Area baseball from Monday and the weekend

    Landon Cook delivered in the clutch as his base hit drove in the winning run for Fieldcrest in a 5-4 Heart of Illinois Conference baseball victory over Blue Ridge Monday afternoon.
    The base hit came with no outs in the bottom of the seventh and answered a Blue Ridge tally in the top of the frame.
    McKoy Allen led off the bottom of the seventh for the Knights of Fieldcrest with a base hit. A steal and a balk moved him to third base with Cook at the plate. Cook swung at a 1-2 pitch and hit a line drive to center to bring in Allen with the winner.
    Blue Ridge got the lead early with a run in the third inning and two runs in the fifth. Fieldcrest scored in the bottom of the fifth and then plated three runs in the sixth for a 4-3 advantage.
    A little wildness by Blue Ridge resulted in a three walks and two hit batsmen in the inning. Zach Moritz had the only base hit in the inning, which drove in the first run.
    Michael Morse got the win in relief of starter Allen. Morse gave up a run on three hits and three walks while striking out three in 2 2-3 innings. Allen went the first 4 1-3, yielding three runs, four hits and five walks. He fanned three.
    Cook had a hit and RBI and Travis Cook and Moritz also had one hit apiece.
Bishop Mac 10, Dwight 4
    KANKAKEE — A six-run first inning gave host Bishop McNamara the lead early and the Fighting Irish did not yield as they rolled to a 10-4 victory over Dwight Monday.
    The Irish led 8-0 before Dwight got on the board in the top of the fourth inning. Logan Graham was on second base after being hit by a pitch with one out and advancing on a passed ball. He scored on Hayden Tjelle's base hit.
    Bubba Schultz scored on Graham's sacrifice fly in the sixth inning. Cole Hahn scored on a bases-loaded walk in the seventh. Daniel Gutierrez scored on a sacrifice fly for the final run.
    Schultz, Cade Enerson and Tjelle each had a hit and RBI for the Trojans. Gutierrez added a base hit and Graham had a run batted in.
    Graham took the loss after giving up six runs in the first inning. He walked three and gave up four hits in his one inning on the hill. Tjelle gave up three runs, three hits and three walks while striking out three in three innings of relief. Gutierrez gave up a run, two hits, two walks and struck out one.
Ridgeview 8, WFC 4
    COLFAX — Ridgeview had an answer for anything Woodland-Flanagan-Cornell did in claiming an 8-4 nonconference baseball win Saturday.
    The Mustangs spotted the Warriors two runs in the top of the first inning but scored twice in the bottom of the frame to make it 2-2.
    Tyler Jenkins and Collin Hjerpe each singled to open the game for WFC and Kyle Voytko walked to load the bases off RHS starter Matthew Nunamaker. Jenkins and Hjerpe scored on a one-out single from Jake Albertson to make it 2-0.
    Sean Nunamaker singled home Spencer Hopt, who had doubled, to get Ridgeview on the board. Jace Ballenger, the courtesy runner for Matthew Nunamaker, scored one a two-out single from Justin Givens to tie the game.
    The Mustangs took the lead in the second inning when Matthew Nunamaker doubled in Tucker Maupin, who had reached on a fielder's choice.
    WFC pulled even in the top of the third with a tally that made it 3-3. Three straight singles and a wild pitch with two outs allowed Hjerpe to score the equalizer.
    It didn't stay tied for long. Ridgeview's response in the bottom of the third was a double from Sean Nunamaker to lead off and a one-out two-bagger from Givens to drive Nunamaker home to make it 4-3.
    An error in the fourth helped Ridgeview score two more runs on a Jakob Sutton single. WFC got a run in the sixth and the Mustangs scored twice in the bottom of the inning for the final difference.
    Givens had a pair of doubles, a single and three runs batted in for the Mustangs. Matthew Nunamaker had a double, two singles and one RBI, Sutton collected two hits and three RBIs and Sean Nunamaker had two hits, including a double, and drove in a run. Hopt doubled and Will Campbell and RJ Benefiel each singled.
    Sutton got the win in relief, going 3 1-3 innings in relief of Matthew Nunamaker for Ridgeview (1-3). Sutton gave up a run, two hits and a walk and one strikeout. Nunamaker fanned three, walked one and yielded three runs on six hits. Hopt walked one and fanned one in closing out the game.
    Chandler Hillebrenner took the loss for WFC (1-3), allowing six runs on nine hits and three walks. He struck out four. Voytko fanned five and gave up two hits and a walk in two innings of relief. Hjerpe yielded two runs on two hits and struck out one in one inning.
    Hjerpe and Voytko each had two hits for the Warriors. Albertson had a hit and RBI while Jenkins, Hillebrenner and Clayton Sibert each singled.