The postseason ended after just one day for the Bureau Valley and LaMoille-Ohio baseball and softball teams Monday.
Kewanee 18, Bureau Valley 7 (2A): The Boilers exploded for 11 runs in the third inning, including a three-run homer by Willie Terry to the put the Storm away early. Kewanee had six of their 13 hit total of the day in the third inning.
BV utilized four pitchers on the day, but could not slow down the Boilers offense.
Ashton-Franklin Center 10, LaMoille-Ohio 6 (1A): The Lions battled the Raiders, scoring four runs in the top of the sixth inning to take a 6-5 lead. AFC, however, rallied for five runs in the bottom of the sixth inning for the win in Ashton Monday.
Jason Martin had two hits and Luke Moore had two RBIs for the Lions (0-14). Luke Lovgren (7 strikeouts) took the loss.
Princeton 7, St. Bede 4 (non-tournament): The Tigers rallied for four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to turn back St. Bede 7-4 at Prather Field in Princeton in Friday’s regular season finale.
Leading hitters for PHS were Caleb Alter (3-4), Jacob Burns (2-3), Connor Dickens (2-4) and Beck Robbins (2-2).
Freshman Bennett Sierens got the win with three innings in relief of Owen Rossler.
Putnam County 5, St. Bede 3: The Panthers bested the Bruins in a regional warm-up for both teams Monday at the academy.
Sherrard 8, Bureau Valley 6: The host Tigers bested the Storm in a regional meeting of Three Rivers crossover foes Monday.
Hinckley-Big Rock 10, LaMoille-Ohio 0: The Lady Lions proved no match for Little Ten rival HBR.
Geneseo 10, Princeton 0 (non-tournament): The Lady Leafs blanked the Tigresses in six innings Friday at Little Siberia.