Cass Tech 20, Detroit Mumford 0: Josh Macintosh pitched all three innings of the no hitter with four strikeouts, allowing no walks.
Detroit King 8, Detroit Renaissance 7: Marquis Jenkins pitched all five innings with six strikeouts, allowing nine hits and three walks for Detroit King (8-6, 5-2). D’Nayus Johnson went 1-for-2 with a double, a sacrifice fly and three RBIs for King. Nelson went 2-for-3, scoring one run for Detroit Renaissance.
Detroit Osborn 17-8, Detroit Cody 0-1: (GAME ONE) Warren Thomas pitched all three innings of the shutout with five strikeouts, allowing one hit and one walk for Detroit Osborn (5-1). At the plate for Osborn, Curtis Wilcox went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs; and Michael Tobias went 2-for-3, including a double and a triple. (GAME TWO) Michael Tobias pitched all three innings with four strikeouts, allowing two hits and two walks for Detroit Osborn (6-1). Keinole Stevens went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBIs; and Juan Thomas went 2-for-3 for Osborn.
Detroit Pershing 10-1, Detroit Central 5-0 (forfeit) in Game Two: Malik Harcum went seven strong on the mound for Pershing and allowed one earned run to go along with 15 strikeouts. Devin Wheeler contributed offensively with three RBI and one run scored while Demari Morgan also got it done at the plate with two RBI on a single and a double in the victory for Pershing (4-3, 4-3 PSL).
Henry Ford 7-10, East English Village 2-20: In game one, Fred Jones went 2-4 with two RBI for East English Village in the loss. In game two, Melvin Coleman got it done offensively with three RBIs in the English Village victory, improving Village’s overall record to 7-1 on the season.
Softball – 4/30/15
Oxford 13, Bloomfield 2: An RBI single by Diamond Zeiger and an RBI single by Cherilyn Banas during the first inning fueled Oxford’s offense early. Oxford’s seven hitters combined for 16 hits, seven RBIs and 12 runs scored.
Parkway Christian 6, Southfield 1: Maddy Schook scored two runs and was the winning pitcher; Jade Diafatta had one RBI and two runs; and Jenna Smith scored two runs for Parkway Christian.
St. Catherine of Siena Academy 11-15, Royal Oak Shrine 0-0: In game one of the doubleheader, Kerry Prowse went the distance for Catherine of Siena by striking out 11, while Emma Reilly and Colleen Fader each added doubles and Genna Skalski homered to help lead the Catherine of Siena offense. In game two, Julie Rozek threw a three-inning one hitter while fanning four in the three-inning mercy rule victory for Catherine of Siena.
Softball – 5/1/15
New Boston Huron 6, Taylor Kennedy 2: Alexa Whit hit a three run double; Summer Callahan three hits, including a triple; Alexa Vella had two hits, including a double for New Boston Huron.
Girls Soccer – 4/30/15
Birmingham Groves 2, Royal Oak 2: Annabelle Honet and Kai Selwa each scored a goal in the draw for Groves (3-4-3).
Clarenceville 1, Southfield Christian 0: Jillian Bunker was in net and saved eight out of eight shots in the victory for Clarenceville. Sarah Curvin finished the game in net for Clarenceville, stopping all three shot attempts.
Monroe 8, Ypsilanti 0: Sophie Mapes scored three goals; Riley Petrangelo had two goals; and Sabrina Sulfaro, Anna Roman, Saige Sulfaro all chipped in with one goal apiece for Monroe.
Oakland Christian 8, Greenhills High 1: Lilly Gould scored the first goal of the game for Oakland Christian, who improved to 5-0-0 overall on the season with the victory. Victoria Lucido added the next two goals while Gould finished up the scoring for the first half. Lucido finished the scoring for the game with her fourth goal of the afternoon.
Girls Soccer – 5/1/2015
New Boston Huron 5, Milan 0: Allissa Wight scored the first goal for New Boston Huron. Alexa Scroggie scored two goals and Jillian Farr scored the final goal off a pass from Scroggie. Carley Ames and Ana Perecki combined for the shutout in net, making Huron 7-3-1 overall and 6-1 in the Huron League.
Southfield 8, Pontiac 0: Jessica Hanson scored four goals, Shannon Jones scored three goals and Katelyn Beaghan chipped in with one goal for Southfield Christian (3-6). Southfield’s Paige Nagle and Elissa Ellington had two assists apiece.
Girls Tennis – 5/1/15
Wayne Memorial 7, Belleville 2: In singles, Janae Strickland (WMEM) defeated Karrie Brashear 6-2, 6-0 , Kendelle Hood (WMEM) defeated Emily Baker 6-1, 6-1, Ciara Casey (WMEM) defeated Alyssa Shubert 6-2, 6-0 and Kym Leggett (B) defeated Ryleigh Strong 6-3, 7-6. In doubles, Danialle Lynn/Savannah Mowry (WMEM) defeated Moira Mrocca/Nicole Pearce 6-3, 6-3, Rachel Cherian/Karla Strong (WMEM) defeated Krista Adkins/Hunter Moore 6-1, 6-2, Macey Wolf/Sara Hiveley (WMEM) defeated Donja Brown/Carneita Richard 4-6, 6-3, 6-3, Brittany Nahle/Tirzah Ault (WMEM) defeated Emily Krushlin/Verniece Lowe 6-3, 6-2 and Lauren Rainey/Carlynn Gasser (B) defeated Brittney Behlow/Halayna Reynolds 6-2, 6-4.
Wayne Memorial 5, Waterford Kettering 4: For singles, Wane Memorial’s Janae Strickland defeated Waterford Kettering’s Rachael Kunz 6-2, 6-1; and (WM) Kendelle Hood defeated (WK) Rebecca Gloden 7-5, 6-3. For doubles, (WM) Danialle Lynn/Savanah Mowry beat (WK) Ellie Braden/Briget Ekis 6-4, 6-0; and (WM) Karla Strong/Shakeela Gipson defeated (WK) Karla Lopez/Anna Kuhn 1-6, 7-5, 6-2.
Golf – 4/30/15
Canton 157, Livonia Franklin 176: Medalist Chris Dooley had a 37, Noah Lindlbauer had a 39 and Brian Oldani had a 41 for Canton (3-0). Will Hettel shot a 41, Matt Wiebelhaus had a 43 and Jacob Kenwood shot a 47 for Livonia Franklin (2-1). The match was held at Idyl Wyld golf course with par at 35.
Novi 161, Livonia Stevenson 168: Bryan Fegert had a 36, Mikey Ulle had a 40 and Connor Howell shot a 42 for Novi (2-0). Alex Westphal shot a 42, Trevor Lupus had a 45 and Alec Morre ended with a 45 for Livonia Stevenson. The match was held at Walnut Creek Country Club.
Boys Lacrosse – 4/30/15
L’Anse Creuse 15, Warren Mott 3: Sheldon Syer had two goals and three assists; Cory Hilton had two goals and three assists; Cory Hilton added three goals; Logan Roda had two goals and one assist; David Gamarra had two goals and two assists; and Dan Dickinson, Mustafa Abdul, Zach D’Alemeida and Dante Bartolomeo, Jacob Priemer and Corey Marshall all chipped in with one goal each for L’Anse Creuse.