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Metea Valley advances on Karlins' 1-hitter

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  • Anthony Infantino of Addison Trail pitches to Streamwood in baseball action on Monday in Addison.

       Anthony Infantino of Addison Trail pitches to Streamwood in baseball action on Monday in Addison.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Joe Amato of Addison Trail throws to first in against Streamwood in baseball action on Monday in Addison.

       Joe Amato of Addison Trail throws to first in against Streamwood in baseball action on Monday in Addison.
    Bev Horne | Staff Photographer

  • Bev Horne/bhorne@dailyherald.comCatcher Troy Caminitti of Streamwood tags out Jordan Garcia of Addison Trail at home plate in baseball action on Monday in Addison.

      Bev Horne/bhorne@dailyherald.comCatcher Troy Caminitti of Streamwood tags out Jordan Garcia of Addison Trail at home plate in baseball action on Monday in Addison.

 
Daily Herald Reports

Metea Valley 10, East Aurora 0:

Matt Karlins fired a 1-hitter with 8 strikeouts in 5 innings as the Mustangs (16-14) scored all their runs in the first three innings and moved on to the Class 4A Oswego regional semifinals. Sam Hanson, Andrew Fox and Connor Archey each had 2 RBI.

Addison Trail 4, Streamwood 3:

The Blazers (11-24) scored a run in the bottom of the sixth inning to break a 3-3 tie and advance to the Class 4A Wheaton North regional semifinals. Jordan Garcia and Joe Kurucar had 2 hits apiece while winning pitcher Anthony Infantino struck out seven.

Glenbard East 10, Conant 1:

Leadoff hitter Mike Hansen went 3-for-4 with a double, home run and 3 RBI as the Rams (13-22) won in the Class 4A Geneva regional quarterfinals. Joe Kotch added 3 RBI and Nick Vichio doubled twice. D.J. Spears struck out nine in a 4-hitter.

Wheaton Academy 6, Genoa-Kingston 0:

A 3-0 lead after two innings was plenty of support for winning pitcher Jake Cousins, who struck out six, allowed 1 hit and walked none for the Warriors (7-20) in the Class 3A Burlington Central regional quarterfinals. Sam Perna had 2 of Wheaton Academy's 5 hits.

Schaumburg 4, West Chicago 2:

Connor Dall and Dave Kordik drove in runs for the Wildcats (4-25), who fell in the Class 4A Schaumburg regional quarterfinals.

Neuqua Valley 9, Benet 7:

Trailing 7-3 heading to the sixth inning, Neuqua Valley (25-9) scored twice in the sixth and added 4 runs in the top of the seventh to pull out the nonconference victory. Dylan Goss homered and drove in 2 runs. Matt Butler went 3-for-4 while Cody Coll and Matt Wollnik had 2 RBI. Jonathan Vlk picked up the win in relief. Pat McInerney went 2-for-4 with a triple and 4 RBI for Benet (21-9).

Glenbard North 7, York 5:

The Panthers (19-11) closed the regular season by winning for the fifth time in six games. Ryan Storto went 3-for-3 with 2 doubles. Brandon Kressner and Dom Fornino each drove in 2 runs. Winning pitcher Luke Greenberg scattered 7 hits over 6 innings. River Pitlock went 2-for-4 for York (15-19).

Willowbrook 16, Glenbard West 14:

The Warriors (22-10) won a wild one in their final regular-season game. Dom Bataglia went 4-for-4 with 2 doubles, 2 RBI and 3 runs scored. Steven Ferguson went 3-for-5 and Jeremy Kucik drove in 3 runs. Spencer Refer, Tyler Dayton and Dennis Rudolph had 3 hits apiece for Glenbard West (13-19).

Glenbard South 2, Burlington Central 0:

Ethan Gasbarro improved to 6-2 on the mound by striking out 11 in a 2-hitter over 6 innings. Carl Sanders, Justin Joseph, Will Cornwell and Mike Atkinson had 2 hits apiece.

Waubonsie Valley 16, Sycamore 6:

Ben Vietri exploded for a double, home run and 6 RBI while going 4-for-5 for the victorious Warriors (18-14). Tyler Hasper, Tad Wegner and Troy Fumagalli had 2 RBI.

Batavia 6, Wheaton North 5:

Batavia scored twice in the bottom of the seventh to claim victory in the playoff tuneup. Johnny Peltz and Lake Bachar, who drove in 3 runs, homered for Wheaton North (24-8).

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