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Iroquois West 3-3, Fisher 2-13. KEATON ZIRKLE had two hits in the opener and drove in the game-winning run for the Raiders. Fisher scored seven times in the fifth inning of the second game and got two hits from TATE ESTES, NICK THOMAS and LUKE HARVEY.
At Clinton Lake. Monticello won Friday's sectional championship and will be joined by area schools DeLand-Weldon and Champaign Central at the IHSA Bass Fishing State Finals next month at Carlyle Lake.
Urbana 3, Champaign Central 0. CONNER GREMER pitched a one-hitter for the host Tigers, striking out five. Urbana scored all three runs in the bottom of the fifth. TANNER GOSLIN had the lone hit for the Maroons.
n Fisher 9, GCMS 8. TATE ESTES had three hits and TAW FREDRICKSON had two, including a triple, for the visiting Bunnies. AXEL DORAN had three hits for Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley.
n Armstrong-Potomac 1, Schlarman 1. The Trojans and the Hilltoppers are tied after 13 innings. The game will resume on May 9.
Recently: Homered in back-to-back games, driving in nine runs in those games, and then combined with Austin Reed on a one-hitter in the Sages' third win in a 3-0 week.
Rantoul 4, Pontiac 0. TERRY DEAVILLE improved to 5-0 in tossing a no-hitter with eight strikeouts to lead the host Eagles. KELLY FOSTER and RYNE WORTHINGTON each had two hits.
The Sages' (11-4) winning streak hit five as they started 2-0 in the Okaw Valley Conference. In one league game, Nick Stokowski homered in a game Jacob Williams won. In the other, Williams homered in a game Stokowski won.
CHAMPAIGN CENTRAL GIRLS' SOCCER
Centennial 12, MacArthur 2. Lucas Stefan and Ryan McCuskey each had three hits and three RBI for the Chargers (13-2) in a five-inning home win. Drey Goddard held the Generals to three hits.
In boys' track & field
At Urbana. Josh Robinson and Cirron Clark each won two events to lead Danville to the team title of the Urbana Open.
Robinson swept the 110-meter hurdles (15.21 seconds) and 300 hurdles (41.44). Clark captured the pole vault (12 feet, 6 inches) and triple jump (42-4 1/2).
In track & field
At Monticello. Monticello standout Steve Schroeder pulled double duty for the first time this season during the Monticello Boys Invitational on Friday.
Schroeder swept the 1,600- and 3,200-meter races. He took the 3,200 with a meet-record time of 9 minutes, 23.35 seconds and won the 1,600 in 4:30.