Wednesday's highlights: School record for Clark
n Fisher 9, GCMS 8. TATE ESTES had three hits and TAW FREDRICKSON had two, including a triple, for the visiting Bunnies. AXEL DORAN had three hits for Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley.
n Armstrong-Potomac 1, Schlarman 1. The Trojans and the Hilltoppers are tied after 13 innings. The game will resume on May 9.
n South Piatt 5, Arthur-Lovington 0. CONNOR GROSS pitched a one-hitter, striking out nine, for the host Wildcats. Gross and ROSS RYAN each had two hits for South Piatt.
n St. Teresa 1, Tuscola 0. JOSH BROOKINS and DILLON HOEL allowed five hits for the visiting Warriors.
n Monticello 6, Shelbyville 3. JACOB WILLIAMS pitched a two-hitter and hit a home run for the host Sages. RYAN BUNDY also homered for Monticello.
n Arcola 5, Villa Grove 3. JUSTIN KUHNS and NICK HUDSON had two hits each for the visiting Purple Riders. ZACH HUDSON and JOSE RAMIREZ each drove in two runs.
n Oakwood 9, G-RF-C 8. HUNTER KRAUEL had three hits for the host Comets. JAKE ENGLAND homered for Oakwood and KYLE COBURN homered for Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman.
n Westville 15, Bismarck-Henning 5. DILLON TURNER improved to 2-1, giving up four hits. JORDAN ROMO scored three runs for the Tigers.
n Sullivan 2, Maroa-Forsyth 1. MICAH PLANK improved to 5-0, pitching a five-hitter for the host Redskins.
n Tri-Valley 6, Blue Ridge 2. CONNER BUILTA and WILL DUGGINS each had two hits for the host Knights.
n Cerro Gordo 4, East Central 3. JOE PETER allowed four hits for host Cerro Gordo. CHANCE LEMMON had two doubles for East Central.
n Clinton 3, Meridian 1. JOSH MERRICK allowed two hits and struck out 10 for the host Maroons.
n Centennial 11, Decatur MacArthur 1. COURTNEY STAMM pitched a three-hitter for the host Chargers, who scored seven runs in the second inning.
n G-RF/Chrisman 10, Oakwood 0. LACEY KRABEL pitched a no-hitter, striking out 12, for the visiting Buffaloes. BRITTANY HAY and CATIE BRANDT homered for the winners.
n Unity 7, Central A&M 5. TAYLOR STARK and LACY PRUITT each had three hits for the visiting Rockets.
n Mahomet-Seymour 16, St. Thomas More 2. LINDSEY OGLE scored four runs for the visiting Bulldogs.
n Maroa-F. 8, Monticello 6. SAMANTHA VALENTINE had two hits, including a two-run home run, for the visiting Sages.
n Tuscola 12, Sullivan 0. SAM LEDBETTER had four hits and four RBI for the host Warriors. ERIN WALKER allowed two hits and had two hits. KELSEY CLELAND drove in three runs.
n Arcola 9, Villa Grove 3. CARA EDWARDS drove in six runs for the visiting Purple Riders. TAYLOR EDWARDS allowed struck out 11 and allowed four hits.
n Shiloh 4, Martinsville 0. STEPHANIE HUNT struck out six and allowed two hits for the host Raiders.
n GCMS 4, Fisher 0. REGAN ROMSHEK struck out 14 and allowed two hits for the host Falcons. Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley got two hits each from BRIANNA WALL, KAITI BOWEN, JACKIE FREEHILL and EMILY SPANGLER. KALLI GOSSER had two hits for the Bunnies.
n Arthur-Lovington 7, South Piatt 3. BROOKE TABB scattered seven hits for visiting Arthur-Lovington. She led the offense with three hits. ALEX MILLER had three hits for South Piatt.
n Westville 4, Bismarck-Henning 3. JODIE OTTINO hit a two-run homer to tie the game and ASHLEY HOFFMAN drove in the winning run for the host Tigers. BRITTANY RIBBE homered for Bismarck-Henning.
n Salt Fork 8, PBL 2. KAYLN LEARNARD had three hits for the host Storm. JJ VALENTINE and PAIGE SCHWARTZ each had two hits for Paxton-Buckley-Loda.
n Tri-Valley 6, Blue Ridge 1. JORDAN WHEELER homered for the host Knights.
n At Danville. CIRRON CLARK set a school record in the pole vault (15 feet, 8 inches), helping the Vikings to an 89-56 dual win against Champaign Central.