Thursday’s baseball roundup

Andrew 6, Plainfield North 5 – John McLaughlin got the game-winning hit for Andrew (2-0).

Aurora Central 4, Lisle 1 – Chargers pitcher Matt Rahn struck out eight over four innings for the win.

Aurora Christian 2, Plano 0 – RD Lutze and Drew Wagner combined to no-hit Plano. Lutze struck out nine and Wagner struck out five. Eagles lead-off hitter Tanner Dissell went 2-for-3 with a run.

Coal City 16, Clifton Central 2 – Jack Scerine got three hits and six RBI for the Coalers (3-0).

Corliss 19, Carver 5 – Aisaih Miller got two hits and drove in three runs as Corliss (3-1-1) topped Carver. Trojans pitcher Tirenz Riley struck out seven in four innings and earned the win.

Illinois Lutheran 12, Momence 10 – Illinois Lutheran won its opener despite trailing at three different points during the game (the Chargers were down 3-0, 7-2, and 10-7). Evan Falk hit three doubles and Joey Kendrick (1-0) pitched two innings of relief for the victory.

Indian Creek 6, Ottawa Marquette 4, 8 inn. – Chris Pickwell got three hits in an extra-inning win for Indian Creek (3-1). Trevor Guerra went 1-for-3 with two RBI. Jake Wieseler (1-0) got the win with five strikeouts over three innings.

Joliet Catholic 2, Lincoln-Way North 1 – Drake Fellows yielded only one run over six innings while striking out eight, but he picked up the no decision as Danny Ehrsam’s one inning of relief earned the win. The Hilltoppers’ Nick Dalesandro went 2-for-2 with an RBI.

Lincoln-Way West 12, Joliet Central 0 – Trevor Sallie struck out ten and earned the decision in Warriors win over Joliet Central. Adam Knerr went 3-for-3 with a 2-RBI double.

Montini 4, Lyons 2 – Alex Luka had six Ks over three innings to get the win for Montini (2-0). Jake Pestel also hit a home run for the Broncos.

Mount Carmel 9, Bremen 3 – Ako Thomas hit three doubles and Josh Stowers hit a triple as Mount Carmel (3-0) handled Bremen. Caravan pitcher Nelson Muñoz (2-0) pitched five innings, allowing three runs off four hits and a walk. He struck out eight.

Nazareth 11, Guerin 1 – Matt Flach went yard and Joe Muscolino went 2-for-3 in the Roadrunners (4-0) win over Guerin. Chris Campagna (2-0) struck out eight and got the win.

Niles North 3, Haverford (Pa.) 2 – Tony Granato pitched four innings and got the win for the Vikings (4-0).

Notre Dame 2, Evanston 0 – Sam Ferri and Shaun Polakow each drove in a run for the Dons. Scott Kutschke (2-0) earned the win.

Oswego 11, Naperville North 3 – Colton White hit two doubles and drove in three runs as Oswego beat Naperville North. Winning pitcher Carter Turnquist allowed three runs over 5 2/3 innings but struck out nine.

Reed-Custer 8, Beecher 2 – Winning pitcher Brent Headrick (2-0) had eight strikeouts over six innings to earn the win for Reed-Custer. Jordan Walden recorded three hits and three RBI.

Sandburg 10, Lemont 0 – Sean McShane had two hits and two RBI as Sandburg (1-0) defeated Lemont. The Eagles’ Jim Roche struck out five over four innings.

Shepard 4, Harlan 3 – Rick Mundo pitched and got the win, as he didn’t allow a run in the 1 2/3 innings he threw for the Astros (2-0).

Stagg 12, Reavis 2 – Brett Stratinsky and Josh Nowak each had a double, two RBI and three runs as the Chargers dominated Reavis.

Vernon Hills 15, Northridge 0 – Conor McNamara hit a homer and drove in two runs for the Cougars.

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