Lyons Township’s boys gymnastics team won Hinsdale Central’s Canino invite with a score of 153.8 Friday.
Chris Rediehs won the all-around with a total of 52.9. Rediehs was first in the floor exercise (9.4), parallel bars (8.9) and pommel horse (9.0) and second on vault.
Noah Mennemier was second on pommel horse (8.65). Alex Janicki won high bar (8.8) and took second on parallel bars (8.65). Xavier Barry took third on pommel horse (8.5). Jackson McCoy was third on floor (9.1). Will Gallucci was third on rings (8.8).
Wins against Glenbard East (7-5), Morton (11-2) and St. Ignatius (12-4) gave Naz a three-game winning streak to close last week.
Katelyn Cahill and Mary Grace Chizewski had three hits each against Glenbard East and Chizewski had five RBIs against Ignatius.
After dropping a 3-2 game to Shepard on Friday, RB swept a doubleheader against Guerin. In Game 1 the Bulldogs won 20-9. Will Kincanon was 3-for-3 with four runs scored. Justin Agne, Kevin Fitzgerald and Matt Gara had two hits each.
The Roadrunners beat Maine South 13-8 on Thursday. Guerin then topped Naz 5-4 on Friday. Naz closed out the week with an 11-3 win against Rich Central with a combined 15 strikeouts from Peter Minella and Mike Kogut.
After losing to Riverside Brookfield 11-1 on April 9, the Chargers bounced back with a 13-3 win against Hales. R.J. Brown and Casey Scalise had three hits each in the victory.
The Lions beat Marist 3-0 in their Pepsi Showdown opener Saturday.
Karen Arroyo scored two goals in the Mustangs’ 4-0 win against Proviso West on April 8. The Mustangs lost their opening round match at the Pepsi Showdown 1-0 to Plainfield Central on Saturday.
The Friars took a talented Plainfield North team to penalty kicks, but lost the shootout in the first round of the Pepsi Showdown Saturday.
The Mustangs took second at the Marian Catholic Invite over the weekend.
A 4-0 showing at the Thornton Fractional North invite gave the Roadrunners the tournament title. Naz swept Chicago School of Agricultural Science, Proviso East and Hancock before defeating Proviso West 25-17, 26-24 in the final.
BOYS WATER POLO
LT settled for fourth at its own tournament over the weekend. The Lions beat York 13-5, but lost to Loyola 8-3 and Oak Park-River Forest 10-9 in overtime.
The Bulldogs knocked off Lane 9-7 on Friday after losing to Lockport 17-7 the day before.
The Friars traveled to St. Louis for a tournament. They went 4-0 and avenged an earlier loss by defeating St. Louis University High 13-7 in the final.
GIRLS WATER POLO
The Bulldogs went 2-2 at the Hersey Invite with wins against Morton and Maine West.
The Mustangs beat Maine West 10-9 for their only win at the Hersey Invite.
LT beat Oak Park-River Forest 14-6 on Friday and lost to Naperville North 6-5 the next day.
Naz picked up wins against Montini (10-2) and Marian Catholic (8-3) last week.
The Roadrunners remained perfect by defeating Carmel 15-9 on Friday and Minooka 14-4 the next day.
The Mustangs beat Lake Forest 38-5 on April 9 to improve to 2-0 on the season.
BIG NUMBERS TO KNOW
128-7.5 Distance in feet and inches the Morton shot putters combined to throw for to take first at the Hinsdale Relays on Saturday.
2 Home runs by Riverside Brookfield softball's Lana Herrmann in three games over the weekend. RB beat Morton 8-7 and split a doubleheader with Evergreen Park.
10 Team points Lyons Township boys tennis scored at the Libertyville Invite on Saturday, tying them for second out of eight teams.
2 Events the Lyons Township boys track and field team won at the Hinsdale Relays on Saturday. LT won the 4 x 400-meter relay and the 1,600 sprint medley.
19 Events out of 20 the Riverside Brookfield boys track and field team scored in to win the Gary Johnson Bulldog Relays on Saturday.
14-2 Goals for and against for Nazareth girls soccer during its current five-match winning streak.
GAMES TO WATCH
BOYS VOLLEYBALL: Lyons Township heads to Downers Grove North at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday for a West Suburban Silver clash after both won their WSS openers.
BASEBALL: Riverside Brookfield hosts Illiana Christian in the finale of a three-game series Thursday at 4:30 p.m.
SOFTBALL: Nazareth hosts a doubleheader against defending Class 2A state champ Bishop McNamara beginning Saturday at 11 a.m.