Tuesday's highlights: Dahlke paces M-S volleyball

Tuesday's highlights: Dahlke paces M-S volleyball

In volleyball

Arthur-Lovington 2, Chrisman 0. KARLY GOODMAN had 12 kills and SHERELLE COLLER had 18 assists for the host Lancers in a 25-12, 26-24 win. BRETT BISHOP had eight kills and five blocks for the Cardinals.

CPCI 2, Hoopeston Area 0. Host CPCI defeated the Cornjerkers 25-15, 25-23 behind eight assists from MARIA WILKENING, five digs from GABBI JENNINGS and four kills from JESSICA FLINKMAN. HILLARY HINES led the way with three aces.

Windsor 2, Bement 0. The host Bulldogs dropped a 25-21, 25-22 decision despite getting 10 digs from TAYLOR WEGRICH and eight assists from ABBY TROTT.

Salt Fork 2, Judah Christian 1. TORIA PLOTNER recorded 12 digs and four kills for the host Storm in a 14-25, 25-19, 25-20 win. EMILY McFADDEN had five kills, 11 digs and three aces for Salt Fork, which got 22 assists from ALLIE TROSPER. KYLIE BEAUMONT had 28 assists, EMILY GEWIRTZ had 20 digs and KRISTINA LEE had nine kills for Judah Christian.

Paxton-Buckley-Loda 2, Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 0. KANDACE HOFER (eight kills, three digs) and KAYLA COWAN (12 assists) led the host Panthers to a 25-8, 25-17 win. PAYTON BAILLIE led the Falcons with 10 assists.

Rantoul 2, Monticello 0. CHAQUERA CROSS had 13 digs and TAYLOR WOOD contributed 12 assists for the host Eagles in a 25-22, 25-15 win.

Sullivan 2, Okaw Valley 0. TAYLOR WALLIS had 14 assists, four kills and four digs to power the Redskins. BRITTIN BOYER (seven kills, two blocks) and HAYLOE PAYTON (10 digs) also contributed.

St. Joseph-Ogden 2, Warrensburg-Latham 0. SIDNEY STONE's 18 assists led the visiting Spartans to a 25-23, 25-17 win.

Oakwood 2, Heritage 1. PEYTON JONES registered six kills and nine blocks in leading the visiting Comets to a 29-27, 12-25, 27-25 win. KAYLEE MORMAN had 17 assists, and MAKAYLA GAYLER contributed three aces, four kills and three digs.

Mahomet-Seymour 2, Unity 0. ELISE DAHLKE led the way with 12 kills, MASON MOORE had 13 assists and ABBY COCKERHAM added nine digs for the host Bulldogs in a 25-20, 27-25 win.

El Paso-Gridley 2, Clinton 1. MORGAN HICKMAN (nine assists, seven kills), HALEY GINGER (20 digs) and ALLY LAWSON led the host Maroons in a 25-22, 14-25, 25-17 loss.

At Schlarman Invitational

Watseka 2, Paris 0. The Warriors defeated Paris 25-19, 25-10, thanks to 12 assists, six digs and three aces from KAT GRIMES. TAYLOR BAUER had six kills.

Watseka 2, Schlarman 0. Bauer had eight kills and two blocks for the Warriors in the 25-18, 25-22 win against the host Hilltoppers. Grimes had 10 assists and KAITY JOHNSON added 11 digs.

Schlarman 2, Paris 0. JORDAN MARGANSKI had four kills, three aces and two blocks to lead the host Hilltoppers in a 25-16, 25-10 win.

St. Thomas More 3, Fisher 1. LEXI WALLEN had 20 kills, BROOKE PLOTNER had 18 digs and REGAN KELLY added seven kills for the host Sabers in a 25-19, 32-34, 25-16 win.

In boys' golf

At Danville. Co-medalist ANDY BOTT fired a 36 to lead host Bismarck-Henning to a win in a quad meet with runner-up Marshall, third-place Salt Fork and Westville at Harrison Park. Teammate DAVID WARREN fired a 41. Salt Fork's JACOB KATAVICH shot a 40.

