Baseball: Lake County roundup
Ryan Davila helped Warren earn a 6-0 shutout victory over Antioch of Friday in a North Suburban Conference baseball crossover.
Davila allowed just 1 walk while rolling up 4 strikeouts in 5 innings. He is now 4-0 on the mound.
Chris Mathieu and Davila each had 2 hits for Warren (11-6), and Michael Rosenberg drove in 2 runs.
Antioch got 2 hits from both Connor Kaiser and Justin Stender, and Ben Gutke had a double for the Sequoits.
Libertyville 5, Wauconda 2: Jimmy Govern went 3-for-3 at the plate, and had a triple to lead Libertyville to the North Suburban crossover win. Riley Lees added 2 hits, including a triple. Winning pitcher Ben Kimpler had 8 strikeouts in 6⅓ innings. For Wauconda, Collin Shrader, Luke Weller and Kyle Harmon each had 2 hits.
Lakes 7, Mundelein 4: Brett Buchholz and Zach Meyer each went 2-for-2 at the plate to lead Lakes (6-5-1). Winning pitcher Chase Slota moved to 3-0 on the mound by allowing just 1 walk over five innings. Will Farmer led Mundelein with 2 hits. Teammate Nick Stricker had a home run.
Stevenson 11, Round Lake 0: Winning pitcher Michael Marchese rolled up 7 strikeouts and gave up only 1 hit and 1 walk over five innings for Stevenson. The Patriots got 3 hits out of Robert McGaha and 2 hits each out of Jimmy Marchese, Patrick Loeffler and Jack Cappalli.
Grayslake Central 9, Johnsburg 2: The host Rams broke open a close game with 5 runs in the bottom of the sixth inning. Junior Brett Whalen struck out 4 batters over four innings and allowed just 1 run on 3 hits for his first varsity win. Devin Moran paced Central with 2 hits, including a double while Ben Fitzgerald added a double and drove in 4 runs.
Vernon Hills 18, Zion-Benton 17: Connor McNamara went 4-for-6 at the plate with a double and a triple. He drove in a total of 5 runs. Drew Winegardner, who had a double, was one of four other players who had 2 hits apiece. Jack Duffley, Nick Marras and Brennan Reback were among the others. Brendan Keogh was the winning pitcher.
Lake Zurich 12, Grant 2: Lake Zurich got out to a 7-0 lead in the first inning. Grant pitcher Andrew Stone lost his first game of the season (3-1).