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O'Malley helps Elk Grove shut out Wheaton North

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Adam O'Malley tossed a complete-game shutout and also had one of the Grens' 2 hits in a 1-0 nonconference victory over host Wheaton North on Monday.

O'Malley struck out seven and allowed 5 hits. Brandon Post drove in the game's only run with a sacrifice fly.

Wheaton North's Charles Robin gave up only singles to O'Malley and Daryl Rivera while striking out seven and walking one.

Zach Leander had 3 hits for Wheaton North.

Hersey 3, New Trier 1: Joe Silva doubled and drove in 2 runs, and Hersey's pitching held up for a nice nonconference win on the road.

Starter Ryan Allain lasted 6⅓ innings, allowing 4 hits and 1 earned run.

Eric Labahn got the final out to earn a save and also drove in a run for the Huskies (2-6-1).

York 5, Hoffman Estates 4: Hoffman Estates tied it with a run in the top of the seventh, but the host Dukes scored in the bottom of the eighth to deny the Hawks in nonconference play.

Buffalo Grove 10, Maine West 3: Dan Levato doubled twice and Ricky Strba drove in a pair of runs as the visiting Bison overcame 5 errors with solid pitching and production throughout the batting order.

Nate D'Onofrio and Jeremy Firszt had 2 hits apiece for the Bison, who plated 4 runs in the top of the seventh to get some breathing room.

Brendon Murphy started and allowed 1 earned run through 5 innings, and Adam Apel pitched a scoreless 2 innings in relief to pick up a save.

Geoff Duckmann had 2 hits out of the leadoff spot for Maine West, and Robert Andrade had a triple.

Fremd 10, St. Patrick 6: Kaz Higuchi enjoyed a 4-for-5 day at the plate, scoring twice and driving in a pair as the host Vikings picked up a nonconference victory.

Tom Austin also finished 4-for-5, and Joe Uhrich went 3-for-4 with a double and a walk for the Vikes, who produced a total of 18 hits.

Higuchi allowed 2 earned run in his 5 innings to get the win.

Glenbard East 6, Conant 0: Steve Bola and Anthony Forte doubled, but those were half of Conant's hits in a nonconference loss to the host Rams.

Christian Liberty 19, IMSA 2 (5): Chargers freshman Aaron Rot doubled twice and tripled as Christian Liberty rolled to a nonconference victory while producing 21 hits to make a winner of junior Tom Keplar, who allowed just 1 hit.

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