Clutch Jones leads Fisher

Clutch Jones leads Fisher

FISHER – Dillon Jones' RBI single in the bottom of the seventh plated Parker Perrero to lead Fisher to a 3-2 baseball win against LeRoy on Wednesday.

Kam Mason collected two hits for the Bunnies (12-6, 7-2 Heart of Illinois), who got two hits from Perrero. LeRoy (7-10, 4-5) got three hits from James Brent and two hits, a run and an RBI from Eric Steffen.

Sullivan 9, Monticello 6. Zach Righter homered and Chad Frerichs had two hits for the visiting Redskins. Jake Lieb had three hits for the Sages.

Armstrong-Potomac 2, Westville 0. Dalton Esteppe drove in both runs to lead the host Trojans. D.J. Davis had two hits and scored twice. Cody Benschneider had three hits for the Tigers.

Casey-Westfield 12, Arthur-Lovington 0. Mark Herschberger, Justin Hayes and Evan Seegmiller all had a hit for the host Knights.

Unity 5, Argenta-Oreana 4. Mitch Negangard homered and Tyler Bialeschki struck out eight to power the visiting Rockets. Derek Hodges homered for the Bombers.

Rantoul 10, Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 4. Winning pitcher Terry Deaville went 3 for 4 and drove in four runs for the host Eagles. Devin Smith added two hits, including a home run, for Rantoul. Christian Rosenbeck had two hits and drove in a run for the Falcons.

Schlarman 11, Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 4. Zane Dillon had a double among his four hits for the visiting Hilltoppers. Nathan Ross went 3 for 4 for the Buffaloes.

Bismarck-Henning 9, Milford/Cissna Park 8. Winning pitcher Austin Toler ended the game with a two-run walkoff single for the host Blue Devils. Stephen Krout added two hits and two RBI for B-H. Anthony Stebbins homered for Milford/Cissna Park.

Okaw Valley 7-14, East Central 4-3. Travis Hawkins collected four hits on the day as the host Panthers were swept in a doubleheader.

Salt Fork 11, Oakwood 8. Sawyer Howe went 4 for 5 with a double and two RBI to power the visiting Storm. Winning pitcher Joel Learnard doubled, tripled and drove in a run.

Blue Ridge 1, Ridgeview 0. Trenton Weddle fired a one-hit shutout, striking out 12 for the host Knights. Weddle's drove in the game's only run on a sacrifice fly that plated Garie Brock in the third inning.

In softball:
Westville 10, Armstrong-Potomac 0. Emily Taylor went 2 for 2 with a home run and five RBI for the host Tigers. Kayla Bryant also went 2 for 2 with two runs and an RBI for Westville, which got three hits and three runs from Morgan Ritchie.

St. Thomas More 12, Clifton Central 6. Brooke Schmidt (four RBI) and winning pitcher Becca Millage (three RBI) collected four hits apiece for the visiting Sabers. Alyssa Vodacek had two hits and scored twice.

Heritage 9-15, Okaw Valley 1-3. Katie Rutledge belted six hits and stole six bases on the day for the host Hawks, who swept the doubleheader. Alex Danner went 4 for 4 in Game 2 and Dani Stigers added three hits.

Monticello 14, Centennial 4. Ashley Dawson collected three hits, including a double and a home run, to power the host Sages. Sammi Thompson (three RBI) and Jaz Thompson (two RBI) had three hits each. Katie Blas (two runs) and Jamie Cutright (two RBI) had two hits each for the Chargers.

Blue Ridge 12, Ridgeview 0. Jordyn Fones went 3 for 3 and scored three runs for the host Knights, who won their 18th game in a row. Melinda Wilson added two doubles, two RBI and three runs.

Villa Grove 13, Shiloh 0. Abby Rogers and Tanaya Behl each homered for the visiting Blue Devils.

LeRoy 7, Fisher 4. Jordan Riddle and Mary Kline had two hits apiece for the visiting Panthers. Ashley Segerstrom added two hits and Kolleen Fannin drove in two runs for LeRoy.

Bismarck-Henning 16-14, Milford/Cissna Park 6-2. Frankie Shoaf had four hits and three RBI in the opener and Danielle Brown collected two hits and drove in five runs in the nightcap to lead the Blue Devils to a doubleheader sweep.

Schlarman 3, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 0. Mariah Skaggs fired a one-hit shutout and also drove in a pair of runs to lead the host Hilltoppers.

In boys' tennis:
At Danville. Nicholas Oporto, Mauricio Gonzalez, Jake Schilling and Robb Cozad won in singles and doubles for Centennial in a 7-2 win against Danville.

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