Tuesday's prep highlights: Carnahan paces Comets

Tuesday's prep highlights: Carnahan paces Comets


Oakwood 12, North Vermillion (Ind.) 0. ZACH CARNAHAN fired a one-hit shutout with eight strikeouts for the host Comets. LOGAN CRONK (two hits, two RBI) and CAMERON LEE (three RBI) led the offense.

Centennial 8, Urbana 3. TREY BALLARD and CULLY WILSON each went 2 for 3 with an RBI to lead the host Chargers. NATE GIBSON also drove in a run for Centennial.

Tri-Valley 5, GCMS 3. ALEX KEMMER doubled and tripled for host Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley.

Tri-County 13, Arthur-Lovington 6. JORDAN RICHARDSON (six RBI) and COLE MORGAN each homered twice for the host Titans. COLE LEWIS also went deep, and JUSTIN RICHARDSON added three hits and two RBI. A-L got three hits, including a homer, from JUSTIN HAYES.

PBL 6, CPCI 3. Winning pitcher DYLAN OVERSTREET, who improved to 6-1, struck out seven and drove in four runs to lift the host Panthers. TYLER APLAND and TANNER HARRIS each had two hits and an RBI.

St. Joseph-Ogden 2, Iroquois West 0. HUNTER HART connected on a two-run single with two outs in the seventh inning to lift the visiting Spartans. BLAKE HOVELN fired a two-hit shutout with 13 strikeouts for SJ-O, which got two hits from JARED ORCUTT.

LeRoy 2, Lexington 1. NOLAN SAMMER's sacrifice fly in the seventh helped earn a win for JAKE QUAID (four hits, 10 strikeouts). BRANDON BRONKE added two hits for the visiting Panthers.

Unity 9, Clinton 3. CALEB RICE had two hits and three RBI to lead the visiting Rockets.

Tremont 4, Blue Ridge 3. JOHNNEY BRUDEN belted a solo home run for the visiting Knights.

Mattoon 8, Danville 1. CHUCKIE ROBINSON went 2 for 3 for the host Vikings.

Mahomet-Seymour 5, Armstrong-Potomac 4. ALEX SMITH doubled twice and scored three runs to lead the visiting Bulldogs. KOLTON VERMILLION had three hits for the Trojans.

Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 9-10, Westville 4-15. KYLE COBURN had two hits and drove in three runs to lead the host Buffaloes in the opener. KYLE BRAZAS and JON HOEPNER each had two hits for the Tigers.

In Game 2, TYLER DICKEN connected on a grand slam in the first inning, and Brazas added three hits.

Tuscola 9, Warrensburg-Latham 8. CHASE LITTLE (two RBI), NOLAN WALSH (three RBI) and PAT YOAKUM each had two hits for the visiting Warriors.


Watseka 26, Kankakee Grace Baptist 2. HAYLEY GRAY tossed a no-hitter and drove in four runs to lead the host Warriors. KAT GRIMES (two hits) also had four RBI, and KAITY JOHNSON added three hits and three RBI.

Clinton 13, Argenta-Oreana 3. EMILY KROEGER (four hits, four RBI) and MORGAN HICKMAN (two hits) each homered for the Maroons. HANNA LONG also had four hits for Clinton.

Bismarck-Henning 5, Hoopeston Area 2. BAILEY BRYANT had two hits for the host Blue Devils.

St. Thomas More 21, Tri-Point 1. Winning pitcher BECCA MILLAGE allowed one hit and struck out nine for the visiting Sabers. Millage added two hits, including a homer, and four RBI. ALYSSA VODACEK and BROOKE PLOTNER each drove in three runs.

Monticello 10, Unity 0. KARLI HARSHBARGER allowed two hits and struck out 15 to lead the visiting Sages. JAIMEY WATROUS had three hits and three RBI for Monticello, which got a home run from ALLIE HISLOPE.

Centennial 21, Champaign Central 4. COURTNEY STAMM and KATIE JANSEN each went 3 for 4 with three runs scored for the host Chargers, who picked up their first win of the season and scored more than five runs for the first time. HANNAH SCHLAKE (two runs) and MEGAN SCHARNETT (four runs) each had two hits.

Tri-Valley 2, GCMS 0. JESSICA HUNTER and ANNIE SCHULTZ each had an extra-base hit for host Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley.

Blue Ridge 5, Tremont 1. Winning pitcher JORDAN WHEELER struck out seven and didn't allow an earned run for the visiting Knights. JORDYN FONES, MARCIE CRAWFORD and MELINDA WILSON each had two hits.

Danville 12, Urbana 2. KRISTI BRUGHART, JORDAN OGLE and MORGAN KING each had three hits and two RBI for the host Vikings. KAITLIN BAXTER had two hits and three RBI for the Vikings, who got a homer from CASEY CROMWELL.

Shiloh 13, Martinsville 5. KATIE STARKEY went 4 for 4 and scored four runs for the visiting Raiders. STEPHANIE HUNT had two hits, scored three runs and collected four stolen bases.

Mahomet-Seymour 4, Prairie Central 2. KENDYL CUMMINS and VANESSA HEINOLD each had two hits for the visiting Bulldogs. Winning pitcher JAIME SCOTT allowed one hit.

Fieldcrest 11, Fisher 1. AMANDA CAIN had a hit and an RBI for the visiting Bunnies.

Girls' soccer

Danville First Baptist 2, Normal Calvary 1. JESSICA GREER scored both goals for host First Baptist.

St. Teresa 8, St. Thomas More 2. JADE BRINKOETTER, and ASHLEY COX each scored for the visiting Sabers.

Normal U-High 2, Mahomet-Seymour 0. BRIANNA TAYLOR made four saves for the host Bulldogs.

Track & field

At Tolono. Argenta-Oreana's BECCA HEIGES won the triple jump and long jump at the Unity girls' meet.

At Tolono. Unity's ALEX FERGUSON (shot put, discus) and Urbana University's NEALAY KALITA (100 meters, 200) were double winners at the Unity boys' meet.

At Gibson City. Ridgeview's DILLON BLANCHARD (shot put) and TYLER MAXWELL (110 hurdles) were event winners and helped the Mustangs to a third-place finish at the boys' Heart of Illinois/McLean County Invite. LeRoy's AUSTIN TREASE (high jump) and GCMS' NICK RETHERFORD (300 hurdles) were the area's other individual winners.

At Gibson City. JORDYN NETTLETON (100 hurdles, 300 hurdles) won two events to help the host Falcons win the girls' HOI/McLean County Invitational. KAYLA O'NEAL (discus) and SYDNI MEUNIER (3,200) also won events for GCMS. Ridgeview's EMILY COILE (long jump, triple jump) was a double winner.

At Champaign. JONAH PEOPLES (200, 110 hurdles) and BLAS GARCIA-CANGA (1,600, 3,200) each won two events to help Centennial win the Twin City Championship by 40 points over second-place Champaign Central.

Boys' tennis

At Champaign. Champaign Central blanked Urbana 9-0, highlighted by a 6-0, 6-0 win by SAMUEL WAMPLER and RYAN SMITH at No. 2 doubles. Wampler and Smith also won singles matches. AUSTIN ATEN (No. 1 singles) and KENNETH YUN (No. 2) teamed to win in No. 1 doubles. ALEJANDRO MACIAS also won in singles and doubles.


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