Scores and Schedule: May 12, 2014

Haven’t been able to provide consistent updates here (obviously). Trying to get back on track soon.

Wednesday’s Scores

Division-3 Men

Adrian 13, Aurora 22

Collegiate Club Women

Michigan 9, Towson 8

High School Boys

Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard 14, Madison Heights Bishop Foley 10
Ann Arbor Skyline 17, Temperance Bedford 4
Brighton 17, Huron Valley-Lakeland 5
Tecumseh 16, Chelsea 5
Grosse Pointe South 17, Warren De La Salle 8
Dexter 17, Grosse Ile 3
Bay City Central 7, Houghton Lake 4
Howell 10, Waterford 3
Ypsilanti Lincoln 8, Belleville 7
Saline 14, Ann Arbor Huron 5
South Lyon 17, Walled Lake Western 3
Hartland 12, Walled Lake Central 2
Grand Blanc @ Walled Lake Northern

High School Girls

Grand Rapids Catholic Central 13, Forest Hills United 8
Hartland 16, Brighton 15 (OT)
Grand Haven 18, Comstock Park 2
Cranbrook-Kingswood 16, Detroit Country Day 2
East Lansing 25, Lansing Waverly 4
Birmingham United 12, Grosse Pointe South 8
Huron Valley United 6, Grand Blanc 6
Williamston-Haslett 17, DeWitt 0
DeWitt 14, Holt 7
Grand Rapids Christian 18, Hudsonville 4
Lake Orion 8, Rochester Adams 5
Rochester 19, Farmington Hills Harrison 11
Plymouth 16, Northville 11
Portage Northern 8, Mishawaka (Ind.) Penn 9 (2OT)
East Grand Rapids 11, Rockford 10
South Lyon United 7, Salem 3
Rochester Hills Stoney Creek 9, Farmington 7
Tecumseh 9, Sylvania (Ohio) Southview 20
Troy 10, Troy Athens 9
Waterford United 9, Walled Lake United 8
West Bloomfield 17, Oxford 14
Northview 7, Holland West Ottawa 6
Ann Arbor Skyline @ Temperance Bedford

Thursday’s Scores

Collegiate Club Women

Michigan 9, Pittsburgh 11
Oakland 6, UNC Club 12

High School Boys

Auburn Hills Avondale 12, Detroit Southeastern 2
Comstock Park 10, Hudsonville 7
DeWitt 8, Lansing Waverly 4
West Bloomfield 8, Farmington North-Harrison 6
Grand Rapids Catholic Central 8, Forest Hills Eastern 3
Forest Hills Northern 19, Holland West Ottawa 7
Flint Powers 11, Davison 7
Forest Hills Central 16, East Grand Rapids 13
Grand Rapids Christian 6, Northview 3
Holland Christian 14, Caledonia 6
Holt 16, Grand Ledge 2
Bay City Western 16, Saginaw Heritage 6
Lake Orion 13, Bloomfield Hills 6
Spring Lake 11, Lowell 10
Midland 18, Bay City Central 1
Cranbrook 16, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 7
Novi 13, Canton 11
Battle Creek Pennfield 16, Battle Creek Lakeview 7
Mattawan 13, Portage Northern 12
Portage Central 20, Kalamazoo United 3
Rochester Adams 15, Rochester 5
Clarkston 19, Rochester Hills Stoney Creek 4
L’Anse Creuse North 9, Romeo 7
Ann Arbor Greenhills 11, Royal Oak Shrine 2
Royal Oak 10, Oxford 3
Grandville 14, Muskegon Reeths-Puffer 3
Ann Arbor Pioneer 7, Sylvania (Ohio) Southview 12
Troy 11, Troy Athens 10
Utica Eisenhower 19, L’Anse Creuse 5
Utica Stevenson 15, Port Huron United 8
Madison Heights Bishop Foley 15, Warren Cousino 5
Haslett-Williamston 16, East Lansing 1
Warren Mott-Sterling Heights 17, Utica 2
Zeeland 20, Grand Rapids South Christian 2

High School Girls

Flint Powers 17, Flushing 2
Hartland 24, Waterford United 4
Okemos 18, Ann Arbor Skyline 2
South Lyon United 7, Novi 4

Friday’s Scores

Collegiate Club Women

Michigan 5, Georgia 15
Oakland 11, Cortland Club 8
Oakland 11, Denver Club 9

High School Boys

Ann Arbor Skyline 8, Saline 8
Tecumseh 9, Temperance Bedford 0
Rochester Adams 10, Bloomfield Hills 7
Dexter 16, Chelsea 6
Forest Hills Northern 13, Brighton 5
Grosse Pointe North 9, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s 4
Huron Valley-Lakeland 8, Grand Blanc 7
Bay City Western 7, Lapeer, West-East 4
South Lyon 10, Northville 8
Birmingham 18, Rochester Hills Stoney Creek 2
Davison 14, Swartz Creek 6
West Bloomfield 13, Warren Mott-Sterling Heights 11
Plymouth 8, Walled Lake Western 7
Ann Arbor Pioneer @ Ann Arbor Huron
Henry Ford II @ L’Anse Creuse North

