Little League from Monday

    Driscoll Motors and Illinois American Water Company posted lopsided wins in Little League play on Monday at the Rec-Plex.
Driscoll 11, Bank of Pontiac 6
    A pair of four-run innings allowed Driscoll Motors to drive past Bank of Pontiac 11-6. Driscoll scored in each inning of the five-inning contest.
    Bank of Pontiac spotted Driscoll a run in the top of the first but scored three times in the home half of the frame. Driscoll came back with four runs in the second and did not trail the rest of the way.
    Parker Brock had a double and drove in two runs to help pace the Driscoll Motors offense. Cade Tolbert had a hit and two RBIs while Henry DeYoung and Cole Kuerth each had a hit and RBI. Wyatt Berry, Liam Reilly and Clayton Shaver each singled. Brody Karr drove in a run.
    Brock struck out five as the starting pitcher for Driscoll. Berry and DeYoung each fanned one in relief. Michael Hendershott struck out four and Myles Gilliam had three punchouts for Bank of Pontiac.
    Gilliam collected a double, single and drove in three runs for BOP. Camden Fenton had a hit and RBI and Chancey Haas and Dylan Verdun each singled.
IAWC 21, Pontiac Police 5
    Illinois American Water struck early and often on cruising to a 21-5 win over Pontiac Police in the late game. IAWC scored five runs in the first and four in the second and did not look back.
    Hayden DuVall collected a triple, three doubles and a single while driving in four runs for IAWC. Brayden Stroh contributed two hits, including a double, and two RBIs and Alex McMeen had a double and two runs batted in. Owen Stroh drove in two runs and singled while Shannon Law had two RBIs. Mason Schlosser and Anderson Horning each batted in a run.
    Elijah Hartke paced PPD with a double, single and RBI. Jackson Crawford had a triple and drove in two runs while Cole Rapp also had two RBIs and singled. Carson Walker singled, as well.
    Schlosser and DuVall each struck out three batters and Horning had one K for IAWC. Crawford set down two on strikes for Pontiac Police. Hartke fanned three and Rapp struck out one.