Tuesday's highlights: A-O's Cummins tosses perfect game
Heritage 15, Oakwood 1. HILARY SMITH went the distance for the visiting Hawks, allowing three hits with 12 strikeouts in five innings.
Villa Grove 7, Unity 5. Winning pitcher LIZZY SMITH struck out 13 and recorded three hits to power the host Blue Devils. LACY PRUITT homered for the Rockets.
Fisher 16, Tri-Point 6. KALLI GOSSER (four runs) and RACHEL TOBEK (four RBI, two runs) each went 3 for 3 and were a home run short of hitting for the cycle to lead the host Bunnies. SYDNEY BAKER went 4 for 4 with three RBI and two runs scored.
Salt Fork 16, Shiloh 5. KAYLEE McFADDEN and JESSICA MUEHLHER each drove in three runs while EMILY McFADDEN and JENNA BRYANT (four RBI) had three hits apiece.
Momence 12, Watseka 6. DANIELLE SHUPER had two hits and an RBI for the visiting Warriors.
Ridgeview 18, Lexington 12. Kristina Taylor hit a three-run home run in the first inning and finished with two hits an five RBI for the visiting Mustangs. Bridgette Tracy added four hits and four runs in the win, and Taylor Hastings chipped in three hits and four RBI.
Mahomet-Seymour 7, Brighton (Tenn.) 2. Lindsey Ogle went 3 for 3, scored four runs and stole five bases to pace the visiting Bulldogs. Alie Tarrant went 3 for 4 with two RBI.
Sullivan 8, Cerro Gordo 2. TAYLOR WALLIS had three hits to lead visiting Sullivan.
Danville 7, Charleston 4. Jordan Ogle and Kaitlin Baxter each drove in two runs to support freshman Alissa Peelman, who earned the victory in her first varsity start for the host Vikings.
Rantoul 3, Schlarman 1. Terry Deaville struck out nine in a five-hitter, and Cord Church drove in a pair of runs to lead the host Eagles.
Central A&M 13, Arcola 0. PEDRO LEAL's double was one of four hits for the host Purple Riders.
Georgetown-Ridge Farm 11, East Central 0. KORIE VIRE homered and teamed with RYLEE GOODWIN on a two-hit shutout for the Buffaloes.
St. Joseph-Ogden 10, CPCI 0. Winning pitcher HUNTER HART had two hits, including a home run and two RBI for the visiting Spartans. Hart struck out 10 and allowed two hits in six innings.
Monticello 11, Arthur-Lovington 3. NICK STOKOWSKI went 3 for 4 with a double, home run and three RBI for the host Sages. AUSTIN REED added two hits and scored three runs. ZACH RILEY had two of A-L's three hits.
Iroquois West 13, PBL 8. T.J. FOULKS belted two home runs and drove in five to power the host Raiders. KYLE POOL homered and drove in four.
Clifton Central 11, Milford 0. Clayton Rieches doubled for the host Bearcats.
Prairie Central 18, Gardner South Wilmington 3. DARREN RABY went 4 for 4 with a two-run homer and four RBI to power the visiting Hawks, who pounded out 20 hits. SPENCER HURLEY (four runs, three RBI) and MARCUS BACHTOLD (three RBI) had three hits apiece.
Ridgeview 9, Lexington 7. Winning pitcher DANA BOSE allowed one earned run and struck out 11 for the visiting Mustangs. Cole Winterland homered, had two hits and drove in three runs.
n Argenta-Oreana 17, Blue Ridge 0. MICHAEL CUMMINS fired a five-inning perfect game, striking out 10 for the host Bombers.
Momence 11, Watseka 5. The host Warriors got homers from ALEX GOCKEN and CODY SCOTT.
Ripley (Tenn.) 6, Champaign Central 5. KURTIS BROWN homered twice and drove in three runs for the visiting Maroons.
Mahomet-Seymour 5, Clinton 4. CLAY DILKS (two RBI) and BRAD HERRMANN each had two hits while TODD METZGER homered for the visiting Bulldogs. Clinton's GREG OSGOOD had three hits.
Mahomet-Seymour 5, Warrensburg-Latham 0. The Bulldogs got two goals from KAYLA THOMPSON in the road win.
In track and field
n At Sullivan. Villa Grove's RYAN PEARCE won the shot put and the 100 meters helping the Blue Devils to a second-place finish in the boys' meet. Sullivan-Okaw Valley finished second on the girls' side thanks to Paige Neuhauser, who won the 100 and 200. Arcola's ALEXIS CONLIN won the 1,600 and 3,200.