ROYAL OAK 6, HAZEL PARK 0: The Ravens completed a three-game sweep of their season series Thursday with a third consecutive shutout. Senior left-hander Doug Ryan pitched a one-hitter in which he struck out five and didn’t allow a walk. Senior Austin Sophiea pitched the seventh inning. Cam Kollins, Justin Marshall, Griffin Caldwell, Dylan Randall and Jamie Bartelotti each drove in a run for the Ravens, who are 10-0 in the OAA Gold Division and 14-5 overall. The Vikings fall to 4-7 and 6-12.
ROYAL OAK 10, HAZEL PARK 0: The visiting Ravens got a terrific pitching performance from senior right-hander Justin Marshall, who pitched a five-inning no-hitter Wednesday. He struck out four and allowed one base runner on a hit batsman.
ROYAL OAK 15, HAZEL PARK 0: The Ravens began their three-game series with the host Vikings by cruising to a mercy-rule victory in four innings Monday. Junior left-hander Dylan Dzendzel pitched the shutout, allowing two hits and striking out eight. Justin Marshall hit a three-run homer; Jon Hock hit two doubles and knocked in four runs.
ROYAL OAK 7, CONSORTIUM 0: Senior right-hander Justin Marshall handcuffed the Cougars in the first game of a doubleheader May 2, throwing a two-hit shutout. He struck out eight and also delivered a two-run single to aid his cause. Sophomore shortstop Jamie Bartelotti also had two hits and two RBIs for the Ravens.
ROYAL OAK 6, CONSORTIUM 5: In the second half of a doubleheader May 2, Royal Oak rallied from a four-run deficit to squeak past the Cougars. Senior right-hander Jack Zimmerman earned the victory in relief of starter Jon Hock. Austin Sophiea got the last out for the save. Sophiea started a Royal Oak rally in the fourth inning with a walk. David Lundeen singled, Zimmerman doubled and Bartelotti singled. The big hit was a two-run double by sophomore Bobby Green.
FRANKLIN 5, SO. CHRISTIAN 4: The Eagles dropped their second game of the Big 12 Tournament May 2 to Livonia Franklin. The Eagles led most of the way before the Patriots came back. Junior Zach Paryaski went six innings on the mound. Sophomore Seth Denison had two doubles, junior Ben Guerra one. The Eagles fell to 4-7.
SEAHOLM 10, KEARSLEY 1: The Maples concluded their five-game appearance May 3 in the Grand Blanc Stars Tournament with a decisive win over the Hornets from Flint and a 2-3 record. The Maples scored nine runs in the first three innings. Maddy Cormier hit a two-run homer and Vivianne Righter hit a two-run single. Jessica Verona drove in a run with a sacrifice fly and Avery Campbell stole home plate to add another run. Cormier racked up two RBIs on two hits. Erika MacArthur got the win, allowing four hits. She struck out four and didn’t give up a walk over five innings. Seaholm opened May 2 with an 8-1 loss to state-ranked Canton . The Maples had three hits and scored on a passed ball. They rebounded to beat Royal Oak, 13-9, after scoring 10 runs in the first inning. MacArthur had a two-run single in that inning and was the winning pitcher. Christina Dennis and Righter teamed up for six hits and seven RBIs. MacArthur also had a one-run single; Cormier and Kate Bridges each had an RBI on a sacrifice fly. Seaholm added three runs in the third inning. MacArthur started the inning with an RBI triple. Righter followed with a two-run homer.
ADAMS 10, SEAHOLM 9: The Maples had an early, 4-0 lead in their third game May 3 at the Stars Tournament, but the Highlanders came from behind to win. Bridges was 2-for-2 with an RBI. MacArthur hit a two-run single; Elle Lewandowski and Ashley Lenington had one RBI each. Cormier also stole home. The Maples lost their fourth game to Armada, 11-2. Righter and Verona had RBI singles in the bottom of the third inning.
