Friday's prep highlights: Salt Fork tosses gem

Friday's prep highlights: Salt Fork tosses gem

In baseball
■ Bismarck-Henning 8, Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 3. B-H’s six-run fifth inning was the difference. Dylan Dodd was 3 for 3 with an RBI. Michael Feeney had two hits and an RBI. Nathan Moreman had two RBI. Dustyn Ingram allowed two hits and struck out 11 in six innings.

■ Unity 7, Robinson 0. Robby Crouse and Jordan Fisher allowed three hits in the shutout. Crouse had five strikeouts. Bobby Barnard was 2 for 4. Zach Spencer had a hit and two RBI. C. J. Short doubled and had an RBI.

■ Salt Fork 16, Armstrong-Potomac 0. Josh Kimbro, Jordan Eakle, Brodie Marsh and Justin Arnette combined on the no-hitter. Salt Fork produced 19 hits. Noah Darr was 3 for 3 with five RBI.

■ Monticello 10, Rantoul 0. Austin Hopper allowed two hits and struck out three in the shutout. Hopper had two hits for the Sages. David Vanderkloot was 3 for 3 with three RBI. Daniel Caldwell had two hits and three RBI. Ryne Bundy was 2 for 2. Tanner McLain and Thomas Wolken had a hit apiece for the Eagles.

■ Westville 16, Hoopeston Area 2. The Tigers scored 12 runs in the fourth inning. Tristan Flynn homered and had two RBI. Jeffery Thompson had two RBI and a home run. Austin Milholland was 2 for 2 with two RBI. Kendall Walder and Christian Davis each had an RBI for Hoopeston Area.

■ Central 10, Springfield Lanphier 0. Zachary Dorner struck out six in the one-hit shutout for the Maroons. Jacob Cribbett had two hits and two RBI. Lucas Wilson had two hits. Joseph Aeilts scored three runs. Lucas Beesley and Matthew Brown each had two RBI.

■ Judah Christian 4, Decatur Lutheran 3. Host Judah Christian scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh inning for the comeback. Dylan Hamilton allowed three hits and struck out six. Michael Lisner had three hits and scored two runs.

■ Gardner-South Wilmington 3, Watseka 1. Blake Burd had a hit and an RBI for the Warriors. Jake Shippert and Tyler LaVoie had a hit apiece. LaVoie had seven strikeouts.

In softball
■ Centennial 6, Charleston 4. The Chargers rallied to score three runs in the bottom of the sixth. Makena Brillhart was 3 for 4 with four RBI. Amy Janson had two hits and an RBI. Katie Brown was 2 for 2. Danielle Staske had 10 strikeouts in the complete game.

■ Watseka 4, Gardner-South Wilmington 3. Emily McCann’s sixth-inning double scored Cassandra Crook for the go-ahead run. Morgan Hotaling was 1 for 2 and scored a run for the Warriors. Devin Curry and Taylor Bauer each had one hit. Bauer had seven strikeouts and held Gardner-SW scoreless after the first inning.

■ Monticello 11, Fisher 0. Chrissy Gadbury and Megan Taylor pitched a one-hit shutout. Allie Hislope and Sophie Catlin homered for the Sages.

■ Hoopeston Area 4, Westville 0. Rylee Martin struck out six in a complete-game shutout. Kaelynn Longfellow had two hits and three RBI. Annie Goble had two hits and an RBI.

■ Shiloh 14, Decatur Lutheran 4. Lauren Moses had three hits, including a home run, three runs and six RBI. Tori Stierwalt was 3 for 4 and scored two runs. Stephanie Deem had two hits and scored three runs. Jessica Hunt had three hits, two RBI and three runs. Hunt struck out eight.  

■ B-H 7, G-RF/Chrisman 6. Brittany Ribbe’s two-out double in the
bottom of the ninth scored the winning run. Masyn Clow had two
RBI and a home run for B-H. Lexi Sliva had a triple and three RBI for G-RF/C.

In soccer
■ Central 2, Herscher 0. Ginger Tufte and Maria Jiminez scored second-half goals for the Maroons.

In track & field
■ At Gibson City. PBL’s Nick Porter (800, 1,600) and Iroquois West’s Austin Zirkle (long jump, triple jump) each won two titles at the GCMS Boys’ Falcon Invitational.

Spencer Brown