Tuesday's prep highlights: STM volleyball victorious

Tuesday's prep highlights: STM volleyball victorious

In volleyball

St. Thomas More 2, Fisher 0. Tori McCoy’s nine kills led a balanced attack that carried the visiting Sabers to a 25-13, 25-10 win. courtney wax and Lexi Wallen contributed seven kills apiece for STM. Jessie Head racked up 11 blocks for Fisher.

Watseka 2, Beecher 0. The Warriors improved to 7-0 with a 25-14, 25-14 home victory behind Maddie Pfingsten’s 20 assists and Taylor Bauer’s 13 kills. Teammate Natalie Castonguay chipped in with 10 digs.

St. Joseph-Ogden 2, Warrensburg-Latham 0. The host Spartans won 25-20, 25-21 behind Karlie Baker’s 20 assists, Kylie Michael’s 10 kills and Rachel Mullen’s 11 digs.

Prairie Central 2, Flanagan 0. Ashley Van Weelden had five kills and two blocks to lead the host Hawks to a 25-19, 25-19 win.

LeRoy 2, Cornerstone Christian Academy 0. Kayle Beadles had eight kills and three service aces to lift the Panthers to a 25-10, 25-13 sweep at Bloomington. Briana Retter finished with 18 assists for LeRoy.

Cissna Park 2, Hoopeston Area 0. The host Timberwolves won 25-13, 25-21 behind Addy Stoller’s seven kills and Hillary Hines’ five blocks and two service aces. Anna Kaeb totaled 14 assists for CP.

Tuscola 2, Villa Grove 0. Morgan Little had 15 assists and three service aces for Tuscola in a 25-9, 25-14 home victory.

Arthur Okaw Christian 2, Calvary Christian Academy 0. Okaw Christian won 25-16, 25-15 behind Kayla Gingerich’s six kills and three digs.

PBL 2, GCMS 0. Sarah Watts and Kailey Kleinert had six kills apiece for the Panthers in a 25-22, 25-9 road win.

Heritage 2, Oakwood 1. Despite 10 kills and seven blocks from Peyton Jones, the host Comets lost 25-20, 17-25, 25-19.

Sullivan 2, Okaw Valley 0. Visiting Sullivan won 25-8, 25-19 behind Haylie Payton’s four service aces, four digs and six assists.

Mahomet-Seymour 2, Unity 1. Tori Veldman had 12 kills and Abby Cockerham recorded 16 digs to lead the Bulldogs to an 18-25, 25-15, 25-14 road win.

In football

Arthur-Lovington/Atwood-Hammond 59, Hoopeston Area 12. Tyler Schuring and Jordan Feagin led a prolific attack that carried the Knights to a road win in the completion of a weather-suspended game. Feagin returned a kick 82 yards for an opening touchdown and scored twice more. Schuring ran for two TDs and connected with Feagin on a 33-yard scoring strike. Schuring gained 92 yards on four carries and passed for 53 yards. Teammate Steven Wright rushed for 94 yards on four carries, including a 71-yard TD.

In boys’ golf

At Urbana. Medalist Christian Khachaturian and two teammates finished among the top seven scorers, leading Centennial to a 17-stroke victory in the Champaign County Championship at Urbana Country Club.

Khachaturian fired a 70 to win by 5 strokes over runner-up Chris Tate of St. Thomas More. Mike Braverman (76) of the Chargers placed third, and teammate Isaac Overman (84) finished in a two-way tie for sixth.

Logan Hannon (77) of Mahomet-Seymour finished fourth. Ben Carnahan (80) of Champaign Central placed fifth, and the Maroons’ PJ Garinger tied for sixth.

STM and Mahomet-Seymour shared second place in the seven-team field with 337 scores.

At Danville. Andy Bott fired a 36 and won medalist honors by 5 strokes, leading Bismarck-Henning to a 29-shot victory in a three-team meet at Harrison Park Golf Course. David Warren of B-H finished second. Tristyn Trosper’s 45 was low score for runner-up Hoopeston Area. KAmeron Wilken also shot a 45 for third-place Iroquois West.

At Casey. Clayton Miller shot a 34 for medalist honors to lead Arcola to a 38-stroke victory in a three-team meet. Cole Drake (36) and Chris Davis (41) gave the Purple Riders a sweep of the top three spots.

In girls’ golf

At Urbana. Caroline Dodds and Taylor During finished in a three-way tie for first place with 49s, leading St. Thomas More to a 208-227 victory against Kankakee Bishop McNamara at Stone Creek Golf Club.

