Monday’s baseball roundup

Ag. Science 5, Hubbard 2: Tom Gleason (2-0) tossed a complete game, striking out 11 and Kevin Glenn went 2-for-2, with a home run and four RBI for Ag. Science.

Herscher 10, Reed-Custer 0: Tyler Fisher (2-1) hurled a two-hitter with seven strikeouts for Herscher.

Kelly 17, Hancock 1: Juan Jaime (2-for-3) drove in four runs for Kelly.

Lane 12, Northside 1: Thomas Kempf went 2-for-3 and knocked in two runs for Lane.

Lockport 13, Thornridge 3: Mike Stevens pitched six innings, allowing three hits while striking out 11 for Lockport (7-4).

Loyola 7, DePaul Prep 1: Jack Yalowitz struck out 15 to pick up the win for Loyola (7-3).

Minooka 6, Joliet Catholic 2: Tyler Talbot allowed four hits and struck out five in a complete game performance for Minooka. Logan O’Brien drove in two runs for the Indians.

Mount Carmel 18, Fenwick 8: Nick Wheeler (3-for-3) drove in eight runs and Ako Thomas (1-for-2) added a home run with three RBI for Mount Carmel (11-1).

Oak Lawn 7, Richards 5: Liam Blake drove in two runs with a double to seal the victory for Oak Lawn.

Plainfield North 10, Montini 0: Josh Garner (1-1) allowed one hit over five innings of work and struck out nine to guide Plainfield North. 5 IP, H, 9 K. Jason Pacanowski added home run and two RBI for the Tigers.

Providence 11, Bishop McNamara 0: Justin Hunniford knocked in three runs and Jimmy Jeffries drove in two for Providence (10-2, 1-0 Catholic Blue).

Riverside-Brookfield 8, Fenton 2: Kyle Fitzgerald went 2-for-2, driving in two runs and stealing two bases.

Romeoville 8, Plainfield Central 2: Kyle Massaro went the distance on the mound and struck out seven to earn the win for Romeoville.

Simeon 9, Young 2: Jamary McKinney tossed six innings, allowing five hits while striking out seven to earn the victory for Simeon (8-2, 1-0 Jackie Robinson South.Jalin MacMillan (2-for-3) drove in three runs and Dion Earls (2-for-2) added two RBI for the Wolverines.

Solorio 1, Kenwood 0: Brain Alvarez struck out 10 in a complete-game effort for Solorio.

Somonauk 6, Newark 3: Nick Saltzman (4-0) tossed a two-hitter, striking out 12 and went 2-for-3, with two RBI to power Somonauk.

St. Rita 4, De La Salle 2: Joe Gazzi went 3-for-4 and drove in a run for St. Rita.

Willowbrook 4, Addison Trail 3: Trey Jones drove in the game-winning run for Willowbrook.

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