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High School Sports Roundup for May 13, 2014

Updated: June 15, 2014 6:19AM



Baseball

Crete-Monee 14, Rich East 4: General McArthur belted a three-run homer to lead host Crete-Monee (14-11, 10-2) in the Southland. Brandon Howard (1-for-3) added two runs and two RBI for the Warriors in the five-inning game. Capo Lindsay stroked a two-run single to pace Rich East (1-19, 0-12).

Reavis 6, Argo 0: Lael Robles scattered two hits and struck out 10 in pitching a complete game for host Reavis (10-17, 7-8). Jose Romero (2-for-3, run, 2 RBI) hit a solo homer for the Rams and Uriel Garcia (2-for-3) also contributed two RBI. Cosmo Halwix posted a double for Argo.

Brother Rice 3, Richards 2: Ryan Sullivan’s RBI single in the bottom of the fifth scored Brian Musielak with the winning run for Brother Rice (22-8). Jake Barry also had a run-scoring base hit for the Crusaders. Ryan Kutt (5-2) tossed a four-hitter and fanned seven for the winners. Noel Castro hit an RBI double for Richards (21-6).

Evergreen Park 4, Eisenhower 0: Joe Moran (5-1) surrendered two hits and struck out six in going the route for visiting Evergreen Park (18-8, 11-4) in the South Suburban Red. Mark Martin (4-for-4) scored twice for the Mustangs and Dan Kohler had an RBI single in helping the team win its 12 consecutive game. Gabriel Onate and Cristian Diaz de Sandy collected hits for Eisenhower (5-16, 4-11).

Homewood-Flossmoor 16, Joliet Central 6: Zach Taylor’s three-run homer in the bottom of the fifth highlighted a nine-run outburst for Homewood-Flossmoor (19-5, 7-4) in the SouthWest Suburban Blue. Jonathan Brandt and Isaac Cutrara garnered two-run singles for the Vikings, who also received two-run doubles from Jesse Forestell and Derrion Thomas.

Bremen 14, Hillcrest 0: David Strom had three RBI to power host Bremen (19-11, 10-5) in the five-inning South Suburban Blue game. Mike Fuentes pitched four innings for the Braves, scattering two hits and striking out seven.

Tinley Park 7, T.F. North 6: Steven Gonzalez walked leading off the 10th inning and eventually scored on a passed ball to aid visiting Tinley Park (10-12, 5-10) in the South Suburban Blue. Kanon Saavedra (3-for-4, 2 runs) hit a two-run double to culminate a four-run first inning for the Titans.

Glenbard South 3, Illiana Christian 2: Caleb Jonkman went 3-for-4 with two RBI for visiting Illiana Christian (10-14, 9-4) in the Metro Suburban.

Softball

Joliet West 4, Lockport 3: Sarah DeMasi (3-for-4, 2 runs) hit an RBI double and Haley Arndt added a run-scoring single to aid host Lockport (20-7-1, 7-3) in the SouthWest Suburban Blue. Kalyn Putman yielded three earned runs and struck out five in hurling a complete game for the Porters.

Homewood-Flossmoor 13, Joliet Central 1: Kayla Butler (3-for-3) and Quadrea Allen (2-for-4) each had three RBI to spark visiting Homewood-Flossmoor (8-13, 4-6) in the five-inning SouthWest Suburban Blue game.

Reavis 8, Evergreen Park 7: Ashley Galason (2-for-4) homered twice and finished with four RBI for host Reavis (12-14, 8-8) in the South Suburban Red.

Lincoln-Way East 4, Providence 2: Blake Ruiz slammed a three-run homer in the bottom of the fifth to win it for Lincoln-Way East (18-7). Winner Sarah Esposito (3 innings) and Nikole Van Gennep combined to strike out 12 for the Griffins. Morgan Greenwood (double) and Maeve Garvey (single) contributed first-inning RBI for Providence (15-12). Kendal Judge allowed six hits and fanned 12 in going the distance for the Celtics.

