FLAT ROCK – The Flat Rock women’s football team had plenty to celebrate on Tuesday.
The Rams recorded their first win of the season and spread wealth with seven different girls scoring in an 8-0 rout from Lincoln Park.
It was the first goal of the season for six Rams.
“It’s been a tough season,” Flat Rock coach Sam Murphy said. “We are very young. We have quite a few freshmen, at least seven of them. We are a young and growing team. We have really improved since the start of the season.
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Defender Alexa Sollars dribbled the field to score her first two goals of the season.
Korie Dickson, Abby Cullen, Kiera Rydzik, Mackenzie Lewis and Mekayla Kryk also scored for the first time.
Bella Thomas scored the other goal.
Dickerson, Thomas, Anna Klein and Breeya Kryk got assists.
“We were expecting one,” Murphy said of the first win. “It’s very, very exciting, I’m very happy for them and proud of them.
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Twins give Ida a helping hand
IDA – Brent and Brady Mitosinka are twins.
Almost identical performances on the mound on Tuesday as Ida swept Brooklyn Columbia Central 5-0, 5-1 on Tuesday.
Both pitched perfect matches and neither gave up a deserved run. Brent had eight strikeouts and no walks in Game 1 and Brady poked up seven with a walk in the last drink.
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“They’re twins and they’re always trying to outdo each other,” Ida coach Jimmy McMonagle said. “Both have pitched really well for us this year.”
Nate Miller went 2-for-2 with 2 RBIs in Game 1. Aaron Dean was 2 for 3 and AJ Schrader ripped an RBI brace.
Chris Zangara, Jaedan Gianino and Zach Lindsay all went 2 for 3 in Game 2.
Ida has won six of her last seven games to move up to 9-12.
DEARBORN – New Boston Huron hit 15 hits, but fell 11-9 to Dearborn Divine Child on Tuesday.
Ethan Webb led the way with three hits while Chase Molnar, Rory Calahan, Cole Grunwald and Gavin Moczydlowsky added two each.
Dundee on a leash two
DUNDEE – Trevor Schroeder went 3-for-3 and Ty Schroeder, Cooper Buhl and Nick McBee each added two in Game 1, but Dundee was swept 9-6 and 7-1 by Hudson on Tuesday.
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Delay the marathon
BROOKLYN – McKenna Tarry threw a sacrificial fly down the 11th inning to give Ida a thrilling 12-11 victory over Brooklyn Columbia Central in Game 2 of a double game on Tuesday.
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Columbia Central scored three times in the top of the seventh to take a one-run lead, but Ida equalized at the bottom of the set. The Blue Streaks also had to score in the bottom of the ninth to stay alive.
Hailey Lambert and Summer Smith led the attack with three hits each and Hannah Monroe, Makayla Healy and Marissa Sandefur added two each.
Monroe pitched all 11 innings.
“The girls held on, especially after playing nine games last week,” said coach Ida Chelsea Wright.
Ida earned a 16-2 victory in Game 1 as Paige Stein hit two homers. She had three hits with Monroe, Smith and Teigan Price. Tarry, Sandefur, and Healy had two each.
Dundee sweeps Hudson
DUNDEE – Harley Hughson went 6-for-7 to lead Dundee to a 1-0, 13-1 Hudson sweep on Tuesday.
Emily Marek pitched a 1-batter with 9 strikeouts and Hughson was 3-for-3 with a double and a triple and led in the game’s lone inning.
Kennedy Irwin and Kelsie Schmidt each had three hits including a triple in Game 2. Shay VanZandt has hit his first home run of the season.
Marek and Schmidt have given just three hits in two games.
Vikings finish 8-1
DUNDEE – The Dundee Boys and Girls both finished 8-1 in two seasons of competition beating Stockbridge on Tuesday.
Carson Irwin won the 100, 200 and 400 and Isaac Wylie swept the hurdles to lead the boys to a 91-37 victory. Elek LaPalme (long jump), Jacob Fenbert (pole vault), Travis Goins (800), Kaiden Hubbell (shot put) and Cole Hubbell (discus) also won individual events.
McKenzie Richards (throws) and Elena Borbley (high jump and low hurdles) won the doubles as the girls dominated 104-32. Other wins came from Madison LaVoy (pole vault), Ashlyn Buhl (high hurdles), Bridget Waterstradt (1600), Olivia Waterstradt (3200) and Emerson Hernandez (800).
Mason wins four
ERIE – Erie Mason invented a competition originally scheduled during a snowstorm in April and the boys walked away with four wins in perfect weather.
The Eagles beat Sand Creek 71-66, Jackson Prep 117-15, Blissfield 109-24 and Lenawee Christian 96-37 to take their record to 10-1.
Tyler Bates broke his own school record with a 56-5 shot put. The winners for Mason were also Cooper Kinsey (400), Jackson Ansel (1,600) and the 800 relay of Gavin Larrow, Louden Murbach, Alex Langenderfer and Jackson Iocoangeli.
Jacob Ansel was second in the 800 and 3200.
Mason’s daughters beat Lenawee Christian 70-30 and Jackson Prep 66-24, but fell to Blissfield 71-38 and Sand Creek 99-29. Kaylie Bash won the 200 and the high hurdles.
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Flat Rock Falls
NEWPORT – Logan Manley shot 46 to lead Flat Rock in a 179-216 loss to Riverview on Tuesday.
Ingram gets an ace
TEMPERANCE – Ryan Ingram used an 8 iron to shoot a hole-in-one on the 167-yard No.7 hole on the Irish course at Bedford Hills Golf Course recently.
SMCC hosts camps
The St. Mary Catholic Central Boys basketball camps will be held June 14-17.
It is open to boys entering grades 5-8 in the fall. Registration is $ 50. For more information, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.