ROSCOE - The Hononegah softball team improved to 9-1 overall and 2-0 in NIC-10 play with a 21-1 victory over Boylan Friday.
The Indians scored nine times in the first inning, four in the third and eight more in the fourth inning before the mercy rule was invoked.
Hononegah finished the four innings with 19 hits to go along with the 21 runs.
Ashton Melaas picked up the win in the circle, limiting the Titans to one hit.
Kendall Johnson went 4-for-4 with a pair of RBI's, while Carrie Anderson and Brooke Wintlend both had three hits and three RBI's.
Hononegah beat Rochelle before falling to Sterling on Saturday.
The Indians will be back in action Tuesday when they host Guilford.
• EAST TROY SWEEPS CLINTON: East Troy Clinton by scores of 10-2 and 19-5 on Saturday.
The Trojans scored seven runs in the second inning in game one to take control, while pounding out 20 hits in game two. Both games finished after five innings.
. PREP BASEBALL: MADISON LA FOLLETTE 20, BELOIT MEMORIAL 16: The Lancers pounded out 14 hits and drew 14 walks from Beloit pitching to defeat the Purple Knights in a wild game Saturday at the Stateline Family YMCA Youth Sports Complex.
The Lancers scored nine runs in the first three innings to take a 9-3 lead. The Knights battled back with three runs in the fourth, and after La Follette scored twice in the top of the fifth, Beloit rallied for six runs to take a 12-11 lead after five innings.
La Follette put the game out of reach with nine runs in the sixth inning. Beloit entered the seventh trailing 20-13 and put up three runs before the rally ended.
Andrew Rajkovich drove in seven runs on two hits including a home run for La Follette.
Beloit finished with 14 hits, led by Matthew's Locke's four. Locke also drove in three runs, while Brett Kiger went 3-for-3 with five RBI. Corbin Ovist and Liam Flanagan each had two hits also.
• EAST TROY 9, BRODHEAD-JUDA 8: The Trojans broke up a 4-4 tie with four runs in the bottom of the fourth Friday.
Andrew Brockwell and Brady Malkow each had three hits, while Marco Bueno and Payton Johnson each drove in a pair of runs for the Cards.
• PREP TRACK: The Clinton-based Home School Eagles swept the Don Albright Invitational, host by Parkview, on Saturday.
The Vikings finished second in both meets, losing to the Eagles by just three points in the girls race.
Eagles senior Chase Vegter took home Meet MVP in the boys race for the second straight year after 100 and 200-meter dashes along with the 300-meter hurdles and the long jump.
On the girls side, Eagle Havilah Pfarr won both the 400 and 800-meter races, while Parkview's Lexy Olson won the 3200 with a 13:28.