Tuesday's prep highlights: M-S' Redman tosses gem
■ Mahomet-Seymour 7, Eureka 0. Chris Redman threw a no-hitter and was backed by Joe Kenney’s two doubles and two RBI as the Bulldogs rolled to a home victory. Redman, who struck out two, helped M-S improve to 6-0 in the Corn Belt Conference.
■ Urbana 11, Danville 3. Conner Gremer limited Danville to three hits in 61/3 innings and drove in three runs, leading the Tigers to a road win. Kiel King had four RBI and Tanner Russell collected four hits for Urbana, which finished with a season-high 14 hits, including four triples. Austin West drove in two runs for the Vikings.
■ St. Thomas More 10, Cissna Park 0. The Sabers broke a scoreless tie with five runs in the fourth inning and added five more in the fifth to finish off a home victory. Winning pitcher Austin Tabeling and Storm Joop drove in two runs apiece. Tabeling held Cissna Park to one hit and struck out seven in the five-inning game.
■ PBL 8, Watseka 3. Axl Denault belted a three-run home run and scored twice to propel the Panthers to a road win. Winning pitcher Johnny Walder limited the Warriors to two hits in six innings.
■ Rantoul 11, Pontiac 4. The Eagles scored five runs in the sixth inning to break open the game en route to a home victory. Tanner McLain, Kyle Flessner and Kolton Vermillion (home run) drove in two runs apiece for Rantoul.
■ Tuscola 9, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 8. The Warriors rallied from an 8-6 deficit with three runs in the sixth inning and held on for a home win. Tommy Watson and Tristan Williams each went 2 for 3 for Tuscola. Ethan Sliva homered and drove in three runs for the Buffaloes.
■ Normal U-High 22, Prairie Central 9. The Hawks fell at home to a Pioneers team that banged out 21 hits. Devin Crews and Adam Livezey each homered and drove in four runs for Prairie Central, with Crews belting a grand slam in the fourth inning that drew his team within 8-5.
■ St. Joseph-Ogden 10, Decatur St. Teresa 5. The Spartans scored in each of the first five innings in a home victory. Tyler McCormick had two hits and four RBI for SJ-O, backing winning pitcher Brock Immke, who struck out 10.
■ LeRoy 8, Hartsburg-Emden 0. In his first start of the season, freshman Brett Egan threw a complete-game shutout and struck out 10 for the visiting Panthers. Bryce Dooley led LeRoy’s 11-hit attack with three hits and three RBI.
■ Urbana 7, Shiloh 1. Krista Broom had four of Urbana’s 13 hits and drove in two runs, backing the five-hit pitching of Jessica Kearns in a road win. Kiara Moses contributed three hits for the Tigers.
■ Danville 12, Centennial 2. Katy Aguirre, Megan Burton and Kennedy Richards had three hits apiece, keying a 13-hit attack that carried the Vikings to a home victory. Winning pitcher Alissa Peelman threw a five-hitter and homered in the five-inning game.
■ Salt Fork 15, North Vermilion (Ind.) 0. Emilie McFadden and Kylee Summers (home run) drove in three runs apiece to power the undefeated Storm (13-0) to a home win. Peyton Meade pitched a four-hit shutout.
■ St. Joseph-Ogden 9, Fisher 5. Freshman reliever Tori Witruk pitched 32/3 scoreless innings and earned the win as host SJ-O rallied to beat No. 6 (Class 1A) Fisher. SJ-O’s Ashlynn McConaha scored in the fourth inning to break a 5-5 tie. Molly McElwee and Allison Rose each had two hits for the Spartans. Fisher’s Emilee Schwing was 3 for 4.
■ Watseka 12, PBL 0. Taylor Bauer threw a five-inning no-hitter, allowing only one ball to leave the infield, as the Warriors cruised to a home victory. Katie McTaggart went 2 for 3 with a double and three RBI to propel the Watseka attack.
■ Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond 10, Paris 2. The Lancers jumped to a 9-0 lead in the first three innings and rolled to a home victory behind Mikayla Miller’s 3-for-4, three-RBI performance. Miller doubled and tripled, while winning pitcher Kaitie Wildman (four-hitter) contributed two doubles.
■ Clinton 12, Deer Creek-Mackinaw 1. The Maroons erupted for seven runs in the fifth inning to finish off a home victory. Payton Bieber belted a grand slam to highlight the uprising, while Haley Toohill went 2 for 2 with two RBI for Clinton. Winning pitcher Shalyn Houston (4-0) pitched a four-hitter.
■ GCMS 14, Armstrong-Potomac 5. The top five hitters in the Falcons’ lineup went 9 for 15 and combined to score all but one of their team’s runs in a home win. Emily Elder had four RBI and Amber Wittemann scored four times for GCMS. Megan Cain went 4 for 4 with two doubles and a triple while driving in four runs for A-P.
■ Villa Grove/Heritage 10, Cerro Gordo/Bement 7. Alix Ezell drove in three runs and Cedar Richardson went 3 for 4, leading VG/H to a home victory. Josie St. Pierre had three RBI for the Broncos.
