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Wednesday’s Prep Roundup: Clarkston wins OAA White title with win over Berkley

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BERKLEY – Rielee Fetty scored the game-winning goal with 3:11 to play on a shot from the left hashmark that found the back of the net as Clarkston fought off Berkley 2-1 to claim the OAA White title on Wednesday.

Maddy Hannon scored a goal and Michaela Rodriguez had an assist for the Wolves.

Cam Sawicki had a goal on a penalty kick for the Bears.

More girls soccer

- West Bloomfield 3, Clawson 0 - At West Bloomfield, Gabriela Green scored three consecutive goals as West Bloomfield grabbed the 3-0 win over Clawson.

- Birmingham Marian 6, Macomb Lutheran North 0 - Ellie DeConinck had two goals and had an assist. Claudia Schilling had a goal and two assists. Morgan Cochran had a goal and an assist. Maria Kaschalk and Elaina Eckert added a goal. Grace Kinna had an assist for Marian.

- Madison Heights Lamphere 2, Marine City 0 – At Marine City, Ava Riley and Lauren Mexico scored a goal. Destiny Carr had an assist for Lamphere (9-2-4, 8-1-2).

- Southfield Christian 8, Lutheran Westland 0 (From Tuesday) - Taylor Barry scored four goals. and had an assist. Jessica Hanson had three goals and had two assists. Allison Sullivan added a goal. Grace Allan and Libby Sanders added an assist for Southfield Christian.

- Northville 3, Livonia Stevenson 3 (From Tuesday) - Sarah Noonan had a goal and two assists. Tara Beason and Sydney Schembri added a goal. Megan Krygier had an assist and Carlie Castiglione had three saves for the Mustangs. Abby Werthman added a goal. Audrey Kopitz added two penalty kick goals and had an assist for Stevenson. Northville (8-6-4). Stevenson (13-1-4).

- Wixom St. Catherine 2, Allen Park Cabrini 1 (From Saturday) - Gabby Green and Alexa Rastigue scored a goal. Bianca Ivezaj, Kyla Murray and Mary Herrmann had an assist for the Stars.

- Madison Heights Bishop Foley 4, Wixom St. Catherine 1 (From Tuesday) - Carolyn Moscone scored a goal off of a penalty kick.


- Royal Oak Shrine 6, Detroit Renaissance 2 – At Royal Oak, Jay Hester added a hit and an RBI and recorded the win on the mound. He recorded three and two thirds innings on one earned run and five strikeouts. Ben Wright went 1-for-2 with two RBI. Malachi Flood went 1-for-2 with two RBI. Jack Salerno went 3-for-3 for Shrine (17-9). Shrine will play in the Coldwater Tournament on Saturday.

- St. Clair Shores South Lake 3-5, Ferndale 0-12 – In the opener, Justin Baatz threw a perfect game. In the second game, Ferndale grabbed a 12-5 win.

- Walled Lake Central 12, Livonia Franklin 11- David Sprinkle went 3-for-3 with a double and two stolen bases. Dominic Vigliarolo was 2-for-3 with a triple and three RBI. Christian Hakim added three RBI. Jacob Downey went 2-for-4 with a double and two RBI. Jimi Kandah recorded the win on the mound for Central (10-14).

- Oxford 9, Clarkston 7 – At Clarkston, Anthony D'Alessandro went 1-for-2 with a triple, two runs scored and two walks. Ben Nuss reached base four times with two walks and two hit by pitch and three runs scored. Braun Mayette went 1-for-2 with three walks. Josh Allen pitched two innings to earn the win. Mario Scribner went the first six innings allowing just one earned run for Oxford (9-6).

- Holly 14-2, Flint Kearsley 4-5 – At Flint, Garrett Vangilder, D.J. Tennis Julian Solis all had two hits. Solis added four RBI and Vanglider added three RBI. Wyatt Scribner pitched five innings and grabbed five strikeouts for Holly. In the second game, Clay DeVries added a hit. Johnny Peck added two RBI. J.D. Lannon and Julian Solis split time on the mound for the Bronchos and combined for three strikeouts.

