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High School/Local College Sports Roundup for April 7, 2014

Updated: May 9, 2014 6:09AM



Baseball

Marist 2, Sandburg 1: Eric Hansen and John Carmody had RBI singles in the sixth inning to lift visiting Marist (5-6). Ryan Kairis allowed one unearned run and struck out five in pitching a complete game for the RedHawks. Dan Santiago drilled an RBI single for Sandburg (3-2-1) to support Sean Leland, who fired a three-hitter.

Mount Carmel 16, Holy Trinity 0: Josh Stowers (2-for-3) and Kevin O’Keefe each had two runs and two RBI to pace host Mount Carmel (6-1) in the five-inning game. Mike Lorenzi (4 innings, 3 hits allowed, 5 strikeouts) and Aaryn Chandler combined on a three-hitter for the Caravan.

Lemont 10, T.F. North 0: Sean Sublette (5 innings) and Nate Broskovetz combined to allow just four hits in pacing Lemont (5-0, 1-0) at North Central College. Mike Gralla (4-for-4) and Nick Wisz had two RBI apiece for the Indians in the six-inning South Suburban Blue game.

Tinley Park 8, Hillcrest 0: Quinn Kelly struck out 14 in pitching a perfect game for host Tinley Park (1-2, 1-1) in the South Suburban Blue. Kanon Saavedra clubbed a two-run single for the Titans and Andrew Hall added three runs in the six-inning contest.

Evergreen Park 12, Argo 1: Dan Kohler (3-for-4) doubled twice, homered and knocked in three runs to help visiting Evergreen Park (3-2, 1-0) capture the five-inning victory. Sean Miller (3-for-4) chipped in two runs and two RBI for the Mustangs in the South Suburban Red. Dustin Krob homered for Argo.

Oak Forest 3, Bremen 2: Matt Zubek (3-for-4) had the winning hit for host Oak Forest (6-2, 1-0) in the eight-inning South Suburban Blue contest.

Providence 5, Joliet Central 3: Phil Kunsa’s solo homer and Zack Pych’s RBI double — both in the eighth inning — carried visiting Providence (5-4). Kunsa also contributed a two-run shot, while teammate Ben Salvador contributed two hits and two runs.

Chicago Christian 10, Walther Christian 0: Christian Bolhuis (3-2) hurled a five-inning no-hitter to lift host Chicago Christian (6-5) in its Suburban Christian Gold opener. Mike Santarelli (2-for-3) had three RBI for the Knights and Sean O’Meara added a two-run double.

Stagg 12, Romeoville 6: Brett Stratinsky’s three RBI led a balanced attack for host Stagg (2-5). Drew Bolero (3-for-4) and Jack Duffner (2-for-3) added two runs and two RBI apiece for the Chargers.

Homewood-Flossmoor 12, Rich South 0: Isaac Cutrara and Derrion Thomas each went 2-for-3 with three RBI for visiting Homewood-Flossmoor (2-1) in the six-inning contest. Matt Maass (5 innings) and Stuart Moore combined on a one-hitter for the Vikings.

Richards 2, Oak Lawn 1: Nick Mejia’s eighth-inning single scored Ryan Thompson with the winning run for visiting Richards (4-2, 1-0) in the South Suburban Red. A.J. Sanchez allowed seven hits and struck out 10 in going the distance for the Bulldogs. Kevin Zurek had an RBI double for Oak Lawn.

Lincoln-Way East 3, Andrew 0: Jeremy Gufca pitched four innings of four-hit ball and Nick Bruns allowed one hit over the final three frames to steer host Lincoln-Way East (4-2) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover. Brian Christianson contributed two RBI for the Griffins.

Eisenhower 5, T.F. North 2: Justin Longoria starred on the mound (complete game, 7 strikeouts) and at the plate (2-for-3, 2 runs) for visiting Eisenhower (1-2, 1-0) in the South Suburban crossover. Zac Cozzi (4-for-4) added a run and two RBI for the Cardinals.

