Wednesday’s baseball roundup

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Bishop McNamara 10, Paxton-Buckley-Loda 0 — Pitcher LJ Kurek got the win for Bishop McNamara (2-0) over Paxton-Buckley-Loda. The Fightin’ Irish cruised after scoring seven runs in the top of the first inning and three more in the second. Chance Marcotte went 3-for-3 with a triple, two runs and three RBIs. Dylan Post and Ethan Arrigo each went 2-for-3, and Kurek (1-0) threw all five innings, allowing three hits, two walks and striking out eight.

Brother Rice 8, Oak Forest 0 — Mike Schalasky and Andrew Dyke each hit home runs in the Crusaders’ win over the Bengals.

Coal City 14, Pontiac 3 — Coalers pitcher Brad Littleton got the win and went 3-for-4 in his team’s win over Pontiac.

Nazareth 8, IC Prep 0 — Donald Kelly won his first decision of the season, striking out seven and allowing only one hit in four innings. Nazareth (3-0) also had Brandon Bossard go 2-for-3 with two doubles and two runs, and Carson Bartels went 2-for-2.

St. Rita 18, Bloomington 0 — The Mustangs improve to 5-0 after routing Bloomington. Matt Ryan was the winning pitcher and Mateo Zunica, Marty Bechina and Christian Pearl each went deep. Bechina added a triple for good measure.

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