- Madison Heights Lamphere 16, St. Clair Shores Lake Shore 1 – At St. Clair, James Grams drove in five runs including a three-run homer, Dalton Templeton hit a three-run homer, Noah Fisher, Drew Durant, Zach Hilliard and Gabe Dionisio each had multiple hits for Lamphere (8-17, 4-8).

- Orchard Lake St. Mary’s 11, Detroit Western International 3 - At Detroit, Dillon Kark went 2-for-4 with a triple and four RBI. Kam Arnold went 2-for-3 with two runs scored. Harrison Poeszat went 2-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI. Jack Mooney went 2-for-2 with a double, two runs scored and two walks. Anthony Marcon pitched four innings, gave up two hits, and recorded five strikeouts for OLSM (11-18). OLSM will play in the Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett Tournament with Birmingham Detroit Country Day on Saturday.

- Birmingham Groves 9, Birmingham Seaholm 6 - At Birmingham, Chaise Ford hit a home run. Groves claimed the OAA White title.

- Hartland 11, Livonia Franklin 1 - Kyle Kletzka recorded the win on the mound as he pitched five innings, with three hits, with one earned run and two strikeouts. Hunter Delanoy went 2-for-4 with a double and four RBI. Justin Mcgrew went 2-for-3 with an RBI for the Eagles.

- Troy 3, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 0 - At Pontiac, Stephen McAvoy had two hits and Carter Scillion added a hit and a pair of RBI for the Colts. Scott Mittelbrun pitched a three-hitter and struck out six in six innings. Connor Wilson picked up the save. Troy is now 14-14.

- Rochester 13-2, Rochester Adams 5-1 – At Rochester, In the first game, Tyler Frankhouse hit a three-run home run and Ryan Gladstone had two hits and four RBI. Luke Kastron recorded the win for Rochester. In the second game, Frankhouse and Drew Loftus each had two hits. Nick Stepke had a double and an RBI. Albert Nagy threw a complete game with six strikeouts for Rochester (20-8, 12-3 OAA Red).

- Novi 9, Grand Blanc 0 - Novi records the shutout (14-17-1).

- Lake Orion 10, Stoney Creek 0 (5 Innings) - The Dragons share the OAA Red title with Rochester (12-3 OAA Red).

- Southfield Christian 12, Allen Park Inter-City Baptist 2 (From Tuesday) - Matthew Guerra scattered six hits over five innings and had three strikeouts. David Johnson scored twice. Matt Zielinski singled and scored a run. Johnathan Asbell scored twice and stole a base.

- Lake Orion 8-11, Stoney Creek 4-3 (From Monday) - In the first game, Trevor Hunsanger and Tyler LaMendola each had two hits. Bobby DiPanni had a two-RBI double for Stoney Creek. In the second game, DiPanni added two hits for the Cougars.

-Birmingham Groves 9, Birmingham Seaholm 6 - At Birmingham, for Groves, George Cutler was 1-for-2 with a three RBI bases-loaded triple, and he drew two walks. Max Novick went 2-for-3 with four RBI, Chaise Ford hit a solo home run and Zavier Warren drew three walks and scored three runs. Seaholm’s Liam Neel and Graham Girdler led their team each going 2-for-4. Groves captured the OAA White league championship with this win.


- Waterford Kettering 2, Plymouth Salem 0 - At Waterford, Madison French pitched a three hitter with seven strikeouts. French and Olivia Katich had two hits for Kettering (19-11, 10-6).

- Hartland 9, South Lyon 7 — At Hartland, the two teams combined for 14 runs over the first two innings, but the Eagles broke the 7-7 tie with one run in the third and an add-on run in the sixth. Lena Monteith drove in three runs for South Lyon (24-8), while Alexis Bonk had two hits, two RBI and struck out nine in six innings of work in the circle.

- Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes 4, Madison Heights Bishop Foley 3 (10 Innings) – At Madison Heights, Hannah Davies recorded 15 strikeouts in the circle. Kayla Sanders went 2-for-5 with an RBI. Stephanie Carver drove in the winning run in the 10th inning. Brianna Piot and Danielle Napolitan had an RBI for WOLL. Brooke Imrick grabbed 11 strikeouts and pitched all 10 innings for Bishop Foley.

- Farmington Hills Mercy 6, Dearborn Divine Child 2 - At Dearborn, Dunya Kizy, Sarah Cassidy, Anna Dixon, Mary Reeber and Sophia Van Acker all recorded two hits in the game. Shannon Gibbons went 1-for-4 with two RBI. Reeber added two runs scored and an RBI while Dixon added a run scored and an RBI. Olivia Iafrate pitched a complete game as she gave up five hits, two runs, one earned and recorded five strikeouts for the Marlins (20-9, 9-3). Rebecca Barnes and Angela Dunn went 1-for-3 with a run scored. Maddie Tripp pitched a complete game giving up 12 hits, six runs, none earned and had a strikeout for the Falcons in a CHSL semifinal.

- Stoney Creek 9-8, Rochester 3-2 - Sydney Rayba hit five triples in the doubleheader sweep for Stoney Creek.

- Wixom St. Catherine 15, Royal Oak Shrine 1 – At Royal Oak, Maddie Campagna threw a complete game one-hitter for the Stars. Megan Cermak went 2-for-2 with two walks and Caroline Hewer, Campagna, and Rachel Johnston each drove in two runs. The Stars scored five runs in the first inning. This is the third CHSL title for St. Catherine in the last five years.

- Lakeland 7, Northville 4 - Teresa Menzel recorded the win in the circle for the Eagles.

- Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 8-12, Goodrich 2-2 - At Goodrich, Notre Dame’s Maddy McClune had a pair of doubles, one run scored and three RBI. Lauren Koenig was 3-for-4 scoring twice with an RBI and Kacey Edmonds recorded two hits including a triple. In the nightcap, Micaela Gleason pitched a three hit game. Rebecca Petrella came on and finished the game by striking out two of the last three batters. Offensively, Gleason scored two runs on her own three hits, had three RBI and three stolen bases. Joy Fullerton went 3-for-3 with one run scored. Maddy McClune added three hits and a pair of runs. Kacey Edmonds added a double and a single with three RBI and one run scored. Pontiac Notre Dame Prep is now 20-10 overall.

Boys Lacrosse

- Madison Heights Bishop Foley 17, Whitmore Lake 1 - Cole Owens, Shaun Davis, Paul Channo, Franklin Lama all scored goals.

- Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 9, Romeo 6 - At Pontiac, Ryan Genord added three goals and two assists. Lorenzo Minaudo had three goals and three assists. Jonathon Chabot had two goals. Chris Fizpatrick added a goal. Diego Collazo recorded the win in net. Remy Baumgart and Zach Atkins controlled the faceoff dot and Danny Caton had several forced turnovers and Victor Wagner, Dominic Famularo, James Zuzelski and Marshall Weimer anchored the defense for ND Prep (10-6). The playoff journey for the Irish begins Friday against Auburn Hills Avondale at 5:30 p.m.

Boys Golf

- Walled Lake Northern had five golfers finish among the Top 12 and took home the Oakland County Division 2 Golf Tournament title Wednesday at The Links at Crystal Lake in Waterford Twp.

Dylan Sokol and Tyler Fueling each fired a 72 to lead the way for the Knights. Luke Brinks and Max O’Rourke both shot 75 for the winners, which finished with a 294 team score. Birmingham Groves was runner-up with a 302, followed by Detroit Country Day (309), Milford (315) and South Lyon East (325) among the top five.

Country Day senior Imaad Qureshi was the medalist after shooting a round of 68.

Girls Tennis

- Allen Park Cabrini 5, Madison Heights Bishop Foley 3 - Emily Williams recorded a singles win. Teams of Lauren Valade-Grace McQuillen; Emma Clemons-Carson Riley get doubles wins for Bishop Foley.

