Centennial 14, MacArthur 0. LUCAS STEFAN had a grand slam and two-run home runs as the Chargers rolled in a Big 12 road game. CULLY WILSON and DANIEL CROWLEY each had two hits.
Mattoon 6, Rantoul 5. TERRY DEAVILLE had two doubles for the Eagles, who let a 5-3 lead slip away.
Salt Fork 1, Hoopeston Area 0. JOEL LEARNARD doubled home ROSS LEARNARD in the sixth inning as the Storm finally got to MARVIN CRAWFORD (15 strikeouts). COREY RUDIN had two hits in the loss.
Clinton 6, Tuscola 4. CALE ROBINSON went 2 for 3 for the host Maroons. Tuscola's PAT YOAKUM was 3 for 4 and PHILIP MEYER was 2 for 3.
Monticello 1, Warrensburg-Latham 0. NICK STOKOWSKI (eight strikeouts) pitched a complete-game one-hitter and TYLER TAYLOR drove in the game-winning run for the Sages.
Schlarman 10, Westville 3. ZACK MILLER doubled, tripled and had four RBI for the Hilltoppers, who got six hits and seven RBI from its No. 2 through No. 4 hitters. ALEC NEAL pitched a complete game in the win. ZACH WACLAW had two hits and two RBI for the Tigers.
Prairie Central 8, Blue Ridge 1. LUKE BACHTOLD's three-run homer led the host Hawks (9-5).
Fisher 2, Ridgeview 0. TAW FREDRICKSON pitched a complete-game one-hitter, striking out nine for the Bunnies.
LeRoy 5, GCMS 3. JACOB QUAID had eight strikeouts and the Panthers scored four in the seventh.
Cerro Gordo 3, Arcola 2. JOE PETER's complete game and TIM WEAVER's two doubles lifted the Broncos. TONY VanGUNDY had two hits for Arcola.
Oakwood 6, Bismarck-Henning 3. CAMERON LEE homered for the Comets.
Armstrong-Potomac 9, Milford 4. BRANDON SPARKS (home run), DAWSON LOSCHEN and WADE ROGERS (two RBI) each had two hits and DYLAN HOWIE had three RBI for the Trojans. DARIN BAKER was 2 for 3 in the loss.
Sullivan 10, Central A&M 2. ZACH RIGHTER's three hits and GRANT KIDWELL's three RBI led Sullivan.
Tri-County 6, Villa Grove 5. JORDAN RICHARDSON hit a grand slam and pitched a complete game. SEAN CLER had two hits and two RBI in the loss.
Iroquois West 13, Paxton-Buckley-Loda 8. TRENTON MILLER had two hits and three RBI for the Raiders. DYLAN OVERSTREET was 4 for 5 with three RBI and JIMMY QUINN and TANNER HARRIS each had three hits in the loss.
Central 9, Eisenhower 0. AUSTEN ATEN didn't lose a game at No. 1 singles to spark the host Maroons.
Bloomington 1, Danville 0. KIM YOUHAS had seven saves for the Vikings (5-6-1).
Monticello 5, Meridian 0. KIA SMITH and EMMA REINBOLD each scored twice for the visiting Sages.
Danville 18, Paris 1. MORGAN KING had two hits and five RBI as the Vikings (6-2) won their sixth in a row. MICHALEEN FORMAN (4-0) pitched a three-hitter and had two RBI. KRISTI BURGHART had three hits and CASEY CROMWELL and JORDAN OGLE each had two RBI.
Tuscola 4, Monticello 3. SAM LEDBETTER had two hits and two RBI to back the complete-game pitching of ERIN WALKER (10-2). KRISTYN BARRETT had a hit for the Sages.
Mahomet-Seymour 12, Champaign Central 1. BETSY WAGERS went 3 for 3 with four RBI as the Bulldogs made the most of their trip to Eichelberger Field CLARE FEELY had a hit and RBI in the loss.
Villa Grove 13, Shiloh 6. LIZZY SMITH had 20 strikeouts and added two hits and SARAH SHOWALTER and SARAH BENNETT each had three hits for the Blue Devils. STEPHANIE HUNT and ASHLEY YOUNG each had two hits in the loss.
GCMS 13, LeRoy 2. BAILEE GRIDER had three hits and two RBI for the host Falcons.
Heritage 13, Okaw Valley 2. KATIE RUTLEDGE had three hits and three RBI for the Hawks (14-3), who got three hits each from DANI STIGERS and MIRANDA PRUITT.
Bismarck-Henning 14, Oakwood 1. BAILEY BRYANT hit two home runs for B-H (11-5).
Fisher 4, Ridgeview 2. KALLI GOSSER was 2 for 4 with a triple and CHELSEA WILLIAMSON struck out seven for the Bunnies.
South Piatt 12, Martinsville 1. KAITIE WILDMAN was 3 for 3 with four RBI and KATRINA FREEMAN had two hits and two RBI for the Wildcats.
Rantoul 21, Urbana 2. GRACE BJORNBAK had four hits and TAKEISHA JOHNSON and SADIE ADKINS homered for the Eagles. JAMIE HEDRICK struck out nine.
Salt Fork 3, Hoopeston Area 1. HANNAH DARR had two hits and struck out 12 in a complete-game three-hitter for the Storm.
Blue Ridge 9, Prairie Central 8. Setting a school record for single-season home runs (26), the Knight got three-run blasts from JADE O'NEAL and KALYN REYNOLDS and three hits from MARCIA CRAWFORD.
Armstrong-Potomac 11, Milford 10. MARY DELANEY and SHANON REARDON each had three hits for the Trojans.