Schlarman 5, Milford 3. LUCAS SPEZIA (four hits), ZACK MILLER (two) and NICK CATLIN each drove in a run for the host Hilltoppers.
Okaw Valley 8, Arcola 7. NIK DUFFLE (two RBI) and GARRISON STENGER each had two hits for the visiting Purple Riders, who got two RBI from BRETT LINDENMEYER.
Donovan 3, Iroquois West 2. KYLE POOL had three hits, an RBI and a stolen base for the host Raiders.
Villa Grove 8, South Piatt 2. ERIC DOUGLAS and CODY DEPPE had two hits apiece for the host Blue Devils.
Charleston 13, Champaign Central 3. KURTIS BROWN (two RBI) and JAKE CRIBBETT (RBI) each had two hits for the visiting Maroons.
Fieldcrest 5, Blue Ridge 3. NICK BUILTA allowed three earned runs and three hits in eight innings for the host Knights.
Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 4, Hoopeston Area 3. The visiting Buffaloes trailed 3-2 with two outs in the seventh inning but hit three straight doubles to take the lead. NATHAN ROSS led the way with two RBI for the Buffaloes. HUGH KESTUFSKIE scattered five hits and didn't allow an earned run to pick up the win.
Donovan 14, Iroquois West 0. TEGAN CASH had the lone hit for the host Raiders.
GCMS 9, Tremont 2. Winning pitcher REGAN ROMSHEK struck out 11 and collected four hits, including a homer, and three RBI for host Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley. JESSICA HUNTER and BAILEE GRIDER each had three hits. Hunter also homered and drove in two runs.
Oakwood 13, Armstrong-Potomac 12. KARISSA NELSON belted a home run and drove in two runs to lead the visiting Comets. SHANON REARDON had three RBI for the Trojans and SHAYLA BOEN added two.
Watseka 26, St. Anne 9. KAT GRIMES went 5 for 5 and drove in five runs to lead the Warriors' offensive explosion. KAITY JOHNSON added three hits and two RBI.
Hoopeston Area 5, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 2. KATIE GOODRUM (two hits) and SYDNEY CLARK (two RBI) led the host Cornjerkers.
Fieldcrest 5, Blue Ridge 3. MELINDA WILSON and JORDAN WHEELER each homered for the host Knights, who have 36 home runs this season. That figure ranks fourth on the IHSA's single-season list.
Arcola 10, Okaw Valley 9. LAYNEE CLARK (three RBI) and TAYLOR CLARK (two RBI) each went 2 for 4 for the visiting Purple Riders.
Schlarman 18, Milford 0. LEA HALL (four RBI) and BRITTANY HAY (four runs) each went 4 for 4 to back the six-strikeout no-hitter tossed by KELSEY SOLLARS. MARIA RANGEL and CHELSEA WILLIS (four RBI) each added three hits.
Salt Fork 14, Bismarck-Henning 12. MEGAN McCORD homered for the visiting Storm. KATE BASS drove in five runs for the Blue Devils.
Momence 13, St. Thomas More 2. ALYSSA VODACEK had two hits and BROOKE SCHMIDT drove in two runs for the visiting Sabers, who couldn't overcome nine fielding errors.
Unity 5, Argenta-Oreana 3. TAYLOR SPIVEY had two hits and drove in the game-winning runs in the 10th for the visiting Rockets.
Villa Grove 15-13, South Piatt 4-11. ALIX EZELL homered and drove in three runs to back a 17-strikeout performance by LIZZY SMITH in the opener. SARAH SHOWALTER went 8 for 10 on the day for visiting Villa Grove, which got a homer from KILEE HOFFMAN in the nightcap.
At Urbana. HAK SOO LEE won at No. 2 singles and he teamed with NATHANIEL THOMAS to win at No. 2 doubles for St. Thomas More in a 7-2 loss to Washington.
Track & field
At St. Joseph. JORDYN NETTLETON (300 hurdles) and SYDNI MEUNIER (800) each won an individual event and joined ANGEL GAESSER and ALISON COWELL on the winning 1,600 relay team to lead Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley to a first-place finish at the Spartan Classic. KAYLA O'NEAL (shot put, discus) won a pair of events for the Falcons.
At Tolono. PAIGE NEUHAUSER (100, 200) and OLIVIA HERZOG (shot put, discus) were double winners for Sullivan, leading the Redskins to a third-place finish at the girls' Okaw Valley Conference meet. Fifth-place Unity got wins from Lydia Mitchell (300 hurdles) and BAILEY REIFSTECK.
At Clinton. St. Joseph-Ogden won all four relays and got individual wins from ARIC PELAFAS (3,200), ZACH ELKINS (1,600), ALEX SIGALA (shot put), THOMAS JEAN (pole vault) and KYLE DYKE (high jump) en route to winning the 11-team boys' Clinton Carnival.