Wednesday's prep highlights: Estes lifts Bunnies

Wednesday's prep highlights: Estes lifts Bunnies

In baseball

Fisher 4, St. Thomas More 3. TATE ESTES drove in the winning run with a line drive off the fence in the bottom of the seventh for the Bunnies. Ester, PARKER PERRERO, TAW FREDRICKSON and BRAD PETTENGER each had two hits for Fisher. SEAN SULLIVAN had three hits for the Sabers.

Armstrong-Potomac 1, G-RF/C 0. D.J. DAVIS struck out 17 and allowed two hits for the host Trojans. LUKE GERNAND led the offense with two hits.

Centennial 4, Charleston 3. ZACH PARKS drove in the winning run in the eighth inning for the host Chargers. LUCAS STEFAN tied the game in the bottom of the seventh for Centennial, which got two hits from CULLY WILSON.

Clinton 13, Unity 1. ZACH PATE homered and drove in three runs and GREG OSGOOD added two hits for the visiting Maroons. CONNER GRACE tripled and SETH TOLLIVER doubled for the Rockets.

Cerro Gordo 1, South Piatt 0. JOHNNY BECKER allowed the host Wildcats five hits. BAILEY RUNYEN had two hits for the Broncos. ROSS RYAN had two hits for Cerro Gordo.

East Central 19, Arcola 0. The visiting Panthers had 13 hits and took advantage of eight Arcola errors. ALEX PLUMMER had a double in the loss.

Heyworth 9, GCMS 6. After tying the game in the top of the seventh with a run, the visiting Hornets scored three more in the top of the eighth.

Villa Grove 2, Arthur-Lovington 0. AUSTIN HUBBART allowed three hits and struck out five for the host Blue Devils. COLE BEESLEY had two hits, including a double. AVERY SCHROCK had two hits and three stolen bases for the Knights.

Schlarman 3, Salt Fork 2. ALEC NEAL improved to 4-0 for the host Hilltoppers. AUSTIN CALHOUN had three hits and scored the game-winner. COLE SANFORD and GARRETT McFADDEN had two hits each for the Storm.

Oakwood 5, Westville 1. CAMERON LEE pitched six shutout innings for the host Comets. TRENT CALLISON had two hits for the Tigers.

Dee-Mack 3, LeRoy 2. NIC STEVENS had two hits and two RBI for the visiting Panthers.

In softball

St. Joseph-Ogden 14, Monticello 3. The host Spartans improved to 25-0, winning 17 by the 10-run rule. ABBY IMMKE and MICKAELA FLEMING each had grand slams for SJ-O. ABBEY McELWEE and SHELBY FRANZEN each had three hits for the Spartans. JAIMEY WATROUS had a three-run homer for the Sages.

Centennial 16, Champaign Central 0. KATIE JANSON pitched a no-hitter for the visiting Chargers, who banged out nine hits. Janson had nine strikeouts. LEXI HALL and ASHLEY OARE had two hits each for Centennial.

Georgetown-Ridge Farm 13, Armstrong-Potomac 2. LACEY KRABEL pitched a two-hitter and ALYSSA SAWYER homered for the visiting Buffaloes.

South Piatt 10, Cerro Gordo 5. SABRINA TUCKER-HINTON and KAILAN MORRIS each had three hits for the host Wildcats. Morris stole five bases. SOPHIE OZIER had two hits for Cerro Gordo.

GCMS 11, Heyworth 1. REGAN ROMSHEK allowed two hits and struck out 13 for the host Falcons. On offense, Romshek added three hits, including a homer. KAITI BOWEN, JACKIE FREEHILL, JESSICA HUNTER and COURTNEY GRAMLEY each had two hits for Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley.

Westville 9, Oakwood 7. ASHLEY HOFFMAN had three hits for the host Tigers and JODEE OTTINO added two. ASHLEY WAHLFELDT homered for Oakwood. KARISSA NELSON and EMILY MARBLE each had two hits.

Schlarman 3, Salt Fork 2. CAYTI JONES drove in the winning run for the host Hilltoppers, who got two hits each from JOSLYN DIETZEN and KYLEE WEST. EMILIE McFADDEN and JESSICA MUEHLER had two hits each for Salt Fork.

Shiloh 17, Okaw Valley 9. JESSICA HUNT had four hits, four stolen bases and five runs for visiting Shiloh.

Normal West 10, Rantoul 0. The visiting Eagles were held to two hits and dropped to 13-13.

In boys' tennis

Champaign Central 5, Normal West 4. Despite a band concert that limited the roster, the visiting Maroons picked up a Big 12 win. In No. 1 singles, AUSTIN ATEN lost one game.

In girls' soccer

Uni High 2, Danville 0. MARA DOLAN and GRACE LILLY each had a goal and an assist for the Illineks.

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