SO. CHRISTIAN 15, LATHRUP 0: Emma Paryaski threw a no-hitter May 1 in the non-league win over the host Chargers, striking out 10 and walking two. A double by Paryaski, two wild pitches and a two-run triple by Grace Gilson in the second inning helped spark the Eagles to a 6-0 lead after three. Southfield Christian also benefited from 14 walks
OXFORD 7-10, SEAHOLM 1-0: The visiting Maples dropped an OAA White Division doubleheader Wednesday at Oxford. The games were postponed from Tuesday because of rain.
MARIAN 24, BRIGHTON 2: The second meeting between the teams Tuesday went much like the first, with the visiting Mustangs winning handily in a rain-soaked contest. Claire Fisher and Caroline Forester poured in eight goals apiece. Maria Becharas, Julia Budiongan and Colleen Grombala scored two each, while Michaella Renaud and Kelly Dugan chipped in one each. Forester and Grombala had three assists and Becharas two; Budiongan, Claire Kelly and Kaylin Meehan also served as playmakers for one goal. Freshman defenseman Annie Phillips played in place of injured senior Kristina Udell and performed well. Phillips caused three turnovers and scooped up five ground balls.
MARIAN 21, CALEDONIA 8: The Mustangs made a long bus ride to the Grand Rapids area May 1 and were well-rested when they got there. The result was a one-sided victory over the Fighting Scots. Marian controlled the game from the opening draw and never looked back. Winning 81 percent of the draws in the first half, the Mustangs led 11-4 at the half. Caroline Forester outscored the Caledonia team herself as she tossed in a game-high nine goals. Claire Fisher scored four, Colleen Grombala and Maria Becharas two each. Julia Budiongan, Claire Kelly, Kelly Dugan and Kaylin Meehan added one apiece. Grombala was a key playmaker with three assists; Sarah Peterson had, Fisher and Kelly one each.
BIRMINGHAM 17, BLOOMFIELD HILLS 8: James Cook, Gideon Bush and Emmett Green scored three goals apiece Tuesday as host Birmingham United improved its season record to 9-4. Ryan Flaherty, Ted Stacy and Max Frank figured in the scoring with two goals each. Dan Rebock and Charlie Schiefer added one apiece for the winners, who led 10-2 at halftime. Birmingham won both games May 1-2 at the Midwest Tournament in Dublin, Ohio. It defeated Western Reserve of Ohio in the first, 11-6, and Kiski Prep from Pennsylvania in the second, 5-3. Cook netted four goals against Western Reserve, Green and Stacy two each. Charlie Schiefer, Ian Shefferly and Dylan Sutton contributed one each. Gary Cutler made 11 saves in goal. Schiefer and Green had two goals each and Flaherty one in the win over Kiski Prep. Cutler was outstanding in that game with a dozen saves. James Cook scored six goals and Schiefer four April 28 to spark Birmingham to a 15-5 rout of Troy Athens. Green and Bush added two apiece and Stacy one. Cutler had 11 saves.
MARIAN 8, MERCY 1: Ellie DeConinck and Lorraine Sorey scored two goals each Thursday in Marian’s lopsided win over Farmington Hills Mercy in a Catholic League Central Division game. DeConinck scored the first two; Elaina Eckert and Jaclyn Engel scored the next two to give the Mustangs a 4-0 halftime lead. Amy Stroud and Brittany Gray scored the first two goals of the second half and Sorey the last two. Megan Bricely was the Marian goalkeeper in the first half, Allison Conway the second half.
SEAHOLM 1, OXFORD 0: Olivia Graham scored the only goal and Fotini Demetriou assisted with 53 seconds left in the game Thursday. Seaholm goalie Alina Betz stopped 12 shots on goal to earn the shutout. The Maples played host Friday to intra-city rival Groves.
MARIAN 2, REGINA 0: Ellie DeConinck scored both goals Tuesday for the host Mustangs. The first was a header off a free kick by Jaclyn Engle, while the second resulted from a perfect cross from Lorraine Sorey. Megan Bricely was the goalkeeper for the top-ranked Mustangs.
