Friday’s roundup

BASEBALL

Fenwick 1, Marengo 0 –Kevin Forde had 11 strikeouts and gave up two hits to give Fenwick (1-0) the win over Marengo.

Niles North 5, Southridge (Ore.) 0– Winning pitcher Cam Benesch struck out nine while only giving up one hit over five innings as Niles North topped Southridge.

Niles North 6, Ringgold (Pa.) 2– Jack Foreman gained four strikeouts in three innings during Niles North’s (6-0) double header win over Ringgold. Tyler Egan went 2-for-4 while collecting three RBI.

SOFTBALL

Hampshire 11, Elgin 1–Haley Widmayer recorded six strikeouts, giving up two hits in four innings for the Whip-Pursas they defeated Elgin. Peyton DeChant hit a triple for Hampshire, while Lauren Egger and Aly Snider each had a double.

ROSEMONT

Antioch 12, Jacobs 5 – Hannah Cook struck out eight in Antioch’s win over Jacobs. Hannah Skoog hit a double and two RBI as Annie Wagner went 3-for-4 while also finishing with an RBI for the Sequoits.

Antioch 17, St. Viator 4– Jessica Tyrell hit a home run along with three RBI and a double during Antioch’s victory over St. Viator. Winning pitcher Stephanie Bonaguidistruck out four for theSequoits whileJill Everett hit a double.

BOYS VOLLEYBALL

Addison Trail d. Hoffman Estates 25-21, 25-16– Zach Vaca and Alex Dickmann each had five kills, while Vaca also picked up four digs in Addison Trail’s (1-1) win over Hoffman Estates.Kevin Andrews led in assists with 17, andArlind Rojba recorded seven digs and two aces for the Blazers.

BARRINGTON

Brother Rice d. Deerfield 25-20, 25-18 – Spencer Scott tallied six kills, and Garrett Dederichs made five blocks as the Crusaders (1-1) defeated Deerfield at Barrington.

GIRLS WATER POLO

LINCOLN-WAY EAST

Lincoln-Way Central 5, Lincoln-Way North 3– The Knights took out Lincoln-Way North in Game 2 of theLincoln-Way East Tournament.Cailey Davern netted two goals forLincoln-Way Central (3-3), and Erin Kay made 13 saves and an assist.

Lincoln-Way Central 14, Lockport 3– In Game 1 of the Lincoln-Way East Tournament, Delaney Shepard led the way with five goalsas the Knights defeated Lockport.Cailey Daver tallied three goals whileErin Kay made eight saves for Lincoln-Way Central.

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