Wednesday's prep highlights: O'Brien, Taylor lead Sages

Wednesday's prep highlights: O'Brien, Taylor lead Sages

In boys' golf

At Savoy. Medalist DALY O'BRIEN (40) led Monticello to a 4-stroke victory against Champaign Central on the UI Orange. Teammate TYLER TAYLOR added a 41.

At Gibson City. Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley compiled a 182 total to defeat Iroquois West, LeRoy and Fisher at Railside. KYLE POOL of Iroquois West earned medalist honors with a 40.

At Urbana. JOSH KULAS' 2-under-par 34 led St. Thomas More (149) past Tri-Valley (181). AARON PINKERTON added a 37 at Stone Creek.

At Rantoul. Medalist BROCK PEAVLER's 37 helped Rantoul/PBL (163) defeat Schlarman (169) and Olympia (194). Schlarman was led by ANDREW KELLEY, who shot a 40.

At Sheldon. JUSTIN MOYER shot a 43 in Watseka's loss to Donovan and Momence.

At El Paso. ZACH NEWBERRY led Clinton past Lexington and Ridgeview with a 40 at El Paso Golf Club.

At Sullivan. Sullivan (179) defeated Meridian and Okaw Valley to improve to 15-4. Medalist PATRICK MILLER (40) led the Redskins.

In girls' golf

At Gibson City. GCMS' EMILY SPANGLER (39) outdueled LeRoy's MOLLY MARCUM (40) in the Falcons' victory. GCMS (175) topped LeRoy (189), Iroquois West (215) and Fisher (279).

At Sheldon. DREW GRIMES led Watseka with a 50 in a triangular meet against Grant Park and Kankakee.

At Charleston. MADISON WHITE's 45 led Centennial (197) past Charleston (207) at Charleston Country Club.

At Mahomet. CHARLOTTE GOSS was medalist with a 36 in Mahomet-Seymour's triangular victory.

In girls' tennis

At Champaign. SHOHAM BAND (No. 2 singles) and ELIZABETH KIM (No. 5 singles) posted wins in Central's 7-2 loss to Normal West.

In volleyball

At Downs. KAITLYN ZELHART had nine kills in Blue Ridge's 26-24, 25-23 victory against Tri-Valley.

In cross-country

At Pontiac. ALEX GOODLAD was victorious in 17 minutes, 22 seconds as Central defeated Pontiac. In the girls' race, HANNAH WRIGHT (20:21) led the Maroons' win.

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