■ St. Joseph-Ogden 1, PBL 0. Hunter Hart struck out 14 while throwing a no-hitter, outdueling freshman Jonathon Walder to lead the Spartans to a home win. SJ-O scored the game’s lone run in the third when Josh Poulter stole two bases and reached home on Jordan Buhs’ single.
■ Danville 8, Schlarman 1. The host Vikings broke open a close game with five runs in the fourth inning. Winning pitcher Michael Vascura, who limited the Hilltoppers to four hits in a complete-game performance, drove in three runs.
■ Unity 10, Tuscola 5. The Rockets scored six runs in the fifth inning to take control in a home victory. Winning pitcher Mitchell Snodgrass and ZACK Gadbury each drove in two runs for Unity.
■ Shelbyville 8, Sullivan 3. Dakota Clayton went 2 for 3 with two RBI for the Redskins in a home loss.
■ Iroquois West 3, Cissna Park 0. Trenton Miller pitched a complete-game three-hit shutout and went 3 for 4 to lead the Raiders to a road win. Miller struck out 13 in outdueling Cole Hasselbring, who limited IW to one earned run while striking out seven. Henry Gerritson contributed two hits for the Raiders.
■ Fisher 14, Judah Christian 4. Tyler Rogers and Nolan Kuhns drove in three runs apiece to lead the Bunnies to a home victory. Rogers and Nick Thomas each went 3 for 3 to pace Fisher’s 16-hit attack. Brendan Black and BRANDON Burton both were 2 for 3 for the Tribe.
■ Monticello 9, Meridian 3. NICK STOKOWSKI tripled, homered and had three RBI for the host Sages. ROSS REEDER was 3 for 4, MATT CROOK was 3 for 3 and freshman JACOB BURTON added two hits in the win.
■ Central A&M 9, Clinton 5. The Maroons allowed five runs in the seventh inning in falling at home. Colton Reeves had two doubles for Clinton, which outhit A&M 9-7.
■ Mount Pulaski 9, Cerro Gordo/Bement 8. The Broncos built a 7-1 lead through five innings but couldn’t stop Mount Pulaski from scoring eight times in the sixth and absorbed a home loss. Steve Isbell went 2 for 3 with a home run and four RBI for CG/B.
■ Salt Fork 13, Tri-Valley 9. Trailing 7-6, the Storm scored six runs in the fourth and went on to a home win. Noah Darr had three hits and Ross Learnard homered for Salt Fork.
■ St. Thomas More 8, Watseka 5. Storm Joop went 3 for 4 with two doubles for the Sabers, who scored six runs in the first inning and held on for a road win.
■ Mahomet-Seymour 13, Rantoul 1. Alison Tarrant struck out 18 batters, and Alyssa Spoerer and Erin Davis each drove in three runs to lead the Bulldogs to a road win. Tarrant pitched a complete-game one-hitter.
■ Centennial 5, Heritage 1. Lexi Hall went 2 for 3 with a triple to lead the Chargers to a road victory. Katie Janson also had two hits for Centennial.
■ St. Joseph-Ogden 19, PBL 1. MICKAELA FLEMING had two home runs, a triple and five RBI as the unbeaten Spartans romped in five innings. SAMANTHA FLEMING homered and doubled twice, ASHLYNN McCONAHA had four hits and LEXIE BOAZ doubled twice and hit her first career home run.
■ Clifton Central 12, Hoopeston Area 7. Leading 7-6 entering the seventh inning, the Cornjerkers fell victim to a six-run rally by visiting Clifton Central. Jordan McFadden had two hits and two RBI for Hoopeston Area.
■ Iroquois West 5, Kankakee Grace Baptist 3. Tegan Cash (two RBI) and Morgan Small had two hits apiece to lift the Raiders to a road win. Winning pitcher Kaleigh Wilken struck out 11.
■ Ridgeview 12, Bloomington Cornerstone Christian Academy 4. Taylor Hastings belted two home runs and struck out 12 batters to lead the Mustangs to a home win. Kayla Reynolds had four hits and Courtney Thorndyke drove in three runs for Ridgeview.
■ Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond 6, Tuscola 2. Winning pitcher Kaitie Wildman drove in three runs and scored twice for the host Lancers.
■ Watseka 17, St. Thomas More 2. Mariah Carroll homered and drove in six runs to power the Warriors to a home win. Winning pitcher Hayley Gray went 2 for 3 with two RBI. Leah Allison had two hits and three RBI for the Sabers.