In girls' golf

At Gibson City. Monticello beat Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley in a dual behind medalist EVELYN BRAND's 40, which tied the school record. GCMS' KATIE SPANGLER (48) was second.

At Decatur. Champaign Central's JANICE CHOO's 49 was good for second in a four-team meet in which the Maroons finished third to Mattoon and Centennial. The Chargers were led by KATELYNN MARTINEZ's 53.

At Urbana. St. Thomas More got a 48 from CAROLINE DODDS but dropped a dual to Bishop McNamara at Stone Creek.

In girls' tennis

At Rantoul. ARIN BISHOP won a No. 2 singles match and teamed with KAILEY GARREN to post a doubles win in leading Rantoul to a 7-2 win against Urbana.

In girls' cross-country

At Clinton. Led by winner HANNAH HOUSKA, Monticello won a four-team meet by sweeping the top five spots. MADISON TUTICH, AUDREY DUNCAN, MAGGIE UTGAARD and EMILY FOLEY were the next four finishers. SUE PONDER finished sixth for third-place Tuscola.

At Oakwood. ALYSSA PRIDEMORE was second, and ABBY GAWTHORP (sixth) and ABBY FISHER (seventh) also finished in the top 10 to lead St. Joseph-Ogden to a win in the nine-team meet at Kickapoo. THERESA WELLE, of fourth-place St. Thomas More, was the winner.

At Shelbyville. Sullivan claimed a 20-43 victory against Maroa-Forsyth behind champion Molly Yockey. HANNAH ROBINSON was third, and CADISEN NUZZO was fourth.

In boys' cross-country

At Clinton. ANDREW HANSELMAN, JESSE GALAWAY, MATT NORVELL and WILL MONTGOMERY swept the top four positions in leading Monticello to a win against runner-up Clinton, third-place Tuscola and Central A&M. The Maroons' NOAH McCLURG and Cristian Barillas finished fifth and sixth, respectively.

At Oakwood. St. Thomas More got top-10 finishes from SEAN KELLEY (fourth), BRENDAN REMINGTON (fifth) and SAM POWERS (seventh) en route to a win at the eight-team meet. Danville's JOHNNY LEVERENZ was the individual winner.

In soccer

Salt Fork/Westville 6, Danville First Baptist 0. ALEX BURKE (assist) and JORDAN ROMO each scored twice for host SF/W, which led 5-0 at halftime. BRODY KERRAN (two assists) and TANNER SMITH also scored for SF/W, which got 10 saves from AARON MARX. AUSTIN LAZZELL made 20 saves for First Baptist.

Urbana University 2, Champaign Central 1. RANDALL HORNBAKER scored on an assist from PAUL SEELEY and GEORGE VOULGARIS connected on a corner kick from TARIK KORIC to lead the host Illineks. DANIEL KADEMA scored for Central.

Blue Ridge 6, Olympia 0. The visiting Knights rolled behind a hat trick from JOHN JONES. IAN RIGGS added a goal and an assist while DYLAN GRAMMER collected two assists.

Judah Christian 3, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 0. JAMES KREHBIEL, DANIEL KURZ and GEORGE IBRAHIM each scored a goal for the visiting Tribe. JOSH ZUCKERMAN had two assists.

St. Thomas More 4, Clifton Central 0. DAN SHIN recorded a hat trick and ALEX SABOL also scored for the visiting Sabers, who rolled in the Sangamon Valley Conference tournament.

Watseka 1, Iroquois West 1. In another SVC tournament match, the host Warriors got a goal from ANKIT PATEL to overcome a first-half own goal to break even with Iroquois West.

Warrensburg-Latham 7, Unity 0. The host Rockets were held scoreless and trailed 4-0 at halftime.

Fisher/GCMS 1, Oakwood 1. JULIA BLEICH scored off an assist from HUNTER LOWRY and goalkeeper DARREN ECKERTY stopped 11 shots for visiting Fisher/GCMS.