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Conant finishes with MSL win

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Conant plated 7 runs in the second inning, then added 4 more in the bottom of the fifth to cap their Mid-Suburban League baseball slate with an 11-1, five-inning victory over Rolling Meadows on Tuesday.

J.T. Peacock homered for Conant, and Dan Modelski, Brady Pelesh, Jimmy Brady and Nick Roberts each doubled.

Pelesh finished 3-for-4 with 2 RBI, while Peacock had 3 RBI and Anthony Forte went 3-for-3.

Patrick Smith earned the win after allowing 1 earned run through 4 innings, and Luke Downey tossed a scoreless relief inning for the Cougars (10-20, 4-12).

Eric D'Souza had the only hit for Rolling Meadows (12-17, 8-8), a single.

Hoffman Estates 7, Addison Trail 4: Ethan Bloom and Keegan Mugerditchian both had 2-run homers, and Mugerditchian also had a 2-run single to help the hosts Hawks pick up a nonconference win.

Winning pitcher Ryan Ward tossed 6 shutout innings before the Blazers rallied with all their runs in the seventh.

Matt Roesch had 2 hits, including a RBI single, for Hoffman Estates (11-16-1).

Glenbrook South 8, Fremd 5: Austin Jetel homered and finished 3-for-4 with 3 RBI, but it wasn't quite enough as the visiting Titans scored 5 runs in the second inning and led the rest of the way in nonconference play.

Ian Bohn and Mack Rosman had 2 hits apiece for the Vikings (14-13).

Warren 3, Schaumburg 0: Andrew Hill tossed 6 scoreless inning and also homered to power the visiting Blue Devils in a nonconference matchup against the team which will host Elk Grove in Friday's Mid-Suburban League championship game.

Schaumburg (16-7) had 3 hits, as Hill and reliever Scott Gordon combined for 13 strikeouts.

Glenbrook North 12, Maine West 5: The visiting Spartans snapped a five-game Warriors winning streak in Central Suburban North play.

Austin Jablenski went 3-for-3 with a walk and drove in a run for Maine West, and Geoff Duckmann went 1-for-2 with 2 walks and 3 runs scored.

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