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Naperville Central opens with 3-hitter against Waubonsie Valley

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Naperville Central 7, Waubonsie Valley 0:

Jeff Schank and Cody Campbell combined on a 3-hitter as the Redhawks topped Waubonsie Valley in the season opener for both teams. Jimmy Nashert doubled, tripled and drove in 3 runs. Nashert and Nicky Lopez each had 3 hits. Warriors leadoff hitter C.J. Lee went 2-for-3.

WW South 6, Hinsdale South 4:

The Tigers (1-1) scored 3 runs in the bottom of the fifth inning to rally from a 3-2 deficit. Eric Giltz went 2-for-4 with a double, homer and 3 RBI. Mike Saccucci went 3-for-3 with a double while Mitch Krafcheck added 2 hits. Connor Ostrander pitched 5 innings to earn the win. Ben Bach finished it off with 2 innings of scoreless relief. Matt Reschke went 3-for-3 with a double and 3 RBI for Hinsdale South (0-1).

Downers North 4, Glenbard East 0:

Lucas Fisher, Danny Miller and Dane Zarnowski pitched a combined 4-hitter for the Trojans (1-0), who scored twice in the first inning. Conner Kopach went 2-for-3 with a double and a triple. Jeff Goergen also had 2 hits. Joe Kotch tripled and walked twice for Glenbard East (1-2).

Wheaton North 3, Nashville-Ensworth, Tenn. 1:

After missing last season due to injury, Falcons senior Tom Colletti returned to the mound and pitched 4 strong innings to earn the win. Lake Bachar and Tom Cassier drove in runs for Wheaton North, which improved to 1-1 on its trip to Nashville.

Downers South 6, Northglenn, Colo. 4:

Zach Taylor and Anthony Vattimo each had 2 hits and 2 RBI for the Mustangs (1-2), who broke a 4-4 tie by scoring once in the sixth and seventh inning in their win in Arizona. Starting pitcher Danny Mayer, who walked three times at the plate, got a no-decision. Winning pitcher Danny Spinuzza struck out five in 2 innings.

Memphis University, Tenn. 4, Neuqua Valley 1:

After the Wildcats (2-1) tied the game in the top of the sixth inning, Memphis University scored three times in the bottom of the inning to seize control. Cody Coll pitched all 6 innings for Neuqua Valley. Alex Wolanski singled home the Wildcats' lone run.

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