Thursday's highlights: Onstott (2 HRs) powers Tuscola

Thursday's highlights: Onstott (2 HRs) powers Tuscola


Tuscola 12, Central A&M 1. TJ Onstott belted two home runs and Dillon Hoel fired a one-hitter in the Warriors' five-inning home win. Hoel and teammate Kyle Miller also homered.

Mattoon 1, Danville 0. Hard-luck loser Cody Burton fanned eight and allowed two hits in the complete game for the visiting Vikings.

Watseka 14, St. Anne 0. Todd Lyznicki pitched a one-hitter and Austin Blair drove in four runs, leading the host Warriors in the five-inning win. Lyznicki, who struck out nine, was backed by a 12-hit attack.

Sullivan 10, Clinton 0. Andrew Sparrow drove in four runs and Colton Piper pitched a two-hitter for the host Redskins in a five-inning win. Sparrow had a two-run homer and a two-run double in support of Piper, who struck out eight and walked none.

Windsor 12, Arthur-Lovington 1. Zach Riley doubled for the Knights' lone hit in a five-inning road loss.

PBL 5, CPCI 2. Dylan Kingren struck out seven and held CPCI to five hits in six innings, leading the Panthers to a road win.

Arcola 6, Tri-County 2. Garrison Stenger went 4 for 4, including a homer, and drove in four runs for the Purple Riders in a road win. Nik Duffle struck out 10 and held Tri-County to five hits and one earned run.

Schlarman 15, Oakwood 4. Alec Neal went 5 for 5 for the Hilltoppers, who scored 13 runs in the final two innings of a road victory. Adam Pellegrini homered for Schlarman.

St. Joseph-Ogden 9, Iroquois West 3. Blake Hoveln homered for the Spartans in a home win.

Mahomet-Seymour 6, BCC 4. Jason Troyer went 2 for 2 with four RBI to lead the Bulldogs past host Bloomington Central Catholic in the first round of the Corn Belt Conference tournament.

Monticello 9, Argenta-Oreana 6. Austin Reed went 3 for 4 with four RBI for the Sages in a home win.

LeRoy 8, Fisher 7. Brandon Bronke's two-run single in the 12th inning lifted the Panthers to a home win. Bronke, who also delivered a game-tying double in the 11th, finished with three hits and four RBI. Fisher starter Trey Rogers struck out 13.


Heritage 9, Villa Grove 1. Dani Stigers belted a grand slam and finished with five RBI for the Hawks in a road victory. Katie Rutledge went 3 for 3 for Heritage, and Sarah Showalter had three of Villa Grove's five hits.

GCMS 7, Deer Creek-Mackinaw 0. Regan Romshek pitched a six-hit shutout and had three hits to lead the Falcons to a home win. Annie Schultz contributed three hits and two RBI to the victory.

Watseka 13, St. Anne 2. Kat Grimes went 3 for 4 with three RBI for the Warriors' in a five-inning home win. Brittany Williams held St. Anne to two hits. Mariah Carroll was 3 for 3 and scored twice for Watseka.

Hoopeston Area 11-8, Oakwood 1-6. Katie Goodrum and Brooke Kinney combined for eight hits and seven RBI to lead the host Cornjerkers to a doubleheader sweep. Hoopeston Area overcame an early 5-0 deficit to win the nightcap.

Sullivan 10, Unity 8. Hillary Bragg and Allie Bragg combined for five hits and four RBI, leading the Redskins to a road victory. Kindra Reimer had two hits and drove in two runs for Unity.

Monticello 5, Clinton 1. Kaitlyn Barrett homered, doubled and drove in two runs, leading the Sages to a home win. Karli Harshbarger struck out eight and held the Maroons to five hits, including two apiece by Emily Kroeger and Morgan Hickman.

Schlarman 15, Bismarck-Henning 5. Lohgan BryanT doubled, tripled and drove in five runs for the Hilltoppers (23-0) in a road win. Chelsea Willis, Randi Cookus and Lea Hall each added three hits for Schlarman.

Danville 6, Centennial 0. Jordan Ogle tripled and drove in two runs to back the three-hit pitching of Michaleen Forman in the Vikings' home win.

Westville 9-9, G-RF 0-3. Danielle Gabehart doubled and drove in three runs in support of a three-hit shutout by Taylor Ceader that carried the Tigers to a Game 1 victory. Westville swept Georgetown-Ridge Farm behind a two-run homer by Jenna Golden and two RBI by Emily Taylor.

Fieldcrest 11, LeRoy 1. Emily Schopp had one of the Panthers' four hits and scored their lone run in a road loss.

St. Joseph-Ogden 22-18, Iroquois West 1-0. Abby Immke had four hits and four RBI to lead a 26-hit attack that carried the host Spartans to a five-inning Game 1 win. Elizabeth Everingham and Samantha Fleming combined to one-hit the Raiders. Everingham and Stephanie Canfield each had two hits, including a homer, in the nightcap to back a two-hit shutout by Jordyn Rahn.

Mattoon 11, Champaign Central 1. Clare Feely doubled and scored the Maroons' lone run in a road loss.

St. Thomas More 18, Tri-Point 7. Becca Millage drove in five runs and held Tri-Point scoreless over the final two innings to lift the Sabers to a five-inning home victory. Millage's three hits included two triples. Brooke Schmidt and Alyssa Vodacek each had three RBI for STM.

Girls' soccer

Danville 3, Mount Zion 1. Mallory Sparnicht scored two goals and Kim Youhas had 10 saves for the Vikings in a road victory.

St. Teresa 5, Monticello 2. Kia Smith and Emma Reinbold scored for the Sages in a home loss. Samantha Terstriep assisted on both goals.

Champaign Central 5, MacArthur 1. Hannah Walker had two goals and two assists for the Maroons in a home win. Teammate Caroline Koch contributed two goals and an assist.

Mahomet-Seymour 1, Charleston 1. Alyssa Drollinger scored for the Bulldogs in a road tie.

Track & field

At Paxton. St. Thomas More won five events, including two relays, to fend off runner-up Watseka by 13 points for the PBL Invitational title. Ben Dodds (pole vault), Cole Schulcer (high jump) and Pierre Tuell (400 meters) earned individual wins for the Sabers. Tyler Allison (long jump, triple jump) and Caleb Parsons (110 hurdles, 300 hurdles) were double winners for Watseka.

At Arthur. Tuscola won a three-team meet as Alex Kemp (400 meters, 1,600) and Blake Stokes (200, 800) each contributed two wins. Jesse Daily of Arthur-Lovington swept the triple jump, long jump and high jump.

At Arcola. Malik Williams of Judah Christian won the 200 meters, 300 hurdles and long jump.

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