Normal West Invite. Paced by fourth-place finisher REIS DeSANTIS, Centennial finished third in the team standings. AARON MILLER was seventh and ALEC SHEDELBOWER was 12th for the Chargers.
In the girls' race, Centennial's REBECCA KAEFRING was third and JAKI VIPOND 10th.
A-L/A-H 41, St. Francis 0. TYLER SCHURING completed 8 of 10 passes for 132 yards and two touchdowns as Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond raced to a 35-0 first-quarter lead.
JORDAN FEAGIN caught a touchdown pass and returned a punt 70 yards for another score for the Knights, who got a 27-yard fumble return for a touchdown by ANDY WEBB.
Monticello 2, Judah Christian 0. LUKE HANSELMAN and ELLIS HOAG scored for the Sages (1-2), who got assists from BEN MENACHER and ZACH ARMSTRONG.
Centennial 1, Alton 1. Sophomore DIAMOND WILLIAMS scored his first goal of the season in the second half to draw the Chargers (1-0-1) even on the road. Centennial goalie Andy Drackley had five saves.
Uni High Shootout. The host Illineks went 3-0 to win their own tournament, defeating runner-up Blue Ridge 2-1 on goals by George Voulgaris and Tarik Koric. In an 8-1 win against Fisher, Paul Seeley scored three goals and Patrick Wong added two goals and two assists. Randall Hornbaker had a goal and an assist in a 3-0 win against Oakwood.
Jon Jones scored twice as Blue Ridge beat Fisher 3-2. Bryant Lagle scored twice in a 4-1 win against Oakwood.
Oakwood's Synan Nicholson and Fisher's Julia Bleich scored in a 1-1 draw.
Peoria Christian Invite. DAN SHIN and KYLE KOSTELL were named all-tournament as St. Thomas More finished 1-2. Shin had two goals and Kostell had two assists in the Sabers' win, 4-0 against Peoria Christian.
Mahomet-Seymour Invite. The host Bulldogs scored twice in the first half and held off Hoopeston Area/Bismarck-Henning 2-1. The Bulldogs lost to Washington 4-0.
Bradley-Bourbonnais tournament. DaMarion Hatfield scored for Danville in its 4-1 loss to Lincoln-Way Central in the third-place match. The Vikings (1-2-1) allowed a late goal in a 1-0 loss to Bradley-Bourbonnais in the semifinals.
Centennial Invite. Sparked by a second-place finish from AMY SHAW and NEHA PATEL at No. 2 doubles, Danville placed an area-best fifth at the 16-team event. At No. 1 doubles, Danville's Rachael and Rebecca Lewis finished third.
In singles, St. Thomas More's MADIE BAILLON was third at No. 1 to help the Sabers finish ninth.
Cissna Park tournament. All-tournament choices Kandace Hofer, Kayla Cowan and Kailey Kleinert helped Paxton-Buckley-Loda finish 5-0 and win the title. The Panthers wrapped it up by beating Cissna Park 25-15, 25-20 and Fisher 23-25, 25-18, 15-13.
The second-place Bunnies put Carli Clifton on the all-tourney team. They beat Cissna Park 27-26, 25-17. Amanda Montgomery, Gabbi Jennings and Hillary Hines were all-tourney for Cissna Park.
Playing in the second-place pool, Armstrong-Potomac tied Milford 26-24, 15-25 and lost to Momence 25-14, 25-20. Rachel Miles had 12 digs and eight kills on the day, Morgan Zindars had 12 assists and ERIKA SIEBERNS added six blocks.
Eureka Invite. TAYLOR LOVETT had 77 assists and ALAYNA JACKSON had 27 kills as Urbana went 2-2 and finished fifth. CATE HUMMEL had 53 digs, and CHELSEA SKINNER added 21 kills.
Blue Ridge Invite. Judah Christian finished third, going 2-2. KYLIE BEAUMONT had five aces and 13 assists in a win against Villa Grove. KRISTINA LEE had 19 kills on the day.
Urbana Uni High went 1-3 as EMMA HOYER had 20 kills and 10 blocks on the day.
Ridgeview Invite. Iroquois West finished 2-2 and in third place.