Sarah Crews struck out seven and walked one en route to a five-inning no-hitter as Times No. 1 Beecher beat Prairie Central 16-0 in softball Saturday.
Maddy Bainbridge was 3 for 3, while Taylor Johnson and Rachel Wille had two hits each. Johnson had a homer and four RBIs. Wille had a double and a triple for the Ladycats (10-4).
Montini 5, Marian Catholic 4 (8 inn.): Allison Spence and Rachel Acott had two hits each, but the No. 3 Spartans (4-3) lost.
Spence homered and Alexis Wallace had a double.
St.Francis de Sales 13, Clemente 2 (7 inn.): Winning pitcher Elizabeth Walsh and Erica Galan were each 3 for 5 to lead the Pioneers to the win.
Walsh had a double and three RBIs. Galan had two RBIs.
Andrew 3, Homoewood-Flossmoor 2: Olivia Dau homered and had two RBIs, but the Vikings (2-5) fell to the Thunderbolts.
Julie Wenckus was 2 for 4 and Meagan Donermeyer struck out five and allowed one earned run.
Thornton Fractional 10, Rich East 5: Monica Munoz scored five goals and Alexis Gonzalez added three more to lead Thornton Fractional past the Rockets.
Munoz has now scored 17 goals through seven games this season.
Evelyn Salas and Jackie Casillas added a goal apiece, while Debo Akinsanya had two assists. Elizabeth Ramirez and Brianna Martin each added an assist, while goalkeeper Lupita Arambula snagged three saves for Thornton Fractional (4-3).
Crete-Monee 4, Bremen 1: Adriana Vera's hat trick led the Warriors (1-3) to their first win of the season.
Alyssa Baron had a goal and Jomerra Watson-Lane had an assist.
Illinois Lutheran 11, Walther Christian Academy 0 (5 inn.): Sam Geraci was 3 for 4 with a homer, two stolen bases and three RBIs as the No. 3 Chargers (7-1) won at the Westminster Christian Invitational.
Evan Falk struck out eight in throwing a one-hitter. Chris Falk and Mack Newson had two hits each.
Illinois Lutheran 3, Westminster Christian 1 (8 inn.): Grant Farmer singled in Sam Geraci and Dylan Gould with the go-ahead and insurance runs to lead the Chargers (8-1) to the win.
Homewood-Flossmoor 19-8, Beecher 3-7: The No. 2 Vikings (7-1) swept the Bobcats (8-3) and won their seventh straight game.
Crete-Monee 13-3, Peotone 12-8: Guillermo Haro had three hits as the No. 5 Warriors (4-4) split with the Blue Devils.
Justin Lyons had two RBIs in the opener, which the Warriors won in 12 innings. Josh Walters had two RBIs in the nightcap.
Seton Academy 17, Hammond 10: Tyrone Gastin and Bryson Westbrook had two hits and two RBIs each to lead the Sting (2-4) to the win over the Wildcats.
St. Francis de Sales 22 Corliss 13: Kemari Simmons and Michael Roggekamp had three hits each to lead the Pioneers to the win.
Simmons had five RBIs. Michael Chavez had four RBIs.
Tinley Park 21-32, Thornwood 11-12: Xavier Wright had two doubles and four RBIs for the Thunderbirds.
T.F. South Quad: Jessica Gomez plus the doubles teams of Cassie Breshock and Jenna Pasko, Paula Rodriguez and Cameron Crosby, Jeanne Colin and Brittany Arreola, and Kristi Fisher and Alex Ramirez all went 3-0 as the host Rebels won with 22 points.
Reavis was second with 11 points, followed by Metea Valley (10 points) and Elk Grove (5 points).
Bri Walker and Precious Poe each went 2-1.
Gary Johnson Bulldog Relays: Illiana Christian got a first-place finish from Tony Wondaal in the 1,600 meters (4:38.64) and Nick Wondaal in the 3,200 (10:00.58) as it finished fifth at the 47th annual event at Riverside Brookfield High School.
The Vikings had 46 points. The host Bulldogs won with 104 points.
Illiana's Nick Fiene was second in the 3,200 (10:03.69). The Vikings 1,600 relay team also took second with a time of 3:39.58 as did their distance medley relay team in 3:46.71.