Oct. 14-15 Michigan high school results, stats

Novi quarterback Alec Bageris warms up alongside an assistant coach before the Novi-Plymouth Salem football game Oct. 7, 2016 at Novi High School.

Novi quarterback Alec Bageris warms up alongside an assistant coach before the Novi-Plymouth Salem football game Oct. 7, 2016 at Novi High School.


Detroit Denby 16, Detroit Cody 8: Adonte Calhoun ran for 135 yards and one touchdown for Denby (7-1). Romel Taylor had a 2-yard quarterback sneak. Armani White had a muff punt to set up the first touchdown.

Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett 38, Sterling Heights Parkway Christian 20: Charles Caine ran for 202 yards and two touchdowns on 29 carries for University Liggett (8-0, 6-0 MIAC) during the team’s second MIAC Bowl victory. Caine caught two balls for 82 yards and one touchdown, had a 57-yard punt return for a touchdown and threw a 10-yard touchdown pass, racking up 361 all-purpose yards. Brady McCarron made 15 tackles. Jacob Bambrick ran for 63 yards and one touchdown on 11 carries for Parkway Christian is 4-4 (4-1). Maurice Hutchinson ran for 120 yards and made 12 tackles. Jackson Allen had a 46-yard touchdown reception and seven tackles.

Hamtramck 48, Harper Woods 6: Maleek Lane had a 102-yard interception return for a touchdown for Hamtramck (5-3). Massaii Ray ran for 102 yards and a 30-yard touchdown on nine carries. Kameron Bell made three interception and six tackles. Deshawn Ray made 14 tackles. This is the school’s fourth win in a row for the first time in 40 years. If the team wins their next game, they will qualify for districts.


Allen Park 50, Lincoln Park 8: Ryan Fish had eight carries for 85 yards and three touchdowns for Allen Park (8-0). Antonio Mangiapane went 13-for-19 for 128 yards and a touchdown.

Auburn Hills Avondale 40, Madison Heights Lamphere 6: Derrick Hinton scored a 60 yard touchdown run a 52-yard run for Avondale (3-5). Zeke Ringstaff added a 67-yard touchdown run.

Belleville 20, Dearborn Edsel Ford 14: Khalid Crawford 12 carries for 181 rushing yards and one touchdown for Bellville (6-2). Defensively, George Douglass led with seven tackles and one sack.

Birmingham Brother Rice 20, Traverse City Central 17 (3OT): A 20-yard field goal by Quinton Kulak in the third overtime sealed the victory for Brother Rice (5-3). Jack Moran scored a 10-yard touchdown run in the contest for Rice while Marcellus Gains was the game’s leading rusher with 68 yards.

Birmingham Groves 46, Farmington 0: Nate Higley had two catches for 35 yards and a touchdown, as well as a 66-yard punt return for a score for Groves (8-0, 7-0 OAA White). Damonte McCurdy had a 45-yard interception return for touchdown. Chaise Ford had a 67-yard touchdown run, and he also secured one sack. Farmington slips to 2-6 (1-5).

Clinton Twp. Chippewa Valley 38, Sterling Heights Stevenson 25: Tommy Schuster passed 11-for-18 for 150 yards and three touchdowns, and he also rushed for another score for Chippewa Valley (5-3, 2-3 MAC Red). Jacob Rybicki had a touchdown catch, and Maurice McBride caught two touchdown passes.

Clinton Twp. Clintondale 40, New Haven 16: Seth Maisano secured 10 tackles and two interceptions, one of which he returned 46 yards for a touchdown. Will Bakeman secured five tackles and snagged two interceptions as well. Gleo Wade added 10 tackles, and Deonte Higgins rushed for two touchdowns. Clintondale moves to 4-4 (3-1 MAC Bronze).

Detroit Mumford 26, Detroit Western 6: Brandon Green secured 10 tackles, two sacks and one interception for Mumford (7-1). Adam Harris rushed 16 times for 123 yards and one touchdown. Terrell Lewis accumulated 165 all-purpose yards, scored two touchdowns, and recovered a fumble on defense. Western slips to 4-4.

Detroit Northwestern 41, Detroit Southeastern 20: Marcus Smith went 18-for-27 with 275 yards passing for four touchdowns for Northwestern (3-5). Everett Hart added 10 carries for 130 yards rushing and one touchdown and one 58 yard touchdown reception. Jason Singleton caught three receptions for 130 yards and two touchdowns. Creed Stegall-Monroe recorded a 40 yard touchdown rush in the loss for Southeastern (1-7).

Detroit University Prep 54, Romulus Summit Academy 6: Demarco Henry led the way with three touchdowns with 180 yards rushing for Prep (2-4). Corey Greenwood rushed for 100 yards with two touchdowns and an 85 yard kick return for a touchdown.

Grosse Pointe North 42, Roseville 14: Jared Jordan ran 26 times for 156 rushing yards and four touchdowns for North (6-2). Pete Ciaravino caught five passes for 114 yards and one touchdown and caught two interceptions on defense including one for a 50 yard touchdown return. Rahmon Riley ran for a seven yard touchdown for Roseville (2-6) and threw a 24-yard touchdown pass to Jacob Dale in the loss.

Grosse Pointe South 21, Macomb Twp. L’Anse Creuse North 0: South (6-2, 5-0 MAC White) secured a MAC White conference championship behind Jordan Rush who racked up 21 carries for 105 yards, one touchdown and caught a 27 yard touchdown reception. Jack Door had nine tackles while Patrick Nauart added nine tackles, five for a loss and two sacks to lead the shutout effort.