Oak Forest 10, Hillcrest 0: Courtney Schwenkel (6-2) struck out eight and also went 3-for-3 with a homer and four RBI to key host Oak Forest (19-7, 11-3). Calie Delisi (3-for-4) added two runs and two RBI for the Bengals in the five-inning South Suburban Blue contest.

Argo 12, Morton 10: Alicia Gomez (2-for-5) doubled twice and drove in two runs to pace visiting Argo (6-15).

Oak Lawn 13, Eisenhower 0: Reily McTeague homered and Liz Childers had three RBI to lead visiting Oak Lawn (13-14, 8-8). Mia Loya threw a one-hitter and struck out 10 for the Spartans in the six-inning contest.

GCAC Red Tournament

Mother McAuley 8, Regina 1: Alex Brown hit three RBI triples and Jessica Alberts (2-hitter, 6 strikeouts) pitched a complete game to steer Mother McAuley (17-5). Morgan Fleming (2-for-3) and Kelly O’Donnell each contributed two runs and an RBI for the Mighty Macs.

Trinity 10, Mount Assisi 0: Amber Anderson, Terri Dearth and Abby Malloy all posted one hit for Mount Assisi (7-15).

Girls Soccer

Lincoln-Way North 2, Homewood-Flossmoor 1: Goals by Carly Marchal and Valen Manns made the difference for host Lincoln-Way North (16-3-1) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover. Sammi Farkos scored for Homewood-Flossmoor (7-13).

Tinley Park 1, Lincoln-Way West 0: Elizabeth Carrillo’s goal boosted host Tinley Park (15-6).

Lincoln-Way Central 2, Sandburg 1: Paige Proctor and Kyla Grundhoffer had goals for host Lincoln-Way Central (11-7-3) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.

Andrew 4, Joliet Central 0: Nicole Novak, Brooke Zidek, Chloe Annerino and Jill Steinke scored for host Andrew (11-5-2) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.

Lincoln-Way East 4, Joliet West 0: Samantha Fiorella scored two goals and assisted on a third to key host Lincoln-Way East (13-7-2) in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.

Boys Volleyball

Eisenhower 27-25, Shepard 7-22: Vinny Curta had seven kills and Robert McCoy tacked on seven blocks with five kills for host Eisenhower (21-11, 6-1) in the South Suburban match. Hussein Al-Rashdan recorded 10 assists for Shepard (7-15, 2-4) and Ivan Magana added five kills.

Richards 25-25, Reavis 18-13: Dan Krasich totaled 21 assists and six kills to propel host Richards (17-6, 4-2) in the South Suburban tilt. Ed Karalius led the Bulldogs in kills with 12.

Brother Rice 25-25, St. Rita 16-23: Matt Gagner and Spencer Scott had four kills each to spur host Brother Rice (25-2, 9-0). Dan Hayes dished out six assists for the Crusaders in the Catholic League Blue.

Lockport 25-25, Homewood-Flossmoor 17-19: Matt Sadler and Jon Wheaton had seven and five kills, respectively, for host Lockport (16-11, 3-5) in the SouthWest Suburban Blue. Thomas Knetl had 15 assists for Homewood-Flossmoor (3-22, 0-8) and Marques Robinson posted seven kills.

St. Laurence 25-25, St. Joseph 13-15: Tim Delaney distributed 15 assists for host St. Laurence (9-12, 5-2) in the Catholic League White. Bob Kelly and Don Curley chipped in six kills each for the Vikings.

St. Viator 25-25, Marian Catholic 19-12: Zak Piekarski (13 assists) and Temi Onayemi (5 kills) were among the standouts for host Marian Catholic (6-17, 0-6) in the East Suburban Catholic.

Oak Forest 25-25, Oak Lawn 20-14: Jeff Sprayberry’s 11 kills and Brett Staehlin’s 16 assists were instrumental for host Oak Forest (22-10, 5-0) in the South Suburban.

