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THURSDAY’S PREP GIRLS SOCCER ROUNDUP Clarkston hands Berkley first loss; Dearborn dominates Fordson; Pioneer downs Huron

BERKLEY, Mich. – There’s a new leader in the Oakland Activities Association-White Division and a hungry team is trying to separate itself from the pack.

Clarkston headed host Berkley its first league loss Thursday night to take over first place in the OAA-White.

Emma Bradley had two goals and an assist, including the game-winner off a penalty kick in the 61st minute, to pace the hungry Wolves (7-2-1, 4-0-0). Emily Cantinella added a goal and Avery Perkins drew an assist for Clarkston, which has rebounded from its 6-0 season-opening loss to state-ranked Rochester Adams.

The Wolves now own a 25-17 scoring edge on its opponents and are off to one of their best starts in program history.

Madi Bonsall converted a breakaway feed off a free kick from Maeve Nolan in the 13th minute and Madeline Welsh made 13 saves for Berkley (6-1-3, 2-1-1).

DEARBORN 5, DEARBORN FORDSON 0: Talk about dominance over a city rival. Dearborn defeated Dearborn Fordson for the 19th straight time on Thursday night. Nadine Jawad and Sienna Mroue both scored two goals to lead the Pioneers (7-2-1, 7-1-1) to the KLAA-East Division win. Olivia Karkaba also scored and both Ava Mcughni and Navene Bazzi registered assists. Jenna Medlej recorded the shutout in goal for Dearborn. Sarinah Ajami had 13 saves for Fordson (4-4-0, 4-4-0).

ANN ARBOR PIONEER 7, ANN ARBOR HURON 0: Pioneer scored early and often in this rare blowout of Huron in Southeastern Conference-Red Division play. The Pioneers are 7-3-0 and 4-2-0 and remain in a four-school title chase in the league.

SALINE 9, TEMPERANCE BEDFORD 1:Saline’s offense came alive Thursday in this Southeastern Conference-Red Division, as the Hornets scored a season-high nine goals in this mercy-shortened contest. The win marked Saline’s fourth straight and improved their record to 6-1-1 overall and 3-1-0 in league play. Cora Conley scored five times to pace the Hornets, while Sadie Walsh added two goals and both Ashley Kruse and Sienna Snyder once apiece for Saline.

SAUGATUCK 7, FENNVILLE 0: Saugatuck cruised this Southwestern Athletic Conference-Lakeshore Division win Thursday over Fennville. Naeve Rewa scored three goals and added an assist, Alaina Martinson also netted a hattrick with a helper and Jenn Shock had a goal and two assists to lead Saugatuck. Ava Tringali had two assists, Charlotte Gardner one assists and Kennedy Gustafson and Ginny Cernugle combined for six saves and the shutout.

TROY ATHENS 4, GOODRICH 0: Lauren DeJonckheere scored twice and chipped in with a helper and Athens recorded the non-league win over Flint Metro League leader Goodrich. Emily Mendrick and Hannah Dombrowski added goals for the Red Hawks.

BIRMINGHAM MARIAN 6, FENTON 1: Fenton became the second school to score on Marian. That 20th minute goal just awoke a sleeping giant. The Division 2 top-ranked Mustangs recorded a six-goal outburst and recorded the non-league win. Giulianna Agrusso scored twice in the first half to give Marian the lead, while Agatha Valka, Clair Dauer, Brook Salkowski and Dani Mertz also scored for the Mustangs.

MUSKEGON MONA SHORES 4, ZEELAND WEST 1: After trailing 1-0 at the half, Mona Shores erupted for four unanswered second-half goals to earn the OKC-Green Division win and remain alone in first place. Shay Norden kept up her high-scoring pace with two goals and assisting on another for the Sailors. Addison Fisher and Olivia Naylor also scored and Ella Kinney drew an assist. Annie Zanbron, Emma Anderson, Mal Hogston, Ave Frye and Kylie Dusenberry recorded assists for Mona Shores (9-1-1, 5-0-1).


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