastoria went 2-for-2 with a double, a home run, two RBI and two runs scored. Groves had 10 different players record at least a hit. Ryan Laub recorded the win with a complete game on two hits, one earned run, two walks and added four strikeouts for Groves (27-3, 12-1 OAA White). Groves will finish the season series with Seaholm on Wednesday. Harrison Poeszat and Jack Mooney recorded a hit for St. Mary’s.

- Auburn Hills Oakland Christian 10, Clarkston Everest Collegiate 4 – At Clarkston, Zach Tison had three hits and two RBI. Richard Steffan pitched a complete game with nine strikeouts for Oakland Christian. Mitchel Rozwadowski pitched three innings and had two strikeouts for Everest.

- Oxford 4-1, Clarkston 3-4 (From Monday) - In the first game, Ben Gingell pitched a complete game giving up just two earned runs and grabbed seven strikeouts. Ben Nuss, Gage Warzecha, Brandon Barrows, Braun Mayette, Evan Brunning, Ben Gingell, Mario Scribner and Justin Allen all grabbed a hit for Oxford. In the second game, Shae Walters pitched five innings giving up just one earned run and grabbing four strikeouts. Jack Kitchner threw two innings giving up no earned runs. Ben Nuss, Garrett Tyrrell, and Gage Warzecha had the only hits for the Wildcats.

- Ortonville Brandon 7-3, Clio 5-4 (From Monday) - In the first game, Zach Bunting hit a two-run home run and Jason Young pitched six inning with no earned runs and nine strikeouts for Brandon. In the second game, Dusty Dickens hit a triple and Jared Halteman was on the mound (8-14).

- Ortonville Brandon 7, Waterford Kettering 3 (From Thursday) - Ryan Beauchamp hit a home run. Jacob Carney had three hits and Josh Manfroni recorded the win on the mound for the Blackhawks (7-13).

- Novi Franklin Road Christian 8, Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest 4 - At Rochester Hills, Paul Alex recorded the win, striking out six. Alex also added three hits and three runs offensively. Evan Lorey homered and drove in four runs for Franklin Road Christian.

- Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood 12, Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes 2 - At Bloomfield Hills, Tristan Knoer recorded the win while Jack Fairman went 3-for-4 and Ken Schumacher and Trevor McConnell each had two hits and two RBI for Cranbrook.


- Center Line 11, Madison Heights Lamphere 7 – At Madison Heights, LeeAnna Radick hit a home run and Alexis Wark, Shaylia Richardson, Ashley McKigney, Julia Roell and Sarah McGinnis all had an RBI double. Sarah Barrett and Jensyn Shaw added a single for Lamphere (11-6, 3-5).

- Farmington 8-7, Auburn Hills Avondale 2-5 - At Farmington, In game one, Robyn Banks struck out eight while adding a three-run homer. Lauren Johnson had two hits and two runs for the Falcons. In game two, Robyn Banks again picked up the win. Danielle Petras hit a game winning grand slam while Lauren Johnson went 3-for-4 and Natalie Girbach added two hits for Farmington.

- Birmingham Seaholm 13-14, Birmingham Marian 3-0 - At Birmingham, In game one, Alison McClear scored two runs, Riley Kettner had three RBI and Emma Jane Naegeli, Reagan Hurd and Erika MacArthur each had two hits while Abby Righter had a game-ending two-run homer. MacArthur picked up the win on the mound with 6 strikeouts. In the abbreviated nightcap, Jessica Verona and Elle Lewandowski each went 2-for-2 with doubles, Sarah Hegel had a two-run double and Cami Vida chipped in a single and two runs. Righter captured the victory in the circle.

- Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 11-6, Royal Oak 5-0 – At Royal Oak, In the first game, Rebecca Petrella picked up the win in the opener pitching the final five innings. She gave up four runs on five hits with a strikeout. Freshmen Lauren Koenig went 5-for-5 and drove in 3 runs, while Maddy McClune went 3-for-4 scoring twice. Caley Gleason continued to hit the ball well going 3-for-4 (and was hit by a pitch), scored four times and drove in three RBI. Kara Thornton also had a pair of hits and scored twice. For the Irish. Hannah Lefave went 1-for-4. Sierra Randle went 1-for-3. Ashley Bleecker went 1-for-3. Marissa Krynak went 2-for-4 and recorded four strikeouts in the circle. Annie Rabon went 2-for-3. In the second game, Gleason picked up the win in the nightcap as she scattered four hits and added 13 strikeouts. On offense she finished 3 -for-4 with a triple, scoring twice and adding two RBI McClune added a pair of hits, two runs scored and an RBI while Thornton collected two hits, a sacrifice, two RBI and scored one for the Irish. Randle, Krynak and Mallory Dubay went 1-for-3. Anna Ross went 1-for-2 for the Ravens. Emily Alton took the loss in the circle for the Ravens.

- Oxford 12-14, Lapeer 0-6 – At Lapeer, In the first game, Chloe Allen had two home runs and a single to add to a six RBI opener. Hannah Vachon added three hits and a home run. Gabby Dinges, Kenzie Miller, and Sarah Tyrrell had two hits apiece. Vachon threw a four-hit shutout in the win. In the second game, Allen added a double, two home runs, including a grand slam and had five RBI. Alex Brown, Maddie Morris, Lauren Donaldson, Kaitlyn Bean and Hannah Vachon all chipped in two hits in the nightcap for Oxford (20-5).

- Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest 15, Southfield Christian 0 - At Rochester Hills, Madison Macy pitched the shutout while Ali Magiera homered and drove in four runs and Christina Campbell added two hits and two RBI for Northwest (13-3). Emma Paryaski started and took the loss while Faith Crosby and Emma Paryaski recorded the only two hits for the Eagles

- Clarkston 2-11, Troy Athens 0-0 - At Troy, In the first eight inning game, Hannah Cady went 3-for-4 and Olivia Warrington recorded the win, striking out 17. In game two, Naya Ansel drove in three runs and Paige Blevins homered for Clarkston (19-7). Lanie Ellinger pitched eight innings, gave up just five hits and recorded 15 strikeouts. Mikayla Kirtland had two hits including a double for Athens.

- Birmingham Detroit Country Day 4, Rochester Adams 0 – At Birmingham, Jacqueline Spizizen pitched a one-hitter with 18 strikeouts. Gabrielle Maday had three hits and scored two runs. Katie Lyngklip had a double and an RBI for Country Day (14-3).

- Clio 13, Ortonville Brandon 7 (From Monday) - Brandon couldn't recover from an 11 run first inning.

- Waterford Kettering 8, Milford 5 (From Monday) - Koryn Pennebaker went 2-for-3. Hailey Curtis took the loss in the circle. Jenna Carlisle pitched four and a third innings with five runs, five hits and two strikeouts for Milford. Madison French recorded the win with a complete game on five runs, seven hits and 14 strikeouts.

Boys Lacrosse

- Oxford 12, Ann Arbor Greenhills 6 – At Oxford, Giovanni DeBlasi made 28 saves. Spencer Petoskey had five goals and three assists. Dryden Calcaterra added three goals. Robert Rodriguez added two goals and Gavin Fritz and Garrett Stuk scored a goal for Oxford (12-3).

- Plymouth Salem 6, Huron Valley United 4 (From Monday) - Danny Yates added two goals. Andrew Simonich added a goal and an assist. Logan Shureb added a goal. Dakota Racine made 12 saves for United.

Girls Lacrosse

- Troy Athens 13, Swartz Creek 6 – Aubrey Kapala scored four goals. Christina Wallace, Jessica Fish and Maddie Crum each added two goals for Athens.

- Birmingham United 14, Birmingham Marian 13 – At Birmingham, Sofia Johnson scored three goals including the game-winner with one second left in the game to propel the United (9-3) to victory. Grace Murray had three goals and three assists. Meryl Feys added three goals. Grace Fischer and Grace Silcox had two goals for United.

