■ Bradley-Bourbonnais 12-6, Rantoul 2-5. HANNAH CARGO and DIAMOND WALKER each drove in a run for the Eagles, who lost in five innings. In the second game, LACEY BERTRAM had three hits while CARSON CHURCH, KAYLEE DENTON and KATEY SILVER each had two hits to go along with an RBI.
■ Centennial 7, Westville 2. KRISTEN LEUCK had two hits and drove in three runs while BRIANNA PERRY had two hits and two RBI for the Chargers. Pitcher DANIELLE STASKE struck out 15.
■ Manteno 18-27, Iroquois West 0-0. KALEIGH WILKEN had the lone hit for the Raiders in the first game.
■ Hoopeston Area 10-10, Central 0-0. JORDAN McFADDEN had three hits and drove in two runs and KARENA COLUNGA had three hits and two runs for the Cornjerkers in the first game. RYLEE MARTIN struck out nine. MADIE CLINE and Martin had two hits in the second game for Hoopeston, which received seven strikeouts from CARISSA VAUGHN.
■ St. Joseph-Ogden 11, Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 0. LOUIS ACKLIN and BROCK IMMKE combined on a three-hitter as the host Spartans cruised in five innings.
■ Unity 3-5, Salt Fork 2-1. In the first game, MITCH NEGANGARD had two hits for Unity and picked up the win, giving up three hits in a complete-game effort. LANE WESTON had an RBI double for the Storm. C.J. SHORT was 3 for 3 with two RBI for the Rockets in the second game, with TAYLOR WHITE throwing a complete game.
■ Monticello 9, Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond 4. ANDY WEBB had two hits for the host Knights.
■ Cissna Park 10-15, Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 7-9. JOSH MARQUEZ was 3 for 4 with an RBI and DYLAN REETZ drove in two runs for the Timberwolves, who received seven strikeouts from COLE HASSELBRING in the first game. Reetz was 2 for 3 with two RBI in the second game and WYATT FROEHLING added three RBI.
■ Prairie Central 2-7, Tremont 7-2. DAN SCHLATTER and DARREN RABY each had two hits for the Hawks in the second game. Raby struck out six in tossing a complete game.
■ Pontiac 11-7, Central 7-2. KURTIS BROWN had three hits while CONNOR MAPES and LUKE BEESLEY each compiled two hits for the host Maroons in the first game. Beesley and KAM WELLS each drove in a run during the second game.
■ Manteno 11-4, Iroquois West 2-4. KEATON ZIRKLE drove in a run for the Raiders during the first game, and AUSTIN CONRAD had two hits and HECTOR REYES had an RBI in the second game.
■ Mahomet-Seymour 9-8, Urbana 1-7. JOE KENNEY was 4 for 4 with four RBI and a home run for the host Bulldogs in the first game, and TANNER RUSSELL was 2 for 3 with a home run for the Tigers. TYLER FRANCISCO hit a sacrifice fly to win the second game for M-S in eight innings, and DALTON KERANS hit a grand slam. DUSTIN LARD (2 for 4, three RBI) and MYLES KELLEY (3 for 4, RBI) contributed for Urbana.
■ Geneva 4, Danville 2. The Vikings suffered their first loss of the season despite a home run from MIKE VASCURA, who drove in both Danville runs but suffered the loss on the mound during the game in Jacksonville.
■ Clinton 10-13, Ridgeview 9-1. The host Maroons swept the doubleheader, with MARSHALL SPRAGUE driving in the game-winning run with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning during the first game, which featured a combined no-hitter by JOSH MERRICK and STEVEN EVANS. Clinton committed seven errors in the game and COLTON REEVES added two hits, including a double. In the second game, which lasted five innings, Reeves (2 for 2, four RBI), Sprague (2 for 3, three RBI) and Merrick (2 for 3, two RBI) contributed for Clinton.
■ Argenta-Oreana 3-7, Fisher 2-1. KEEGAN McHOOD and GAGE ELLER limited Fisher to two hits in the first game. RYAN REDPATH and CAMERON HUPP each drove in three runs for the Bombers in the second game. BRENDAN KUHNS had two hits for the Bunnies.
■ East Central 8, Warrensburg-Latham 3. ROYAL CHARLES struck out nine for the Panthers. DALTON JAMES stole five bases.
■ Tuscola 9, Oakwood 8. Nolan Walsh (two RBI) and Tristan Williams each had two hits for the host Warriors. The Comets’ Conor Jarling went 4 for 4 with three RBI.
■ Westville 4, Tuscola 3. Aaron Marx had two hits for the visiting Tigers. Cameron Westjohn drove in two runs for the Warriors.
■ CG/B 6-8, Blue Ridge 5-1. Connor Gross went 5 for 7 in the sweep for Cerro Gordo/Bement.
■ Merritt Island 7, STM 1. Mike Plecki went 2 for 4 for St. Thomas More on the final game of its Florida trip.
■ At Metamora. Sunny Singh finished second at No. 1 singles to help lead Centennial to fourth place at the Metamora Red and White Invite. Will Small placed fifth at No. 2 singles for the Chargers, who got a fourth-place finish at No. 1 doubles from Andrew Scaggs and Peter Kim and a third-place showing at No. 2 doubles from Patrick Kearney and Jeremy Yoon.