Waubonsie Valley 1, Elgin 0:
Ryan Vasicek pitched a two-hitter -- striking out five Elgin batters -- as Waubonsie Valley (5-7) narrowly edged Elgin. A fifth-inning RBI by Zac Steele was the difference for Waubonsie Valley, which got hits from James Palasz and Tyler Josupait.
Metea Valley 10, St. Charles North 2:
Mike Fitzgerald drove in four runs and scored two more to lead Metea Valley (6-5) in a romp over St. Charles North. Andrew Fox went 3-for-4 with 2 runs and 3 stolen bases. Billy Sheeren picked up the win for Metea Valley, striking out six and allowing two runs over five innings.
Joliet Catholic 7, West Chicago 3:
Nate Searing hit a two-run home run, Adrian Nunez smacked a solo shot, and Joliet Catholic rallied past West Chicago (5-11). Zach Bauler drove in two runs for West Chicago, but Joliet Catholic broke a 3-3 fourth-inning tie with four runs in the game's final three innings.
Lisle 6, Westminster Christian 3:
Kevin Coppin drove in four RBI and Ty Howell hit a home run to lead Lisle to a nonconference win over Westminster Christian. Jon Clayton (2-0) picked up the win, allowing three runs and five hits in 4.2 innings. Alex Ventrella pitched 2 scoreless innings to pick up the save.
Geneva 14, Lake Park 4:
Lake Park struggled defensively with four errors, and Geneva scored seven runs in the first two innings. Lake Park was led offensively by a 2-for-3 effort from Nicolas Chaidez, getting doubles from Chaidez, Christian Taugner and Nicholas Turner.
Addison Trail 10, Wheaton North 9:
Jake Schieber blasted a pair of home runs, but Addison Trail (8-6, 3-0) scored four runs in the bottom of the seventh to stun Wheaton North (9-6). Schieber finished with 3 RBI.
Glenbard West 7-4, York 1-10:
Myles Purdom drove in three runs and Ryan Kavanaugh went 3-for-4 to lead a Glenbard West offense that outhit York 13-3. Tyler Curtis (3-0) earned the complete-game victory, allowing one run on three hits with six strikeouts. Will Simoneit added two RBI.
In Game 2, Glenbard West (11-6) committed four errors as York raced out to a 10-1 lead after six innings. Tyler Daton (0-1) took the loss, allowing five runs -- only one earned -- in two innings of work. Tyler Curtis had a double and Grant Greeno was 3-for-4.