Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes advanced to the Catholic League C-D Division championship game with a 12-1 blowout of Royal Oak Shrine in the league semi-finals on Tuesday, May 17.
Abbey Troy hit a triple and a home run for the Lakers while Lauren Robak hit a 2-run home run.
Our Lady was scheduled to face league rival Marine City Cardinal Mooney in the Catholic League C-D Division title game after press time on Monday, May 23 at the University of Detroit-Mercy.
The Lakers will then begin Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) state tournament play in the Rochester Hills-Lutheran Northwest district on Tuesday, May 31.
Walled Lake Central lost five straight games last week, beginning with an 11-7 loss to Huron Valley Milford (10-21) on Monday, May 16.
Kelsey Wolschlager was 3-for-4 at the plate with a home run and three RBIs, while Marnie Hawes had a home run and Sydney Glanz was 2-for-3 with a pair of RBIs.
On Wednesday, May 18, Central suffered two losses to Walled Lake Northern.
The Vikings fell 9-0 and 2-0, as freshman Morgan Meredyk allowed six hits in the second game and struck out four batters; while Wolschlager and Devin Klein each hit a triple.
Central finished the week by losing two games to Farmington on Friday, May 20, falling 12-8 and 8-3.
The Vikings are now 6-18 and finished Kensington Lakes Activities Association (KLAA) North Division play at 2-8.
They played at Huron Valley Milford after press time on Monday, May 23 and will play another KLAA crossover game today, Wednesday, May 25 before beginning MHSAA District play next week at South Lyon.
West Bloomfield played a doubleheader against Rochester Adams on Tuesday, May 17 and was swept.
The Lakers fell in the first game, 4-2.
Allyson Kus allowed four unearned runs on four hits and two walks, and fanned seven batters in a complete game for the Lakers. Catherine Langford went 3-for-4 with three singles and RaeLynn Clark went 2-for-3 with a pair of singles.
West Bloomfield fell in the nightcap, 6-5, as Chloe Kauffman scored the winning run for Adams on an overthrown ball.
Kus allowed three earned runs and three unearned runs on nine hits. She struck out four batters while walking none.
Kus, Emily Lustig, and Lindsay Gill each had three singles for the Lakers.
West Bloomfield was then swept by North Farmington, 16-2 and 13-2 on Wednesday, May 18.
The Lakers are 3-16 overall and 1-9 in the Oakland Activities Association (OAA) Red Division. They will play in the Birmingham Groves district when the MHSAA state tournament begins on Tuesday, May 31.