Thursday's highlights: Broncos stay perfect in LOVC
■ SJ-O 15, Iroquois West 1. Winning pitcher Hunter Hart (7-1) struck out nine in four innings for host St. Joseph-Ogden (16-5), which got a three-run home run from Louis Acklin. Aaron Woller went 2 for 2, including a solo home run, in the victory, and teammate Chase Gadau had two hits and four RBI. Henry Gerritson hit a home run for the Raiders.
■ Clinton 7, Sullivan 5. Mason Dial went 2 for 2 for the visiting Maroons, who got a double and an RBI from Marshall Sprague. Devin Kemp had two RBI in the victory. Brody Elder drove in two runs for the Redskins.
■ Milford 6, Hoopeston Area 3. Kyle Bennett went 2 for 3 for the host Bearcats. Tanner Davenport, who struck out eight, allowed no earned runs, two hits and one walk in 52/3 innings. Andrew Samet had two hits and an RBI for the Cornjerkers.
■ Oakwood 10, Schlarman 3. Davin Miles went 3 for 5, including two doubles, and had two RBI for the Comets (12-5, 9-2 Vermilion Valley Conference) at Danville Stadium.
■ Fisher 6, GCMS 0. Winning pitcher Luke Harvey (4-2) had eight strikeouts and allowed four hits in seven innings for the host Bunnies (9-7, 7-2 Heart of Illinois Conference), who got a two-run triple from Tyler Rogers in the fifth inning. Kyle Williams (RBI) and Hayden Fiedler (double) each had two hits for Fisher. Brendan Kuhns also doubled in the victory. Dylan Schoolcraft doubled for Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley.
■ Tuscola 5, Central A&M 3. Nick Bates went 2 for 3 for the host Warriors in a game that was called in the top of the sixth inning because of rain.
■ East Central 12, Martinsville 1. Tyler Price and John Taylor each had two hits and three RBI for the visiting Panthers (14-11, 8-3 Little Okaw Valley Conference).
■ Cerro Gordo/Bement 13, LeRoy 3. Mason Neisslie had two hits and two RBI for the host Broncos (18-4, 11-0 LOVC). Chase McNamara (RBI), Johnny Becker (RBI) and Connor Gross (two RBI) each had two hits in the victory. Zach Poindexter tripled for the Panthers.
■ Fisher 17, PBL 4. Kalli Gosser went 4 for 4, including a double, and scored four runs for the host Bunnies, who scored 11 runs in the first inning. Emilee Schwing went 3 for 3, including a double, and had two runs and two RBI for Fisher, which got two hits and two RBI from Kelcie Fredrickson. Skylar Harris had a double and a run for Paxton-Buckley-Loda, which got two RBI from Sami Schoonover.
■ Westville 8, B-H 7. Courtney Gabehart hit a walkoff home run in the bottom of the seventh inning for the host Tigers (12-7, 10-4 VVC). Ashley Hoffman hit a three-run home run in the first inning for Westville, which received two hits, two RBI and one run from Carson Richardson. Bismarck-Henning got two hits and two runs from Brittany Ribbe and two runs and two RBI from Emmie Hawkins.
■ Hoopeston Area 12, Milford 2. Allison Hamilton doubled, homered and drove in four runs for the Cornjerkers, who got two hits and two RBI from Brittney Myers. Cornisha Allen had two hits for the Bearcats.
■ Salt Fork 12, G-RF/C 11. Camaryn Todd singled with the bases loaded and two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning for the host Storm in the completion of a game that was suspended April 23. Brittany Hay had three hits, including two triples, for Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman.
■ Schlarman 13, Oakwood 3. Lexi Rangel (three RBI) singled, doubled and tripled for the host Hilltoppers (11-10, 9-2 VVC), who got two RBI apiece from Taylor Rangel and Elizabeth Hawkins. Haylee Powell homered in the victory. Somer Wells had two hits for the Comets.
■ Danville 5, Centennial 4. Jordan Ogle went 3 for 4 (two doubles, triple) with two RBI for the host Vikings (7-12, 3-3 Big 12), who got two hits from Lindsey Loewenstein and two RBI from Mackenzie King. Lexi Hall had two doubles and two runs for the Chargers, who received a double and an RBI from Katie Janson and an RBI from Makena Brillhart.
■ Watseka 10, St. Anne 1. Colleen Suchy went 3 for 5 with two RBI for the host Warriors, who got three hits and an RBI from Katie McTaggart and two hits and two RBI from CJ Crook. Winning pitcher Taylor Bauer struck out nine in seven innings.
In girls’ soccer
■ Urbana 2, Eisenhower 0. Samantha Weatherhead and Cate Hummel each scored for the host Tigers (3-8-1). Weatherhead scored her first-half goal on an assist from Hummel. Hummel scored her second-half goal on an assist from Sophia Ruiz-Gehrt.
■ St. Teresa 3, Monticello 2. Emma Reinbold and Kelsey Karbach each scored unassisted goals in the first half for the host Sages (5-6-1). Monticello keeper Elizabeth McGiles had 12 saves.
■ Central 6, MacArthur 0. Maddy Chalifoux scored twice for the Maroons.
■ W-L 3, Urbana Uni High 0. Jia Curry-Bild posted six saves for the visiting Illineks against Warrensburg-Latham.
In track & field
■ At Arthur. Jordan Feagin of Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond finished first in the 300-meter hurdles (44.73 seconds) and tied for first in the high jump (5 feet, 8 inches) in a meet that was suspended after 14 events because of rain and lightning.
A-L/A-H had 154 points, and Tuscola was second with 50.
Feagin tied teammate Tanner Brewer in the high jump.
Colton Yeakley of A-L/A-H placed first in the discus (124-11) and second in the shot put (41-11). Tuscola’s Stephen Gibson was first in the shot (47-4).
■ At Arthur. Kayley Stanley won three individual events (100 hurdles, long jump, triple jump) to lead A-L/A-H to first place in a meet that was cut short by lightning.
The Lancers, who received first-place finishes from Alyssa McArthur in the 100 dash (13.63) and the 300 hurdles (53.61), totaled 105 points. Tuscola was second with 59.