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Mundelein's baseball team stayed red-hot on a cold Tuesday.

Mitch Schulewitz pitched 5 no-hit innings, striking out nine, as the Mustangs opened North Suburban Lake Division play with a 12-0 win over host Lake Forest in six innings.

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Mundelein -- whose 9-0 start to the season included a combined perfect game thrown by sophomore call-up Nick Brune (5 innings) and Spencer Ryan against Chicago Lake View on Saturday -- were led offensively by Mike Metz, who went 3-for-4 with a double.

The Mustangs' Luke Adams was 2-for-3 with a triple. Derek Parola (double) and Thomas Gandolfi also had a pair of hits, while Zach Osisek and Ryan Hollander contributed doubles.

Warren 8, Lake Zurich 2: Indiana-bound Austin Foote struck out 14 batters in 5 innings, but the Bears wasted his effort.

Warren's Adam Reuss kept the Bears hitters off balance with good stuff through five innings, striking out six, and the Blue Devils broke open a tie game with 6 runs in the seventh in the North Suburban Lake opener.

Lake Zurich's Dom DeMicco came up with a clutch two-out triple in the bottom of the fifth to drive in Joey Holtz and Anthony Drago and tie the score at 2-2. But Warren answered in the seventh.

Nick Orslini led the way for the Blue Devils, as he went 3-for-4 with a double, home run and 3 RBI. Matt Burch was 2-for-5 with a run scored.

Nick Jones had a double for Lake Zurich (1-5, 0-1).

Foote (2 runs, 3 hits, 5 walks), who got a no-decision, struck out Warren's first six hitters to start the game.

Warren's Kyle Kennedy threw 2 scoreless innings in relief to notch the win.

Carmel 4, Cary-Grove 1: Tyler Murphy went 2-for-3 with a double, home run and 2 RBI, as the Corsairs improved to 3-1 with the nonconference victory.

Matt Ryan was 3-for-3 for Carmel, and Brett Milazzo added a double. Quieten Sefcik (2-0) got the win on the mound, pitching 5 innings and striking out nine.

Cary-Grove fell to 4-2.

Grant 32, North Chicago 3 (5 inn.): Simeon Lucas led the Bulldogs, hitting a 3-run home run, 3e-run triple and 2-run double to finish with 3-for-3 with 8 RBI.

Doug Murphey got the win for Grant (2-1).

Stevenson 4, Zion-Benton 0: Matt Allen pitched the complete game shutout for the Patriots, allowing 4 hits and striking out eight.

Tony Heiser led Stevenson (1-1) with a double.

Antioch 4, Grayslake Central 2: Colin Prather went 1-for-3, and Nick Muskat was 1-for-2 as the Sequoits won their season opener.

David Meade got the win on the mound, pitching all 7 innings. He struck out five, walked two and allowed 5 hits.

Vernon Hills 15, Round Lake 0 (5 inn.): Pat Crowley got the win in the North Suburban Prairie opener, allowing 2 hits while walking three and striking out four. Ryan Erchinger pitched 2 scoreless innings in relief.

The Cougars provided lots of offense, as 10 different players reached base. The offense was paced by Dylan McNamara who doubled, tripled and had 4 RBI. Crowley, Jordan Freibrun and Brett Peterson each went 2-for-2 for Vernon Hills. Crowley and Freibrun also had 1 RBI apiece.

Ryan Newman (2-for-2) doubled for Round Lake.

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