Monday's highlights: Chalifoux paces Central soccer

Monday's highlights: Chalifoux paces Central soccer

In baseball
■ Urbana 14, Kankakee 4.
Michael Thompson drove in five runs and Brian Summers had three hits, three runs and two RBI for the Tigers in a road victory.

■ Centennial 10, Clinton 1. Jeff Lavin went 3 for 4, including a double and a triple, and drove in three runs for the Chargers in a home win. Winning pitcher Jeff Lindgren struck out nine and didn’t yield a walk.

■ Monticello 12, St. Thomas More 5. The Sages erupted for seven runs in the fourth inning to build an 11-1 lead en route to a home win. Daniel Peterson went 3 for 4 for Monticello. Michael Plecki (4 for 4) and Cameron Deedrich combined for seven of STM’s 10 hits.

■ Oakwood 3, St. Joseph-Ogden 0. Jake England pitched a four-hit complete-game shutout and broke up a no-hitter by counterpart Brock Immke in the sixth inning with a two-out home run. England finished with 10 strikeouts in the road victory.

■ East Central 13, Arcola 0. Dalton James drove in three runs, helping East Central improve to 4-0 in the Little Okaw Valley Conference with a road win. Jake Stokes and Alec Bean combined for a five-inning shutout.

■ PBL 7, Unity 5. The Panthers jumped to a 3-0 lead in the first inning and went on to win at home behind Axl Denault’s three RBI. Jonah Wilson of PBL and Zach Gadbury of Unity had three hits apiece.

■ Bismarck-Henning 12, Armstrong-Potomac 0. The Blue Devils rapped out 14 hits and took advantage of eight Trojan errors in a road win. Dustin Simpson and Kane Richmond each had two hits, including a double, for B-H.

■ Fisher 8, Tri-Valley 7. The Bunnies scored four runs in both the second and third innings and held on for a home victory. Grant Pointer went 2 for 2 with two walks and two RBI for Fisher.

■ Arthur-Lovington 13, Villa Grove 2. Justin Hayes drove in three runs and Tyler Schuring had three hits to propel the Knights to a road victory.

■ Georgetown-Ridge Farm 6, Milford 2. Despite only three hits, the Buffaloes coaxed out a home win behind Ethan Sliva’s two RBI and Trevor Price’s two runs.

■ Schlarman 3, Hoopeston Area 2. Dalton Dieu and Dylan Fisher each drove in a run to help the Hilltoppers eke out a road win. Aiden Berg homered and had two RBI for the Cornjerkers.

■ Ridgeview 12, LeRoy 2. Drew Ruckman had two hits, including a triple, and drove in a run for the Panthers in road loss.

In softball
■ St. Thomas More 16, Champaign Central 9.
The Sabers scored nine runs in the second inning to take command in a home win. Imani Maatuka went 2 for 3 with a home run and two RBI for Central.

■ Mahomet-Seymour 12, Centennial 0. Lindsey Ogle went 3 for 3, scored twice and drove in two runs to propel the Bulldogs to a home victory. Teammate Alyssa Spoerer contributed a home run and three RBI. Makena Brillhart had two of the Chargers’ four hits. Winning pitcher Madison O’Donnell struck out eight in four innings.

■ St. Joseph-Ogden 8, Olympia 6. Freshman Allison Rose doubled twice and drove in four runs to lead the Spartans (9-0) to a home run.

■ Clinton 8, Maroa-Forsyth 2. The Maroons scored five runs in the first inning and remained in command en route to a home win. Winning pitcher Bailey walker (3 for 4), Haley Toohill and Payton Bieber each had two RBI for Clinton.

■ Villa Grove 6, Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond 1. Lizzy Smith struck out 17 batters in a complete-game three-hitter to lead the Blue Devils to a home victory. Smith also went 2 for 3 with a double and a home run. KELSEY DEES had two RBI for Villa Grove.

■ Schlarman 10, Hoopeston Area 6. Maria Rangel had three hits and two RBI to lift the Hilltoppers to a road win. Kaelynn Longfellow paced the Cornjerkers’ attack with three hits, including two doubles, and four RBI.

■ Tri-Valley 5, Fisher 3. The Bunnies weren’t able to overcome four errors in a home loss. Kalli Gosser drove in two runs for Fisher.

■ LeRoy 15, Ridgeview 0. Annika Kolic and Shannon Steffen each had three hits and combined to score seven runs for the Panthers in a road rout. Hannan Bogle shut out Ridgeview on two hits in the five-inning game.

■ Bismarck-Henning 14, Armstrong-Potomac 8. Johanna Bruens and Megan Cain homered for the Trojans in a home loss.

■ Westville 13, Salt Fork 12. Trailing 12-9 entering the bottom of the seventh inning, Westville scored four runs to pull out a win. Bobbi Morris capped the rally with a two-out bases-loaded single. Nicole Weston drove in three runs for Salt Fork, and teammate Emilie McFadden went 2 for 4 with two RBI.

■ Monticello 15, Central A&M 0. Chrissy Gadbury homered twice and drove in five runs to lead the Sages to a home rout. Gadbury also earned the win, shutting out Central A&M on one hit in the five-inning game. Sophie Catlin and Emily Janis each homered for Monticello.

■ Watseka 18, Kankakee Trinity 4. Hayley Gray went 3 for 4 with a homer and six RBI to power the Warriors to a home win. Mariah Carroll (three runs) also had three hits for Watseka.

■ Blue Ridge 12, GCMS 1. The host Knights earned their first win of the season as Megan Tsevelekos threw a five-inning no-hitter. Mackenzie Beck scored three runs and drove in two for Blue Ridge.

■ Unity 5, Meridian 2. The Rockets scored all of their runs in the fifth and sixth innings to pull away to a home victory. Taylor Stark drove in two runs for Unity, and teammate Carsen Bolstad went 2 for 3.

In girls’ soccer
■ Central 5, Mattoon 1.
The Maroons rolled to a road win behind Maddy Chalifoux’s hat trick. Emica quigley added an unassisted goal and two assists.

In boys’ tennis
■ Champaign Central 6, Bloomington 3.
Austin Aten and Paul Mitchell did not drop a game en route to wins at Nos. 1 and 3 singles, respectively, for the host Maroons in a dual-meet victory.

In boys’ track & field
■ At Mahomet.
Zaniel Zilewicz won three events to lead Mahomet-Seymour to an 82-64 victory against Monticello. Zilewicz placed first in the high jump, 110-meter high hurdles and 300 intermediate hurdles. Conner Diedrich (long jump, 200) of M-S and Adam Auten (discus, shot put) of Monticello were two-event winners.

■ At Gibson City. Lane Dueringer (discus) and David Ricks (800) won events for GCMS, which placed second in four-team meet.

In girls’ track & field
■ At Gibson City.
Tori Gaesser and LaToya Baillie each won three events to lead GCMS to the title of a three-team meet. Gaesser placed first in the pole vault, high jump and triple jump. Baillie captured the shot put, discus and 300 intermediate hurdles.

■ At Mattoon. Hannah Wright won the 1,600 and 3,200 for Champaign Central, which finished second in a four-team meet. Sharon Mainor of the Maroons placed first in the 200 and anchored winning 400 and 800 relays.

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