■ Centennial 2, Urbana 0. Ashia Ravanh had three kills, Raevyn Russell had two kills and Maddie Sanders had four digs for the Tigers in their 25-13, 25-11 loss to the Chargers. Claire Cowser had seven digs for Centennial.
■ Rantoul 2, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 1. Kaylee Spegal had 25 assists and four aces as the Eagles overcame a one-set deficit to edge the visiting Buffaloes 16-25, 25-14, 25-20. Elena Shields had 15 digs and Bree Davis had 13 kills for Rantoul.
Will Danville football go unbeaten? How is Ema Rajic's junior swimming season faring at Urbana Uni High? Who is the top volleyball team in The News-Gazette's coverage area? What about soccer? Will Champaign Central or Centennial football end a two-game losing streak on Friday night at Tommy Stewart Field? Preps coordinator Anthony Zilis is taking your questions at 12:30 p.m.
Name, School Rds Avg.
Chopra, University High 8 34.6
C. Miller, Arcola 6 35.6
Ellis, Sullivan 8 36.8
L. Richardson, Tri-County 8 37.3
■ St. Joseph-Ogden 41, Monmouth-Roseville 0. After a long bus ride, the Spartans’ offense sputtered early, and a blocked punt put St. Joseph-Ogden’s defense in a difficult situation. But the defense held the shutout early, and the offense picked up, thanks in part to a strong performance from the offensive line, coach Shawn Skinner said.
HOOPESTON — Adam Cheek scored three goals and J.T. Habel added two, leading Blue Ridge to a 5-0 boys’ soccer victory against Monticello on Friday at the Cornjerker Classic.
Dane Houser recorded four saves in the victory.
■ Champaign Central 2, Peoria 0. Hope Hopkins led the way with nine assists and Rylee Hinton had four kills, leading the Maroons past Peoria 25-5, 25-12 at Champaign.
■ Mahomet-Seymour 2, Pontiac 0. Grace Beach smashed 10 kills and Brooke Waldman came up with two blocks, helping the Bulldogs sweep Pontiac 25-15, 25-21 in a match played at Pontiac.
Why he was chosen: The junior returned three interceptions and a kickoff for touchdowns, sparking the Warriors to a 69-8 victory at Villa Grove/Heritage in Week 2 and improving Tuscola’s record to 2-0 before Friday night’s game at Clinton.