Friday’s Scores

Ann Arbor Pioneer 16, Forest Hills United 11
Ann Arbor Huron 14, Dexter 10
Caledonia 10, Lake Forest (Ill.) 6
Williamston-Haslett 10, East Lansing 9
Mattawan United 17, Kalamazoo Central 5
Midland Dow 11, Lake Orion 7
Rochester Hills Stoney Creek 10, Farmington Hills Harrison 9
Okemos 18, DeWitt 3
Rochester 18, Grosse Pointe University Liggett 4
Huron Valley United 16, Walled Lake United 7
Bloomfield Hills @ Detroit Country Day
Ann Arbor Skyline @ Saline
Temperance Bedford @ Tecumseh

Saturday’s Scores

Division-3 Women

Adrian 14, Augustana 22

Collegiate Club Women

Michigan 15, UC Santa Barbara 19
Oakland 7, Utah 14

High School Boys

Canton 11, Ann Arbor Huron 6
Ann Arbor Skyline 15, Toledo (Ohio) St. John’s 4
Brother Rice 12, Detroit Catholic Central 8
Clarkston 21, Lake Orion 4
East Grand Rapids 7, Detroit Country Day 6
Grand Ledge 10, East Lansing 5
Utica Eisenhower 14, Grosse Pointe North 6
Grand Haven 14, Holland Christian 7
Grandville 12, Hudsonville 5
GrandRapids Catholic Central 18, Kalamazoo United 4
Petoskey 4, Mattawan 3
Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 9, Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard 4
Novi 10, Troy Athens 6
Okemos 17, DeWitt 4
Oxford 14, Bay City Western 2
Salem 8, Plymouth 7
Romeo 15, Rochester 11
Midland 14, Rockford 10
Zeeland 18, Muskegon Reeths-Puffer 0
Portage Central 12, Spring Lake 11 (OT)
Monroe St. Mary-Catholic Central 12, Ypsilanti Lincoln 6
Troy 14, Royal Oak 5
Henry Ford II 15, Anchor Bay Fairview 3
Walled Lake Western 13, Walled Lake Northern 8
Haslett-Williamston 13, Holt 5

High School Girls

Caledonia 14, Brighton 6
Caledonia 12, Bloomfield Hills 11
Novi 14, Canton 11
Bloomfield Hills 9, Grand Rapids Catholic Central 5
Grand Rapids Catholic Central 11, Brighton 5
East Grand Rapids 16, Ann Arbor Pioneer 5
East Grand Rapids 13, Lake Forest (Ill.) 7
Grand Rapids Christian 20, Mattawan United 11
Grand Haven 12, Portage Northern 11 (2OT)
Ann Arbor Pioneer 8, Lake Forest (Ill.) 9
Bloomfield Hills Marian 15, Sacred Heart Academy 13
Midland Dow 14, Dexter 11
Livonia Ladywood 19, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 8
Oxford @ Saginaw Heritage

Today’s Schedule

Collegiate Club Men

Grand Valley State v. Montana State @ UC-Irvine
Michigan State v. Texas @ UC-Irvine

High School Boys

Novi @ Brighton
Grosse Pointe University Liggett @ Detroit Southeastern
Ann Arbor Greenhills @ East Lansing
Farmington @ Farmington North-Harrison
Northville @ Hartland
Salem @ Huron Valley-Lakeland
South Lyon @ Howell
Saline @ Ypsilanti Lincoln
Davison @ Lapeer West-East
Portage Northern @ Mattawan
Battle Creek Pennfield @ Portage Central
Anchor Bay Fairview @ Port Huron United
Rochester Hills Stoney Creek @ Rochester
Grosse Pointe South @ Romeo
Bay City Central @ St. Clair United
Saginaw Heritage @ Swartz Creek
Temperance Bedford @ Tecumseh
Clarkston @ Troy
Auburn Hills Avondale @ Henry Ford II
Kalamazoo United @ Vicksburg
Plymouth @ Walled Lake Central

