Northville got out of the gates quickly Monday night and rolled to a 16-4 Kensington
Conference boys lacrosse victory over host Canton at Centennial Educational Park.
scoring attack with four goals, while Sweeney contributed three goals and three assists.
The Mustangs, who improved to 9-3 overall and 5-0 in the conference, also got two goals apiece from A.J.and Brennan Sweeney.
Other goal scorers included Alec Melucci, Brendan Hicks, Rob, Harry Dyson and Anthony .
Goalie Alex Justice made seven saves asnotched its seventh straight win.
“The boys played well and came out to play,”coach Greg Durham said. “Our defense played great.”
The loss dropped Canton to 6-4 overall and 2-3 in theConference.
NOVI 13, WALLED LAKE WESTERN 3: On Monday, the Wildcats (9-2, 5-0) dominated from start-to-finish en route to aConference victory over host Walled Lake Western (5-6, 0-4).
Ryan Moore and Lukescored a pair of goals, while Michael , J.T. Lyon, Caleb Wright, Tyler Graver, Anthony , Griffin Michael and Chase contributed one each.
Assists went to, Moore, Graver, , Lyon and Quinn .
“Everyone on the team played and had a key role in the game,”coach Eric Hoffman said. “As usual the defense played outstanding led by Jimmy Hole, Blake , Tommy and .”
NORTHVILLE 12, NOTRE DAME PREP 5: The Mustangs (8-3) used a balanced scoring attack Saturday to beat visiting PontiacDame Prep (8-3) in non-league encounter (8-3).
Josh Bentley scored four goals, while Aleccontributed two goals and two assists as the Mustangs.
Also chipping in foroffensively was Harry Dyson (two goals); Sweeney (one goal, three assists); Brennan Sweeney (one goal, two assists); A.J. (one goal, one assist); and Anthony (one goal, one assist).
Ianscored twice for the Fighting Irish.
NOVI 15, ROYAL OAK 6: Michaelscored four goals Saturday as the host Wildcats (8-2) downed the Ravens (4-5) in a non-conference encounter.
, which scored six times in the opening period, also got two goals apiece from Ryan Moore, Griffin , Anthony and Ian Patterson, while Nate Tu, Patrick and Michael Leon added one apiece.
After leading 7-2 at the half,outscored Royal Oak 5-1 to take command.
The Wildcats’ defense held strong led by Tommy, Jimmy Hole, Nick , Blake , Caleb Wright and .
Danplayed the first quarter in goal and made four saves followed by Peter Minor (eight saves) and Kendrick (four saves).
“The defense played a strong game as usual,”coach Eric Hoffman said. “We played an team game and everyone on the team contributed.”
DETROIT CC 20, FOREST HILLS NORTHERN 9: On Friday, hostCatholic Central (9-3) defeated Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern in a non-league match.
DETROIT CC 10,5: On April 21, Rocco pumped in four goals Tuesday as Detroit Catholic Central (8-3, 4-0) earned a Catholic League A Division victory over host Warren (2-8, 1-4) at Community College..
Pete Thompson also contributed two goals, while the Shamrocks used all three goalies.