Thursday's highlights: Blackman powers Urbana soccer

Thursday's highlights: Blackman powers Urbana soccer

Boys' soccer

– ADAM BLACKMAN scored two goals and had an assist, leading Urbana to a 3-0 victory against visiting Charleston. JULIAN THRELKELD recorded three saves for the Tigers (5-1), who won their third in a row. MIGUEL FIERRO also scored for Urbana.

– LUIS CANO and BEN FLODSTROM scored two goals apiece for Centennial in a 7-0 victory at Decatur Eisenhower. LONNIE BARNES had a goal and two assists. ANDREW DRACKLEY made four saves in his third shutout of the season.

– A hat trick by PATRICK WONG boosted Urbana University High to a 6-1 road victory against Decatur Christian. Wong also had two assists. CONRAD SCHLOER had two goals and an assist for the Illineks.

– CALEB TONKINSON had both of Mahomet-Seymour's goals in a 5-2 loss to visiting Normal University High.

– KRAIG VAN WIERINGEN and BRANDON CLAPP scored for Hoopeston Area in a 2-0 victory against visiting Oakwood.

– PATRICK MANNON's hat trick propelled Unity to a 3-1 victory against Iroquois West at Tolono. RYAN REITMEYER had seven saves for the Rockets.

– Monticello defeated host Sullivan/Lovington 4-0 behind NATE LAWRENCE's goal and two assists. DREW SCHUMACHER added a goal and an assist for the Sages. JOSH SCHUMACHER had two saves in the win.

– JORDAN SIZEMORE scored four goals, leading Fisher/GCMS to a 5-1 victory against visiting Olympia.

– A hat trick and an assist by ADAM PELLEGRINI lifted Schlarman to a 5-3 victory against Salt Fork at Danville. STEPHEN SCHLECHT scored twice for the Hilltoppers. COLTON PARR had two goals, both unassisted, and an assist for the Storm.

Volleyball

– MORGAN LEACH and KELLY WACHTEL had five kills apiece for Centennial in a 25-21, 25-7 road victory against Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin. LINDSAY ROGAN contributed four kills and 10 assists for the Chargers.

– SAMANTHA STOLLER's seven kills and six blocks led CPCI to a 25-19, 25-18 victory against Judah Christian at Champaign.

– BAYLEE O'DONNELL had five kills and ABBIE MAGRINI totaled 11 digs for Mahomet-Seymour in a 25-21, 25-19 loss to visiting Eureka.

– BRIELLE JONES and MIKAYLA JONES each had nine kills, leading DeLand-Weldon to a 25-9, 25-12 home victory against Buckley Christ Lutheran. ALEXIS DICK contributed three service aces to the win. ANDREA DeBELLA had 16 digs for Christ Lutheran.

– Blue Ridge improved to 8-0 with a 20-25, 25-22, 25-17 road victory against Tremont behind KAITLYN ZELHART's 20 kills, eight digs and three blocks. JACQUELYN O'NEAL added eight digs and four service aces for the Knights.

– ASHLEY GLAHN had eight digs and AMANDA McCOLLOM five kills for Villa Grove in a 25-17, 25-20 loss to visiting Okaw Valley.

– TAYLOR POGGENDORF and TAYLOR PIATT combined for 25 digs for Westville in a 25-17, 25-16 loss to visiting Hoopeston Area.

– ALEXA JONES had three kills and three blocks in Argenta-Oreana's 25-15, 25-21 loss to visiting Decatur Lutheran.

– HANNAH DAVIS had six kills and Karly Goodman finished with seven digs and two service aces for Arthur in a 26-24, 25-21 loss to visiting Arcola.

– Despite six blocks, eight digs and three kills by JENNI ROMACK, Bement lost to visiting Heritage 25-19, 26-24. KAYLA WILMAS had nine digs and two service aces for the Bulldogs.

– OLIVIA DOWNS racked up 26 digs for Fisher in a 25-22, 25-23 loss to host El Paso-Gridley. TAYLOR JEAN had 15 assists for the Bunnies.

– Salt Fork improved to 6-1 with a 25-7, 25-8 victory against host Georgetown-Ridge Farm. HEATHER BAKER had nine kills, three blocks and two service aces for the Storm. MEGAN McCORD added six service aces, 11 digs and five kills in the win.

– STEPHANIE HOWELL had 4.5 blocks for LeRoy in a 25-15, 25-18 loss to Tri-Valley at Downs. MARY KLINE contributed 12 digs for the Panthers.