Lapeer 27, Midland 9: Drew Rubick completed 14 of 18 passes for 225 yards and three touchdowns. Jalen Kirkland added 80 yards and a touchdown on 10 carries, and Hunter Bailey had six catches for 93 yards and a score. Lapeer moves to 6-2.

Linden 30, Holly 27: Paris Partee led Holly with 100 yards rushing and a touchdown on 12 carries. Kyle Staple also added two touchdowns on five catches for 52 yards, as well as a rushing touchdown.

Livonia Stevenson 40, South Lyon East 28: Chris Tanderys went 10-14 with 244 yards and three touchdowns for Stevenson (4-4). Devin Dunn caught four receptions for 143 yards and one touchdown. Ian Knoph caught three receptions, 88 yards and two touchdowns.

Macomb Dakota 45, Romeo 7: Kaiser Carleton rushed 20 times for 180 yards and three touchdowns, as well as another receiving touchdown, for Dakota (5-3). Jaylen Hall caught six passes for 112 yards and one touchdown. Ronye Walker and Evan Sivec each caught touchdown passes. Dakota’s defense held Romeo to 110 total yards. Romeo moves to 5-3.

Macomb Lutheran North 47, Allen Park Cabrini 21: Derrick Craig led the way with 12 carries for 140 yards and two touchdowns for North (4-4). Austin Monroe had eight carries for 58 yards and two touchdowns. Hunter Terrel had four carries for 72 yards and one touchdown for Cabrini (2-6).

Madison Heights Madison 40, Eastpointe East Detroit 0: Ryan Crews rushed for 157 yards and two touchdowns on 17 carries for Madison (5-3). Dre Williams rushed for 60 yards and a 55-yard punt return touchdown, and he also caught another score for 24 yards. Joseph Austin had a 40-yard touchdown run.

Millington 48, Bridgeport 8: Kohlton Sherman scored four touchdowns for Millington, and Drew Germain had two interceptions, both returned for touchdowns.

New Baltimore Anchor Bay 42, Utica Ford 25: Jordan Irwin completed 5-of-10 passes for 130 yards and a touchdown, and he also had 26 rushes for 127 yards and two touchdowns for Anchor Bay (5-3). Cole Anderson returned an interception 35 yards for a touchdown. For Utica (2-6), Noah Heide passed 15-for-29 for 195 yards and two touchdowns. Preston Smith caught five passes for 87 yards and two scores. Scott Lewis had an interception and a forced fumble, and Alex Bogan secured six and half tackles, including a sack and a tackle for loss.

Southfield A&T 35, Oxford 20: For Southfield, John Darby completed 7-of-11 passes for 202 yards and four touchdowns. Ethan Williams led Oxford with 263 yards rushing and two touchdowns on 47 attempts.

Springport 46, Quincy 34: Dallas Burger rushed 27 times for 341 yards and three touchdowns for Springport. For Quincy, Luke Rufenact rushed 16 times for 161 yards and two touchdowns. Nathan Karney added 92 yards and a score on 12 rush attempts, and Ryan Gibson also rushed for 99 yards and two touchdowns on 13 carries.

St. Claire Shores South Lake 78, Clawson 31: Lance Mitchell rushed 15 times for 173 yards and three touchdowns for South Lake (6-2). Datrell Milling added 104 yards and two touchdowns on seven carries, and he also completed 9 of 14 passes for 163 yards and two touchdowns. Antonio Goines rushed four times for 112 yards and two touchdowns. Leon Woodard secured nine tackles and snagged two interceptions. Clawson falls to 3-5.

Walled Lake Western 21, Lakeland 14: John Tracy 7-for-20 with passing 151 yards and three touchdowns for Western (7-0).

Warren Cousino 40, Port Huron 37: Ben Maleszyk completed 19 of 26 passes for 356 yards and three touchdowns for Cousino (7-1). Dan Carnaghi caught nine passes for 187 yards and a touchdown, and Kerry DeBose added 163 yards rushing and two touchdowns, as well as 46 reception yards.

Warren Michigan Collegiate 34, Harper Woods Chandler Park 22: Michigan Collegiate (7-1, 5-0 Charter School Conference) sealed the Charter School championship after quarterback Tracy Hubbert had 25 carries for 180 yards and three touchdowns to the lead Collegiate. Shawn Jackson had 11 carries for 130 yards and one touchdown. Javeon Brown had seven carries for 50 yards a touchdown. For Chandler Park (5-3, 4-1) Emari O’Brian had a 22 yard touchdown run and a 10-yard touchdown pass in the loss.

Watervliet 48, Decatur 24: Cameron Rendo led the Watervliet (6-2, 4-1) offense with 235 yards passing and three touchdowns. Garrett Matthews led receivers with six catches for 103 yards, and Trent Boone notched three catches for 94 yards and a touchdown. Bryant Kieft rushed for 70 yards and a score on eight attempts.

Boys soccer

Brownstown Woodhaven 4, New Boston Huron 1: Nathan Lange scored the lone Huron goal.

Sterling Heights Parkway Christian 4, Kimball New Life Christian 0: Alfred Carra scored a hat trick for Parkway, and Alex Rodriguez added the fourth goal. Keeper Josh Rudzinski made five saves and recorded a shutout.

Southfield Christian 4, Novi Franklin Road Christian 1: Austin Little led Southfield (6-6-6, 2-2-4 MIAC Red) with two goals and an assist. Jon Sullivan and Jake Devine also scored one goal each.


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