Daily Roundup: April 6

Allen Park 10, Ann Arbor Huron 4
Jonathan Weatherspoon and Demetrius Sims each went 1-3 at the plate with Weatherspoon collecting an RBI.  Dom DiGiovine struggled from the mound going only 3.2 innings and allow nine runs, no earned.  Huron committed nine errors in the game as Allen Park won 10-4.

Riverview Gabriel Richard 7, Cranbrook 8
Grant Reuss, a Michigan commit, only allowed one hit in his three innings of work.  He struck out eight hitters, however, he walked 10.  Alex Roed led Cranbrook at the plate going 3-3 and collecting 2 RBI.  Closer Michael Turski recorded the final three outs of the game to get the save.

Dexter 4, No. 24 Canton 10
Greg Goffee and Brett Garwood each were perfect at the plate in game one.  Goffee went 4-4 while Garwood went 2-2 collecting the only hits on the day for Dexter.  Canton's Brent Mattson picked up the win going five innings pitched, allowing four hits, and striking out nine.

Dexter 6, No. 24 Canton 13
Canton jumped out to an early 12-0 lead and never looked back.  Canton's starting pitcher Nick Hazergian only had to go two innings and was pulled because of their commanding lead.  In his two innings of work he struck out three hitters and threw nearly 64% strikes.  Hazergian filled up the zone with a solid three pitch mix.  Canton capitalized on Dexter's lack of command drawing nine walks in the game.  The lone bright spot for Dexter was Cole Rize who went 2-4 at the plate.  Rize also threw four innings, struck out six hitters, and only allowed two hits.

Allen Park Cabrini 2, Notre Dame Prep 3
Despite Nathan Fryz's effort on the mound and out-hitting Notre Dame Prep 6-5, the Cabrini Monarchs lost a tight one 2-3.  Fryz struck out 10 and walked seven in six innings of work.  He also went 1-3 at the plate.

Perrysburg (OH) 14, Rochester Adams 5
CJ Borglin was a perfect 3-3 at the plate for Adams.  Senior Ben Hart was 2-4 at the plate including a triple.  Jacob Verploeg went 1-3, hitting a homerun in the loss.  

Fraser 4, Romeo 10
Derek Staelgraeve reached base three times for Romeo.  He also scored two runs and had two RBI, highlighted by his triple in the fourth.  Alec Padilla allowed only one hit and struck out five in 2 2/3 innings of work.  Greg Antoine also contributed to the offensive attack contributing four runs.

Allen Park 4, Ann Arbor Huron 7
Huron collected seven hits in the game.  Joe Cleary picked up the win for Huron, allowing two runs over four innings.  Allen Park made things interesting, but in the sixth inning, Demetrius Sims singled picking up an RBI and padded Huron's lead.

Riverview Gabriel Richard 2, Cranbrook 12
Cranbrook capitalized on eight walks and five Riverview errors to cruise to a 12-2 victory.  Matt Rosen had two RBI on two hits for Cranbrook.  Zach Feldman recorded the win for Cranbrook.  He struck out four and allowed no hits in two innings of work.

Allen Park Cabrini 8, Notre Dame Prep 7
Allen Park Cabrini pounded out twelve hits and walked eight times scoring eight runs in a come from behind victory over Notre Dame Prep.  Down 3-7 going into the top of the sixth inning, Cabrini score five unanswered.

Fraser 2, Romeo 8
Derek Staelgraeve picked up the win going 4.1 innings pitched, allowing two hits, two walks, and striking out five.  Alec Padilla led the offensive attack hammering a homerun and racking up three RBI.  Eric Shankin also had a good day at the plate going 3-3.  Romeo put the game away scoring four runs in the fifth innings to take a commanding 8-1 lead.

New Buffalo 2, Parchment 8
New Buffalo struck first, scoring one in the top of the first inning, but their lead was short lived.  Parchment answered with four runs in the bottom of the third.  Parchment pounded out 17 hits in the game led by Zach Roberts, who went 3-5.  Tim Pestoor was the winning pitcher for Parchment, throwing a complete game and striking out seven over seven innings.

Parchment 15, Branywine 5
Parchment continued their torrid offensive pace, collecting 11 hits in their second game on the day.  Parchment scored in every inning eventually leading to a 15-5 mercy.

Perrysburg (OH) 10, Rochester Adams 11
CJ Borglin, once again, came up big for Adams breaking a 10-10 tie in the sixth inning.  Borglin knocked in teammate Tyler Durand in the bottom of the sixth inning.  When the dust settled, both teams combined for 21 runs and 19 hits.

Southfield Lathrop 2, Stoney Creek 5
Stoney Creek snuck by Southfield Lathrop 5-2.  Sophomore Eric Gilgenbach homered in the fifth inning putting the game out of reach.  Gilganbach ended the day 1-3 with two RBI.  Junior Joe Cox and Justin Allor each went 1-3.

No.7 Bishop Foley 13, Birmingham Groves 2
Bishop Foley Junior Mike Reid got the win on the mound.  Garret Schilling, Mike Murley each went 203 at the plate while Nate Grys went 1-2 with three RBI.  

No. 7 Bishop Foley 12, Wyandotte Roosevelt 2
In the championship game of the Oakland County Spring Break Tournament Garret Schilling improved his high school career to 19-0.  Schilling went 4 innings, only allowing three hits.  Sophomore Nate Grys powered the offense by going 2-3 with three RBI, including a two-run homerun.  Junior Brad Baldwin also had a big day at the plate amassing three hits and four RBI.
Bishop Foley improved to 6-0 on the year.
Orchard Lake Saint Mary's 11, No 10 Dearborn Divine Child 4
Junior Devin Rose was 2-4 with two RBI in the first game of the day.  Conor Bowers pitched another gem, allowing only four hits while striking out 11.

Orchard Lake Saint Mary's 7, No. 10 Dearborn Divine Child 4
Game two of this Catholic League matchup was a wild one with OLSM coming out on top with a 7-4 victory in extra innings.  Saint Mary's escaped a based loaded jam in the bottom of the eighth and then scored three runs in the tops of the tenth to complete the come from behind victory.

Macomb Dakota 3, Richmond 2
Macomb Dakota wins the Macomb County Spring Break Tournament finishing the week at a perfect 7-0.  Dakota senior Dan Harman threw a complete game, earning the win.  Andrew Manduzzi and Frank Maloney both had RBI singles to help pace the Dakota offense.

Shore 13, Lakeview 0
Hunter Montrose recorded a no-hitter.  Lake Shore scored eight runs in the fifth inning breaking open the game and leading to a final score of 13-0.

Centerline 12, South Lake 2

Detroit Catholic Central 11, Ford 1

Detroit Catholic Central 9, Ford 0

Detroit Consortium 7, Sterling Heights 6

Avondale 8, Port Huron 1

Catholic Central 10, No. 3 Brother Rice 7

Catholic Central 0, No. 3 Brother Rice 3
Randy Righter threw four scoreless innings for Brother Rice.  Junior Tommy Lentz threw two scoreless innings in game two.

Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard 11, Novi 18

Grosse Pointe South 8, Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard 3

Milan 6, Dundee 1

Milan 4, Dundee 3