Tuesday’s baseball roundup
Updated: April 3, 2012 10:23PM
St. Laurence 2, P.K. Yonge (Fla.) 1: Brad Wood was 2-for-3 with a RBI for No.1 St. Laurence (11-0).
Oak Park-River Forest 4, Glenbard West 3: Sam Cottingham-Beard recorded the win for No.4 Oak Park-River Forest (7-1). Jack Picchiotti was 2-for-3, putting the Huskies over the top with a walk-off home run.
Simeon 2, Harrisburg 0: Simeon kicked off its Spring break roadtrip defeating downstate Harrisburg. The No.14 Wolverines (9-2) got a tremendous pitching performance by Darius Day (4-0), who threw a complete game and struck out 10. Ro Coleman and Corey Ray each scored a run, while Elbert Dunnigan drove in an RBI.
Bremen 13, Hillcrest 0: Jesse Vasquez went four innings, allowed two hits, and struck out five for Bremen (10-5, 2-0 South Suburban Red). Niko Garofalo led the offense, going 2-for-2 with a homer, two RBI, and two runs scored.
Brother Rice 4, WW South 0: Kyle Bernaciak's (1-0) five-inning, three-hit performance helped the Crusaders (7-2) edge WW South. Dom Albenese paced the offense with two RBI.
Evergreen Park 14, Eisenhower 0: Mike Reuter (3-for-4, two RBI, two runs) and Jack Ryan (3-for-3, three RBI, run scored) helped Evergreen Park (4-5, 2-0 South Suburban Red) cruise past Eisenhower. Chance Emlund (1-1) earned the win on the mound.
Glenbrook South 10, Wheeling 0: Ryan Brander (five IP, hit, five k's) pitched the Titans to the easy win.
Gordon Tech 4, Maine East 0: Mike Malave (1-0) kept Gordon Tech (11-1) on the winning track with 4 2/3 innings of work, scattering four hits and striking out two.
Herscher 11, Beecher 0: Herscher (11-3) used the arm of Matt Webber (2-1) to blank Beecher. Webber went five innings, allowing five hits and striking out five.
Holy Trinity 8, Seton 5: Leo Silva pitched a complete game in the win for Holy Trinity. He allowed just two earned runs while George Anaya had a solid day with the bat, finishing 2-for-3.
Huntley 6, Glenbard East 0: The duo of Mike Byrne (2-for-3) and Bryce Only (2-for-3, RBI, SB) helped lift Huntley to the win.
Lake Park 1, Streamwood 0: Christian Taugner was a beast on the mound, throwing a complete game, giving up five hits and punching out seven.
Lake View 5, Kenwood 4: Lake View (4-6) picked up a tight nonconference win as it got a stellar performance from pitcher Justin Montalbo (2-3). Montalbo threw a complete game and struck out seven.
Lincoln-Way Central 15, Joliet Central 0: The Knights easily defeated Joliet Central as Alex Lesiak (1-0) pitched six no-hit innings and struck out seven. Josh Reid helped pick up the offensive load, finishing 2-for-3 with two RBI.
Little Village 7, Westinghouse 0: Little Village (3-0) stayed undefeated behind the dominant pitching of Manny Villegas. Villegas earned his first win of the young season, allowing just one hit and striking out 16 in a complete-game performance. Juan Brizuela was 2-for-3 and scored four runs, while Jaime Valdez was 1-for-2 with a triple and two RBI.
Loyola 3, New Trier 2: The Ramblers (2-9) shocked No.3 New Trier behind Michael Madigan's complete-game, two-hitter. He also allowed just one earned run. Danny Rafferty hit the game-winning RBI.
Maine South 4, Notre Dame 2: The Hawks (5-3) edged out the Dons as Patrick Alosio (3-0) threw a complete game, allowing two runs and five hits. Jimmy Frankos provided support from the plate, finishing 2-for-3 with an RBI.
Mundelein 6, Lake Forest 0: Jared Mandel pitched 6 1/3 innings and punched out nine batters for No.15 Mundelein. Nate Avis finished 2-for-3.
Niles West 6, Von Steuben 1: The No.16 Wolves (9-1) knocked off Von Steuben behind a great outing from Jason Meger (2-1), who went 6 1/3 innings, allowing an earned run and striking out eight.
Oak Lawn 13, Shepard 4: Nick Mozwecz was good enough for Oak Lawn (6-4, 2-0 South Suburban Red), going 3 1/3 innings and allowing one earned run on four hits while striking out five.
Oswego 2, Plainfield North 1: Parker Meek threw a complete game, including eight strikeouts, in the win for the Panthers.
Reavis 15, Argo 1: Josh Arnold (3-1) allowed no earned runs and just five hits in the win for Reavis (5-6). David Beltran had a big game from the plate, going 3-for-3 with four RBI.
Taft 20, Senn 0: Taft continued its fast start to the regular season as pitcher Alex Rodriguez helped the Eagles (9-0) roll in nonconference play. Rodriguez gave up one hit and struck out nine in the win.