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PREP GIRLS SOCCER Skyline, Rochester, Stevenson all prevail at Lawrence Tech Invite

PREP GIRLS SOCCER: Skyline, Rochester, Stevenson all prevail at Lawrence Tech Invite

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. – Division 1 second-ranked Ann Arbor Skyline prevailed in the final game of the inaugural Lawrence Tech Invitational Friday, taking down upstart Romeo 1-0 in the third game of the showcase evening.

Brianna Ferguson scored for the Eagles (7-0-0), who have now outscored their opposition 21-2 on the season. The game’s only goal came with 20 seconds remaining in the contest.

Sophia Nehro claimed her team’s sixth shutout and four straight clean sheet.

Romeo slipped to 2-5-2 overall.

ROCHESTER 2, WALLED LAKE NORTHERN 0: In a battle of defending conference champions, Rochester scored a goal in each half to tackle last year’s Lakes Valley Conference champions. Karsen Jackson and Stella Marlow scored for 12th-ranked Rochester (4-2-2).

STERLING HEIGHTS STEVENSON 6, DEARBORN HEIGHTS CRESTWOOD 0: In the opener of the LTU Invitational, Stevenson cruised past defending Western Wayne Athletic Conference champion Crestwood. Presley Jones continued her high-scoring pace with the hattrick along with two assists to lead the Titans. Lilly Kulczycki added two goals and two assists, Ava McGowan also scored and Isabelle Reda chipped in with a helper for Stevenson. Diana Marku picked up the shutout between the pipes.

TRENTON 0, PONTIAC NOTRE DAME PREP 0: Two state-ranked sides squared off in an evenly-match non-league contest and both defense stayed strong in this 0-0 tie Friday in Trenton. Leila Gorno notched the her ninth shutout for Trenton with defensive help from Lilly Mulford, Kira Johnson, Miya Severino and Elle Dolson. The Trojans (9-2-1) have only conceded four goals all season. Leila Mains recorded the shutout for Notre Dame Prep (6-0-3).

GROSSE ILE 8, DEARBORN EDSEL FORD 0: Grosse Ile moved its unbeaten streak to 10 games with this non-league victory Friday., Alicia Shelton and Mallory Botten scored two apiece while Cassidy Eblin, Lila Pascuzzi and Madelynn McNeil also scored for the Red Devils (7-1-3), who now have seven shutouts on the campaign and have outscored its foes 42-11.


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