However, the Hawks (7-1-1) suffered their first defeated of the year, falling to Lake Zurich, 2-1, in an April 16 quarterfinal game as the Bears scored what proved to be the game-winning goal to break a 1-1 tie midway through the second half. Maine South’s Brandon Ranien scattered four hits and whiffed five while pitching a complete game in the Hawks’ 7-3 win over York on April 15. Zach Parker doubled and singled and stole two bases, and Joe Guzaldo had two RBI. Hank Schau (double), Parker (double), Stephen Sakowicz and Phil Bork had two hits apiece. The Hawks crushed Maine East 14-0 on April 16, scoring 11 runs in the final two innings. Fleita knocked in three runs with a double and single, Bork, Austin Mose (double), Caleb deMarigny (two hits) and Nick Cecela each had two RBI, while Sakowicz and Parker had two stolen bases each. Kyle Zajdel scattered three hits over seven shutout innings for the win. Last Saturday, the Hawks visited Ridgewood, which plated the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh for a 2-1 victory. deMarigny pitched a solid game, holding Ridgewood scoreless in five innings of work. Notre Dame sent five pitchers to the hill in its 2-1 triumph in eight innings vs. Rolling Meadows April 15. Will Porcaro recorded his first varsity victory, and Mike Ferri picked up the save. Tim Simon broke the 1-1 tie by singling in Mike Ferri, who doubled to open the eighth inning. Tommy Norton, Mike Ferri and Matt Segovia each had two hits, while John Hendry doubled. On April 16, Notre Dame held on to a 3-2 lead going into the bottom of the fifth during their ESCC game against Marmion Academy. But the Dons plated three runs each in the sixth and seventh innings and won convincingly, 9-2. Norton went 4-for-4 with two stolen bases, Simon doubled and had two RBI, Sam Ferri also drove in two runs, Dylan Hyde had two hits, Segovia doubled... The Dons weren’t able to push any runners across the plate last Saturday, dropping both games of a double-header to Marist, 4-0 and 1-0. Notre Dame was limited to two hits in Game 1 (both singles) and just one hit in the night cap. Sam Ferri was the starter in Game 2, going the first three innings and striking out five. Maine East was held to two hits in a 7-0 CSL crossover game at Glenbrook South on April 14. Dylan Kuffell doubled for the Demons. Source: www.buglenewspapers.com
Zach Parker doubled and singled and stole two bases, and Joe Guzaldo had two RBI. Glenbrook North thwarted the Hawks, 13-4, the previous day. Hank Schau (double), Parker (double), Stephen Sakowicz and Phil Bork had two hits apiece. David Fleita also
Maine's goals were scored by senior forwards Jeremy Carey, Joe Guzaldo and Jimmy Kasch. Carey and Guzaldo combined to put Maine ahead 2-0, and Kasch's goal broke a 2-2 tie with 6:25 left in the third. • Weiss and senior Nikko Parisi finished with two
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Joe Guzaldo was born on April 29, 1960 in Lincolnwood, Illinois, USA. He is an actor, known for The Fugitive (1993), Hoodlum (1997) and Bingo (1991).