The Riverside-Brookfield softball team (8-4) got back on track with three wins last week.

Sparked by a home run from Molly Ely and a grand slam from Emily Hastings, RB crushed Fenton 12-1 on Thursday. Earlier last week, the Bulldogs defeated host Fenton 9-0 as Hastings finished 3-for-4 with a double and two RBIs.

Riverside-Brookfield also cruised past De La Salle 8-0 on as Kelly Ely belted a three-run homer and Kiley Rusen went 3-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs.

RB boys track and field

Riverside-Brookfield scored 22 points to finish 13th at the 35th Annual Homewood-Flossmoor Meet on Saturday. The Bulldogs’ 3200-meter relay team finished third (8:30.47), while Alex Huffhines secured fifth place in the high jump (5-08). George Smith took sixth in the long jump (19-11.5) and David Swon finished eighth in the triple jump (40-4).

LT baseball

Saturday’s showdown between LT and Oak Park never materialized due to rain, but the streaking Lions still managed to pick up a pair of wins last week. Lyons (11-1, 6-0 West Suburban [Silver] Conference) coasted to victories over Proviso West 22-1 and Addison Trail 8-0. Pitchers Zach Remigas and Matt Robare picked up the victories, while Spencer Mahoney, Dan Zehe, Tom Walsh and Connor Cuff were the Lions’ hitting stars.

LT softball

The Lions’ six-game winning streak was snapped with a 6-3 loss to Downers Grove North last week. Senior shortstop Karen Caithamer is hitting .750 with 18 hits in 24 at bats for LT (6-3). Sisters Alyssa and Ashley Koziol have anchored the LT pitching rotation this spring.

“I think we have been playing pretty consistent defense,” head coach Dawn Schabacker said. “We’ve also been aggressive at the plate.”

LT volleyball

The Lions rallied for a 22-25, 25-17, 25-22 win over Hinsdale South on Thursday. Mark Hogan had eight kills and two blocks while Jack Gouty tallied 21 assists for LT (6-4). Elliot Nelson and John Peterson chipped in eight digs apiece.

RB soccer

Fenton knocked off the Bulldogs 3-0 on Saturday. Jaime Keller, Tina Guarino and Gissell Garcia scored for the Bison while RB was held scoreless in the Metro Suburban Conference match-up.

LT girls track and field

The Lions took first place with 143 points in the 10-team field at the Argo Invitational on Saturday. Junior Julie Dambra won the 200-meter dash (25 seconds) with the following LT field events competitors also claiming victories: Sarah Peters (9-06) in pole vault, Simone Bunsen (16-4.25) in the long jump, and Eve Hoffman (33-2.25) in the triple jump. The Lions’ 800-yard relay team also took top honors with a time of 1:50.7.

LT boys track and field

Lyons finished in third place (85 points) behind champion West Aurora (92 points) and runner-up Thornton (86 points) at the John Bell Invite hosted by West Aurora on Saturday. Senior Sam Telfer ran a time of 1:59.34 in the 800-meter run good for first place, while sophomore Matt Harris captured the long jump event with a measurement of 21-11.5.

Fenwick softball

The Fenwick softball team scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to secure an 8-7 victory over Resurrection last week.

Four players hit doubles for Fenwick and Natalie Marotta had a home run. Alex Tomasek, Marotta, and Marisa Wakely finished with two RBIs apiece.

Olivia Soja earned the win, allowing one hit and striking out two in one inning. Kerry Lange pitched the bulk of the game for the Friars, yielding seven runs – four earned – on eight hits. She walked two and struck out four.

Fenwick volleyball

The Friars took out St. Joseph 25-11, 25-19 last week. Joe Kelly and Billy Ryan each tallied five kills apiece, while Michael Brosnan dished out 15 assists.

On Thursday, Fenwick fell to De La Salle 25-20, 25-18.

Fenwick soccer

Clare Madden was busy last week for the Fenwick soccer team. Madden, along with Caroline Murphy, scored a goal in Fenwick’s 2-0 shutout of Providence.

Madden also scored two goals and assisted on another in Fenwick’s 6-0 clobbering of Joliet Catholic. Goalkeeper Sydney Galvez-Daley recorded her fourth shutout of the season with the win over Providence.

The Friars went into the week with an overall record of 7-4-2.