Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 4, Flanagan 1. Winning pitcher REGAN ROMSHEK struck out 10 and collected two hits and scored two runs to lead the host Falcons. COURTNEY GRAMLEY and JACKIE FREEHILL each had two hits and an RBI.
Tuscola 6, Clinton 5. SAM LEDBETTER homered twice and drove in six runs to lift the visiting Warriors, who also got two hits from KELSEY CLELAND. ERIN WALKER improved to 9-1 with the win. Clinton's EMILY KOGER (two RBI), HALEY GINGER (RBI) and RAEGAN PINKERTON each had two hits.
Fisher 4, Heyworth 0. The visiting Bunnies got four hits, including two homers, and three RBI from KALLI GOSSER. KELCIE FREDRICKSON tossed a three-hit shutout to earn the win for Fisher, which got two hits and a run from HANNAH VARNER.
Monticello 3, Warrensburg-Latham 0. JAIMEY WATROUS drove in a run and tossed a two-hit shutout with 10 strikeouts for the host Sages. ALLIE HISLOPE doubled twice and drove in a run.
Westville 6, Oakwood 4. BOBBI MORRIS homered for the visiting Tigers. ASHLEY WAHLFELDT connected on a home run for the Comets.
Mahomet-Seymour 10, Urbana 3. The host Bulldogs got two hits apiece from ALIE TARRANT (three RBI) and KRISTEN BELYEA. LINDSEY OGLE stole three bases, and JESSICA ROBERTS homered. ELLEN BEVERLY had two hits for Urbana.
Heritage 7, Arcola 0. HILARY SMITH fired a four-hit shutout with eight strikeouts for the host Hawks.
Blue Ridge 14, Lexington 2. Winning pitcher JORDAN WHEELER (home run, two RBI) and MEGAN TSEVELEKOS (three RBI) each had three hits to power the host Knights.
Schlarman 12, Salt Fork 0. LEA HALL went 4 for 4 and ELIZABETH HAWKINS had two hits to lift the visiting Hilltoppers. KYLEE WEST tossed a two-hit shutout to earn the win.
Shelbyville 4, Unity 3. The host Rockets, who got two RBI from McKENZIE KRUTSINGER, lost in 10 innings.
St. Joseph-Ogden 10, Rantoul 0. Samantha Fleming pitched a two-hitter, striking out five, to improve to 4-0 for the host Spartans.
SJ-O, which improved to 16-0, got two RBI from Mickaela Fleming.
South Piatt 21, Cerro Gordo 18. Kaiti Wildman hit two homers and drove in seven and Kaci Spry also homered to lead the visiting Wildcats.
Kristie Krigbaum was 5 for 5 with seven RBI for the Broncos.
Lovington-Arthur 4, Villa Grove 3. Ashley Tabb homered and Brooke Tabb was 3 for 3 in the Panthers' home contest.
Lizzy Smith homered for Villa Grove.
Mount Zion 12, Central 6. Kurtis Brown had four RBI in the Maroons' home game.
East Central 18, Arcola 0. JOHN ESSIG tossed a five-inning no-hitter with 11 strikeouts and collected three hits and four RBI for the host Panthers. TANNER BROWN added three hits and three RBI.
Flanagan-Cornell-Woodland 7, Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 5. CHRIS WITTEMAN had three hits and three RBI for the host Falcons.
Charleston 2, Rantoul 1. The visiting Eagles got two hits apiece from TERRY DEAVILLE and CORD CHURCH.
Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 5, Armstrong-Potomac 3. KORIE VIRE went the distance for the host Buffaloes, striking out 10 and allowing two hits. KYLE COBURN drove in a pair of runs while RYLEE GOODWIN and JOHN PORTER each had an RBI. KOLTON VERMILLION struck out 14 in the loss.
Oakwood 14, Westville 3. The host Comets got three RBI from JAKE ENGLAND (three hits) and CAMERON LEE, while ZACK GIRTON (two hits) drove in four. KYLE BRAZAS and JON HOEPNER each had two hits for Westville.
Salt Fork 11, Schlarman 0. ROSS LEARNARD fired a two-hit shutout with 11 strikeouts for the host Storm, which got two RBI from COLE TAYLOR.
Manteno 11, Watseka 1. Brock Myers was 1 for 2 in the Warriors' road contest.
Deer Creek-Mackinaw 15, Ridgeview 0. The host Mustangs were held to two hits.
Fisher 4, Heyworth 0. Luke Harvey's two-out, two-run single in the third inning helped the visiting Bunnies.
Lexington 12, Blue Ridge 2. Clint O'Neal hit a two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh to help the host Knights avoid a shutout.
South Piatt 6, Cerro Gordo 1. Connor Gross struck out 10 in a three-hitter to lead the visiting Wildcats, who improved to 5-1 in the Little Okaw Valley Conference. Gross also was 3 for 3 with two RBI.
Broncos starter Joe Peter fanned 11.
Terre Haute South 11, Danville 0. The host Vikings mustered one hit against their visitors from Indiana.