GIBSON CITY – Jessica Hunter belted a grand slam and drove in five runs for Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley in the Falcons' 11-0 softball win against Schlarman on Thursday.
Regan Romshek homered twice and drove in three runs. The sophomore also fired a one-hit shutout, striking out 12.
Prairie Central 12, Pontiac 8. Stephanie Wessels had three hits, including a homer and a double, and drove in five runs for the host Hawks.
Mahomet-Seymour 15, Bloomington Central Catholic 1. Allison Gwinup hit a grand slam and drove in five runs to power the visiting Bulldogs' offensive attack.
St. Thomas More 12, Watseka 8. Winning pitcher Becca Millage had two hits and drove in three runs for the visiting Sabers. Brittany Einck collected three hits, and Alyssa Vodacek also added two hits and two RBI.
LeRoy 6, Monticello 1. Kolleen Fannin went 3 for 3 with two RBI for the host Panthers, who also got two hits and two RBI from Stephanie Hintz. Winning pitcher Sarah Hintz struck out eight.
Westville 13, Armstrong-Potomac 1. Lauren Kirkpatrick belted two hits and drove in a pair of runs for Westville, which also got three hits from Danielle Gabehart.
Heritage 10, South Piatt 0. Winning pitcher Hilary Smith (11 strikeouts) had three hits and drove in three runs for the host Hawks.
St. Joseph-Ogden 13, Paxton-Buckley-Loda 1. Abbey McElwee collected four hits and Elizabeth Everingham had two hits and three stolen bases for the host Spartans.
Mahomet-Seymour 7, Bloomington Central Catholic 5. Winning pitcher Jason Ziegler had two hits, two runs and a two-run homer to boost the host Bulldogs.
St. Thomas More 12, Watseka 3. Parker Stewart hit for the cycle, which included a three-run home run, for the visiting Sabers. Jason Herzog also homered for STM.
Paxton-Buckley-Loda 12, St. Joseph-Ogden 5. Jacob Bender, Brad Batte, Jordan Glad and Seth Staton all had two hits and drove in a run for the visiting Panthers.
East Central 18, South Piatt 2. Tyler Sanderson pounded two hits and drove in four runs for the host Panthers.
CPCI 14, Iroquois West 4. Jordan Wyss belted three hits and drove in five runs for the host Timberwolves, who also got three hits and three RBI from Trevor Froehling.
Olympia 10, Rantoul 0. Tyler Myers had two hits for the visiting Eagles.
Tuscola 11, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 6. T.J. Onstott and Dillon Hoel had two hits and two RBI each for the visiting Warriors.
Bismarck-Henning 12, Hoopeston 1. Sam Shoaf (four RBI) and Jordan Ellis collected three hits apiece for the visiting Blue Devils, who also got a homer from Tyler McKenzie.
Arthur-Lovington 5, Martinsville 4. Zach Riley went 3 for 3 with a double and a homer to lead the visiting Knights.
In girls' soccer:
Centennial 2, Normal West 0. Dagny Olson scored a pair of second-half goals, one coming off a pass from Grace Ayodele, to lead the visiting Chargers.
Monticello 10, Decatur Eisenhower 0. Hannah Smith registered four goals – three in the first half – and assisted on one of Shelby Hardimon's two goals to lead the visiting Sages.
Mahomet-Seymour 9, Olympia 10. Kara Breedlove and Alyssa Drollinger each scored a pair of goals for the visiting Bulldogs in support of goalkeeper Hillary Veitch, who recorded her fifth shutout of the season.
In boys' tennis:
At Champaign. Mauricio Gonzalez, Akshay Krishnamani and Jake Schilling all picked up wins in singles and doubles for Centennial in a 7-2 win against Urbana.
At Danville. Kendreth Rowland, Sam Lee and Ryan Smith were all victorious in singles and doubles for Champaign Central in a 6-3 win against Danville.
In boys' track and field:
At Urbana. Danville's Anthony Bacoat swept the sprints (100, 200, 400 meters) and won the long jump in the Vikings' triangular win against second-place Mattoon and Urbana. David Groves (110 hurdles, 300 hurdles) and Cameron Ford (shot put, discus) were also multiple winners for the Vikings.
At Watseka. John Kidwell (long jump, high jump) and Marcel Maiden (triple jump, 400 meters) were multiple winners for the Warriors in their win in a seven-team field.
In girls' track and field:
At Watseka. Jeni Free (discus), Kari Free (800 meters) and Maranda Witty (300 hurdles) were all event winners for Bismarck-Henning in its win in the seven-team field.