Pontiac Notre Dame Prep used power and pitching to sweep a doubleheader from Algonac on Saturday.
In the first game, Mark Marrone tossed five innings allowing five hits and striking out two for his fifth win of the season.
Jake DePillo and Ben Mancini each had three hits in the 14-3 victory.
Adam Burnick and Patrick Bridges combined to no-hit Algonac 4-3 in the nightcap.
Burdick went the first four innings allowing three unearned runs and striking out eight. Bridges pitched three scoreless innings to pick up the win.
Notre Dame down 3-1 in sixth, scored four runs on a double by Jake DePillo, a bases-loaded walk to Will Mullins and a winning sacrifice fly by Mike Mclean.
Notre Dame improves to 18-10-1.
Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook 4, Clarkston 2: Matt Thelen pitched a four-hitter, allowing one run and striking out nine, and Spencer Applebaum had two hits and an RBI for Cranbrook (13-18-2). Clarkston is 13-13.
Farmington 6, Plymouth 5: Ryan Coucke singled in the winning run in the sixth inning.
Farmington 12, Canton 10: Ryan Coucke had two hits and three RBIs.
Farmington 2, Salem 1 (8 innings): Elliott Edsall pitched four scoreless innings of relief for Farmington (20-14).
Walled Lake Northern 8, Livonia Churchill 1: Andrew Simon went five innings with six strikeouts for the win and Scott Zychowski went 2-for-4 with an RBI for Northern (20-5). Nate Guzowski had a hit and an RBI for Chuchill (13-11).
Gerry Opalinski is a freelance writer; Detroit News staff contributed.