High School/Local College Sports Roundup for April 21, 2012
April 20, 2012 11:06PM
Stagg 1, No. 4 Lincoln-Way Central 0: Lincoln-Way Central (11-8-1) lost the SouthWest Suburban crossover in New Lenox.
No. 9 Wilmington 5, Seneca 2: Brennan Ryan was 3-for-4 with three RBI for host Wilmington (11-8, 5-2) in the Interstate Eight.
Sandwich 3, Reed-Custer 2: Jake Smith and Ben Brandolino had RBI for host Reed-Custer (6-18, 0-6) in the Interstate Eight.
Plainfield South 5, Waubonsie Valley 4: Mike Crowl was the winning pitcher for host Plainfield South (13-8) in the eight-inning game.
Waubonsie Valley 4, No. 2 Plainfield South 3: Emily Bell (2-for-4) and Whitney Lanphier contributed runs for visiting Plainfield South (13-5) in the 10-inning game.
Plainfield North 5, No. 9 Providence 2: Caroline Roberts and Taylor Willhalm knocked in runs for visiting Plainfield North (8-11). Sydney Mitchell and Sydney Schmittel combined on a five-hitter for the Tigers. Courtney Pych had a double and an RBI for Providence (10-7).
Seneca 4, Wilmington 2: Nicole Pihl and Sarah Radtke hit two-run homers for visiting Seneca (14-7, 4-3) in the Interstate Eight.
Lyons 1, Lincoln-Way Central 0: Lincoln-Way Central (10-4) lost in the first round of pool play at Naperville North.
Peoria Notre Dame 2, Providence 1: Molly Whatley assisted on Maggie Corso’s goal for Providence (2-8) in the opening-round match in Springfield.
Girls Water Polo
Lincoln-Way East 14, Bradley 12: Zoe McCabe netted five goals to pace host Lincoln-Way East in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.
Lincoln-Way North 13, Lincoln-Way Central 11 (OT): Danijela Jackovich scored six goals for host Lincoln-Way Central in the SouthWest Suburban crossover.
Boys Track & Field
Brother Rice Relays: Complete team standings were not available for the 12-team meet. Providence won five events, including the mile medley relay (3 minutes, 50.9 seconds), shot put relay (133 feet, 91/4 inches) and discus relay (389 feet).
Girls Track & Field
Sandburg Invitational: Wins by Julia Junkroski in the high jump (5-2) and the foursome in the mile relay (4:20.70 seconds) propelled Lincoln-Way East (94 points) to a first-place finish. Thornton (77) was second and Hillcrest (73.5) third in the 10-team meet.
Lewis 25-25-25, Quincy 16-10-16: Jay Petty had nine kills, four blocks and four aces to pace host Lewis (24-6) in the Midwestern Intercollegiate Volleyball Association Tournament.
GLVC Tournament: Lewis (19-4) qualified for the title round in the Great Lakes Valley Tournament after beating Rockhurst (Mo.) 5-3 and Southern Indiana 5-4 in Springfield, Mo. Uno Lapimaa led the way for the Flyers, winning twice at top-seeded singles.
Joliet Junior College 16, Triton 12: Amanda Reid and Becky Stellwagen each had two RBI for visiting Joliet Junior College (18-25-1, 7-6) in Region IV.
GLVC Tournament: Zsofia Lanstiak won twice at No. 1 doubles in helping Lewis (22-2) advance to the Great Lakes Valley championship in Springfield, Mo. Lanstiak also won twice at No. 2 doubles with Bayley Brown as the Flyers defeated Quincy 5-0 and Rockhurst (Mo). 5-3.
Contributing: Josh Krockey