Tuesday’s baseball roundup

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Andrew 14, Thornridge 0 – Ramon Padilla had three hits and drove in three runs for the Thunderbolts (7-10, 1-2 Southwest Suburban Red).

Argo 10, Hubbard 0 – Brendan Krob hit a homer for the Argonauts (4-9).

Brother Rice 4, Marist 3 – Ryan Kutt hit a home run, Mike Massey had two hits and Jack Guzek (2-0) allowed two earned runs over six innings as the Crusaders rolled.

Carver 11, South Shore 6 – Luis Tarvlies drove in three runs for the Challengers (3-0).

Crete-Monee 8, Bloom 6 – Kennedy Price hit a home run for the Warriors (9-8, 4-1 Southland).

Glenbrook North 15, Deerfield 5 – The Spartans (14-3, 3-0 Central Suburban North) continue to roll as Michael Oh earned the win, Danny Ahern drove in four runs and David Burnside scored four times.

Goode 7, Urban-Prep Englewood 6 – Jairo Mandujano struck out 16 for the Knights (2-2, 2-2 Ron Santo).

Kennedy 10, Perspectives-Calumet 0 – Mike Morales (3-0) got the win for the Crusaders (6-3).

Lincoln-Way Central 19, Thornton 0 – The Knights (9-8, 3-0 SouthWest Suburban Red) routed Thornton. Scott Labine (1-1) pitched a complete game with six strikeouts, Eric Ramos hit a home run and Cam Post hit two doubles.

Lincoln-Way West 10, Bradley-Bourbonnais 0 – Joe Paparelli had three RBI for the Warriors (14-2) and pitcher Trevor Dalio didn’t allow a hit.

Lockport 5, Joliet Central 0 – Cole Bellair threw a complete game for the Porters (10-5). Stephen Hill went 2-for-2 and Ben Wishba had two RBI.

Loyola 18, Fenwick 2 – The Ramblers won in a rout as Jack Yalowitz drove in two (and got the win on the mound), Thomas Smart had three hits and Liam McKeough drove in four.

Maine South 14, Niles West 9 – The Hawks (8-4) were led by Matt Whitelaw, who went 4-for-5 with two RBI, and Jake Startelli, who had three hits and two runs.

Minooka 8, Plainfield East 2 – Nick Petrak and Hayden Lacynski each drove in two runs for the Indians.

Mount Carmel 22, Washington 0 – Scott Kapers went 2-for-3 with a home run, double and four RBI for the Caravan (17-1). Alec Thomas also hit a home run, and Zion Pettigrew hit a double with two RBI. Sam Johnson (1-0) earned the win, going four innings. He struck out six and allowed just two hits.

New Trier 4, Waukegan 1 – The Trevians (9-3-1) got a solid effort from pitcher Tim Fox. He threw five innings and struck out six. Jake Reynolds hit a two-run homer.

Oak Lawn 3, Reavis 1 – Chad Cwik got the win for the Spartans (10-9). He pitched six innings, struck out five and allowed three hits and five walks. John Roberts went 3-for-3 with a double and an RBI and Ivan Georgelos had two RBI.

Plainfield North 15, Oswego 5 – Josh Heckman and Jason Pacanowski each hit home runs for the Tigers (11-4). Kyle Strepek (5-0) threw five innings, allowing five runs but striking out 13.

Richards 11, Eisenhower 0 – Angelo Smith went the distance on the mound for the Bulldogs (8-7, 5-3 South Suburban Red). He struck out nine.

Ridgewood 15, Walther Christian 5 – Winning pitcher Keith Kerrigan only went three innings but he struck out eight for the Rebels (7-11, 4-4 Metro Suburban East).

Warren 8, Stevenson 4 – Jalen Powe hit a home run and drove in three runs for the Blue Devils (12-6, 3-2 North Suburban Lake). Andrew Hill got the win, struck out seven and also hit a home run.

Waubonsie Valley 5, Glenbard East 1 – Nick Price recorded a triple, RBI and stolen base for the Warriors.

Westmont 10, Lisle 4 – Matt Alisauskis hit a homer and drove in four runs for the (13-4, 3-2 Interstate Eight). Austin Loehman pitched a complete game and allowed four runs.

Yorkville 11, Rochelle 1 – Cameron VanBoekel put the Foxes (15-4, 3-0 Big 12 East) threw a complete game, struck out seven and got the win.

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