Thursday's prep highlights: Tabeling shines for Sabers

In baseball

St. Thomas More 12, Iroquois West 2. Winning pitcher Austin Tabeling (3-0) scattered four hits in his five-inning complete game at home. Tabeling went 3 for 3 with four RBI to support his cause, and teammate Storm Joop scored three runs. Sean Sullivan tripled and Mike Rubenacker doubled for the Sabers.

Armstrong-Potomac 5, Westville 4. Winning pitcher Lewis Irvin struck out 10 in his complete game at home. Tough-luck losing pitcher Nick Jones allowed one hit and struck out seven, but he walked four and hit four batters.

Westville's Kyle Brazas went 3 for 4 with an RBI and Zach Waclaw was 2 for 4 with two RBI. Teammate Jon Hoepner went 3 for 3 with an RBI.

Clifton Central 2, Watseka 1. Jake Lyznicki went 2 for 4 with an RBI for the visiting Warriors, who got six strikeouts in seven innings from losing pitcher Keanon LaVoie.

Oakwood 18, Villa Grove 0. The Comets' Conor Jarling tossed a complete-game shutout at home. Cameron Lee had four RBI, and teammate Kyle Girton (three runs) drove in three for Oakwood, which scored in every inning it batted.

Sullivan 18, Arcola 0. The visiting Redskins scored 10 runs in the first inning of the five-inning contest. Winning pitcher Lucas Mossman didn't allow any hits.

CPCI 6, Momence 1. Alex Rabe went 2 for 4 and Trevor Froehling doubled and drove in two runs for the visiting Timberwolves. Sterling Young added an RBI in the victory. Winning pitcher Cole Hasselbring pitched out of tough jams and allowed three hits in his complete game.

Tuscola 8, Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 3. T.J. Onstott (home run) and Cameron Westjohn each went 2 for 3 for the host Warriors. Winning pitcher Josh Brookins struck out 11. Ryan Berry went 2 for 4 in the loss.

St. Teresa 5, Mahomet-Seymour 3. Losing pitcher Thomas Wolgemuth, who fanned four, allowed five runs on five hits in seven innings for the host Bulldogs.

In softball

SJ-O 6, Normal U-High 1. Elizabeth Everingham (6-0) tossed a no-hitter for host St. Joseph-Ogden, which received three hits, two stolen bases, two runs and an RBI from Molly McElwee. Abbey McElwee, MicKaela Fleming, Everingham and Stephanie Canfield each had two hits for the Spartans (7-0).

Rantoul 11, Armstrong-Potomac 2. Katey Silver had three hits and three runs for the host Eagles (5-2), who received a double and single from Keegan Jones.

Argenta-Oreana 19, Cerro Gordo 4. Hannah Millington went 4 for 5 with a home run to power the visiting Bombers, who got two hits apiece from Cassidy Meador (home run) and Alex Stupek (home run). Savanah Walker and Haley Wright each doubled for the Broncos, who got an RBI from Kristi Krigbaum.

Clifton Central 14, Watseka 11. Hayley Gray (double and two RBI) went 4 for 5 for the host Warriors, who received three hits and two RBI from Mariah Carroll and two hits and two RBI from Kat Grimes. Alex Herder also had two hits in the loss.

Schlarman 10, Donovan 3. Lea Hall (triple) had three hits and an RBI for the host Hilltoppers, who received three hits and three RBI from Elizabeth Hawkins.

Monticello 22, Champaign Central 0. Chrissy Gadbury pitched a five-inning complete game for the visiting Sages.

In girls' soccer

Springfield 4, Champaign Central 0. Maroons keeper Laura Horvat recorded 16 saves at home.

Judah Christian 2, Decatur Christian 1. Erin Huggett recorded seven saves for the visiting Tribe, which received unassisted goals from Maddie Johnson and Kaitlyn Duchien.

Urbana 6, Monticello 2. Melinda Mendoza scored three goals and assisted on two others for the host Tigers, who received goals from Anna Potsch, Sophia Ruiz-Gehrt and Alison Slaughter. Urbana keeper Christiana Stark recorded seven saves. Emma Reinbold and Kia Smith scored for the Sages.

STM 1, Urbana Uni High 0. Kaitlyn Kulas scored a first-half goal on an assist from Jade Brinkoetter for visiting St. Thomas More.

Mahomet-Seymour 2, Centennial 1. Kayla Thompson and Morgan Paintner each scored for the host Bulldogs. Katelynn Martinez scored for the Chargers. M-S keeper Kathy Bradley had nine saves.

In track & field

At Paxton. Reno Jamison won the shot put and discus to lead Paxton-Buckley-Loda to the boys' title at the PBL Preseason Invite. Urbana Uni's NealAy Kalita won the 100 and 200.

In girls' action, PBL's Kandace Hofer finished first in the long jump and second in the triple jump. Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley, which won three of four relays, earned the team title.

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