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Lake Park 2, Prospect 0:

Rhett Rapshus pitched a no-hitter with 6 strikeouts and 2 walks for the Lancers (1-1), who scored once in the third inning and once in the fifth.

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Waubonsie Valley 8, Lake Park 1:

Tyler Hasper pitched into the seventh for the Warriors, who improved to 2-0. Luke Marzano had 2 RBI while Ben Vietri, Ryan Jones and Zack Bennema had 2 hits apiece. Gunnar Barlund went 2-for-3 for Lake Park (1-1).

Naperville Central 4, Oswego 1:

Bobby McMillen's first-inning solo home run helped pave the way for the Redhawks (3-0). Kevin Clifford drove in 2 runs. Brett Kirk and Jack Wooldridge combined on a 3-hitter.

Glenbard West 1, Butler, Ky. 0:

Luke Domask's two-out RBI double in the bottom of the seventh provided the Hilltoppers (2-0) with the walk-off win in Louisville. Winning pitcher Dennis Rudolph needed only 69 pitches to finish the game. Domask and Grant Greeno each had 2 hits.

West Chicago 9, Addison Trail 6:

Jon Michiels and Peyton Seidler drove in 2 runs apiece for the Wildcats (2-1), who pulled away in a 6-run fourth inning. Grant Hosticka went 2-for-3 for West Chicago.

Montini 5, Benton 3:

Austin Kline doubled, homered and drove in 3 runs on 3 hits for the victorious Broncos (2-0). Rhett Wojkovich also had 3 hits while Jake Pestel went 2-for-4. Sean Frontzak pitched into the sixth inning to earn the win.

Lisle 12, Rauner 10:

The Lions (3-2) broke out to an 11-1 lead but had to hold off a late rally from Rauner. Cliff Krause went 2-for-4 with a solo home run. Griffin Huba also had 2 hits while Eric Puccini picked up the win.

Wheaton Academy 4, Maple Grove, Minn. 3:

The Warriors (1-0) scored twice in the top of the seventh to pull out the victory in Florida. Luke Kram drove in 2 runs while Kram, Luis Romos and Brett Albaugh had 2 hits apiece. Ryan Beck and Brandon Valente combined on the mound for Wheaton Academy.

Wheaton North 9, Central Hardin, Ky. 5:

The Falcons (2-0) broke out to an 8-0 second-inning lead to win in Kentucky. Zach Colangelo went 2-for-4 with 4 RBI. Winning pitcher Andrew Slivinski and Charles Robin combined on a 5-hitter.

Batavia 6, Willowbrook 1:

The Warriors (1-1) were within 2-1 until Batavia pulled away with a 4-run bottom of the fifth. Tyler Zunkel, Mike Rothmund, Tucker Newling and A.J. Nolen each had a hit for Willowbrook.

St. Francis 5, Fluvanna County, Va. 4:

The Spartans (2-1) held on after taking a 5-0 lead to the bottom of the seventh. Jake Radel and Will Purdom had 2 hits apiece. Matt Kelly picked up the win.

Bullitt East, Ky. 4, St. Francis 3:

The Spartans (2-1) fell in Florida despite starting pitcher Ryan Hodgett allowing only 2 hits in 5 innings. Jason Sullivan went 2-for-3.

Fremd 5, Glenbard North 1:

The Panthers (3-1) led 1-0 until Fremd scored twice in the sixth and three times in the seventh inning. Nolan Jasinski went 2-for-3 and drove in Glenbard North's lone run with a third-inning single.

North Bullitt, Ky. 5, Glenbard South 0:

Will Cornwell had 2 of the Raiders' 4 hits in Glenbard South's (1-1) loss in South Carolina.

Elk Grove 13, York 6:

Nolan Spencer went 2-for-3 with a triple for the Dukes (0-3).

Houston, Tenn. 9, Neuqua Valley 2:

The score in Memphis was knotted at 2-2 until Houston scored 7 runs in the fifth and sixth innings. Josh Piotrowski and Alex DiFranco drove in runs for Neuqua Valley (0-2).

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