Monday's highlights: Unity, Barnard sweep Spartans

In volleyball

■ Champaign Central 2, Monticello 0.
The host Maroons won 25-9, 25-19 behind Dana Westfield’s big night — 10 kills, nine digs. Maddie Legrande added nine kills for Central. Alyssa Rook had eight digs for the Sages.

■ Watseka 2, Milford 0. Maddie Pfingsten had 19 assists and five service aces for the Warriors (16-0) in a 25-8, 25-9 home victory. Taylor Bauer belted 11 kills for Watseka.

■ Blue Ridge 2, DeLand-Weldon 0. The visiting Knights (15-1) won 25-16, 25-16 behind Amber Blazek’s 14 digs and seven kills.

■ PBL 2, Tuscola 0. Kailey Kleinert’s eight kills and four service aces boosted the Panthers to a 25-15, 26-24 road win. Lani Little had five blocks for Tuscola.

■ Unity 2, St. Joseph-Odgen 0. The visiting Rockets won 25-15 25-20 behind Lizzy Barnard’s double-double (10 kills, 20 digs). Also reaching double figures in digs for Unity were Madi Clark (20) and Becca Maxwell (18). Shelby Simmons had seven kills and 13 digs for the Spartans.

■ Heritage 2, Argenta-Oreana 0. Heritage pulled out a 25-20, 25-23 road win. Gillian Jones had six kills and three blocks for A-O.

■ Cerro Gordo 2, Central A&M 1. The visiting Broncos (8-1) pulled out a 25-20, 14-25, 25-23 victory behind Molly Lawler’s double-double (13 assists, 13 digs). Leah Henricks contributed seven kills and six blocks to the win.

■ GCMS 2, Iroquois West 0. Emily Elder and Tori Gaesser had five kills apiece for the Falcons in a 25-13, 25-11 home win.

■ Arthur-Lovington 2, Sullivan 1. The Lancers (9-0) rallied to a 16-25, 25-12, 25-16 home victory behind Emily Seegmiller’s seven kills and Brooke Tabb’s five service aces. Brittin Boyer of the Redskins had 18 kills.

■ Cissna Park 2, Bismarck-Henning 1. Hillary Hines racked up 16 kills, six service aces and six blocks to rally the Timberwolves to a 28-30, 27-25, 25-18 road win. Amanda Montgomery added seven kills and 11 digs for CP. Stephanie Bott totaled nine kills and seven blocks for the Blue Devils.

■ Judah Christian 2, Fisher 1. Kristina Lee’s 14 kills and Emily Gewirtz’s 13 digs propelled the Tribe to a 17-25, 25-13, 26-24 home victory. Kylie Beaumont had 23 assists for Judah.

■ Atwood-Hammond 2, Decatur Christian 0. The visiting Rajahs won 25-18, 25-10.

■ Tri-County 2, Marshall 0. The host Titans won 25-17, 25-19 behind Abby Smith’s 15 kills and Alex Hudson’s 20 assists.

In boys’ golf

■ At Danville.
Medalist Andy Bott (38) and two teammates finished among the top four scorers, leading Bismarck-Henning to a 27-stroke victory in a three-team meet at Harrison Park Golf Course. David Warren (39) and Noah Campbell (42) of B-H were joined in the top four by Westville’s Tyler Strako (42).

■ At Monticello. Co-medalist Mason Potts shot a 41 for Blue Ridge, which won a three-team meet at Monticello Golf Course by 5 strokes. David Vanderkloot (44) was the top scorer for runner-up Monticello.

■ At Tuscola. Seth Icenogle carded a 39 to tie for second place, lifting Tuscola to the title of a three-team meet at Ironhorse Golf Club. Eddie Durham (40) of the Warriors finished fourth. Hayden Kile (47) was the low scorer for third-place Shiloh.
 
■ At Grant Park. Peyton Steirs (45) captured medalist honors, 1 stroke ahead of teammate Clark Fink, to boost Iroquois West to a 189-211 victory against Grant Park at Minne Monesse Golf Club.  

■ At Gibson City. Brent Francis (43) of Fisher earned medalist honors, but Cissna Park swept the next four individual spots en route to a 189-197 win at Railside Golf Club. Jon Tarro (46) was low scorer for the Timberwolves.

■ At Hoopeston. Co-medalist Ryan McGill shot a 44 to lead Hoopeston Area to a 6-stroke victory in a three-team meet at Hubbard Trail Country Club. Tristyn Trosper of the Cornjerkers and Ben Leitz of Milford tied for third place with 48s.

In girls’ golf

■ At Savoy.
Katie Brown shot a 44 to lead Centennial to a 197-207 victory against Champaign Central at the University of Illinois Blue Course. Brown finished 1 stroke behind Ashley Miller of Mount Zion, which did not field a full team. Katie Sullivan (49) of the Chargers placed fourth, and KaylA Gould led the Maroons with a 50.

■ At Farmer City. Kylie Beck (49) and Liz Cordes (51) finished second and third, respectively, leading Blue Ridge to second place in a three-team meet at Woodlawn Country Club. Emily Allen (56) was the top scorer for third-place GCMS.

■ At Grant Park. Kaleigh Wilken (50) and Gwen Orr (53) placed second and third, respectively, to lift Iroquois West to a 214-222 win against Grant Park at Minne Monesse Golf Club.

In boys’ soccer

■ Monticello 6, Fisher/GCMS 0.
Clay Burgener scored twice and Luke Hanselman had one goal and two assists, leading the Sages to a road win. Sages goalkeeper Ryan Schaub recorded 12 saves in the shutout.

■ St. Joseph-Ogden 8, Georgetown Ridge-Farm 2. Colton Bowser and Noah McClaugherty each scored once and added two assists apiece, propelling the Spartans to a road victory.

■ Kankakee 8, Watseka 0. The injury-depleted Warriors were shut out on the road.

■ Blue Ridge 1, Bloomington Central Catholic 0. With goalkeeper Blayne Zeigler racking up 20 saves, Dylan Grammer’s first-half goal stood up for the Knights in a home shutout victory.

■ Urbana Uni High 5, St. Thomas More 1. Randall Hornbaker’s first-half goal broke a 1-1 tie and he contributed two assists in the second half to lead the Illineks to a home win.

In girls’ tennis

■ Watseka 7, Rantoul 2.
Abby Fischer and Anne Johnson won singles matches and combined for a victory at No. 1 doubles to lift the Warriors to a road win. Amy Jo Graham of Rantoul won at No. 2 singles.

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