Monday’s baseball roundup

Bishop McNamara 15, Clifton Central 1 – The Fightin’ Irish (4-0) continues its tear, as winning pitcher LJ Kurek (2-0) went all five innings, striking out eight. Dylan Anderson went 3-for-3 with a double and three RBI, while Max Gilmore went 2-for-2 with four RBI.

Brother Rice 10, Lyons 4 – Andrew Dyke and Ryan Kutt each drove in three runs for the Crusaders (5-1), while Danny Paluch brought in two runs. Mike Schalasky (2-0) earned the win, giving up no runs and one hit while striking out six.

Coal City 14, Prairie Central 0 – Ricky Collins got the win for the Coalers (4-0). He struck out six batters and walked two.

Corliss 9, Perspectives-Calumet 4 – The Trojans’ hot start (6-1-1) continues as Asaiah Miller (1-0) got the win.

Crete-Monee 4, Eisenhower 3 – In the seventh inning, Devaugh Couch got the game-tying hit for the Warriors (1-2), and then Blake Milburn drove him in for the one-run lead. Logan Kent struck out all three batters he faced to get the save.

Deerfield 9, Von Steuben 1 – Thomas Shimamoto (1-1) was the winning pitcher for the Warriors (1-3).

De La Salle 6, Shepard 5 – Nick Pettigrew and Sean Rickert each had two hits and drove in two runs for the Meteors (1-3). Jalen Davis pitched 5 2/3 innings with six Ks for the win.

DePaul Prep 7, Niles North 5 – The Rams (1-2) were led by Drew Thomas, who went 3-for-4 with a double and five RBI.

Glenbard South 11, Boyd County (Ky.) 6 – Pitcher Dillon Brambora picked up the win for Glenbard South, Andrew Wronga went 4-for-5 with a double, triple, three runs and two RBI.

Hubbard 20, Bowen 4 – Josh Myorga (1-0) got the win for the Greyhounds (3-0).

Kelly 8, Bogan 0 – The Trojans (1-0) were led by Aaron Gonzalez’s (1-0) six strikeouts.

Lincoln Way-Central 3, St. Laurence 0 – Ryan Tiska pitched a complete game and struck out 10 for the Knights (1-3). Cam Post hit a double and drove in a run.

Lockport 5, Lemont 4 – Ben Wishba went deep for the Porters (2-0). Tyler Nasser went 3-for-4 with an RBI, and Davis Purviance went 2-for-3 with a double and two runs.

Montini 4, Grace Christian (NC) 1 – Chris Syregelas (1-0) struck out six and got the win for Montini (5-0). Alex Luca hit a double in his 2-for-4 day at the plate.

Mount Carmel 8, Lane 3 – Malik Carpenter hit a triple and a double and drove in two runs as the Caravan (4-0) defeated Lane. Ako Thomas went 1-for-4 with a double and RBI, and Aaryn Chandler (2-0) got the win, striking out five, walking one and allowing three runs in four innings.

Mundelein 10, Crystal Lake Central 2 – The Mustangs (6-1) had plenty of offense in their win over Crystal Lake Central, as Reese Dolan and Zack Zagula each hit homers and Luke Peterson went 4-for-4. Nick Brune was the winning pitcher.

Plano 11, Earlville 0 – The Reapers (1-2) were led by Marcus Ramirez’s two doubles, two RBI and four runs. Carlos Martinez (1-1) struck out five and got the win.

Reavis 4, Tinley Park 1 – Lael Robles (2-1) had himself a day, pitching a complete game, allowing no earned runs and striking out 12. At the plate, he hit a double and drove in two runs. Drew Moscato hit a home run and got two RBI for the Rams (2-4).

Richards 8, Harlan 7 – Nick Mejia went 3-for-4 at the plate with two RBI for the Bulldogs (2-0). Ryan Renken (1-0) got the win.

St. Rita 15, Kenwood 1 – Tyler Halas tripled and smacked a grand slam amidst a six RBI game for St. Rita (8-0). Matt Lenzen (2-0) threw a complete game and struck out six. Shane Peisker had a double and RBI for the Mustangs.

Sandburg 7, Oak Lawn 3 – Winning pitcher Marco Babic threw a complete game and yielded just one run as Sandburg (2-0) rolled past Oak Lawn. Branden Comia went deep for a two-run HR, Dan Dziadkowiec got two RBI and Jim Roche drove in one run.

Stagg 5, Marian Catholic 1 – Mike Bibbiano (2-0) pitched six innings, allowing only one run and striking out four for Stagg (3-1). The Chargers’ Brett Stratinsky had two RBI and Josh Nowak went 2-for-3 with a run and RBI.

Taft 10, Schurz 0 – Pitcher Fred Fitte got the win for the Eagles.

T.F. South 11, Thornton 0 – The Rebels (3-2) were led by Andrew Bernas (1-1) and his seven strikeouts.

Westmont 7, Nazareth 5 – Jackson Fischer got the game-winning RBI and Charlie Donovan had two hits, one of which was a homer, along with three RBI, three runs scored and a stolen base for the Sentinels (4-1). Winning pitcher Kevin Melvin went five innings.

Young 6, St. Ignatius 0 – Aram Wilkinson struck out eight over six innings to earn the win. Jonathan Eng hit a homer during his 2-for-4 day for the Dolphins (1-2).

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