Marian Catholic 4, Lincoln-Way Central 3: Patrick Schmidt (double) and Luiscarlo Avila (sacrifice fly) drove in runs for visiting Marian Catholic (6-4). Shane Stover posted an RBI single for Lincoln-Way Central (4-2).

Beecher 2, Illinois Lutheran 1: Justin Roggemann scored on a passed ball in the bottom of the seventh to spark Beecher (6-0, 4-0) in the River Valley. Chase Wyatt fanned seven in going the distance for the Bobcats. Jared Buzan fanned six over 61/3 innings for Illinois Lutheran (5-1, 1-1).

Shepard 3, Reavis 2: Brendan Hermann knocked in the tying and winning runs for host Shepard (3-2, 2-0) in the eight-inning South Suburban Red game. Mark Albrecht added two runs for the Astros.

Morgan Park 4, Jones 4: Duane Campbell stroked a two-run single for visiting Morgan Park (6-2-1) in the six-inning game.

Softball

Joliet West 6, Joliet Catholic 4: Reilly Jo Swanson (3-for-3) had a pair of RBI singles to aid host Joliet Catholic (3-2).

Lincoln-Way East 8, Plainfield North 0: Nikole Van Gennep tossed a one-hitter and fanned 16 to propel host Lincoln-Way East (3-2). Blake Ruiz (solo HR) and Jenny Van Geertry each contributed two hits and two RBI for the Griffins.

Tinley Park 4, Argo 0: Annalise Scott (3-0) pitched a four-hitter and struck out eight to guide host Tinley Park (3-0) in the South Suburban crossover. Lexxi Lux and Sam Alberto added RBI for the Titans.

Andrew 3, Young 0: Hannah Thielmann hit a two-run single to ignite host Andrew (5-2). Maddie Sherwood and reliever Cassie Hoppenrath combined on a two-hitter for the Thunderbolts.

Evergreen Park 13, T.F. North 3: Jenna Haase (3-for-3) had two runs and three RBI to power visiting Evergreen Park (3-3, 2-1) in the five-inning South Suburban crossover. Bethany Salazar (3-for-4) added a solo homer and two RBI for the Mustangs.

Oak Forest 10, Argo 5: Shannon Coyle (2-for-4, 2 runs, 3 RBI) and Taylor Sterkowitz (HR, 2 RBI) starred for host Oak Forest (7-1, 3-0) in the five-inning South Suburban crossover. Courtney Schwenkel fanned six in going the distance for the Bengals.

T.F. South 12, Eisenhower 0: Sarah Kessler (2-0) pitched a one-hitter and struck out 10 for host T.F. South (4-2, 4-1) in the South Suburban crossover. Tiambris Tate (3-for-3, RBI double) scored three runs to lead the Rebels’ offense.

Lemont 6, Shepard 5: Anna Smagacz’s RBI single in the top of the seventh won it for visiting Lemont (4-2, 1-2) in the South Suburban crossover. Lauren May added a double and two RBI for the Indians. Melissa Kelly posted two runs and an RBI in pacing Shepard (1-2, 1-2).

Manteno 3, Marian Catholic 2: Carlee Wisniewski smashed a two-run double for visiting Marian Catholic (2-2).

Richards 8, Bremen 1: Hailey Czerwinski had two hits and three RBI to aid host Richards (4-3, 4-1) in the South Suburban crossover. Sara Kiziak fanned eight in pitching a complete game for the Bulldogs.

Marist 4, Trinity 4: Hayley Franks (4-for-6), Amanda McIlhany and Brooke Wyderski had RBI for visiting Marist (5-3-1) in the 12-inning contest. Brooke Wilson added three hits and a run for the RedHawks.

Normal Community 4, Lincoln-Way Central 3: Colleen McLaughlin (2-for-4) slammed a two-run homer and finished with three RBI to power host Lincoln-Way Central (3-2).

