Fisher 1, Stark County 0. Senior Taw Fredrickson and sophomore Kyle Williams combined to toss a no-hitter in the nonconference game at the Corn Crib in Normal.
CPCI 10, St. Anne 0. RICK TRASK (six strikeouts) and BEAU ANDERSON (three strikeouts) combined to toss a five-inning one-hit shutout to lift the host Timberwolves. Trask added two hits and two RBI, and GAGE WINGER collected a pair of hits and drove in four.
Monticello 13, Arcola 0. Winning pitcher NICK STOKOWSKI tossed a five-inning no-hitter, striking out 13 for the visiting Sages.
Champaign Central 6, Kankakee 5. The host Maroons scored five runs early and held on for the victory when center fielder Lucas Wilson threw out the potential game-tying run to end the game.
Tuscola 12, Villa Grove 2. Amber Miller belted a grand slam and Carmen Commerford combined with Erin Walker to hold Villa Grove to three hits, leading the Warriors to a road win. Sam Kohlbecker went 2 for 2 with three RBI for Tuscola. Kilee Hoffman drove in both of the Blue Devils' runs.
At Centralia. Urbana's NICOLE CHOQUETTE was the show-stopper at the Orphan Invitational, finishing in 19 minutes, 8.8 seconds to win by 30 seconds.
At Metamora Invite. Hannah Wright finished in 19:26 as Champaign Central placed 12th. Jasmine Gray and Jasmine Schreiber also broke 22 minutes.
TEAMS OF THE YEAR
1. St. Thomas More girls' golf. Six-person state-meet lineup featured five upcoming seniors.
2. Mahomet-Seymour boys' golf. Senior-laden lineup included only one underclassman, junior Garrett Cox.
3. Schlarman softball. Two freshmen started for Class 1A state runner-up team.
CHAMPAIGN — It's one of those stories that gets better with age, particularly as Chantal Meacham grows up, grows older and travels through life as a successful multisport athlete.
Junior, forward, Centennial
The numbers: Possessing a combination of skill and determination, Ayodele was an All-Big 12 selection after a season in which she collected 18 goals and an area-best 15 assists.
Favorite athlete: Natasha Kai
Whom I'm texting most: my friends
SPRINGFIELD — On the final day of May, Centennial allowed its first goal of the month.
It was one more than it could afford.