Monster Daily Roundup: April 20 Games

By Drake Skleba
Senior Writer

For Games of April 20


No.1 Lincoln-Way North 11, Richards 2
Lincoln-Way North (14-0) hammered Richards behind the red-hot bat of senior SS Kevin Smith. Smith homered singled and drove home three Phoenix runs. Smith is now hitting .500 on the season with a pair of homers and 22 RBI. Senior Drew Korosic hammered a bases-clearing triple and sophomore LHP Kyle Ostrowski (4-0) allowed two runs and two hits while striking out nine to pick up the win.

No. 2 Mundelein 17, Lakes 4
Mundelein (15-0) crushed Lakes in a North Suburban Conference crossover on Saturday. The undefeated Mustangs were led by SIU-bound Will Farmer and Mike Metz. Farmer was 4-for-4 and Metz was 3-for-3 to lead Mundelein. UIC-bound Mitch Schuluwitz chipped in with three hits.

No. 12 Jacobs 6, Waukegan 5
Jacobs (11-2) won a ten-inning thriller over Waukegan when Danny Vandewalker’s walk-off double won it for the Golden Eagles. Connor Conzelman homered, had two singles and drove home three, to lead the Jacobs attack. It was the fourth homer for Conzelman.

Grant 8, No. 12 Jacobs 4
Grant (10-3) scored seven runs in the third inning to stun the Golden Eagles in Jacob’s second game of the day on Saturday. Junior C Simeon Lucas had a double and three RBI to lead the Bulldog attack. University of Missouri-bound Jake Ring chipped in with two singles and an RBI for Grant. Jacobs (11-3) was led by Golden Eagle 2B Grant Kale who was 4-for-4 with a run scored and an RBI.

No. 14 Harrisburg 7-3, DuQuoin 3-7
Harrisburg (18-3) won the opener of this SIRR crossover twin-bill on Saturday. Senior RHP Cody Hall fired a complete-game at the Indians with seven strikeouts. Hall helped himself with a pair of RBI. DuQuoin (15-6) took the nightcap behind Indian senior RHP Austin Mansker (2-1) who also drove home an Indian run. Seniors Travis Chapman and Brendan Fred also plated runs for DuQuoin.

Edwardsville 8, Lincoln 2
Edwardsville (12-6) rolled past the Railsplitters behind the booming bat of Jordan Heckler. Heckler singled, doubled and plated four Tiger runs on Saturday. Alex Meyers had a big two-run single and RHP Matt Rolens (1-0) fired four scoreless innings, striking out five to pick up the win.

Edwardsville 5, No. 17 Metamora 2
Edwardsville (13-6) made it eight consecutive wins, defeating the 17th ranked Redbirds. Alex Meyers had a 2-for-2 day at the plate with two RBI to lead the Tiger attack. St. Louis University-bound Drew Curtis chipped in with two hits and two runs scored. RHP Cole Hagen held the hard-hitting Redbirds to just three hits and two runs in his five-inning performance. Metamora falls to 13-4.

No.17 Metamora 12, Streator 0
Metamora (14-4) rebounded behind LHP Dylan Mullins, who fired a five-inning no-no at the Bulldogs. Mullins (3-0) fanned 12 in his masterpiece. Alec Skender had two doubles a single and four RBI to lead the ‘Bird attack. University 0f Arizona-recruit sophomore Trent Johnson and Brendan Nachtrieb each had two hits and two RBI.

Johnson leads the Redbirds in hitting at a blazing .537 clip with six bombs and 23 RBI. Skender is at .492 with five homers and 33 RBI for the smokin’ Redbirds. Johnson is 4-0 on the mound with a 1.62 ERA.  

Western Big 6

No. 4 Rock Island Alleman 3-10, United Township 2-0
Rock Island Alleman (15-0; 6-0) swept United Township in East Moline on Saturday. United Township (6-6; 1-5) gave the Pioneers a battle in game one. Senior John Tracey ripped a clutch two-out RBI double in the top of the eighth to win it for Alleman. University of Illinois-bound RHP Cody Sedlock went the distance, striking out 12 to improve to 4-0 on the season.

In game two, the Pioneers coasted to a six-inning win. Tracey continued his great day with two more hits and three RBI to lead Alleman. Senior LHP Tyler Ledezma (4-0) fired a three-hit shutout with eight punch-outs. Ledezma helped himself at the plate with a perfect 3-for-3 day with two ribbies.

