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Catholic High School League
2022 Softball Championships

Tuesday, May 24, 2022, at University of Detroit Mercy

2022 CHSL Bishop Division Softball Champions: Farmington Hills Mercy

Head coach: Corey Burras  Assistant coaches: Jerry Ashe, Jackie Murphy, Alex Sobczak, Nancy Malinowski

Players: Seniors: Kendall Spivey; Juniors: Katie Kowalyk, Sabrina Shea, Izzy Chaput, Gage Lambert, Olivia McDonnell; Sophomores: Sophia Paluk, Asia Barbato, Kat Burras; Freshmen: Charlie Lambert, Kaitlyn Pallozzi, Evelyn Miller, Meg Kowalyk

Farmington Hills Mercy beats Riverview Gabriel Richard to repeat as Bishop champions

Division 1 No. 6-ranked Farmington Hills Mercy shut out Division 4 No. 4-ranked Riverview Gabriel Richard 7-0 to repeat as Catholic High School League Bishop Division Softball Champions. Freshman Kaitlyn Pallozzi was dominate on the mound and at the plate. She tossed a no-hitter, striking out 18, and walking four. Pallozzi blasted a two-run home run and had three RBI on the day.  Freshman Charlie Lambert had a triple and a two-run home run and scored two runs for Mercy. Junior Izzy Chaput had a double, triple and scored three runs in the victory. > CHSL finals program



> Kaitlyn Pallozzi's no-hitter, homer propel Farmington Hills Mercy to Catholic League title


Thursday, May 19, 2022

Farmington Hills Mercy 1, Ann Arbor Greenhills/Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard 0

Riverview Gabriel Richard 4, Warren Regina 2

Mercy High School, Farmington Hills, Michigan. Catholic College Preparatory School for Young Women.

Tuesday, May 24, 2022, at University of Detroit Mercy

2022 CHSL Cardinal Division Softball Champions: Macomb Lutheran North

Head coach: Duane Anger

Players: Seniors: Alyona Kowalewski, Emma Shannon, Cecilia Schihl, Olivia Dryke, Anna Brouillette, Reagan Ruatto; Juniors: Mia Newton, Alivia Peterson; Sophomores: Sophia Heidrich, Ava Herbst; Freshmen: Claire Shannon, Elizabeth Jones, Katherine Martin, Elise Mantay

Macomb Lutheran North rallies to win CHSL Cardinal Division championship

Macomb Lutheran North rallied with three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to beat Wixom St. Catherine of Siena 6-5 and earn the Catholic High School League Cardinal Division Softball Championship. St. Catherine scored three runs in the fifth and added a run in the top of the seventh to lead 5-3. Lutheran North (25-0) tied the game in the seventh on an RBI single by senior Anna Brouillette. Freshman Katherine Martin drew a bases-loaded walk to score senior Reagan Ruatto for the winning run. Cecila Schihl earned the win on the mound, striking out nine. Senior Olivia Dryke, junior Mia Newton, and senior Cecilia Schihl each singled and scored in the first inning as Lutheran North took a 3-0 lead.


Friday, May 20, 2022

Macomb Lutheran North 6, Bloomfield Hills Marian 2

Wixom St. Catherine of Siena 1, Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Preparatory 0

St. Catherine of Siena Academy, Wixom, Michigan. Intellect   Faith   Leadership   Sisterhood   Community

Past TEAM champions

Bishop Division

Formerly AB Division

2022: Farmington Hills Mercy

2021: Farmington Hills Mercy

2020: No tournament due to pandemic

2019: Warren Regina

2018: Warren Regina

2017: Warren Regina

2016: Farmington Hills Mercy

2015: Warren Regina

2014: Farmington Hills Mercy

2013: Farmington Hills Mercy

2012: Livonia Ladywood

2011: Livonia Ladywood

2010: Allen Park Cabrini




Cardinal Division

Formerly CD Division

2022: Macomb Lutheran North2

2021: Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett1

2020: No tournament due to pandemic

2019: Macomb Lutheran North1

2018: Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes

2017: Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes

2016: Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard

2015: Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes

2014: Wixom St. Catherine of Siena1

2013: Royal Oak Shrine Catholic

2012: Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard

2011: Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes

2010: Marine City Cardinal Mooney




The Reverend John Zwers Award is named in honor of the former Superintendent of Catholic Schools, who has shown a keen interest in fostering equal growth in girls' athletics. This award is presented annually to an outstanding female scholar-athlete in softball.


2020: Chelsea Collins, Riverview Gabriel Richard

2019: Marisa Muglia, Warren Regina

2018: Hannah Davies, Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes

2017: Jessica Munson, Warren Regina

2016: Rebecca Schultz, Marine City Cardinal Mooney

2015: Gina Munson, Warren Regina

2014: Mary Green, Wixom St. Catherine of Siena

2013: Danielle Lozon, Riverview Gabriel Richard Catholic

2012: Kaitlyn Roose, Pontiac Notre Dame Preparatory

2011: Stephanie Karlewski, Pontiac Notre Dame Preparatory

2010: Karyn McCarty, Allen Park Cabrini

2009: Catherine Walker, Dearborn Divine Child

2008: Kara Hammer, Bloomfield Hills Marian

2007: Ashley Shay, Dearborn Divine Child

2006: Jillian Schulz, Livonia Ladywood

2005: Carolyn Siomka, Warren Immaculate Conception

2004: Rosemary Wagner, Harper Woods Regina

2003: Lindsey Calme, Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes

2002: Megan Fediuk, Farmington Hills Mercy

2001: Sarah Lynch, Riverview Gabriel Richard

2000: Michelle Platt, Center Line St. Clement

1999: Angela Veronese, Riverview Gabriel Richard

1998: Kathleen Miller, Redford St. Agatha

1997: Cindy Chapp, Center Line St. Clement

1996: Karen O'Dea, Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes

1995: Colleen Bates, Marine City Cardinal Mooney

1994: Kathryn Bullach, Harper Woods Regina

1993: Katie Heffernan, Farmington Hills Mercy

1992: Amy Skoczylas, Dearborn St. Alphonsus

1991: Beth Wisniewski, Riverview Gabriel Richard

1990: Lisa Bielenda, Livonia Ladywood

1989: Jill Klein, Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes

1988: Annette Bates, Marine City Cardinal Mooney

1987: Amy Kloka, Pontiac Catholic

1986: Sandra Engelhardt, Harper Woods Bishop Gallagher

1985: Mary Kowalewski, Dearborn Divine Child

1984: Mary Costa, Farmington Hills Mercy

1983: Mary Ann Beaton, Wyandotte Mt. Carmel

1982: Anita Shea, Allen Park Cabrini

1981: Patty Maher, Farmington Hills Mercy

1980: Nancy Sulkowski, Detroit St. Andrew

1979: Laura Damiani, Harper Woods Regina

1978: Anne O'Callaghan, Birmingham Marian

1977: Patricia Pepp, Detroit Dominican

1976: Cynthia Bernas, Allen Park Cabrini

1975: Rita McGreevy, Harper Woods Regina