Oswego East two, Oswego 1
The Wolves enhanced to three– in conference and won their fourth straight crosstown game.
Oswego East six, Plainfield Central two
Bode Bregar struck out seven more than five two/three innings and Josh Polubinski had a enormous 3-run homer, his second of the year, for the Wolves, who won their fifth straight game. Mike Polubinski and Andy Lewis added multi-hit days.
Yorkville 9, Romeoville 1
Nate Harris struck out nine more than 5 3-hit innings, Kam Yearsley went three-for-three with a double, two RBIs and two runs scored and Simon Skroch was two-for-three with 3 RBIs for the Foxes (four-four).
Wilmington ten, Plano
Kaden Aguirre and Rylan Aguirre each and every collected a single hit to lead Plano (three-eight).
Newark 18, Earlville
Newark secured the victory thanks to ten runs in the second inning. The offensive onslaught by Newark was led by Cole Reibel, Joe Martin, Payton Wills, Josh Acosta, Jackson Walker, and Toby Steffen, who each and every had RBIs in the inning.
Newark scattered eight hits in the game. Payton Wills and Landon Begovac each collected a number of hits for Newark. Begovac and Wills all had two hits to lead Newark.
Indian Creek ten, Parkview Christian
Oswego 13, Naperville Central 12
Kiyah Chavez went three-for-five with a double and 3 RBIs, Jaelynn Anthony also drove in 3 runs and Cori Kennedy was three-for-five with a double, triple and 3 runs scored for Oswego (six-two). Bella Lisle created a diving catch in the bottom of the seventh to save the Panthers from what would have been a stroll-off Naperville Central hit.
Newark 15, Earlville
Kodi Rizzo struck out ten more than 4 no-hit innings and also homered, and Bre Dixon also went deep for Newark, which pounded out 15 hits. Taylor Kruser was three-for-four with two doubles, a run scored and 4 RBIs.
Sandwich 21, Rochelle three
Gianna Madrigal’s grand slam highlighted Sandwich’s 12-run sixth and Allison Olson went five-for-five with two doubles, two triples and 3 RBIs for the Indians.
Oswego East five, Yorkville two
Pranav Kannan and Andrew Koutsogiannis won singles matches and Arjun Ramesh/Suhas Muddala, Luke Exner/Cameron Riggi and Siddarth Senthil and Sanay Sethi won doubles matches for the Wolves. Chris Diaz won a singles match for Yorkville and Cal Stillmunkes and Grady Phillips a doubles match for Yorkville.
Oswego five, Plainfield East two
Oswego had wins at very first singles by Barry King, very first doubles by Payton Cardamone and Griffin Olson, second doubles by Avery Kincaid and Kaleb Pope, third doubles by Jack Wentzell and Reyhan Tanovic and fourth doubles by Elijah Tsang and Henry Nelson.
GIRLS TRACK AND FIELD
Sandwich 177, Newark 132, Somonauk 62, Yorkville Christian 15
In Sandwich’s very first household meet, Claire Allen swept the shot place (11.07 meters) and discus (36.87 meters), Miya Klossing won the triple jump (7.88 meters) and the group of Joanna Rivera, Erin Lissman, Emily Urbanski and Sundara Weber won the 4×400 relay (four:34.02) and the 4×800 relay (ten:35.34).
BOYS TRACK AND FIELD
Sandwich 315.five, Newark 85, Yorkville Christian 52.five, Somonauk 37
In Sandwich’s very first outside household meet Simeion Harris won the 200 (23.64) and extended jump (five.55 meters), Wyatt Miller the 400 (55.97), Max Cryer the 800 (two:04.06), Dylan Young the 110 hurdles (17.01), Daniel Reedy the shot place (11.92 meter) and discus (32.24), with the 4×200 relay (1:35.06) and 4×100 relay (48.07) also taking very first.