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URBANA – Solomon Crenshaw won the 55 meters and the 200 to lead Danville's boys' track and field team to the title of Saturday's Gene Armer Invitational.
Crenshaw joined Anthony Bacoat, MykeTez Forman and Tejuan Jackson on the victorious 800 relay, which set a meet record of 1:31.42. Cameron Stringfellow captured the shot put.
Danville was third in the girls' competition, led by Destiny Carter's victory in the 400. Carter teamed with Cashmire Bailey, Lisa Hancock and Alexis Jimson-Miller to win the 800 relay.
TUSCOLA – Kelsey Cleland recorded a perfect game for Tuscola in its 19-0 softball victory against Shiloh on Wednesday.
Cleland (1-1), who struck out five, did not allow a hit in five innings.
The Warriors were led by Samantha Ledbetter, who had seven RBI. Ledbetter went 3 for 4, with a grand slam, solo home run and double. Lexi Rogers had two doubles and three RBI for Tuscola, which collected 11 hits. Brittany Foy had a two-run double.
High school boys
Springfield 3ASuper Super-Sectional
Centennial 80, Cahokia 74
CPCI 11, Tri-Point 1
Clifton Central 8, Iroquois West 2
Tuscola 8, Westville 1
Parkland 7, Southeastern 2
Fisher 4, CPCI 2
Urbana 17, St. Thomas More 1
Salt Fork 6, Watseka 3
Unity 5, St. Thomas More 2
Villa Grove 11, Tuscola 10
High school girls
Uni-High 5, St. Thomas More 1
BLOOMINGTON – The Illinois High School Association will allow schools to secure waivers for illegal basketball uniforms by completing the "Basketball Uniform Waiver Request Form" that is available online in the IHSA Schools Center.
Officials have notified the IHSA of several schools whose uniforms do not currently comply with National Federation of State High School Association rules. As a result, the association has instituted a waiver process that allows schools to use their illegal uniforms for the remainder of this season, including the state tournament series, without penalty.
MAHOMET – It is perhaps a bit ironic that The News-Gazette's Area Player of the Year in soccer doesn't want anyone coming near her feet.
Mahomet-Seymour junior Kelsie Donley has a thing for shoes, and her self-described obsession played itself out one day when an unsuspecting freshman tapped her on the foot and said, "Hey, great job!" after a game.
CHAMPAIGN – What happened to Urbana keeper Aubrey Morse a couple weeks ago was a fluke.
CHAMPAIGN – On another day, it might have been good enough.
But for the Mahomet-Seymour girls' soccer team, Wednesday's effort came up just short.
MAHOMET – Mahomet-Seymour's Bulldogs know heartbreak.
Two years ago, the M-S girls' soccer team lost to Charleston in a penalty-kick shootout in the regional final. Last spring, Centennial edged the Bulldogs on their home field in the championship match.