High School Girls

Bloomfield Hills Marian @ Ann Arbor Huron
Tecumseh @ Temperance Bedford
Bloomfield Hills @ Birmingham United
Flint Powers @ Flint Carman-Ainsworth
Rockford @ Caledonia
Lowell @ Comstock Park
Lansing Waverly @ East Grand Rapids
Farmington Hills Harrison @ Farmington
Grandville @ Grand Rapids Christian
Northview @ Grand Haven
Cranbrook-Kingswood @ Livonia Ladywood
Swartz Creek @ Lake Orion
Oxford @ Midland Dow
Farmington Hills Mercy @ Pontiac Notre Dame Prep
Williamston-Haslett @ Okemos
Ann Arbor Pioneer @ Sacred Heart Academy
West Bloomfield @ Saginaw Heritage
Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard @ Saline
Hartland @ Salem
Rochester Adams @ Rochester Hills Stoney Creek
Clarkston @ Troy Athens
Hudsonville @ Holland West Ottawa

Corrections, omissions, etc. always appreciated in the comments. Also use the comments for discussion of today’s action.

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5 Responses to Scores and Schedule: May 12, 2014

  1. DCLaxFan says:

    Tim: are you planning to do a piece on the Michigan and UD seasons?

  2. Sir Laxalot says:

    Have not seen a wrap up on Detroit’s disappointing season ending loss to Marist in the MAAC Semi Finals… I know you will get around to it Tim, but I had a few thoughts on their season:
    I thought this was a big step backward for The Titans after making a run last year…Detroit had the athletes and a nice schedule to really do some damage this year… Instead they faltered… Badly… What was different? Well they lost a great, and I mean Great, LSM in Jordan Houtby, he was going to be tough to replace no matter what…a talent like that only comes along once every so often… Detroit did not even come close to replacing his skill on the field this year. They could have done better at that position, but did not. AJ also graduated, but Weber did a fantastic job in the pipes as a freshman. Other than that, they had a loaded team coming back… What happened? Well, they played some close games, and they should have won them…I put the blame on Coaching… Here’s why… Face offs… Was it the FOGOS? Maybe, they had a couple good guys with some skill, but they never could settle on Hicks or Corcran at times… Hicks would be doing well, and then they would bring on Corcran… Very inconsistent. Recruiting a top notch face off guy should be a big priority… When the FOGOS would battle, the Titans did not come up with the ball… Wingers were consistently beaten badly. No size or toughness… At the end of the season, they had a back up goalie on one of the wings… Small and undersized… Why? they had a battle tested group of DMids that they rarely used in that role… Speaking of DMids, they rarely had a chance to push tempo on odd man rushes…. opting to go and set up on offense instead. No second line Offensive Mids… That line was not good all year… Slow and prone to turnovers, Yet no alternative was ever tried… Some top skill on the first line was not utilized… Birney struggled with his shot and turnovers all year… I don’t blame him as much as I do on coaching… Bearegard, Drummond were good, but with Birney facing a LSM or being doubled, their output should have been even better…Teams got a break when the second line came on, as there was a huge drop off… Adams was very good, but when teams doubled him, the offense went south… Maini was the biggest problem all year… He had good numbers yes, but in comparison his turnovers were astronomical he went games with 6 and 7 TO’s consistently!!!… unacceptable, and it killed offensive momentum…at key moments in games especially. Defense was ok, but slow and got exposed at times… Picking up GB’s at critical junctures was also very noticeable with the exception of Bitetti… I just think that the coaching has reached it’s critical apex…You look at programs like Marquette and High Point… New teams that came on like gangbusters… Not a huge difference in talent, but the difference is coaching… Detroit found themselves in winnable games VS Bellermine, Michigan, Quinnipiac, Siena and came away with losses at home…No excuse…When it came to crunch time, they failed… I think Adams did a good job for what he got thrown into at the last minute, but the other coaches are suspect…If Detroit wants to go to the next level, they need new coaches, or they will languish where they are, or get worse…They had talent but they had players in the wrong positions and their strategy was poor. Certain player were allowed to continue to make mistakes, while others got yanked and rarely got an opportunity…So, does Detroit want to be a competitive team in the future or be happy with 5 or 6 win seasons? To go to the next level… they need a change.

    • Jason says:

      I actually wasn’t all that disappointed with UDM to be honest. Last year they won 5 games, and this year they won 6. They easily could have won a couple more and were quite competitive in their conference. They played everyone in the MAAC very close, despite losing some very key contributors from last year’s team.

      I think their realistic goal should be to win the conference, which obviously won’t happen every year, but as long as they win every few and are consistently challenging for it they are in good shape.

    • pat says:

      Seems like you can say the same thing about Michigan’s program.

      • DCLaxFan says:

        I agree but with one exception: I think a realistic goal for UM next year is to achieve a .500 record. With Maryland and Hopkins joining the Big Ten lax conference, UM is a few years away from thinking about competing for the conference title.

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