Baseball / Lake County roundup

Daily Herald report
Updated 5/6/2014 1:09 AM

The Rams are rolling.

Grayslake Central's baseball team earned its sixth win in a row, thanks to 16 hits in a 20-7 decision against Woodstock on Monday.

Kyle Henke got an RBI-triple, while Mike Stone, John Stopka and Seamus O'Connor got doubles. Stone drove in 3 runs while O'Connor drove in 2 runs.

The Rams also got 3 hits out of Freddie Landers and 2 hits out of Jay Hoffman.

Pitcher David Llorens threw 4 innings and allowed just 1 run on 3 hits to get the win. He also rolled up 8 strikeouts.

Wauconda 5, Grant 4: Wauconda scored all of its runs in the first inning and that held, despite a big rally late in the game by Grant. Grant scored all four of its runs in the seventh inning. Kevin Malisheski pitched the win for Wauconda, rolling up 6 strikeouts and allowing just 2 walks over six innings. Joe Lovelle got a double for Wauconda.

Round Lake 7, Alden Hebron 3: Jalen Young pounded a double and drove in 3 runs on 2 total hits to lead Round Lake to the victory. Mauricio Tovar and John Ridley also had 2 hits apiece. Ridley got the pitching win as well. He struck out six batters over six innings.

Grayslake North 7, Woodstock North 1: Pitcher Sean McHugh fired 11 strikeouts to lead Grayslake North to the win. McHugh also allowed just 1 walk and no earned runs on his way to victory. JP Zalewski topped the Knights with 2 hits.

New Trier 15, Libertyville 5: Evan Skoug had 3 of Libertyville's 5 total hits in the nonconference loss. Two of Skoug's hits were doubles and one was a triple. Noah Greenberg also had a triple.

Crystal Lake Central 7, Antioch 6: Despite 3 hits from Nick Muskat and doubles from both Adam Harvey and Ben Gutke, Antioch dropped a close one to Crystal Lake Central. Travis Slywka, Collin Prather, Bob Hamilton, Christian Norris, Harvey and Gutke tallied 2 hits apiece, contributing to Antioch's 15 total hits.

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