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Grant picks up win No. 20

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Grant 6, West Chicago 2: Fresh off of its North Suburban Conference championship, Grant got its 20th win of the season. Kayla Uhwat went 3-for-4 for the Bulldogs, who move to 20-8 overall. Jamie Reiser drilled a home run and was 2-for-4 on the game. Winning pitcher Caitlyn Moran rolled up 5 strikeouts and did not allow a walk.

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Wauconda 2, South Elgin 1: At the Ballpark at Rosemont, Wauconda scored the winning run in the top of the eighth inning. Pitcher Kayla Wedl got the win for the Bulldogs.

Grayslake Central sweeps: Grayslake Central got a couple of home runs in a doubleheader sweep of Waukegan, 7-2 in the first aame and 7-6 in the second.

In the first game, Brittany Brown drilled a home run for the Rams. She went 4-for-4, also had a double and drove in 4 runs. On top of all that, she was the winning pitcher with 7 strikeouts. Meanwhile, teammate Jamie Brew went 3-for-3, with each hit being a double.

In the second game, Brandy Heraty drilled a home run. She also was the winning pitcher as the Rams scored 3 runs in the top of the seventh.

Montini 5, Antioch 3: Kaytee Keefe went 3-for-4 with a double and Hannah Skoog went 2-for-2 but it wasn't enough as Antioch dropped a nonconference game in the Chicago Bandits High School Jamboree at the Ballpark at Rosemont. Jessica Tyrell had two long balls that went just foul, including one in the bottom of the sixth inning that would have tied the game. Antioch pitcher Katie Phillips rolled up 6 strikeouts.

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