Coal City 11,
Nate Chapman pitched five strong innings for the Coalers on Tuesday in the run-rule shortened game. He allowed four hits and walked three while striking out two.
Offensively for Coal City, Dominic Durando, Dylan Hakey and Andy Darling each had a single, double and two runs scored.
Sandwich 15, 11
Seneca 0, 6
The Indians were swept by the Indians in Interstate Eight Conference action on Monday and Tuesday.
The first game went to Sandwich by a 15-0 score.
Brandon Pasdertz was the losing pitcher. He went two innings allowing three earned runs on seven hits and he struck out one.
"We didn't give ourselves a chance in that one," Seneca coach Kirk Houchin said.
On Tuesday, Sandwich won 11-6.
Brent Bergeston was the losing pitcher. He went four innings allowing four earned runs on seven hits and he walked three while striking out six.
At the plate, Brian Bergeson was 2 for 4 with a double, Pasdertz was 2 for 3 with two RBI and Matt Wilson was 2 for 4 with a double and four RBI.
Dwight scored three runs in the sixth and three in the seventh to come back and win the game on Monday.
Alec Frazier was the winning pitcher. He went all seven innings allowing five hits and two walks while striking out 16.
Jake Wardell doubled in the go-ahead runs in the sixth and Ben Trainor had an RBI double in the seventh.
Jake Thomas was the losing pitcher, despite striking out nine in Tuesday's game.
Troy Hogan had two hits and jake Wardell had a two-RBI single.
Jake Wantland was the winning pitcher in relief of Cody Niewinski.
Robbie Meucci at the plate was 4 for 5 with three runs scored and three RBI, Matt Fieden ws 3 for 5 with a double, two runs scored and two RBI and Thomas Cheshareck was 2 for 4 with a double, two runs scored and two RBI.
Wantland also went 3 for 3 at the plate with a double, two runs scored and an RBI.
Coal City 13,
Joey Quinn was the winning pitcher. He went all five innings allowing two hits and three walks while striking out six.
At the plate, Alex Wills had three hits, Nate Chapman had two hits and Nick Peters two hits in the win.
Nick Evola was the winning pitcher, tossing a three-hitter.
Offensively, Eric Robinson was 3 for 3 with two runs scored and Trevor Lines was 2 for 3 with two runs scored.
Cheshareck was the winning pitcher. He went four innings, striking out six.
Meucci had two hits, including a double and two RBI and Jake McDonald had a double, run scored and two RBI.
Miguel Ruiz was the winning pitcher with relief help from Cristan Sanchez.
At the plate, Jake Null had two hits, Kenny Walsh had two hits, Cole Thompson had two hits, including a triple and Tyler Thompson had two hits.
Coal City 20,
The game lasted just five innings due to the run rule.
Morgan Youskevitch was the winning pitcher. She allowed three hits and walked four.
At the plate, Madison Giordano was 2 for 4 with a two-run home run and four RBI; Carly Pavlis was 2 for 2 with an RBI; Maddie Brewer was 2 for 2 with two RBI and two runs scored; Youskevitch was 3 for 3 with four RBI; Allie Lardi had a hit and an RBI; Molly Manietta had two RBI and three runs scored andMaddy Bunton had a hit and two runs scored.
Coal City 10,
Emily Aichele was the winning pitcher, fanning 10.
At the plate, Giordano was 2 for 2 with two runs scored, Hannah Boresi was 2 for 2 with an RBI and Aichele was 3 for4 with a two-run homer, three runs scored and two RBI.
Seneca bounced back to even the series on Tuesday after losing to Sandwich on Monday.
"We got down a run early on another error and because we have been playing so tight the last few games, we had to bounce back," Seneca coach Dan Stecken said.
Down 1-0 in the fifth, April Hovious had a base hit to get things going and Nicole Pihl and Allison Coughlin walked back to back. Coley Baker then delivered a two-out, two-run single to give the Irish the lead. Chelsie McCormick then got a single to deliver an insurance run.
Pihl was the winning pitcher. She went all seven innings allowing one hit while walking one. She fanned eight.
Morgan Luckey had two hits at the plate while Michalene Collier was the losing pitcher.
Indian Creek 7
Megan Melone was 2 for 4 at the plate with a double, homer, two runs scored and four RBI and Melissa Schmidt had a triple, four runs scored, and two RBI.
Erin Gaston was the losing pitcher despite going all eight innings. She fanned 11 and allowed five hits.
At the plate, Sarah Butterfield had two hits, as did Maddie Rodosky.
Emily Wielbik was the winning pitcher. She fanned 12.
Offensively, Erin Rosetto had two double, Geri Westerhoff was 2 for 2 with two RBI, Caty Bell had a single and a double and Katie Vertin had a double and a single.
Plainfield Central 28
Minooka garnered 10 firsts in the triangular held at Oswego on Tuesday.
Lauren Jonen was first in the long jump (15-10), Anna Strle was first in the shot put (34-9), Sara Bechard was first in the high jump (4-10), the 4x800 relay team of Moira McAsey, Haley Renison, Haley McNamara and Nicole Johnson was first (10:10.7), the 4x100 relay team of Chrissy Allen, Bethany Bachmann, Angelica Estrada, Lauren Jonen and Janile Rogers was first (:51.9), the 4x200 relay team of Bachmann, Estrada, Jonen and Rogers was first (1:47), Kiley Saunders won the 400 dash (1:03.1), Caleigh Beverly won the 1600 run (5:30.3) and the 4x400 relay team of Bachmann, Ashley Clark, Saunders and Jonen also won (4:09.9).
Taylor Prieboy was second in the long jump (15-6), Jonen was second in the triple jump (33-2), Kala Johannes was second in the shot put (33-0), Maria Rossi was second in the discus (93-11), Clark was second in the high jump (4-6), Devin Doran was second in the 3200 run (12:26.7), Allen was second in the 100 dash (:12.8), McAsey was second in the 800 (2:24.8), and Rogers was second in the 200 (:26.6).
"This was a great way to finish up the SPC weekday schedule," Minooka coach Kevin Gummerson said. "The girls were excited to compete today and they definitely took advantage of the quality conditions."
Minooka def. Plainfield North
Minooka captured the Southwest Prairie Conference contest on Tuesday to improve to 20-2 on the season.
Rick Bishop had eight kills and a block for the Indians while Phil Hannon had 26 assists, two kills and an ace.
At the frosh-soph level, Minooka again won 25-11, 25-23.
At the freshman level, Minooka lost 25-19, 25-14.
Jake Wietting had eight digs and a kill, Brandon Rubertus seven assists, three digs and an ace and Jared Measer five digs, four kills and a block.
The Indians were swept on Tuesday in SPC action.
At No. 1 singles, Austin McWethy beat Dakota Collofello 6-2, 6-0; at No. 2 singles Jason Koesler best Alec Shannon 6-0, 6-0 and David Mateyka won by forfeit.
In doubles play, the No. 1 team of Dan Nagel and Andrew Laning beat Scott Hohenwater and Matt Heckler 6-1, 6-0; at No. 2 Dom Pizzo and Hudson Cross beat Chris Schwellenbach and Caleb Froidcoeur 6-1, 6-4, at No. 3 Brendan Egdorf and Anthony Hart-Davi beat Andrew Jehnke and Shane McNamee 6-1, 6-2 and at No. 4 Nikish Patel and Jonah Engle beat David Kohler and Cody Bresnahan 6-4, 6-4.