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Multiple Teams · Roundup: Hartland soccer team beats No. 9 Northville


NORTHVILLE — Hartland is playing its best soccer at the right time.

The unranked Eagles extended their winning streak to seven games with a 1-0 victory over ninth-ranked Northville Monday night.

Ben Martin scored with 16:04 left in the first half for the game’s only goal. Kieran Malachino and Kyle Ford each made four saves to split the shutout.

Hartland finished with the best division record in the KLAA Gold at 4-1-1, but didn’t win the division because games against the Black Division also count toward the title. Northville won the division with a 10-3-0 against all KLAA opponents, while Hartland was third with an 8-4-1 mark.

Hartland’s quest for a second straight district championship will begin at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 17 at home against Lakeland. There are no ranked teams in the Eagles’ district. Hartland completes the regular season at 7 p.m. Wednesday when it hosts Salem.

Brighton 8, Wayne Memorial 0

WAYNE — Nolan Hoffman scored three goals for Brighton (8-5-3), which ended the game via the mercy rule just 29 seconds into the second half.

Ian Sosenko, Keegan Gormley, Chase Foresman, Ben Cox and Patrick Davis each had a goal.

Brighton ends the regular season at 7 p.m. Wednesday at home against Livonia Churchill before beginning district plays at 6 p.m. Monday at home against South Lyon.

TENNIS

Pinckney 9, South Lyon 0

PINCKNEY — Pinckney’s Jack Powers and Kyler Anderson won at No. 4 doubles to improve their record to 17-4.

Matt Folk and Luke Flickema won a third-set tie-breaker at No. 1 doubles, improving to 15-10.

Fowlerville 7, Lake Odessa Lakewood 1

LAKE ODESSA — Fowlerville’s Shaw Sova beat Caleb Farlee 6-1, 5-7, 6-0 at No. 1 singles. The Gladiators improved to 5-4-1.

VOLLEYBALL

St. Johns Invitational

ST. JOHNS — DeWitt, the fifth-ranked team in Class A, beat Fowlerville 25-9, 25-12 in the championship match.

The Gladiators won their first five matches before losing to DeWitt.

Miranda Prochnow had 105 assists and 67 digs; Leah Ash had 30 kills and 11 blocks; Autumn Barbour had 25 kills; Jackie Jarvis had 20 kills; Grace Wallace had 89 digs; and Michaela Walker had 36 points and 8 aces.