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Unbeaten Mundelein rallies at Meadows

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Mundelein's baseball team had to rally late on the road to keep its undefeated season intact Saturday.

Mitch Schulewitz doubled twice and earned the win in relief, and Ryan Dolan went 3-for-4 with a double, as Mundelein edged Rolling Meadows 12-11 in nonconference play.

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Mundelein, which improved to 13-0, trailed 7-2 after three innings and 8-4 after five. The Mustangs scored 6 runs in the top of the sixth and added two more in the seventh.

The winners also got doubles from Zach Osisek, Luke Adams, Tony Zamora and Thomas Gandolfi.

Lake Zurich 16, Palatine 10: There was plenty of offense for Lake Zurich in a big win over Palatine. The Bears rolled up 12 hits and got a big day out of Dominic DeMicco, who belted a home run and a double while driving in 5 runs. Nick Jones added 2 doubles and 2 RBI for the Bears. Mike Shastany also had a double and James DeGeorge, Austin Foote and Joey Holtz each drove in 2 runs as well. Pitcher Mike Mulder got the win on the mound for the Bears.

Antioch 9, Westosha 3: Jerry LaSaint rolled up 7 strikeouts in five innings pitched to lead Antioch (3-3) to the win. The Sequoits got 2 hits, including a double, from Matt DeJong as well as 2 hits from LaSaint.

Evanston 3, Libertyville 2: Libertyville rallied hard in the bottom of the seventh inning, after going scoreless for the first six innings. P.J. Neumann and Jimmy Govern each drove in a run and Kevin Calamari had a double but it was not enough as Evanston hung on.

McHenry 4, Grayslake Central 3: In nine innings, McHenry outlasted the host Rams, who were hurt by 2 errors in the top of the ninth. Kyle Balling had 2 hits for Grayslake Central, which is now 7-6 on the season.

Deerfield 8, Vernon Hills 1: Dylan McNamara drove in the only run for Vernon Hills.

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