Monday’s baseball roundup
Updated: April 23, 2012 10:47PM
Mount Carmel 7, Brother Rice 6, 8 inn.: Jeremy Kravetz struck out six, giving up eight hits and six runs, in a complete game for No. 1 Mount Carmel (22-0, 8-0 Catholic Blue). Sam Kint and Dan Pappas were each 2-for-3 with a two-run homer, and Jerry Houston was 4-for-5 with two doubles and one RBI to spark the offense.
St. Laurence 3, Providence 2: Brad Wood had one strikeout and gave up two hits in one innings of work to pick up the win for No. 2 St. Laurence (22-1-1, 8-0 Catholic Blue). Zach Lewis had two RBI and Dan Cronin provided the game-winning RBI.
Lincoln-Way North 8, Bradley-Bourbonnais 0: Mike Miller (5-0) struck out six and gave up one hit to lead No. 13 Lincoln-Way North (16-5). Josh Hanozik helped out with two hits, and Alex Neufeld had one triple and drew two walks.
Aurora Christian 2, Aurora Central 0: Bobby Kuntzendorf had seven strikeouts and gave up two hits in four innings of work for Aurora Christian (16-5, 6-2 Suburban Christian Gold). Jake Hanson was 2-for-4 with one double and two RBI.
Ag. Science 10, King 9: Prince DeMarco hit a two-run homer and Ryan Kull supplied the game-winning RBI.
Andrew 17, Thornton 3: Steve Carrabatta (4-for-4, three runs scored) and Dan Durkin (2-for-4, three RBI) led Andrew in the rout.
Barrington 5, Hoffman Estates 2: Frank Waliczek struck out six in a complete game, giving up three hits and two runs, to earn the win for Barrington (15-6). Macray Poidomani (3-for-4), Ryan Lidze (2-for-3, two RBI) and Aaron Foley (3-for-4, one RBI) carried much of the offense.
Coal City 7, Plano 0: Brandon Willis struck out six, walked two and gave up four hits in a complete game for Coal City (12-10, 5-3 Interstate Eight).
Corliss 17, Bowen 2: Maurice Webb (1-0) had five strikeouts for Corliss (15-8, 5-2 Ernie Banks) to earn his first win of the season. He was also 2-for-3 with two doubles and two RBI.
De La Salle 8, Bishop McNamara 4: Anthony Shimkus starred for De La Salle (14-8), finishing with 14 strikeouts to earn the win, and went 5-for-5 two doubles.
Fenwick 5, Gordon Tech 1: Sam Ainsworth (2-for-3, one RBI) and Ryan Fitzgerald (2-for-3, one RBI) led the way for Fenwick (12-8).
Foreman 10, Chicago Academy 1: David Santo (4-for-5) and Devonte Love (3-for-4, one triple, two doubles, four RBI) led Foreman (5-7, 3-2 Jackie Robinson Central) in the rout.
Fremd 8, Schaumburg 5: Jack Andersen (5-1) struck out four and walked four in six innings pitched for Fremd (12-8, 5-2 Mid-Suburban West).
Glenbard South 2, Timothy Christian 1: Roger Dydra (6-1) struck out six and walked two in a complete game for Glenbard South (12-8, 5-2 Metro Suburban), giving up two hits and zero earned runs in the win.
Herscher 7, Wilmington 1: Matt Webber (5-1) had six strikeouts and gave up five hits, including one home run, in six innings pitched en route to picking up the win for Herscher (21-4).
Hersey 5, Wheeling 1: Mike Danielak (5-1) finished with eight strikeouts and gave up two hits in the win for Hersey (14-5, 4-3 Mid-Suburban East).
Illiana Christian 6, Riverside-Brookfield 0: Branden Mulder (5-1) had eight strikeouts and gave up four hits in a complete game effort for Illiana Christian (14-5).
Illinois Lutheran 12, St. Anne 2: Sam Geraci had eight strikeouts, walked two and gave up one earned run in a complete game for Illinois Lutheran (15-5, 7-1 River Valley). He was also 3-for-3 with one triple, one double, two RBI and three runs scored.
Kenwood 6, Curie 1: Jose Hinojosa had seven strikeouts in six shutout innings for Kenwood (8-9). Zachary Givins (2-for-2, one RBI) and DJ Langston (1-for-3, one double, one RBI) helped push the offense.
Lake View 9, Mather 8: Marino Cantu picked up the win for Lake View (6-12).
Lincoln-Way Central 5, Bolingbrook 0: Grant Bartell (1-for-3, two RBI, one double) and Lucas Jones (2-for-4 with one double and two runs scored) led the way for Lincoln-Way Central (12-8).
Lincoln-Way East 10, Joliet Central 0: Kyle Henderson (2-3) struck out seven and gave up just one hit for Lincoln-Way East.
