Princeton 8-2, Midland 1-3: Isaiah Taylor earned a complete game 8-1 victory in Saturday’s opener at Varna, striking out six batters. J.J. Vaccaro had three hits and two RBIs with Dylan Schaefer and Nick Roland adding two hits each. The Tigers outhit Midland 9-6 in the nightcap, but the T-Wolves escaped with a 3-2 win. Southern Foster and Vaccaro had two hits each.
Hall 12-1, Serena 2-4: Austin Schmitt went the distance for a 12-2 Game 1 decision. Danny Nolasco led the Hall offense with three hits and two RBIs. Gene Lucas added two RBIs and Jon Kosciewicz had two hits. Serena plated three runs in the sixth inning off Hall reliever Brian Kruse to post a 4-1 win in Game 2. Lucas drove in the lone Hall run in the first inning.
St. Bede 7, 18, Seneca 0, 1: St. Bede swept a doubleheader over Seneca Saturday by scores of 7-0 and 18-1. Brad Groleau won the first game, striking out five and walking four in six innings. Hitting stars were Adam Burgess, 2-3 and Logan Bima 1-3 with 2 RBIs. Brandon Pietrowski picked up in the win in the nightcap, striking out five and walking none. Hitting stars were Bobby Morrow 2-3 and 3 RBIs, Pietrowski 2-4 with 3 RBIs, Sam Lucas 1-2, Austin Schwab 2-4 with 2 RBIs, and Stephen Ebener 2-4.
Plano 2, Hall 1: Ally Perez scored an unassisted goal for the Lady Red Devils Saturday.
St. Bede: St. Bede finished 12th out of 42 teams in the Lady Warriors Southern Classic in Murfeesboro, Tenn., and recorded the most victories for a St. Bede team in this tourney. On Saturday, Clinton, Ill. beat St. Bede 5-3 with Lainie Schweickert recording 11 strike-outs. Father Ryan beat St. Bede 1-0 Saturday. St. Bede then beat undefeated in the tourney Wilson Central 4-3 with Stevie Fisher allowing one hit over four innings with relief from Lydia Stariha, who allowed one hit over three innings.
Princeton 12, Stark County 0: The Princeton Tigresses scored early and often in Monday’s 12-0 blanking of Stark County at Little Siberia Field in Princeton. The Tigresses recorded four unearned runs in the first inning on three errors, a double by Jessica Martell and a two-run triple by Katherine Pranka. The Tigresses scored three more runs in the second frame, highlighted by Martell’s RBI sacrifice fly and Allison Von Holten’s two-run double. Princeton added an unearned run in the fourth and four more unearned runs in the sixth.
Kirkland-Hiawatha 25, LaMoille 3: LaMoille scored twice in the first inning Monday and once in the third while Kirkland plated one in the first, six in the second, five in the third, seven in the fourth and six in the fifth.