ADRIAN — The Adrian boys tennis team took on Tecumseh at Adrian College Tuesday where the Maples picked up the rivalry win, 7-1.
Adrian (9-8) swept the singles matches and took three of the four doubles matches with Tecumseh (2-9-1) getting its lone win at No. 3 doubles.
Cayden Barrus: 7-6(7-2), 6-2 No. 1 flight
Jon Antalek: 6-3, 6-0 No. 2 flight
Dalon Beddingfield: 6-0, 6-0 No. 4 flight
Thomas Allor, Adrian: Because of injuries we had to juggle the line up tonight and wow, did the boys come through with a great team victory.
Adrian: 4 p.m. Thursday at Jackson
Tecumseh: 4 p.m. Thursday at Pinckney
Lenawee Christian 4, Jackson Lumen Christi 1
ADRIAN — The Cougars got another strong game from Jack Stamats as they topped the Titans.
Stamats set up his teammates to help get LCS up 3-1 at the half before netting a goal of his own in the second.
LCS (4-1) jumped out to a 3-0 lead before Lumen Christi scored its lone goal with 7:03 left before the half.
Jack Stamats: 1 goal, 2 assists
Brady McKelvey: 1 goal, 1 assist
Christian Orta/Gabe Miller: 1 goal
Nathan Sharpe, LCS: The boys continue to go above and beyond with low numbers on the roster. We only had one sub tonight due to illness and injury but the boys gutted it out. I am proud of our defensive effort tonight as we really only made one mistake.
Lenawee Christian: 6:30 p.m. Thursday vs. Monroe SMCC
Onsted 12, Hillsdale 4
HILLSDALE — The Wildcats picked up a Lenawee County Athletic Association win in a high-scoring affair.
Onsted was tied with the Hornets at 3-3 in the first half before rattling off six goals to go into the break up 9-3. Wildcats kept it going to open the second half to make it 10-3 before Hillsdale scored one more time.
Onsted netted two more goals to end the game before regulation.
Jacob Buchanan: 4 goals
Jaxson Vincent: 3 goals, 2 assists
Paco Galves-Orio: 1 goal, 3 assists
Onsted: 10 a.m. Saturday home invite
Adrian 4, Jackson 0
JACKSON — The Maples went on the road and picked up a Southeastern Conference White Division win.
Adrian led 2-0 at the half with Aiden Smith and Joey Spagnoli each assisting the other on goals. The Maples added on from there to improve to 1-1 in league play.
Gary Kemerer: 5 saves
Aiden Smith: 1 goal, 1 assist
Joey Spagnoli: 1 goal, 1 assist
Adrian: 5:30 p.m. Thursday vs. Ypsilanti
Ida 2, Clinton 1
IDA — The Redwolves opened the scoring the LCAA matchup, but the Bluestreaks finished it as Clinton fell by a goal.
Samson Schaffner found Ryan Tschirhart for a goal 21 minutes into the game, but Ida evened the match with 1:51 to go in the half.
The Bluestreaks got the game winner with four minutes to go.
Brandon Mannlien: 15 saves
Ryan Tschirhart: 1 goal
Samson Schaffner: 1 assist
Clinton: 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Jackson Christian tournament
Chelsea 2, Tecumseh 1
CHELSEA — The Bulldogs scored three goals on the night, one on accident, as Tecumseh battled with Chelsea in a SEC White matchup.
Tecumseh got on the board first behind a Chelsea own goal as Tecumseh’s Eli Neil played a strong corner kick and it deflected off a Bulldog defender and in.
Tecumseh led 1-0, but the Bulldogs came back with two late goals to get the win.
Eli Neil: Corner kick resulting in own goal
Jerry Nowak, Tecumseh: Going in, I knew they were going to have a possession time advantage and more shots than us. Our focus was to defend really hard and to counter attack quickly when the opportunity came up. That’s just about how the game went.
Tecumseh: 7 p.m. Thursday at Pinckney
Adrian 108, Coldwater 76
COLDWATER — The Maples picked up a win as they won 10 of the 12 events on the night.
Francesca Scarabottolo and Emily Hess each had strong nights, winning two individual events and being part of a relay win. Scarabottolo recorded state meet times in both the 200 freestyle and 100 butterfly while Ella Salenbien swam 2:04.56 to take second in the 200 freestyle and also record a state meet time.
Francesca Scarabottolo: 200 freestyle (2:01.99, 1st), 100 butterfly (1:00.67, 1st)
Emily Hess: 50 freestyle (26.21, 1st), 100 freestyle (57.01, 1st)
Ella Salenbien: 500 freestyle (5:58.12, 1st)
Ann Arbor Huron 185, Adrian 189
ADRIAN — The Maples dropped an SEC dual at Woodlawn Golf Course by a slim four-stroke deficit.
Cassidy Hawken, Lainey Betz and Quinn Hale all shot below 50, but it wasn’t enough to come out with the win.
Cassidy Hawken: 42
Lainey Betz/Quinn Hale: 48
Eden Palmani: 51
Adrian: 9 a.m. Monday home invite
Jackson Area Invite
JACKSON — Lenawee Christian took third at the competitive Jackson Area Invite with a score of 356.
Jackson Lumen Christi won while Grosse Ile took second.
Morgan Bell: 84
Lauren Swiggum: 88
Avery Sluss: 90
Madalyn Shaw: 94
Lenawee Christian: 3:30 p.m. Wednesday (Sept. 7) at Onsted IGL Jamboree
Hudson Early Season Invite
HUDSON — The Hudson boys and girls team each took second and the home early season invite.
The Tigers’ boys fell seven points behind Wauseon (33) while Morenci took third with 47. The Hudson girls fell 20-35 to Wauseon.
Alex Czeisperger, Hudson: 17:44.63, 2nd
Isaac St. John, Hudson: 18:33.48, 3rd
Bryson Bachelder, Morenci: 18:53.27, 4th
Nicholas Sorrow, Hudson: 19:48.29, 8th
Van Ekins, Morenci: 19:52.04, 9th
Zachary Martinez, Morenci: 20:05.80, 10th
Emersyn Bachelder, Morenci: 22:36.99, 2nd
Jayla Bright, Hudson: 22:42.99, 4th
Annabelle Czeisperger, Hudson: 23:19.15, 6th
Leah Rorick, Morenci: 24:37.22, 7th
Hudson/Morenci: 4:30 p.m. Friday at Homer Invite
Britton Deerfield: Tuesday at Erie Mason TCC Jamboree
Aubrey Appleman, Britton Deerfield: 25:31.72, 10th