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Sports Roundup for May 27, 2014

Updated: June 29, 2014 6:17AM



Softball

Class 3A Bremen Regional

Tinley Park 14, Hillcrest 0: Sam Alberto (2-for-2) had a double, three-run homer and five RBI to steer Tinley Park (20-5) in the five-inning semifinal. Annalisse Scott struck out eight in tossing a perfect game for the Titans.

Class 3A De La Salle Regional

De La Salle 19, Comer 0: Kaity Krol (8 strikeouts) pitched a no-hitter and Kaitlin Murray homered twice to lead De La Salle (17-10) in the five-inning contest.

Class 3A Lemont Regional

Lemont 15, Ag. Science 2: Rylie Jay (HR) and Maddy Vermejan each went 2-for-2 with two runs and three RBI to pace Lemont (22-10) in the five-inning tilt.

Class 4A Lockport Regional

Lockport 8, Romeoville 1: Halle Hollatz belted a three-run homer and Ally Howard (2-for-3, run) had a two-run single for Lockport (26-8-1). Winning pitcher Justine Cielenski tossed five innings of two-hit ball and struck out seven.

Class 4A Marist Regional

Marist 10, Washington 0: Madison Naujokas (2 runs) hit a two-run single and Brooke Wyderski added a two-run double to vault Marist (27-8-1). Zariya Gonzalez threw a three-hitter and struck out five for the RedHawks in the five-inning game.

Baseball

Class 3A Rich East Regional

Rich East 14, Rich South 10: Anfernee Morris (4-for-5) had four runs and four RBI to lead Rich East in the quarterfinal.

Non-Playoff

Hinsdale Central 3, Lincoln-Way West 2: Ryan Hastings and Ben Zordani had RBI singles to aid visiting Lincoln-Way West (29-6).

Reavis 3, York 1: Lael Robles’ run-scoring single and Joe O’Hara’s RBI double highlighted a three-run first inning for host Reavis (17-17). Jose Romero (3 innings, 3 hits) and two relievers combined to allow six hits for the Rams.

Marist 1, De La Salle 0: Ryan Kairis scored on John Carmody’s sacrifice bunt in the top of the seventh to boost Marist (20-14). Robert Hovey surrendered four hits in pitching a complete game for the RedHawks. Kevin Shimkus went 2-for-3 to lead De La Salle (20-13).

Boys Volleyball

Brother Rice Regional

Brother Rice 25-25, Illiana Christian 12-15: Kevin Myren had eight kills and Zach Rothstein added six digs for Brother Rice (34-2) in the semifinal. Trevor Dekker had eight assists, four kills and three digs for Illiana Christian (13-15-1).

Richards 25-25, Eisenhower 22-20: Ed Karalius had eight kills for Richards (22-9).

Joliet West Regional

Joliet Catholic 16-25-25, Minooka 25-22-23: Aron Goeken finished with 37 assists and Tony Allen had 20 digs for Joliet Catholic (22-14). Blake Reardon added 13 kills for the Hilltoppers.

Marian Catholic Regional

Lincoln-Way North 25-25, Marian Catholic 12-11: Austin Faller dished out 20 assists and Brad McFarland had eight kills to spark Lincoln-Way North (32-4). Temi Onayemi posted seven kills to lead Marian Catholic (10-24).

Lincoln-Way West 26-28, Marist 24-26: Mike Wexter (20 assists) and Jon Adlington had nine kills apiece to power Lincoln-Way West (28-7).

Mount Carmel Regional

Mount Carmel 25-25, Hubbard 15-14: Andrew Jacobs’s six kills and Adam Williams’ six digs led Mount Carmel (10-16).

St. Rita Regional

St. Rita 25-25, Argo 22-23: Tim Dunleavy’s nine kills keyed St. Rita (7-28). The Mustangs also received eight digs from John Regan and seven kills from Nick Spallina.

Sandburg Regional

Sandburg 25-25, Stagg 17-13: Ian Zalewski totaled 16 assists, five aces and three kills to direct Sandburg (28-8). Erik Krause added 15 digs for the Eagles and Paul Chmura had 10 kills.

Lincoln-Way Central 25-25, Providence 17-21: Mike Kulinski had 22 assists for Lincoln-Way Central (23-13). Kyle Nelson and Adam Sargis tacked on nine kills each for the Knights.

Minor League Baseball

Slammers game suspended: The Joliet Slammers series opener Tuesday night against the Washington Wild Things that started with lightning in the background was suspended in the fourth inning after a second downpour at Silver Cross Field. The game will resume at 5 p.m. Wednesday as part of a doubleheader with Washington ahead 6-1 in the bottom of the fourth. The second game is scheduled to be seven innings.

Compiled by Josh Krockey



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