Galesburg 11-12; Rock Island 4-2
Galesburg (15-5; 5-1) rolled past Rock Island on Saturday sweeping the WB6 twin-bill and kept pace with Alleman. Silver Streak staring and winning pitcher Connor Cheesman went the distance firing a four-hitter at the Rocks. Both runs were unearned. On Saturday the WB6 game-of-the-year will take place at Rock Island Alleman between the Streaks and the Pioneers beginning at 11.

Big 12

Bloomington 8-3, Urbana 7-0
Bloomington (13-6; 3-0) slipped past Urbana in the Big 12 conference opener and then completed the sweep with a white-washing of Urbana in the nonconference second contest.

Danville 6, Decatur Eisenhower 0

Danville (6-5; 1-2) won its first Big 12 contest in Decatur on Saturday behind a one-hit shutout from Viking ace Chase Thurston (3-0).

Catholic Blue

No. 3 St. Rita 5, Loyola 0
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No. 7 St. Laurence 12, No. 9 Providence 1
St. Laurence (14-3; 7-0) destroyed Providence in New Lenox on Saturday. Senior RHP Zach Lewis pitched and hit the Vikings past the defending CCL-Blue champs. Lewis (3-2) allowed one run and three hits in his solid six-inning stint for the Vikes. Lewis also had two singles and two RBI at the plate.

Purdue-recruit junior Mike Kornacker was 2-for-2, including a double, and junior Brad Wood scored three runs had two singles and drove home two Viking runs.

No. 11 Mount Carmel 5, Brother Rice 2
Mount Carmel (16-3; 7-0) whipped Brother Rice behind a seven-hitter from University of Kansas-bound LHP Jeremy Kravetz (4-2). Kravetz struck out four. Sophomore Josh Stowers singled and homered to lead the Caravan attack, and sophomore second baseman Ako Thomas had two hits.

Brother Rice (8-5; 2-2) was led by senior Kevin Biondic, who had a perfect 2-for-2 day against the Caravan.   


Mahomet-Seymour 1, Bloomington C. Catholic 0
Mahomet-Seymour’s (10-2; 2-0) Dusty Rittenhouse fired a three-hit masterpiece at the Saints in Bloomington on Saturday. Rittenhouse struck out four and did not walk a batter. The Bulldogs were only able to muster one hit against BCC’s ace Sean Coonan but it was a game-winner from DH Jack Rettig. Rettig singled home courtesy-runner Colton Anderson with the lone run of this super game.

DuPage Valley

Glenbard North 5, West Aurora 0
Glenbard North (9-4; 6-0) scored five times in the top of the seventh, to stun the Blackhawks on Saturday. Panther senior RHP Patrick Cowley fired a three-hit shutout at West with five strikeouts. Senior Brandon Kressner had a clutch two-out two-RBI single in the top of the seventh.

No.22 Wheaton North 6, Glenbard East 5
Wheaton North (12-2; 5-1) rallied past Glenbard East on Saturday in Lombard. The Falcons tied the game at 5-5 in the top of the seventh and then won it in the eighth on an RBI single by Wheaton College-bound John Peltz. For Peltz, the game-winner was his third hit of the game and his second ribbie. Lake Bachar continued his torrid streak at the plate with two more hits and two RBI. Bacher (5-0) also picked up the win on the mound for the Falcons with three solid innings in relief.

No.18 Naperville Central 4, Wheaton Warrenville South 3
Naperville Central (9-3; 4-1) rallied past the Tigers scoring the tying-run in the bottom of the seventh and then winning it on a walk-off single by Brendan Daley. Jeff Schank chipped in with a double and an RBI while RHP Zach Aranoff fired two hitless innings in relief to pick up the win.

Wheaton Warrenville South (9-6; 4-2) was led by Mike Saccucci who had a single and two RBI for the Tigers.

East Suburban Catholic

Carmel 4-6, Joliet Catholic Academy 2-3
Carmel (9-2; 4-0) rolled into first-place in the ESCC with a huge sweep of Joliet Catholic Academy (9-7; 2-2) on Saturday. In game one senior RHP Matt Ryan fired a two-hitter the Hilltoppers with five strikeouts. Senior Tyler Murphy singled doubled and plated a pair of runs to lead the Corsairs attack.

