Wednesday’s baseball roundup

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Barrington 13, Palatine 3: The Broncos (13-6, 5-0 Mid-Suburban) were led by Jimmy Day, who went 2-for-3 with a two-run homer and double. Jake Coon was 2-for-2 with a three-run homer.

Brother Rice 8, St. Ignatius 4: Mike Massey (3-for-4) went deep and finished with two RBI and a run for the Crusaders (17-4, 5-1 Catholic League): Max Hughes (1-for-2) had a double and two RBI.

Corliss 9, Perspectives-MSA 3: Tirenz Riley pitched six innings and struck out 13 in the win for Corliss (12-4-1, 5-2 Ernie Banks).

Homewood-Flossmoor 16, Eisenhower 1: Bryce Gray was dominant from the plate for Homewood-Flossmoor (11-2, 3-0 Southwest Suburban Blue) finishing 2-for-3 with a homer and four RBI. He also scored twice. Jeremy Orbik picked up the win in two innings of work, allowing an earned run and striking out four.

Glenbrook South 11, Glenbrook North 10: Ben Samborn (2-for-4) knocked in the game-winning run for Glenbrook South (10-5, 4-0 Central Suburban).

Lake View 9, Northside 3: Lucas Moskiewicz went six inning and struck out eight in the win for Lake View (5-11, 2-3 Jackie Robinson North). Humberto Baca was 4-for-5 from the plate.

Lindblom 16, Phillips 4: Daniel Johnson had an all-around performance for Lindblom (6-1-1, 5-0 Ernie Banks), pitching a complete game that included five strike outs. He also finished 2-for-2 with a homer, double, and two RBI.

Maine South 5, Deerfield 4: Steve Sakowicz belted a two-run double for the win for the Hawks.

Morgan Park 8, Solorio 7: Winning pitcher Christian Bullock ripped a grand slam for Morgan Park. Dantrell Lucas finished 1-for-3 with a double and RBI.

Morton 12, Morgan Park Academy 0: Alex Paez (2-for-3) came up big for the Mustangs (5-10), blasting a three-run homer and tallying four RBI.

Mount Carmel 6, De La Salle 0: Aaryn Chandler (4-0) was dominant for Mount Carmel (18-1), pitching six innings and allowing no runs and only three hits. AJ Lewis (2-for-3) had a double and Jeremy Houston (1-for-3) knocked in two runs.

Mundelein 9, Lake Forest 2: Reese Dolan finished 2-for-3 and smashed a two-run long ball for Mundelein. Nick Stricker chipped in with a 3-for-4 performance that included a double.

Nazareth 1, Joliet Catholic 0, 10 inn.: Brandon Bossard scored the game-winning run for the Roadrunners.

Oak Forest 12, Lincoln-Way Central 2: Jim Smyth (2-for-4, two RBI, run scored) and Luke Heniff (1-for-3, double, three RBI, two runs scored) were key components in the Oak Forest slugfest. Jim Christian (3-0) picked up the win after six innings of work in which he surrendered two earned runs, six hits, and three walks while fanning nine.

Plainfield East 16, Minooka 6: Nick Torres helped power Plainfield East’s offense, going 3-for-4 with five RBI. Cole Lynch (3-for-4) tripled and tallied two RBI while Mike Sullivan went 2-for-4 with two RBI.

Plainfield North 18, Oswego 0: Josh Gamer and Jake Dunham each finished 3-for-3 and knocked in four runs apiece for Plainfield North (12-4). Josh Heckman (1-for-2) homered and collected three RBI. Matt Vanek (3-2) got the win on the bump after five innings of work in which he did not allow a hit and struck out eight while walking just two.

Riverside-Brookfield 13, IC Prep 3: The Bulldogs were led by a 3-for-4, three-RBI performance by Brian Kulaga.

Robeson 12, Air Force 2: Trevon Johnson had a monster game for Robeson (6-3, 5-2 Ron Santo) going 3-for-3 with two homers and six RBI. Devonte Crowder (3-0) struck out seven in the win.

Tinley Park 7, Stagg 4: Cody McArthur (2-for-3) was responsible for knocking in four runs for Tinley Park.

Warren 8, Stevenson 7: Chris Mathie (2-for-2, double, two RBI) helped Warren (13-6, 4-2 North Suburban Lake) scrape past Stevenson. Scott Gordon earned the win.

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