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THURSDAY’S PREP GIRLS SOCCER ROUNDUP Marian explodes for win over WL Western; Portage Central rallies past Mattawan; Oakland Christian cruises



THURSDAY’S PREP GIRLS SOCCER ROUNDUP: Marian explodes for win over WL Western; Portage Central rallies past Mattawan; Oakland Christian cruises


BIRMINGHAM, Mich. – Birmingham Marian has been extremely difficult to score upon this season. In fact, no opposing team has figured out that riddle this season.

The Mustangs’ offense has sputtered as of late.

Marian’s engine finally began humming on all cylinders Thursday with a 7-0 non-conference win over visiting Walled Lake Western. It was the Mustangs’ highest offensive production of the campaign and now gives them a 13-0 scoring advantage as part of their 4-0-2 start as the No. 1-rankedc team in Division 2.

Dani Mertz and Charlie Bingham combined for Marian’s sixth shutout to open the campaign. Clair Dauer scored three goals, while Gui Agrusso, Madeline Stenger and Bella Musachio also scored for the Mustangs.

 

MORE RESULTS FROM ACROSS THE STATE

 

PORTAGE CENTRAL 3, MATTAWAN 1: Alana Simmons scored twice and state-ranked Portage Central rallied for three unanswered goals in the second half to earn this Southwestern Michigan Athletic Conference win over the defending league champions. Simmons tied the game in the 54th minute off a chip cross from Cassidy Parmalee, Madison Cutler netted the game-winner in the 57th minute off a cross from Anna Pellegrini and Simmons also scored an insurance tally in the 74th minute for the unbeaten Mustangs (5-0-1, 3-0-0), who now own a 26-2 scoring edge on the campaign and stand alone in first place in the 10-school SWMAC. Alena Tylicki scored for Mattawan (3-1-0, 2-1-0) in the 40th minute.

AUBURN HILLS OAKLAND CHRISTIAN 9, ROCHESTER HILLS LUTHERAN NORTHWEST 1: Oakland Christian is trying to defend its MIAC crown this season and took another big step in that direction Thursday with this lopsided MIAC win. Leah Zarrilli scored four goals to lead the Lancers. Rowan Klein added two goals and two assists, Morgan Kwapis added two goals and an assist, Jessica Reyes had one goal and two assists and Valeria Santurtun added a single assist in the victory.

GRAND BLANC 1, TROY ATHENS 0: Grand Blanc moved to 4-1-1 on the season and are on a five-game unbeaten streak following this upset win Thursday over Division 1 No. 2-ranked Troy Athens. Grand Blanc has now outscored its opposition 20-4 this season after a season-opening 2-1 loss to Davison. Athens falls to 6-1-2.

TROY 5, ROYAL OAK 0: Kaylee Worrell scored twice in this OAA crossover win. Olivia Jasniewicz, Audrey Hamilton and Sabrina Gaul also scored for the Colts.

MUSKEGON MONA SHORES 8, WYOMING 0: The Sailors made quick work of Wyoming Thursday in this mercy-shortened OKC-Green Division contest. Olivia Naylor and Shay Norden finished with two goals and two assists and Olivia Naylor also scored the brace to lead Mona Shores (6-1-1, 3-0-1). Summer Darrow, Sophie Brown, Braylin Meyers and Ava Frye also scored, while Ella Charland picked up two assists in the win. Jersey VanderWall picked up her fifth shutout of the campaign.

BRIGHTON 1, PLYMOUTH SALEM 1: Olivia Sebestyen scored for Brighton in this KLAA-West Division matchup featuring the state-ranked Rocks and Brighton.

WESTLAND-LUTHERAN WESTLAND 4, SOUTHFIELD CHRISTIAN/NOVI CHRISTIAN UNIFIED 0: Kaitlyn Groh recorded 12 saves on the night, including one on a penalty kick, in a losing effort for Southfield Christian.

HAZEL PARK 4, NEW HAVEN 0: The Vikings continued one of their best starts in program history with this shutout win in the MAC-Silver Division.  Emily Hudnell scored twice and had an assist, while Lilly Griffin and Kendra Miller added single goals for Hazel Park (5-0-1, 3-0-1).

ST. JOSEPH 1, BATTLE CREEK LAKEVIEW 0: Ella Dykstra scored in this narrow SWMAC win Thursday for the Bears.

ESSEXVILLE-GARBER 5, BAY CITY JOHN GLENN 0: Garber continued to haunt opposing defenses Thursday with this Tri-Valley Conference victory over John Glenn. Natalie Fodrey scored a penalty kick goal and recorded the shutout in net for the Dukes. Ella Betzold scored twice and both Avery Nearman and Mary Humphries added single tallies for Garber.

KALAMAZOO LOY-NORRIX 2, KALAMAZOO CENTRAL 0: Loy-Norrix continued its fast start and posted this shutout win over its rivals in SWMAC play. Loy-Norrix (6-1-0, 2-1-0) now owns a 22-1 scoring edge over its opposition. Ella Stangl notched the shutout.

HARTLAND 5, PLYMOUTH 1: Hartland maintained its lead in the loaded KLAA-West Division with this league win Thursday. Emma Kastamo, Josie Cheyne, Eva Larson, Alyse Daavettila and Jayna Kennell scored for the Eagles.

PLAINWELL 8, EDWARDSBURG 0: Plainwell is going after its 11th straight Wolverine Conference title and took another step in that direction Thursday with this mercy-shorted league win over the Eddies.  


 

(MSN will compile a random sampling of game results from around the state each day. To send in results from high school varsity, club, amateur, pre-pro, semi-pro or professional soccer, email all pertinent details to Communications Specialist / Web and Content Editor / Director of News Dan Stickradt at stickradt@michigansoccernetwork.com.)

 

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