May 16-17 high school sports results

May 16-17 high school sports results

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May 16-17 high school sports results

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Detroit City FC play the Michigan Bucks on Wednesday, May 11, 2016, at Oakland University in Auburn Hills, MI, during the U.S. Open Cup.

Detroit City FC play the Michigan Bucks on Wednesday, May 11, 2016, at Oakland University in Auburn Hills, MI, during the U.S. Open Cup.

May 17

Softball

Troy Athens 11, Birmingham Groves 1: Lanie Ellinger threw the complete game for Athens and tossed 11 strikeouts and three hits  for Athens (13-11-1). Ellinger also had a single, double and home run at the plate. Rachel Van Proeyen hit a home run, two singles and scored two runs.

Warren Woods Tower 5, Centerline 4: Madison Glass went 2-for-3 while Samantha Morin went 2-for-3 with a home run and an RBI for Woods Tower (15-10, 7-3 MAC). Kylie Ray threw seven strikeouts on the mound to seal the victory.   

Baseball

Game 1:  Farmington High 10-9, Farmington Hills Harrison 1-2: In Game 1, Arty Bentley had a hit and two RBIs for Farmington (23-7, 12-2 OAA White), Lance Loveett went 1-for-2 with a double and two runs scored. Steve Shetterfield pitched the complete game with three strikeouts while allowing four hits. In Game 2, Jordan Hoake went 3-for-4 while Matt Lane went 2-for-4 with two RBIs for Farmington. Elliot Edsel struck out five and surrender one hit in the closing three innings.

May 16

Baseball

Birmingham Detroit Country Day 17, Southfield Christian 8: Stephen Riesen pitched 2 2/3 innings for Country Day (19-5). Ben Yared was 2-for-2 with two doubles and three RBIs. Alec Jbara was 3-for-4 with two RBIs. Jon Campbell was 3-for-3 with four RBIs.

Birmingham Groves 13-5 Birmingham Seaholm 2-1: Groves (22-7, 10-3 OAA White) won the first game in five innings. John Kowalchuk went 2-for-2 with a double and a home-run, driving in two RBIs and scoring three runs himself. Chaise Ford and Zavier Warren both went 2-for-3 with doubles. Max Novick went 3-for-3 with three RBIs and a run scored. He also threw a complete game, allowing four hits, two walks, six strikeouts. In the second game, Andrew Martin went 1-for-2 and also pitched a complete game, striking out five, walking one. John Kowalchuk also added a double.

Detroit University Prep Science and Math 13, Ecorse 3: Marcus Woodford pitched five innings with seven strikeouts for University Prep Science and Math (7-5). On base, Woodford was 1-for 3 with two RBIs. Byron McCants, Justin Holloway and Johnny Ballard each went 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Jalen Rose was 2-for 3 with one RBI.

Howell 4, White Lake Lakeland 2: Spencer Ford pitched a complete game for Howell (23-6), giving up four hits and striking out seven.

Livonia Clarenceville 15, Dearborn Heights Robichaud 0: Adam Sade had three hits and a walk. Nick Snage earned the win, pitching a complete game, allowing two hits and striking out eight.

New Boston Huron 4, Flat Rock Community 1: Drew Leininger and Noah Gamble each had two hits for Huron.

North Farmington 2, West Bloomfield 1: Bryce Veasley pitched a complete game for West Bloomfield (16-11, 6-6).

Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 3, Royal Oak Shrine 2: Matt Pezolt pitched a complete game, striking out 10, walking four and allowing no earned runs for Notre Dame Prep (10-15). Brian Blakeslee and Andrew Carpenter each went 2-for-3 with a run. Will Gurzik and Tom Cavannaugh also each went 2-for-3 for Pontiac. Andrew Jager threw a complete game for Shrine, striking out two and earning all three runs. Notre Dame Prep advances to Catholic League Semi-Finals.

Sterling Heights Stevenson 14, Grosse Pointe South 3: Sterling Heights clinches its seventh straight MAC Red title with win. Luke McGuire pitched a complete game, earning three runs on five hits and striking out five. Frank D’Ascenzo, Todd Taperd and Mario Camilletti each had three hits. Tyler Menrath also added two hits and three RBIs.

Watervliet 11-10, Lawton 1-3: Garrett Matthews pitched four innings and earned the win in the first game. Watervliet improves to 11-15.

Boys golf

St. Clair Shores Lake Shore 158, Portage Central 161, St. Joseph 169, Niles 192: Lake Shore won the Berrien Hills jamboree. Mitchell Strouts led the field with a 36.

Rochester Adams 315, Howell 316, Ann Arbor Skyline 318: Adams, Howell and Skyline beat out a field of 19 teams to place first, second and third (respectively) at the Dearborn Elite Invitational.

Softball

Lakeland 1, Hartland 0: Teresa Menzel pitched a complete-game shutout for Lakeland, allowing only one hit. Brooke Beale had the lone RBI, and Elizabeth Langley also added two hits. Hartland’s Madelin Skene pitched also pitched the distance, earning the lone run on five hits and five walks.

Madison Heights Lamphere 12, Royal Oak 2: LeeAnna Radick pitched five innings with 10 strikeouts and one walk for Lamphere (9-7). Radick had a three-run homer and a two-run double. Alexis Wark was 2-for-2with two doubles and three runs scored. Royal Oak is 7-8.

Novi 5, Livonia Churchill 3: Sophie Rallis hit a two-RBI single and Allison Purtell added two doubles. Madison Budde earned the win for Novi (22-9).

St. Catherine of Siena 13, Sterling Heights Parkway Christian 11: Payton Porter pitched five innings of relief, earning two runs on three hits and striking out five. Genna Skalski went 5-for-5 with six RBIs and Morgan Schimeck also added three RBIs.

Watervliet 18-16, Lawton 6-1: Mahkala Clay had three RBIs on the day. Ariana Rowe also added a double, a home run and two RBIs.

Girls soccer

Armada 5, Imlay City 1: Starr Howland scored for Imlay City (3-11, 3-8 BWAC) on an assist from Rachel Kulin.

Belleville 9, Redford Union 1: Erin Sanchez had Union’s only goal.

Girls lacrosse

Fenton 20, Holly-Brandon 4: Fenton had 14 different scorers and won 20 of 25 draws.

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