Saturday's prep highlights: Williams paces Tribe

Saturday's prep highlights: Williams paces Tribe

In soccer

Judah Christian 6, Normal Calvary 0. MALIK WILLIAMS had two goals and ZACH DAY added a goal and two assists for the Tribe.

St. Thomas More 0, Teutopolis 0. Keeper DANNY VETTER posted his sixth shutout for the Sabers (11-3-1).

Danville 4, Charleston 0. GRACSON TORRES, WESTON DePRATT, DeMARION HATFIELD and LANDON KENNEDY scored for the Vikings, who outshot Charleston 22-4.

Urbana 6, Mattoon 1. BRIAN LOPEZ had three goals as the Tigers cruised on the road. MIGUEL FIERRO added a goal and three assists.

Unity 0, St. Teresa 0. The Rockets won the penalty-kick shootout 4-3 to capture third place in the Okaw Valley Conference tournament. RYAN REITMEIER posted the shutout for Unity.

Centennial 1, Alton 1. LONNIE BARNES scored on a direct kick for the Chargers (7-4-4), who surrendered the tying goal with four minutes left.

At Chatham. Champaign Central (7-4-1) finished third in the Chatham Glenwood tournament after falling to Collinsville 2-1 and Glenwood 3-0. PRINCE NIMY scored the lone goal against Collinsville, which converted the decisive goal with 1:10 remaining.

Herscher 8, Hoopeston Area 0. The Cornjerkers fell behind 4-0 at the half in the home defeat.

In girls' cross-country

At Springfield. Centennial, led by 14th-place AUDREY WHITE, took ninth in the 19-team Springfield Invitational. White covered 3 miles in 19 minutes, 30 seconds. HANNAH CUTTELL (20:44), TAYLOR COATS (20:45) and REBECCA KAEFRING (20:48) placed 41st to 43rd, respectively.

At East Peoria. Urbana's NICOLE CHOQUETTE was third in the East Peoria Invitational. Choquette finished in 18:23, 42 seconds behind the winner. TESSA HANLON was 12th and RACHEL RODRIGUEZ 13th to lead Mahomet-Seymour. The Bulldogs took sixth among 14 teams. Champaign Central's HANNAH WRIGHT was 22nd.

In boys' cross-country

At Springfield. Centennial's BLAS GARCIA-CANGA (16:05) placed 17th among 163 runners in the Springfield Invitational. Teammate AARON MILLER (16:23) was 27th as Centennial took ninth in the 24-team field.

At East Peoria. Mahomet-Seymour captured the 17-team East Peoria Invitational behind top-10 showings from JONATHAN SCHAAP and LUCAS PRATHER. Schaap was fifth in 15:18, and Prather clocked in at 15:24 while finishing seventh. The Bulldogs' JOHN BUTCHER (15:37) was 13th. All seven M-S runners finished among the top 31.

In girls' tennis

At Champaign. NEHA PATEL and COURTNEY HART won the No. 3 doubles bracket to lead Danville to second place in the Centennial Doubles Invitational. Hart and Patel defeated a Mattoon duo in a third-set tiebreaker in the championship match. The Vikings had third-place finishes at No. 1 and No. 2. St. Thomas More's MADIE BAILLON and ALYSSA VODACEK were runners-up at No. 1, falling to a duo from team champ Naperville Central. Centennial's ALLISON HANSEN and ANNIE ROH were second at No. 2.

In volleyball

At Urbana. Urbana thumped Springfield Lanphier 25-16, 25-8 behind KIARA SHELBY's seven kills. JENNY SRIKANT added 10 assists and three aces for the Tigers, while CHRISTIE STARK chipped in four kills.

At Watseka. All-tourney team selections JESSICA ALLHANDS, KAT GRIMES and HAYLEY GRAY led Watseka to the title of its eight-team invitational. The Warriors (20-2) beat Kankakee Bishop McNamara 25-22, 25-27, 25-21 in the championship match. Allhands had 12 kills and Gray eight. Grimes collected 26 assists. Danville defeated Peotone 19-25, 25-18, 25-18 in the third-place match. The Vikings put MICHALEEN FORMAN (34 kills) and SHAWNEIS JONES (21) on the all-tourney team. ERIKA SIEBERNS of sixth-place Armstrong-Potomac and BETH WESTON of seventh-place Hoopeston Area also were recognized.

At Arcola. Tri-County defeated Casey-Westfield 25-20, 20-25, 15-9 in the championship match of the Arcola Invitational. All-tourney pick LIZZY BARNHART had 39 kills as Tri-County went 4-0 in the event.

In swimming & diving

At Urbana. Urbana Uni finished second in its six-team meet behind victories from MILLIE NELSON (100-yard free) and CLAIRE MICHAEL (100 breast).

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