- Huron Valley United 12, Plymouth Canton 9 (From Monday) - Britney Leist and Natalie Busen each had three goals. Bailey Cislo and Kady Waits scored twice. Eden Vansicklen and Payton Sloat added a goal. Olivia Racine recorded the win. Haley Varilone, Sydney Shefferly and Rachael Leach led the defensive effort for United.

Boys Golf

- Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest 210, Birmingham Roeper 211 - Austin Deguia and Miles Hicks shot a 46 for Roeper.

- Hartland finished in first place in a KLAA Meet with 157 points. Nic Hoffman (37); Dylan Huck (39); Blake Rose (40); Alex Willis (41) for the Eagles (6-0).

Boys Golf


(at Links of Crystal Lake, par 36)

AVONDALE – Max Marzolf 43; Tony Rosasco 45; Nick Buchanan 46; Nick Rahbany 48

FERNDALE – Alex Reynolds 52; Alonzo Bamford 57; Winston Hart 58; John Stellard 59

RECORDS – Avondale 2-7


(at Flushing Valley GC, par 36)

FLUSHING – Amy Rykes 40; Nick Brown 42; Dillon Stankewicz 46; Jackson Bitterman 49

HOLLY – Noah Rooker 46; Matt Moller 48; Luke Harrington 49; Danny Matthews 51

Girls Tennis


SINGLES – Maddie Harrod (A) d. Joi Takenouchi 6-3, 6-2; Reanna Orzechowski (A) d. Nene Fukui 6-1, 6-3; Cindy Quach (A) d. Jennifer Tien 6-1, 7-5; Emma White (A) d. Mckenna Iodice 6-0, 6-0

DOUBLES – Caitlin Zaremba-Poem Harrison (A) d. Shaniya Evans-Anna McCliment 6-1, 6-2; Joyce Yu -Connie Rahbany (A) d. Elena Ochoa-Julia Fisher 6-0, 6-2; Bridgette Morris- Maizy Czartorski (A) d. Endia Land-Kamaria Hill 6-0, 6-1; Natalie Dunn- Lauren Walsh (A) d. Mia Dokic-Jordan Smoot 7-6, 6-4

RECORDS - Avondale 9-2-1


SINGLES - Maddy Winarski (P) d. Gabi Garlicki 6-1, 6-0; Ila Batah (P) d. Emma Grey 6-0, 6-0; Jessica Laconis (LO) d. Adelina Tatone 6-1, 6-2; Megan Boniface (P) d. Alyssa Bowden 6-1, 6-1

DOUBLES - Bella Hanna-Kate Nachazel (P) d. Gabi Hamay-Libby Cunningham 6-3, 6-4; Olivia Heming-Nicole Oska (P) d. Sarah Van Rooyen-Payge Lindow 6-0, 6-4; Daniella Cabral-Emma DiNardo (P) d. Cierra Levering-Heather Kulkis 7-5, 3-6, 10-7; Carla Hanna-Grace Khouri (P) d. Mackinzie Lucas-Shreya Desai 6-3, 6-3

RECORDS – Prep 4-5-2


SINGLES – Sara Ang (R) d. Agata Szewczk 6-2, 6-2; Neha Sridhar (A) d. Chris William 6-0, 6-2; Alshani Gargapati (A) d. Olivia Krempel 6-0, 6-3; Shankari Ravithas (A) d. Maruielle Cook 6-0, 6-4

DOUBLES – Rachel Draplin-Deena Olar (A) d. Taylor Isenberg-Sana Hussaini 6-2, 6-4; Saihaj Deol-Malidia Mansour (A) d. Paige Gonterman-Teddi Turner 7-5, 6-1; Namitha Kumar-Nickila Nallabelli (A) d. Ana Huetteman-Ishi Shukla 3-6, 6-4 6-1; Akila Nallabelli-Geanette Wang (A) d. Delna Sholapurwalla-Avneete Aulakh 6-1, 6-2; Grace Crites-Renata Trujillo (R) d. Nicole Borkosh-Miranda Mansour 7-5, 6-2

