MAHOMET-SEYMOUR BOYS' TRACK AND FIELD
Coach Keith Pogue's team won the 13-team Gene Ward Invitational in Champaign by four points. Cale McCormick (800), Jonathan Schaap (3,200) and Derek Bunch (shot put) won individual events, and the 3,200-meter relay was also triumphant.
CENTENNIAL GIRLS' SOCCER
ST. JOSEPH — Two individual records and two relay marks were broken in Friday's Spartan Classic varsity boys' track and field invitational.
In track & field
At Urbana. Jansin Garth won the 100- and 200-meter dashes and was part of two victorious relays, leading Centennial to the team title at the Twin City Championships.
Garth was clocked in 11.33 seconds in the 100 and 23.25 in the 200. He ran on the triumphant 400 and 800 relays.
St. Thomas More 12-7, Clifton Central 2-6. MICHAEL PLECKI picked up both wins. STORM JOOP, who picked up the save in Game 2, doubled twice and drove in five runs on the day. MIKE RUBENACKER had three hits and two runs in the opener and SEAN SULLIVAN added two hits.
Sullivan 2, Neoga. 1. After forcing extra innings with a run in the bottom of the seventh, the Redskins scored in the eighth to pull out a home win. Josiah Davidson pitched a complete-game six-hitter for Sullivan.
Centennial 2 Mattoon 1. Zach Owens did not allow an earned run in pitching a four-hit complete game for the host Chargers (15-6). Zach Parks scored the winning run in the seventh inning on a sacrifice fly by Drake PeraTt.
St. Thomas More 8, Momence 0. Mike Plecki (4 for 4) homered and drove in three runs for the visiting Sabers. Sean Sullivan (three RBI) and Storm Joop (double) each had two hits in the victory. Winning pitcher Austin Tabeling struck out seven and allowed two hits in seven innings.
Paxton-Buckley-Loda 10, Momence 0. J.J. VALENTINE went 2 for 2 and scored twice and winning pitcher LIZ SATTERLEE tossed a one-hit shutout.
North Vermillion (Ind.) 14, Oakwood 3. ASHLEY WAHLFELDT homered for the Comets.
Monticello 8, Maroa-Forsyth 0. JACOB WILLIAMS pitched around four errors and fired a no-hitter with 18 strikeouts for the Sages. Williams (two hits), NICK STOKOWSKI (three hits) and RYAN BUNDY (two hits) all drove in two runs.
BLOOMINGTON — Josh Manolakes did a little bit of everything for Centennial in the opener of Saturday's baseball doubleheader at Bloomington.
The right-hander fired a four-hitter with four strikeouts in leading Centennial to a 7-2 win.