Daily Roundup: March 29

Tuesday, MARCH 29 Games

No. 1 Plainfield North 12, Harrisburg 2
Brandon Knox
went 4-for-4 and Josh Garner went 3-for-4 with six RBI for Plainfield North.

No. 3 St. Rita 10, Hanahan (SC) 4
Max Franklin
went the distance for his second win, Ray Hansen went 3-for-4 with three RBI and Danny Gleaves hit a home run for St. Rita in the H.I.T. tournament in Charleston, SC.

No. 3 St. Rita 13, Colleten County 2
Luke Bechina
gave up two hits in four innings and Charlie Rodriguez had a three-run triple for St. Rita.

No. 6 St. Charles North 1, Aynor (SC) 0
Jack Lambert
struck out seven in four perfect innings and Brendan Joyce (2-for-4) scored the game’s lone run on Kyle Novotney’s third-inning fielder’s choice.

No. 7 Waterloo 9, Wheaton Warrenville South 0
Tyler McAlister got the win on the mound going 6 innings, allowing 4 hits, 0 earned runs and struck out 7. Jordan McFarland went 3-for-4 with a home-run and 3 RBI to lead the Bulldogs.

No. 11 O’Fallon 5, No. 21 Alton 0
Bradley Harrison
pitched a one-hitter with 11 strikeouts and one walk.

No. 15 Nazareth 10, John Paul II (TN) 4
Joe Muscolino
went 4-for-4 with five RBI and Chris Campagna allowed one run on two hits as the Roadrunners improved to 6-0.

No. 23 Marist 7, Logan (WV) 2
Brian Logan
homered and drove in three for Marist in the Mingo Bay Classic in South Carolina.

Neuqua Valley 8, Collierville 5
Kevin Ringlen
had a two-run single as Neuqua scored six times in the top of the seventh. James Gargano hit a home run for the WIldcats. Danny Wagner struck out seven in three inning of relief to get the win.

Sacred Heart-Griffin 4, Rochester 0
Jack Staten
pitched a four-hitter with six strikeouts and Devin Thomas had two hits and scored twice for Sacred Heart-Griffin.

Warren 9, Notre Dame 0
Ryan Davila
allowed two hits in five innings while striking out seven and Matt Burch hit a three-run homer for the Blue Devils.

Wheaton North 12, Butler (KY) 2
Jackson Gray
homered, doubled twice and had four RBI for Wheaton North. Andrew Nelson added three hits in the victory.

Wheaton North 4, Butler (KY) 3
John Carlson’s
seventh-inning single drove home the tying and go-ahead runs for the Falcons. Zach Colangelo allowed six hits in his complete-game victory.

Joliet Central 16, Rich Central 7
Luke DeBenedetti
went 3-for-5 with three RBI and four runs to pace the Steelmen. Jorge Vega and Ryan King had three hits apiece in the victory.

Rich East 16, Hillcrest 2
Capo Lindsay
struck out 15 in a five-inning two-hitter and went 3-for-3 for Rich East. Ronald Applewhite went 3-for-4 with three RBI.

Sandburg 11, Richards 4
Collin Friedsam
and Kevin Cronin went 2-for-4 with two RBI for Sandburg.

Breese Central 6, Centralia 0
Trevor Kohrman
allowed three hits in six innings and Kolby Schulte went 3-for-4 with three RBI for Breese Central.

Normal West 6, Pekin 5
Nick Watson
tripled home the tying run and scored on Kyle Stork’s squeeze bunt as West won with two in the bottom of the seventh.

Batavia 4, Willowbrook 1
Kyle Niemiec
went 2-for-3 with three RBI for the Bulldogs.

Manteno 4, Simeon 3
Mason Crews
allowed five hits in 6 ⅔ innings and Kyle Mansfield’s first inning RBI single gave Manteno the lead for good.

Shepard 8, Stagg 6
Joe Monahan
and A.J. Alarcon had two hits apiece for Shepard.

Prospect 2, St. Charles East 1
Grant Whitebloom’s
single brought home Richie Baczek with the winning run in the bottom of the ninth. Ben Courtney allowed three hits in five innings and Travis Gates pitched perfect eighth and ninth innings for the win.

Montini 5, Westerville South (OH) 2
Nick Steiner
and Nicholas Malik hit home runs for the Broncos at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex in Orlando.

Grayslake Central 2, Richmond-Burton 1
Memphis-bound catcher Sam Nozicka hit a home run and threw out a base stealer in the top of the seventh to help relief pitcher Griff Edwards secure the win. The Rams borke a 1-1 tie with an unearned run off R-B’s Jake Rosing, a Louisville recruit.

Springfield 3, Glenwood 1
Austin Troemper
and Damian Pierce limited Glenwood to four hits and Pierce went 2-for-3 in the victory.

Wauconda 4, Crystal Lake Central 3
Brian McFarlin
went 3-for-3 and Trevor Sefcik hit a two-run homer in the four-run first inning for Wauconda.

Joliet West 6, Marmion 0
Breven Daugherity
pitched a four-hitter with four strikeouts and no walks.


No. 18 Prairie Ridge 8, Lakes 5

No. 22 Highland 12, Salem 2

Moline 6, Geneseo 5

Bolingrbook 6, Plainfield East 0

Shelbyville 1, Clinton 0

Maroa-Forsyth 14, Heyworth 0

Springfield Southeast 17, Jacksonville 6

Farmington 14, Astoria/VIT 5

South Elgin 9, Buffalo Grove 6

Nitro (WV) 2, Kaneland 0

Kenwood 16, King 4

Woodstock North 11, Alden-Hebron 3

Minooka 10, Yorkville 0

Conant 10, Streamwood 0

Grayslake North 4, Vernon Hills 3

Blue Ridge 7, Monticello 3

Putnam County 10, Midland 0

Flora 2, St. Anthony 1

Elk Grove 13, Dundee-Crown 1

Illini West 12, Biggsville West Central 8

Mt. Vernon 4, Effingham 1

Mt. Olive 4, Pawnee 3

Granite City 17, East St. Louis 0

Henry-Senachwine 9, Peoria Christian 2

Paxton-Buckey-Loda 4, Oakwood 3


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