Wednesday’s softball roundup
Updated: May 9, 2012 10:39PM
Andrew 10, Stagg 0: No.8 Andrew shut out Stagg as Katie Christner hit a homer and doubled. Sister Kelly Christner went 2-for-3 with a triple, double, and two RBI.
Aurora Central 4, Marian Central 3: Jami Dahl was tough on hitters all day, going 5 1/3 and giving up just one earned run and scattering seven hits.
Bartlett 4, Metea Valley 0: Tori Burke (13-3) earned the win for No.19 Bartlett, pitching a complete game and giving up four hits while striking out four. She was also 2-for-3 from the plate with a double and two RBI.
Chicago Christian 3, Montini 1: Becky DeRuiter earned the win, throwing a complete game while allowing just one earned run and striking out four. Megan Glynn went 2-for-3 with a homer and Trisha Belgrave finished with a double and RBI.
Conant 5, Schaumburg 0: The No.2 Cougars relied on a complete game, five-hit shutout from Briana Cavin to get the win. Rachel O'Malley jacked a homer.
Curie 16, Ag. Science 6: Mia Melendez (11-3) pitched a complete game to earn Curie the resounding win.
Huntley 2, Jacobs 1: Haley Spannart threw a complete game, allowing just a run and five hits in the Huntley win.
Kennedy 9, Morgan Park 6: Yamara Rodriguez's 3-for-4, 6-RBI performance helped clinch the Red South championship for Kennedy. Nicole Radtke struck out 10 in the win.
Joliet Catholic 1, Bishop McNamara 0: Joliet Catholic squeeked past Bishop McNamara behind seven innings of work from Mallory Goulding. She allowed just three hits and struck out four. Haley Gerl had a double and RBI.
Lakes 6, Deerfield 0: Kaela Bryant knocked a two-run triple and Megan Massie tallied an RBI for Lakes.
Manteno 10, Wilmington 1:The No. 5 Panthers (30-0, 14-0 Interstate Eight) remained perfect on the year and so did Brooke Stulga (26-0), throwing a complete game, giving up just one earned run, seven hits, and striking out 12. She also went 1-for-4 with 2 RBI.
Phillips 22-21, Wells 3-0: Phillips (13-3, 11-0 Public White) showed off its bats in game one as Erica Gonzaelz was a perfect 4-for-4 with a homer and six RBI and Zemoria Jernigan (3-for-3) smashed four RBI. Gonzalez picked up where she left off in game two, knocking in five runs and stealing four bases.
Regina 1, Niles West 0: Niki Richards showed guts and determination, outlasting the Wolves in a tight game. She threw all seven innings and scattered four hits while striking out five. Her performance opened the door for Michaela Schukie to hit the game-winning RBI.
Sandburg 6, Bolingbrook 1: Amanda Barna earned the win for the Eagles, giving up a run and three hits while sitting down eight batters. Candice Koch went 1-for-4 with a double, three RBI, and a stolen base.
Seneca 8, Coal City 5: Allison Coughlin had a dominant performance, finishing 4-for-4. Sarah Radtke jacked a grandslam.
Seton Academy 16, Holy Trinity 6: Ebony Davis finished with two hits, three RBI, and three RBI. Anrian Rogers knocked in four runs and scored twice during the offensive explosion for Seton Academy.
Shepard 10, Eisenhower 4: Melissa Kelly struck out eight in the Shepard win. Franchesca Graffeo went deep to help spark the offense.
Waubonsie Valley 7, Lake Park 2: Amanda Minahan had a big game for Waubonsie Valley, going 3-for-4 with a double and three RBI. Jessica Sarch finished 2-for-3 with two RBI.
West Chicago 6, WW South 5, 8 inn.: Tara Rayos lifted West Chicago (18-10) to victory with the game-winning RBI. Rachel Johnson finished 2-for-4 with 2 RBI and a triple.
Willowbrook 4, Morton 1: Darian Pelsor pitched Willowbrook to the win.
Yorkville 11, Sycamore 1: Sarah Saffold helped power Yorkville's offense, going 2-for-3 with a double and RBI. Lauren Rhodes went 2-for-4 with a triple and two RBI.