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Warren sweeps East Aurora

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Warren put up a lot of runs in a doubleheader sweep of East Aurora, 16-1 and 11-1 in noconference play Saturday.

In the first game, Ben Dinter went 3-for-3 with 2 doubles. He also drove in 6 runs. Chris Mathieu and Brian Lavery added 2 runs apiece. In the second game, Jake Falish went 2-for-2 and drove in 2 runs. Scott Sullivan added a double and also drove in 2 runs. Pitcher Jay Nickell got the win in the first game while pitcher Ryan Kain got the win in the finale.

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Grant wins twice: Simeon Lucas and Matt Mason had big days in leading Grant to wins over Wilmot (10-5) and Kenosha Bradford (10-8). Lucas went 3-for-3 in the first game, including a 2-run home run, his third home run of the season. In the second game, he added two more hits. Mason went 2-for-2 in the first game, including a 3-run double. He had 2 hits in the second game and drove in 2 runs. Eddie Kusiak was the winning pitcher in the first game while Doug Murphey picked up the win in the second game. He rolled up 5 strikeouts in 6 innings.

Antioch 5, Wheeling 3: Collin Prather, Christian Norris and Ben Gutke each belted doubles to help Antioch get the nonconference win. Pitcher Alex Stave got the victory.

Mundelein 5, Simeon 1: Adam Turner got the win on the mound as Mundelein moves to 9-0 on the season.

Richmond-Burton 7, Vernon Hills 5: Down 7-0, Vernon Hills battled back and scored four runs in the sixth and had the bases loaded with only one out. But Richmond-Burton got out of the jam and also squashed a later threat by the Cougars. In the sixth, Vernon Hills got big hits from Pat Crowley and Connor McNamara, who finished with 2 hits, including a double.

Prospect 3, Lake Zurich 2: Danny Neises drove in both runs for Lake Zurich.

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