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home : sports : sports   June 24, 2016

4/10/2014 11:15:00 AM
Area Roundup: L-P soccer records milestone in tie with DePue

NT Staff

Jena Breit put her name in the La Salle-Peru records books Wednesday as she scored the first goal of the girls soccer program in a 1-1 tie with DePue in Tiskawa.

Her name will also be contributed to the Lady Cavs first lead as L-P entered the second half ahead of DePue 1-0.

The junior scored the goal 10 minutes into the game and wasn’t answered until the Lady Giants’ Melissa Serrano scored her eighth goal of the season at the 65 minute mark.
Hall 13, Seneca 3
Pete Mautino recorded a win on the mound Wednesday as he struck out eight, walked three and allowed five hits and two earned runs in a non-conference game Seneca.

After scoring eight runs against St. Bede Tuesday, the Red Devil bats remained hot as five hitters had at least two hits.

Tyler Taber went 2-4, A.J. Gaeta had 3 RBI off of his 2-4 performance, Miguel Villarreal finished 3-4 with an RBI, Zach Urbanski went 2-of-4 with two RBI and Adam Sangston recorded two RBIs off of 2-of-3 at the plate.

Marquette 8, Rockford East 4
The Crusaders’ four-hit fifth inning helped them pace Rockford East in Wednesday’s hit fest in Rockford.

Marquette recorded 11 hits and six RBI, while Rockford East had nine hits and four RBI.

Trystin Raikes, John Lectenberg and Jel Raikes recorded two hits a piece, including triples from Trystin Raikes and Lectenberg.

The win on the mound went to Patrick Killelea as he struck out five, walked two and gave up seven hits and four runs in six innings of work.

Tremont 12, Fieldcrest 1
Fieldcrest and Tremont each had five hits in Wednesday’s Heart of Illinois Conference game, but walks and errors cost the Knights a victory.

Pitchers Drew Barth, Ryan Barth and Lucas Rankin gave up a combined 13 walks while only striking out five and the team had six errors compared to Tremont’s three.

At Oglesby
The Lady Eagles swept Arrowhead Conference rival Kishwaukee Wednesday as IVCC took the first game 12-5 and remained victorious in the second game 14-8.

Fieldcrest graduate Tiffany Lindsay took the win in the first game with one strikeout, three walks and allowed five hits and three earned runs.

The IVCC bats recorded 11 hits in the first game, including the fire power to score 10 runs in the first two innings.

The second game saw the offensive onslaught on a higher level as the Lady Eagles smacked the ball 20 times compared to Kishwaukee’s eight. Only one IVCC hitter didn’t have a hit.

Ottawa alumna Chrissy Pond went 4-of-5 at the plate and batted in three runs, while L-P graduate Micky Fassino went 3-of-4 and had three RBIs.

Princeville 14, Putnam County 3
Annie Miller had two hits against Princeville but it wasn’t enough to secure Wednesday’s non-conference win.

Taylor Pettit, Carly Gonet, Venessa Voss, Stephanie Wilson and Allison Voss recorded hits for the Lady Panthers who were only out-hit by two, 10-to-8.
The Lady Panthers are now 5-2.

Tremont 4, Fieldcrest 3
The Lady Knights jumped out to an early lead by scoring two runs in the second inning, but they couldn’t hold on as Tremont rallied with a four-run fourth inning.

Lauren Tjaden took the loss in the circle to bring her record to 4-1.

Haley Ruestman finished with two singles and an RBI, Taylor Tjaden hit a triple and had an RBI and Lauren Tjaden hit a double.

Earlville-Leland 14, LaMoille 0, 5 innings
The Lady Red Raiders ace pitcher Jasmine Kerley earned her second win of the season as she struck out 11 LaMoille hitters in Wednesday’s Little Ten Conference matchup.

Kerley didn’t walk a single batter and only gave up two hits in the shutout.
E-L’s bats rallied for 10 runs in the third quarter as 14 sluggers came to the plate and had 13 hits for the game.

Kristina Morsovillo went 4-4, scored three runs and stole four bases, while Julie Musich went 2-2, scored two runs, hit three RBI, stole two bases and was walked once.

Pontiac 7, La Salle-Peru 2
Aaron Pellican won in singles and doubles Wednesday in Pontiac but the Cavaliers couldn’t rally for the non-conference win.

Pellican defeated Brandon Bohm 7-6, 6-3 in No. 3 singles action and he joined Mason Clark to beat Pontiac’s No. 2 doubles team 8-4.

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