The Crete-Monee baseball team swept Peotone on Saturday with both games ending with walk-off hits.
The Warriors won the first game 7-6 in nine innings and took the nightcap 8-7.
Kyle Bumpass pitched eight innings in the first game of the doubleheader and struck out 15 batters. Josh Walter doubled to left center before Cameron Bass' double brought Walter home for the winning run in the bottom of the ninth.
Calvin Smith, Logan Kent and Donte Richie each went 3-for-5 in the first game for Crete (5-3).
In the second game, Kent reached on a dropped-third strike, Chris Sutliff sacrificed him to second base before Brandon Hannigan's single to center drove home Kent for the winning run. Craig Quick drove in two runs and also got the win, throwing seven innings with 10 strikeouts.
Illinois Lutheran 27, Christian Liberty Academy 1 (5 inn.): The Chargers (6-1) pounded out a single-game program record 21 hits.
They scored eight runs in the first inning and 15 in the second. Sam Geraci and Colton Moore had four hits each. Geraci had four RBIs, while Moore and Grant Farmer drove in three runs each.
Farmer and Evan Falk had three hits each.
Thornton 15-15, T.F. North 0-5: Jason Towns (1-1) struck out five in five innings for the shutout.
Billy Moore had five RBIs, while Antaum McHerron drove in three. Ronnie Criss was 2-for-2 with a homer, two RBIs and three runs scored.
In the second game, MDeandre Mahaffey (1-1) earned the victory for the Wildcats (3-4). Jason Towns was 2-for-2.
Seton Academy 21, Hammond 2 (5 inn.): Ty Gaston struck out 10 and threw a five-inning two-hitter for the Sting (6-3).
Catcher Greg Alexander threw out 4-of-5 would-be base stealers, while Seton stole 11 bases.
William Thomas, Kameron Lindsay and Alexander had two hits each.
Lincoln-Way North 10, T.F. South 2: Elijah Shepard went 2-for-3 and drove in both of T.F. South's runs, but the Rebels (4-5) couldn't muster up any more offense.
Bishop Noll 15, Whiteland 3: The Warriors (2-2) had a big day with the sticks at South Bend's Coveleski Stadium. Anthony Fundunkian went 4-for-4 with three RBIs, Nick Trasher was 2-for-3 with four RBIs and three runs scored and Chad Mateja scored twice. Angel Figueroa had two hits and two RBIs and Larry Crisler got on base four times and scored three runs.
Rich East 17-9, Illinois Lutheran 7-1: Caroline Kuether drove in three runs in the first game of the doubleheader, but Rich East's batting jumped all over the Chargers.
Alli Dorn drove in the only run for the Chargers in the second game.
Thornwood 25, E.C. Central 7 (5 inn.): Hannah McPherson drove in three runs to lead the Thunderbirds (2-5) past the Cardinals.
T.F. South 15, Oak Lawn 0; T.F. South 15, Oak Forest 0: The host Rebels continued their dominating season, winning every match against both teams.
Jessica Gomez (No. 1 singles) plus Jenna Pasko and Shannon Pollard (No. 1 doubles) are both 30-0.
Thornton Fractional 11, Rich East 3: Monica Munoz and Nicole Vega each scored four goals to lead the United.
Debo Akinsaya added a hat trick, while goalkeepers Riley Barnum and Hillary Chadare combined for four saves.
Crete-Monee 5, Bremen 1: Lydia Cogan and MileaFoy had two goals each to lead the Warriors (2-2-1) past the Braves.
Gary Johnson Bulldog Relays: Despite only bringing 11 athletes to the meet at Riverside-Brookfield High School, Illiana Christian finished in fifth place with 45 points.
The Vikings won the distance medley relay (3:44.60) and also got a win from sophomore Tony Wondaal in the 1,600 meters (4:36.10.).
Gary Johnson Bulldog Relays: Though no team scores were reported, Illiana Christian got solid performances from Victoria Archie, who won the 100 in 12.4 seconds at Riverside-Brookfield High School.
Ariel Peavy placed second in the discus with a throw of 95 feet, 9 inches.