Updated: May 24, 2014 3:42PM
Marist 5, Richards 2: Robert Hovey (4-2) allowed two earned runs on three hits in tossing a complete game for host Marist (18-13). Pat Meehan scored two runs for the RedHawks, who also received RBI singles from Barrett Callaghan, Ryan Kairis and John Carmody. Nate Natividad bashed a two-run double for Richards (24-8).
Evergreen Park 7, Illiana Christian 4: Mark Martin (4-for-4, 2 runs) whacked an RBI triple and Tim Walsh tacked on a run-scoring double – both in the bottom of the sixth – to spark a tiebreaking three-run rally for Evergreen Park (21-10). Corey Miller chipped in two RBI for the Mustangs. Jack Hillegonds blasted a two-run homer to lead Illiana Christian (15-16).
Stagg 4, Sandburg 3: Tim Gambill yielded one earned run on eight hits in going the route for visiting Stagg (13-18, 7-7). Nick Nowak’s RBI single in the fourth inning was part of a four-run spree for the Chargers in the SouthWest Suburban Blue. Jim Landgraf and Alec Martinez posted RBI flyouts for Sandburg (21-8, 11-3).
Lyons 3, Lincoln-Way East 0: Aaron Donald’s third-inning double was one of just two hits for visiting Lincoln-Way East (16-16).
Reavis 2, De La Salle 1: Matt Barajas’ two-out single in the bottom of the ninth scored Jake Aguilar with the deciding run for Reavis (16-17). Jose Romero (unearned run) spun a three-hitter and fanned 15 for the Rams. Alex Padilla (7 strikeouts) gave up two earned runs on six hits in going the distance for De La Salle (20-11).
Lincoln-Way North 5, Oak Forest 3: Mike Rissley (3-for-5) walloped a two-run double in the top of the 10th to boost Lincoln-Way North (25-2). Joe Funkhouser racked up two RBI for Oak Forest (24-9), including a seventh-inning double that tied the score at 3-all.
Shepard 13, Hillcrest 1: Kyle Longfield starred on the mound (3-hitter, 11 strikeouts) and at the plate (3-for-3, 2 RBI) for visiting Shepard (13-16, 10-9) in the five-inning tilt. Sam Hermanas also had two RBI for the Astros in the South Suburban Blue.
Crete-Monee 4, Danville 1: Joe Walker’s two-run single in the top of the sixth capped a three-run burst for Crete-Monee (19-11). Josh Walters (4 innings) scattered one unearned run on one hit for the Warriors.
T.F. South 3, Bremen 2: Edgar Camarena’s sacrifice fly in the sixth inning drove in James Macklin with the winning run for host T.F. South (17-13, 11-8) in the South Suburban Blue.
Eisenhower 9, Tinley Park 3: Gabriel Onate gave up three hits over 6 2/3 innings and also went 3-for-4 with two runs to guide visiting Eisenhower (6-19, 5-14). Cristian Espinoza added three runs for the Cardinals in the South Suburban crossover.
Lockport 7, Plainfield East 6: Dakota Dunstan singled home Davis Purivance in the bottom of the seventh to win it for Lockport (18-16). Ryan Dalton chipped in a two-run double for the Porters.
Do It Stevie’s Way Classic
Mount Carmel 6, Oak Park-River Forest 0: A.J. Lewis (1-for-3, run) hit a two-run single and Ako Thomas (1-for-4) scored twice to elevate Mount Carmel (26-7). Marko Boricich (3 innings) and two relievers combined on a one-hitter for the Caravan at Wheaton College.
New Trier 7, Marian Catholic 3: Kellen Williams (2-for-3) contributed one run and one RBI to aid Marian Catholic (15-18) at Wheaton College.
Lemont 4, Brother Rice 0: Jake Latz tossed a three-hitter and struck out 10 to boost Lemont (28-4) in consolation play at Benedictine University. Jake Terrazas (2-for-3, 3 RBI) smashed a two-run double for the Indians and Mike Papierski scored two runs. Erich Lieser and Mike Schalasky contributed doubles for Brother Rice (24-10).
