May 16 roundup: Prep scores from around the Metro Detroit area

May 16 roundup: Prep scores from around the Metro Detroit area


May 16 roundup: Prep scores from around the Metro Detroit area



Detroit King 5, Detroit Renaissance 4: Clem Jackson walked with the bases loaded, scoring Anthony Ball for the game-winning run for King. Ray McCants struck out seven for Renaissance.

Woodhaven 3, Southgate Anderson 2 (8 inn.): Jon Sczezpaniak drove in the game-tying run in the top of the seventh and Danny Dayfield knocked in the eventual game-winner with a bases loaded single for Woodhaven (7-7). Tyler Hall and Blake Sloan had two hits each for Anderson.

Walled Lake Northern 7-13, Waterford Mott 4-2: Twins Brennan (4-for-4, two runs, two RBI’s) and Corey Williams hit back-to-back home runs in game one for Northern. Brennan also hit a homer in game two, helping complete the sweep for Northern (11-10, 8-7 KLAA Central). Drake Lubin was 3-for-3 with three RBI’s.

Detroit Henry Ford 9, Detroit Osborn 8: Desmond Dawson pitched two innings and struck out four for Detroit Henry Ford (7-4) in a PSL semifinals baseball game. Davontez Tyner had the save, pitching the final inning and striking out two. Darryl Champion had the game winning single. Ford made a comeback in the second inning after being down 1-7. Henry Ford and Detroit Osborn hold the number one and two spots, respectively in the league.


Detroit Renaissance 3, Detroit Cass Tech 0: Kabria Arnold, the winning pitcher, had a two-hitter and struck out seven for Detroit Renaissance (20-5, 10-0 PSL West) in the PSL girls softball championship game. Lyric Elliot scored two runs and Essence England scored one run. This is Renaissance’s 10th straight softball championship.

South Lyon 8-3, Novi 3-4: Laura Oakley went a combined 5-for-7 and scored two runs to lead Novi (13-13, 4-10 KLAA Central), as they split a double-header. South Lyon is 10-8, 6-7.

Girls soccer

Dearborn Henry Ford Academy 1, Detroit Cass Tech 1: Sade Gutridge scored one goal for Dearborn Henry Ford Academy (6-1). Sam Spada had three saves.


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