Lisle baseball returns to action with emotional win
LISLE — Playing for the first time since April 16 and for the first time since last week's flooding wreaked havoc on their home town, Lisle High School's baseball team went to Sandwich and won 5-3 in 10 innings Monday afternoon.
The game was scoreless through nine innings.
Starting pitcher Alex Ventrella did not factor into the decision, but he kept the Lions (7-4-1 overall, 4-1-1 in the Interstate Eight Conference) in the game, striking out 10 in seven innings. Jeremy Glavanovits worked two innings of scoreless relief for the win and Adam Grego earned the save by pitching in the 10th.
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