Boone Grove bounced River Forest 12-2 in five innings Monday, giving Wolves baseball coach Rollie Thill his 200th coaching win.
"It's been fun. It's been a lot of fun the last few years, sharing it with (son) Jared," said Thill, who is in his 10th season at Boone. "I've had a lot of good help, a lot of good assistants."
Jared Thill helped his dad reach the milestone with two hits and three runs. Dean Hill tossed four innings for the win and also knocked in two runs with two hits for the Wolves (4-1-1).
Morton 12, Lake Station 2: Brock Daniels and Aurileo Cazares each had three hits and three RBIs for the Governors (2-5), who also got two RBIs from Sam Berrios. Morton pitcher Billy Rosas notched 11 strikeouts in the six-inning win.
The Eagles (2-5) got two hits and an RBI from Matt Forzythe.
North Judson 12, Kouts 6: Max Everaert homered in the Mustangs' loss to the Bluejays (4-2). Jake Bekelya and Andrew Birtky notched two hits apiece for Kouts (2-2).
Valparaiso 14, South Central 4: Devon Bafia finished a home run short of the cycle, scoring twice and plating four in the Vikings' five-inning rout. Renee Lozano went 2-for-3 with four runs, while Joe Gallinatti was 2-for-2 with two runs and Jeff Holmes picked up two RBIs. Stephen Sepherd paced the Satellites with a single, triple and two RBIs.
Bishop Noll 6, Munster 5: Matt Sandoval's two-out single drove home Kody Moskovsky for the winning run in the bottom of the seventh for the Warriors (2-3).
Bishop Noll trailed 5-2 after 4 1/2 innings before Jon Frankovich's two-run double tied the game at 5-5 in the sixth.
Frankovich, Danny Oseguera and Angel Figueroa each had two hits for Bishop Noll.
Julian Guerrero picked up his second win in relief after striking out two and yielding no hits or runs in the seventh. Guerrero also sacrifice-bunted Moskovsky to second to set the table for Sandoval.
Alex Del Rio was 2-for-4 with two RBIs for Munster (4-5).
Wheeler 11, Hanover Central 7: The Bearcats came from behind twice to down the Wildcats behind four RBIs by Zach Snider. David Bolla (home run) and Jesse Kellar both batted in a pair for Wheeler. Dan Nowak doubled and homered, driving in three for Hanover, and Aaron Bakker scored a pair with a two-bagger.
Andrean 7, Griffith 0: Nikki Steinbach fanned 12 Panthers and only allowed one hit in getting the Northwest Crossroads Conference win for The Times No. 1 59ers (4-0). Steinbach was 2-for-3 with RBI. Morghyn Neal batted in four runs. Cat Murad was 2-for-4 with one RBI.
Lake Station 7, Whiting 2: Shelby Jorgensen was 2-for-4 with a home run and earned the complete-game win after striking out eight and yielding four hits in seven innings for Lake Station (4-1).
Ashlin Jorgensen was 3-for-4 with a double, triple and three RBIs; and Jessa Rogers had two hits for the Eagles.
Mollie Lovasko was 2-for-4 and struck out six while going the distance for Whiting (2-2). Only three of the seven runs scored off Lovasko were earned.
Portage 5, Hobart 2: Lauren Murray went 3-for-3 with a home run and three RBIs to back the two-hit pitching of Kiley Jones for The Times No. 5 Indians (6-2). Haley Hodges (two runs) and Jena Alaniz each contributed two hits.
Kouts 16, North Judson 6: Alyse Rosenbaum doubled twice and drove in four runs to power the Fillies (2-1) to the five-inning victory. Jenna Jessen knocked in two runs and stole four bases while Kylie Bruce scored three runs.
Bishop Noll 5, Wheeler 0: Vanessa Hartzell blanked The Times No. 4 Bearcats (3-2, 2-1) on two hits, striking out nine and walking none to steer the No. 8 Warriors (4-2, 3-0) to a Greater South Shore Conference victory.
E.C. Central 18, Hammond 10: Twenty walks by the Wildcat pitching staff allowed the visiting Cardinals to get to the plate often. Hammond (0-3) had some solid numbers. Amber Burke was 3-for-4 with four RBI, one run scored, a double and a triple. Jazzlynn Baines scored three runs on two hits in the loss.
Crown Point 4, Hobart 1: The Bulldogs only lost two games in the singles section of the match. Amber Haworth won at No. 1 singles and Abby Kvachkoff and sister Courtney Kvachkoff didn't lose a game at Nos. 2 and 3. C.P.'s Kelsey Ingelhart and Madi Cleland earned the No. 1 doubles win, while Hobart's Ally Bachmann and Brianna Childers won at No. 2 doubles.
Lake Central 5, Griffith 0: It was all Indians all the time in a nonconference sweep of the Panthers. L.C.'s Bri Falcone, Angela Gerlach and Kate Toth swept at singles. Teammates Brittany Warzyniak-Anna Weber and Vanessa Olsen-Nicole Stanek did the same in the doubles competition.
E.C. Central 5, Morton 0: The Cardinals improved to 3-0 for the season as singles players Ashley Pabey, Ashly Rodriguez and Celeste Garcia; and the doubles teams of Jackie Fernandez and Katie Lipa, and Destiny Figueroa and Fabiola Guillen were all victorious.
Valparaiso 4, Plymouth 1: Kelly and Caitlin Kennedy and Racheal Willing took straight-set singles matches to lead the visiting Vikings.
Portage 169, LaLumiere 214: Nick Lewis' 40 led the Indians past the Lakers at Robbinhurst.
Merrillville 69, LaPorte 54: A'Leah Scott (100 hurdles, high jump), Anjelica Peppers (100, long jump) and Nakel McClinton (throws) were double winners as the Pirates topped the host Slicers in a DAC dual.