- West Bloomfield 6, Clarkston 3 - At Clarkston, Singles winners include Melissa Strome, Pooja Natarajan, and Sahana Shankar.Doubles winners include Nicole Ruza-Simran Singh, Maddi Ruiter- Michelle Grigorov and Julia Abramson- Lindsay Schwartz for the Lakers.

Boys Track and Field

- Southfield Christian finished in second place with 125 points in the MIAC Jamboree at Ann Arbor Greenhills. C.J. Roberson took first place in the discus (104-10) and second in the shot put (38-0). Carter Adams continued his string of outstanding performances in the distance events, finishing first in the 3200m (11:12.23) and third in the 1600m (05:04.64). Junior Elijah Hicks finished second in the 200m (24.09) and third in the 100m (12.26).

Boys Golf

Oakland County Division 2 Tournament

(at Crystal Lake)

TEAM SCORES: Walled Lake Northern 294, Birmingham Groves 302, Detroit Country Day 309, Milford 315, South Lyon East 325, Holly 329, West Bloomfield 333, Royal Oak Shrine 338, WB Jewish Academy 338, Royal Oak 345, South Lyon 351, Madison Heights Lamphere 354, Lutheran Northwest 356, Waterford Mott 357, North Farmington 367, Our Lady of the Lakes 387, Walled Lake Western 395, Birmingham Roeper 402, Madison Heights Bishop Foley 421, Hazel Park 446, Clawson (NTS), Ferndale (NTS), Farmington Hills Harrison (NTS)

TOP 25 INDIVIDUALS: Imaad Qureshi, Country Day 68; Nathan Brink, Groves 72; Dylan Sokol, WLN 72; Tyler Fueling, WLN 72; Kavon Rahmani, Country Day 72; Michael Parrish, Country Day 72; Luke Brinks, WLN 75; Jack Moosekian, Groves 75; Christian Golich, Milford 75; Max O’Rourke, WLN 75; Collin Christie, Groves 76; Harry Crawford, WLN 77; A.J. Clark, SL East 77; Chase Tabor, Milford 77; Luke Harrington, Holly 78; Jack Chaldecott, Milford 78; Noah Rooker, Holly 78; Jason Zobl, SL East 78; Peter Trout, Shrine 78; Vineet Duggi, West Bloomfield 79; Brett Dudeck, Groves 79; Jack Walt, Groves 80; Josh Kuhn, Waterford Mott 80; Matthew Ernst, Jewish Academy 80; Ben Brewster, Royal Oak 81; Luke Tsuhi, North Farmington 81

Girls Tennis


SINGLES - Emma Hubbard (B) d. Abby Edmonds (D) 6-1, 6-1; Macy Kanno (B) d. Amanda Will (D) 6-3, 6-0; Ashley Burke (D) d. Katie Burgess (B) 6-4, 6-3; Rachel Warren (D) d. Katie Mullen (B) 6-3, 6-1

DOUBLES - Kate McMillin-Graysen Fulbright (D) d. Bella Lauinger-Kerrigan Tomas (B) 1-6, 6-2, 6-1; Jenna Cornea-Natalie Halligan (B) d. Cora Lynn-Carly Gross (D) 6-1, 3-6, 6-2; Lauren Donnellon-Lauren Zajac (B) d. Madi Dine-Olivia Pawloski (D) 7-5, 6-2; Jenna Often-Raegan Holek (D) d. Rachel Foltz-Taryn Vlad (B) 3-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7-3)


More golf will be posted later.

Top Performers

- Gabriela Green, West Bloomfield girls soccer - Green scored three goals as West Bloomfield edged Clawson 3-1 on Wednesday.

- Ryan Gladstone, Rochester baseball – Gladstone went 4-for-8 with three doubles and three walks as Rochester recorded 13-5 and 2-1 victories over Adams on Wednesday.

- Sydney Rayba, Stoney Creek softball - Rayba hit five triples in the doubleheader sweep to get 9-3 and 8-2 victories respectively on Wednesday.

Last Updated: 5/17/2017 11:05:38 PM EST

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