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Gators’ Hall wins, starts 3-0

Tyler Hall improved to 3-0 for the Crystal Lake South baseball team in its 11-1 Fox Valley Conference crossover win over Woodstock North in five innings.

Hall gave up no hits over three innings for the Gators (6-0 overall, 3-0 FVC Valley) and struck out five.

Tom Gaede, Casey Oliver and Ryan Wilkening each drove in two runs for South.

Julian Zack and Carter Vepley each went 1 for 2 for the Thunder (1-3, 0-3 FVC Fox).

Cary-Grove 12, Woodstock 3: At Woodstock, Andrew Brierton went 3 for 3 with two RBIs and three runs scored the lead the Trojans (8-2, 1-0 FVC Valley) in an FVC crossover win.

Daniel Vilardo drove in two runs and scored a run with Zach Marszal scoring three runs for Cary-Grove. Andy Buhrow, Alex Ferguson and John Kruse all drove in a run for the Blue Streaks (1-3, 0-3 FVC Fox).

Grayslake North 11, Prairie Ridge 9 (6 inn.): At Grayslake, Bryan Klendworth drove in five runs on two hits and had a run scored for the Wolves (8-3, 2-1 FVC Valley) in their FVC crossover loss.

Grayslake Central 13, Dundee-Crown 3 (5 inn.): At Grayslake, the Chargers (4-3, 2-1 FVC Valley) had five hits in an FVC crossover loss.


Prairie Ridge 7, CL South 0: At Crystal Lake, Imraan Alas (No. 2) and Hayden Dzurisin (No. 3) won their singles matches by the same score, 6-0, 6-1, for the Wolves in their FVC Valley win over the Gators (4-2, 2-1).

CL Central 4, Hampshire 3: At Crystal Lake, Billy O’Connell and Matt O’Connell (No. 1) and Brad Phoenix and Jake Sigmund (No. 3) each won a doubles match for the Tigers in their FVC Fox win.

Elisha Hougland (No. 1) and Vince Tolention (No. 2) each won a singles match for the Whip-Purs (3-4, 0-4).

Cary-Grove 4, Grayslake Central 3: At Cary, Owen Russell won at No. 1 singles, 6-2, 6-4, and Chris Rozolis and Kevin Maas won at No. 1 doubles, 6-3, 7-5, in the FVC crossover win for the Trojans (8-3, 1-0).

• Chris Burrows and Andrew Hansen contributed to this report.


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