Tuesday's highlights: Judah rallies for baseball victory

Tuesday's highlights: Judah rallies for baseball victory

In baseball

■ St. Thomas More 4, PBL 3.
Winning pitcher Mike Plecki went 2 for 3 and scored twice for the host Sabers. Jonathon Walder was 2 for 2 with two runs for the Panthers.

■ Judah Christian 9, Bloomington Cornerstone Christian 8. The Tribe scored four runs in the seventh inning to rally to a home win. Ian Allender went 3 for 4 with four runs and three RBI for Judah. Spencer Harris and Ethan Chitty also drove in three runs apiece for the Tribe.

■ Bloomington Central Catholic 5, Rantoul 4. Tanner McLain went 3 for 3 with three RBI for the Eagles in a road loss.

■ Clifton Central 4, Cissna Park 0. Cory Steinhart pitched a complete-game no-hitter against the host Timberwolves, issuing two walks and striking out 15.

■ Fisher 7, Armstrong-Potomac 0. Winning pitcher Tyler Rogers threw five no-hit innings and struck out eight for the host Bunnies. Brendan Kuhns and Hayden Fiedler each had two hits and two RBI for Fisher.

■ Eureka 13, Prairie Central 3. Devin Crews and Cameron Maxson each drove in a run for the Hawks in a road loss.

■ Unity 20, Villa Grove 5. Connor Grace had three hits and two RBI for the Rockets in a home victory. Mitch Negangard also had three hits, including a double and triple, for Unity.

■ Iroquois West 6, Watseka 4. The Raiders scored three runs in the top of the seventh with the help of two Watseka errors to pull out a victory. Henry Gerritson pitched 12/3 innings of hitless relief and struck out three to earn the win. Brock Myers went 3 for 3 with two doubles for the Warriors.

■ Oakwood 9, Seeger (Ind.) 8. Trailing 8-5, the Comets scored four runs in the bottom of the sixth inning to pull out the win. Ryan Bott, who drove in the go-ahead run in the sixth, went 3 for 4 with two RBI.

■ Sullivan 11, Okaw Valley 10. The Redskins scored twice in the bottom of the seventh to rally for the victory. Dakota Clayton and Nick Frerichs each went 3 for 4 for Sullivan.

■ Arthur Okaw Christian 10, Meridian JV 3. Winning pitcher Josh Gingerich belted a three-run homer and an RBI double for the host Conquering Riders.

■ Tuscola 20, Arcola 2. Devin Rose went 3 for 3 with four RBI, and the Warriors scored 17 runs in the first inning of a home win.

■ South Newton (Ind.) 11, Milford 10. Jordan Gullquist had three hits and two RBI for the Bearcats in a road loss.

In softball

■ Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond 3, Stewardson-Strasburg 0.
Second baseman Emily Seegmiller hit a two-run double and preserved Kaitie Wildman’s no-hitter with a diving play for the final out, leading the Lancers to a road win. “I thought it was a hit for sure,” A-L/A-H coach Matt Darling said. Wildman finished with nine strikeouts and walked two. Ashley Tabb had three of the Lancers’ 12 hits.

■ Urbana 15. Shiloh 11. The Tigers overcame an early 10-4 deficit, scoring at least once in every inning they batted, to earn a home victory. Krista Broom delivered the go-ahead RBI hit for Urbana in the fourth inning and finished with three RBI. Teammate Chelsea Skinner contributed three hits, including an inside-the-park home run, and two RBI. Jess Hunt had three hits for Shiloh.

■ Salt Fork 21, Heritage 5. Camaryn Todd had five hits and drove in three runs for the Storm in a home win. Emilie McFadden homered for Salt Fork.

■ Bloomington Central Catholic 10, Rantoul 0. Jada Walker had the lone hit for the Eagles in a home loss.

■ Bismarck-Henning 11, Covington (Ind.) 10. Masyn Clow’s two-run homer in the bottom of the seventh inning lifted the Blue Devils to a home victory. Lexi Ballard and Lanie Andrews each went 3 for 4 for B-H.

■ North Vermillion (Ind.) 7, Westville 5. Courtney Gabehart and Morgan Gallion each scored a run and had one RBI for the Tigers in a home loss.

■ Watseka 13, Iroquois West 3. Mariah Carroll and Taylor Bauer each had three hits and three runs to lead the Warriors to a home win. Hayley Gray homered and drove in three runs for Watseka.

■ Monticello 20, Blue Ridge 0. Chrissy Gadbury went 4 for 4, including a homer and two doubles, and drove in six runs to power the Sages to a home victory. Ashley Gulliford and Samantha Valentine each were 3 for 3 with three RBI for Monticello.

■ Danville 12, Hoopeston Area 2. Lindsey Loewenstein and Mackenzie King (three doubles) had three hits apiece for the Vikings in a home win. Kristi Burghart homered for Danville.
■ Milford 16, South Newton (Ind.) 5. Madison Luecke went 2 for 3 and drove in three runs for the Bearcats in a road win.

■ St. Thomas More 5, PBL 2. Mary Hansen went 3 for 3 and hit an inside-the-park home run for the Sabers in a home win. Ariel Flessner drove in both Panther runs.

■ GCMS 8, Schlarman 6. Trailing 5-2, the Falcons rallied for five runs in the bottom of the sixth to take the lead for good. Lexi Brucker had two RBI for GCMS.

In boys’ track & field

■ At Bismarck.
Mason Wagner won the 800, 1,600 and 3,200 meters to lead Bismarck-Henning to an 89-48 victory against Westville.

■ At Arthur. Colton Yeakley won the discus and shot put, leading Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond to the title of a five-team meet.

In girls’ track & field

■ At Arthur.
Jessica Davis won two events (100, 400) to lead Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond to second place in a four-team meet.

In girls’ soccer

■ Urbana Uni High 1, Urbana 1.
After a scoreless first half, Juliana Trach scored for the host Illineks and Ellie England of Urbana later matched the goal in the tie.

■ Mahomet-Seymour 1, Champaign Central 0. Allison Fritz scored four minutes into the second half and Kathy Bradley recorded three saves in a shutout, leading the Bulldogs to a home win.

In boys’ tennis

■ St. Thomas More 8, Bloomington Central Catholic 1.
Nathaniel Thomas did not lose a game in singles or with doubles partner Joshua Stringer to lead the Sabers to a road win.

■ Centennial 9, Normal West 0. Andrew Scaggs did not lose a game at No. 4 singles and teamed with Peter Kim for a 6-1, 6-1 win at No. 2 doubles in the Chargers’ home victory.

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