Updated: May 7, 2014 6:15AM
Ag. Science 14, Juarez 1: Nick Oliver struck out seven to earn the victory, and Mitchell Ternes (3-for-4) drove in four runs.
Lemont 3, Stagg 1: Lemont prevailed against Stagg (1-4), which got an RBI from Drew Bolero.
Lincoln-Way Central 7, Immaculate Conception 1: Andrew Farbak pitched six innings, striking out eight and allowing one hit to earn his first victory of the season. Kevin Mampe (2-for-4, 2 2B, RBI, run) and Cam Post (1-for-4, 3B, 2 RBI, R) contributed for Lincoln-Way Central (3-1).
Lincoln-Way East 4, Waubonsie Valley 3: Brett Watson allowed three unearned runs on three hits and Evan Sandmann (1-for-3, 2B) and Kenechi Haynie (2-for-3) each drove in run.
Marian Catholic 14, Andrew 2: Pat Schmidt (2-for-4, 3-R HR) drove in five runs and Kellen Williams (3-for-4, RBI) scored three times and stole two bases to lead Marian Catholic.
Richards 16, Mount Carmel 15: Shawn Chiaramonte (3-for-6, 4 RBI, 2 R) hit the game-winning two-run double for Richards. Shane Mills (3-for-5) added three RBI for the Bulldogs.
St. Rita 8, North Augusta (S.C.) 3: Mateo Zunica (3-for-5, 2B, RBI, 2 R), Nick Goldsmith (2-for-4, 2B, RBI) and Shane Peisker (1-for-3, HR) propelled St. Rita to victory.
Sandburg 1, St. Charles East 0: Matthias Dietz pitched a three-hitter, striking out six, and Alex Martinez scored to lead Sandburg.
At WJOL: Lockport lost twice to finish fourth at the WJOL tournament on Saturday. Cole Bellair pitched six innings, allowing two unearned runs, six hits while striking out six in the Porters’ 2-1 semifinal loss to Joliet Catholic. Mike Formella tossed a complete game with eight hits and six strikeouts as Lockport (5-5) lost the third-place game, 3-2, to Providence.
Kankakee 5-6, T.F. South 4-8: Leah Lagestee was 2-for-3 with three runs scored to help T.F. South claim a victory in Game 2. Sarah Kessler (2-for-4) struck out nine and gave up six hits and four earned runs to pick up the victory for the Rebels.
Lemont 6-12, Oswego 5-11: Rachel Uher went 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI and Rachel Hall went 3-for-4 with an RBI and a run to lead Lemont in Game 1. In Game 2, Karina Folliard went 2-for-5 with a double and two RBI.
Lincoln-Way East 7, Olympia 5: Blake Ruiz homered and drove in three runs to lead Lincoln-Way East. Jenny Van Geerty added an RBI for the Griffins.
Lincoln-Way East 1, Peotone 0: Van Geertry struck again, driving in the only run in Lincoln-Way East’s victory.
Lincoln-Way West 10-10, Evergreen Park 0-4: Morghan Dieringer struck out 14 batters in Game 1 to lead Lincoln-Way West, and Rachael Luckett went 2-for-3 with four RBI and three runs scored. In Game 2, Dani Morgan and Amanda Ruskowsky each hit two home runs for the Warriors.
Marian Catholic 2, Stagg 0: Winning pitcher Allison Spence gave up two hits and two walks while striking out eight. At the plate, she went 1-for-3 with two RBI.
Marist 7, Nazareth 2: Zariya Gonzalez (4-1) allowed one run and struck out nine to earn the East Suburban Catholic win for Marist (5-3, 1-0). Brooke Wilson (3-for-4, 3 RBI, R, 2 SB) and Madison Naujokas (3-for-4, 3B, RBI, 2 R) led the way offensively.
Oak Forest 4, Marengo 2: Winning pitcher Caitlyn Aardema struck out three in a complete-game effort at the Freeport Invite, helping her cause at the plate (3-for-3, RBI). Shannon Coyle and Taylor Ahlgrim each drove in a run for Oak Forest.
Reavis 8, Morton 5: Winning pitcher Ally Balandis (2-for-4) smashed a homer and drove in three runs, and Ashley Galason (4-for-5, 2B) knocked in two runs and scored three runs for Reavis (2-4).
Sandburg 7, Richards 1: In five innings of work, Sarah Herold surrendered only one hit and no runs while striking out five and walking one for Sandburg (5-2).
At Providence: Hannah Thielmann allowed six hits, two runs and struck out four in a complete-game performance as Andrew (4-2) topped Neuqua Valley 9-2 at Providence. Kayla Plastiak added a two-run homer and Shannon Flaherty had a solo home run against the Wildcats. Andrew’s Jordyn Vogt hit a two-run single in a 7-6 loss to Minooka.
