Baseball: Titans' season comes to an end -- but not until after best playoff run since 1994

Titans' baseball season comes to an end -- but not until after best playoff run since 1994

  • Glenbrook South's Nic Swanson dives safely into home for the Titans only run of the game against Mundelein in the first inning of the 4A supersectional baseball game at Wintrust Field in Schaumburg on Tuesday, June 7.

      Glenbrook South's Nic Swanson dives safely into home for the Titans only run of the game against Mundelein in the first inning of the 4A supersectional baseball game at Wintrust Field in Schaumburg on Tuesday, June 7. John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Glenbrook South's Jackson Hill reacts after hitting a triple in the fourth inning against Mundelein in the 4A supersectional baseball game at Wintrust Field in Schaumburg on Tuesday, June 7.

      Glenbrook South's Jackson Hill reacts after hitting a triple in the fourth inning against Mundelein in the 4A supersectional baseball game at Wintrust Field in Schaumburg on Tuesday, June 7. John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Glenbrook South's Greg Neppl tries to excite the crowd in the last inning against Mundelein in the 4A supersectional baseball game at Wintrust Field in Schaumburg Tuesday, June 7.

      Glenbrook South's Greg Neppl tries to excite the crowd in the last inning against Mundelein in the 4A supersectional baseball game at Wintrust Field in Schaumburg Tuesday, June 7. John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Mundelein players watch from the dugout as Glenbrook South's Owen Weisensel bats in the 4A supersectional baseball game at Wintrust Field in Schaumburg on Tuesday, June 7.

      Mundelein players watch from the dugout as Glenbrook South's Owen Weisensel bats in the 4A supersectional baseball game at Wintrust Field in Schaumburg on Tuesday, June 7. John Starks | Staff Photographer

  • Glenbrook South's Josh Moosey pitches against Mundelein in the 4A supersectional baseball game at Wintrust Field in Schaumburg on Tuesday, June 7.

      Glenbrook South's Josh Moosey pitches against Mundelein in the 4A supersectional baseball game at Wintrust Field in Schaumburg on Tuesday, June 7. John Starks | Staff Photographer

 
 
Updated 6/9/2022 6:06 AM

Glenbrook South baseball may not have won their supersectional game against Mundelein Monday, but the 2-1 loss certainly didn't take away from a pretty great season.

Glenbrook South (19-13), which made its deepest run into the playoffs since 1994, tied the game in the third. Nic Swanson walked, went to second on a single by Scott Newman and would score on James Hackett's second hit of the game.

 

Mundelein pulled ahead in the bottom of the seventh after an RBI single drove home what ended up being the winning run.

"The whole journey with this team has been a great joy ride," Glenbrook South coach Steve Stanicek said. "To get to the supersectional game, we are very pleased with this. This is what high school baseball should be played like."

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