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Lakes edges Richmond-Burton

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Lakes 6, Richmond-Burton 5: The Eagles picked up their 13th win, scoring one run in the bottom of the seventh. The Eagles got quality pitching from junior Mike Brey and senior Dan Jackson, as they held the Rockets to 4 hits.

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Lakes (13-17) was led offensively by Joe Sisk (3-for-4, RBI, run), Brad Borzick (2-for-2, RBI, run), Nick Seketa (2-for-3, run) and Billy Morris (2-for-4, RBI).

Grayslake Central 5, Maine West 1: Jack Spicer tossed a complete game 4-hitter with 5 strikeouts, as the host Rams notched their 20th win.

For Grayslake Central, it is the fifth year in a row with at least 20 wins and seventh in the last eight seasons.

The Rams gave Spicer plenty of run support, pounding out 11 hits. Kyle Clark and Freddie Landers each had 3 hits with Clark getting 2 doubles and driving in 3 runs. Kyle Balling also had a double, and Danny Reed hit 2 singles.

Grayslake North 15, Woodstock 10, Continuing the suspended game from May 2, the Knights belted 11 hits to improve their record to 18-8 and 13-6 in the Fox Valley Conference.

Alex Alvarez led the Knights on the mound, allowing 4 runs and striking out three and led the team on offense belting a double at the plate. Nick Carmody homered for Grayslake North.

Libertyville 5, Deerfield 4: The Wildcats got extra-base hits from Jimmy Govern and Kevin Calamari, who hit doubles, and Evan Skoug, who slammed a home run. Calamari also got the win on the mound.

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