Tuesday's highlights: Central volleyball drops three-setter
■ Centennial 2, Danville 0. Kelly Braghini and JordYn Jones combined for 13 kills for the Chargers in a 25-12, 25-15 road win.
■ Armstrong-Potomac 2, Hoopeston Area 0. Rachel miles recorded eight kills and 12 digs to lead the Trojans to a 25-18 25-21 home victory.
■ Deer Creek-Mackinaw 2, Blue Ridge 0. Megan Tsevelekos had 12 digs for the Knights, who fell to 20-3 with a 25-15, 25-16 home loss.
■ Sangamon Valley 2, Arthur Okaw Christian 0. Abby Mast recorded 11 digs for Okaw Christian in a 25-20, 25-19 loss.
■ Cerro Gordo 2, Villa Grove 0. Lauren Winters and Mackenzie Wagoner combined for 11 service aces for the Broncos (12-1) in a 25-9, 25-7 home win.
■ Shelbyville 2, Sullivan 0. The host Redskins lost 25-20, 25-16 despite five kills and eight digs by Maggie Plank.
■ El Paso-Gridley 2, LeRoy 0. Tori Swanson recorded 15 digs for the Panthers in a 25-15, 25-13 home defeat.
■ St. Teresa 2, Argenta-Oreana 0. Alexa Jones had four kills and four digs for the Bombers in a 25-8, 25-9 loss at Decatur.
■ Salt Fork 2, Westville 0. The host Storm won 25-16, 25-7 behind Jenny Kimbro’s five kills, five service aces and five digs.
■ PBL 2, Momence 0. Kailey Kleinert’s 12 kills and Eve Bahler’s 16 assists boosted the Panthers to a 25-14, 25-14 home victory.
■ Unity 2, Monticello 0. Madi Clark had 15 digs and Bailey Reifsteck totaled 20 assists for the Rockets in a 25-11, 25-21 road win. Lizzie Rupkey had nine digs for the Sages.
■ Prairie Central 2, Pontiac 1. Laura Crane had 10 kills and four solo blocks for the Hawks in a 25-14, 23-25, 25-17 home victory. Maddie Bounds contributed 14 digs and five blocks (one solo) for PC.
■ Heritage 2, Martinsville 0. The Hawks pulled out a 27-25, 27-25 home victory behind Cedar Richardson’s nine kills and Jen Lannon’s nine digs.
■ Schlarman 2, Milford 0. The Hilltoppers improved to 4-0 in the Vermilion Valley Conference with a 25-8, 25-8 home win. Laura Gross and Janelle Marion combined for 15 kills for Schlarman.
■ Fisher 2, GCMS 0. The visiting Bunnies won 25-15, 25-21 despite Allyson Barnes’ 12 digs for the Falcons.
■ Arthur-Lovington 2, Tri-County 0. The Lancers battled to a 25-18, 22-25, 25-14 road win behind Karly Goodman’s nine kills and seven digs. Alex Hudson had 26 assists for T-C.
■ Bement 2, Okaw Valley 1. Abby Trott’s double-double (20 assists, 12 digs) rallied the Bulldogs to a 19-25, 25-17, 25-21 road victory. Maddie Mann and Taylor Wegrich each had 13 digs for Bement.
■ Kankakee Grace Baptist 2, Iroquois West 1. Grace Schroeder had seven digs and two blocks for the Raiders in a 22-25, 25-18, 25-23 home loss.
■ Chrisman 2, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 0. The host Cardinals won 25-9, 25-19 behind Bridget Mattingly’s three service aces and four digs.
■ Meridian 2, Tuscola 0. Karli Allen had six kills for the Warriors in a 25-23, 25-16 home setback.
■ Bismarck-Henning 2, Oakwood 0. Led by Lindsey Andrews’ 15 digs, five kills and three service aces, B-H prevailed 25-17, 25-20 on the road. Makayla Gayler and Brook Hicks combined for 17 digs for Oakwood.
■ Bloomington 2, Champaign Central 1. Emma Atkinson had 20 assists and Katie Sloniger added 11 digs for the Maroons in a 25-22, 22-25, 25-17 road loss.
■ Shiloh 2, Atwood-Hammond 0. Tori Stierwalt’s 13 digs and four kills lifted Shiloh to a 26-24, 25-20 road win.
■ Central A&M 2, Clinton 1. The visiting Maroons lost 25-21, 22-25, 25-12 despite 24 digs by Miranda Ennis and 22 digs by Mally Hickman.
In boys’ soccer
■ Monticello 4, Arthur-Lovington 1. Logan fletcher scored twice to lead the Sages to victory at the St. Teresa Invitational in Decatur. Joey tombs contributed a goal and an assist for Monticello. Goalkeeper tanner brewer racked up 13 saves for A-L.
■ Mahomet-Seymour 2, Mount Zion 2. The Bulldogs took a 2-0 halftime lead on goals by Robert Wolf and Aaron Penick but couldn’t hold off the Braves in a road tie.
■ Judah Christian 9, Decatur Christian 1. The Tribe (7-2-2) rolled to a home win behind Lewis Nisbet’s hat trick and two assists. Max Berry scored twice and added three assists.
■ Salt Fork/Westville 4, Oakwood 1. Kendl Gulick scored two goals, both unassisted, to lift the Storm to a home victory. Goalkeeper Aaron Marx made 15 saves for SF/W.
