Tuesday's prep highlights: Lee powers Oakwood

Tuesday's prep highlights: Lee powers Oakwood


Oakwood 20, Seeger (Ind.) 15. Cameron Lee (3 for 5) hit a grand slam in the first inning for the host Comets (5-2), who got two doubles and two RBI from Tyler Knight (3 for 6).

Jimmy Rutledge went 2 for 5 and Casey Fletcher (two RBI) tripled for Oakwood.

Sullivan 8, Okaw Valley 3. Host Sullivan (10-1) won its sixth in a row as six pitchers combined to limit Okaw Valley to five hits and Austin Raboin doubled and drove in two runs.

Iroquois West 6, Watseka 1. Kyle Pool struck out 16 and didn't issue a walk en route to a two-hit complete game for the visiting Raiders (3-8). Eric Dieken had two doubles and four RBI for Iroquois West.

Fisher 3, Lexington 2. Trey Rogers (2-0) held Lexington to one earned run and struck out eight, pitching Fisher (5-5) to a home victory.

BCC 10, Rantoul 0. Bloomington Central Catholic handed the visiting Eagles their first loss of the season. Rantoul (8-1) could muster two hits doubles by Ryne Worthington and Chris Deaville in the five-inning defeat.

Tuscola 9, Arcola 3. Chase Little belted two homers and drove in four runs for the host Warriors. Jacob Barr went 3 for 4 for Tuscola. Tony VanGundy and Garrison Stenger had two hits apiece for the Purple Riders.

Pontiac 4, Mahomet-Seymour 1. Dalton Kearns' solo home run in the fifth inning kept the Bulldogs from being shut out at home. Alex Smith had two of M-S' four hits.

Clifton Central 15, CPCI 4. The Comets scored eight times in the fourth inning to pull away from host CPCI. Rick Trask and Beau Anderson had one RBI apiece for the Timberwolves.

SJ-O 13, Tri-Point 0. Louis Acklin threw a five-inning no-hitter for the Spartans (6-4), who led 7-0 after one inning.

St. Thomas More 5, PBL 3. Jacob Kluth, Michael Plecki and Julian Boswell each had two hits to back the pitching of Austin Tabeling, who went the distance for the visiting Sabers. Jimmy Quinn went 3 for 4 for the Panthers.

South Newton (Ind.) 5, Milford 4. Clayton Rieches scored a run and drove in a run for the visiting Bearcats.


Rantoul 3, BCC 1. Katie Tuller went 2 for 3 and had the game-winning RBI for the host Eagles (5-5, 1-0 Corn Belt Conference) against Bloomington Central Catholic.

Danville 13, Hoopeston Area 3. Morgan King went 4 for 4 with three home runs and six RBI to lead the Vikings to a five-inning home victory. Casey Cromwell and Michaleen Forman also homered for Danville (3-2). Forman, a junior making her varsity debut as a pitcher, struck out seven.

SJ-O 17-11, Tri-Point 0-0. Elizabeth Everingham pitched a five-inning no-hitter in the opener and belted a grand slam in the nightcap to lead St. Joseph-Ogden (10-0) to a home sweep. Hannah Bowen had four hits and drove in five runs in the first game. Jordyn Rahn limited Tri-Point to one hit in five innings in Game 2.

PBL 13, St. Thomas More 0. Liz Satterlee pitched a five-inning one-hitter as PBL (12-2) rolled at home. Satterlee (8-2) struck out seven. Brooke Allen doubled and drove in three runs for the Panthers.

Schlarman 4, GCMS 3. Kylee West scattered 11 hits and held GCMS to two earned runs, leading host Schlarman (10-0). West struck out seven in outdueling Regan Romshek, who also limited the Hilltoppers to two earned runs while pitching a seven-hitter. Kaiti Bowen had four hits and two RBI for the Falcons (4-2).

Fisher 12, Lexington 2. Kalli Gosser, Amanda Cain and Taylor Hadden drove in two runs apiece to power the Bunnies (5-5) to a six-inning home win. Chelsea Williamson held Lexington to four hits.

Blue Ridge 5, Monticello 2. Jordan Wheeler went 2 for 4 with a homer and pitched a five-hitter, leading the Knights to a nine-inning win. Wheeler struck out 12.

Urbana 3, Shiloh 1. Alexandra Hammond pitched a two-hitter and Jessica Johnson had two hits for the host Tigers.

Track & field

At Mahomet. Derek Bunch (shot put, discus) and Colton Fender (110 hurdles, 300 hurdles) each won two events to boost Mahomet-Seymour to the title of a five-team meet.

Girls' soccer

Judah Christian 2, STM 0. Anna Krehbiel had a goal and assist for the host Tribe. Judah keeper Erin Huggett recorded seven saves against St. Thomas More.

Urbana 2, Uni High 0. Ericka Dix and Nicole Sanders scored second-half goals for the Tigers (3-1) in a road victory against Urbana University High.

Champaign Central 1, M-S 1. Sarah Kresca of the Maroons and Kayla Thompson of host Mahomet-Seymour scored in the tie.

Boys' tennis

At Champaign. Daniel Lee, Patrick Kearney and Peter Kim each won singles and doubles matches for Centennial in a 6-3 win against Normal West.

At Urbana. Bryton Bui won singles and doubles matches for St. Thomas More in a 7-2 loss to Bloomington at the Khan Outdoor Tennis Complex.

Bui combined with Hak Soo Lee for the doubles win.


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