Updated: April 24, 2014 6:28AM
Class 4A Championship
Young 46, Benet 44: Miles Reynolds’s game-best 19 points led Young (28-5) at Carver Arena in Peoria. Colin Bonnett scored 12 points for Benet (25-8) and Collin Pellettieri had 11.
Class 4A Third Place
Stevenson 70, Edwardsville 63: Jalen Brunson totaled 18 points and seven rebounds to pace a balanced attack for Stevenson (32-2). Connor Cashaw scored 17 points for the Patriots, Matt Morrissey had 16 and Matt Johnson added 10. Trevor Clay, of Edwardsville (30-4), led all players with 21 points and eight rebounds. The Tigers also received 16 points from Sean Roundtree and 15 from Armon Fletcher.
Class 3A Third Place
Orr 55, Rockford Lutheran 45: Louis Adams scored 23 points and grabbed seven rebounds to boost Orr (25-5) at Carver Arena. Darryl Curry tacked on 11 points for the Spartans. Nate Wieting (11 rebounds) and Joseph Kellen had 12 points each for Rockford Lutheran (30-5).
St. Rita 10, Reavis 0: Jake Shepski (3-for-3) doubled and knocked in four runs to key St. Rita (2-0) in the five-inning game. Mustangs pitcher C.J. Santoyo struck out seven in four hitless innings.
St. Rita 11, Morton 1: Nick Goldsmith hit a three-run homer to power St. Rita in its season opener. Tyler Halas added three hits and three RBI for the Mustangs in the five-inning contest.
Marian Catholic 11, Mesa (Ariz.) Mountain View 5: Andrew Whitehead contributed a two-run single and three RBI for visiting Marian Catholic (1-0). Chris Baker (3-for-4) chipped in two runs and an RBI for the Spartans.
Illinois Lutheran 10, Louisville Whitefield 4: Sam Geraci (3-for-4) registered two doubles and two RBI to pace visiting Illinois Lutheran (3-0).
Illinois Lutheran 13, Louisville Holy Cross 1: Collin Borns (3-for-4) knocked in three runs and Grant Farmer (7 strikeouts) tossed a complete game for Illinois Lutheran in its first contest of the day.
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Lemont 10, Ridgewood 1: Ryan Folliard (2-for-3, 2 runs) had a two-run single and three RBI to key Lemont (2-0) in downstate Jacksonville. Austin Tittle, Sean Sublette and Nate Broskovetz combined on a four-hitter for the Indians.
T.F. South 12, Johnsburg 2: James Macklin (2-for-3, 3 runs, 4 RBI) and Louis Reynolds (2-for-3, 3 runs, 3 RBI) were the standouts offensively for T.F. South (1-1) in the six-inning game.
Carmel 4, Brother Rice 3: Kevin Biondic doubled twice and scored a run for Brother Rice (2-1). Kevin Sullivan added an RBI for the Crusaders in their second game of the day.
Brother Rice 10, Morris 0: Erich Lieser (3-for-4) hit an inside-the-park grand slam and a three-run double to lead Brother Rice in the five-inning game.
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Princeville 12, Chicago Christian 1: Madison Riemersma’s sacrifice bunt scored Davina Gutierrez with the run for Chicago Christian (0-2) in Jacksonville.
Normal West 2, Lincoln-Way Central 1: Paige Proctor scored off an assist from Sarah Ortman to pace host Lincoln-Way Central (0-1).
Windy City Ram Classic
Fenwick 1, Lincoln-Way West 0: Nora Madden’s goal and 10 saves from Lexi Rodriguez enabled Fenwick (3-0) to advance to the semifinal. Lincoln-Way West slipped to 2-1.
Shepard 2, Homewood-Flossmoor 0: Sisters Christina and Tiffani Kotas netted goals for Shepard (2-1) in the championship bracket.
Providence 3, Addison Trail 0: Kyleigh Maday posted a goal and an assist for Providence (2-1) in the championship bracket. Sadie Land and Regan Flaherty also scored for the Celtics.
Lincoln-Way East 2, Reavis 1 (OT): Goals by Jill Kilrea and Stephani Cetera propelled Lincoln-Way East (2-1) in the consolation quarterfinal. Celeste Lara had the goal for Reavis (1-2).
Marian Catholic 1, Bremen 0: Adriana Arriaga’s goal helped put Marian Catholic (2-1) into the consolation semifinal round. Sarah Sieracki made four saves for the Spartans.
Beecher 2, Richards 0: Eve Stolzenbach and Sarah Goers scored for Beecher (1-2).
Oak Lawn 2, Solorio 1: Marlene Martinez and Juliet Torres provided goals to carry Oak Lawn (1-2).
Illiana Christian 5, Providence 0: Kent Pitsenberger (No. 1) and James Zandstra (No. 2) recorded singles wins for host Illiana Christian (1-0).
