Thursday's prep highlights: Cabutti lifts M-S

In volleyball

At Rantoul. Emma Cabutti had 15 kills and Hannah Charter 11 digs for Mahomet-Seymour in a 25-18, 22-25, 25-19 victory against Rantoul. Chaquera Cross had 16 digs for the Eagles.

At Atwood. Led by Elaine Davis' nine kills and Kaitie Wildman's 15 digs, Atwood-Hammond rallied past Cerro Gordo 22-25, 25-17, 25-22. Kaci Spry contributed five blocks to the win. Emily Richardson had 22 assists, six digs and four service aces for the Broncos.

At Westville. Chrisman defeated Westville 25-23, 25-22 behind Daniele Hoult's five digs, three kills and three service aces. Kaitie Shaw had nine blocks for the Tigers, while Mikayla Rolinitis added 10 digs.

At Cullom. Haley Pence's eight kills and three blocks lifted Iroquois West to a 25-19, 25-14 victory against Tri-Point. Morgan Small added six service aces and four kills for the Raiders

At Clinton. The host Maroons defeat Moweaqua Central A&M 25-23, 25-21 behind Morgan Hickman's 10 digs, 16 assists, three blocks and three kills. Shanae Ritter and Ally Lawson combined for 23 digs for Clinton.

At St. Joseph. St. Joseph-Ogden swept CPCI 25-14, 25-15 behind Emily Griswell's 21 assists and Courtney Learned's 11 digs.

At Milford. Bismarck-Henning improved to 9-1 with a 25-21; 25-12 victory against Milford. Miranda Witty had four kills and five digs for the Blue Devils, while Abby Bergman added three kills and five blocks.

At Argenta. Hannah Millington had seven kills and Alex Stupek added three service aces, leading Argenta-Oreana to a 25-17, 26-24 victory against Maroa-Forsyth.

At Catlin. Armstrong-Potomac rallied past Salt Fork 23-25, 25-16, 25-16 behind Erika Sieberns' eight kills and Shayla Boen's 14 assists. Kelsey Carleton had 24 assists and Emilie McFadden 15 kills for the Storm.

At Urbana. Jo Ellen Machesky had 15 digs for Urbana University High in a 25-22, 25-9 loss to Fisher.

At Lovington. Sherelle Coller had 13 assists and five service aces for Arthur in a 25-13, 25-9 victory against Lovington. Julia Cohan added seven kills and three aces for the Lancers.

At Monticello. Monticello defeated Macon Meridian 25-23, 25-14 behind Sammi Terstriep's six kills, five digs and three service aces. Kaitlyn Hunt had 16 digs for the Sages.

At Bement. Sabrina Hinton had seven blocks, 10 digs and four kills for Bement in a 25-22, 25-21 victory against Arcola.

At Watseka. St. Thomas More improved to 3-0 in the Sangamon Valley Conference with a 15-25, 25-18, 25-22 victory against Watseka. Megan Casagrande had 11 kills and four service aces for the Sabers. Jessica Allhands led the Warriors with 14 kills, 14 digs and seven aces.

In boys' golf

At Rantoul. Brock Peavler shot a 38 to win medalist honors by 2 strokes and lead Rantoul to a 174-188 victory against Judah Christian at Brookhill Golf Course. Nick Berger of the Tribe finished second.

At Sheldon. Watseka's Justin Moyer shot a 45 to edge Milford's Jordan Schippert by 1 stroke for medalist honors at Shewami Country Club. With four of the top six scorers, Milford won the dual meet 196-218.

At Danville. Andy Bott of Bismarck-Henning and Jordan King of Schlarman shared medalist honors with 42s, but the Blue Devils won the dual meet 173-199 at Danville Country Club to improve to 12-1.

At Savoy. Peter Black of Centennial and Garrett Cox of Mahomet-Seymour each shot 1-over-par 37s to tie for first place in the Chargers' 158-163 victory at the University of Illinois Orange Course.

At Villa Grove. Medalist Tyler Taylor's 38 and Drew Heffley's 39 led Monticello to a 165-250 victory against Villa Grove at Tri-City Country Club.

At Farmer City. Austin Maxwell shot a 42 to finish fifth for host Blue Ridge, which lost to El Paso-Gridley 158-194.

