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Elk Grove regained the top spot in the Mid-Suburban East baseball race by outscoring host Rolling Meadows 9-7 on Tuesday.

Peter Arbov's 2-run double was the key blow in a 6-run third inning for Elk Grove.

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Christian Camacho doubled and finished 2-for-2 with 3 RBI, and Matt Wary finished 2-for-4 with 2 RBI for the Grens (18-8, 9-4).

Arbov earned the pitching victory with a 4⅓-inning relief stint.

Billy Garoppolo had 3 hits for Rolling Meadows (11-15), and Erik Schurtz and Kevin Montero had 2 apiece, while Bob Suchecki doubled and drove in 3 runs.

Elk Grove holds a 1-game lead in the East over Hersey and Prospect, who are both 8-5 in league play.

In Wednesday's scheduled games, Prospect plays at Hersey and Elk Grove hosts Rolling Meadows.

Schaumburg 8, Barrington 3: The Saxons gained a share of the MSL West lead as Michael Fan hit a 2-run homer and Brendan Beck earned the pitching victory.

Fan also drove in 2 runs with a single to finish 2-for-4 with RBI and 2 runs scored. Beck pitched a complete game, allowing 8 hits and a walk with 1 strikeout.

Shane Yorton doubled for host Barrington, which out-hit the Saxons 8-6 but committed 2 errors while Schaumburg committed none. Jake Petersen and Luke Johnson had 2 hits apiece for the Broncos.

The same teams are scheduled to meet Wednesday at Schaumburg.

Schaumburg improved to 14-4 overall and 10-3 in the MSL, while Barrington dropped to 23-7 and 10-3.

Hersey 6, Prospect 4: Eric Labahn homered with C.J. Reichel aboard in the top of the sixth inning to help the visiting Huskies come out on top in Mid-Suburban East play and earn a share of second place in the divisional race.

Labahn's blast put Hersey up 4-2. The Huskies scored twice more in the seventh as Labahn had an RBI single.

Prospect (15-10-1, 8-5) rallied for a pair of runs in the bottom of the seventh, as Patrick Donohue drove in both with a single.

Reichel had an RBI single in the sixth.

Joe Silva doubled and finished 2-for-4 for the Huskies (13-13-1, 8-5), and Labahn was 2-for-3 with a walk.

Donohue finished 2-for-4 and drove in 2 runs, Jack Cavaiani had an RBI double and Tyler Zamasky had 2 hits for Prospect.

Karl Taillon earned the win in relief of starter Luis Rosado, and Nick Zouras got two outs and earned a save.

Conant 9, Palatine 8 (9 inn.): The visiting Cougars trailed 7-0 at one point, but scored 6 runs fifth inning and then 1 in the sixth to tie at 8-8 before getting the winning run in the ninth.

Brian Polaski pitched 4 innings of scoreless relief and got the victory for Conant (9-18, 4-9).

Jimmy Brady had 3 hits and stole a base for the Cougars, and Steve Pola had 2 hits.

Zach Serna doubled twice and finished 4-for-5, and Brad Bauer had a pair of hits for Palatine (17-14, 7-6).

Fremd 7, Hoffman Estates 1: Vikings pitcher Anthony Douvris gave up a run in the first inning but took over the rest of the way in a complete-game victory.

Douvris struck out five and allowed 4 hits, while Austin Jetel, Ian Bohn and Tom Austin each had RBI doubles in a 12-hit attack for Fremd (11-13, 6-7).

Hoffman Estates slipped to 9-14-1 overall and 4-9 in the MSL.

Notre Dame 2, St. Viator 1: Jack McElroy gave the host Lions 8 quality pitching innings, but the Dons scored in the a run in the top of the eighth inning and held on for an East Suburban Catholic Conference win.

Kevin Monson had a pair of hits and Ben Dickey went 1-for-3 with 2 steals for the Lions (19-9).

Matt Segovia had the key hit in the eighth, an RBI double which was the game's only extra-base hit.

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