St. Laurence 3, Peoria Notre Dame 1: Brad Wood roped an RBI triple in the top of the seventh and Mike Kornacker added a sacrifice fly two batters later to vault St. Laurence (28-5) in the consolation bracket at Benedictine. Winner Frank Greco pitched 5 1/3 innings for the Vikings, allowing one unearned run on five hits.
Public League Consolation Championship
Jones 5, Ag. Science 2: Mike Cassiday (3 earned runs) struck out nine in a complete-game effort for Ag. Science (27-7).
Providence 5, Minooka 4: Lauren Sulikowski came in on Maeve Garvey’s seventh-inning double to lift host Providence (19-13). Garvey finished 4-for-4 with two RBI and Morgan Greenwood scored two runs. Zoe Bruni (no earned runs) allowed four hits in hurling a complete game for the Celtics.
Lincoln-Way North 8, Lincoln-Way Central 7: Sam Pietruszynski (3-for-3, 2 runs) ripped a two-run single in the bottom of the fifth to highlight a tiebreaking five-run outburst for Lincoln-Way North (16-11, 10-4). Jenna Trojniar (2-for-2, 2 runs) tacked on two RBI for the Phoenix in the SouthWest Suburban Red. Jackie Farbak (2-for-3, run) posted two RBI to pace Lincoln-Way Central (15-15, 8-6) and Ashley Evans (2-for-4) scored twice.
Marist 7, Conant 2: Madison Naujokas (2-for-4) belted a two-run homer and Vanessa Villasenor added a two-run double to power host Marist (24-7-1). Zariya Gonzalez (20-4) scattered five hits in going the distance for the RedHawks.
Lockport 3, Sandburg 2: Justine Cielenski surrendered one earned run and fanned six in tossing a complete game for visiting Lockport (24-8-1, 11-3) in the SouthWest Suburban Blue. Gabby Voulgaris and Sarah DeMasi smashed home runs for the Porters and Elena Woulfe delivered an RBI single. Brianna Soltis bashed a run-scoring single to aid Sandburg (17-14, 8-6).
Reavis 4, St. Ignatius 3: Natalie Dudek (3-for-4), Stacy Pratscher (2-for-3) and Janae Klimczak each had one run and one RBI for visiting Reavis (14-16).
Andrew 8, Richards 2: Kayla Plastiak (3-for-4) racked up three RBI and Abbie Bailey lashed a two-run single to steer visiting Andrew (24-8). Madison Sherwood surrendered two unearned runs on six hits in throwing a complete game for the Thunderbolts. Richards fell to 20-7.
Oak Forest 4, T.F. South 3: Kyle Powers’ two-run homer was instrumental for host Oak Forest (23-8, 15-4) in the South Suburban Blue. Corrina Boersma (7-4) earned the win for the Bengals.
Oak Lawn 6, Argo 4: Ashley Labuda (1-for-3, 3 RBI) delivered a two-run single and Liz Childers hit a two-run homer to direct visiting Oak Lawn (14-16, 9-10) in the South Suburban Red.
Joliet Catholic 7, Mount Assisi 0: Alivia Phelps (9 strikeouts) pitched five hitless innings to set the tone for visiting Joliet Catholic (14-19). Reilly Jo Swanson (3-for-4, run) and Josie Henderson (1-for-3, run) each drove in two runs for the Angels.
Class 2A Evergreen Park Regional
Tinley Park 5, Evergreen Park 0: Tinley Park (17-5) rolled in the championship behind goals from Alexis Boyer, Jenna Rivera, Stephanie Nichols, Ellie Carrillo and Karina Salazar.
Class 2A Oak Forest Regional
Lincoln-Way West 4, Oak Forest 0: Emily Wyskiel, Brianna Heyer, Brianna Darlage and Natalie Tannura netted goals for Lincoln-Way West (17-5-1) in the final. Oak Forest closed 11-13.
Class 2A Rich East Regional
Providence 3, Joliet Catholic 1: Alyssa Dorning scored twice and Kayleigh Maday once to boost Providence (13-9-2) in the championship.