SEAHOLM 0, BLOOMFIELD HILLS 0: The Maples had some opportunities Tuesday in a scoreless tie with the Black Hawks. Olivia Graham had four shots on goal, Emily Weiss three, Juliea Kiehle two and Katie Halmhuber one. Seaholm goalie Alina Betz made 11 saves.
MARIAN 2, LADYWOOD 2: In a battle of Division 2 state-ranked teams Friday, the top-ranked Mustangs (9-0-3, 6-0-1) settled for draw against host Livonia Ladywood (9-3-2, 4-2-1) in a Division 1 Catholic League encounter. The Blazers led 2-0 through 55 minutes on first-half goals by Elise Pollock (free kick) and Taylor Bullard, but Marian evened the count with goals by Lorraine Sorey (59th minute) and Jaclyn Engel (69th minute) on a penalty kick. “We were big-time unlucky on the handball that resulted in the penalty kick at the end,” Ladywood coach Ken Shingledecker said. “I thought our girls played fantastic tonight.” Ladywood goalkeeper Holly Cusick made three saves. Megan Bricely and Kaitlyn Patouhas shared the goalkeeping duties for the Mustangs.
SO. CHRISTIAN 8, PONTIAC 0: Sophomore Jessica Hanson scored four goals and junior Shannon Jones three goals May 1 for the visiting Eagles. Junior Katelyn Beaghan scored the final goal. Senior Paige Nagle and freshman Elissa Ellington each had two assists for Southfield Christian, which improved to 3-6 overall.
TRIPLE WINNER: Southfield Christian’s Blake Washington won the 100-, 200- and 400-meter races May 2 in the Divine Child High School Invitational. He set school records in the 200 (22.64) and 400 (50.29). His time in the 100 was 11.10. Elijah Hicks, Nicholas Mitchell, Andwele Ashford and Rodger Johnson placed sixth in the 800 relay (1:35.61). Andrew McFerrin, Ashford, Johnson and Washington were fifth in the 1,600 relay (3:37.1). The eighth-place 400 relay team (46.13) consisted of Hicks, Mitchell, Ashford and Johnson. The Eagles finished seventh with 39 points and were first among the small schools in Divisions 3 and 4. Farmington Harrison edged the host Falcons for first place in the team scoring, 72-71.
RECORD SETTER: Southfield Christian’s Chika Amene took first place in the 200- and 400-meter races and set school records in both May 2 in the Divine Child High School Invitational. Amene ran the 200 in 25.55 and the 400 in 1:00.27. Kaelin Ray took first place in the 300 hurdles in a time of 49.19. Amene and Ray also were on the second-place 1,600 relay team with Grace Allen and Grace McFerrin, running a time of 4:31. The Eagles were eighth in the team standings, but they were first among the small-school competition. The top three teams were Forest Hills Eastern (127), Detroit Country Day (80) and Divine Child (55).
MERCY 76, MARIAN 52: Maya Bulger was a double winner Tuesday for the visiting Mustangs with first-place finishes in the 100- and 200-meter dashes, running 13.1 and 27.5. Marian’s Gabby Hamill won the long jump (14-6.75), Natalia Lacki the 100 hurdles (19.5) and Jacqueline Caseiro the 400 run (1:03.7). Paige Rosinski was second in the 100 hurdles (19.7) and third in the 300 hurdles (1:02.3). Kerry Fish and Mary Semak placed second in the long jump (14-11/2) and the 800 run (2:37), respectively. The Mustangs had two other third places, from Maria Hickey in the shot put (26-23/4) and Christine Montalbano in the 100 dash (13.7).
MIAC TOURNAMENT: Southfield Christian finished fifth in the second Michigan Independent Athletic Conference meet May 2 at Bald Mountain. The Eagles were led by junior Peter Allan, who finished 14th overall with 88. Senior Peter Sanders had 94, junior Derek Hassan 103 and junior Charlie Coburn 108. The team’s 393 total was its best 18-hole score this season.