Jaelynn Taylor and Sydney Hinojosa each had big days at the plate for Bolingbrook in a 17-6 non-conference win over Waubonsie Valley on Saturday.
Hinojosa had two hits, scored a run and homered. Taylor also had two hits, scored three runs, homered and doubled.
Sierra Slahor hit a three-run homer and Tyanna Thomas added a two-run shot on a 19-hit day for Bolingbrook (5-6).
Neuqua Valley 8, Minooka 0: In Naperville, the visiting Indians had just two hits in the non-conference game. Kenzie Huey and Megan Medlin had singles for Minooka (8-5-1).
Morris 3, Strator 1: At Streator, Ella Davis allowed three hits and struck out four in Morris’ non-conference win. Addison Stacy, Jaelyn Wiers, Karson Dransfeldt and Maddy Shannon each had a pair of hits for Morris (13-9).
Lockport 7, Fremd 1: At Palatine, Kasey Markusic homered and Stephanie Hayes had three hits in the non-conference win. Kelcie McGraw allowed just four hits from the circle while striking out six for Lockport (12-4).
LeRoy 3, Dwight 2 (10 inn): At LeRoy, the Panthers cruised through the winning run in the bottom of 10 in the non-conference game. Dwight fell to 4-6.
Lincoln-Way East 10, DeKalb 0 (5 hostel): In Marengo, Danielle Stewart did not allow a hit in her five innings in the circle at the Marengo Invitational. At plate, Katie Stewart had three hits and Averi Vander Woude two hits for LW East.
Lincoln-Way West 7, Romeoville 1: In Romeoville, Avery Imes had three hits, including a triple, and scored a run in the non-conference win. Abbie Gregus drove in two for the Warriors.
Katelyn Kundys gave up an earned run in just over five innings for LW West (11-1).
Huntley 1, East Lincoln-Way 0: At Marengo, the Griffins fell victim to perfection as Jori Heard pitched a perfect game for Huntley. Maddie Hickey allowed just one earned run and seven hits in the all-game effort.
LW East fell to 9-2 this season.
Lockport 8-10, Plainfield East 2-3: In Plainfield, the long ball led to the Porters’ offense in the non-conference win. Joey Manzo, Griffin Brown, Matt Merk and Dylan Nagle all homered for Lockport in Game 1.
David Zaragoza pitched six innings, allowing two earned runs in the victory. Nathan Rudd homered for the Bengals. In Game 2, Jake Moerman homered twice and Trey Ringelsten and Ryan Dunagan combined to strike out 13.
Lincoln-Way East 13, Minooka 2 (Inn 5): In Minooka, LW East scored eight times in the fifth inning to open the non-conference contest. Alex Stanwich hit a three-run home run for the Griffins.
Ryan Ball had a pair of hits and two-run hits, and Trevor Fishman struck out six over four-plus innings for East (12-4). Andrew Forillo had two hits and drove in a run for Minooka (14-4).
Homewood-Flossmoor 6, Providence 1: In New Lenox, three-run innings in the first and seventh were too much for the Celtics in a non-conference loss to the Vikings. Pierre Danet had two hits and Jackson Smith the only RBI for Providence (7-9).
Kankakee 8, Joliet Central 2: In Joliet, an early 2-1 Steelmen lead didn’t hold up in the non-conference game. The Kays scored seven times in the third to break it.
Robert Fitzpatrick completed an RBI double for the Steelmen (5-12).
Morris 9, La Salle-Peru 6: In Morris, a five-point first and three-point fourth proved enough in the Interstate 8 conference victory for Morris. Jack Wheeler and Griffin Zweeres homered for Morris (6-9, 3-2).
Brennan Johnson and Will Knapp each completed a pair of runs.
Lincoln-Way Central 9, Romeoville 1: At New Lenox, the Knights scored five runs in the first inning and earned the non-conference victory over the Spartans. Braden Meyer and Nicholas Signorelli each had two hits and two RBIs for LW Central (5-5).
