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Prep roundup: Chargers roll in volleyball

CHAMPAIGN – Melanie Moore dished out 22 assists and Cori Harris belted nine kills and three aces for Centennial in a 25-15, 25-17 season-opening volleyball victory against Peoria Richwoods on Thursday. Morgan Leach added six kills for the Chargers.

Hansen, Mears team up as Chargers roll

DECATUR – Allison Hansen and Maria Mears each won in singles and doubles play to lead Centennial past Eisenhower 9-0 in Big 12 girls' tennis Wednesday.

Hill sets record in defeat

URBANA – Jennifer Hill set an Urbana Aquatic Center pool record, finishing the 50-yard freestyle in 24.95 seconds Tuesday in Urbana's dual-meet loss against Centennial.

Guerreros lead 'Toppers to title

STREATOR – All-tournament pick Refugio Guerrero scored a pair of goals to lead Schlarman to the boys' soccer tournament title Saturday. The Hilltoppers finished the pool-play event 3-0.

Guerrero's unassisted goal lifted the Hilltoppers to a 1-0 victory against Paw Paw. Keeper Nathan Tissier made five saves to preserve the shutout.

Urbana opens soccer tourney with win

QUINCY — Adam Blackman scored on a penalty kick and assisted on a goal by Jon Lukusa to lead Urbana (2-0) to a 2-0 boys’ prep soccer victory against Kirksville (Mo.) on Friday in the Quincy Midwest Classic. Tigers keeper Julian Threlkeid had five saves to record his second shutout of the season.

Big win for Blackman

DECATUR – Adam Blackman scored twice and his father, coach Randy Blackman, picked up his 300th career victory as Urbana beat Decatur Eisenhower 7-0 Thursday in prep soccer.

Benjamin lifts Hoopeston/B-H soccer

CHAMPAIGN – Matt Benjamin's return to soccer got off to an impressive start Tuesday.

Monticello soccer starts fast

Sages bury Heyworth; Centennial golf third in Macek tourney

Khachaturian fifth for STM

A look at the prep golf action from Tuesday

Heroes

VILLA GROVE – When Rick Carr graduated from high school in 1972, the football program was on an 11-game winning streak.

His senior year, the unbeaten Blue Devils were ranked 13th among all high schools in Illinois, but the team never had a chance to compete for a state championship. The IHSA playoffs weren't established until 1974.