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Jacobs 5, Warren 3: The Golden Eagles were able to rise to the occasion late on Monday afternoon, scoring a pair in the sixth and adding insurance in the seventh against Warren at Rent One Ball Park in downstate Marion. Matt Kozlak had a pair of singles and a walk to go along with an RBI and a run scored, while teammates Tim Hubner had a 2-run single and Vince Coletti knocked in a pair with a double. Hubner also was able to pick up the win, pitching 5 innings, allowing 2 hits and a run while striking out 5 and walking 3.

Jacobs 4, Wauconda 3 (9 Inn.): Despite committing 5 errors in the game, the Golden Eagles (3-0) were able to pick up a second win at Rent One Ball Park Monday afternoon thanks to a Ben Murray RBI double in the top of the ninth. Tyler Jones pitched the last 3 innings, giving up no runs on just 1 hit and striking out 3 to secure the victory. Danny Vandewalker smashed a double to plate a pair while Owen Oreskovich added an RBI in a 3-run fourth inning.

Dundee-Crown 8, Quincy 6 (8 Inn.): The Chargers (1-0) were able pick up the victory thanks to a wild pitch in the top of the eighth inning, earning a nonconference victory at Quincy Monday. Riley Alvarado led the way with a pair of RBI with Nick Munson, Mark Waldron and Michael Cruise each driving one in as well, while Brett Johnson hit a pair of doubles and had an RBI. Chase Bloch pitched the last 2⅔ innings, surrendering 2 runs on 2 hits. He also struck out 2 and walked just 1.

College baseball

ECC loses two: The Spartans (2-5) could not push a run across late in either game played in Myrtle Beach, S.C., falling to Fredrick College 2-1 and 5-4. Brandon Larkin-Guilfoyle had the lone RBI in Game 1 for the Spartans while Josh Perkins took the loss. The Spartan offense did markedly better in Game 2, with Matt Hickey, Jake Weede and Anthony Bragg all collecting RBI while Jake Bruhmann went 3-for-3 with an RBI and pair of doubles. John Circelli suffered the loss.

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