Andrew 3, Homewood-Flossmoor 0: Alexis O’Neill, Gina Passarello and Kelly Blyth notched a goal apiece for Andrew (3-0-1), and goalie Amanda Roche held H-F scoreless.
Lincoln-Way East 3, Lockport 0: McKenna Fugett (assist), Hanna Dawczak and Mallory Stegmueller each scored a goal in Lincoln-Way East’s victory.
Lincoln-Way West 8, Rich South 0: Brianna Heyer and Brianna Darlage scored two goals apiece to fuel Lincoln-Way West.
Plainfield Central 1, Mother McAuley 0: Paige Fuller assisted on Mckenna Young’s goal as Plainfield Central (1-4) edged Mother McAuley. Tiffany Lenza earned the shutout for the Wildcats.
At Jacobs: Nick Karazynski claimed the fourth-place medal in singles while the doubles team of Alan Wang and Austin Wabi won the consolation championship.
At Lincoln-Way Central: Marian Catholic won all three of its matches at Lincoln-Way Central, defeating Coal City 4-1, Lincoln-Way Central 5-0 and Plainfield Central 4-1. Kyle Scheffer earned two victories at No. 1 singles and teamed with Paul Lamb to claim a No. 1 doubles win. Lemont defeated both Reavis and Minooka 3-2 behind Nick Urban’s two wins at No. 1 singles and Joe Ziebell and Nathaniel Burner’s two victories at No. 1 doubles.
Girls Water Polo
At Oak Park-River Forest: Bremen beat Lincoln-Way North 10-2 at the Oak Park-River Forest tournament. The Phoenix also fell to Maine East, 10-5, and the host Huskies, 7-4. Niki Beringer led Lincoln-Way North with eight goals for the tournament.
Marian Catholic 19, Minooka 0: Celeste Friel led the way with six goals as Marian Catholic (3-4) stormed past Minooka. Caitin Henry and Rachel Piacentini (assist) each added two goals, and Sydney LaTurner recorded a goal and two assists.
Joliet Junior College 11-3, Milwaukee 3-2: Darrell Collins (3-for-3) hit his first homer of the year and drove in three runs to highlight Joliet Junior College’s offensive outburst in Game 1. Josh Jimenez picked up the win, throwing a complete game with 10 strikeouts, and Nick Fleischauer was 2-for 3 with two doubles. In Game 2, Kevin Ruff allowed no earned runs on five hits and one walk over seven innings for the Wolves (16-9).
St. Joseph’s College 7, South Suburban College 6: Catcher Jake Hickey (1-for-4) drove in four runs, and Dominic Albanese, Matt Hoge and Steve Letz each collected two hits for South Suburban, but St. Joseph’s rallied with three sixth-inning runs for the victory.
St. Xavier 9-6, Trinity International 4-2: Chris Klein (2-2) allowed eight hits, four runs (three earned) and three walks with five strikeouts to pick up the victory in Game 1 of a doubleheader sweep in the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference. In Game 2, Dan Wetzel gave up one unearned run with four hits and five strikeouts over six innings to earn the win for St. Xavier (11-15, 6-2).
Southern Indiana 9-3, Lewis 3-8: Lewis salvaged a doubleheader split with an eight-inning Great Lakes Valley in Game 2 victory at the Lewis Softball Field. The Flyers (10-17, 4-10) tied the second game at 3-3 in the seventh on an RBI double by freshman right fielder Dani Knaak (2-for-3, R). Junior pitcher Allie Brems (2-for-4, RBI, run) scored the winning run from second base in the eighth on an error.
Men’s College Tennis
Lewis 5, Bellarmine 4: Lewis won its second consecutive match by one point at the Eddie Weber Complex in Louisville, Ky. Erik Aunapuu and Mate Srdanovic picked up an 8-0 win in No. 1 doubles for Lewis (5-9, 3-2), which clinched a berth in the upcoming Great Lakes Valley Men’s Tennis tournament. Srdanovic added a 6-2, 6-2 victory at No. 2 singles, while Aunapuu earned a 7-5, 6-3 win over Jimmy Fernandez at No. 3 singles.
Women’s College Tennis
Lewis 9, Bellarmine 0: Lewis improved to 11-3 overall and 5-0 in the Great Lakes Valley Conference by sweeping Bellarmine at the Eddie Weber Complex in Louisville, Ky. Zsofia Lanstiak led the Flyers with a 6-0, 6-0 victory at No. 1 singles and teamed with Zsofia Kranczicki to earn a 8-1 victory at No. 1 doubles.
Women’s College Track
Lewis women take three events: Lewis’ Amy Polhemus ran a career best 57.08 to win the 400-meter dash at the Bellarmine Invitational. Kayla Patterson (5,000 meter, 18:18.19) and Samantha Stewart (triple jump, 35-5.25) also claimed events for the Flyers.
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