Daily Roundup: April 2



By Mike Penn
Michigan Director of Scouting

No. 3 Brother Rice 13, Grosse Pointe North 1
No. 3 Brother Rice 12, Grosse Pointe North 2
Brother Rice HS proved why they are one of the most talented teams in the state.  Matt Ruppenthal, who is a Vanderbilt commit and currently ranked No. 1 in the Class of 2014, impressed not only on the mound but at the plate as well.  Brother Rice had 27 hits on the day, including home runs from Ruppenthal, Ty Kiafoulis and Nick Plummer on the day..

Ruppenthal and Tommy Lentz combined to throw a no hitter in Game 1.  Ruppenthal went four innings, struck out five and walked two.  Lentz then followed up Ruppenthal with a clean inning of work as well striking out one.  Game 2 was uneventful as well for the Warriors.  Randy Righter picked up the win tossing four innings.  

Ypsilanti 2, Milan 14
Ypsilanti 4, Milan 13

Junior right-hander Jacob Hendricks was stellar for Milan picking up the win in his first start of the year.  Hendricks went five innings allowing only two hits and striking out eight.  Milan pounded out an additional 14 hits in Game 2 winning 13-4.  Hendricks went 2-3 in the game, as did Zach Alliston. 


Grosse Pointe South 2, Cincinnati Moeller 17
Grosse Pointe South played one of the most talented teams in the Midwest, Cincinnati Moeller, yesterday on its spring trip.  Moeller is the Division I defending state champions in Ohio and currently ranked No. 1 in the state had no trouble with GPS.  Carmen Benedetti suffered the loss on the mound but did pick up one of GPS' four hits.  George Fishback also contributed with a double and an RBI of his own

Grosse Pointe South 4, Cincinnati Oak Hills 14
Zach Moyer and Carmen Benedetti each had two hits in the loss. 

 

Macomb Spring Break Tournament Results

L'Anse Creuse 8, Woods Tower 8

Port Huron Northern 4, Detroit Western International 6

L'Anse Creuse 0, Detroit Western International 5

Port Huron Northern 14, Sterling Heights Cousino 4

Woods Tower 12, Sterling Heights Cousino 6