Arthur Okaw Christian 4, Blue Ridge 1. The Conquering Riders (2-5) closed a one-day deficit with four shots in the sixth inning, claiming a victory of nonconference on the road. Aaron Jayne's double RBI marked the solo race for the Knights (3-6), while Peyton Trier and Emmanuel Roughton connected for two successes for AOC.
Casey-Westfield 6, Tri-County 5. Kenzal Lloyd, Jack Armstrong and Carson Logan all scored in the first inning, but the Titans (0-9) were unable to maintain the lead advantage and fell into the untested road trip.
Centennial 7, Urbana 1. Quin Murphy made two hits and Chris Cowser rode in two runs to beat the Chargers (9-3) at their second Big 12 Conference on the road win. Miller Calhoun & # 39; stwo led the Tigers (0-8).
Hoopeston Area 16, Armstrong-Potomac 0. Graham Eighner aired seven out of three innings and gave one shot to beat the visiting Cornjerkers (6-9) at the third consecutive victory at the Vermilion Valley Conference. Lucas Hofer added a 4-for-4 performance with four runs and two RBI, while Austin Keen scored one of four successes for the host Trojans (2-8).
Iroquois West 7, Cissna Park 5. The Raiders (5-3) closed the gap of four runs and prevailed over their Sangamon Valley Conference on the street, thanks to the triple RBI of Peyton Rhodes. Bailey Sluis scored in two points for the Timberwolves (8-4) in the loss of eight innings.
Judah Christian 8, St. Thomas More 6. The Tribe (3-2) overcame five errors and rallied to victory in the non-compliance game, thanks to a fifth inning of five shots. Branden Baltierra scored two RBI teams for Judah, while Will Hoerner's 2-for-4 output scored two runs and one RBI for the Sabers (2-9).
Mahomet-Seymour 14, Bloomington Central Catholic 3. Behind a first inning of eight shots, the Bulldogs (7-2-1) challenged to a victory of nonconference, while Jack McHale drove in three runs with a 2-for-2 and Kyle Kinney added two RBI on two shots .
Monticello 9, Mattoon 7. Both Brett and Brody Macak connected for two shots and drove in two runs for the Sage (7-5), who scored six runs in the sixth inning to pick up a nonconference victory.
Mt. Pulaski 10, Cerro Gordo / Bement 0. Jake Hayes and Jacob Rogers both scored a success, but the Broncos (2-5) were blocked in nonconference action.
Oakwood 17, Schlarman 16. The Comets (6-5) dug deep for four runs in the seventh inning to earn a walk-off victory at home in the Vermilion Valley match. Andy Hohn, who led the winning race, collected three RBI together with Brady Howard for Oakwood. Vaugn Black and Cole Carnahan have tackled three runs on three shots for the Hilltoppers (1-6).
Paxton-Buckley-Loda 27, Momence 4. The Panthers guest (9-3) showed no mercy, scoring 19 points in the first two frames ahead of a victory at Sangamon Valley. Gavin Coplea scored a four-team RBI, while Keyn Humes and Drake Schrodt rode in three runs each.
Shelbyville 6, Clinton 2. Matthew Overton fired in a lonely home run in the seventh inning, but the Maroons (4-4) fell into their road inclination of the Central Illinois Conference.
St. Joseph-Ogden 13, Prairie Central 3. Nick Boggs doubled, honored and delivered seven team RBI and Crayton Burnett led another five races to push the Spartans (10-4-2) to a great home win at the Illinois Central Conference. Rafael Macias and Nate Reed both drove for the Hawks (2-8) in the second inning.
Sullivan 16, Central A & M 0. Spencer Johnson lost only two shots and eliminated nine to gain a complete victory for the Redskins (2-8) in the victory of central Illinois. Johnson received a lot of support for the race, with four Ian Hill RBIs on two shots leading the way.
Tuscola 14, S. Teresa 1. Brayden VonLanken has rallied twice and beat five RBI teams, while Cade Kresin (four RBI) and Jalen Quinn (two RBI) also won the Warriors (13-2) in central Illinois home victory .
Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond 7, Neoga 6. Addi Tinkle doubled in two points, then led three more in a home run to upgrade the Knights (8-3) as they headed for a non-league home win.
Cerro Gordo / Bement 14, Mt. Pulaski 4. Megan Hart and Cheyenne Gentry collected three RBI for the Broncos (3-7) in their strike victory in a non-league game, while Graycie Copsy doubled in addition to scoring three team lengths.
Danville 16, Oakwood 3. Two successes by Tiffany Paris and Paiton Frerichs helped the Comets (5-5) to beat the Vikings by nine (4-3), but the hosts could not match the production of series and fell in the non league inclination.
Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 13, Armstrong 1. Madi Eberle (nine strikeouts) and Maci Bielfeldt combined to not hit the Trojans (4-10), leading the Falcons (5-4) to a smooth victory in the road nonconference action. Bielfeldt added a home run, while Kayle Roe scored an unrealized run for A-P.
LeRoy 13, Urbana 3. Hallie Hahn scored four successes, four RBI and three runs to power the Panthers (7-5) with a victory away from the league, while Kiera Spratt drove for three more races. Erin Wright doubled twice to beat the Tigers (5-5).
Paris 14, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 2. Taylor Stal went 2 for 3 to the pot and drove in one of two runs for the Buffaloes (8-3), but the hosts were unable to provide much more offense in the non-championship loss.
Paxton-Buckley-Loda 16, Momence 3. Maddy Foellner turned an impeccable night on the plate (4 by 4) into four runs and four RBI, while the Panthers (3-10) climbed over an enemy of the Sangamon Valley Conference at home. Sindra Gerdes and Kayla Adwell also led in two sessions.