RECORDS - Rochester 5-5-1


SINGLES - Arielle Bauer (G) d. Hannah Jacobs 6-0, 6-2; Marin Wachs (G) d. Sari Wise (6-4, 4-6, 10-5; Leila Owens (G) d. Lacey Davison 6-2, 6-3; Ny'Dea Terrell (G) d. Katie Radner 7-6 (6), 4-6, 10-6

DOUBLES - Charlise Keck-Madison Shortridge (G) d. Hannah Calender-Sabrina Elie 6-2, 6-2; McKenna Moosekian-Dani Lutz (G) d. Shayna Brown-Emma Losey 6-2, 6-1; Katie Lockwood-Anna Chilhalenko (G) d. Julie Krasnick-Whitney Rubin 6-1, 6-3; Grace Sleder-Karis Horn (G) d. Allie Sperl-Morgan Walker 6-0, 6-1


SINGLES - 1. Louise Clarke (NF) d. Maddie Ortwine 6-0, 6-0;

DOUBLES - Pooja Kapadia-Kat Vicini (NF) d. Alyssa Harvey and McKelvie Heath 6-3, 7-6, 7-5; Sophia Jozwiak- Jessica Goldberg (NF) d. Arden Christie-Dani Parsons 6-3, 6-4; Emma Turkmani-Maddie Katz (NF) d. Pratima Sharma-Hannah Segal 6-1, 6-0; Amanda Hall-Maryssa Anderson (NF) d. Hailey Paul-Keerthi Morisetty 6-0, 6-1

RECORDS - North Farmington 5-4

Boys Track and Field


3200 RELAY — Walled Lake Western (Petruno, Koyama, Bulaj, Saieg) 9:09 ; 110 HURDLES — Dodge (W) 14.52; 100 DASH — Reilly (W) 11.07; 800 RELAY — Walled Lake Western (Reilly, Thomas, Williams, Baker) 1:33.01; 1600 RUN — Kachnowski (W) 5:06; 400 RELAY — Walled Lake Western (Dodge, Reilly Harris, Thomas 44.5; 400 DASH — Saieg (W) 51.97; 300 HURDLES — Williams (W) 44.65; 800 RUN — Petruno (W) 2:12.92; 200 DASH — White (W) 23.95; 3200 RUN — Kachnowski (W) 11.46; 1600 RELAY — Walled Lake Western (White, Saieg, Thomas, Petruno) 3:41; SHOT PUT — Piotrovsky (K) 50-2; DISCUS — Piotrovsky (K) 162-6; LONG JUMP — Harris (W) 20-0; HIGH JUMP — Daniels (K) 5-8; POLE VAULT — Gleason (W) 10-0

RECORDS – Western 4-1; Kettering 0-5

Top Performers

- Jacqueline Spizizen, Birmingham Detroit Country Day softball - Spizizen pitched a one-hitter with 18 strikeouts as Country Day topped Rochester Adams 4-0 on Tuesday.

- Chloe Allen, Oxford softball – Allen dominated at the plate with four home runs, including a grand slam that propelled Oxford to a 12-0 and 14-6 sweep of Lapeer on Tuesday. Allen recorded 11 RBI in the doubleheader.

- George Cutler, Birmingham Groves baseball - Cutler went 3-for-3 with two doubles, a home run, five RBI and a run scored as Groves defeated Orchard Lake St. Mary’s 16-1 in three innings on Tuesday. This marks the 27th victory on the season for Groves.

- Sofia Johnson, Birmingham United girls lacrosse - Johnson added three goals including the game-winner with a second left as United fought off Birmingham Marian 14-13 on Tuesday.

Last Updated: 5/16/2017 10:54:22 PM EST

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