Friday's highlights: Canfield sets IHSA hits record
Armstrong-Potomac 3, Oakwood 2. DAVIN MILES hit a two-run single in the first inning, and WADE ROGERS' RBI single in the sixth inning broke a 2-2 tie to lift the visiting Trojans. ZACK GIRTON had two hits for Oakwood.
Tuscola 10, Warrensburg-Latham 0. Winning pitcher JOSH BROOKINS went four innings, allowing three hits and striking out seven. DAN YOAKUM had two hits and drove in four runs. Teammate JIMMY KNIGHT drove in two.
Fieldcrest 7, Blue Ridge 1. DYLAN KIRKPATRICK drove in WILL DUGGINS with the lone run for the visiting Knights.
Iroquois West 5, Donovan 0. TRENTON MILLER, KYLE POOL and HENRY GERRITSON combined on a four-hit shutout to lead the visiting Raiders. JAKE MILLER (two runs) and Pool (two RBI) each had two hits.
Schlarman 4, Milford 1. Winning pitcher AUSTIN CALHOUN struck out seven and collected two hits and two stolen bases to pace the visiting Hilltoppers.
Deer Creek-Mackinaw 7, Fisher 1. TAW FREDRICKSON set Fisher's career hits record with an RBI single in the fifth.
St. Joseph-Ogden 7, Unity 0. BROCK IMMKE tossed a complete-game shutout, allowing four hits for the host Spartans. BLAKE HOVELN, LOUIS ACKLIN and HUNTER HART each had two hits.
Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 10, Hoopeston Area 0. TREVOR PRICE struck out eight in five-plus innings, RYLEE GOODWIN struck out two over the final two frames and the two combined on a one-hit shutout. ANDY CRAVENS (three RBI) and KORIE VIRE (two RBI, two runs) had three hits apiece for the host Buffaloes.
St. Thomas More 10, Momence 0. MIKE PLECKI, who went 2 for 2 with two runs, pitched a one-hit shutout in the five-inning contest to lead the host Sabers. SEAN SULLIVAN (three RBI) and STORM JOOP (two RBI) each had two hits and scored twice.
South Piatt 12, Villa Grove 0. ANDY WEBB homered and drove in four runs to power the host Wildcats, who got a four-hit shutout from ANDREW JAMISON. Villa Grove's AUSTIN HUBBART went 2 for 2.
Bismarck-Henning 1, Salt Fork 0. The Blue Devils' KRYSTIAN INGRAM allowed two hits in the first inning and no more after that en route to pitching a two-hit shutout. Salt Fork's MAX STUTSMAN allowed an unearned run in the fourth inning and had his no-hitter broken up in the seventh inning.
Deer Creek-Mackinaw 6, Fisher 2. TAYLOR HADDEN doubled and drove in two runs for the host Bunnies.
Rochester 3, Clinton 2. MEGAN TOOL and HALEY TOOHILL recorded the only two hits for the visiting Maroons.
Villa Grove 11, South Piatt 1. The visiting Blue Devils got three hits, including a home run, and three RBI from ALIX EZELL. Winning pitcher LIZZY SMITH tossed a two-hitter with 15 strikeouts, and SARAH SHOWALTER also had three hits.
St. Joseph-Ogden 20, Unity 1. STEPHANIE CANFIELD had two hits for the visiting Spartans, giving her 254 for her career to set the IHSA record. ELIZABETH EVERINGHAM pitched a four-hitter with six strikeouts to improve to 20-0. At the plate, Everingham added three hits and scored four times. ABBEY McELWEE collected four hits, four stolen bases and two runs, and MICKAELA FLEMING homered. Unity's TAYLOR SPIVEY had two hits.
Salt Fork 3, Bismarck-Henning 2. KALYN LEARNARD had two hits and ALLIE TROSPER doubled and drove in a run to lift the host Storm. LANI ANDREWS doubled and tripled for B-H.
Fieldcrest 2, Blue Ridge 1. JORDAN WHEELER went 2 for 4 with a double and an RBI while TAYLOR BUILTA had two hits and a run for the visiting Knights.
Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 9, Hoopeston Area 2. ALYSSA SAWYER homered and had three hits and three RBI to power the host Buffaloes. LEEANN CONRAD (three runs) and winning pitcher LEXI SILVA each had two hits and two RBI.
Schlarman 10, Milford 0. SYDNE BRYANT (three RBI) and MARIA RANGEL (RBI) each had three hits to lead the visiting Hilltoppers. KYLEE WEST fired a two-hit shutout.
In boys' tennis
At Urbana. TRAVIS TRESSLER, BRIAN FALLON, SEAN MONAHAN and COLIN KELLEY all won singles matches for host St. Thomas More in a 5-4 loss to Washington.
In bass fishing
At Carlyle Lake. Monticello caught the maximum five fish, weighing in at 12 pounds, 11 ounces, and the Sages sat in 12th place after Friday's first round of the IHSA finals. Champaign Central (five fish, 9 pounds) entered today's final round in 34th place, one spot ahead of Unity (8 pounds, 13 ounces). DeLand-Weldon (6 pounds, 3 ounces) was 49th. Oak Park Fenwick led the 55-team field at 16 pounds, 1 ounce. Marist was second, 1 pound off the pace.