At Mattoon. Kayla Gould shot a 51 to finish third and lead Champaign Central to second place in a three-team meet at Meadowview Golf Course. Baley Roley of third-place Centennial and Central teammates Cidnee Sheehan and Sarah
Halberstadt shot 52s to tie for fourth.

At Gibson City. Led by medalist Evelyn Brand, Monticello claimed the top three individual places and scored a 41-stroke victory against GCMS at Railside Golf Club. Brand carded a 40, followed by teammates Kendyl McFarland (43) and Madeline Diniz (54). Emily Allen led the Falcons with a 56.

In cross-country

At Fairbury. Nine PBL runners were among the top 12 finishers as the Panthers rolled to a 37-point victory in a three-team meet at James Woods Nature Preserve. Grant Iverson won in 17 minutes, 28 seconds, edging teammate Nick Porter by four-tenths of a second. Avery Walter of runner-up Prairie Central finished third in 17:35.7.

In the girls’ race, Prairie Central captured five of the top 10 spots to win a three-team meet by 14 points. Caitlyn Ifft of the Hawks placed second in 20:52.1. Audrey BloomQuist of third-place PBL finished fourth in 21:42.6.

At Danville. Annemarie Michael of Urbana University High won the Kickapoo Klassic by 30 seconds and St. Joseph-Ogden placed first in the six-team field. Michael finished in 19:23. Mercedes Elliott of Danville placed second. The Spartans had five runners among the top 15, led by third-place finisher Alyssa Pridemore (20:13).

At Monticello. Matt Norvell finished first in 15:38, leading Monticello to the title in a three-team boys’ meet at Lodge Park. The Sages also won the four-team girls’ meet behind first-place finisher Emily Foley (19:15).

In boys’ soccer

St. Thomas More 7, Clifton Central 0. Kyler Jones produced his second hat trick of the season and goalkeeper Brandon Taylor recorded his first career shutout, leading the Sabers to a win at Champaign in the second round of the Sangamon Valley Conference tournament. SoleimAn Allam scored STM’s first two goals.

Watseka 2, Iroquois West 0. Nick Morales and Hugo Solorzano scored for the host Warriors in a second-round win in the SVC tournament.

Centennial 9, MacArthur 0. Aidan Reilly and Nathaniel Hinds each scored two goals to lead the Chargers to a win at Decatur. Diamond Williams added a goal and two assists.

Fisher/GCMS 3, Oakwood 1. Hunter Lowry had a goal and an assist, and goalkeeper Will Brewer made four saves, leading Fisher/GCMS to a home victory.

Blue Ridge 6, Olympia 0. Dylan Grammer scored all but one of the Knights’ goals in a home win. Goalkeeper Blayne Zeigler recorded two saves in the shutout.

Unity 4, Warrensburg-Latham 1. Getch Eisenmenger scored twice in the second half to help the Rockets pull away to a road victory. Brishan McCowan contributed two assists for Unity.

Champaign Central 2, Urbana Uni High 1. Feli Keti’s unassisted goal broke a 1-1 tie and lifted the Maroons to a home win. Keti also assisted on Central’s first goal by Juan Garcia.

Salt Fork/Westville 3, Bismarck-Henning 2. Jason Gooch’s goal on an assist by Jordan Romo proved to be the winner for the host Storm. Goaltender Aaron Marx had 16 saves for Salt Fork/Westville.

Danville 10, Hoopeston Area 2. Gracson Torres had two goals and two assists to propel the Vikings to a home win.

Judah Christian 6, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 1. James Krehbiel scored twice for the Tribe in a home victory.

In girls’ tennis

Watseka 5, Rich South 0. Cheyenne Denoyer rallied from a first-set loss to pull out a victory at No. 1 singles for the Warriors in their win at Richton Park. Anne Johnson and Abby Fischer did not lose a game in rolling to a win at No. 1 doubles.

Urbana 5, Rantoul 4. Chloe Percival won her singles match and combined with Val Stafford for a doubles win, leading the host Tigers to a narrow victory. Arin Bishop and Amy Jo Graham each won in singles and teamed up for a doubles victory for Rantoul.

Centennial 8, St. Anthony 1. Lauren Neitzel won in straight sets at No. 1 singles and combined with Teresa Boerma to win at No. 1 doubles for the visiting Chargers.


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