Friday’s baseball roundup

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Andrew 18, Joliet Central 8: Ramon Padilla (4-for-5) belted two RBI for Andrew (5-5). Tom Bushnell was 4-for-4 with three RBI and Colin Winston was 3-for-4 with four RBI

Coal City 7, Peotone 6: Brad Littleton smacked two doubles for the Coalers (11-2) and scored two runs.

Glenbard South 8, Ridgewood 6, 8 inn.: Tim Marks came through for Glenbard South (6-2, 2-1 Metro Suburban West) in the extra-inning affair, finishing 2-for-5 with a double and two runs.

Huntley 10, Belvidere North 6: Jake Liebman (2-for-4) powered Huntley with a home run and two RBI. Brandon Meyer (2-for-3) also connected on a long ball and tallied two RBI and two runs scored.

Kaneland 12, Marmion 5: Austin Wheatley finished 2-for-4 with a double and an RBI for Kaneland (4-4). He also scored three runs and stole two bases. Joseph Panico also went 2-for-4, including a homer and double good for four RBI. He crossed home plate twice. Ryan David picked up the win in seven innings of work allowing five runs on three hits while walking two and striking out five.

Lincoln-Way West 10, Oak Lawn 5: Ben Zordani helped power the Warriors with a 2-for-3 effort that included an RBI and two runs scored.

Minooka 2, Plainfield North 1: Brad VanAsdlen was the workhorse for Minooka (3-7, 1-2 Southwest Prairie), pitching seven strong innings, striking out and walking two batters while scattering seven hits. Brandon Rossiter doubled and knocked in two runs.

Niles North 10, Payton 0: Jack Foreman (2-0) was solid for the Vikings (10-2), going four innings and striking out three while walking the same amount. Tyler Egan (2-for-3) homered and had three RBI. Tony Granato (2-for-2) also homered.

Notre Dame 9, New Trier 4: The Dons benefited from big performances from Mike Ferri and Tim Simon (2-for-2, 2B, 2 RBI each). Dylan Hyde blasted a two-run double and Scott Kutschke picked up the win in three innings of work in which did not allow a run, scattered two hits and fanned three.

Plainfield East 10, Oswego 7: Plainfield East edged Oswego thanks to a double and homer from winning pitcher Cole Lynch. Lynch threw three innings, giving up three hits and two walks while striking out four. Joe Antonopoulos also had a big day from the plate, finishing with three hits, two of them doubles, an RBI and two runs scored.

Taft 15, Kenwood 5: Marc Gonzalez had a spectacular game for the Eagles (6-0), going 4-for-5 and knocking in five runs.

Waubonsie Valley 17, East Aurora 1: Waubonsie Valley put on a hitting clinic against East Aurora, led by Joey Spano who homered, doubled, and singled, accounting for three RBI.

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