Scoreboard: AAGR wins at Williamston
May 3, 2012
Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard emerged from a exceptional field including some of the highest-ranked soccer teams from Division 2 and 3 on Saturday at the Williamston Invitational.
The Fighting Irish, ranked No. 6 in Division 3, beat the No. 3 Hornets in a shootout in the championship game after advancing with a 1-0 win over No. 8 Detroit Country Day and a shootout victory over top-ranked Flint Powers Catholic.
Williamston downed honorable mention Frankenmuth 2-0 and then Division 2 No. 5 Plainwell 4-0 to advance to the final. Plainwell was No. 1 in its division in last week's state coaches poll.
Powers also beat Plainwell during the tournament, 4-2.
Click here for Second Half's preview of the event, which focused on the host Hornets' loaded schedule this spring. Below are the scores of all nine games from the event:
Championship game: Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard 0, Williamston 0; AAGR wins in shootout
Williamston 2, Frankenmuth 0
Williamston 4, Plainwell 0
AAGR 0, Flint Powers, 0; AAGR wins in shootout
AAGR 1, Detroit Country Day 0
Flint Powers 3, Detroit Country Day 1
Flint Powers 4, Plainwell 2
Plainwell 4, Frankenmuth 0
Frankenmuth 0, DCD 0; Frankenmuth wins in shootout
PHOTO: Gabriel Richard's Alexis Warner (23) works for possession against Williamston's Amanda Dimmer (12) during Saturday's Williamston Invitational championship game. (Photo courtesy of Bonnie Putnam and Williamston soccer.)
Performance of the Week: Northville's Helena McLellan
June 2, 2023
Helena McLellan ♦ Northville
Junior ♦ Soccer
McLellan, a standout midfielder, scored twice in Northville's 3-0 win over Belleville on May 22 to clinch the overall Kensington Lakes Activities Association championship. The Mustangs earned the opportunity to play in that game by claiming the KLAA West title with an 11-0-3 record, and they're 15-0-4 heading into Saturday's Division 1 District Final against Livonia Stevenson.
An accomplished club soccer player, McLellan chose to compete for her high school team this spring for the first time and helped Northville to a No. 2 ranking at the end of the regular season after the Mustangs finished Division 1 runner-up a year ago. Belleville was ranked No. 8 in the final coaches association poll, and McLellan followed up her goals against the Tigers with another in Northville's 3-1 District Semifinal win over Farmington Hills Mercy on Wednesday.
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PHOTO Northville's Helena McLellan steps into a kick during a May 9 draw with Hartland. (Photo by Chris Mudd/National Photo Scout.)