In game two Carmel scored three times in the top of the seventh to complete the sweep of JCA. Junior RHP Dalton Wright went the distance allowing two earned runs and seven hits to nail down the game two win. Juniors, SS Quentin Sefcik and C Ian Kristan, each had RBI singles for the first-place Corsairs.

Marian Catholic 15-12, St. Patrick 1-2
Marian Catholic (6-6; 2-2) evened up its overall record and ESCC mark on Saturday. In game one, junior Mike Bainbridge hammered an inside-the-park-homer two doubles and plated four Spartan runs. Senior 3B Brad Bohlen had a five-RBI game for MC. Senior RHP Ryan Waso (2-1) went the distance to pick up the win.

In game two, the Spartan assault continued as junior 1B Patrick Schmidt, had three hits, including a bomb and drove home four. Schmidt was 5-for-7 for the day. Junior Chris Gliotonni chipped in with three RBI. Senior RHP Erik Callaghan (2-0) went the distance for the game two win.

Fox Valley Valley

Prairie Ridge 9, No. 8 Huntley 7
Prairie Ridge (14-5; 6-2) handed the 8th-ranked Red Raiders their first loss of the season. Junior Danny Pecoraro hit a bomb with the sacks full of Wolves in the first inning. Senior Eric Jakubosky had two singles scored two runs and drove in a pair for PR.

Huntley (13-1; 7-1) was led by junior SS Matt Sullivan, who homered and singled and plated a pair of Red Raider runs.

Cary-Grove 2, Crystal Lake South 0
Cary-Grove (12-3; 7-1) handed Crystal Lake South its first defeat of the season behind a six-hit shutout from RHP Brandon McCumber. McCumber struck out three and walked none. McCumber helped himself at the plate with a pair of singles and an RBI. Trojan C Matt Ewert duplicated his batterymate McCumber’s day the plate with two singles and an RBI.

Crystal Lake South (10-1; 7-1) was led by Tyler Hall and Tommy Gaede, who each had two singles to lead the Gators. Hall (4-1) went the distance for CLS allowing two runs and six hits.

McHenry 6-4, Dundee-Crown 4-3
McHenry (10-6; 4-2) swept a pair of one-run nail-biters to stay in the Valley race on Saturday. In game one, Dundee-Crown scored three times in the bottom of the seventh, to tie the game at 5-5 only to lose it in eight on a Jake Glosson RBI single. Jordan Witbeck singled doubled and drove home three to lead the McHenry attack. 

In game two, McHenry scored twice in the bottom of the seventh to stun the Chargers on a walk-off double by Warrior Cole Hoeppel-Tranter. Hoeppel-Trantor’s heroics made a winner out of senior LHP Cody Freund, who fired three innings of one-hit relief against D-C.

Interstate 8 North

Westmont 10, Sandwich 2
Westmont (11-3; 5-1) rolled past Sandwich on Saturday to stay atop the I-8 North standings. University of Michigan-recruit and No.1 2015 SS Charlie Donovan hammered a two-run bomb for the Sentinels.

Interstate 8 South

Manteno 13, Dwight 3
Manteno (11-1; 3-1) crushed Dwight in six innings on Saturday. Junior Drew Nichols hammered a bomb, doubled and plated three Panther runs. The bomb was No. 2 for the talented junior. Senior Nick Kirchschlager had two singles and three RBI. Sophomore Bobby Crockett chipped in with a single and two RBI.

On Monday and Tuesday, the Panthers will meet their I-8 South rivals from Herscher (11-2-2; 2-0-1), in a crucial series. Monday’s showdown will be in Herscher at 4:30. Tuesday the two teams will square off in Manteno. The PBR’s Drake Skleba will have all the action covered in Manteno on Tuesday.


Herscher 8, Stanford Olympia 0
Herscher (11-1-2) blanked Stanford Olympia behind junior RHP Blake Patchett (4-0). Patchett fired five-shutout innings allowing three hits with five strikeouts to get the win. Senior LHP Jimmy Brandt finished up the shutout, with two hitless innings of relief. Senior 1B Braden Muhlstadt singled doubled and plated a pair of Tiger runs to lead the Herscher attack.

Andrean (IN) 6, Herscher 2
Herscher (11-2-2) ran into the No. 3-ranked school in Indiana Merrillville Andrean (9-0) and their ace Zac Ryan. Ryan fired a one-hitter at the Tigers with 14 punch-outs. 

