Updated: April 26, 2014 7:49PM
Lemont 7, Tinley Park 1: Danny Dowiarz hit a two-run double and Mike Wisz (2-for-4, RBI) scored three runs to propel visiting Lemont (15-1, 8-0) in the South Suburban Blue. Charlie Wright hurled a four-hitter and fanned 10 for the Indians. Conner Ceglarz smashed a run-scoring single for Tinley Park (5-7, 2-6).
Crete-Monee 12, Wilmington 6: Brandon Hannigan (4-for-4) and General McArthur (3-for-4, 3 runs) posted three RBI apiece for host Crete-Monee (8-7).
Joliet Catholic 2, Lockport 0: Brandon Kaminski (6 innings) scattered two hits and struck out five to pace visiting Joliet Catholic (14-3). The Hilltoppers scored both of their runs in the first inning, thanks to an RBI single from Mark Dalesandro and a fielder’s choice off the bat of Keegan Tyrell. Noah Massa pitched a three-hitter and fanned nine for Lockport (9-10).
Richards 18, Hillcrest 3: Ryan Thompson (4-for-4, 2 runs, 3 RBI) and A.J. Sanchez swatted two-run doubles to highlight a 12-run first inning for host Richards (15-3, 10-0) in the South Suburban crossover. Andrew Schramm tacked on a two-run homer for the Bulldogs in the five-inning tilt.
De La Salle 10, Oak Lawn 0: Damian Bertucci spun a four-hitter to ignite host De La Salle (8-7) in the six-inning tilt. Glenn Kubek (2-for-4) had three RBI for the Meteors and Tom Duddleston (3-for-3) scored three runs. Matt Dunne and Joe Dodaro were among those with hits for Oak Lawn (6-13).
Morgan Park 10, Young 6: Dantrelle Lucas’ two-run singled capped five-run fifth inning for host Morgan Park (10-3-1, 4-0-1) in the Public League Jackie Robinson South. Jamal Martin (2-for-2, 2 runs) and Christian Bullock added two-run homers for the Mustangs.
Morton 14, Reavis 10: Joe O’Hara (2-for-4, 3 RBI) had a two-run single and George Hernandez (2-for-3, 2 runs) tacked on a two-run double to show the way for host Reavis (7-11).
Eisenhower 15, Kankakee 4: Juan Gallardo (RBI) and Noah Alramli scored three runs each for visiting Eisenhower (4-8) in the five-inning game. Zac Cozzi (2-for-2) chipped in two runs and two RBI for the Cardinals.
Ag. Science 9, Kennedy 5: Tom Gleason and Manny Lopez each contributed two hits and two runs for visiting Ag. Science (15-3, 7-1) in the Public League Sammy Sosa game.
Beecher 11, Tri-Point 1: Garrett Short gave up four hits and struck out seven in pitching a complete game for visiting Beecher (12-5, 10-0) in the River Valley. Paschal Gianotti (2-for-2) and Zac Ruzich (2-for-3) each scored three runs for the Bobcats in the five-inning contest.
Lincoln-Way West 8, Lincoln 4: Zach Speaker hit a two-run homer and finished with four RBI to guide Lincoln-Way West (16-0). Nick Farrell (2-for-4) and Luke Morgan each scored twice for the Warriors.
Putnam County Tournament
Illinois Lutheran 6, Putnam County 1: Grant Farmer starred on the mound (2-hitter, 11 strikeouts) and at the plate (2-for-4, 2 RBI) for Illinois Lutheran (15-1).
Illinois Lutheran 13, Bureau Valley 0: Sam Geraci (3-for-3) and Grant Farmer (2-for-3) had three RBI apiece for Illinois Lutheran in its opener. Evan Falk tossed a one-hitter and also homered for the Chargers.
Homewood-Flossmoor 6, Lincoln-Way North 4: Morgan Williams doubled twice and drove in four runs to lift visiting Flossmoor (5-8) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover. Anne Allen hit a three-run homer for Lincoln-Way North (7-5).
