Visiting Fremd scored in every inning but the third and seventh, and starter Anthony Douvris (win) and reliever Ian Bohn (save) were effective enough to help the Vikings complete their Mid-Suburban League baseball slate with a 6-3 victory against Rolling Meadows on Monday.
Dylan Fisher doubled and drove in 2 runs, Austin Jetel went 2-for-2 with a double, a steal and an RBI, Ethan Hajdukovic had 2 hits and Tom Austin doubled as Fremd (14-13, 9-7) produced 12 hits.
Alex Niecikowski, Brett Gibson and Nick Daub each had 2 hits for Meadows (12-16, 8-7), and Kevin Montero and Bobby Suchecki both doubled and drove in 1 run.
Palatine 12, Buffalo Grove 0 (5 inn.): Nolan Gavin's grand slam was the centerpiece of an 8-run third inning as the visiting Pirates rolled to an abbreviated win.
Shane Devero and Nick Orlando both drove in 2 runs for Palatine (19-14, 9-6), and Chris Macahon, Zach Serna and Matt Saltess had 1 RBI apiece.
Matt Trembley pitched all 5 innings for Palatine, striking out eight and allowing 5 hits.
The Pirates complete their MSL slate by hosting Elk Grove on Tuesday. A win for Palatine would give the Pirates third place in the MSL West, while a loss would tied them for third in the division with Fremd.
Buffalo Grove dropped to 8-20 overall and finished 2-14 in the MSL.
Wheeling 7, Hoffman Estates 0: Winning pitcher Angelo DeBlasio kept Hoffman Estates' bats under control as the Wildcats finished up league play with a victory.
Wheeling (14-17, 6-10) scored 2 in the first, 2 in the second and 3 in the fourth.
Hoffman Estates (10-16-1, 5-11) was held to 3 hits, all singles.
Maine West 10, Maine East 0 (5 inn.): The Warriors climbed back to .500 for the season with decisive CSL North victory over visiting Maine East.
Maine West (13-13 overall) finished with 12 hits and took advantage of 6 errors. Crosley Duckmann finished 3-for-4 with a double, Chris Selgrad was 2-for-3 with 3 RBI and Sean Russell had 2 hits and drove in 1 run.
Jordan Baird (3 IP) and Austin Jablenski (2 IP) split the pitching for Maine West and allowed a total of 5 hits.
Carmel 6, St. Viator 4: The host Lions took a 4-2 lead after a 4-run rally in the third inning, but Carmel answered with 2 runs in the fifth and 2 more in the seventh to pick up an East Suburban Catholic Conference victory.
Ben Dickey finished 2-for-3 with an RBI and 2 doubles, and Bobby Calmeyn doubled and drove in 3 runs for St. Viator (20-12), which has dropped its last four conference games.