■ Unity 11, Westville 0. McKenzie Krutsinger pitched a three-hit shutout and drove in two runs to lead the Rockets to a six-inning home win
■ Danville 13, Oakwood 0. Chloe Davis pitched a three-hit shutout and Kristi Burghart homered to propel the Vikings to a five-inning road victory.
■ Deer Creek-Mackinaw 13, Blue Ridge 0. The Knights were limited to two hits in a five-inning road defeat.
In girls’ soccer
■ St. Thomas More 7, Olympia 0. Michaela Ward had two goals and three assists to lead the Sabers to a home victory. Louisette Lukusa also scored twice for STM, while goalkeeper Lexi Wallen notched her third shutout of the season in front of a defense that did not allow a shot or corner kick.
■ Judah Christian 2, Normal Calvary Christian 1. Kaitlyn Duchien scored twice and goalkeeper Erin Huggett made four saves, leading the Tribe to a road win.
■ Danville First Baptist 8, Manhattan Community Christian 0. The Knights rolled to a road win behind kimmy Montgomery’s hat trick and Ashley Greazer’s two goals and one assist. Goalkeeper Sydni Neal had five saves for the shutout.
■ Mount Zion 5, Monticello 1. The Sages were outscored 4-0 in the second half in a home defeat. Emma Reinbold connected on an unassisted goal for Monticello.
■ Normal U-High 4, Centennial 1. The Chargers trailed 4-0 at halftime of a home loss. Katelynn Martinez scored Centennial’s lone goal on an assist by Dagny Olson.
■ Mahomet-Seymour 8, Danville 0. Lauren Longfellow had a goal and two assists, and the Bulldogs defense didn’t surrender a shot in a nonconference road victory. Kylie Lenschow added a goal and two assists as eight different M-S (7-2) players scored goals.
■ Normal West 8, Urbana 0. The Tigers fell behind 6-0 in the first half in a road shutout loss.
In boys track & field
■ At Paxton. PBL won a four-team meet behind Tyler Rubarts’ three event victories. Rubarts captured the 110-meter hurdles, long jump and triple jump. Reno Jamison (shot put, discus) and Zac WeisenbarN (100, 200) were two-event winners for the Panthers. Arch Robison (1,600, 3,200) won two events for runner-up Urbana University High.
■ At Herscher. SKYLER SIEVING was a four-time winner, including firsts in the 100 and 200, as Prairie Central took first place. IAN BRISCOE won the long jump and high jump for the Hawks.
■ At Arcola. Alex Johns (800, 1,600) and Jamie Warren (long jump, triple jump) each won two events to lift Arcola to first place in a five-school meet. Gage Fowler (100, 200) was a two-event winner for third-place Cerro Gordo-Bement.
■ At Arthur. Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond won 16 events to run away with the team title in a four-school meet. Austin Dean swept the 100 and 200 for A-L/A-H.
■ At Moweaqua. Alex Harvey won the 1,600 and 3,200 for Sullivan-Okaw Valley, which placed first in all four relays en route to the team title of a triangular meet.
In girls’ track & field
■ At Paxton. Lea Slauch and Emma Hoyer each won two events to lead Urbana University High to the team title in a four-school meet. Slauch placed first in the 100 and long jump while also contributing to two winning relays. Hoyer captured the shot put and discus
■ At Arthur. Kaley Stanley won two events to lead Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond to the title of a four-team meet. Stanley captured the 100 hurdles and triple jump for the Lancers.
■ At Herscher. ALEXIS LAMBERT won the 100, 200 and 400 and ran a leg on a winning relay as Prairie Central won team honors. GABBY WEBER won the long jump and triple jump, and LIZ WALTER won the 1,600 and 3,200.
■ At Arcola. Cerro Gordo-Bement, which won the 400 and 800 relays, edged Arcola by four points to capture a five-team meet. Rylee Fishel (100, 200) and Taylor Edwards (1,600, 3,200) were two-event winners for Arcola. Shelby Clanton (100 hurdles, 300 hurdles) and Carli Clifton (long jump, triple jump) each won twice for third-place Fisher.
In boys’ tennis
■ Urbana University High 6, St. Thomas More 3. The Illineks won four of five third-set tiebreakers to defeat the Sabers at Atkins Tennis Center in Urbana. Alex Mestre and Edo Roth captured wins at Nos. 1 and 2 singles, respectively, and combined for a victory at No. 1 doubles.
■ Champaign Central 5, Mattoon 4. Paul Mitchell prevailed in a third-set tiebreaker at No. 2 singles and combined with Michael Yoo to win No. 1 doubles, leading the Maroons to a home win.