Carly Schwinke, Canton, soccer
What She Did: Facing two of the tops teams on her team’s schedule (Brighton and Grand Blanc), Schwinke scored the game winning goal against the Bulldogs and tallied an assist in a tie versus Grand Blanc.
Amelia Price, Milford, softball
What She Did: Price put on a show last week. She went 8-for-14 (.571) at the plate with three singles, three doubles and two home runs with one being a grand slam. She tacked on two walks and recorded a total of seven RBIs in Milford’s undefeated week.
Jacob Grant, Garden City, baseball
What He Did: Grant was phenomenal on the mound against Detroit Country Day, pitching a complete game shutout (seven innings), allowing only three hits. Garden City took home a 1-0 win to improve to 15-1 on the season. Grant is 5-0 as a pitcher this year.
Ian Smith, Plymouth, golf
What He Did: Plymouth’s golf team as a whole was outstanding last week, winning the KLAA pre-season tournament with a total score of 294. Smith was the team’s top performer, shooting a 72 which put him tied for third overall in the conference.
Ben Shuart, Northville, track and field
What He Did: Shuart was part of the team that broke the 400 meter relay stadium record record for Northville. He also set personal bests in the 110 and 300 meter hurdles with times of 15.51 and 41.38, respectively, against Howell. At the Spartan Classic at Michigan State, he won the 110 meter high hurdles in a time of 15.70 and also took second in the 400 relay.