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Saturday's prep highlights: Central, Danville runners shine

In cross-country

■ At Peoria. Led by COREY WHITE (27th place) and ASHTON HYATT (29th), Champaign Central was 10th among 52 teams. Danville was 16th behind JOHNNY LEVERENZ (third) and CALEB HUMMER (seventh).

Friday's prep highlights: Cornjerkers win tourney opener

HOOPESTON — Elijah Yates scored two goals, leading Hoopeston Area to a 5-0 victory against Watseka on Friday at the Hoopeston Area Soccer Cornjerker Classic.

Thursday's prep highlights: Centennial rallies for volleyball win

In volleyball

■ Centennial 2, Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin 1. The Chargers rallied to pull out a 23-25, 25-16, 25-21 home win behind Miaya Peacock’s 10 kills and Jaime Johnson’s 16 assists.

■ Urbana 2, Monticello 1. The Tigers rallied for a 22-25, 25-23, 25-23 home win. Alyssa Rook piled up 21 digs for the Sages, and teammate Rowan Crozier had eight kills.

Wednesday's prep highlights: B-H earns soccer win

In soccer

B-H 4, Salt Fork/Westville 2. Blake Reifsteck had two goals and an assist for Bismarck-Henning at Winter Park in Danville.

In boys’ golf

Sages could win it all! (podcast)

That's the word from prep sports coordinator Fred Kroner, who talked up Monticello's girls' cross-country team during this week's 30-minute podcast (listen to it here). He also heaped praise on Fisher football, STM volleyball and Central soccer.

Tuesday's prep highlights: Urbana soccer ties Danville

In boys’ soccer

Mattoon 2, Monticello 1. Luke Hanselman scored on a pass from Joey Tombs, but the Sages lost on the road. Ryan Schaub had nine saves for Monticello.

Kroner: Bulldogs among area's best golf teams

No. 1
Centennial

Kroner: Sabers among top boys' golf teams

No. 1
Centennial

Chart toppers: Top area boys' golf teams

No. 1
Centennial

Athletes of the Week: Khachaturian, Pearl

Christian Khachaturian
Centennial, golf
Junior

Recently: Shot a 70 at Urbana Country Club to win the Champaign County tournament.

In his own words: “I had a real fond memories of that place since my last tournament there was the Twin City when I made my Sunday move and shot 73.  Just being back there, I felt comfortable. I knew I could play well there.”