Salt Fork 11, Westville 3. Jordan Jones stalked the storm (6-2) to a home victory at the Vermilion Valley Conference, eliminating nine and seven innings by limiting the damage to three runs earned. Kayleigh Davis and Reighan Barr have both honored in support, while Cheyenne Terry's two successes were the main exit for the Tigers (2-7).
South Newton (Ind.) 10, Watseka 3. Cassie Peters' three-run homer represented all the tracks for the Warriors (6-5), as the lack of an early offense led to an outbreak of the non-conference game at home.
Tuscola 12, St. Teresa 0. Kaitlyn Reifsteck needed only 60 pitches to launch a two-shot shutout for the Warriors (14-0) as he raised twenty-eight eight along the way to a Central Illinois Conference home victory. Taylor Musgrave beat a three-pitch fullback to close a fourth inning of 10 runs for Tuscola.
Unity 17, Okaw Valley 1. The Rockets (12-3) hastened to reach a rapid home victory in a game of non-match with Allison Clark's three RBIs in the lead. Jalyn Powell, Grace Frye and Summer Day drive each in two runs each for the hosts.
Villa Grove 16, Centennial 6. The Blue Devils (8-9) beat five runs in the first frame and never looked back, receiving at least two RBI for six players – led by Vanessa Wright's four – in the championship win. Meagan Wyss doubled with an RBI to guide the visiting Chargers (4-7).
In women's football
Centennial 8, Danville 4. Cassidy Strode's hat-trick helped fuel the Chargers (3-6) on the road to a Big 12 victory, while Claire Sherrick and Olivia DeVriese dented the wire twice. Strode also scored four assists, while Makenzie Heeren made eight saves for the Vikings (2-9-1).
Champaign Central 1, Peoria Richwoods 0. Lainey Somers drew the lone goal for the Maroons (4-2) on an assist from Bella Ortiz, while Haley Hartleb made nine saves to preserve the shutout for a Big 12 Conference win at home.
Mahomet-Seymour 10, Lincoln 0. Maddy Wade scored a hat-trick for the Bulldogs (12-1), who also scored a couple of goals from each Nyah Biegler and Lauren Schnepper on the home run of the Apollo Conference.
Uni High 1, Arthur Okaw Christian 0. Lyla and Liana Kauffman joined to make 19 parades for the Conquering Riders (2-2), but Illineks (4-3-1) won the Eastern Central Illinois Conference game behind the only goal of Betsy Ruckman.
Bloomington 1, Urbana 1. Allison Perez Briseno scored a decisive goal for the Tigers (2-6-1), who beat their big 12 to draw at home.
To Catlin. Payton Taylor won both the shooting and the discus for the host and the second Salt Fork in the nine invitational teams, but Bismarck-Henning / Rossville-Alvin won the team behind Griffin Winkler's individual victories (high jump) and Gabe Martinez (1,600 run). Austin Bridgman (800, 3,200 rounds) collected the victories of the event for Armstrong-Potomac, while St. Thomas More received a couple of solo victories from Bobby Kapolnek (400 dashes) and Braylon Peakcock (100 dashes). Milford also won a Brad Stock win in the 300 hurdles.
To Paxton. Paxton-Buckley-Loda grew as a landlord in a five-team showdown, winning eight event victories and two by TJ Jones in the 200-meter dash and long jump. Uni High followed as runner-up, winning all three relays and achieving a 1-2 result from Jake Rich and Luke Cowan, respectively, on the disc. Gavin Raines took second place in the 400 riding Blue Ridge, while Judah Christian scored fourth in Michael Jancola's shot.
To Catlin. Bismarck-Henning / Rossville-Alvin prevailed on Host Salt Fork in the invitation to eight teams, taking advantage of Sierra Bryant's victories in the 100, 200 and 400 meter launches and his contribution to the victorious 400 Blue Devils relay. Gracie Jessup has collected a couple of wins in the 100 hurdles and in the long jump for the Storm. Katelyn Young won in the shot put in charge of Oakwood, while Liberty Floyd jumped to victory in the high jump for Villa Grove. Milford (800) and Westville (3200) earned both victories in relay events, while Capria Brownheld cut Jessup out to win the 300 hurdles for Schlarman.
To Paxton. Katelyn Crabb has released three of Paxton-Buckley-Loda's 11 victories up for grabs on his home track, covering the Panthers with a victory in the five-team brawl. Danbi Choi won the 1,600 meter race for Uni High, which also wiped out all three relays. Macey Hamm's victory in the 800 race ran Blue Ridge, while Abby Tapualga won in a shot set for Judah Christian.
In Rantoul. Champaign Central won a quadruple at Rantoul High School, beating host Eagles and St. Joseph-Ogden and Clinton behind a trio of placings in first place of Kai Baumgartner on the 110 and 300 meter obstacles and the triple jump. Rantoul's Jerry Harper picked up victories in the 200 and 800 race to drive the road, while Hayden Knott picked up a couple of field victories in shot-put and discus for SJ-O. Ethan Black raced to victory in the 1,600 race for the victory of Clinton's solitary event.
In men's tennis
In Champaign. Taking two of the three double matches, Uni High won St. Thomas More's 6-3 behind a quartet of single victories. Krishna Subbiah contributed with both double and single wins for Illineks, while Taylor Crawford did the same for the Sabers.
In Champaign. Nick Gunn and Will Shinew won Champaign Central's double victory before adding any single wins to push the Maroons on the hump against Matton for the 6-3 home win.
To Urbana. Ivan Mineyev paired Bill Layton to win a double-double victory, before Mineyev canceled his individual opponents, helping Urbana to win 9-0 at home to Normal West. Layton also won a single for the Tigers, as well as Roman Mineyev, Dylan Patel, Patrick Jamison and Isaac Kandil.