Lockport 17, Thornton 0: Zara Voulgaris (2-for-3, 3 runs) belted a grand slam and totaled five RBI to power host Lockport (11-4-1) in the five-inning SouthWest Suburban crossover. Grace Lancman tossed a one-hitter and struck out nine for the Porters.
Illinois Lutheran 15, Rich Central 3: Sara Currier (3-for-4, 2 RBI) scored four runs and Caroline Kuether (2-for-3, 2 runs, 2 RBI) added a solo homer to boost visiting Illinois Lutheran (4-8) in the five-inning game.
Lincoln-Way East 11, Lincoln-Way Central 1: Nicole O’Donnell (3-for-3) hit two homers and finished with six RBI to key host Lincoln-Way East (10-5) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover. Alana Selvaggio and two relievers combined to allow five hits and strike out nine for the Griffins. Colleen McLaughlin swatted an RBI single for Lincoln-Way Central (10-6).
Wilmington 8, Joliet Catholic 7: Reilly Jo Swanson scored three runs and Ryann Querio had two RBI to aid host Joliet Catholic (7-9).
Richards 7, Oak Park-River Forest 6: Emily Wetzel’s two-run homer and three RBI led visiting Richards (11-4).
Providence 4, Plainfield North 1: Zoe Bruni (61/3 innings) allowed one earned run on five hits and Allison Garetto notched the save to lead host Providence (8-5). Allyssa Demma posted an RBI for the Celtics, who received runs from Courtney Pych, Maeve Garvey, Sarah Brightmore and Lauren Sulikowski.
Immaculate Conception 1, Chicago Christian 0: Davina Gutierrez (4-7) surrendered one unearned run on four hits for visiting Chicago Christian (5-7, 1-3) in the Suburban Christian Blue. Kaycee Pittman had two hits, including a triple, for the Knights.
T.F. South 2, Illiana Christian 1: Brianna Heintz and Ashtyn Kapovich scored runs for T.F. South (12-4) at the Lansing Sports Complex. Devin Pieper (7-4) fired a four-hitter and struck out 11 for the Rebels.
Oak Lawn 6, Bloom 4: Marisa Loya’s home run and four RBI led visiting Oak Lawn (8-8).
Thornwood 16, Morgan Park 0: Hannah McPherson (9 strikeouts) pitched a complete game and also homered to lead host Thornwood (4-7) in the five-inning tilt.
Seton 14, Hope Academy 4: Simone Clemmons (2-for-3) registered one run and one RBI for visiting Seton (4-4).
Beecher 19-10, Tri-Point 1-0: Sarah Crews went a combined 4-for-4 with two doubles and six RBI for visiting Beecher (18-4) in the River Valley.
Lincoln-Way West 5, Metamora 2: Amanda Ruskowsky spun a three-hitter and fanned seven to lift Lincoln-Way West (17-1). Jess Schram went 1-for-3 with a run and an RBI for the Warriors.
Lincoln-Way West 4, Trinity 1: Morghan Dieringer (2-hitter, 11 strikeouts) went the distance and Carly Souder posted an RBI to pace Lincoln-Way West in its first game.
Reavis 3, Oak Lawn 0: Goals by Celeste Lara, Alexis Delgado and Karina Lopez propelled host Reavis (9-6, 6-2) in the South Suburban Red.
Lockport 1, Homewood-Flossmoor 0: Taylor Stortz (goal) and Cassidy Henson (7 saves) were the standouts for host Lockport (5-5-4, 2-1) in the SouthWest Suburban Blue.
Naperville North Invitational
Waubonsie Valley 2, Lincoln-Way Central 1: Sara Petrone scored for Lincoln-Way Central (7-4-3) at Naperville North.
Sacred Heart-Griffin Invitational
Providence 2, Sacred-Heart Griffin 1 (SO): Nicki Griffith stopped the sixth penalty kick to boost Providence (8-5-2). Emily Eglar scored in regulation for the Celtics.
