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FRIDAY’S PREP GIRLS SOCCER ROUNDUP Kettering topples Mott for Waterford Cup; Oxford rallies past Lake Orion; Saugatuck upends Parchment

FRIDAY’S PREP GIRLS SOCCER ROUNDUP: Kettering topples Mott for Waterford Cup; Oxford rallies past Lake Orion; Saugatuck upends Parchment


WATERFORD, Mich.  – Waterford Kettering is champions of … well, Waterford.


The Captains sailed to the Waterford Cup title with a 3-0 Lakes Valley Conference victory over Waterford Mott.


Three different players scored for Kettering, which is off to its best start in several years at 3-0-1.


Alexi Harriger scored in the 25th minute for a 1-0 halftime lead.


Avery Topinka netted an insurance tally 63rd minute, while Chloe Collias netted the third goal following a long free kick into the box from Ashlyn Campbell for the Captains (1-0-1 in league play).


Mott (3-2-0, 1-1-0) had seven cornerkicks in the game and five in the first half but could not convert on any of its chances.


OXFORD 3, LAKE ORION 2: The battle of M-24 went Oxford’s way Friday night. And it took some late-game heroics to help the Wildcats prevail.


The Wildcats fell behind 2-1 in the 76th minute, only to climb back with two goals in the final four minutes to post the OAA Crossover win over the Dragons.


SAUGATUCK 9, PARCHMENT 1: Kennedy Gustafson was dangerous all over the field Friday night.




After making two early saves in goal in the first half, the Saugatuck junior scored a career-high four goals, including one on a penalty kick, as Saugatuck cruised past visiting Parchment 9-1 Friday in Southwestern Athletic Conference play.


Gustafson converted her PK in the 55th minute, as well as scoring in the 61st, 64th and 71st minutes of the victory, while she also assisted on a goal for good measure.


Alina Martinson scored in the 20th and 21st minutes to set the tone for the Trailblazers. Neave Rewa scored in the 36th and 46th minutes and CeCe Atkins also scored a late goal for Saugatuck (2-2-1, 2-0-0).  Jenn Schock had two assists, while Sage Larsen and Atkins had single assists in the win.


CLARKSTON 0, GRAND BLANC 0: In a rematch of last year’s Division 1 district finals, these two rivals played to the scoreless draw. Grand Blanc defeated Clarkston (2-1) last year.


SUTTONS BAY-NORTHBAY UNIFIED 8, KINGSLEY 0: Two different players netted hat tricks and Suttons Bay cruised to the Northwest Conference win.


Laurne Lint and Megan U’Ren both scored three goals, while Megan Lint and Adrienne Schaub also scored for Suttons Bay (4-1-0, 2-1-0). Grace Beeman had two saves in goal.


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