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WW South pulls away from St. Francis

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WW South 4, St. Francis 2:

With the score knotted at 2-2, the Tigers (4-2) scored a run in the fifth and sixth inning to beat St. Francis (2-5). A two-out error scored the fifth-inning run and Mike Saccucci's sixth-inning RBI single added the insurance run. Brett Streubing was the complete-game winning pitcher.

Glenbard West 6, Conant 1:

The Hilltoppers (1-4) broke open a 2-1 game by scoring 2 runs in the sixth and seventh innings. Luke Domask went 3-for-4 with 3 runs scored and Grant Greeno went 2-for-4. Four pitchers threw at least 1 inning in combining on the victory.

Glenbard East 6, Prospect 1:

Troy Huber struck out eight and walked none in a 5-hitter for the Rams (3-8). Joe Kotch doubled, tripled and scored 2 runs.

West Chicago 15, Addison Trail 3:

The Wildcats (3-3) used an 11-run second inning to cruise to victory over Addison Trail (1-4). Connor Dall went 4-for-5 and Jon Michiels went 3-for-4 with 5 RBI. Starting pitcher Mike Zajac, Grant Hosticka and Antonio Solis combined on the five-inning win.

Wheaton North 9, York 0:

The Falcons (5-1) scored 8 runs in the bottom of the first inning. Ryan Kent went 3-for-3 with a double. Winning pitcher Lake Bachar and River Williams drove in 2 runs apiece.

Glenbard South 10, Fenton 0:

The Raiders (4-1, 2-0) scored 2 runs in the top of the fifth inning to help end their Metro Suburban Conference win early against the Bison. Nate Yangas drove in 3 runs and had 1 of only 4 hits for Glenbard South. Winning pitcher Mike Atkinson scattered 4 hits.

Aurora Central 5, Lisle 4:

Brian Czyl went 2-for-4 and Jeremy Glavanovits doubled and drove in 2 runs for Lisle (2-3) in their nonconference loss.

Nazareth 7, Wheaton Academy 3:

The Warriors (0-2) surrendered 6 runs in the first inning of their nonconference loss. Sam Perna and Dan O'Neill each had 2 hits.

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