PBL 9, Watseka 0 - Keaton Krumwiede tossed a three-hit shutout with 14 strikeouts to pace PBL to a 9-0 Sangamon Valley Conference triumph over Watseka, the Panthers' second win over the Warriors in as many outings. Five of the nine runs the Warriors allowed were unearned, as Watseka had a tough day in the field and committed five errors. Levi Foster allowed three earned runs in 3.2 innings to take the loss for Watseka. Offensively, Foster had one of the Warriors' three hits on the day, joined by Jaden Downs and Caden Giroux. the Panthers improve to(14-5) the Warriors fall to (8-11) will travel to to cissna park to face the t-wolves today at 4:30pm.
Iroquois West 8, Central 5 - Tibaldo Alvarez collected the win for the Raiders in 3.2 innings, giving up only three hits and punching out five batters. He also went 2-for-3 with two RBIs. Kaleb Pheifer finished 2-for-4 with two RBIs. Justin Kuipers went 2-for-4 with an RBI while Sean Rogers was 1-for-3 with a double and an RBI. IW (7-11)
Milford 10, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 2 - Alex barney collected the win in six innings of work, allowing five hits, two earned run and fanning nine batters. Caleb Atwood finished 2-for-3 with two RBIs and Klaytin Hunsinger went 3-for-4 with a double and an RBI. Tyler Schmidt was 2-for-3 with an RBI while Tyler Buhrmester had a hit and an RBI. Bearcats (7-10)
HERSCHER — Herscher's Tyler Stuart struck out 14 batters in five innings on Monday, and his pitching might not have been the most dominant part of his game. Stuart tattooed a pair of home runs, one that traveled some 100 feet over the left-center field fence, as part of a monstrous five-homer effort from the Tigers (19-5) in their 12-2 victory in five innings over Reed-Custer (8-8). Luke Cross, Luke Engelman and Tyler Jarnagin all added homers as well.
Dwight 15, Cissna Park 5. Bailey Sluis and Tanner Benoit both collected a pair of hits in a Sangamon Valley Conference loss for the visiting Timberwolves (9-11).
Bishop McNamara 1, St. Ignatius 0
Coal City 7, Westmont 4
Beecher 10, Illinois Lutheran 9 (8 innings)
Manteno 8, Peotone 4
Trinity 15, Grace Christian 5 (five innings)
Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin 12, Armstrong-Potomac 0
Hoopeston Area 10, Schlarman 1
Monticello 2, Prairie Central 1
St. Jospeh-Ogden 5, Olympia 0
St. Thomas More 9, Pontiac 7
Watseka 11, PBL 4 - Magan Harris threw all seven innings, allowing just two hits and struck out nine batters. She also finished 3-for-4 at the dish with three RBIs. Kennedy Bauer went 3-for-5 with a homer and four RBIs while Summer Cramer also was 3-for-5 with three runs scored. Baylee Cosgrove swiped three bases for the Panthers (5-12). Warriors (11-6)
Georgetown-Ridge Farm 14, Milford 4 (6 innings) - Lacey Steinbaugh (3 for 4), Whitny Harper (3 for 5) and Kylie Johnson (3 for 4)combined to drive in 10 runs as the Buffaloes (12-7) dumped the Bearcats (6-9) for a VVC win. Jakki Mowrey collected three hits for Milford. Jaiden Lafond finished 1-for-3 with two RBIs while Brittney Bailey and Kendall McCalla each had an RBI.
Grant Park 19, Donovan 4 (6 innings) - Madison Meherg pitched all six innings and struck out eight batters. Erica Reyes had two hits and collected four RBIs.
St. Anne 16, Gardner-South Wilmington 3
Herscher 7, Reed-Custer 5
bradley-bourbonnais 3, kankakee 0
Manteno 6, Peotone 5 (8 innings)
Trinity 19, Grace Christian 0
Coal City 16, Westmont 4 (5 innings)
Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin 25, Armstrong-Potomac 2.
Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 9, Deer Creek-Mackinaw 1
St. Joseph-Ogden 11, Olympia 1
Girls Track & Field
Watseka girls finished in fourth place at the Twin Valley Meet with 59 points. Asia Benson took first place in the shot put with a distance of 36-feet-1. Emily Bunting took second in discus with a distance of 110-feet-5 and second in in the high jump with a distance of 4-feet-8. The 3200 relay team of Brianna Hanners, Baylor Cluver, Arika Stanley and Teagan Wuethrich finished second with a time of 12:42.22. The 1600 relay of Hanners, Cluver, Megan Martell and Haylee Ketchum also finished second with a time of 4:51.50.
