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Highlights: Boyce shines

CHAMPAIGN – Urbana University High's Lisa Boyce won the 50-yard freestyle and 100 free as the Illineks finished third at Saturday's Champaign Central Invitational.

"It went pretty well," Boyce said. "I got to 52 seconds again in the 100 free, where I hadn't been since the first week of the season."


Judah Christian shuts out Unity

SAVOY – Alex Berry had a goal and an assist as host Judah Christian beat Unity 4-0 in boys' soccer Thursday.


Sabers' Murphy takes top honors

A look around Tuesday night's area prep scene:


Machesky, Illineks ace foe

A look around Tuesday night's area volleyball scene:


Maroons turn away rivals

CHAMPAIGN – Clinton Miller and Martin Musuruana each scored goals to lead Champaign Central past Centennial 2-0 in a Big 12 Conerence boys' soccer match Monday.


Urbana's Marjanovic takes Richwoods title

PEORIA — Urbana’s Katarina Marjanovic won No. 1 singles at the Peoria Richwoods Invitational on Saturday.

Marjanovic did not lose a set and dropped two games in the tournament.
The Tigers placed seventh.


Wong, Skoza shine for Uni High

DANVILLE – Michelle Wong earned tournament MVP honors to lead Urbana University High to first place at the Danville Christ Lutheran Crusader Invitational.

Wong compiled 84 assists, 18 digs and 10 aces in tournament play.


Hilltoppers, Sabers hold own

DANVILLE – Scott Showers and Weston Depratt each scored first-half goals to lead Schlarman to a 2-1 win against St. Thomas More at the Schlarman tournament on Saturday.

Brett Carroll added an assist for the Hilltoppers, who placed second in the tournament.


Centennial golf teams up

NORMAL – Robb Cozad and Billy Regan combined to shoot a 71 to lead Centennial to a first-place finish at the Normal Better Ball in boys' golf on Saturday.

"Our second and third scores came in low. Me and Billy knew we were going to come in low," Cozad said.


Tigers keep their cool

CHAMPAIGN – Amid the yellow cards, hard feelings and intense play, Urbana's Tigers were able to keep their composure, for the most part.