Boys Water Polo
Homewood-Flossmoor 12, Lincoln-Way North 5: Haden Santefort had four goals to spark host Homewood-Flossmoor in the SouthWest Suburban crossover. Patrick Kelly scored twice to lead Lincoln-Way North.
Girls Water Polo
Lincoln-Way North 12, Homewood-Flossmoor 6: Niki Beringer scored five goals and Laura Wolf made 13 saves to spur host Lincoln-Way North in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.
Lincoln-Way East 15, Lincoln-Way West 6: Taryn Linke (5 goals) and Zoe Spada (4) were the leading scorers for visiting Lincoln-Way East in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.
Boys Track & Field
Brother Rice Relays: Brother Rice won five events and totaled 97 points capturing first place. Providence (71) was second and Marist (70) third in the 12-team meet. The champion Crusaders prevailed in the 800-meter relay (1 minute, 30 seconds), mile relay (3:28.8), pole vault relay (33 feet), shot put relay (124 feet, 11 inches) and discus relay (349-1/2). Marist’s performance included victories in the mile relay (3:48.1) and distance medley relay (11:04.8), while Providence was tops in the 330 high hurdles relay (50.6 seconds) and high jump relay (17-11).
Notre Dame Invitational: Camren Howard won the mile run (4:34.79) as Marian Catholic (81) finished third among the nine scoring teams. Howard also helped the Spartans prevail in the mile sprint relay (3:48.70), along with William Allen, Nathan Holley and Joshua Haynes.
Girls Track & Field
Richards Invitational: Shepard (184) won four relays en route to securing the team crown. Marist (127) was second and Eisenhower (81) third in the eight-team meet. The Astros finished first in the 400 relay (49.6), 800 relay (1:48.2), mile relay (4:12.5) and 2-mile relay (10:16). Individual winners for Shepard included Zipporah Allbritton in the 400 (1:03.7) and Jada Jackson in the discus (117-9). Marist’s was led by Julie Yaeger, who won the 800 (2:30) and mile (5:37.3). Argo’s Sabrina Williams won the 200 (26.3) and Oak Forest’s Alise Mossuto prevailed in the shot put (34-5).
South Suburban 21, Morton 10: Consecutive home runs by Letz, Stefano Belmonte and Hickey in the top of the seventh elevated South Suburban (25-14). Belmonte also hit a three-run shot for the Bulldogs, who pounded out 24 hits, 11 of them for extra bases.
Joliet Junior College 5-18, Oakton 3-3: Ben Kirchler (2-for-4, 3 runs) belted a three-run homer and T.J. Condon (2-for-4, 4 RBI) tacked on a two-run blast to power visiting Joliet Junior College (29-15) in the five-inning finale. Colton Trager (2-for-5) added three RBI for the Wolves and Matt Filkins (3-for-3) scored three runs. Filkins (2-for-3) contributed a run and two RBI for Joliet Junior College in Game 1.
St. Xavier 4-0, Purdue-Calumet 2-1: Sarah Saunders had an RBI single and Megan Nonnemacher (19-2) struck out seven in pitching a complete game for visiting St. Xavier (38-5-1) in the opener. Nicole Nonnemacher (16-3) allowed one earned run on two hits and fanned 13 for the Cougars in Game 2.
St. Francis 14-7, Robert Morris 4-2: Caitlyn Balandis pitched a complete game (4-hitter, 8 strikeouts) and also clubbed a two-run homer to help visiting St. Francis (20-18, 13-7) sweep the Chicagoland Collegiate Athletic Conference doubleheader. Kaley Jendraszak and Taylor Schroeder each went 2-for-4 with two runs and two RBI for the Saints in Game 1.
Trinity Christian 3-5, Lindenwood-Belleville 1-1: Jayme Love’s two-run triple in the bottom of the sixth snapped a 1-all tie and carried Trinity Christian (23-21) to victory in Game 1. Anna Phillips and Emily Phillips contributed RBI for the Trolls in the finale. Briana Brugioni fanned eight in pitching a complete game for the winners.
Compiled by Josh Krockey