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Moberg homers in WW South victory

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WW South 9, Glenbard South 2;

Justin Kelly drove in 4 runs and Zach Moberg homered for the Tigers (5-3) in their nonconference win over Glenbard South (5-2). Rich O'Neil pitched into the sixth inning to earn the victory. Ethan Gasbarro went 3-for-3 with a double and home run for the Raiders.

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Lake Park 11, Buffalo Grove 1:

A 6-run top of the sixth broke open the game for the Lancers (6-1). Eric Vatch and Carlos Aguayo each had 2 hits and combined for 5 RBI. Starting pitcher A.J. Colantonio notched the win.

Wheaton Academy 5, Elk Grove 4:

The Warriors (1-4) notched their first win with a stunning 4-run rally in the bottom of the seventh. John McKenna and Dylan Razee singled home runs before Kyle Uitermarkt won it with another RBI single. Greg Bradford pitched 3 innings of relief for the win.

Wheaton North 12, Lemont 9:

The Falcons (7-1) pounded out 16 hits and scored in five of the six innings they batted. Ryan Kent drove in 3 runs, Greg Scandora went 4-for-4 and Johnny Peltz went 3-for-4 with a home run. Lake Bachar also went 3-for-4 and had 4 RBI. Stephen Crane's 4 innings of relief earned him the win.

Willowbrook 10-7, Morton 0-12:

The Warriors (3-5, 1-4) rolled to the five-inning Game 1 victory behind a 9-run fourth inning, and set themselves up for a split in the West Suburban Gold doubleheader. Cal Moltzan, Brian Johnson and Jake Cady each had 2 RBI. Tyler Vavrek went 3-for-3. Winning pitcher Dave Cericola struck out 10 and scattered 4 hits.

Lisle 11, Timothy Christian 8:

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Naperville Central 11, Stevenson 1:

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Naperville North 9, Oswego 3:

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Benet 14, Oak Lawn 0:

The Redwings (5-3) scored all their runs in the first three innings of their five-inning win. Chris Whelan went 3-for-3 with 3 RBI and Pat McInerney launched his fourth home run of the season. McInerney struck out six and scattered 4 hits over 5 innings.

Downers North 6-2, Lyons Twp. 3-3:

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Downers South 7-1, Hinsdale South 6-11:

Kevin Raher's 2-run homer in the bottom of the sixth rallied Downers South (8-3, 4-1) to victory in Game 1 of the West Suburban Gold doubleheader. Don Buonavolanto, who had 4 RBI, and winning pitcher Matt Reschke homered for Hinsdale South in the second game.

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