Thursday's prep highlights: M-S volleyball sweeps

Thursday's prep highlights: M-S volleyball sweeps

In volleyball

■ Mahomet-Seymour 2, Pontiac 0. Sirena Woo and Madi Woo combined for 21 digs for the Bulldogs in a 25-19, 25-11 road victory. Sophie Christianson of M-S finished with four blocks.

■ Judah Christian 2, DeLand-Weldon 0. Emily Gewirtz racked up 25 digs and Kylie Beaumont had 18 assists for the Tribe in a 25-22, 25-23 home win.

■ St. Joseph-Ogden 2, Cissna Park 0. Shelby Simmons’ 16 kills and Olivia Owens’ 14 digs helped the Spartans fend off the visiting Timberwolves 26-24, 25-23. Hillary Hines and Addison Stoller combined for 13 kills and seven blocks for Cissna Park.

■ Schlarman 2, Hoopeston Area 0. Janelle Marion and Laura Gross combined for 17 kills for the Hilltoppers in a 25-7, 25-5 road victory. Jordan Marganski contributed 14 assists and five service aces for Schlarman.

■ Fisher 2, Urbana Uni High 0. The visiting Bunnies won 25-13, 25-16. Natalie Dullerud had 14 digs for the Illineks.

■ Arthur Okaw Christian 2, Bloomington Cornerstone Christian Academy 0. Holli Bayes and Hanna Erwin had three kills apiece for Arthur Okaw Christian in a 25-11, 25-16 home win.

■ Salt Fork 2, Armstrong-Potomac 1. Salt Fork rallied for a 23-25, 25-23, 25-18 home victory behind Allie Trosper’s 19 assists and Emilie McFadden’s eight kills and three service aces. Morgan Zindars (33 assists, 19 digs) and Rachel Miles (18 kills, 22 digs) produced double-doubles for A-P.

■ Bement 2, Atwood-Hammond 1. Abby Trott’s double-double (28 assists, 13 digs) lifted the Bulldogs to a 23-25, 25-23, 25-9 home win. Taylor Wegrich contributed 14 kills and nine digs to the victory.

■ Cerro Gordo 2, Shiloh 0. The Broncos improved to 10-1 with a 25-18, 25-10 home victory behind Stephanie Shook’s nine digs and Mackenzie Wagoner’s seven kills.

■ Arthur-Lovington 2, Martinsville 1. Emily Seegmiller’s nine kills and Sherelle Coller’s 28 assists propelled the Lancers (10-0) to a 25-17, 24-26, 25-23 home win.

■ Prairie Central 2, Rantoul 0. Hannah Cargo racked up 10 blocks and Samantha Nigh had 14 digs for the Eagles in a 25-23, 25-15 home loss.

■ Chrisman 2, Westville 0. Shelby Warner had four kills and Bridget Mattingly totaled five digs for the Cardinals in a 25-16, 25-19 road victory. Ariel Prater and Mariah Rolinitis combined for 18 digs for the Tigers.

■ Argenta-Oreana 2, Sullivan 1. The Bombers pulled out a 28-26, 24-26, 25-19 home win behind Gillian Jones’ 10 blocks and seven kills. Alexa Jones added seven kills and eight digs for A-O. Emily Neuhauser had a double-double (10 digs, 15 assists) for the Redskins.

■ Maroa-Forsyth 2, Clinton 0. Mally Hickman had 10 digs and six assists for the Maroons in a 25-15, 25-9 home loss.

■ Decatur St. Teresa 2, Unity 0. The host Rockets fell 25-14, 25-20 despite Hannah Stone’s 11 digs and Lizzy Barnard’s nine kills.

■ Shelbyville 2, Tuscola 1. Anna Watson had nine digs for the Warriors in a 25-12, 19-25, 25-18 home defeat.

■ Tri-County 2, Villa Grove 0. Abby Smith’s five kills and five service aces boosted the Titans to a 25-8, 25-5 road victory.

■ Monticello 2, Warrensburg-Latham 1. The Sages battled to a 25-21, 15-25, 25-22 road win behind Lizzie Rupkey’s 20 digs and Rowan Crozier’s six blocks.

In boys’ soccer

■ Champaign Central 5, Bloomington 0. The Maroons scored all of their goals in the first half in a road win. Feli Keti had two goals and an assist for Central. Gavin Schrader was in goal for the shutout.

■ Judah Christian 7, St. Joseph-Ogden 0. The Tribe scored three times in the first nine minutes and rolled to a road win. Max Berry and Lewis Nisbet each produced hat tricks for Judah.

