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.
Hampshire 11, Elgin 1 – Haley Widmayer recorded six strikeouts, giving up two hits in four innings for the Whip-Purs as they defeated Elgin. Peyton DeChant hit a triple for Hampshire, while Lauren Egger and Aly Snider each had a double.
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 Bonaguidi struck out four for the Sequoits while Jill Everett hit a double.
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, and Arlind Rojba recorded seven digs and two aces for the Blazers.
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 Central 5, Lincoln-Way North 3 – The Knights took out Lincoln-Way North in Game 2 of the Lincoln-Way East Tournament. Cailey Davern netted two goals for Lincoln-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 goals as the Knights defeated Lockport. Cailey Daver tallied three goals while Erin Kay made eight saves for Lincoln-Way Central.