Boys Water Polo
Hinsdale South Invitational
Andrew 16, Hinsdale South 4: Eric Tamulonis racked up four goals and four assists to steer Andrew in the championship. Tim Yara added 11 saves and three assists for the Thunderbolts, who also beat St. Charles East 18-0 and Morton 17-2.
St. Rita 16, Lincoln-Way West 7: Eric Johnson netted six goals and Dan Sliazas scored five to catapult St. Rita in the third-place match. Jake Carlson’s five goals were the most for Lincoln-Way West.
Girls Water Polo
Naperville Central Invitational
Naperville Central 9, Mother McAuley 8: Jessica Fox’s goal with nine seconds remaining was the difference for Naperville Central in the championship. Clare Bryar and Fran Williamson scored hat tricks for Mother McAuley, which advanced to the title round by defeating Fremd 10-4.
Homewood-Flossmoor 3, Fremd 2: Megan Dunlavy scored twice and Amber Barney once for Homewood-Flossmoor in the third-place match. Dunlavy also put in four goals in the Vikings’ first match of the day, an 8-4 victory over St. Charles East.
St. Charles North Invitational
St. Charles North 11, Andrew 6: Megan Hofer’s four goals were the most for Andrew in the final. Earlier, the Thunderbolts bested Maine West 9-7 and Buffalo Grove 6-5 as Hofer totaled six goals and Anna Tamulonis made 12 saves.
Boys Indoor Track & Field
Argo Invitational: No team scores were provided for the five-team meet, which included Richards, Reavis, Oak Lawn and Eisenhower. Argo’s Giovanni Young won the 200-meter dash (23.86 seconds) and triple jump (42 feet, 2 inches), while teammate Tavaris Gould prevailed in the 55-meter hurdles (9.0 seconds) and pole vault (11 feet). Ricky Owens, of Richards, won the 55-meter dash (6.67) in addition to helping the Bulldogs place first in the 4x160 relay (1 minute, 16.46 seconds). Reavis’ Robert Centeno won the 400 (54.80) and Oak Lawn’s Luis Garcia was best in the mile run (4:45.08).
Armer Invitational: Crete-Monee’s Elijah Douglas set a meet record in winning the 60-meter hurdles (8.25) and Lincoln-Way North’s Julian Hylton captured first place in the 60 dash (6.95) with an effort that equaled a meet standard. Crete-Monee (45) was the top local squad, tying for fourth place in the 28-team meet at the University of Illinois. Bloom (44) finished sixth behind victories from James Harriel in the 400 (50.31), Jonah Wiley in the long jump (22-4¼) and Malik Jenkins in the triple jump (46-10).
Catholic League Meet: Leo’s Theodore Hopkins was the area standout at the University of Chicago, winning the 55 dash (6.55) and 200 (22.96). Providence led all local teams with three victories, the group consisting of Mike Monroe in the high jump (6-5), Andy Jatis in the pole vault (13-9) and Sean McGrath in the shot put (48-11). Loyola (121) won the team crown, followed by St. Ignatius (121), Mount Carmel (72), Brother Rice (61) and Providence (51) in the 10-team meet. Remaining event winners were St. Rita’s Eric Walker in the 55 hurdles (7.74), Brother Rice’s Alex Rodriguez in the 400 (51.96) and Mount Carmel’s Lamar Colon in the long jump (21-½).
Bolingbrook Fast Times Invitational: Thornton’s Jauan Wesley won the 200 (23.40) and teammate Demetrius Mitchell prevailed in the 55 hurdles (7.71) in the nonscoring meet at Lewis. The duo also helped the Wildcats prevail in the 800 relay (1:33.32). Joliet Catholic’s Dominique Solomon was first in the 400 (52.75), Marist’s Kyle Haberkorn crossed the finish line ahead of the pack in the mile run (4:33.31) and Shepard’s Josh Meier was tops in the 2-mile run (9:45.65).
Lemont Invitational: Sandburg (99) edged Lemont (90) for first place in the in six-team meet. Justin Adams was best in the mile run (4:45.40) for the champion Eagles, whose other winners included Nicholas DePesa in the high jump (6-5) and Ayoolumide Abiona in the long jump (19-0). Lemont’s Matt Dunne crossed the finish line ahead of the pack in the 55 dash (6.78). The Indians also received wins from Eric Whatley in the 200 (23.94) and Edward Kostrubala in the shot put (45-11). Third-place Evergreen Park (76) was led by Matt Przeslicke, who prevailed in the 800 (2:13.14) and mile run (10:23.67). Keiron Swain took the crown in the 55 hurdles (8.53) to aid fourth-place Eisenhower (68).
Lockport Invitational: Wins by Will Giroux in the 2-mile run (9:53.87) and Charley Robbins in the shot put (45 -11½) propelled Lockport (106.33) to a third-place finish behind Minooka (178.33) and Glenbard South (127.33) among the eight scoring teams. Fourth-place Lincoln-Way Central (94) won the 2-mile relay (8:24.94) and also produced the winner of the pole vault in Shaun Palgen (12-0). Fenton (23), Marian Catholic (17), Bolingbrook (12) and Thornridge (3) also competed.