Class 3A Lincoln-Way East Regional
Lincoln-Way East 5, Shepard 1: Emily Scianna’s five goals keyed Lincoln-Way East (15-7-2) in the final. Shepard finished 14-6-2.
Class 3A Lincoln-Way North Regional
Lincoln-Way North 2, Bloom 0: Goals by Bianca Galassini and Makenna Manis enabled Lincoln-Way North (19-3-1) to capture its fifth consecutive regional crown.
Class 3A Sandburg Regional
Sandburg 2, Stagg 1: Jayna Kozlowski and Sam Milwit put in goals for Sandburg (12-7-1) in the championship.
Lincoln-Way East 25-25, Lincoln-Way North 21-14: Nate Van Dellen totaled 10 kills and six digs to show the way for host Lincoln-Way East (34-1). Mike Rossetto added seven kills for the Griffins in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.
Boys Track & Field
Class 1A Beecher Sectional: Beecher’s Bernard Cole qualified for the state meet after placing second in the 100-meter dash (11.40 seconds). Teammate Joseph Wcisel also advanced, finishing third in the discus (145 feet, 11 inches). David Blutcher, of Southland Prep, captured a state berth after coming in second in the shot put (46-3). Beecher (28) was sixth and Southland Prep (22.5) seventh in the 15-team meet won by Aurora Christian (118).
Class 1A Lisle Sectional: Leo (105) topped Chicago Christian (64) for first place among the 14 squads at Benedictine University. The champion Lions were strongest in the relays, winning the 400 (43.35), 800 (1:31.37) and mile (3:29.59) races. Terron Bell also starred for Leo, capturing first place in the shot put (51-5) and discus (140-6). Chicago Christian was second in three events, including the 2-mile relay (8:15.66). Kendall Evans was runner-up in the triple jump (43-2) for the Knights and Todd Schleyer took second in the 300 intermediate hurdles (42.24).
Class 2A Glenbard South Sectional: Sam Senerchia prevailed in the discus (147-10) as Evergreen Park (86) finished second behind Glenbard South (165) in the 12-team invitational. The Mustangs also topped the field in the 400 relay (43.80) and 800 relay (1:30.68). Tobi Oladejo added second-place finishes in the high jump (5-9) and 400 (51.33) for Evergreen Park. St. Laurence (24) was eighth, thanks in part to Anthony Barrios, winner of the 800 (2:00.93). Pete Kopacz was second in the long jump (20-6¾) for the Vikings.
Class 3A St. Rita Sectional: St. Rita’s Treston Forbes led the area contingent with victories in the 100 (10.95) and 200 (22.04). Brother Rice (69) was the top local team, finishing third behind Lyons (104) and Riverside-Brookfield. Jordan Boyd led the Crusaders by winning the high jump (6-3). St. Rita (64) came in fourth as Eric Walker won the 110 high hurdles (14.61). The Mustangs also turned in the top times in the 400 relay (42.72) and 800 relay (1:30.06). Mount Carmel (50) was sixth as Andrejas Duerig won the shot put (48-8¼). Reavis’ Calvin Jordan was the remaining area champion, prevailing in the triple jump (43-2). Argo (30) and Reavis (24) were eighth and ninth, respectively, in the 13-team field.
Men’s Track & Field
NCAA Division II Championships: Lewis’ Isaac Jean-Paul finished seventh in the high jump (6-8¾) at Grand Valley State in Allendale, Michigan. In the process, Jean-Paul became the first Flyer in nine years to garner indoor and outdoor All-America honors.
NAIA Championships: Mike Blaszczyk, of St. Francis, qualified for the finals in the 5,000-meter run (15:36.92) after placing 12th in the preliminaries in Gulf Shores, Alabama.
Women’s Track & Field
NCAA Division II Championships: Lewis’ Megan Marchildon set a school record in placing fifth in the pentathlon (5,114 points) at Grand Valley State.
NAIA Championships: St. Francis’ Chelsea Rimington was third in the shot put (47-4½) in Gulf Shores, Alabama. Isi Edeko added a 14th-place showing in the triple jump (36-11) for the Saints.
Compiled by Josh Krockey