CUBS 3, ROCKIES 2
CHICAGO -- Jon Lester pitched effectively into the sixth inning, continuing an impressive stretch for Chicago's rotation and helping the Cubs beat the Colorado rockies 3-2 for their season-high fifth straight victory. Lester allowed two runs and five hits, struck out five and walked three. Luke Farrell (1-0) worked 1 1/3 innings of perfect relief for his first career win, and Steve Cishek got two outs for his first save. The Rockies put runners on first and second with two outs in the ninth before Cishek struck out Nolan Arenado. Lester extended the streak for Chicago's starting pitchers to 33 2/3 innings without giving up an earned run. The Cubs have permitted just four runs and 21 hits during their last five games. Colorado wasted a solid start by Kyle Freeland (1-4) in its third straight loss. The left-hander pitched seven innings of three-run ball, allowing six hits with five strikeouts and one walk.
BREWERS 6, REDS 5
NATIONALS 3, PIRATES 2
RAYS 3, TIGERS 2
BLUE JAYS 7, TWINS 5
INDIANS 7, RANGERS 5
RED SOX 10, ROYALS 6
the white sox and the cardinals had the day off. they will face each other tonight as the sox visit the redbirds . . . James Shields vs Michael Wacha.
ALLENTOWN, Pa. -- Former NFL player and general manager Matt Millen says he is being treated for a rare disease that has robbed his heart of most of its normal function. The 60-year-old Millen told the Morning Call in Allentown, Pennsylvania, he has been diagnosed with amyloidosis, a life-threatening illness that may force Millen to seek a heart transplant. Millen has been receiving chemotherapy once a week to treat a condition that his left his heart functioning at just 30 percent. Millen played 12 seasons as a linebacker in the NFL for the Raiders, 49ers and Redskins -- and won four Super Bowl rings. He later served as Detroit's general manager and has also spent three decades as a broadcaster. Millen told the Morning Call that he plans to return to the booth in the fall.
EAGAN, Minn. — The Minnesota Vikings have re-signed cornerback Terence Newman, bringing the NFL’s oldest active defensive player back for a 16th season that will begin five days after he turns 40.
PHOENIX — The Los Angeles Dodgers’ difficult April got a lot worse with news that two-time All-Star shortstop and 2016 NL Rookie of the Year Corey Seager will undergo season-ending Tommy John surgery. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts said the operation will be performed Friday in Los Angeles to repair a right ulnar collateral ligament sprain. The 24-year-old infielder had been bothered by a sore elbow since the middle of last season but had tried to deal with the problem with rest and rehabilitation rather than surgery. Seager spoke to reporters in the dugout before the Dodgers played NL West rival Arizona on Monday night. He said he felt pain and numbness after a couple of throws in the recently completed series at San Francisco. There was no doubt surgery was needed, Seager said, calling it “cut and dried.”
SAN FRANCISCO — Hoping for clearance to begin a throwing program, San Francisco Giants ace Madison Bumgarner is headed to Arizona to meet with the same doctor who performed surgery on his left pinkie. Bumgarner was scheduled to leave the Bay Area for a checkup with Dr. Donald Sheridan, who inserted three pins into Bumgarner’s pitching hand one day after the 2014 World Series MVP was hit by a line drive late in spring training. If Bumgarner is cleared to start throwing, the four-time All-Star is still likely a month away from rejoining the big league club. The Giants also said second baseman Joe Panik underwent surgery on the ulnar collateral ligament in his left thumb and will miss at least six weeks. Panik had flown to Los Angeles to get a second opinion before opting for surgery.
PLANO, Texas — Tony Romo didn’t get out of the opening stage in another failed attempt to play in the U.S. Open. Romo three-putted his opening hole at Gleneagles Country Club, made only two birdies and shot a 5-over 77 in the 18-hole local qualifier. The top eight finishers from Gleneagles advance to 36-hole sectional qualifying on June 4. Romo, the retired Dallas Cowboys quarterback and NFL analyst for CBS Sports, failed to get through local qualifying for the second straight year. He was tied for 24th among the first half of the field, meaning he would miss advancing by at least five shots. Romo played his first PGA Tour event in March in the Dominican Republic and had rounds of 77-82, missing the cut.