It’s early in the 2012 boys soccer season, but there is a logjam atop the Kensington Lakes Activities Association (KLAA) North Division.
Walled Lake Northern, the defending North Division champion, is currently tied for first-place with Waterford Kettering. Both teams have four points.
The Knights tied Walled Lake Central, 1-1, on the road on Tuesday, Sept. 4 to open North Division play.
Northern then followed up with a 2-0 victory at home over Walled Lake Western on Saturday, Sept. 8.
Meanwhile, the Captains started their week with a scoreless tie at rival Waterford Mott on Tuesday, Sept. 4 before shutting out Walled Lake Central, 1-0, on Thursday, Sept. 6.
Prior to the loss to Northern last Saturday, Western began its division schedule with a 3-1 victory at Huron Valley Lakeland on Tuesday, Sept. 4 and is currently in third-place in the KLAA North with three points.
Mott currently sits in fourth-place with two points while Central and Lakeland each have one point.
Lakeland fought Mott to a scoreless tie on Wednesday, Sept. 5.
Division play continues this week as matches scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 11 after press time had Northern playing at Lakeland, Mott playing at Central and Kettering playing at Western.
Then tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 13, Lakeland will play at Central, while Northern will be at Kettering and Western will travel to Mott.
Huron Valley Milford is off to a 1-1 start to its KLAA West Division schedule
The Mavericks fell to Brighton on Tuesday, Sept. 4 before rebounding with a 1-0 victory over Howell on Thursday, Sept. 6.
After hosting Grand Blanc yesterday, Tuesday, Sept. 11 after press time, the Mavs will next travel to Pinckney tomorrow, Thursday, Sept. 13.
Orchard Lake St. Mary’s dropped two games this past week to Dearborn Divine Child (4-1) on Sept. 4 and Macomb Lutheran North (2-1) on Sept. 6 to fall to 3-3 on the season.