The game was the first in franchise history for the Risers, an independent professional soccer team. The club will open its home schedule next Saturday at 6 p.m. at Reeths-Puffer High School against Dayton.
The Risers will play a 14-game schedule, with 10 games at home.
On Saturday, Detroit’s Javier Ramirez scored both first half goals from close range, at the 20-minute and 35-minute mark.
Jeff McClure scored the first goal in Risers history at the 58 minute mark. The goal came after a throw-in by Titus Koso deep in the Detroit end, which was headed by Tarwo Konbloa and set up McClure,
Detroit added a goal at the 87th minute mark to clinch the victory for the home squad.
Riser goalkeeper Reece Richardson made 11 saves. The game was played in front of 2,487 fans.