■ Hoopeston Area 2, Salt Fork/Westville 1. After a scoreless first half, Brennan Crose scored twice and the Cornjerkers (11-1) held on for a home win. Jordan Romo accounted for the Storm’s goal.

■ Oakwood 2, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 1. Cole Burris’ second-half goal lifted the Comets to a road victory. Liam White assisted on both Oakwood goals. Goalkeeper Deven McGowan racked up nine saves for the Buffaloes.

■ Mattoon 2, Mahomet-Seymour 1. Robert Wolf scored in the first half for the Bulldogs in a road defeat.

■ Urbana Uni High 3, Decatur Christian 0. Panos Voulgaris had a goal and an assist for the Illineks in a road win. Randall Hornbaker contributed two assists and Tristan Gurtler recorded two saves in goal for Uni.

In boys’ golf

■ At Mahomet. Mahomet-Seymour’s Mitchell Hockman shot a 2-under-par 34, but Centennial edged the Bulldogs 160-162 at Lake of the Woods Golf Course. Mike Braverman and Isaac Overman each carded 38s for the Chargers.

■ At Urbana. Co-medalists Tyler Vodacek and Chris Tate shot 2-over 38s to propel St. Thomas More to an 18-stroke victory in a three-team meet at Urbana Golf and Country Club. Clark Fink and Kameron Wilken of runner-up Iroquois West each carded 40s to share third place with STM’s Jesse Dankle.

■ At Rantoul. Medalist Caleb Gossett (42) and runner-up Cody Bauman (44) led Rantoul/PBL to a 177-187 victory against Judah Christian at Brookhill Golf Course. Tyler Erhard of the Tribe shot a 45 to share third place with the Eagles’ Keegan Brooks.

■ At Danville. Andy Bott carded a 38 to finish 2 shots ahead of teammate Noah Campbell for medalist honors and lead Bismarck-Henning (15-1) to a 167-206 win against Schlarman at Danville Country Club. Sarah Daily paced the Hilltoppers with a 49.

■ At Farmer City. Mason Potts (38) was the low scorer for Blue Ridge in a 149-161 loss to El Paso-Gridley at Woodlawn Country Club. Potts finished third.

■ At Tuscola. Medalist Seth Icenogle and teammate Logan Grace each carded 44s to lead Tuscola to a 180-205 victory against Chrisman at Ironhorse Golf Club. Austin Merritt paced the Cardinals with a 46.

■ At Casey. Hayden Kile (49) was low scorer for Shiloh in a 187-225 loss to Casey-Westfield.

■ At Hoopeston. Medalist Tristyn Trosper (42) and runner-up Ryan McGill (44) lifted Hoopeston Area to a 193-202 win against Salt Fork. The Storm’s Courtney LaFoe (46) placed third.

In girls’ golf

■ At Urbana. Kaleigh Wilken shot a 48 to edge St. Thomas More’s Taylor During by 1 shot for medalist honors and lead Iroquois West to a 209-238 victory at Urbana Golf and Country Club.

■ At Bloomington. Led by medalist Evelyn Brand’s 35, Monticello had three of the top four scorers in a 160-184 victory against Tri-Valley at The Links at Ireland Grove.

■ At Farmer City. Runner-up Kylie Beck shot a 56 for Blue Ridge in a 225-244 loss to El Paso-Gridley at Woodlawn Country Club.

In cross-country

■ At Decatur. Johnny Leverenz and Caleb Hummer of Danville finished 1-2, and Champaign Central won the team title in the nine-school MacArthur Invitational by 11 points over the runner-up Vikings. Leverenz was timed in 15 minutes, 17 seconds — four seconds ahead of Hummer. Central had five runners in the top 18, including fifth-place Corey White (16:13). Alec Shedelbower (16:34) of fifth-place Centennial was seventh.

In the girls’ race, Hannah Wright finished second in 18:55, leading Champaign Central to third place in the eight-team field. Other area top-10 finishers included Centennial’s Rebecca Kaefring (fourth in 19:42) and Danville’s Mercedes Elliott (seventh in 20:02).

■ At rural Oakwood. Led by winner Emily Foley (20:01), Monticello had five of the top seven finishers in a 21-34 victory against St. Joseph-Ogden at Kickapoo State Park. Alyssa Pridemore of the Spartans was second in 20:04.

In the boys’ race, SJ-O runners finished 2-3-4-6 and edged the Sages 25-30. Matthew Norvell (16:46) of Monticello finished first, 12 seconds in front of Braydon Crozier of the Spartans.

In girls’ tennis

■ Champaign Central 7, Bloomington 2. Kelly Wright won at No. 2 singles and combined with Brenda Gonzales to pull out a 6-3, 0-6, 10-6 victory at No. 1 doubles for the Maroons in a road triumph.

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