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Sterling Heights

Local teams eliminated in state boys soccer playoffs

October 23, 2013

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The Utica Ford II boys soccer team ends the season with a record of 7-8-4. Pictured is Falcons junior forward Oliver Donoveski, right, during a regular-season match against Fraser.

Several local boys soccer teams saw their seasons come to an end in the 2013 Michigan High School Athletic Association district playoffs.

Sterling Heights Stevenson — 15-1-2 overall and champions of the Macomb Area Conference Red Division — fell 2-1 to still undefeated Troy Athens in a Division 1 district semifinal played Oct. 16 at Athens. The Titans knocked off Troy High 1-0 in a D-1 district quarterfinal played Oct. 14 at Troy High.

Utica Ford II (7-8-4) fell 3-2 to Utica High in a D-1 district semi played Oct. 16 at Athens. Ford knocked off Sterling Heights High 4-1 in a quarterfinal played Oct. 14 at Sterling Heights. The Stallions end the season at 8-9-2.

Sterling Heights Parkway Christian saw its season end in a 6-0 loss to Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest in a D-4 district semifinal match played Oct. 16 at Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett. Parkway drew an opening-round bye. The Eagles end their season at 0-5.

Warren Cousino remained alive in the race for a D-1 district title, as it played Fraser High in a district final played after press time. The Patriots (3-14-2) beat East Detroit and Grosse Pointe North to advance to the final.

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