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updated: 4/12/2013 10:43 PM

No-hitter for Barrington's Nelson

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Senior Scott Nelson produced a 5-inning no-hitter as host Barrington earned a 10-0 victory over Wheeling in an MSL divisional crossover Friday.

Nelson allowed only 1 ball out of the infield and induced 13 groundouts. He struck out one and walked three in improving to 2-1.

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Leading a 10-hit attack for Barrington (5-7) with 2 hits apiece were Nelson, Jake Coon (double, 2 runs, 3 RBI) and Justin Dragosz (3 runs).

Hoffman Estates 8, Hersey 4: Hawks starter Jimmy Ward was effective in his 6-inning stint in an MSL crossover played at Hersey, striking out seven and walking two while allowing 3 hits as Hoffman Estates earned its first win of the season.

Zak Lewandowski went 3-for-3 and drove in a run, Zack Hommowun went 2-for-3 with a double and 2 RBI. Ethan Bloom doubled and drove in a run, and Justin Frame doubled as part of a 7-hit effort by the Hawks (1-6).

Rolling Meadows 5, Schaumburg 4: Mustangs starter Mickey Wazorick pitched 5 innings and Matt Dennis relieved for 1 to earn a save as the host Mustangs hung on for an MSL crossover win.

Mike Dolan went 2-for-3 with a homer and 4 RBI, Alex Niecikowski went 3-for-3 and Dennis doubled and drove in a run for Rolling Meadows (4-3-1).

Max Paolicchi went the distance and took the loss for Schaumburg, which got a double and RBI from both Josh Rahn and Jack Holden, and a home run from Brayden Teele.

Palatine vs. Prospect: The teams played three innings and were tied at 3-3 before play was suspended.

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