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A recap of last week's highlights



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May 11, 2011 - Girls Lacrosse

The Girls Varsity Lacrosse team lost to Notre Dame Prepatory on Saturday, 25-16.

Danielle Dunn led the team with eight goals as Lauren Sharkey and Stephanie Dellinger added three points each to the score. Sharkey also had one assist.

Kylie Cohu made six saves in the net.

The girls next game is against Bloomfield United on Wednesday at home. They travel to Rochester Adams on Friday. JV begins at 5:30 p.m. and varsity follows.

The girls play in the Game for a Cure at Clarkston High School on Saturday. The JV team plays Oxford at 2 p.m. Varsity plays Waterford at 5 p.m.

Girls Soccer

Lady Kickers beat Holly last Thursday for their third win, 4-1.

They worked as a team as Sarah McCallum, Caitlyn Kirby, Lisa Lyons and Morgan Todd scored a goal each during the away game.

Katie Miller made nine saves against the Bronchos.

The girls played Troy on Tuesday and host Stoney Creek on Thursday.

They head to Waterford to take on the Mott Corsairs on Saturday. JV begins at 5:30 p.m., varsity follows.

Boys Lacrosse

The Wolves took down cross-town rivals Lake Orion on Saturday to the tune of 15-4.

Jordan Kincaid led the team at the Dragon's stadium, scoring five during the game and had two assists. Kevin Horton added four. Kevin O'Grady scored two goals and had six assists in the game.

Prior to the game the boys defeated Farmington Harrison on Thursday, 16-1.

Kincaid scored four goals while teammates Alexander Dzeiwitt, Horton and O'Grady add two goals each.

The boys beat University of Liggett on May 3, 15-3.

O'Grady lead the team with four goals. Horton and Kincaid added three goals each. Kincaid had three assists and Horton had two.

The boys record is 11-1 as they go into this week's set of games.

The Wolves head to Birmingham Consolidated on Wednesday and host Game for a Cure on Saturday.

The Boys JV team plays 3:30 p.m. and varsity plays at 7:30 p.m. Both games against South Lyon.

Softball

Lady Hitters let the sun shine on them as they led a great week.

They won the Alma tournament during the weekend and began the week with a win over Lake Orion.

The Lady Wolves beat their rivals on May 4, 4-1.

Sarah Altene hit a double during the game.

Shauna Siwicki hit 2-for-4 and Megan Hastings hit 2-for3. Both had one RBI as Rachel Pytel and Rachel Allie also did.

Hastings pitched during all seven innings and had seven strikeouts.

The girls also beat Flint Carman-Ainsworth in both double header games in five innings, 17-2 and 13-2.

Siwicki hit a triple during the first game and Liz Zezula hit a triple during the second game.

Sam Hoeksema pitched during both games and struck out 11 hitters for the day.

The girls host West Bloomfield in a double-header on Wednesday, beginning at 4:30 p.m. and head to the Swartz Creek Invitational on Saturday.

Baseball

Chase Toth started off the game against Lake Orion on Friday with a solo home run, in the boys 8-3 win.

Justin Baetz added one more run in the seventh inning on a single hit to guarantee the boys success.

During the game Toth hit 3-for-4 and had two runs. Jake Sims hit a homerun, went 2-for-4 and had three RBIs.

Matt Rodgers was the winning pitcher with three strikeouts.

The boys played Oxford on Monday and mercied them, 10-0, with a home run from Dylan Peck, putting the boys record 12-2.

They host their annual Nathan Manuel Memorial tournament on Saturday, 10 a.m.

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