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SOCCER: Riverview leads Huron League, Chiefs close behind (PHOTO)

After two big wins last week, Ben Chatfield and the Riverview Pirates will look to lock up the Huron League title this week.

Riverview welcomed Grosse Ile last Wednesday and came away with a 2-1 win in what was the second game of the year between the two Huron League rivals.

The contest, which was a rematch of a 1-1 tie on Sept. 9, went scoreless for the first half, as neither the Red Devils (12-5-1, 8-4-1 Huron League) nor the Pirates (13-2-4, 10-0-2) could get on the board.

13 minutes into the second half, Grosse Ile’s Jeff Drzyzga put the visitors up 1-0 with a goal that bounced off a defender before going into the net.

With 16 minutes left in the game, Riverview’s JR Bonadies answered and tied the game 1-1.

Just four minutes later, Bonadies sent a pass to teammate Jason Smith, who promptly fired it into the next and put the Pirates up 2-1, which was a lead they hung onto for the victory.

Two days earlier Riverview was home against Milan and knocked off the Big Reds 4-1.

Jason Roberts had two early goals, both of which were assisted by Tyler Hunt and gave his squad a 2-0 advantage to work with.

Victor Korkis scored the Pirates’ third goal and was assisted by Adam Kulaszewski.

Milan got on the board soon after Korkis’ goal, but Hunt later scored and sealed his team’s 4-1 victory.

Riverview ended the week in first place, just two points ahead of second-place Huron. The Pirates play next at Jefferson and then close out the league season with a battle at home against the Chiefs.



Huron

Huron outscored its two opponents 19-0 last week, as the Chiefs (12-2-1, 10-2) beat Flat Rock 8-0 last Monday and then hammered Monroe Jefferson 11-0 two days later.

At Flat Rock, seven different players scored for Huron. Ethan Teefey netted two goals, while Eric Jeska, Marco Marchionda, Jesse McGowan, Tyler Keller, Jose Victor de Farias, and Cory Zeestraten all added one. Joe Georgic was credited with four assists, while Marchionda, McGowan, Kyle Becki and Hunter Moore earned one each.

“We went out and took care of business today,” said Huron Coach Dan Rossow after the game. “We moved the ball very well and played extremely unselfish. We have had many games where we have had multiple scorers. It is great not having to rely on just one person to get the job done.”

At Jefferson, the Chiefs started with three goals in the first five minutes.

Georgic led the way, scoring twice and adding five assists. Marchionda scored two goals, as well, while McGowan, Moore, Becki, Cody Salajan, Nick Sanderlin, Josh Coffee and Jose Victor de Farias scored one each.

Salajan added two assists while McGowan, Sanderlin, Coffee, and Teefey earned single assists.

Next up for second-place Huron is a home game against Monroe SMCC Monday and a battle with first-place Riverview on Wednesday, which will close out league play.



Grosse Ile

Two days before Grosse Ile’s loss to Riverview, the team traveled to Monroe Jefferson and knocked off the Bears 12-0.

The win came on the heels of two consecutive shutout losses, as they Red Devils (12-5-1, 7-4-1) had dropped a 1-0 game to Milan and 3-0 decision to Huron the previous week.

Jeff Drzyzga led the way for Grosse Ile with four goals against Jefferson and his brother Jacob Drzyzga netted a pair.

Also adding goal a each in the mercy victory were Nick Hazzard, Francesco Cusimano, Danny Masserant, Brad Wagel and Tim Beach.

To finish out the week of play, the team traveled to Airport the next day and handed the Jets an 8-0 defeat.

Goals in were scored by Jacob and Jeff Drzyzga, Beach, Wagel, Messerant and Lorenzo Galiti.

Grosse Ile’s league season ends with a home game against Flat Rock on Wednesday. In the final week of league play, the Red Devils, Milan and SMCC will all be battling for third place in the league.



Flat Rock

It was another tough week for Flat Rock, as the Rams were outscored 16-0 in two games.

Last Monday, Flat Rock, which is 4-8 in league play, lost 8-0 to Huron and two days later Monroe SMCC dropped the Rams by an identical score.

The league season wraps up for Flat Rock with a home game Monday against Milan and a road contest Wednesday against Grosse Ile.



Inter-City Baptist

Inter-City picked up two league wins last week as the Chargers beat Lutheran Northwest 5-1 last Tuesday and blanked Ann Arbor Greenhills 4-0 two days later.

Against Lutheran Northwest, Evan and Garrett Kraatz each scored a goal, as did Nathanel Pardo, Blake Kirkland and Noah Seacrist all scored

Nathan Estell had two assists in the game and Evan Kraatz added one.

In the Greenhills victory, Evan and Garrett Kraatz each had a goal, as did Seacrist and Caleb Sandoval. Evan Kraatz recorded two assists, while Pardo and Sandoval each had one.

With the win against Greenhills, Inter-City improved its overall record to 13-4 for the season.

The Chargers hosted University Liggett last night and were scheduled to take on Southfield Christian Tuesday on the road.





















Last Updated: 10/4/2013 5:26:28 PM EST

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