Wednesday's prep highlights: Meyer, Tate sparkle

Wednesday's prep highlights: Meyer, Tate sparkle

In golf

At Danville. Medalist Luke Meyer shot a 3-over-par 39 at Turtle Run to lift Champaign Central past the Vikings.

At Savoy. Medalist Chris Tate shot a 35, leading St. Thomas More to victory against Tri-Valley at the UI Blue Course.

At Tuscola. Chrisman’s Austin Merritt carded a 36 to earn medalist honors at Ironhorse, but the Warriors won the dual match 166-192 behind Jackson McCrory’s 40 and 41s from David Manselle and Jarrett Wallace. In the girls’ match, Tuscola’s Annie Heinz shot a 47 to finish first.

At Rantoul. Cody Bauman shot a 40 to lead Rantoul/PBL to a 1-stroke victory against Olympia and a 20-stroke win against Schlarman at Brookhill Golf Course.

At Gibson City. Clark Fink (39) was medalist for first-place Iroquois West in a quadrangular at Railside that included Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley, LeRoy and Fisher. In the girls’ match, LeRoy’s Courtney Monier (45) led her team to a 2-stroke victory against Iroquois West, which received 48s from Lindsey Luehrsen and Savannah Mims.

At Marshall. Cole Sanford (42) led Salt Fork to a 177-186 victory at Marshall Golf Club.

At Charleston. Sam Mulligan led third-place Sullivan with a 48 at Charleston Country Club in a meet that included first-place Effingham (150) and Meridian (185).

At Lincoln. Medalist Emily Trolia (41) paced second-place Mahomet-Seymour in its triangular against Lincoln and Bloomington Central Catholic at Lincoln Elks.

In girls’ tennis

Central 6, Normal West 3. Clare Stanhope won 6-1, 3-6, 11-9 at No. 2 singles for host Champaign Central.

In volleyball

Springfield 2, Centennial 0. Kelly Braghini had six kills, but the Chargers suffered a 25-20, 25-15 road loss.

 

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