Metro Suburban

Glenbard South 5-14, Timothy Christian4-1
Glenbard South (10-3; 8-1) slipped past TC in game one and then crushed the Trojans in five innings in the nightcap. In game one, Raider starting and winning pitcher Mike Atkinson allowed two runs in six innings to pick up the win and was a perfect 2-for-2 with two RBI at the plate. In game two, a nine-run Raider fourth finished this one early. Justin Joseph was 2-for-2 with two RBI while leadoffman Carl Sanders had two hits including a double and also plated a pair for GBS. Raider starting pitcher Nick Yangas fired a five-hitter at the Trojans. The lone Trojan run was unearned.


Bartonville Limestone 10-5, Morton 6-4

South Suburban Blue

Lemont 13, Tinley Park 6
Lemont (8-3; 7-0) crushed Tinley Park behind junior Mike Wisz, who singled doubled twice and drove home four Indian runs. Senior C Billy Hayes singled doubled, scored two runs and plated two for Lemont.

South Suburban Red

Oak Lawn 10, Eisenhower 2
Oak Lawn (6-7; 5-1) rolled past Eisenhower behind senior LHP Bobby Kametas (3-0).


Crete-Monee 10-13, Bloom 0-3
Crete-Monee (9-3; 5-0) stayed atop the Southland Conference standings with Rich Central (9-3; 3-0), with a sweep of Bloom on Saturday. In game one Warrior starting and winning pitcher Kyle Bumpass (2-1) struck out 13 Trojans in his one-hit shutout.

Southwest Suburban Blue

Lincoln-Way East 4, No. 6 Lockport 1
Lincoln-Way East (9-2; 2-1) rallied past Lockport behind a complete-game gem by Griffin RHP Karl Henderson (2-0). Henderson fired a six-hitter at the hard-hitting Porters. Evan Sandman continued to rip the baseball with two more hits. Griffin 1B Brandon Nathan singled doubled and scored a run.

Lincoln-Way Central 5, No. 5 Sandburg 4
Lincoln-Way Central (8-5; 2-2) rallied past the 5th-ranked Eagles and University of Michigan-bound RHP Brian Pall. Sandburg and Pall took a 4-2 lead into the Knight half of the seventh. The Knights proceeded to score three against the Eagle pen to pull out this thriller.

Knight senior leadoff man Lucas Jones, ripped an RBI single to pull the Knights within 4-3. The Knights tied it on a force-out off the bat of the bat of senior Austin Korbel. Junior 1B Sean Barry’s sac-fly, scored junior Pat Michalak and sent the Knight fans dancing in the streets of New Lenox. Sandburg falls to 10-3 overall and 2-2 in the SWSC-blue

Southwest Suburban Red

Andrew 6, Lincoln-Way West 5
Andrew (11-6; 4-0) swept away the Warriors on Saturday in New Lenox. T-Bolts Kevin Walsh, Ryan Supple and Dennis Vilimek all hit safely and plated an Andrew run. Supple had a double. Lincoln-Way West’s (8-5; 1-2) Zach Speaker hammered his second round-tripper of 2013.

Suburban Christian Crossover

Chicago Christian 7, Marian Central Catholic 2
Chicago Christian (17-2; 7-1) rolled to its eighth consecutive win on Saturday. On Monday, the Knights will host the Game of the Year in the Suburban Christian Conference Gold Division, when first-place Aurora Christian (16-1; 8-0) invadesPalos Heights. ACC’s first-year head coach Sean Bieterman’s Chargers have won 15 in a row heading into Monday’s showdown. The PBR’s Drake Skleba will be in Palos Heights with all of the action.


Aurora Central Catholic 6, Woodland 0

Aurora Central Catholic (15-1) rolled behind senior Phil Schuetz (1-0), who fired six shut-out innings on the mound with 10 punch-outs to pick up the win. Heartland Community College-bound Matt Miller had a perfect 4-for-4 game at the plate. Matt Rahn added three hits, including a triple.

Aurora Central Catholic 10, Ottawa Marquette 6
Aurora Central Catholic (16-1) used a seven-run sixth, all after two outs to rally past Marquette. Matt Rahn (3-0) picked up the win on the mound and Steve Belovich led the Charger attack with three hits.

