Our 10 favorite photos as Forest Hills Central beats Bloomfield Hills Marian for Division 2 soccer championship

EAST LANSING, MI -- Forest Hills Central is the MHSAA Division 2 girls soccer champions for 2022. Lead by seniors Theryn Hallock and Stella Sutton, who each scored a goal, the Forest Hills Central Rangers beat the Bloomfield Hills Marian Mustangs 2-1 at the DeMartin Soccer Complex at Michigan State University on Saturday, June 18. Scroll down to see our 10 favorite photos from the game or click into the gallery above to see all of the photos. You can order prints of any of these photos by clicking the “Buy photo” button in the caption of every photo. Forest Hills Central’s Lauren Koczenasz (13) battles for the ball during the D2 girls soccer championships at the DeMartin Soccer Field on June 18, 2022.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.comBloomfield Hills Marian’s Isa Agrusso slides in front of the goalie during the D2 girls soccer championships at the DeMartin Soccer Field on June 18, 2022.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.comBloomfield Hills Marian after their loss to Forest Hills Central during the D2 girls soccer championships at the DeMartin Soccer Field on June 18, 2022.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.comForest Hills Central’s Theryn Hallock (23) speeds past a Bloomfield Hills Marian defender during the D2 girls soccer championships at the DeMartin Soccer Field on June 18, 2022.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.comForest Hills Central’s Maggie Her (12) battles for the ball during the D2 girls soccer championships at the DeMartin Soccer Field on June 18, 2022.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.comBloomfield Hills Marian after their loss to Forest Hills Central during the D2 girls soccer championships at the DeMartin Soccer Field on June 18, 2022.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.comForest Hills Central fans celebrate after their victory over Bloomfield Hills Marian during the D2 girls soccer championships at the DeMartin Soccer Field on June 18, 2022.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.comForest Hills Central celebrate after their victory over Bloomfield Hills Marian during the D2 girls soccer championships at the DeMartin Soccer Field on June 18, 2022.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.comForest Hills Central’s Lauren Koczenasz (13) and Bloomfield Hills Marian’s Caroline Flynn battle for the ball during the D2 girls soccer championships at the DeMartin Soccer Field on June 18, 2022.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.com

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Our 10 favorite photos as Forest Hills Central tops Detroit Country Day in Division 2 boys lacrosse championship

ANN ARBOR, MI --Forest Hills Central hosted Detroit Country Day at Howell-Parker Middle School on Saturday, June 11 in the MHSAA Division 2 lacrosse championship. Starting off down 3 goals, the Forest Hills Central Rangers climbed back to win 11-8. Led by attacker Jonah McConnell with four goals, Forest Hills Central took home the championship in front of a roaring home crowd. Scroll down to see our favorite images from the game or click into the gallery above to see all images from the championship game. Forest Hills Central's Miles Duiven battles for a ball during the D2 lacrosse finals matchup between Forest Hill and Detroit Country Day on June 11, 2022 at Howell-Parker Middle School.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.comForest HIlls Central's Jonah McConnell takes a hit during the D2 lacrosse finals matchup between Forest Hill and Detroit Country Day on June 11, 2022 at Howell-Parker Middle School.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.comDetroit Country Day's Caiden Ramos dodges a defender during the D2 lacrosse finals matchup between Forest Hill and Detroit Country Day on June 11, 2022 at Howell-Parker Middle School.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.comForest Hills Central celebrates after winning during the D2 lacrosse finals matchup between Forest Hill and Detroit Country Day on June 11, 2022 at Howell-Parker Middle School.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.comDetroit Country Day's Caden Daley fumbles during the D2 lacrosse finals matchup between Forest Hill and Detroit Country Day on June 11, 2022 at Howell-Parker Middle School.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.comDetroit Country Day's Nicholas Voultos takes the ball upfield during the D2 lacrosse finals matchup between Forest Hill and Detroit Country Day on June 11, 2022 at Howell-Parker Middle School.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.comForest Hills Central celebrates after winning during the D2 lacrosse finals matchup between Forest Hill and Detroit Country Day on June 11, 2022 at Howell-Parker Middle School.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.comForest Hills Central celebrates after winning during the D2 lacrosse finals matchup between Forest Hill and Detroit Country Day on June 11, 2022 at Howell-Parker Middle School.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.comForest Hills Central's John Henry Foster takes a shot during the D2 lacrosse finals matchup between Forest Hill and Detroit Country Day on June 11, 2022 at Howell-Parker Middle School.Ryan Sun | rsun@mlive.com

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Check out Metro Detroit softball region tournament scores from Saturday, June 11

