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Stevenson's a hit against Mundelein

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Despite 3 errors, Stevenson was able to roll by North Suburban Conference Lake Division champion Mundelein 7-1 Tuesday.

A steady stream of hits helped. The Patriots tallied 9 hits, thanks to a 3-for-3 effort out of Jimmy Marchese, who got one of his hits to go for a double. Zach Novoselsky drove in 2 runs while going 3-for-4 and Eli Greenspon also finished with 2 RBI. Pitcher Mitchell Goll got the win for Stevenson, which improves to 17-10. He gave up only 1 walk over six innings.

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Grant 16, Round Lake 2: Pitcher Doug Murphy moved to 4-1 with the victory. Both Danny Farhat and Troy Skinner drove in runs for the Bulldogs, who move to 16-10 on the season.

Vernon Hills 11, Lakes 1 (6): The Cougars opened a close game with a 6-run sixth inning. Tommy Earhart, Tyler Feece and Matt Kahn all drove in 2 runs apiece. Feece also had 2 hits, as did Pat Crowley and Jordan Freibrun. Crowley also got the win. He went the distance and allowed only 1 run while recording 5 strikeouts. For Lakes, Dan Jackson, Ryan Burnett and Joe Dahlke each had 2 hits.

Warren 5, Libertyville 4: Ryan Sweeney went 3-for-3 with a triple, a double and 2 RBI to lead Warren. Andrew Hill also smacked a double for the Blue Devils. Winning pitcher Evan Berliner pitched five scoreless innings in relief.

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