Tuesday highlights: Chargers continue roll

Tuesday highlights: Chargers continue roll


– ABBY ARMSTRONG had 10 kills in Buckley Christ Lutheran's 25-22, 24-26, 25-20 victory against Urbana Uni High. JAMIE BLUE had 10 kills for the Illineks.

– Centennial improved to 15-1 with a 25-12, 25-15 victory against Mattoon. MORGAN LEACH had eight kills, KELLY WACHTEL added four and LINDSAY ROGAN added 11 assists.

– HANNAH WASCHER had four blocks in Rantoul's 25-14, 25-17 loss to Corn Belt rival Bloomington Central Catholic.

– Champaign Central defeated Decatur MacArthur 25-11, 25-20 behind 18 assists and two aces from AUDREY AEILTS.

– ABBIE MAGRINI had 12 digs in Mahomet-Seymour's 25-15, 25-16 loss to Normal U-High.

– McKENZIE WHITE had two blocks as Urbana fell to Normal Community 25-8, 25-19 in a Big 12 match.

– HALEY WITTS had 10 kills to lead Cerro Gordo past Shiloh 28-26, 21-25, 25-16.

– Clinton defeated Maroa-Forsyth behind 33 digs from SHANAE RITTER.

– KATIE RUTLEDGE's six aces fueled Heritage in a 25-10, 25-12 victory against Lovington.

– HANNAH MILLINGTON had seven kills in Argenta-Oreana's 25-23, 25-20 victory against Tuscola. The Warriors got seven kills from MACKENZIE SEIP.

– SERENA CALHOUN had nine kills as Schlarman rallied past Milford 19-25, 25-16, 25-15.

– CHELSEE McMAHAN collected six kills and nine assists in Sullivan's 21-25, 25-20, 25-16 loss to Warrensburg-Latham.

– Hoopeston Area got six kills from BETH WESTON in a 25-18, 25-19 victory against Armstrong-Potomac.

– CARA EDWARDS had five kills to lead Arcola past Okaw Valley 25-16, 26-24.

– JULIE WALSH had 11 kills and six digs in Monticello's 25-16, 16-25, 25-23 loss to Central A&M.

– KAITLYN ZELHART had nine kills and 10 digs to lead Blue Ridge to a 25-23, 25-14 victory against Deer Creek-Mackinaw. The Knights improved to 15-1.

– Arthur defeated Martinsville 25-16, 25-22 behind five kills and four blocks from JULIA COHAN.

– KEIRA RIGGLEMAN collected 11 digs in Villa Grove's 25-12, 25-11 loss to Tri-County.


– BETHANY SEXTON won 6-1, 6-0 at No. 4 singles and teamed with EMMA PECK for an 8-3 victory at No. 1 doubles to lead Danville past Centennial 6-3.


– LOGAN CRONK and CONNER YOUHAS had goals as host Oakwood beat Salt Fork/Westville 3-1.

– ANDY GARCIA and HECTOR REYES scored as Iroquois West (4-10-1) defeated Beecher 2-0.

– MICAH WALKER and JUAN PORTILLO each scored twice in Central's 6-0 victory against MacArthur. The Maroons are 6-1-1.

– CONNER BUILTA had three goals and J.J. MALONE added a pair to lead Blue Ridge (13-1-2) to a 6-0 victory against Mount Pulaski.

– CALEB TONKINSON scored both goals in Mahomet-Seymour's 3-2 defeat against Mount Zion.

– EZIQUIO FLORES' first career goal with 14 minutes to play sent Danville (7-4-1) past Centennial 3-2. LONNIE BARNES and BEN FLODSTROM scored for the Chargers (3-9-1).


– HANNAH NEWMAN won the 200-yard freestyle and swam on a pair of victorious relays to lead Champaign Central past Centennial 99-87.


– STEVEN LOWE of Judah Christian was medalist with a 42 in a three-team meet at LeRoy Country Club.

LeRoy, led by 43s from Stephen Lake and Jake Wohlwend, took team honors.

– PETER BLACK shot a 37 in Centennial's 165-166 loss to Lincoln at the Lincoln Elks.

– GARRETT COX earned medalist honors with an even-par 36 on the UI Orange Course as Mahomet-Seymour (148) defeated Central (185) and Olympia (190). SETH TROLIA and ADAM GUTH added 37s for the Bulldogs.

– KELSEY GALLIVAN set a school record with a 35 at Stone Creek to lead St. Thomas More to victory in a three-team meet. The Sabers' 164 total also was a school record.

– JANE CHOO shot a 46 in Central's 176-211 loss to Mattoon.

– Four Villa Grove golfers were among a five-way tie for medalist in the Blue Devils' victory against Windsor and Okaw Valley.

– KRISTIN MAXWELL shot a 40 in Blue Ridge's 168-169 loss to Tri-Valley.


– THERESA WELLE of host St. Thomas More set a course record in 20 minutes, 20 seconds in a four-team meet. Uni High, led by runner-up Sarah Vaughen (21:04), captured team honors.


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