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Taugner breaks Lake Park records in no-hitter

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Lake Park 6-10, East Aurora 0-0:

Lancers senior pitcher Christian Taugner pitched a no-hitter in the opener, breaking the program record for all-time victories with 20 and setting the mark for strikeouts in a game with 15. He also went 3-for-4 with 2 RBI. Eric Vatch followed with a 6-inning 2-hitter with 10 strikeouts in the second game. Sam Klco went 3-for-4 with 4 RBI.

Glenbard North 5-7, WW South 2-11:

Game 1 winning pitcher Matt Frawley went 2-for-3 with a pair of RBI in the opener for Glenbard North (13-8, 10-4) before the Tigers (15-8, 10-4) earned a DuPage Valley Conference split thanks to Connor Ostrander's 2-for-4 effort with 4 RBI in Game 2. Rich O'Neil and Justin Kelly had 3 hits apiece for WW South, which remains tied for second place with Glenbard North in the DVC. Baylor Holmes was the winning pitcher in Game 2.

Neuqua Valley 7-8, Waubonsie Valley 3-2:

The Wildcats (17-8, 14-5) swept in the Upstate Eight Conference after combining for 20 hits on the day. David Gerber was the winning pitcher in the opener, striking out nine in a complete game. Mike Riesner drove in 2 runs. Game 2 winning pitcher Danny Mokrzycki allowed 1 hit over 5 innings. Drew Sterioti had 3 hits while Riesner and Alex Wolanski each drove in 2 runs. Jake Bennema went 3-for-3 with 2 RBI for Waubonsie Valley (12-9, 12-6) in Game 2.

Naperville North 7, West Aurora 2:

Four runs in the bottom of the first inning was plenty of support for complete-game winner Colin Ash, who pitched a 3-hitter in the DuPage Valley Conference victory for the Huskies (13-7, 9-5). Pat Mollo went 2-for-4 with a double and 2 RBI.

Metea Valley 4-1, South Elgin 3-3:

Andy See's RBI single in the bottom of the eighth of Game 1 helped the Mustangs (10-12, 8-11) forge a split in the Upstate Eight Conference. Sam Hanson drove in 2 runs. Michael Mooney went 2-for-3 with an RBI in the second game.

Willowbrook 11-3, Downers South 4-11:

Tied 3-3 in the top of the sixth inning of the opener in the West Suburban Gold doubleheader, Willowbrook (12-9, 6-7) exploded for 7 runs while surging to victory. David Cericola was the winning pitcher and Dom Battaglia went 3-for-4 with a pair of steals. After going 4-for-4 with 2 RBI in the first game, Zack Burdi added 2 hits and scored twice for Downers South (23-4, 15-2) in Game 2. Danny Mayer pitched 6 innings to earn the victory.

Glenbard East 6-7, West Chicago 0-1:

The Rams (9-18, 5-10) swept the DuPage Valley Conference doubleheader behind complete-game pitching performances from Nick Vichio and D.J. Spears, who homered in both games and drove in 5 total runs. Danny Ryan went 2-for-4 with 3 RBI in the second game. Graham Draper went 2-for-2 in the second game for West Chicago (4-17, 1-12).

Montini 4, Morton 2:

Jake Pestel had a hit and 2 RBI as the Broncos (15-3) scored all their runs in the second inning of their nonconference victory. Complete-game winning pitcher Eric Frontzak scattered 7 hits and struck out 12.

Sandburg 7, Glenbard South 2:

Ethan Gasbarro went 3-for-3 for the Raiders (14-4) in their nonconference home loss.

Hinsdale South 4-10, Addison Trail 0-0:

The Hornets (17-6, 12-5) followed Mike Rizzo's 7-hitter with Mike Marrera's 6-inning 4-hitter in the West Suburban Gold sweep. D.J. Deolitsis, Mike Meyers and Grant Morford each had 2 RBI in the second game. Jordan Garcia went 2-for-4 in the opener for Addison Trail (8-17, 5-9).

Oak Park 9-8, Downers Grove North 1-2:

The Huskies swept the key West Suburban Silver doubleheader against Downers North (16-6, 11-3). Connor Kopach went 2-for-4 in the second game for the Trojans.

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