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Daily Herald report

The wins keep coming for Mundelein's baseball team.

This time the Mustangs got a 9-5 nonconference victory over host Sycamore. They are now 27-2 on the season.

Derek Parola went 4-for-5 for Mundelein, which rolled up a total of 16 hits. Parola had 2 doubles.

Luke Adams and Logan Reckert each also had a double for Mundelein and both went 3-for-5 on the day. Teammate JT Michalski went 2-for-2 with a double.

Pitcher Tyler Kozaritz got the win.

Grant 6, Zion-Benton 3: Simeon Lucas keeps adding to his home run total. The senior catcher got his eighth homer of the season in going 2-for-3 for Grant. He also drove in 2 runs. Teammate Tino Torres had a double and drove in 2 runs. He was also the winning pitcher, improving his record on the mound to 3-1. The Bulldogs are now 22-6 on the season.

Lakes 11, Marengo 3: Justin Blasinski and Joe Dahlke each hit a home run to lead Lakes to a victory. The Eagles are now 16-10 on the season. Blasinski finished with 3 hits while driving in 2 runs while Dahlke, Joe Sisk and Matt Putman each finished with 2 hits. Dahlke also had a double, as did Sisk. Putman had 2 doubles. Winning pitcher Jeremy Mackey allowed just 2 hits and recorded 8 strikeouts. He gave up just 1 walk.

Libertyville 4, Rockford Lutheran 1: Despite getting out-hit by Rockford Lutheran 4-2, Libertyville pulled out the win. Matt Reed and Noah Greenberg each drove in runs for the Wildcats. Greenberg also had a hit, as did Riley Lees. Pitcher Jack Shanahan got the win. He went two innings.

Vernon Hills splits: After dropping its first game of a doubleheader with Reavis (5-3), Vernon Hills came back and won the finale, 7-6. Jack Duffley had 2 doubles to lead the Cougars in the second game while pitcher Jake Boyer got the win. In the first game, Pat Crowley and Matt Paszko were the only Cougars to get hits. Crowley's hit went for a triple.

Richmond-Burton 11, Antioch 3: Dominic Olesak had 2 hits to lead Antioch. Teammate Sam Smithson chipped in with a double.

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