Baseball: Schaumburg sweeps Elgin

 
Daily Herald report

Schaumburg pitcher Jake Golliher was rolling up the strikeouts on Thursday.

He tallied 12 strikeouts and allowed just 1 walk to lead the Saxons to a 9-2 nonconference baseball victory over Elgin.

Albert Kiszka slammed 2 hits, including a triple and Tyler Robinson also added 2 hits for Schaumburg.

The Saxons also got an 8-0 victory over Elgin with Alvano Esparaza and Lucas Holbeck each having 2 hits.

Barrington 15, Padua Franciscan 0: In Myrtle Beach, S.C., winning pitcher Max Raynor staged a no-hitter as Barrington outhit Padua 11-0. Clark Elliott, Luke Kozlowski and Joe Gardner each had 2 hits for the Broncos.

Dublin (OH) 6, Buffalo Grove 1: In Myrtle Beach, SC, Matt Brunelli drove in Buffalo Grove's only run.

Hersey 18, Southside Christian (Tenn.) 0: Hersey is now 2-0 in the Final Flight tournament with the win. Will Adamski had 2 hits and drove in 3 runs for the Huskies while Luke Picchiotti had 2 hits and drove in 4 runs. Winning pitcher Hunter Luke had 2 strikeouts over 2 ⅓ innings.

South Elgin 9, Palatine 0: South Elgin outhit Palatine 13-2 and Palatine also had 2 errors. Jack Betz had both of Palatine's hits.

Prospect 7, Crystal Lake Central 4: Ed Brancato and Matt McAleer combined for 6 of Prospect's 12 hits with 3 hits apiece. Winning pitcher Jimmy Martin didn't give up a walk over 2 innings.

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St. Viator 12, Woodland Park (Co.) 8: St. Viator survived 5 errors to get the win in Arizona. Eric Adams and Ethan Kelly each had doubles. Winning pitcher Jaden Schafer had 4 strikeouts over 2⅔ innings.

Maine West vs. Sherwood (AZ), 5 p.m.

Alden-Hebron at Schaumburg Christian, 4:30 p.m.

Harvest Christian at Christian Liberty Acad., 4:30 p.mm.

Larkin at Rolling Meadows, 11 a.m.

York at Maine East, 11 a.m.

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