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Addison Trail 4, Streamwood 3: The Sabres rallied for 3 runs in the top of the sixth to tie the score 3-3, but the host Blazers pushed a run across in the bottom of the sixth via a bunt to win this play-in game of the Class 4A Wheaton North regional. Ramon Saldivar went 2-for-2, including the 2-run single in the sixth that knotted the score. Losing pitcher Jeremy Campbell (1-6) pitched into the sixth inning for Streamwood (6-25). He allowed 4 earned runs on 10 hits and 2 walks and struck out 1.

Crystal Lake South 9, Marian Central 3: Paul Wille, Jake Bigos, Max Meitzler (2-for-4), Troy Bittenbender and Tony Morrissey (2 RBI) doubled to lead a 14-hit attack for the host Gators. Ryan Wilkening (2-0) limited the Hurricanes to 1 unearned run on 4 hits in 5 innings. He did not issue a walk and struck out 1 to lead CL South (21-6).

Jacobs 6, Lake Park 5: Grant Kale's RBI groundout tied the game 5-5 in the top of the third inning and Nick Ledinsky followed with a double that scored Aaron Meciej with the go-ahead run as Jacobs (21-11) defeated Upstate Eight Valley co-champion Lake Park (24-9) in a nonconference playoff tuneup. Six Jacobs pitchers allowed 5 earned runs on 5 hits and 1 walk while striking out 5. Joe Rizzuto, Connor Conzelman and Jon Berndt doubled for the Golden Eagles.

St. Charles North 6, Dundee-Crown 3: Senior Ryan Suwanski's solo home run was the only extra basehit for the Chargers, who outhit the North Stars 7-6 in this nonconference meeting. Four pitchers struck out 3 and walked 3 for Dundee-Crown (8-18).

St. Viator 8, Huntley 3: Huntley trailed 4-0 after two innings and 8-1 through six innings of this nonconference road loss. Six pitchers allowed 7 earned runs on 12 hits and 2 walks. Senior Kameron Sallee (RBI, run) collected 2 of the 6 hits for Huntley (24-6).

Glenbard South 2, Burlington Central 0: Blake Alexander's 2 hits were all the offense the Rockets mustered in this nonconference matchup in Glen Ellyn. Three pitchers allowed 9 hits for Central (14-12).

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