■ Urbana Uni High 6, Calvary Christian Academy 1. Panos Voulgaris broke a 1-1 tie early in the second half and the Illineks continued to add on in a victory against the visitors from Normal. Joshua Meling scored twice and had one assist for Uni. Voulgaris added two assists.
■ Danville 2, Centennial 0. The Vikings won on the road behind goalkeeper Cameron Griffin’s six saves and goals by Kenny Heckler and Gracson Torres. Oscar AlMARaz and Nate Block combined for 11 saves for the Chargers.
■ Champaign Central 8, Decatur MacArthur 0. The visiting Maroons built a commanding 7-0 first-half lead behind Jonathan Makiese’s hat trick. Ryan Chalifoux had two first-half goals and finished the match with three.
■ Fisher/GCMS 5, Mount Pulaski 0. David Ricks scored twice and Hunter Lowry contributed a goal and two assists for the Bunnies in a road victory.
■ St. Joseph-Ogden 4, Watseka 3. Colton Bowser broke a 3-3 tie in the second half with an unassisted goal to lift the Spartans to a home win. Austin Baker had a had trick for SJ-O. Hugo Solorzano scored twice for Watseka.
■ St. Thomas More 7, Clifton Central 2. Dennis Freeman racked up four goals for the Sabers in a road victory.
■ Blue Ridge 0, Cornerstone Christian Academy 0. Blayne Zeigler had six saves for the host Knights in a scoreless tie.
In girls’ tennis
■ Danville 8, Centennial 1. Rachael Lewis won at No. 1 singles and combined with Taylor Ellis to earn the victory at No. 1 doubles, leading the Vikings to a win at Atkins Tennis Center in Urbana.
In boys’ golf
■ At Savoy. Runner-up Mike Braverman (39) was Centennial’s top scorer in a 158-166 loss to Lincoln at the University of Illinois Orange Course.
■ At LeRoy. Justin Morgan of LeRoy shot a 40 to earn medalist honors, but the Panthers lost to Heyworth 179-193 at LeRoy Country Club.
■ At Arcola. Cole Drake shot a 39 to share medalist honors and lead Arcola to a 1-stroke victory in a three-team meet. Hayden Kile of third-place Shiloh also tied for the individual title.
■ At Urbana. Chris Tate won medalist honors by 7 strokes, shooting a 35 to lift St. Thomas More to a 163-193 victory against Watseka at Urbana Country Club. Tyler Vodacek of the Sabers placed second. Burl Gillespie (45) was the Warriors’ low scorer.
■ At Monticello. Medalist David Vanderkloot (39) and runner-up Zach Fisher (40) boosted Monticello to a 163-176 victory against Meridian at Monticello Golf Course.
■ At Mahomet. Mitchell Hockman, Adrian Wells and Michael Flavin shot 39s to share second place and lead Mahomet-Seymour to a 157-166 victory against Champaign Central at Lake of the Woods Golf Course. Medalist Riley Thompson of the Maroons matched par with a 36.
■ At Danville. Adam High shot a 43 to finish 1 stroke behind the medalist and lead Westville to a 10-stroke victory in a three-team meet at Harrison Park Golf Course. Austin Thompson of second-place Tri-County finished third with a 45.
■ At Clinton, Ind. John Porter of Chrisman shot a 1-over-par 37 for medalist honors, but Salt Fork edged the Cardinals 179-180 Geneva Hills Golf Course. Runner-up Cole Sanford led the Storm with a 40.
In girls’ golf
■ At Fairbury. Anne Crumbaugh (48) and Courtney Monier (49) placed second and third, respectively, leading LeRoy to victory in a three-team meet at Indian Creek Country Club. Megan Rafferty (56) was the low scorer for third-place Prairie Central.
■ At Urbana. Led by runner-up Drew Grimes (50) Watseka had three of the top five scorers and defeated St. Thomas More 221-233 at Urbana Country Club. Medalist Caroline Dodds shot a 48 for the Sabers.
■ At Mattoon. Kayla Gould (53) was low scorer for Champaign Central in a 199-223 loss to Mattoon at Meadowview Golf Course.
■ At Hoopeston. Four Chrisman runners placed among the top seven, helping the Cardinals finish six points ahead of Clifton Central for the Hoopeston Area Quad title. Wyatt Avenatti and Colton Wyatt of Chrisman finished second and third, respectively. Avenatti barely was edged out for the individual crown, finishing 0.38 second behind the winner.
In the girls’ meet, Hoopeston Area had three of the top seven finishers and outscored Chrisman 24-33 for the team title. Madie Brown, Hannah Bray and Karsen Root of the Cornjerkers placed 2-5-7. Megan McKee was the Cardinals’ top finisher and fourth overall.
■ At Clinton. Annemarie Michael and Berit Hudson-Rasmussen finished 1-2 to lead Urbana University High to the title of the Clinton Quad meet. Emma Henderson of Tuscola placed third.
The Illineks rolled to a 32-point victory in the boys’ race, with seven placers among the top nine. Eric Ponder of Tuscola was the individual champion, and Bryan Hwu of Uni finished second.
In girls’ swimming
■ At Champaign. The Chargers won eight of the 12 events, but the Maroons used superior depth to capture the team title, 111-69, at Unit 4 Pool. Sophie Herr of Central placed first in two individual events and swam on a winning relay. Sara Regan, Emma Garcia-Canga and Tithi Bera of the Chargers won two individual events apiece.