Schlarman 2, Danville 0. The Hilltoppers improved to 12-1 with a 25-10, 27-25 road win. Laura Gross had nine blocks, seven kills, seven digs and four service aces for Schlarman.
In boys’ soccer
At Decatur. Dan Shin scored four goals, breaking St. Thomas More’s single-season record, as the Sabers rolled to a 7-2 victory against St. Teresa. Shin raised his season total to 32 goals, eclipsing the previous record of 30 set by John Tabb in 2010. The junior racked up 10 goals in three matches this week.
Best of Thursday's area preps:
In boys' soccer
Urbana 2, Centennial 0. Jonathan Lukusa scored a goal in each half to lead the visiting Tigers to a shutout victory. Both of Lukusa's scores were unassisted. Goalkeeper Oscar Almaraz recorded seven saves for Centennial.
WESTVILLE — Chase Henry grew up around Westville High School's football program.
Older brothers Kyle and Cory played for the Tigers. Chase would hang around the field at every possible opportunity.
"I wanted to follow their footsteps," Chase said.
Urbana 2, Lanphier 1. Jessica Mack's 10 kills and 12 digs lifted the Tigers to a 20-25, 25-18, 25-18 road win. Taylor Lovett had 26 assists for Urbana.
Champaign Central 2, Eisenhower 0. Lexi Schweighart’s seven kills lifted the Maroons to a 25-4, 25-13 win at Decatur.
Centennial 2, MacArthur 0. Allie Shannon and Lauren Cloyd combined for nine kills for the Chargers in a 25-7, 25-8 road win.
In boys' soccer
St. Thomas More 1, SJ-O 0. Wiley Jones and Sangwon Park each converted penalty kicks, giving give the Sabers the victory in the Sangamon Valley Conference championship match.
STM keeper Danny Vetter posted his 11th shutout of the season. The Sabers (12-2) have outscored area opponents 49-1 this season.
Centennial 2, Danville 0. The host Chargers picked up a 25-12, 25-10 victory behind eight kills from ALLIE SHANNON, five kills from LAUREN CLOYD and nine assists from PAULINA NOTTINGHAM.
Urbana 2, Springfield Southeast 0. Chelsea Skinner and Alayna Jackson each had five kills for the Tigers in a 25-22, 25-22 road win. Jessica Mack contributed seven digs for Urbana (6-8).