■ Watseka 2, Donovan 0. The Warriors made seriously quick work of their road match, knocking off Donovan 25-7, 25-7. Taylor Bauer had eight kills and six digs for Watseka, while Maddie Pfingsten led the Warriors with 15 assists and three aces.
■ At Concord. As Triopia fullback Matt Parker barreled across the goal line for a two-point conversion and a 22-8 lead with 5:59 left in regulation, things looked grim for the LeRoy Panthers.
As the sun beat down, the Panthers buckled down behind quarterback Bryce Dooley to mount an unlikely comeback that culminated in a 30-28 LeRoy road win.
■ Centennial 2, Peoria Central 0. Kelly Braghini had seven kills, and Alivia Dew and Devin Kyler each had five kills to lead the Chargers (13-5) past Peoria Central 25-13, 25-6.
TEAM (PREVIOUS) RECORD COMMENT
1. Champaign Central (1) 10-1-1 7-0 in shutouts
2. Urbana (9) 5-3-1 2-2 in shutouts
3. Danville (2) 8-4-1 4-2-1 in shutouts
4. Blue Ridge (3) 11-0-4 8-0-2 in shutouts
Coach Mike McDonnell’s team (4-0) took advantage of five turnovers and handed Central its first loss, 40-14, after holding the Maroons scoreless in the second half. Austin Maltbia rushed for 150 yards, and Mike Risinger passed for 122 yards, hitting six different receivers.
Alex Zarco, Central soccer
Why he was chosen: The senior forward scored four goals in the Maroons’ three wins last week, including two each in their 6-0 victory against
Peoria Richwoods and a 3-0 win against Peoria High.
In boys’ soccer
■ Urbana 4, Central 2. Dann Musasa scored three of the Tigers’ four goals. Ndumiso Madela also scored for Urbana. Alex Zarco scored both goals for the Maroons.
■ Hoopeston Area 3, Bismarck-Henning 1. Skyler Barnard, Bailey Crose and Chase Bouse all scored to lead the Cornjerkers. Drake Swinford had a goal for B-H.