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Local

Jones fires no-hitter

By SVM Sports Staff

Ethan Jones tossed a no-hitter to lead the Fulton baseball team to a 10-0, five-inning victory over visiting Newman on Monday.

Jones struck out five batters, walked four and hit one. Seth Sanderson and Austin Manon each had a pair of RBIs for the Steamers, while Matt Dail collected three hits.

Polo-Forreston 7, Oregon 6: Nathan Schneiderman’s base hit in the bottom of the seventh scored pinch runner Brett Carlson with the game-winner as the Cardinals edged the Hawks in Forreston.

Schneiderman and Nick Ludwig each had three hits for Polo-Forreston (3-4). Jonah Drake was the winning pitcher.

Sawyer Reynolds drove in a pair of runs for Oregon (2-7).

Rock Falls 17, Stillman Valley 8: Steven Armoska’s three-run homer highlighted an eight-run uprising and sparked the Rockets to a road victory over the Cardinals.

It was the third homer this season for Armoska, who finished with four runs batted in. Clay Velazquez and Dustin Huycke each drove in three runs, while Austin Donoho and Jace Anderson added two apiece.

Anderson was also the winning pitcher, despite allowing seven runs in four innings.

Milledgeville 9, Galena 5: Jordan Harris doubled, singled and drove in three runs for the Missiles in a road win over the Pirates.

Kameron DawTyne was the winning pitcher.

Boys track

Rockets tie for third: Rock Falls won two events on its way to amassing 147 points and tying IVC for third place in the Ferris Invitational in Princeton. Princeton (185) and Mendota (169) took the top two spots.

Travis Johnson won the 110 high hurdles (15.71 seconds), while the 400 relay team of Adrian Villa, Mason Thompson, Austin Babcock and Alex Leaf won in 45.85.

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