Latsko fires no-hitter for Sages

Latsko fires no-hitter for Sages

MONTICELLO – Jordan Latsko pitched a five-inning no-hitter, striking out 11 for the Monticello baseball team in the host Sages' 13-0 win against South Piatt on Monday. A fifth-inning error prevented Latsko from recording a perfect game.

Latsko aided his own cause at the plate, going 3 for 4 with three RBI. Conner Dalzell recorded three hits and Mitch Milton had two doubles and two RBI for Monticello.

Hoopeston Area 9, Armstrong-Potomac 7. Kyle Hufford went 3 for 3 with an RBI for the host Cornjerkers.

CPCI 11, St. Anne 0. Cole Hasselbring, in his varsity debut, tossed a no-hitter while striking out six for the Timberwolves in the five-inning affair. Alex Robbe drove in four runs for the host Timberwolves, who got two hits apiece from Kyle Popham and Justin Flinkman.

Paxton-Buckley-Loda 13, Iroquois West 3. Keaton Zirkle had two hits and an RBI for the visiting Raiders in the loss.

Lake Forest 13, Urbana 1. LaQuan Grein tripled and scored the only run for the host Tigers.

Westville 9, Milford 0. Nick Jones belted two hits and tossed a two-hit shutout to lead the visiting Tigers. Cody Benschneider's three hits powered the Westville offense.

Rantoul 4, Clinton 2. Jackson Carver (two RBI) and Garret Jones had two hits apiece for the visiting Eagles.

Unity 11, Bismarck-Henning 1. Cole Craft had two hits, two RBI and scored two runs for the host Rockets.

Tyler Bialeschki had a pair of doubles and two RBI for Unity.

Salt Fork 9, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 3. David Sacre homered and Sawyer Howe went 3 for 4 with a double and two RBI for the visiting Storm.

Lincoln 9, Champaign Central 8. Doug Kyrouac, Harrison Freeland and Riley Brunson had two hits apiece for the visiting Maroons.

Watseka 7, Donovan 4. Brede Parker had two hits and drove in five runs for the visiting Warriors.

Freshman Austin Blair had a pair of hits and winning pitcher Sawyer Harris improved to 2-0 and picked up two hits at the plate.

Normal U-High 3, Danville 2. Blake Janesky doubled and drove in a run for the visiting Vikings in the loss.

In softball:

Monticello 9, Mahomet-Seymour 4. Jaimey Watrous had four hits and drove in three runs for the visiting Sages. Tori Gadbury also drove in a pair of runs for Monticello. Jessica Roberts had two hits, including a triple, and scored two runs.

Dwight 11, Prairie Central 1. Lindsey Krippel, Samantha Ropp and Brittiany Tjarks (RBI) all had two hits for the visiting Hawks.

Paxton-Buckley-Loda 14, Iroquois West 1. Paige Schwartz went 3 for 3 with two RBI for the host Panthers. Brittany Walder drove in three runs for PBL.

Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 4, Clinton 3. Desiree Mouser drove in three runs for the host Falcons. Kaiti Bowen, Regan Romshek and Allison Woolums had two hits each for GCMS. Romshek picked up the win, striking out nine.

Watseka 7, Donovan 4. Andrea Cook (three hits) and Erin Cowan hit back-to-back doubles to give the visiting Warriors the lead in the fifth inning. Kloie McCann and Lauren Watts drove in a pair of runs each.

Milford 6, Westville 5. Lexie Schuldt went 3 for 4 and drove in four runs for the host Bearcats. Jessica Cann added three hits for Milford.

LeRoy 8, St. Thomas 5. Stephanie Hintz had four hits and drove in two runs for the visiting Panthers. Becca Millage had a pair of doubles and a triple for the Sabers.

Salt Fork 17, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 3. Hannah Darr had four hits and picked up her fourth pitching win of the season while striking out six for the host Storm.

Britny Hoag and Maddy Stutsman each doubled and had three hits apiece.

In boys' track and field:

At Gibson City. Cody Gaesser won the 110-meter hurdles and the 300 hurdles for host Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley in a quadrangular win against LeRoy, Ridgeview and Tri-Point.

In girls' track:

At Gibson City. Elaine Taylor won the shot put and the discus for host GCMS in a quadrangular win against Ridgeview, LeRoy and Tri-Point.

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