Tuesday's highlights: Deaville tosses no-hitter

Baseball

Rantoul 4, Pontiac 0. TERRY DEAVILLE improved to 5-0 in tossing a no-hitter with eight strikeouts to lead the host Eagles. KELLY FOSTER and RYNE WORTHINGTON each had two hits.

Danville 3, Centennial 1. CHUCKIE ROBINSON homered and went 2 for 2 for the visiting Vikings and winning pitcher CASH KISER scattered five hits with six strikeouts to move to 5-0. Centennial got an RBI double from LUCAS STEFAN.

Schlarman 5, East Central 0. DALTON DIEU fired a four-hit shutout for the visiting Hilltoppers. JORDAN KING had two hits and two RBI, while DANIEL WISE added two hits and an RBI.

PBL 7, Watseka 4. NATE MORRIS went 4 for 4 with an RBI to power the visiting Panthers. Watseka got two hits, two runs and two walks each from KEANON LaVOIE and ALEX GOCKEN.

St. Thomas More 14, CPCI 4. MIKE RUBENACKER (two hits) and SEAN SULLIVAN each drove in two runs for the host Sabers. MIKE PLECKI picked up the win, allowing four hits with six strikeouts. TREVOR FROEHLING had two RBI for CPCI.

South Piatt 7, Martinsville 5. CONNOR GROSS homered and drove in three runs for visiting South Piatt, which got two hits and two RBI from ZEB TURNER.

Normal U-High 12, Prairie Central 2. DARREN RABY had three hits and an RBI for the Hawks.

Champaign Central 4, Urbana 3. With two outs in the bottom of the eighth, Central's TANNER GOSLIN singled, stole second and two wild pitches later scored the winning run for the Maroons. JAKE HENSS drove in a pair of runs for Central. TANNER RUSSELL had two hits and two RBI for Urbana.

Softball

Unity 9, Bismarck-Henning 2. MADI CLARK homered and drove in four runs, while RACHEL BILLMAN collected three hits for the visiting Rockets.

South Piatt 12, Martinsville 2. ALEX MILLER had three hits, three RBI and three stolen bases, while winning pitcher ELAINA WITTMER struck out seven and allowed three hits in the five-inning win.

Rantoul 15, Pontiac 7. SADIE ADKINS and KEEGAN JONES each went 4 for 5 with a double and two RBI to power the visiting Eagles. HANNAH CARGO homered and drove in four.

Clinton 3, Deer Creek-Mackinaw 0. BAILEY WALKER fired a perfect game, striking out 12, while HANNAH LONG (three RBI) and EMILY KOGER each had two hits for the host Maroons.

Oakwood 19, Milford 5. CHELSEA VINSON (two runs) and KARISSA NELSON (three runs) each had two hits for the visiting Comets, who took advantage of 17 walks. KYLIE SCHERF and ASHLEN PORTWOOD each had two hits, an RBI and a stolen base for the Bearcats.

Heritage 7, Villa Grove 4. DANI STIGERS had three hits, including two doubles, and LACI DAVIS collected two hits with three RBI for the Hawks.

North Vermillion (Ind.) 15, Salt Fork 14. JENNA BRYANT homered twice for the Storm.

PBL 11, Watseka 0. BROOKE ALLEN homered and drove in four runs to power the Panthers.

GCMS 12, Armstrong-Potomac 9. REGAN ROMSHEK picked up the win in relief and had three hits with two homers, including a grand slam, and seven RBI for the host Falcons.

Centennial 11, Danville 6. The visiting Chargers got three hits and four RBI from KATIE JENSEN.

n Mahomet-Seymour 10, Eureka 3. ALYSSA SPOERER went 4 for 4 with two triples, two RBI and two runs for the Bulldogs. LINDSEY OGLE (two runs, three stolen bases) and JESSICA ROBERTS (two runs, three RBI) each had three hits.

Girls' soccer

Danville First Baptist 4, Judah Christian 0. ASHLEY GREAZER scored twice for First Baptist.

Urbana University 2, St. Teresa 1. JULIANA TRACH scored twice to lead the Illineks.

Mahomet-Seymour 7, Urbana 0. ALLISON FRITZ scored two goals and assisted on another to lead the Bulldogs. SARAH VanWINGERDEN added a goal and two assists.

Track and field

At Urbana. The host Tigers won a girls' triangular with Champaign Central and Danville, thanks to two wins by NICOLE CHOQUETTE (1,600, 3,200). Central's SAMONE THOMPSON won the 100 and 400, while Danville's ALEXUS JIMSON-MILLER won the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles.

At Arcola. The host Purple Riders got two wins each from COREY ROBERTS (100, long jump) and QUINTON RISLEY (discus, shot put) in a boys' quad with Tri-County, Shiloh and DeLand-Weldon. Tri-County's PRESTON SKINNER won the 200 and high jump.

SAM REECE won the 100 and 200 for Arcola's girls in the girls' meet.

At Clifton. The Watseka boys got wins from AUSTIN KIDWELL (long jump) and JOEY GUARDIOLA (shot put) in winning a six-team event.

Watseka's girls won thanks to a win from EMILY ALLHANDS (shot put).

At Champaign. Centennial's girls finished tied with Normal Community in a dual thanks to three wins from AVONA GREENE (100, 400, long jump) and two from BRIANNA McCOY (shot put, discus).

Centennial's boys beat the Ironmen, thanks to a pair of wins from LUKE VAUGHN (shot put, discus) and victories in three of the four relays.

At Sullivan. Sullivan finished third at the Bi-County meet, behind a pair of wins from AMANDA McCLAIN (400, long jump) and a victory in the 200 from PAIGE NEUHAUSER.

Sullivan's boys were fourth and got a win from CAMERON HARVEY in the 3,200. Arthur's CALEB SCHROCK won the 400.

At Monticello. The host Sages won the Macon-Piatt boys' meet by 109.5 points thanks to winners BOBBY WOODRUFF (100), VINNY STRACK (200), JOSH BURTON (400), TIM EASTON (3,200), DANIEL WELLING (high jump). ADAM AUTEN (shot put) and DREW BENSON (discus).

The Monticello girls, which were second, got a win from DELANEY WIENKE (400). Argenta-Oreana's KANDIE BLOCH won the high jump with a meet-record mark (5 feet, 8 inches) and the triple jump. South Piatt's KENDRA GUFFEY won the shot put.

Boys' tennis

At Urbana. Visiting Danville got singles and doubles wins from TYLER ELLIS, LOGAN NELSON, MATTHEW KIDWELL, YANIS MOKRAOUI and LOVE SHAH in an 8-1 win against host Urbana.

At Urbana. AUSTIN ATEN, RYAN SMITH, SAM WAMPLER ,GABE MITCHELL and MIKE YOO all won matches in singles and doubles for Champaign Central in a 9-0 win against St. Thomas More.

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