Wednesday's highlights

In girls’ soccer

Centennial 5, Bloomington 0. Dagny Olson scored all of the host Chargers’ goals on Senior Night. Sara Regan had two assists, and Katelynn Martinez had one assist for Centennial.

Urbana 3, Mattoon 2. Anna Krehbiel scored two goals, including the game-winner, for the visiting Tigers. Ellie England added two assists for Urbana, which received one goal and one assist from Cate Hummel. Tigers keeper Kayla Lard had eight saves.

In baseball
Westville 1, B-H 0. Kyle Brazas struck out eight and tossed a no-hitter for the visiting Tigers against Bismarck-Henning. Dylan Dodd was the hard-luck loser, fanning five and allowing five hits in his complete game.

Central 6, Danville 2. Winning pitcher Alec Altmyer struck out 10 in 51/3 innings for host Champaign Central. Jake Henss earned his first save of the season. The Maroons’ Jake Snider had three hits, and teammate Kurtis Brown had two hits and two RBI. Chase Thurston recorded two hits for the Vikings.

Centennial 4, Mount Zion 3. Jimmy Nelligan (double) went 2 for 3 for the host Chargers in the nonconference game.

Salt Fork 10, Tuscola 4. Ross Learnard went 2 for 3 for the visiting Storm, which received two hits, including a home run, from Max Stutsman. Winning pitcher Josh Kimbro struck out three in five innings. Cameron Westjohn went 2 for 4 for the Warriors.

Maroa-Forsyth 6, Clinton 1. Marshall Sprague and Steven Evans (double, RBI) each went 2 for 3 for the visiting Maroons.

Rantoul 10, PBL 5. Tanner McLain had three hits, two runs and six RBI for the visiting Eagles against Paxton-Buckley-Loda. Cord Church also had three hits in the victory. Martin Mennenga had two hits, two runs and an RBI for the Panthers, who surrendered four unearned runs in the fourth inning.

Schlarman 6, A-P 3. Emmet Black went 2 for 2 with two RBI for the host Hilltoppers against Armstrong-Potomac. Dentler Loschen was 2 for 4 with an RBI in the loss.

Cissna Park 6, Milford 3. Josh Marquez and Wyatt Froehling each had two hits for the visiting Timberwolves, who got two RBI from Devon Laubscher in the ninth inning.

W-L 4, Monticello 1. Daniel Peterson had a hit for the host Sages against Warrensburg-Latham.

Fisher 5, Flanagan-C-W 4. Winning pitcher Luke Harvey (6-2) struck out six in nine innings for the host Bunnies (11-7, 9-2 Heart of Illinois Conference) against Flanagan-Cornell-Woodland. Brad Pettenger, who went 4 for 5 with three RBI, hit a game-winning double with two outs in the bottom of the ninth, scoring Harvey and Kyle Williams. Tyler Rogers (RBI) and Nick Thomas each had two hits in the victory.    

                                  
CG/Bement 5-5, East Central 4-6. Bailey Runyen had two RBI in the first game for Cerro Gordo/Bement on Senior Day. Sean Reed (double) went 2 for 3 with two RBI. In the second game, Runyen was 2 for 3 with an RBI and two runs, and teammate Connor Gross (double) went 2 for 3 with three RBI.

In softball
SJ-O 13, Danville 3. Kenzie James (triple, RBI) and Mickaela Fleming (RBI) each had three hits for visiting St. Joseph-Ogden, which received an inside-the-park home run, double and two RBI from Allison Rose. The Vikings got doubles from Jordan Ogle and Lindsey Loewenstein (RBI). Megan Cox drove in a run in the loss.

Salt Fork 4, Watseka 3. Kalyn Learnard (double) had two hits and two runs for the host Storm, which received two RBI from Lea Hall and two hits from Kylee Summers. The Warriors got two hits and an RBI apiece from Mariah Carroll and Taylor Bauer. Danielle Shuper doubled in the loss.

B-H 9, Westville 8. Winning pitcher Phoenix LaCombe tossed a complete game for host Bismarck-Henning, which scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to win the Vermilion Valley Conference game. Carson Richardson had two hits for the Tigers.

Schlarman 12, A-P 3. Lexi Rangel had two hits and three RBI for the host Hilltoppers, who received two RBI and one hit from Elizabeth Hawkins. Sydne Bryant (double) had three hits in the victory. Kirsten Newnum homered and drove in two runs for Armstrong-Potomac.

Flanagan-C-W 1, Fisher 0. Leah Williams had two hits for the host Bunnies (13-8, 7-4 HOIC).

■ Maroa-Forsyth 7, Monticello 0. Losing pitcher Chrissy Gadbury struck out five in seven innings for the host Sages.

PBL 18, Milford 8. Amanda Ypya went 3 for 4 with two runs, three stolen bases and four RBI for the visiting Panthers, who got a double, three runs and two RBI from Asti Hastings. PBL sent nine batters to the plate in each of the first two innings and led 11-3. The Bearcats were led by Cornisha Allen (two runs) and Taylor Simpson (two RBI), who each went 2 for 4.

 ■ Villa Grove 14-18, Okaw Valley 0-3. Alix Ezell drove in five runs and Lizzy Smith scored four runs in the second game for the visiting Blue Devils (14-1, 12-1 Little Okaw Valley Conference), who clinched at least a share of the league title. In the first game, Smith struck out 11 in six innings and Ezell had four RBI. Kelsey Dees and Smith had three RBI apiece.

G-RF/C 17, Oakwood 1. Tristyn Mingee went 3 for 3 with three
RBI on Senior Night for Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman, which got a double and two RBI from Brittany Hay.

Cerro Gordo/Bement 10-16, Heritage 2-8. Kristi Krigbaum (two doubles, triple) went 3 for 4 in the second game for the host Broncos, who got three hits from Kaylin Morris and Stephanie Shook. In the opener, Molly Lawler and Haley Wright each had two hits.

In boys’ tennis

At Champaign. Central’s Austin Aten won his matches at No. 1 singles and No. 2 doubles, leading the Maroons to an 8-1 victory against St. Thomas More at Lindsay Tennis Center. Jesse Dankle was victorious for the Sabers at No. 5 singles.

 

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