Seton Academy senior basketball player Alex Foster has decommitted from Minnesota.
Seton coach Brandon Thomas told The Times on Tuesday that Foster will re-open his recruitment. Thomas said he will ask Minnesota today for his release from his letter of intent.
Foster signed with Minnesota in November, but Tubby Smith was fired and replaced by Richard Pitino, son of Louisville coach Rick Pitino.
Thomas said Foster took just one official visit, so he would have two left.
"He has no favorites at this point and is wide open," Thomas said. "He will take his time and select a school and coaching staff and style of play that best fits his need as a student-athlete."
Seton Academy 11, Thornton 2: Nick Tanniehill had a pretty good day on the mound and at the plate.
He scattered four hits and struck out eight in throwing a complete game to lead the Sting (7-3) past the Wildcats (4-6).
Seton is off to its best start since 2009.
Tanniehill threw 15 first-pitch strikes, but also walked six. He had a bases-clearing triple to key a six-run fourth inning. Eron Evans had two stolen bases and scored twice. William Thomas stole four bases as the sting stole 12 bases.
T.F. North 11, Hillcrest 1 (5 inn.): Bill Wilson and Zachary Turner were both 3-for-4 with two RBIs as the Meteors (7-4, 2-2) beat the Hawks for the second straight day.
Crete-Monee 9, Rich East 5: The Warriors (7-3, 3-0) scored four runs in the sixth inning to beat the Rockets in the Southland Athletic Conference game.
Cameron Bass was 3-for-4 with three RBIs and three runs scored to lead Crete-Monee to its seventh win in its last eight games.
General MacArthur was 2-for-3 with two runs scored. Reliever Craig Quick threw three perfect innings, striking out three to get the win.
Marian Catholic 18, Joliet Central 3 (5 inn): Eric Hurley and Erik Callaghan had two hits each to lead the Spartans (3-4) to the rout of the Steelmen.
Tinley Park 3, T.F. South 1: Steve Stubitsch had two hits and Peyton Padjen had a double, but the Rebels (4-7, 1-4) fell to the Titans (9-2, 5-0) for the second straight day in South Suburban Blue play.
Chris Molyneaux threw three innings of no-hit ball.
Crete-Monee 10, Rich Central 0: Jasmine Frenzel struck out seven as she one-hit the Olympians in a Southland Athletic Conference game.
Abby King tripled for the Warriors (3-3, 2-1).
Illinois Lutheran 19, Thornridge 2 (5 inn.): Caroline Kuether drove in four runs to lead the Chargers to the rout.
Janelle Heyn struck out six in five innings to earn the win, and also scored four runs.
Elmwood Park 11, Illiana Christian 5: Samantha Oppenhuis was 2-for-2 wit a homer, double and four RBIs, and Kat witting was 4-for-4 with a double, but the Vikings dropped their season opener.
Oak Forest 13, T.F. North 0 (5 inn.): The Meteors (1-8, 0-5 South Suburban Blue) mustered just one hit each from Lauren Brown and Alexis King.
Benet 3, Marian Catholic 2: The Spartans (15-3, 2-1 East Suburban Catholic Conference) got wins at both singles spots, as Kyle Scheffers won at No. 1 and Patrick Murday at No. 2, but the Redwings swept the three doubles spots.
Crete-Monee 6, Rich South 0: Adrianna Vera scored four goals and added an assist for the Warriors (3-2-1, 1-0 Southland Athletic Conference).
Milea Foy and Ashley James each added one goal.
Girls Water Polo
Andrew 11, Homewood-Flossmoor 3: Claire Duncan had two goals and Annie Schloen had the other in the Vikings' home loss to the Thunderbolts.
Bishop Noll 4, Lake Station 1: The Warriors got wins from Andrea Lopez, Alejandra Almendaraz and Selina Baez in singles to open the season with a win. Asia Austin and Annalisa Hernandez also won at No. 1 doubles.
News and Notes
Seton Academy looking for boys, girls hoops games: Seton Academy is looking for one boys and one girls basketball game for the 2013-2014 year. Please contact athletic director Deon Tolliver (708) 339-8153 or email email@example.com