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High School Sports Roundup for May 10, 2013

Updated: June 13, 2013 6:57PM



Baseball

No. 3 St. Laurence 2, Oak Forest 1: Rob Gutierrez (unearned run) scattered five hits over five innings and Mike Kornacker hit an RBI single to carry host St. Laurence (21-6). Brad Wood chipped in an RBI groundout for the Vikings.

No. 4 Lockport 2, Lincoln-Way Central 1: Evan Martens fired a four-hitter and struck out eight to pace visiting Lockport (20-6, 9-3) in the SouthWest Suburban Blue. Brad Bass (3-hitter, 10 strikeouts) pitched a complete game for Lincoln-Way Central (12-11, 6-6) and scored on a third-inning groundout by Sean Barry.

No. 5 Lemont 13, Reavis 9: Jake Latz and Jake Terrazas hit two-run singles in the top of the 12th to make Lemont (16-4, 15-1) a winner in the South Suburban crossover. The contest was the continuation of a game from April 30, when darkness halted play after 11 innings with the score tied at 9.

No. 7 Sandburg 6, Lincoln-Way East 2: Dan Santiago’s two-run single and three RBI aided visiting Sandburg (19-6, 8-4) in the SouthWest Suburban Blue. Austin Cangelosi and Ryan Trokey tacked on two runs apiece for the Eagles in backing Bryan Pall, who struck out six in pitching a complete game. Ryan Weitendorf and Tommy Fuessel hit back-to-back RBI doubles for Lincoln-Way East (15-10, 5-7).

No. 9 Rich Central 12, Illiana Christian 9: Nolan Bullock clubbed a grand slam with one out in the eighth to lift Rich Central (21-3) in Olympia Fields. It was Bullock’s second game-ending grand slam of the week.

Lincoln-Way West 11, Thornton 0: Dan Brokop (2-for-2) and Connor Hogan (1-for2) each had two runs and two RBI for host Lincoln-Way West (18-8, 8-4) in the SouthWest Suburban Red. John Saffrahn (7 strikeouts) hurled a one-hitter for the Warriors in the five-inning contest.

Providence 8, Aurora Central Catholic 7: Craig Dankovich singled home Dylan Rosa with two outs in the bottom of the seventh to win it for Providence (11-16). Cam Galgano (3-for-4) and Mike Madej (2-for-3) added two RBI apiece for the Celtics.

Crete-Monee 9, Bloom 5: Donte Richie smashed a three-run double and Jake Bishop (3-for-3) scored three times to vault visiting Crete-Monee (19-4, 12-1) in the Southland. Josh Hojnicki (2-for-3) contributed a run and two RBI for Bloom.

Stagg 10, Thornridge 2: Max Strus (4-for-5, 3 runs) doubled three times and drove in three runs to steer visiting Stagg (12-17, 8-4) in the SouthWest Suburban Red. Brett Stratinsky (2-for-4, 2 runs) added a solo homer for the Chargers.

Shepard 5, Chicago Christian 2: Jeremy Dryier (2-for-3, 2 runs) and Adam Samad each had two RBI to lead host Shepard (14-12). Jack Garetto (5 innings) earned the win after allowing one earned run on four hits.

Bolingbrook 2, Homewood-Flossmoor 1: Michael Kendrick’s groundout scored Jesse Forestell with the run for host Homewood-Flossmoor (12-12, 6-6). Vikings pitcher Isaac Cutrara surrendered one unearned run on two hits through six innings.

Softball

No. 4 Lincoln-Way West 13, Thornwood 1: Sam Magruder (4-for-4) doubled, homered and had five RBI to lead host Lincoln-Way West (22-4, 10-1) in the five-inning SouthWest Suburban Red affair.

Homewood-Flossmoor 2, No. 5 Lincoln-Way East 1: Quadrea Allen belted a home run and Angela Roberts smashed an RBI single to lift host Homewood-Flossmoor (5-16, 4-8) in the SouthWest Suburban Blue. Meagan Donermeyer gave up five hits and struck out seven in pitching a complete game for the Vikings. Nikki Jarrell had an RBI single for Lincoln-Way East (15-5, 9-3) to back Sarah Esposito, who surrendered four hits and fanned five in going the route.

No. 6 Andrew 5, Bradley 1: Hannah Thielmann struck out four in firing a no-hitter for host Andrew (21-6, 10-2). Jenna Lenza hit a two-run homer for the Thunderbolts and Kelly Christner (2-for-4, 2 runs, 2 RBI) added a solo shot in the SouthWest Suburban Red.

