Thursday’s softball roundup

Ag. Science 11, Morgan Park 1: Sam Peron (3-for-4) hit a home run, tripled, drove in three runs and scored three runs for Ag. Science (8-3, 5-3 Red-South).

DePaul Prep 14, Lakeview 0: Sara Lynch punched out eight to pick up the victory for DePaul Prep.

Downers South 12, WW South 0: Caroline Hedgcock (2-for-3) hit a homer and a double while driving in two runs to power Downers South (15-0, 3-0 West Suburban Silver).

Elmwood Park 14, Timothy Christian 3: Judi Aldote (3-for-4) ripped a two-run home run for Elmwood Park.

Joliet Catholic 13, Wilmington 6: Alyssa Callans homered, doubled and drove in four runs to guide Joliet Catholic.

Kaneland 16, Yorkville 3: Paige Kuefler and Morgan Webber each homered and knocked in three runs for Kaneland.

Lincoln-Way Central 20, Thornwood 0: Naidelyn Medina (4-for-4) and Nicole Rota (3-for-4) each drove in three runs for Lincoln-Way Central.

Lincoln-Way East 12, Stagg 0: Jenny Van Geentry went 2-for-5 with a home run and three RBI to lead Lincoln-Way East (10-2, 4-0 SouthWest Suburban Blue).

Lincoln-Way West 15, Lincoln-Way North 7: Dani Morgan and Mac Mahy each drove in three runs and scored twice.

Luther North 14, Hope 2: Charlotte Laflaur recorded three RBI for Luther North.

Maine South 9, Waukegan 1: Sabrina Argaez (1-for-2) hit a home run and drove in four for Maine South (8-4).

Manteno 11, Sandwich 1: Jackie Beck pitched five innings, surrendering one earned run on one hit and striking out six. Amber Daly and Amiee Holcomb each added two RBI for Manteno.

Morris 4, La Salle-Peru 3:Melissa Benson drove in two runs for  Morris (14-6).

Niles West 7, Evanston 6: Gianna Mahoney (3-for-4) knocked in the game-winning run for Niles West.

Oak Forest 13, T.F. South 3: Shannon Coyle blasted a grand slam and three-run home to power Oak Forest (15-6, 10-0 South Suburban Blue).

St. Francis de Sales 14, Josephinum 8: Madeline Vega tripled, doubled and drove in two runs to lead St. Francis de Sales.

Westmont 7, Lisle 6: Alix Mendoza struck out eight to pick up the victory in the circle and went 3-for-3 with two home runs and six RBI at the plate.

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