■ Hoopeston Area 7, Milford 3. The Cornjerkers broke a 2-2 tie with five runs in the sixth inning en route to a road win. Winning pitcher Rylee Martin (nine strikeouts) hit a two-run double in the big inning, and Annie Goble later delivered a bases-clearing double on an 0-2 pitch. Sierra Fanning went 2 for 3 with a double and two RBI for Milford.
■ Clifton Central 10, Iroquois West 0. The Raiders were within 2-0 before allowing eight runs in the fifth inning in a road loss.
■ Tuscola 9, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 4. Erin Walker doubled twice and Anna Watson had two hits and three stolen bases, leading the Warriors to a home win. Tristyn Mingee had two hits and an RBI for G-RF.
In girls’ soccer
■ Urbana Uni High 2, Decatur St. Teresa 0. Lilly Bralts-Kelly scored twice on assists by Madeleine Nelson in the Illineks’ home victory. Jia Curry-Bild was in goal for the Uni shutout.
■ Charleston 8, Danville 1. Taylor Ellis scored the Vikings’ lone goal in a home defeat.
■ Normal Community 3, Champaign Central 0. Abi Manaster recorded 10 saves for the Maroons in a home loss.
■ Mahomet-Seymour 6, Urbana 0. Lauren Longfellow and Sarah VanWingerden each had one goal and one assist for the Bulldogs, who did all of their scoring in the first half in a home victory. The Bulldogs held Urbana to one shot on goal.
In boys’ track & field
■ At Arcola. Taylor Kirby won the 110 hurdles and triple jump and ran on a first-place 400 relay, leading Salt Fork to the title of a four-team meet. The Storm outscored runner-up Arcola by 18 points. Ashton Wilson paced the host Purple Riders with wins in the 800, high jump and long jump. He also ran on Arcola’s winning 1,600 relay.
■ At Champaign. Josh Parker won the 100 and 200, leading St. Thomas More to an eight-point victory against runner-up Villa Grove/Heritage in the five-team STM Invitational. Other double-winners were John Henderson (300 hurdles, discus) of VG/H and Chris Bauer (long jump, triple jump) of Urbana University High.
■ At Monticello. Monticello won three of four relays and captured the eight-team Piatt-Macon County Invitational by 27 points against runner-up Macon Meridian. Josh Burton ran on all three first-place relays for the Sages and also won the long jump.
In girls’ track & field
■ At Danville. Imani Hall won two individual events and ran on a first-place relay, leading the Vikings to the title of a three-team meet. Hall captured the 400 meters and high jump while also contributing to a win in the 1,600 relay. Aarionna Graham (long jump), Ambrosia Williams (pole vault) and Desiree Isaac (100) won individual events and ran on two winning relays to help Danville outscore runner-up Champaign Central 75-34. Hannah Wright of the Maroons won the 1,600 and ran on the first-place 3,200 relay.
■ At St. Joseph. St. Joseph-Ogden overcame a four-victory performance by Salt Fork’s Jenny Kimbro to win a four-team meet. The Spartans outscored the runner-up Storm 90-72. Kimbro placed first in the 100 hurdles, 300 hurdles, high jump and long jump. Morgann Graham of SJ-O won the 200 and ran on first-place 400 and 800 relays. Abby Nicholson of the Storm captured the shot put and discus titles.
■ At Arcola. The Purple Riders won all but two events and captured a three-team meet by 89 points against runner-up DeLand-Weldon. Taylor Edwards of Arcola won the 1,600, 3,200 and high jump. Teammate Samantha Reece placed first in the 100 and 200 and contributed to the winning 400 relay. Emily White (long jump, triple jump) was a double-winner for D-W.
■ At Hoopeston. Bismarck-Henning’s Jessica Hall re-set her own school record in the shot put, extending the mark to 37 feet, 11/2 inches at the Hobbs Relays.
■ At Champaign. Urbana University High won all four relays and rolled to a 60-point victory in the six-team St. Thomas More Invitational. Annemarie Michael of the Illineks won the 800 and 1,600 and ran on the first-place 3,200 relay. Miranda Marry of Fisher was a three-event winner, capturing the 100, 200 and 400.
■ At Monticello. Hannah Houska won two individual events (400, 800) and ran on first-place 1,600 and 3,200 relays to lead Monticello to the title of the eight-team Piatt-Macon County Invitational.
In boys’ tennis
■ At Champaign. Max Zheng (No. 2 singles) and Patrick Kearney (No. 4 singles) did not lose a game, leading Centennial to an 8-1 victory against Mattoon. Kearney also combined with Matthew Scaggs for a 6-0, 6-2 win at No. 2 doubles.
■ At Urbana. Danville won four of six singles matches to pull out a 5-4 victory against the Tigers. Colin Wind (No. 2) and Kevin Lichtenberger (No. 3) of the Vikings won singles matches and combined for their team’s lone doubles victory at No. 1.