In swimming & diving
■ At Champaign. Going into the final race, Central held a 10-point lead against Urbana Uni High for team honors in the Twin City Swimming and Diving Championships.
In an effort to catch the Maroons, Uni split its swimmers for the 4x400-yard relay into two teams, and those two teams managed to finish first and second.
MAHOMET — Despite suffering a back injury in the regional quarterfinals, Mahomet-Seymour’s Sara Rice qualified for state in singles and will be her school’s first representative at state.
MONTICELLO BOYS’ SOCCER
The Sages (16-7-1) secured a regional threepeat by handing Warrensburg-Latham a 4-1 loss in the Class 1A regional finals. In the past seven years, Monticello has captured five regional crowns in the sport.
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NORMAL — They called it a Podium Sweep.
Mahomet-Seymour entered seven runners in Saturday’s 44th annual Corn Belt Conference meet, and each one placed among the top 10 to earn all-conference recognition and help the school win its second consecutive league team title.
In boys’ golf
■ At Normal. Centennial shot a 629 to finish fourth at the IHSA Class 2A state championship. The Chargers were led by Mike Braverman and Christian Khachaturian who both shot 154 over two rounds, good enough for a tie for 14th individually. Isaac Overman shot a 157 for 25th individually.
In boys’ soccer
■ Bismarck-Henning 4, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 0. Blake Reifsteck scored two goals, and Josh Toler and Drake Swinford each had one as the Blue Devils won a regional semifinal match at Schlarman. The Blue Devils (13-5-1) advanced to the finals at 11 a.m. Saturday.
In boys’ golf
■ At Normal. Six area individuals qualified for the Class 1A state golf meet as the rain-delayed Illinois State University Sectional concluded Tuesday at the Weibring Golf Course.
Coach Heidi Crane’s team (14-2) extended its winning streak to 13 matches, all in two-set sweeps. Emily Christian had 52 assists, and Sierra Bell had 39 assists during a 4-0 week. Laura Gross totaled 41 kills.
CHAMPAIGN — The Centennial boys’ golf team secured one of 12 berths in the Class 2A state tournament, advancing by 2 shots.
“We have played well all season, and it’s nice to reach our goal,” Centennial coach Mike Wallner said. “They have all played a lot of tournament golf, so I think they all handled the pressure well.”