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The Leo baseball team took advantage of Churubusco’s four errors to score a 7-6 victory Wednesday.

The Lions had six hits, scoring twice in the first, three times in the third and twice in the sixth.

Devin Peters, who went 2 for 4 with a double, accounted for three of the errors. The Eagles’ error total for the season rose to 16.

The Eagles had 11 hits and scored two runs in the seventh inning, but the rally fell short.

Churubusco scored four runs in the third inning to seize its only lead.

SNIDER 11, DEKALB 7: Snider followed Tuesday’s thrilling win over rival Northrop with a road win filled with offense.

The Panthers scored in every inning but the first and had nine hits.

CANTERBURY 7, BLUFFTON 1: Chris Yahanda and Tommy Tilus had three hits apiece and Tommy McNabb had two RBI and picked up the win at home.

ADAMS CENTRAL 12, WINCHESTER 0: Andrew Hammond pitched five innings of one-hit ball and struck out 10 to win at Winchester.


HOMESTEAD 10, NEW HAVEN 0: Alexis Vargo (4-0) allowed one hit and struck out seven in five innings as the host Spartans improved to 7-3.

Vargo was 2 for 3 with a double, a run scored and two RBI.

BLUFFTON 11, SOUTHWOOD 3: Kaitlyn Lovell was 3 for 4 with six RBI at Southwood.


CANTERBURY 148, HERITAGE 168: Michael Brothers shot a 34 to lead the Cavaliers at McMillen Park. Trevor Uhl (36) and Chris Noe (39) were strong for Canterbury.

Nick Bienz (35) paced Heritage.