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No. 1 Huntley makes it 11-0

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Bryce Only hit a home run and Matt Sullivan had a double as Huntley, the No. 1 baseball team in this week's Daily Herald Top 20, rolled to a 7-3 nonconference win over Niles Notre Dame on Monday.

Nick Constantino picked up the win for the Red Raiders (11-0), allowing 6 hits and 3 earned runs in 4 innings of work. Tommy Regan came on to pitch the final two innings, allowing just 2 hits.

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Colin Lyman had 2 hits and an RBI for Huntley, while Tyler Albright, Tommy Kiriakopolus and Jake Wagner also drove in runs.

Jacobs 6, CL Central 5: Tim Hubner reached on an error and then scored the go-ahead run in the top of the 10th inning on a single by Joe Rizzuto as the Golden Eagles won in the Fox Valley Conference. Evan Blunk, the starter in the suspended game, came back in to pitch the bottom of the 10th and struck out the side to preserve the win for Jacobs (10-1, 3-0).

CL South 11, Grayslake North 1: Troy Bittenbender (4-for-4, 2 doubles, 3 RBI), Michael Danca (2-for-3, RBI), Casey Oliver (HR, 2 RBI) and Ryan Wilkening (2B) led the Gators' offense in this FVC win. Tyler Hall allowed 4 hits in 5 innings with 4 strikeouts and 2 walks for the win for Crystal Lake South (8-0, 5-0).

ACC 5, St, Edward 4: Tighe Koehring had a double and 3 RBI for the Green Wave in this Suburban Christian loss. Michael Castoro also had an RBI and Kevin Lamp doubled for St. Edward (7-2, 5-1). Jacob Koehring was the losing pitcher.

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