Birmingham Detroit Country Day 10, Novi Detroit Catholic Central 3: Devin Beach pitched five innings of four-hit ball with five strikeouts and was 2-for-5 with three RBIs at the plate for Country Day (10-11). Mike MacLean had two hits, three walks and an RBI in the win.
Birmingham Groves 5, Birmingham Seaholm 0: Kyle Sherman threw a no-hitter for Groves, walking four and striking out three. Joe Roberts doubled and drove in three runs for Groves (10-5 OAA White).
Grosse Pointe South 4, Macomb Twp. L’Anse Creuse North 2: Will Norris pitched all seven innings with six strike outs, allowing five hits and three walks for South (23-5, 10-3 MAC Red). South’s Justin McMann went 2-for-2 with one RBI, and Ryan Liagre, James Fishback and Will Poplawski all had one RBI apiece. Brendan Peck went 3-for-3 with an RBI for North (6-16, 4-9 MAC Red).
Livonia Clarenceville 6, Redford Thurston 3: Matt Drain had two hits, and Ryan Menifee had two hits, including a two-run single in the eighth that helped secure the win for Clarenceville. Menifee pitched the first five inning, and Nick Biasro pitched three scoreless innings in relief.
Monroe 4, Temperance Bedford 1: Austin Musarelli allowed three hits and struck out nine, and Jared Schmidt pitched two innings in relief for Monroe. Bronson Warren, Kevin Lietaert and Chase Yeary had two hits apiece for Monroe.
Oxford 2, Rochester Hills Stoney Creek 1: Max Blackburn went 2-for-3, and Scott Stubenrauch hit a bases-loaded single in the ninth for Oxford. James Rogers pitched eight innings for Oxford with six strike outs, allowing two hits, and Anthony Gunn pitched the ninth inning, with two strikeouts.
Romulus Summit Academy 11, University Prep Academy 1: Al Loftis earned the win on the mound, Sam Schaeffer scored three runs, and Shawn Clark went 2-for-3 with a double for Summit Academy.
Sterling Heights Stevenson 7, Macomb Dakota 2: Stevenson (12-2 MAC Red) clinched a share of the league title behind Brandon William’s five strikeouts. Riley McCauley had two RBIs, and Frank D’Ascenzo added one. Jimmy Pogasic scored two runs for Dakota (9-5 MAC Red). Stevenson can win the league title outright with another win or a Grosse Pointe South loss.
Walled Lake Northern 6-2, Waterford Mott 0-1: Northern (12-3 KLAA-North) clinched the league title in the second game, as Blake Randall allowed no earned runs and struck out seven. Scott Zychowski got the last six outs. In the first game, Drake Lubin pitched a five-hit shutout, with 10 strikeouts. Jon Friend drove in two runs. Ben Clemens went 2-for-2 for Mott (5-11 KLAA-North).
Allen Park 5, Taylor Truman 2: Miranda Herbert allowed four hits and no walks and struck out 10 for Allen Park (21-7). Herbert also batted 2-for-4 with two RBIs, and Riley McCardle had two hits, a walk and a stolen base, and Hailey Genaw batted 2-for-4 with an RBI.
Ann Arbor Pioneer 3-6, Saline 2-5: In the first game, Maya Makhlouf hit an RBI single in the seventh inning to win it for Pioneer. Shay Pinhey pitched a complete game, allowing two earned runs, four hits and two walks while striking out five. In the second game, Anna Scarbrough batted 3-for-4 and scored two runs for Pioneer, and Pinhey pitched another complete game.
Hartland 2-15, Pinckney 1-5: In the first game, Selena Simmerson pitched seven innings and Madelin Skene tallied an RBI single for Hartland. In the second game, Delaney Greene mashed a two-run home run and Skene hit a two-run double in the first inning for Hartland. Avery Reinwald added a two-run single, and Hannah Mourad hit a two-run double in the win.
Harrison Twp. L’Anse Creuse 6, Marine City 5: Alaina Macksoud hit a two-run single to win it for L’Anse Creuse. Abby Rusek had two hits, including a home run, and Sammi Mills went 4-for-4 and scored three runs.
Livonia Clarenceville 22, Redford Thurston 14: Emily Schwartz pitched all seven innings, allowing nine hits and four walks with eight strikeouts for Clarenceville. Mia Sampson went 4-for-5, including a triple and a walk, and Claudia Moore had a single and three walks, scoring five runs for Clarenceville.
Novi 6-2, South Lyon 3-8: Novi (18-10, 12-4) clinched the KLAA Central by winning the first game of the doubleheader. Ally Cummings earned the win, scattering eight hits in a complete game. Jenna Lowney, Casey Lawler and Maddy Brandenstein each had two hits apiece, and Madison Budde had a two-run single in the five-run sixth inning. South Lyon is 14-8, 9-6 KLAA.
Oxford 15-21, Bloomfield Hills 0-0: In the first game, Skye Donaldson went 3-for-4 with three RBIs, Cherilyn Banas had three hits, and Hannah Vachon added two hits and four RBIs. Jordan Romine pitched a three-hit shutout with three strikeouts, and Madison Dinges went 2-for-3 with an RBI. In the second game, The Wildcats (20-3-1, 14-0 OAA White) exploded for 12 runs in the fifth inning. Logan Medel tallied five hits and knocked in six runs.
West Bloomfield 12, Birmingham Seaholm 3: Brooklyn Powers led West Bloomfield, going 3-for-4 with a double and a triple with five RBIs. Rachel Jeffe went 3-for-3 with one RBI.
Grosse Pointe North 20, Whitmore Lake 6: Max Payton led the charge with four goals as 12 players scored for North. Pelton Schneider contributed three goals and two assists.
Novi 11, Hartland 8: Ryan Moore scored seven goals and had one assist, and Dan Savela stopped 12 shots in the regular season finale for Novi.
Harrison Twp. L’Anse Creuse 2, Warren Cousino 0: Lexy Paul scored both goals, with Morgan Hanagan providing the assist on the first for L’Anse Creuse. Goalie Allison DeMaria got the shutout.
New Baltimore Anchor Bay 1, Grosse Pointe South 0: Jada Foster scored the goal, and Jada Foster and Vanna Pratte each had an assist for Anchor Bay (10-1-3). Goalie Emily Zweng made four saves in the shutout.
Redford Union 197, Dearborn Fordson 210: Medalist Luke Hebner shot a 47 for Redford Union, Brandon Sandelin shot a 48, and Ben Hawn and Evan Albright each shot a 51.