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PREP ROUNDUP: Chippewa Valley rolls over Ike in MAC Red football

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PREP ROUNDUP: Chippewa Valley rolls over Ike in MAC Red football

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Chippewa Valley's David Ellis looks for running room during the Big Reds' MAC Red Division game against host Eisenhower.

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Grosse Pointe South's Brady McCarron (23) opens the scoring against Warren-Mott in the Blue Devils' 38-0 win in a MAC White Division game.

Chippewa Valley did something on Friday night that it hasn’t done since 2013: beat MAC Red Division rival Eisenhower.

The visiting Big Reds used their potent offense to their advantage, rolling to a 45-24 football win over the Eagles, improving to 3-0 overall and 1-0 in the MAC Red.

“I thought our kids played really hard,” Chippewa Valley coach Scott Merchant said. “We were physical on both sides of the ball. We felt like we left some points on the field in the first half, but we came out in the second half and really got after, cleaning up most of our mistakes.”

Chippewa Valley led 17-14 at halftime, scoring on a 9-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Tommy Schuster to David Ellis, followed by a Schuster to Daniel Stout TD pass covering 22 yards. Niko Kepi added a 31-yard field goal.

Eisenhower's scores in the first half came on an 8-yard run by quarterback Blake Rastigue, and a Rastigue to Ian Kennelly 63-yard scoring strike.

"Blake’s starting to hit the deep ball a little better,” Eisenhower coach Chris Smith said. “He’s a junior and juniors make junior mistakes. I’m proud of him and I’m proud of how our guys played.”

The Big Reds dominated the second half, as Ellis scored on a 2-yard run, before taking a kickoff 89 yards for another score. Ja’Von Kimpson scored on a 2-yard run, before Andre Chenault capped the scoring with a 5-yard burst.

“We had some really good skill kids last year, but we’re a little bit bigger this year,” Merchant said. “We have three good running backs, and last year we were probably a little bit more receiver heavy. This year we’re a little bit stronger at running back.”

Eisenhower's second-half scores came on a 4-yard scoring run by Rastigue, and a 28-yard field goal by Caleb Oyster.

“Chippewa Valley has a good offense and they’re a good team,” Smith said. “They made big plays and we didn’t. It comes down to that.”

Schuster finished the night by completing 11-of-18 passes for 174 yards. Myren Harris led the ground attack with 88 yards on eight carries, while Chenault added 45 yards on 13 rushes.

“We have a three-year starter back there at quarterback and he makes everything else a lot eas ier,” Merchant said. “The last time we beat Ike was in 2013 and we’ve had some great games with them. They had our number and it’s nice to get that monkey off our back.”

Eisenhower, which fell to 1-2 overall, 0-1 league, was led by Rastigue, who completed 12-of 24 passes for 225 yards. Oyster led the ground attack with 61 yards on 13 carries.

MARINE CITY 41, CLINTONDALE 14

Colby Walker passed for two touchdowns to lead Marine City, which improved to 2-0 in the MAC Silver.

SOUTH LAKE 48, MARYSVILLE 16

Jerimyah Vines had 263 all-purpose yards and scored three touchdowns to lead host South Lake. Josh Bogan completed eight of 17 passes for 283 yards and four touchdowns, including two to Marquez Trussel and one to Tyler Waters.

DAKOTA 49, ANCHOR BAY 27

Mark Tocco completed 11 of 13 passes for 331 yards and four touchdowns, including two to Brandon Michalak, as Dakota won at home. Dustin Solomon rushed 17 times for 203 yards and t wo scores for the Cougars. DJ Stepney ran for a touchdown and Ross Lewalski and Richie Dunford caught a TD pass apiece as the Cougars improved to 1-0 and 3-0 with 678 yards of total offense.

BROWN CITY 42, MEMPHIS 0

Memphis dropped a second consecutive game and is 1-2 for the season.

CENTER LINE 37, CLAWSON 19

By George, the young man had quite a Talley on defense.

George Talley led the Panthers with 12 tackles, three sacks and a fumble recovery. The Center Line defense had three turnovers capped by a 40-yard interception by Eriarion Stephenson.

Quarterback Nick Hastings completed five of eight passes for 105 yards. Among those was a 47-yard touchdown pass to Jayden Davis.

The Panthers (1-0 MAC Bronze, 2-1 overall) rushed for 205 yards. It was a combined effort by D’iante Taylor, Domonic Hughes and Hastings.

FORD 34, UTICA 6

All is Wells that ends Wells.

Or something like that.

The Falcons’ Alex Wells score d a pair of rushing touchdowns. Taveon Thompson made four catches for 43 yards and a score. Joey Sorgi had two catches for 20 yards and an interception.

Defensively, Austin Mayer led the Falcons with 10 tackles. Collin Toon returned an interception 67 yards for a touchdown.

GENESEE 8, MERRITT ACADEMY 6

We wuz Robbed!

Coach Rob Girvin’s Merritt Mustangs continue to play outstanding defense. Davon Deshazo made 11 tackles, while Trevor Wilson had eight stops and Brandon Mason made seven tackles.

Deshazo carried the ball eight times for 68 yards and a touchdown. Manny McBride had 27 rushes for 114 yards.

MICHIGAN COLLEGIATE 54, RIVERVIEW GABRIEL RICHARD 7

Six different players scored for the Cougars. Quarterback Darius Love rushed for 122 yards and a pair of scores. Trachon Adams gained 132 yards and scored two touchdowns.

Defensive standouts included Travon Daniel, Jamiere Cannon and Demarco Black.

Michigan Collegiate (3-0) we lcomes Harper Woods next week.

MADISON 20, ST. CLAIR 7

The Long and short of it: He was dominating.

Madison’s Adam Long made 15 tackles for the undefeated Eagles. Kaylon Jackson finished with 10 tackles and three sacks. John Patton made 12 stocks. Chauncey Ernest had nine tackles and a pair of sacks. Antonio Hailey made eight tackles and recorded a sack. Anthony Fuller was credited with six tackles and a sack. James Hill had six tackles and returned an interception 67 yards.

Quarterback Austin Brown completed nine of 24 passes for 170 yards and a touchdown. He also rushed for 45 yards and two scores. Anthony Owens caught a 65-yard touchdown pass.

WARREN WOODS-TOWER 55, L’ANSE CREUSE 8

After WWT junior Henry Brown graduates, he might consider a career in real estate.

A running back, his real estate acquisitions Friday night totaled 250 yards on just 12 carries. He scored two touchdowns.

Senior quarterback Matt Bills had 13 carries for 235 yards and a handful of scores.

Defensively, Joel Radvansky led the way with 15 tackles for the Titans (1-0, 3-0).

PARKWAY CHRISTIAN 61, LUTHERAN NORTHWEST 21

Julian Davis and Robert Thompson chewed up more yards than a couple of hungry Labs looking for steak bones.

Davis had 25 carries for 316 yards. His touchdowns measured 75, 48, 41 and one yard.

Thompson had 18 carries for 213 yards. He scored on jaunts of 77, 10 and one yard.

Thompson also completed two of his three passes for 47 yards and a touchdown.

John Stricker had a 38-yard touchdown catch and an interception. Bryce Perko made a goal-line interception, a fumble recovery and seven tackles. DeNarie Sharp made nine stops and blocked a PAT.

Parkway Christian is 1-0 in the MIAC, 3-0 overall. Lutheran Northwest is 0-1, 0-3.

The Eagles welcome Lutheran Westland next week.

Soccer

COUSINO 3, ANCHOR BAY 0

Endri Haxhui scored two goals and A mer Karic one for Cousino.

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