Saturday's prep highlights: Centennial cruises
■ Centennial 62, Morton 12. Jimmy Fitzgerald was 12 of 17 for 238 yards and four touchdowns for the Chargers. The game was postponed in the first quarter Friday night tied at 6.
Centennial scored 49 points in the second and third quarters combined. Dominic Stampley had four catches for 160 yards and three touchdowns. Julian Hess had 44 receiving yards and a touchdown.
Fitzgerald rushed nine times for 114 yards and two touchdowns. Christian Panumpabi led the defense with 10 tackles. Kylan Dubose added seven tackles, four for loss. The defense forced seven fumble turnovers.
■ Milford/Cissna Park 56, Central A&M 13. Jacob Marquez was 12 of 16 for 318 yards and four touchdowns for visiting Milford/Cissna Park. Corwin Allen rushed for 106 yards and one touchdown on five attempts. Marquez rushed for 33 yards and one touchdown. Milford/Cissna Park scored the last 42 points.
■ Bismarck-Henning 34, Carmi-White County 12. Mo Abbed rushed for 128 yards and two touchdowns on 19 carries for B-H. Donnie Powell rushed 12 times for 153 yards. B-H forced five interceptions and a fumble.
■ At Cissna Park. Watseka emerged as champion of the Cissna Park Tip-Off. The Warriors defeated Paxton-Buckley-Loda 2-0 (25-7, 25-19) and Clifton Central 2-0 (25-15, 25-18) in the first-place bracket.
PBL finished second after defeating Clifton Central 2-0 (25-7, 25-11). The Comets placed third.
■ At Ridgeview. Iroquois West defeated Ridgeview 2-0 (26-24, 25-15) at the Ridgeview Tournament.
Iroquois West lost to Olympia 2-0 (11-25, 17-25). The Raiders won the third match 2-1 against Decatur Eisenhower (25-15, 23-25, 15-8).
In boys’ soccer
■ At Bradley. Central lost 1-1 to Bradley Bourbonnais on penalty kicks in the semifinal match of the Bradley Bourbonnais Tournament. Juan Garcia scored a goal for Central.
In the third-place match, Central defeated Normal West 2-0. Alex Zarco assisted on goals by Jonathan Makiese and Juan Garcia.
■ At Peoria. Dennis Freeman scored a second-half goal for St. Thomas More in a 2-1 loss to Peoria Christian at the Peoria Christian Classic.
STM defeated Chicago Christian 5-1 in the second match. Bruno Omanga scored two goals. Freeman added one goal and two assists.
STM went 1-2 during the weekend.
■ At Quincy. LaDue (Mo.) defeated Centennial 7-1 at the Midwest Soccer Classic. Joey Banks scored a goal on an assist by Sam Plummer. Nate Block had seven saves.
Centennial fell 3-1 to Helias (Mo.) in its second match. Plummer scored a goal on an assist by Anthony Martin.
Danville finished second after losing 1-0 in the championship match to Jacksonville.
■ At Charleston. In the first match, Monticello defeated Effingham 2-0. Clay Burgener and Ben Menacher each had goals.
In the second match, the Sages lost 2-1 to Centralia. Brent Buffenbarger scored one goal on an assist by Connor Sinclair. Richard Peake had four saves.
■ At Mahomet. Hoopeston Area lost 6-2 to Mahomet-Seymour at the Mahomet-Seymour Invitational. Chase Bouse scored both goals for the Cornjerkers.
Hoopeston Area defeated Mount Zion 2-1 in its second match, winning on penalty kicks.
The Bulldogs defeated Washington 3-1 in the championship match.
■ Bismarck-Henning 5, Judah Christian 2. Nino Miller and Blake Reifsteck had two goals apiece for visiting B-H. Michael Ibrahim and James Krehbiel each scored a goal for the Tribe.
■ At Uni. Blue Ridge won the Soccer Shootout Championship at the Sally Walker Invitational. The Knights were 2-0-1 (2.5 points). Uni High finished second (2) followed by Oakwood (1.5) and Fisher (0).
Blue Ridge defeated Uni High 2-1 in the first match. Dylan Grammer scored two goals for the Knights.
The Knights defeated Fisher 7-0 in their second match. Grammer scored four goals.
■ At Normal West. Rebecca Kaefring finished eighth for Centennial at the Normal West Invitational. Kaefring posted a time of 19 minutes, 46 seconds.
For the boys, the Chargers’ Alec Shedelbower finished 26th in 17:14.
In girls’ tennis
■ At Champaign. Centennial placed fourth at the Centennial Invitational. Lauren Neitzel placed fourth at No. 1 singles. Madison Scaggs finished third at No. 2 singles.