(Journal Online) Central Suburban South leader Glenbrook South ran their seasonal record to 20-4 with a 10-5 crossover victory at Maine East on Saturday. The Titans banged out 14 hits behind three GBS hurlers.
The Blue Demons (2-20) fell behind 5-0 after 2 innings, but wild pitches and 2 Titan errors led to an early Maine East rally and the score was suddenly tied, 5-5.
Glenbrook South took control of the game in the fifth when catcher Matt Hoshaw doubled home 2 runs with a booming double to right. The Titans in the sixth added 3 more runs behind doubles by Kyle Pauly, his third hit of the game, Tommy O’Hara and a Maine East error.
O’Hara shut down Maine East in the final 3 innings allowing no runs and 2 hits to preserve the Glenbrook South win.