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Rockets rally to beat Hawks

Published: Thursday, May 15, 2014 12:02 a.m. CDT

Cayden Erickson's two-out single in the top of the seventh drove in Jacob Mammosser with the go-ahead run, and lifted Rock Falls to a 5-4 victory at Oregon on Wednesday.

Austin Donoho led off the seventh with a walk, and he scored on a one-out double from Mammosser. Erickson followed with the game-winner.

Donoho drove in three runs with a home run, a triple and a single. James McFadden was the winning pitcher for Rock Falls (15-9, 7-5 Big Northern West).

Tyler Blume drove in a pair of runs for Oregon (7-17, 3-9). Matt Murray was the losing pitcher.

Forreston-Polo 12, Milledgeville 0, 5 inn.: Brayden Wierzycki was a triple short of the cycle and drove in four runs as the Cardinals blanked the Missiles in Polo.

Also for Forreston-Polo (15-11, 11-3 NUIC East), Richie Bartnick homered, doubled and knocked in two runs. Ethan Groom had three RBIs.

Rockridge 11, Bureau Valley 2: Scott Brown had a pair of hits for the Storm in a road loss to the Rockets.


Rock Falls 15, Lutheran 6: Paige Reynolds drove in five runs to lead the Rockets to a victory over the Crusaders in Rockford.

Also for Rock Falls (17-7, 8-2 Big Northern West), Michaela Ward had three RBIs, while Julie Dodd and Kara Nehrkorn added two each. Destinee Schumaker was the winning pitcher.

Amboy 14, Fulton 3: Kelsie Thurman and Karlee Doege each knocked in three runs as the Clippers handled the visiting Steamers. Destinee Oenes was the winning pitcher for Amboy (16-9, 7-5 Three Rivers North).

Whitney Wynkoop doubled, singled and drove in two runs for Fulton.

Milledgeville 6, Forreston-Polo 4: Courtney Swalve rapped out four singles as the Missiles topped the Cardinals in Polo.

Morgan Adolph got the win, allowing just one hit, but she also walked seven.

Abby Peterson had the lone hit for Forreston-Polo, and was also the losing pitcher.

West Carroll 14, East Dubuque 10: Brianna Kampmeier tripled twice, singled and drove in two runs as the Thunder used an eight-run sixth to slip past the Warriors in Thomson.

Monica Smith and Haley Appel also had three hits and two RBIs for West Carroll (11-18, 9-5 NUIC West). Abby Maike was the winning pitcher.

Abby Berryman drove in four runs for East Dubuque.

Pecatonica 5, AFC 4: The Raiders led 4-1 after 6˝ innings, but couldn't hang on at Pecatonica.

Hope Friday had a pair of RBIs for AFC. Cassidy Koning was the losing pitcher.

Boys tennis

United Township 9, Sterling 0: Dustin Stoudt dropped a three-set match at No. 4 singles for the Golden Warriors in a road loss to the Panthers.

St. Bede 4, Newman 2: The Comets recieved win from both of their doubles team in a road loss to the Bruins.

Drew Burger and Noah Leffelman won at No. 1 doubles, while Elliott Frankfother and Tucker Shoemaker won at No. 2 doubles.

Mendota 5, Dixon 0: Michael Gale and Bryce Stanley dropped a three-set match at No. 2 doubles for the Dukes in a road loss to the Trojans.

Wednesday's stars

Paige Reynolds, RF softball, 5 RBIs

Brayden Wierzycki, F-P baseball, 4 RBIs

Austin Donoho, RF baseball, 3 RBIs

Morgan Adolph, Milledgeville softball, 1-hitter

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