Marist 25-25, St. Patrick 19-22: Tim Hauser had 19 assists and Jake Moran (6 digs) added five kills to direct host Marist (15-16, 4-3) in the East Suburban Catholic.

Lincoln-Way North 25-21-25, Andrew 23-25-12: Austin Faller had 32 assists and Brett McFarland 18 kills for visiting Lincoln-Way North (29-3, 7-0) in the SouthWest Suburban Red. Sanil Thomas finished with 20 assists, 10 digs and seven kills for Andrew (15-15, 5-3).

Boys Tennis

Homewood-Flossmoor 4, Andrew 3: Jeremy Miller and Jesse Myles (No. 2) posted a three-set victory to boost visiting Homewood-Flossmoor. Andrew’s Nick Karczynski prevailed at No. 1 singles in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.

Reavis 4, Shepard 1: Gilberto Romero won at No. 1 singles for host Reavis (13-9, 4-1). Jimmy Nguyen and Pat Maziarz tacked on a win at No. 2 doubles for the Rams in the South Suburban Red.

Lemont 5, Bremen 0: Nick Urban (No. 1) and Faraz Longi (No. 2) won their respective singles matches for host Lemont (12-4, 4-1) in the South Suburban Blue.

Boys Track & Field

South Suburban Blue Meet: Adonis Barnes won the 110-meter hurdles (14.58 seconds) and 300 intermediate hurdles (40.78) as T.F. North (125 points) captured first place in the seven-team meet at Hillcrest. Lemont (115) took second and Oak Forest (75) was third. Darbee Myles added a victory in the 400 dash (50.40) and Thomas Tate prevailed in the triple jump (41 feet) for the champion Meteors, who also posted the top time in the 400 relay (44.62). Christian Goushas won the 100 (11.0) for Lemont, which also received victories from Matt Gagen in the 2-mile run (10 minutes, 26.61 seconds) and Joe Sciacca in the pole vault (11 feet, 6 inches). Luke Taccola, of Oak Forest, bested the competition in the discus (147-8) and shot put (55-3), setting a meet record in the latter event. Other winners included Tinley Park’s John Taylor in the 200 (22.46) and T.F. South’s Jareyl Stone in the long jump (19-9½).

College Baseball

NAIA Opening Round

Southeastern 7, St. Francis 0: Matt Scott, Trevor Cherwin and Luke Wyss collected two hits apiece for St. Francis (38-21) in Lawrenceville, Georgia. Bryan Muniz went 4-for-4 with a run and three RBI to lead Southeastern (46-14), which handed the Saints their first loss in three tournament games.

Men’s Golf

NAIA Championship: St. Xavier’s James Kerr finished the opening round tied for 10th after carding a 1-under 71 at LPGA International in Daytona Beach, Florida. Kyle Bahnick added a 78 for the Cougars and Brendan Ryan posted a 79. As a team, St. Xavier (310) was tied for the 24th. Coastal Georgia (285) held a one-stroke lead over Faulkner and Grand View among the 29 scoring squads.

Women’s Softball

NAIA Opening Round

St. Xavier 9, Cornerstone 0: Katie Sears (2-for-3) and Katie Houlihan (2-for-4) each had two runs and Amanda Hainlen had three RBI to lead top-seeded St. Xavier (47-8-1) into the championship. Megan Nonnemacher (23-3) tossed a three-hitter and fanned eight for the Cougars in Columbia, Kentucky.

Lindsey Wilson 1, St. Xavier 0: Madison Scott’s RBI single in the bottom of the fifth enabled Lindsey Wilson (47-9) to qualify for the title round. Jordan Hood gave up four hits and struck out seven for the second-seeded Blue Raiders. Nicole Nonnemacher (21-5) allowed one earned run on five hits and struck out 13 to pace St. Xavier (46-8-1).

Compiled by Josh Krockey



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