Barrington 15, Hersey 2: The Broncos (10-6) put on a dominant hitting display as Anthony DeLaurentis hit a grand slam and Luke Johnson blasted a three-run homer.
Crete-Monee 12, Illinois Lutheran 2: Logan Kent (3-for-4) smacked two doubles for two RBI. Justin Lyons got the win for Crete-Monee (7-7), going four innings and allowing just one hit while striking out five and giving up two walks.
DePaul Prep 14, Seton 0: Carmelo Reyes was cruising on the mound for DePaul Prep (5-9, 2-3 Catholic White), pitching four innings and allowing just one hit while striking out eight.
Holy Trinity 5, Luther North 2: Freshman Jesus Hernandez was solid for Holy Trinity (10-5), pitching five innings and giving up just two earned runs on three hits will striking out eight and walking one. Christian Trejo picked up the save in two innings of work.
Jones 8, Harlan 7: Jordan Jackson came through with the game-winning RBI for Jones (11-2, 3-0 Jackie Robinson South).
Leyden 9, Addison Trail 6: Jeremy Borgess helped power the Eagles (7-6, 6-1 West Suburban Gold) past the Blazers with a 2-for-3 performance that saw him hit a double and knock in three runs. Zack Seymore picked up the save in two innings of work and finished 2-for-2 with two RBI.
Lincoln-Way Central 11, Thornridge 1: Lincoln-Way Central (7-7, 2-0 Southwest Suburban Red) had no trouble scoring thanks to the heroics of T.J. Papousek (3-for-4, double, three runs scored) and Steve Likins (3-for-4, three RBI, run scored)
Lincoln-Way West 6, Andrew 1: Tyler Dallio belted two doubles for three RBI for the Warriors (12-2). Steve Skolarz pitched six innings and surrendered four hits and struck out nine for the win.
Lindblom 15, Washington 6: Harold Daniels spearheaded the onslaught for Lindblom (4-1-1, 3-0 Ernie Banks), finishing 3-for-4 with three doubles and five RBI. Daniel Johnson ripped a triple and compiled two RBI. Roger Tisby went 3-for-4 with four RBI. He also stole three bases.
Lockport 10, Bolingbrook 5: Stephen Hill blasted a two-run homer and Tyler Hair went deep as well for the Porters (9-4). Ryne Travis was 2-for-3 with a double and two RBI. Austin Morales earned the win, allowing just two earned runs off five hits and striking out an incredible 15 batters.
Niles West 6, Niles North 3, 13 inn.: Tyler Stegich was the workhorse for the Wolves (7-3) in the extra-inning affair, pitching 10 innings and allowing three runs on six hits while striking out eight and walking four. Kevin Lochner (3-0) picked up the win in three innings of work in which he only gave up a hit.
Perspectives-Calumet 4, Perspectives-MSA 2, 8 inn.: Hakeem Adebimpe went six innings and allowed just five hits while striking out 11 and walking three for Perspectives-Calumet (8-4, 3-2 Ernie Banks).
St. Joseph 6, Hales 1: Dakota Church (1-0) picked up the win for the Chargers (4-8), pitching five innings and allowing a run and a hit while fanning five.
Schurz 17, Foreman 0: Eddie Ortiz was a key contributor in the onslaught for Schurz (4-5), going 2-for-3 with a long ball and three RBI.
Steinmetz 7, North Grand 6: Raymond Perez was the winning pitcher for Steinmetz (7-6-1, 3-0 Jackie Robinson Central). He helped his own cause with a game-winning two-run double.
Stevenson 11, Round Lake 0: Michael Marches (2-0) was lights out for Stevenson (9-4-1), striking out seven and allowing just one hit and a walk in five innings of work.
Taft 9, Clemente 4: Joe McSeely (2-for-3) knocked in three runs and Mark Gonzalez (2-for-4, triple) was responsible for two RBI. Jack Suwinski threw a complete game in the win for the Eagles (13-1).
Vernon Hills 18, Zion-Benton 17: Connor McNamara had a monster game for the Cougars in the slugfest, going 4-for-6 with a triple, double, five RBI, and two runs scored. Nick Marras was 2-for-4 with an RBI and run scored. Brendan Keogh (2-1) walked away with the win.
Warren 6, Antioch 0: Winning pitcher Ryan Davila (4-0) was 2-for-3 from the plate. So was Chris Mathieu. Michael Rosenberg tallied two RBI.
Westmont 7, Reed-Custer 2: Jackson Fischer had a nice outing for Westmont (12-4, 2-2 Interstate Eight), pitching four innings and allowing two earned runs and three hits while sitting down five batters and walking six. Charlie Donovan (2-for-3) picked up the offensive slack with two doubles, four runs scored and a stolen base.