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In swimming & diving
At Urbana. Sarah McGill and Katherine Penwell each won two individual events, leading Champaign Central to a 100-86 victory against Urbana at the Urbana Indoor Aquatic Center.
McGill was victorious in the 200-yard freestyle (2 minutes, 10.41 seconds) and the 100 free (59.05 seconds).
Chrisman 2, Salt Fork 0. EMILIE McFADDEN had 13 kills and six digs for the Storm in a 25-22, 25-19 loss.
Lexington 2, Fisher 0. GINA MASKO had three kills and CARLI CLIFTON had five assists for the host Bunnies in a 25-8, 25-23 loss.
At Monticello. ERIC PONDER, JOHN EVANS and CHAS CAMPBELL finished 1-2-3 as Tuscola won the boys' meet against Monticello. Tuscola's SUE PONDER won the girls' race, but the Sages, led by freshmen KATIE DOUGLAS (second place) and KATHLEEN TRACY (third), took the team title.
In girls' golf
At Atlanta. Brooklyn Hildreth claimed medalist honors with a 41 to lead Mahomet-Seymour to victory in a three-team meet that included Olympia and Pontiac at North Greens Golf Course.
The Bulldogs' Emily Trolia was runner-up with a 45, and teammate Amber Tabaka was another stroke back.
In girls' cross-country
At Urbana. Champaign Central won its first Twin City meet since 2003, thanks in large part to a first-place effort from HANNAH WRIGHT, who outlasted runner-up THERESA WELLE of St. Thomas More.
"Hannah's been working a long time for this," Central coach CHRISTOPHER SCHULTZ said. "This is the culmination of a lot of work."
Bement, Senior, Volleyball
Recently: Had 18 blocks in a three-set win against Cerro Gordo, tying for the sixth-best one-match performance in IHSA history.
In her own words: "It's weird because Cerro Gordo has always been our rival, and now we're (a co-op) with them in a lot of sports. But in volleyball, we're still rivals."
CPCI 2, Bishop McNamara 0. HILLARY HINES had seven kills and four blocks in leading the host Timberwolves to a 25-20, 28-26 victory. MARIA WILKENING added 18 assists and two aces.
In girls' tennis
At Champaign. Emily Lydic won her singles and doubles matches, leading Centennial to a 9-0 victory against Decatur Eisenhower. Lydic claimed her No. 1 singles match 6-1, 6-0 and teamed with Sophie Kim to win their No. 2 doubles match 8-0. Allison Hansen and Lauren Neitzel won their No. 1 doubles match 8-0.