Reavis 14, Hillcrest 0: Ashley Galason (2-for-2) had three and two RBI for host Reavis (3-4, 2-2) in the five-inning South Suburban crossover.

Beecher 26-12, Illinois Lutheran 0-0: Visiting Beecher (2-2, 2-0) posted a pair of five-inning victories in the River Valley. Emily Landis was the standout in the opener, going 4-for-5 with three runs and seven RBI. Sarah Crews pitched a one-hitter and struck out 13 for the Bobcats. Taylor Johnson (2-for-2, RBI) scored twice for Beecher in the second game, while Salem Garcia knocked in two runs.

Girls Soccer

Lincoln-Way North 1, Bolingbrook 0: Brenna Stremlau’s goal, off an assist from Rachel Pappas, boosted visiting Lincoln-Way North (7-1) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover. Bethany Dombkowski recorded the shutout.

Nazareth 2, Providence 1: Marybeth Galick scored for visiting Providence (3-3-1) in its East Suburban Catholic opener.

Lincoln-Way West 5, Joliet West 0: Goals by Brianna Darlage scored twice and Emily Wyskiel added a goal and two assists to guide visiting Lincoln-Way West (6-1). Natalie Tannura and Audrey Pearson combined on the shutout in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.

Mount Assisi 5, Josephinum 2: Bridget Melody scored four times and Mary Kate Wetzel had three assists to vault host Mount Assisi (1-4-1, 1-0) in the GCAC White.

Boys Volleyball

Eisenhower 25-25, Marian Catholic 21-13: Robert McCoy had 13 kills for host Eisenhower (7-2). Zak Piekarski’s 12 assists led Marian Catholic (2-7).

Lincoln-Way North 25-25, Providence 12-17: Austin Faller dished out 20 assists and Jimmy Dusek added 16 digs to pace host Lincoln-Way North (7-1).

Mount Carmel 25-25, Fenwick 11-15: Adam Williams had 10 kills to lead host Mount Carmel in the Catholic League.

Boys Tennis

Illiana Christian 4, Tinley Park 1: Kent Pitsenberger (No. 1) and James Zandstra (No. 2) garnered singles victories for host Illiana Christian (2-0).

Lincoln-Way Central 7, Kankakee 0: Ryan Champlin (No. 1 singles) was among the winners for visiting Lincoln-Way Central (2-3).

Lemont 5, Chicago Christian 0: Joe Ziebell and Faraz Long prevailed at top-seeded singles for visiting Lemont (3-1).

Boys Water Polo

Lincoln-Way Central 10, Lincoln-Way North 3: Tristan Funk had four goals and Jake Burke made 13 saves to propel host Lincoln-Way Central (6-2-1, 2-1) in the SouthWest Suburban Red.

Homewood-Flossmoor 9, Stagg 5: Broc Thompson’s hat trick led visiting Homewood-Flossmoor (7-8, 2-0) in the SouthWest Suburban Blue.

Loyola 14, St. Rita 7: Dan Sliazas had four goals for visiting St. Rita in the Metro Catholic Aquatics Conference.

Sandburg 12, Lincoln-Way East 6: Zach Roper totaled eight goals for host Sandburg in the SouthWest Suburban Blue.

Girls Water Polo

Lincoln-Way North 5, Lincoln-Way Central 3: Niki Beringer scored three times to direct host Lincoln-Way North (6-9, 2-3) in the SouthWest Suburban Red.

Andrew 20, Richards co-op 1: Megan Hofer had seven goals and six assists to power Andrew.

Homewood-Flossmoor 17, Stagg 3: Megan Dunlavy (5) and Amber Barney (4) were the top goal scorers for host Homewood-Flossmoor in the SouthWest Suburban Blue.

Sandburg 14, Lincoln-Way East 10: Danielle Lencioni and Sarah Dolitsky each scored four times to spark visiting Sandburg in the SouthWest Suburban Blue.

Compiled by Josh Krockey



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