Porzycki powers Stevenson past Grant

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Updated 5/7/2015 11:07 PM


Trisha Porzycki hit a 2-run homer in the seventh inning to give Stevenson's softball team a 5-3 walk-off win over Grant in a North Suburban Conference crossover Thursday.


Porzycki finished 2-for-2 with a walk, while Emma Oriatti was 2-for-3 with a double for the Patriots. Vera Pflugradt contributed a 2-RBI single. Myra Peterson went the distance in the circle for Stevenson, striking out four and allowing 2 earned runs.

Mundelein 6, Vernon Hills 4: Maggie Mahar doubled twice, going 2-for-3, as the host Mustangs rebounded from their loss to Libertyville on Wednesday to win the North Suburban crossover.

Mundelein (22-5) also got doubles from Maddie Zazas, Maria DeVito, Kaityn Griffin and Hannah Bulgart. Nicole Parney pitched 6 innings (0 earned runs) in earning the win. Breanna Adams tossed the seventh for the save.

Vernon Hills' Sami Saliba was 2-for-4. The Cougars got doubles from Carly Stern and Nicole Pieper.

Grayslake Central 10, Woodstock North 0 (5): Sophomore Reagen Radke threw a no-hitter to lead the Rams to victory.

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Radke rolled up 5 strikeouts over five innings. She also gave up only 1 walk.

Offensively, Lindsay Brust led Grayslake Central with a home run and 2 total hits. Radke, Katie Strickland, Brandy Heraty and Juliana Frusolone added 2 hits apiece as well.

Wauconda 2, Libertyville 0: Winning pitcher Kayla Wedl racked up 17 strikeouts to lead Wauconda (18-10). She also gave up only 1 walk over seven innings.

Wedl also had a home run and a stolen base.

Lake Zurich 10, Round Lake 2: Amanda Guercio went 3-for-4 at the plate and drove in 3 runs to help Lake Zurich get the win.

The Bears out-hit Round Lake 10-3. Vanessa DiVincenzo and Sarah Schnecker added 2 hits apiece for Lake Zurich.

Antioch 18, Lake Forest 2: Annie Wagner went a perfect 4-for-4 at the plate with a double and 2 RBI to lead Antioch, which rolled up 23 hits to 5 for Lake Forest.


Ashley Stephens went 4-for-5 at the plate and drove in 3 runs for the Sequoits while teammate Jessica Pedersen went 3-for-3 and also drove in 3 runs.

Hannah Skoog, Maddie Hart and Jill Everett added 2 hits apiece for Antioch, which improves to 19-5 on the season.

Lakes 7, Zion-Benton 3: Molly Dietz had 2 hits, including a home run, to lead Lakes. Dietz also drove in 3 runs.

Rachel Becker and Ally Perdue added 2 hits apiece for the Eagles. Perdue was also the winning pitcher. She gave up only 1 walk over seven innings.

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