Scores are reported through the MHSAA. To add your missing score, email japurcell@mlive.com or tag @JaredPurcellDET on Twitter with the results. Stats from the game are accepted too. DIVISION 1D1 Region 4Dexter 5, Novi 3South Lyon 15, Ypsilanti Lincoln 0-South Lyon 15, Dexter 0D1 Region 5Woodhaven 12, Livonia Stevenson 5Allen Park 8, Garden City 6-Allen Park 12, Brownstown Woodhaven 2D1 Region 6St. Clair Shores Lakeview 16, Berkley 6Farmington Hills Mercy 4, Grosse Pointe North 1-Farmington Hills Mercy 10, St Clair Shores Lakeview 0D1 Region 7Rochester Adams 2, Lake Orion 1Walled Lake Northern 13, North Farmington 0-Walled Lake Northern 1, Rochester Adams 0D1 Region 8New Baltimore Anchor Bay 8, Sterling Heights Stevenson 6Macomb Dakota 9, Warren Regina 5-Macomb Dakota 13, New Baltimore Anchor Bay 2DIVISION 2D2 Region 13Flat Rock 8, Dearborn Divine Child 1Trenton 5, Milan 3-Trenton 6, Flat Rock 0D2 Region 14Detroit Mumford 30, Detroit Cesar Chavez Academy 19Center Line 16, Harper Woods 0-Center Line 16, Detroit Mumford 0D2 Region 15St. Clair 12, Macomb Lutheran North 2Detroit Country Day 7, Imlay City 1-Detroit Country Day 3, St Clair 0DIVISION 3D3 Region 22Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett 17, Detroit Edison 0Algonac 18, Canton Prep 0-Algonac 16, Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett 0DIVISION 4D4 Region 31Orchard Lake St Mary’s 12, Westland Huron Valley Lutheran 1Riverview Gabriel Richard 12, Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest 0-Riverview Gabriel Richard 4, Orchard Lake St Mary’s 1

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See every Ann Arbor-area all-state track and field athlete from state finals

ANN ARBOR – There were multiple Ann Arbor-area track and field athletes who had impressive performances during the state finals on Saturday. Dozens of athletes earned all-state honors by finishing in the Top 8 of each event. See which athletes from the area who finished with all-state honors below. --BOYSDexter’s Cole Sheldon finished third in the boys pole vault during the MHSAA division 1 track and field finals at Rockford High School in Rockford, Michigan on Saturday June 4, 2022. (Joel Bissell | MLive.com)Joel Bissell | MLive.comDIVISION 1100 DashCole Cabana, Dexter (11.00; 3rd place)Braxton Brann, Ann Arbor Huron (11.00; 4th place)200 DashBraxton Brann, Ann Arbor Huron (21.87; 2nd place)Melik Williams, Ypsilanti Lincoln (21.91; 3rd place)800 RunJason Whitton, Saline (1:54.81; 6th place)1600 RunOwen Johnson, Ann Arbor Pioneer (4:11.95; 6th place)110 HurdlesMelik Williams, Ypsilanti Lincoln (14.29; 2nd place)400 RelaySaline – Ethan Nelson, Joshua Rush, Caden Wiston, Larry Robinson (42.92; 7th place)800 RelaySaline (1:29.64; 7th place)3200 RelaySaline – Jason Whitton, James Harrison, Stewart Berryhill, Andrew McNally (7:51.19; 2nd place)Ann Arbor Skyline – Christopher Van Lent, Sajay Rao, Aidan Hale, Nicolas Fry (7:56.26; 8th place)Pole VaultCole Sheldon, Dexter (15-06.00; 3rd place)Dolan Gonzales, Saline (15-00.00; 5th place)Clark Sheldon, Dexter (13-06.00; 8th place)--DIVISION 23200Connell Alford, Chelsea (9:20.32; 3rd place)High JumpEthan Budd, Milan (6-06; 3rd place)--GIRLSDexter’s Sophia Mettes finished first place in girls pole vault with a height of 13 feet during the MHSAA division 1 track and field finals at Rockford High School in Rockford, Michigan on Saturday June 4, 2022.

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Check out Metro Detroit girls soccer district scores from Wednesday, May 25

Scores are reported through the MHSAA. To add your missing score, email japurcell@mlive.com or tag @JaredPurcellDET on Twitter with the results. Stats from the game are accepted too. DIVISION 1Berkley 8, Warren Mott 0Canton 8, Westland John Glenn 0Dearborn Heights Crestwood 2, Dearborn Edsel Ford 1Detroit Western 5, Detroit Cass Tech 0Farmington 4, Walled Lake Western 1Farmington Hills Mercy 6, North Farmington 0Fraser 8, Warren Cousino 0Grosse Pointe South 3, Dearborn Fordson 0Harrison Township L’Anse Creuse 3, Port Huron Northern 0Milford 5, Howell 0Monroe 1, Wyandotte Roosevelt 0Novi 7, Southfield Arts & Technology 0Plymouth 4, Livonia Franklin 0Rochester Adams 1, Utica Ford 0Salem 2, Livonia Churchill 0South Lyon 3, Brighton 2Sterling Heights Stevenson 9, Sterling Heights 1Troy 2, Birmingham Groves 0Warren Woods Tower 7, Roseville 0Waterford Mott 6, West Bloomfield 0DIVISION 2Allen Park 5, Southgate Anderson 0Auburn Hills Avondale 1, Holly 0New Boston Huron 2, Gibraltar Carlson 0Riverview 15, River Rouge 0South Lyon East 8, Carleton Airport 0DIVISION 3Algonac 8, St Clair Shores South Lake 0Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard 6, Clawson 3Center Line 8, Warren Fitzgerald 0Dearborn Advanced Tech Academy 4, Dearborn Heights Star International 3Dundee 2, Romulus Summit Academy North 0Grosse Ile 15, Taylor Prep 0DIVISION 4Auburn Hills Oakland Christian 8, Brighton Charyl Stockwell Prep 0Lutheran Westland 2, Riverview Gabriel Richard 0New Haven 6, Capac 1Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest 9, Southfield Christian 1

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