Upstate 8 River

St. Charles East 5-3; Elgin 0-1
St. Charles East (9-5; 7-2) swept away Elgin on Saturday. In game one, Senior LHP Nick Huskisson, allowed one hit in his five shutout innings of work with six strikeouts to pick up the win. Issac Nimick led the Fighting Saints with two hits, including double and a pair of RBI. Brannon Barry chipped in with a single double and an RBI. In game two, the Saints could only muster three hits but won again behind RHP Trey Dykhuis. Dykhuis fired six scoreless innings at the Maroons allowing three hits and struck out 11. Barry singled home a run for the Saints.

Upstate 8 Valley

Lake Park 8-13 No.15 Neuqua Valley 2-2
Lake Park (11-2; 7-1) stormed into first place in the U8C-Valley by destroying the Wildcats in Naperville on Saturday. In game one, Lake Park smashed Neuqua Valley behind a four-hitter from senior RHP Christian Taugner (3-1). Taugner struck out seven Wildcat hitters. Taugner had two singles, scored two runs and drove home a pair to lead the LP attack. Senior Dom Ramito chipped in with a single and an RBI. Neuqua Valley (9-5; 6-2) was led by No. 9 hitter Josh Piotrowski who singled doubled and drove home a Wildcat run. In game two, the Lancers were led by junior Anthony Gallina, who was 4-for-4 with five RBI. Taugner continued to assault the baseball with two more hits and three RBI.

Bartlett 21-8; East Aurora 0-0
Bartlett (7-2; 6-1) demolished East Aurora twice in Aurora on Saturday. In game one, junior RHP Doug VanDyke and senior RHP Tim McKeague combined for a five-inning no-hitter. VanDyke fired three hitless innings with four strikeouts and McKeague finished up with two hitless innings and six strikeouts. Senior Matt Vitulli had four hits and five RBI while senior Ben Havel also had four hits and drove home four Hawk runs. Junior Trevor Svetic was 3-for-3 with three RBI. In game two, senior RHP Justin Blanchett allowed two hits in his five-inning scoreless stint to pick up the win. Vitulli had two singles a triple and plated three more runs for Bartlett. Havel had a day with a single and three RBI and senior Ryan Karrick chipped in with two hits including a double and two RBI.

Waubonsie Valley 1-1, South Elgin 0-0
Waubonsie Valley (9-5; 6-2) won a pair of heart-wrenching pitchers’ duels to stay in the U8C-Valley race. In game one, junior RHP Tyler Hasper fired a no-hitter with 14 strikeouts. In game two, senior LHP Troy Fumagalli fired a two-hitter at the Storm with 10 punch-outs.

West Suburban Gold

Downers Grove South 12-9 Addison Trail 0-3
The WSC-Gold leaders swept away Addison Trail in a twin-bill at DGS on Saturday. In game one, Downers Grove South (14-3; 10-1) cruised behind a two-hit shutout from University of Minnesota-bound RHP Brian Glowicki. Glowicki (3-2) struck out seven and did not walk a man. Mustang junior Joe Becht hit a bomb and plated a pair for DGS. Javier Martinez, Marty Lyman and Joe Vattimo all drove a pair of Mustang runs.

In game two, the Mustangs were led by Becht, who had three hits scored two runs and drove home two. University of Iowa-bound Zach Burdi had two singles and three RBI and University of Pacific-bound RHP Danny Mayer (4-1) allowed a run on two hits in four innings to pick up the game two win. Mayer had two singles a double and helped himself with three RBI. 

Morton West 3-5, Leyden 1-2
Morton West (7-6; 6-4) edged Leyden behind a four-hitter from senior Eilas McMahon. McMahon fanned six Eagle hitters. Sophomore Anthony Inequez tripled home fellow-classmate Paolo Maietta

with the lead run in the top of the sixth to lead the Mustangs to victory. In game two, the Mustangs completed their sweep of the Eagles 5-2 behind Inequez who allowed one earned run and four hits in 6 1/3 innings to get the win. Marco D’ Angelo singled doubled and drove home two Mustang runs to lead Morton West.

West Suburban Silver

Oak Park 6-3, York 1-0
Oak Park (8-3-1; 6-0-1) swept the defending WSC-Silver champions from York in a twin-bill at home on Saturday. In game one Huskie LHP Ian Luttrell allowed one run and four hits to pick up the victory. Junior RHP Alex Rice fired two hitless innings to finish up the Huskie victory. University of Michigan-bound 1B Nick Kowalczuk led the OPRF attack with two hits, including a double and plated a pair of Huskie runs. Juniors Sam Cottingham-Beard and Keith Rogalla each had perfect 3-for-3 days at the plate. Rogalla had an RBI.

