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Sorrells in the second inning singled and stole second, third and home. In the fourth Sorrells lined another single, stole two bases and scored on a Quirin grounder.
Oswego had the tying run thrown out at the plate on a double steal attempt in the sixth, but Giarrante could live with the aggressive play.
"We probably got too aggressive, but that's our motto," Giarrante said. "We're aggressive. We were aggressive last year, we stole over 90 bases last year. We like to put pressure on teams."
Oswego advanced to play at Kaneland at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Summer baseball is usually a more relaxed setting, but the pressure ramps up a bit these two weeks.
"We always play every game hard," Hejza said, "but it definitely picks up more during the playoffs."