Stevenson scored 6 runs over the final two innings to pull away from host Rolling Meadows in a 10-5 decision in nonconference baseball Saturday.
Willie Bourbon went 3-for-3 and drove in 3 runs for the Patriots (7-7) while teammates Mike Banakis and Jack Joseph each had 2 hits.
Pitcher Joe Olker got the win. He went 4 innings and tallied 5 strikeouts.
The Patriots drew 8 walks and took advantage of 7 errors by the Mustangs.
Grayslake Central 12, Crystal Lake Central 9 (8): Grayslake Central rallied from a 9-4 deficit by scoring 5 runs in the sixth and seventh innings and 3 runs in the eighth. Freddie Landers tied the game in the top of the seventh. Then a double by Drew Garbett that brought in 2 runs and an RBI-single by Jay Hoffman gave the Rams the offense they needed in the eighth. Pitcher Justin Guryn picked up the win in tossing a scoreless seventh and eighth inning. Grayslake Central has now won three games in a row to move to 11-8 overall and 6-4 in the Fox Valley.
Lakes 2, Hoffman Estates 1: Senior pitcher Vince Rotunno picked up his first win of the season and Lakes evened its record to 7-7 with the nonconference victory. Rotunno threw all seven innings and allowed only 4 hits. He also struck out six batters.
Warren 6, Deerfield 1: Matt Burch, Ben Dinter and Chris Mathieu each smacked 2 hits to lead Warren to the nonconference victory. Burch had a double, scored a run and drove in a run. Mathieu also scored a run and drove in a run. Pitcher Ben Perner got the win.
Libertyville 12, Highland Park 1: Evan Skoug hit a 2-run home run as part of an offensive barrage by Libertyville. The Wildcats rolled up a total of 12 hits to just one for Highland Park. The Wildcats got 3 hits from Jimmy Govern and also got doubles out of Sean Ferraro and Hunter Van Wagner. Pitcher Pat Wales got the win with 9 strikeouts.
Antioch splits: Antioch split its doubleheader with Chicago North Side Prep. In a 2-1 win, the Sequoits got a double from Nick Muskat while pitcher Travis Slywka got the win. In a 5-4 loss, Antioch got triples from Collin Prather and Ben Gutke and a double from Dominic Olesak.