Peotone 3, Chicago Christian 1: In Palos Heights, Connor Janik allowed just four hits and struck out nine in the Blue Devils’ non-conference win.
Janik also did it at home plate, with a brace and a run scored. He was backed by an RBI from Austin Massat. Peotone improved to 5-8-2.
Andrew 10, Joliet West 8: In Joliet, Owen Young doubled and drove in two for the Tigers in a non-conference win. West (13-7) scored three to take the lead late in the sixth, only to see the Thunderbolts score three in the top of the seventh.
Bolingbrook 6, Saint Francis 3: At Wheaton, Jonny Carrera hit a three-run homer in the first inning and Martin Boland hit a solo shot in the fourth in a non-conference win for the Raiders (3-11). Dalen Lamberson struck out five in six innings for Bolingbrook.
Lincoln Way West 21, Oak Forest 14: At Oak Forest, a seven-point seventh helped secure LW West’s non-conference victory (8-2-1). Harrison Scroggins had four hits and drove in five for the Warriors.
Owen Crafton homered and hit four runs. Brandon Pritchard was 4-for-5 and drove in four runs.
Lincoln Way West 2, Lemont 0: At New Lenox, goaltender Olivia Franczyk was stellar again for the Warriors as they recorded their tenth shutout of the season. Morgan Sallese and Kylie Murphy scored the LW West (10-3-2).
Lincoln-Way Central 5, Normal West 0: In New Lenox, the Knights entered the non-conference contest. LW Central improved to 11-1.
Dunlap 7, Providence 1: In Springfield, the Celtics fell in the Sacred Heat-Griffin Tournament.
Sacred Heart Griffon 3, Providence 0: In Springfield, the host Cyclones won the visiting Celtics’ first game of the day.
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Lincoln Way West 9, Lake Forest 2: At Northbrook, Sydney McGann scored six times for the Warriors in the Glenbrook North tournament. Emma Stiglic scored twice and Ally Witt added a goal. Madalyn Witt made twelve saves for LW West.
Lincoln Way West 8, Buffalo Grove 2: At Northbrook, Madalyn Witt stopped 14 shots as the Warriors opened the Glenbrook North tournament with the win. Sydney McGann has scored four times and Emma Stiglic twice for LW West.
Lincoln-Way West 11, Mundelein 2: At Northbrook, Zoey Wallock scored three times for the Warriors in the Glenbrook North tournament. Ally Witt and Abby Karpluk scored twice in their third win of the day.
Lincoln-Way West 11, Glenbrook North 6: In Northbrook, LW West ended a perfect day with victory over the host Spartans. Paige Barkoozis, Ally Witt, Emma Stiglic and Oliva Murphy each scored two goals for the Warriors (14-8).
Lake Forest Invitation: In Lake Forest, Plainfield South totaled 86 points to win the Lake Forest Invitational. Brian Stanton won the 200 meters (23.10) for the Cougars.
Invitation Winston Brown: In Edwardsville, Plainfield North finished third in the prestigious Downstate Invitational with 90.75 points.
Senior Colin Wojtkiewicz took top honors in the shot put (53-foot, 6 1/4 inches) and added to that a second-place finish in the discus throw (153-8). On the track, North won the 3200 relay (8:11.09) and the 1600 relay (3:30.21).
Invitation Sue Pariseau: At Glen Ellyn, Lincoln-Way East Senior Marian Azeez won three individual events and the Griffins won five events overall to claim the team title with 120.5 points.
Azeez won the 100 (12.06) and the 200 (25.12). Azeez also won the long jump title (5.87). Her teammate Sophia Bernard won the 100 hurdles (14.99) and the 300 hurdles (46.59).
Quadruple north of Plainfield: In Plainfield, Lincoln-Way Central improved to 17-2 this season with three wins at the Plainfield North Quad. Central beat Morris 6-0, Plainfield North 4-2 and Yorkville 4-2.