No. 7 Lockport 9, Bolingbrook 1: Carly Dundee pitched a complete game (4 strikeouts) and Kelly Pattison (3-for-3, run) scored three runs to propel visiting Lockport (19-10, 10-2) in the SouthWest Suburban Blue. Emma Carter (3-for-4, run) and Ashley London tacked on two RBI apiece for the Porters.

No. 8 Lincoln-Way North 12, Thornridge 0: Alyssa Becker (7-2) went the distance (6 strikeouts) and Sam Pietruszynski (3-for-4, run) had three RBI to spark visiting Lincoln-Way North (16-6, 11-1) in the SouthWest Suburban Red. Anne Allen (2-for-3) added two runs and two RBI for the Phoenix in the five-inning tilt.

No. 10 Lemont 3, Beecher 2: Carly Jaworski (2 unearned runs, 6 strikeouts) pitched a complete game and also had an RBI double to spur visiting Lemont (19-4). Beecher fell to 24-6.

Richards 4, Evergreen Park 3: Molly Pohrebny’s RBI single in the bottom of the fifth enabled Richards (17-5, 17-2) to capture its third consecutive South Suburban Red championship.

Sandburg 17, Joliet Central 0: Katie Krzus (3-for-3, 4 runs, 5 RBI) and Cierra Adamus (2-for-4, 2 runs, 4 RBI) hit three-run homers to power host Sandburg (14-12, 7-5) in the SouthWest Suburban Blue. Caroline Kuzel tossed a one-hitter and struck out seven for the Eagles.

Reavis 6, Bloom 3: Maryssa Meskill (2-for-3) had two RBI and Jamie Harcar (4-6) threw a four-hitter to show the way for host Reavis (11-13).

Shepard 2, Plainfield South 1: Pinch-hitter Dominique Tanchez doubled in Stephanie Brand to cap a two-run rally in the top of the seventh for Shepard (18-6).

Joliet West 7, Lincoln-Way Central 1: Ashley Evans (2-for-3) hit a first-inning RBI single for host Lincoln-Way Central (11-12, 6-6). Gabbie Boerema also had two hits for the Knights in the SouthWest Suburban Blue.

T.F. South 5, Eisenhower 1: Devin Pieper pitched a three-hitter and struck out 10 to lead visiting T.F. South (12-11, 9-9) in the South Suburban crossover.

Nazareth 3-6, Marian Catholic 2-5: Alex Nickel (2-for-4, double) had two RBI and Allison Spence (earned run, 5-hitter) struck out seven to lead visiting Marian Catholic (14-13, 6-10) in Game 1 of the East Suburban Catholic doubleheader. Carlee Wisniewski starred for the Spartans in the finale, going 3-for-4 with a two-run double.

Girls Soccer

Class 1A Queen of Peace Regional

Queen of Peace 7, Lindblom 0: Nina Izzo netted two goals for Queen of Peace in the championship.

Boys Water Polo

Lincoln-Way North Sectional

Homewood-Flossmoor 16, Bradley 9: Kevin Kuchta scored seven goals for Homewood-Flossmoor in the semifinal. Broc Thompson and Mike Mitchell added hat tricks for the Vikings. Lockport beat Lincoln-Way North 9-7 in the other semifinal.

Girls Water Polo

Lincoln-Way North Sectional

Lincoln-Way Central 15, Lincoln-Way East 6: Danijela Jackovich totaled six goals and nine steals to put Lincoln-Way Central into the championship. Liz Klock added four goals and four assists for the Knights. In the second semifinal, Lincoln-Way North edged Lockport 7-5.

Girls Track & Field

Class 1A Seneca Sectional: Seton won the 400-meter relay (50.94 seconds) and 800 relay (1 minute, 51.27 seconds) in finishing third (58 points) behind Seneca (167) and Indian Creek (84) among the eight scoring teams. Mykel Adams added second-place showings in the 100 (13.15), 200 (27.11) and 400 (1:02.23) for the Sting. Beecher’s Joanna Banasiak won the discus (105 feet, 8 inches).

Class 3A Lyons Sectional: Wins by Brianna Driver in the long jump (17-8) and Kat Kingsbury in the 100 (13.02) staked Mother McAuley (91.40) to a second-place showing. The Mighty Macs also produced the top foursomes in the 400 relay (50.21) and 800 relay (1:46.60). Remaining event winners included Reavis’ Paulina Gal in the discus (111-3) and Richards’ Kyla Jimmar in the 200 (26.41). Lyons (226) won the team championship.

Boys Gymnastics

State Meet: Wheaton Warrenville co-op (161.650) won the team title and also produced the all-around champion in David McDonald, who posted a score of 56.300 over six events at Lincoln-Way East. Brent Schneider (48.200), of Lincoln-Way co-op, was 22nd.

Contributing: Josh Krockey



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