Girls Indoor Track & Field
Armer Invitational: Lincoln-Way East (73) and Bloom (58) headed the 30-team field at the University of Illinois. The champion Griffins posted the top times in the 800 relay (1:43.96) and mile relay (4:01.98) in addition to receiving a first-place performance from Megan Marias in the 60 dash (7.68). Bloom’s Ivory Cassell won the triple jump (36-4¾).
GCAC Meet: Mother McAuley’s Briana Driver set a meet record in winning the 400 (59.17) at Illinois-Chicago. The effort helped the Mighty Macs (92) finish third behind St. Ignatius (159.5) and Loyola (136.5). De La Salle (63) took fourth as Jaimie Robinson won the triple jump (37-8¾), establishing a meet standard in the process. The Meteors also were first in the mile relay (4:12.56).
Lemont Invitational: Jacque Desmond won the pole vault (9-6) and triple jump (31-9¼) in helping Lemont (117) win first place in the six-team meet. Jorie Dybcio added a victory in the mile run (5:25.96) for the Indians and also was a member of the team’s win in the 2-mile relay (10:50.79). Providence (99) was second thanks to victories from Nicole Beulieu in the 55 hurdles (9.79), Emma Griffin in the 400 (1:02.64), Clare O’Donnell in the 2-mile run (12:11.06) and the foursome in the mile relay (4:37.37). Remaining event winners included Evergreen Park’s Rianna Carson in the 55 dash (7.54), Eisenhower’s Dajha White in the 200 (27.29) and Sandburg’s Cali Klein in the long jump (13-10½). Sandburg (82) finished third, followed by Evergreen Park (54), Eisenhower (41) and Ridgewood (7).
Metea Valley 13, Marian Catholic 5: Celeste Friel contributed four goals and an assist to lead host Marian Catholic (1-1).
Davenport 4-3, St. Xavier 2-4: Bryan Polak’s fielder’s choice grounder in the top of the seventh scored Jim Augle with the winning run for St. Xavier (5-13) in Game 2. Chris Klein (1-1) gave up nine hits and struck out five in going the route for the Cougars. Brad Myjak lashed an RBI single for Saint Xavier in the opener.
St. Francis 3-5, Trinity International 1-2: Adam Panayotovich (2-1) surrendered one earned run and struck out 10 in leading host St. Francis (11-12, 2-0) to a sweep in the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference. David Kuhne, Kyle Burton and Matt Scott each posted two hits and a run for the Saints. Jacob Butler (3-1) starred for St. Francis in Game 1, tossing a two-hitter and fanning 10. Brad Porter and Trevor Cherwin notched RBI singles for the winners and Brandon Mendoza drove in the other run with a sacrifice fly.
Maryville 4-6, Lewis 3-1: Mike Barajas (run) went 4-for-4 and Austin Mastela hit a two-run single to pace visiting Lewis (8-9, 2-3) in Game 1 of the Great Lakes Valley doubleheader. Alex Slaby’s groundout scored Kyle Thomas with the Flyers’ only run in the nightcap.
South Suburban 10, Vincennes 2: Matt Hoge, Jake Hickey and Josh Pieper each contributed two hits and an RBI for host South Suburban (5-6). Anthony Majstorov (2-0) struck out six in pitching a complete game for the Bulldogs.
DuPage 11, South Suburban 5: Dominic Albanese went 2-for-3 with a double, triple and two RBI to pace South Suburban in its opening contest.
Lewis 5, Saint Joseph’s 4: Armand Levandi (No. 1) and Erik Aunapuu (No. 2) won their respective singles matches and also teamed for a victory at top-seeded doubles to spark host Lewis (3-7). Philip Kuenzi and Mate Srdanovic added a win at No. 2 doubles for the Flyers in their Great Lakes Valley opener.
Davenport 7, St. Francis 2: Alex Haizel and Boris Peshev had a win at top-seeded doubles for visiting St. Francis (6-7).
Illinois-Springfield 5-6, Lewis 4-2: Carly Jaworski went a combined 4-for-8 with four RBI to lead visiting Lewis (7-12, 1-5) in the Great Lakes Valley. Jaworski clubbed a two-run homer in the nine-inning opener and added another RBI on a fielder’s choice in the nightcap. Ali Brems added a run-scoring single in the same contest for the Flyers.
Lewis 9, Saint Joseph’s 0: Zsofia Lanstiak and Zsofia Kranczicki notched a victory at top-seeded singles to vault host Lewis (7-3, 1-0) in the Great Lakes Valley. Ana Banic and Megan Nguyen tacked on a win at No. 2 doubles for the Flyers.
Compiled by Josh Krockey.