At Arcola. Matt Holaday, with a 46, was one of four Arcola entrants who shot under 50 in a 191-210 victory against Tri-County. Justin Richardson of Tri-County was the medalist with a 44.

At LeRoy. Jacob Wohlwend and Caleb Graybeal of LeRoy finished in a three-way tie for third place with 42s. The Panthers placed last in a three-team meet at LeRoy Country Club.

In girls' golf

At Savoy. Madison White shot a 46 to earn medalist honors by 4 strokes and lead Centennial to a 201-218 victory against Champaign Central at the University of Illinois Blue Course. Katie Brown of the Chargers and McKinzie Coleman of Central tied for second place with 50s.

At Sheldon. With only three players, Watseka forfeited the team title to Milford, but Warriors sophomore Kate Mueller won medalist honors with a 46 at Shewami Country Club. Jordyn Basler's 52 led Milford.

At Farmer City. Amber Tsevelekos of Blue Ridge shot a 43 to finish in a three-way tie for first place. The Knights, with three entrants, forfeited the dual-meet victory to El Paso-Gridley.

At Bloomington. Evelyn Brand of Monticello shot a 37 to win medalist honors by 2 strokes in the Sages' 177-192 loss to Tri-Valley at The Links at Ireland Grove.

At Pontiac. Mahomet-Seymour finished second in the 12-team Livingston County Invitational at Wolf Creek Golf Club. Charlotte Goss (87) tied for sixth place and Randal-Allison Bernthal (91) tied for 10th for the Bulldogs.

In boys' cross-country

At Rossville. Jesse Hahne of Schlarman won by 54 seconds and Oakwood captured the Bismarck-Henning Invitational title with four runners in the top 10. Hahne finished the 3-mile race in 16:16. Leighton Eliott of Oakwood was second in 17:10. Oakwood scored 30 points to edge runner-up Bismarck-Henning by five in the three-team standings.

At Monticello. Steve Schroeder led a 1-2-3 finish by Monticello in a 21-38 victory against St. Joseph-Ogden. Schroeder finished in 15:54 to win by 33 seconds. Fourth-place Zeke Elkins was the Spartans' top finisher.

In girls' cross-country

At Rossville. Hoopeston Area had the top three finishers and rolled to victory in the five-team Bismarck-Henning Invitational. Lauren Houmes won in 18:57, with Cornjerkers teammate Madie Brown next in 22:35. HA defeated runner-up B-H by 24 points.

At Monticello. Superior depth carried Monticello to a 26-31 victory against St. Joseph-Ogden. Led by Hannah Houska, the Sages had the third- through sixth-place finishers. Chelsea Blaase and Jolee Paden of the Spartans finished 1-2.

In boys' soccer

Central 3, Bloomington 1. Freshman Emanuel Komba scored twice in the second half to lift the Maroons to a Big 12 road victory. Komba's first goal proved to be the game-winner, his third of the season for Central (5-1-0). Julio Zarco assisted on both of Komba's goals.

Oakwood/A-P 4, G-RF 1. Synan Nicholson's hat trick lifted Oakwood/Armstrong-Potomac to a road victory. Brayden Turner had a goal and an assist for the Comets (2-6-1). Chance Potter scored for Georgetown-Ridge Farm.

Monticello 3, Unity 2. The Sages scored all of their goals in the first six minutes before holding on for a road victory. Jacob Hanselman had a goal and two assists for Monticello (7-2). Logan Cunningham and Ben Winn scored for Unity.

Blue Ridge 1, St. Thomas More 0. J.J. Malone scored in the second half on an assist by Conner Builta, and Josh Plunk preserved the shutout with three saves for the Knights (11-1-0).

Salt Fork/Westville 4, Hoopeston Area/B-H 2. Noah Darr and Alex Burke each had two goals for Salt Fork/Westville in a road victory. Elijah Yates and Will Miller scored for Hoopeston Area/Bismarck-Henning.

Urbana University High 9, Schlarman 0. Alex Mestre's hat trick and Paul Seeley's four assists carried the Illineks to a home victory.

In girls' tennis

At Mattoon. Madie Baillon lost only one game at No. 1 singles and combined with Alyssa Vodacek for an 8-2 victory at No. 1 singles to account for St. Thomas More's points in a 7-2 loss to Mattoon.

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