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Rock Island 8, Macomb 3: In a game in which all but four players got a hit for the Rocks, Bryce Trask knocked in three runs in the win over the Bombers. Rocky’s Logan Schwartz gave up three runs on seven hits in 5.1 innings pitched.

Geneseo 11, United Township 5: The Maple Leafs came back from a 5-2 deficit after the third inning by posting eight runs in the fifth. Kyle Toone had three hits while Colton Garcia and Cole Hartman had two RBIs each.

Prep softball

Moline 1, Geneseo 0: Shelbi Westfall pitched a three-hit complete game for the Maroons to outduel the Geneseo tandem of Jane Thomas and Delaney Ostrowski. Aubrie Dodd and Becca Barnett each had two of Moline’s nine hits, with Dodd getting the only RBI in the game in the sixth inning.

Brimfield 11, Kewanee 0 (5): The Boilermakers managed only two hits in a season-ending setback at the Class 2A Wethersfield Regional. Brimfield exploded for five runs in the third inning to take control of the contest.

Prep wrestling

Hired: Assumption has tapped Moline grad Jon Terronez to succeed 12-year veteran Pete Bush to head up the Knights program. Terronez was an assistant last season when Assumption finished seventh at the Iowa Dual State Tournament.

Terronez served as an assistant at Moline from 2012-17, helping the Maroons win four straight Western Big 6 Conference titles and three consecutive regional crowns.

Terronez graduated from Buena Vista University in 2009, where he was a varsity wrestler and team captain under Hall of Fame coach Mark Schwab. In his professional career, Terronez has worked extensively for the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice as both a Youth and Family Specialist, as well as a Juvenile Justice Specialist.

“I’m extremely excited about this opportunity,” Terronez said. “I have some big shoes to fill, but I’m ready to hit the ground running.”

College men’s golf

NAIA Championships: For the first round of the NAIA Championships at TPC Deere Run, St. Ambrose shot a 295 team score to tie for 12th place. Josh Harrington led the Fighting Bees with a 70, with Rockridge grad Dylan Daxon right behind him with a 71. Andrew Tichler and Devin Hartman both added 77s, while Adam Hutson put up 83. Led by Jack Dyer’s solo-best 66, Keiser University leads the team race after a 5-under 279.

College baseball

Honors: Augustaa had five players receive All-CCIW recognition, including Alleman product Gunnar Haskins, one of two Vikings named to the first team. Fellow junior Mike Powers (Benet Academy, Westmont, Ill.) also earned a first-team nod.

Seniors Carter Amundsen (Sheboygan South HS, Sheboygan, Wis.) and Mitch Malone (Minooka HS, Minooka, Ill.), along with junior Ryan Kairis (Marist HS, Chicago, Ill.), earned second team honors.

Haskins hit .310 in conference action with three homers, 28 RBI and a .500 slugging percentage. He tied for third in the league in RBI and ranked fourth with 10 doubles. The left-handed hitting first baseman batted .299 and led the 25-16 Vikings with four homers, 43 RBI and 72 total bases for the season.


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