Lemont 8, T.F. South 1: Jake Latz had 12 strikeouts and gave up two this in six innings pitched for Lemont (11-5). Tyler Jay (2-for-4, one double, four RBI) and Kylie Milinowsich (2-for-4) led the way on offense.
Leo 11, St. Francis de Sales 1: Phillip Byrd (8-3) struck out seven, walked five and gave up five hits in the win for Leo (14-11, 3-1 Catholic Red). James Fagin was 2-for-3 with two truples and five RBI.
Lisle 10, Westmont 5: Ty Howell was the winning pitcher for Lisle, in addition to going 3-for-4 behind the plate.
Little Village 7, Juarez 6: Gabe Torres had 10 strikeouts in a complete game for Little Village (9-3). He also had two RBI and two runs scored, and Jairo Padilla supplied the game-winning RBI.
Manteno 6, Reed-Custer 1: Mark Reardanz (6-1) gave up four hits in four and two-thirds innings to pick up the win for Manteno (22-2, 6-2 Interstate Eight). He was also 2-for-4 with two doubles and one RBI, while Derrick Hosselton was 2-for-4 with two doubles and two RBI.
Marist 3, Marian Catholic 2: Bryan Polak was 3-for-4, including hitting the game-winning double, to lead the way Marist (17-5). Ryan Meyer helped out going 2-for-4 with two doubles.
Naperville North 12, West Chicago 2: Mariano Long pitched a ten-strikeout two-hitter to pick up the win for Naperville North.
Oak Lawn 3, Richards 2, 8 inn.: Nick Mozwecz (2-for-3, one run scored) and Bob Kametas(2-for-3, one RBI, one double) helped Oak Lawn (14-6, 8-1 South Suburban Red) pull out the win.
Perspectives-Calumet 11, Lindblom 0: Robert Robinson gave up one hit in four innings to earn the win for Perspectives-Calumet (8-13, 4-3 Ernie Banks). Steven Robinson was 3-for-4 with one home run, one double and three RBI to lead the offense.
Ridgewood 12, Elmwood Park 3: Connor Gibson was 4-for-5 with five RBI, and the winning pitcher, to lead the way for Ridgewood.
St. Rita 3, Loyola 1: Scott Thomas (1-1) had two strikeouts, giving up zero hits and four walks in six innings pitched for St. Rita (16-5, 7-1 Catholic Blue). Jake Shepski had one strikeout in one innings of work to earn the save. Mike Zunica and Anthony Ray had one RBI apiece.
Seton 9, Hales 1: Nick Tanniehill (2-3) had 12 strikeouts and gave up five hits in a complete game for Seton (7-16, 2-2 Catholic Red). Bryson Westbrook (2-for-4, one RBI, one run scored, one stolen base), Ta'Shaun Grubbs (1-for-2, one triple, one RBI, one run scored) and Aron Evans (1-for-3, two RBI) led the offensive charge.
Schurz 25, Marshall 1: James Brock struck six in three shutout innings for Schurz (10-7, 7-0 Jackie Robinson Central) in the rout. Geo Acebedo led the offensive attack, finishing 3-for-4, including a grand slam, with seven RBI.
Simeon 10, Harlan 3: Shane Brown (4-1) struck out 12 and gave up one hit in six innings pitched for Simeon (15-6, 5-1 Jackie Robinson South). He was also 2-for-3 with a three-run double, while Ro Coleman was 2-for-4 with one double and four RBI.
T.F. North 15, Rich South 5: Sergio Eqsquivida (2-2) had nine strikeouts and gave up five hits in five innings pitched for T.F. North (10-13, 1-9 South Suburban Blue):. He was also 3-for-3, while Fransisco Galvin (4-for-4, one RBI) and Bill Wilson (3-for-4, one RBI) helped push the offense, as well.
Thornwood 13, Thornridge 4: Mike Beters had five strikeouts in a complete game effort for Thornwood (3-16). He was also 2-for-3 with three RBI, while Geral Stroman was 2-for-3 with two runs scored.
Urban Prep West 11, ACE Tech 3: Ben Reed had seven strikeouts in the win for Urban Prep West (7-1, 4-0 Double Duty Radcliffe). Malike Savage was 2-for-4 with three RBI.
Vocational 13, South Shore 3: Shashimen Eiland (2-2) had 12 strikeouts and gave up three runs in the win for Voacational.
Von Steuben 9, Payton 0: Joe Plaud had 11 strikeouts, surrendering four hits in a complete game for Von Steuben (10-13, 3-4 Jackie Robinson North). Julian Calixto (2-for-4, one two doubles, four RBI) and Anthony Hall (3-for-4, two doubles) to push the offense.
Willowbrook 9, Morton 4: Darian Pelso and Sam Schmidt both supplied home runs for Willowbrook.
Young 14, Jones 4: Dan Dilloda was 4-for-4 with a triple and two RBI to lead Young (14-8, 5-2 Jackie Robinson South).