– PBL improved to 4-2 with a 25-18, 25-10 road victory against Iroquois West. ALLISON PERKINSON had six kills and two blocks for the Panthers. HALEY PENCE finished with three blocks for IW.

– Tri-County defeated visiting Cerro Gordo 26-24, 23-25, 25-20 behind Amber Meyer's 35 assists and 14 digs. KATHLEEN WHITE had 12 kills in the win. LEAH HENRICKS had six kills and four blocks for Cerro Gordo.

– CHELSEA WEARY had 12 digs for Armstrong-Potomac in a 25-18, 25-22 loss to host Milford.

– Despite MAKENZIE BAKER's 14 kills and seven digs, Oakwood lost 21-25, 25-13, 25-10 to visiting Chrisman. KAYLEE MORMAN had 36 assists for the Comets.

– Watseka defeated host Momence 25-23, 25-15 behind KATHERINE GRIMES' 12 digs and JESSICA ALLHANDS' 10 kills.

– Clinton fell to visiting Mount Pulaski 25-23, 25-17 despite 15 digs by SHANAE RITTER. MORGAN HICKMAN added four blocks and six digs for the Maroons.

Girls' swimming

– AUDREY RODAWIG won two individual events and swam on two first-place relays for Centennial in a 104-82 victory against visiting Bloomington. Rodawig captured the 100-yard butterfly and 100 backstroke, and contributed to wins in the 200 medley and 200 freestyle relays. LAURIE JEFFERSON also finished first in two individual events, diving and 50 freestyle.

Girls' tennis

– ALLISON HANSEN won at No. 1 singles and combined with SANJANA ANIL for a victory at No. 2 doubles, leading Centennial to a 7-2 triumph against Champaign Central at Morrissey Park in Champaign. SAMANTHA EMERY contributed to both of Central's team points, with tiebreaker wins at No. 3 singles and at No. 1 double with NELLI GOLMEEVA.

– Danville did not drop a set in singles while rolling to a 9-0 victory against visiting Rantoul. RACHAEL LEWIS won at No. 1 singles, while EMMA PECK and BETHANY SEXTON combined for a 6-0, 6-1 victory at No. 1 doubles.

– MIRANDA FACER and JENNIFER HART each contributed singles and doubles wins to Urbana's 6-3 victory against visiting Watseka. LAUREN WATTS earned the win at No. 1 singles for Watseka.

– MADDIE BAILLON and MARA FALLON won at No. 1 doubles for St. Thomas More in a 6-3 loss to visiting Mattoon. JIWON YOON and STEPHANIE AGUAS each earned singles tiebreaker wins for the Sabers' other team points.

Boys' cross-country

– Monticello swept the top five places for a perfect team score of 15 in a dual meet against visiting Tuscola. ALEX FURCICH won in 17 minutes, 41 seconds – 48 seconds in front of runner-up ALEX ROMINE.

– MATT AVENATTI (16:59) edged runner-up JESSE HAHNE of Schlarman by two seconds, leading Chrisman/Georgetown-Ridge Farm to the title of a three-team meet at Forest Glen. Chrisman/G-RF scored 22 points to outdistance Bismarck-Henning (34).

Girls' cross-country

– LISA PONDER (20:50) and SUSAN PONDER (21:54) finished 1-2 for Tuscola in an unscored dual meet at Monticello. HANNAH REMMERT (21:57) was the Sages' top finisher, in third.

Boys' golf

– SETH TROLIA (36) edge teammate GRANT DUKEMAN by 2 shots for medalist honors, leading Mahomet-Seymour to a 24-stroke victory in a three-team meet at Indian Creek Golf and Country Club in Fairbury. KYLER HOFFMAN (41) was the top scorer for second-place Prairie Central.

– MYLES ROOSEVELT shot a team-best 43 for third-place Champaign Central in a three-team meet at the Ironhorse Golf Course in Tuscola. Tuscola won by a 9-shot margin over Effingham St. Anthony.

– JORDAN KING of Schlarman shot a 41 for medalist honors, but Westville defeated the Hilltoppers 205-214 in a dual match at Danville Country Club. BRYCE COX and JACOB BARNARD each carded 49s to lead Westville.

– BRANDON BRONKE shot a 6-over 42 to take medalist honors and led LeRoy to a 6-stroke victory in a three-team meet at LeRoy Country Club. CURTIS GHENT led runner-up Blue Ridge with a 47.

Girls' golf

– JACKIE DUFFY of Prairie Central shot a 48 to share medalist honors in a three-team meet at the Pontiac Elks Golf Course. The Hawks finished second, 2 strokes behind Fieldcrest.

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