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Baseball/DuPage County roundup Saturday, May 10

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Daily Herald report

Waubonsie Valley 12-7, Neuqua Valley 0-2:

The Warriors (19-5, 15-2) swept in the Upstate Eight Conference, winning for the 12th time in 13 games. Tyler Hasper pitched a 5-hitter in the opener, bolstered by home runs from Drew Ellam and Tad Wegner. Luke Marzano went 3-for-4 with 3 RBI. Jack Eddy struck out eight and allowed 4 hits in Game 2 as Ben Vietri went 2-for-4 with 2 RBI. Josh Piotrowski went 2-for-3 with an RBI for Neuqua Valley (12-14, 11-9).

Benet 2-2, Marist 0-10:

The Redwings (15-8, 6-4) split in the East Suburban Catholic Conference behind Pat Peterson's 4-hitter with 10 strikeouts in the opener. Anthony Rendina drove in 2 runs.

Lisle 6, Sandwich 3:

The Lions (16-10, 6-4) rallied from a 3-1 deficit through six innings by scoring 5 runs in the top of the seventh in the Interstate Eight Conference. George Swedie, who started and pitched 5 innings, went 2-for-4 with 2 RBI. Eric Puccini was the winning pitcher.

WW South 12, Lake Park 1:

Eric Giltz paced the 14-hit attack by going 4-for-4 with 2 doubles, 3 runs scored and 2 RBI for the Tigers (12-8, 10-5) in the DuPage Valley Conference win. Justin Kelly went 3-for-3 with a homer and Brett Struebing pitched a 2-hitter over 5 innings. Anthony Gallina homered for Lake Park (10-13, 6-9).

Wheaton North 11, West Aurora 2:

A 6-run top of the sixth broke open the DuPage Valley Conference victory for the Falcons (14-10, 10-5). Greg Scandora went 3-for-4 with 2 RBI while Mike Muto doubled twice and drove in 3 runs. Zach Colangelo won on the mound.

Addison Trail 16-15, Proviso East 0-1:

Joe Kurucar started the West Suburban Gold sweep with a Game 1 no-hitter with 12 strikeouts and a walk for the Blazers (8-17, 6-11). Kurucar also went 3-for-5. Frank Amato followed with a 2-hitter in the second game. Kurucar and Nate Mueller had 3 hits.

West Chicago 11-17, East Aurora 0-0:

The Wildcats (11-14, 6-12) won both Upstate Eight Conference games in five innings behind a combined 29 hits. Game 2 winning pitcher Grant Hosticka doubled twice and drove in 3 runs in the first game. Connor Dall went 4-for-5, Jon Michiels added 3 hits and Austin Kordik drove in 3 runs in Game 2. Dave Kordik, who was the winning pitcher in the opener, had 3 RBI in Game 2.

Lyons Twp. 11-4, Glenbard West 9-3:

After dropping the opener in a 13-inning heartbreaker, Glenbard West (14-12, 7-7) was swept in the West Suburban Silver with an eight-inning loss in Game 2. Grant Greeno went 3-for-6 with 2 RBI in the opener while Will Simoneit went 2-for-2 with a home run and 2 RBI in the second game.

Hinsdale South 2-2, Willowbrook 0-0:

The Hornets (11-12, 9-5) won the West Suburban Gold opener with 2 runs in the fifth inning, and then tallied twice in the opening inning of the second game. Jonathan Uba fired a 5-hitter in the first game and Mike Mullaney followed with a 3-hitter. Game 2 losing pitcher Jake Cady scattered 6 hits in the Game 2 loss for Willowbrook (14-9, 9-5).

Downers South 15-6, Morton 6-2:

The Mustangs (18-4) stayed unbeaten at 14-0 in the West Suburban Gold. Ryan Taylor went 6-for-9 in the two games, but in the opener alone he went 4-for-5 with 2 doubles, a grand slam and 7 RBI. Kyle May went 3-for-4 with 2 RBI in the second game. Chris Pedrak and Danny Spinuzza were the winning pitchers.

Wheaton Academy 5-2, Riverside-Brookfield 4-3:

The Warriors (12-12) won the opener of the nonconference doubleheader after scoring the go-ahead run in the bottom of the sixth on Bryce Sandberg's RBI single. Tanner Philipps homered and Chris Johnson won in relief of Brandon Valente. Jake Lindstedt drove in 2 runs in Game 2.

Oak Park 2-5, Hinsdale Central 1-8:

The Red Devils (15-11, 8-6) forged a split in the West Suburban Silver as Ryan Haff went 2-for-3 with 3 RBI and Mike Johnson doubled twice and drove in 2 runs. Charlie Banke, Dan Teska and Austin Butler combined on the mound.

Mundelein 12, Montini 3:

Austin Kline homered while Jake Menacci and Brandon Shilgalis had 2 hits for the Broncos (17-4) in the nonconference loss.

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