In game two, Huskie senior RHP Henry Cappell fired a two-hit shutout, with eight strikeouts. Rice gave Cappell all the runs he would need when Rice launched a two-run bomb in the bottom of the first. York falls to 7-8 overall and 4-7 in the WSC-Silver.

Glenbard West 4-8, Lyons Township 3-9
Glenbard West stunned Lyons Township in game one. The Lions were able to garner a split, with a 9-8 slug-fest win in game two. In game one Glenbard West (6-8; 4-7) won a thriller behind the Hilltoppers junior LHP Grant Greeno and sophomore catcher Will Simoneit. Greeno out-dueled Lyons Township LHP Alex Vannucci. Greeno fired a six-hitter with 8 strikeouts. Prescott struck out 12 in his complete-game performance. Simoneit had two doubles and two RBI to lead the GW attack. Lyons Township (8-4; 4-3) was led by junior C Sam Heilenbach who had a perfect 3-for-3 day at the plate with a double and two RBI.

In game two, University of Michigan-bound RHP Keith Lehmann (4-0) pitched and hit the Lions to a split of the WSC-Silver twin-bill. Lehmann allowed four runs and six hits to pick up the game two win. Lehmann had two singles, a double and drove home two Lion runs at the plate and junior 2B Sam Cybulski plated three Lion runs with a single and a double. Mitch Monocchio led the Hilltoppers in game two with two hits and three RBI. 


No. 13 Nazareth Academy 8, St. Joseph 1
Nazareth (14-2-1) trounced St. Joseph behind a solid six-inning performance on the mound from RHP Mike Greene. Greene, shutout the Chargers, allowing just four hits and striking out seven. Mike Noesen had a single and drove home two Roadrunner runs.

No.16 Normal West 5, Elk Grove 1
Normal West (13-3) rolled past Elk Grove behind a seven-hitter from senior RHP Nick Hieb (5-0). Hieb had nine punch-outs and did not walk a batter. Wildcat senior Josh Appel went deep with a man on for West. It was Appel’s fourth dinger of 2013. WIU-bound C Adam McGinnis plated a Wildcat run with a double.

No. 19 Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin 9, O’ Fallon 4
SHG (11-3) cruised past O’ Fallon behind a two-hit, two-RBI day from Cyclone junior LF Cory Mason. One of Mason’s hits left the premises at Blazier Field in O’Fallon. Junior LF Nolan Aherin also went deep and had two hits and two RBI. 

Lutheran South (MO) 6, Springfield Sacred-Heart Griffin 5

Alton 7-9, Piasa Southwestern 4-0
Alton (15-3) rallied past the Piasa Birds with a four-run seventh inning explosion to take game one. In game two it was all Redbirds behind sophomore Bryan Hudson, senior Ray Baily (4-1) and junior Glen Meyers who combined for a one-hit shutout. In game one, Indiana-bound C Brent Gibbs hammered two doubles and plated three runs to lead the Alton attack. In game two Nick Paulda had two hits and three RBI to lead the ‘Bird attack 

Libertyville 11, Highland Park 1
Libertyville (11-2-1) smashed HP behind the Wildcats No. 8 & 9 hitters. Jimmy Govern continued his clutch hitting with two hits, including a double and had two RBI. No. 9 hitter Noah Greenburg singled and plated a pair of Wildcat runs. Junior C Evan Skoug added two doubles a single and an RBI.

Morris 7, Coal City 2
Morris (11-3) smashed Coal City behind the top three hitters in the Redskin lineup. Leadoff man 

Boomer Matteson had three hits scored two runs and drove home a ‘Skin run. Trevor Lines had three hits and an RBI and Dick Davis had two hits and two RBI. Matt Bernikus also had three hits for Morris.

Niles West 12, Union Grove (WI) 2
Niles West (8-1-1) rolled past Union Grove (WI) on Saturday. Tommy Toledo had a perfect 3-for-3 day for the Wolves with a double and three RBI. RHP Tyler Stegich allowed two runs in his five inning stint to pick up the win on the mound. Wolves LF Joey Younan had two singles and plated a pair of runs.

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