Tuesday's highlights: SJ-O squeaks by Sabers
Unity 6, Monticello 4. AUSTIN FENDER outdueled Monticello's JACOB WILLIAMS, picking up the win in a three-hit, 10-strikeout effort while pitching around four errors. The Sages made three errors behind Williams, who allowed four hits and struck out 11. CONNOR GRACE had an RBI double for the Rockets.
SJ-O 2, St. Thomas More 1. LOUIS ACKLIN scattered three hits for the host Spartans. JAKE STEWART led the St. Joseph-Ogden offense with two hits.
Danville 8, Urbana 3. CHUCKIE ROBINSON had three doubles and TANNER McQUOWN added two hits for the host Vikings. TANNER RUSSELL, KYLE ROSS and DUSTIN LARD had two hits each for the Tigers.
Flanagan 6, Ridgeview 2. COLE WINTERLAND drove in two runs, including a solo home run, and DANA BOSE had two hits for the Mustangs in the Heart of Illinois Conference tournament contest.
Mattoon 8, Champaign Central 2. TANNER GOSLIN had two hits and an RBI for the host Maroons.
Tuscola 3, Shelbyville 2. The host Warriors got two hits and an RBI from T.J. ONSTOTT and an RBI from NOLAN WALSH.
CPCI 2, Milford 1. JOSH MARQUEZ's squeeze bunt in the bottom of the ninth scored pinch runner TYSON ROGERS to clinch the win for the Timberwolves. BEAU ANDERSON went the distance for CPCI, allowing one hit with six strikeouts and one unearned run. Milford's CLAYTON RIECHES took the loss, pitching 8 1/3 innings with 15 strikeouts.
Oakwood 5, Bismarck-Henning 1. CAMERON LEE scattered five hits for the host Comets. PATRICK GANLEY homered for Bismarck-Henning.
St. Teresa 13, Sullivan 8. Host Sullivan fell behind 9-0 against St. Teresa, which improved to 23-4. Sullivan dropped to 20-10.
Iroquois West 13, Momence 10. HENRY GERRITSON homered, one of his three hits for the visiting Raiders. Gerritson drove in four runs and stole two bases.
Fieldcrest 12, GCMS 3. AXEL DORAN had a three-run homer for the visiting Falcons.
Schlarman 15, Hoopeston Area 1. ALEC NEAL collected three hits and five RBI to power the host Hilltoppers. LUCAS SPEZIA and JORDAN KING each had two hits and two RBI. BROCK DREWS drove in three runs. AUSTIN CALHOUN went the distance, throwing a one-hitter in the five-inning game.
Salt Fork 12, Armstrong-Potomac 2. NICOLE WESTON (four RBI) and KAYLEE McFADDEN (RBI) each had two hits for the host Storm, which got a home run from HUNTER MARSH.
SJ-O 16, St. Thomas More 0. ELIZABETH EVERINGHAM pitched a one-hitter for the host Spartans, who improved to 32-0. She also did her share at the plate, hitting a grand slam and driving in six runs. ABBY IMMKE, VICTORIA ROBERTS, MICKAELA FLEMING and ABBEY MCELWEE had two hits each for the Spartans.
Centennial 16, Urbana 14. COURTNEY STAMM, ASHLEY OARE, KATIE JANSON and RACHEL SWANSON had three hits each for the visiting Chargers. ELLEN BEVERLY and LEXI WHITE each had four hits for the Tigers.
GCMS 5, Fieldcrest 1. REGAN ROMSHEK struck out 10 to pick up the win for the host Falcons. She also had three hits for Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley. JESSICA HUNTER and SHELBIE KEARFOTT each had two hits.
PBL 10, Clifton Central 9. AMANDA YPYA had three hits and BROOKE ALLEN hit a three-run homer for the host Panthers. PBL improved to 20-8.
Schlarman 3, Hoopeston Area 1. LEA HALL had three hits and two RBI for the host Hilltoppers. BAYLI MITCHELL homered for Schlarman. ALLISON HAMILTON had three hits for Hoopeston Area and RYLEE MARTIN added two hits.
Bismarck-Henning 13, Oakwood 4. ASHLEY WAHLFELDT set a school record with her fifth homer of the season, but it wasn't enough for the host Comets. KATE BASS and LAUREN McKENZIE homered for Bismarck-Henning, which pounded out 16 hits.
Momence 11, Iroquois West 1. TAILERE KEISTER drove in the lone run for the visiting Raiders.
Unity 3, Argenta-Oreana 1. TAYLOR SPIVEY had two hits, two RBI and a run to spark the host Rockets.
Champaign Central 7, Danville 0. MADDY CHALIFOUX had three goals and CAROLINE KOCH scored two for the Maroons. SARAH KRESCA added a goal and three assists.
Urbana 6, Decatur MacArthur 0. ELLIE ENGLAND, HOLLY WEBER and MELINDA MENDOZA each had two goals for the Tigers.
At Urbana. AUSTIN ATEN, SAMUEL WAMPLER, PAUL MITCHELL, MIKE YOO, ERIK NAM and HAYDEN DODDS all won matches in singles and doubles for Champaign Central in a 9-0 win against Urbana.
At Normal. SUNNY SINGH had a win in No. 1 singles for Centennial in a 7-2 loss to Normal Community.
At Mount Zion. TRAVIS TRESSLER and NATHANIEL THOMAS won 6-0, 6-0 in singles, leading St. Thomas More to a 9-0 victory against Mount Zion.