Tuesday's prep highlights: Khachaturian lifts Chargers

Tuesday's prep highlights: Khachaturian lifts Chargers

In boys’ golf

■ At Champaign. Centennial shot 319 as a team — paced by Christian Khachaturian’s 77 — to win the Champaign County Invitational at Lincolnshire Fields Country Club. Urbana Uni High’s Varun Chopra earned medalist honors with a 76.

■ At Danville. Bismarck-Henning improved to 3-0 after beating Hoopeston Area and Iroquois West at Harrison Park Golf Course. David Warren shot a 35 and earned medalist honors for the Blue Devils, who shot 172.

■ At Danville. Westville’s Tyler Strako shot a 3-over-par 38 for medalist honors to lead the Tigers to a win in a three-team match at Wolf Creek Golf Club. Marshall finished second, and Salt Fork was third behind a 49 from Trenton Hall.

■ At Dwight. Watseka’s fifth score, a 51 from Cody Carley, proved to be the difference for the Warriors in a 2-stroke win against Dwight at Dwight Country Club. Watseka’s Nathan Schroeder tied for medalist with a 46.

In girls’ golf

■ At Monticello. Kendyl McFarland shot a 40 to earn medalist honors and lead Monticello past Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley in a dual match.

In volleyball

■ Cissna Park 2, Hoopeston Area 0. Five kills and four aces from Addison Stoller helped Cissna Park sweep Hoopeston Area 25-15, 25-19 on the road. Ashley Morgan was strong at the net for the Cornjerkers in the loss with six blocks and five kills.

■ Iroquois West 2, St. Anne 1. Grace Schroeder did a little bit of everything for Iroquois West with eight kills, two blocks and two digs, as the Raiders beat St. Anne 27-25, 20-25, 25-17 at home.

■ Central A&M 2, Argenta-Oreana 0. The Bombers dropped to 1-2 after getting swept by former Okaw Valley Conference rival Central A&M. Gillian Jones and Mariah Hart had two kills apiece to lead Argenta-Oreana.

■ PBL 2, GCMS 0. Eight kills apiece from Sarah Watts and Kellyn Maynard helped Paxton-Buckley-Loda sweep Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 25-14, 25-21. Eve Bahler kept the Panthers’ attack rolling with 13 assists.

■ Watseka 2, Beecher 0. Taylor Bauer and the Warriors kept up their strong start to the season with a 25-16, 25-19 road win. Bauer led Watseka with 12 kills, while Maddie Pfingsten had 22 assists in the win.

■ Mattoon 2, Rantoul 0. Katie Fauser led Rantoul with five digs and five assists, but the Eagles fell 25-8, 25-12 to the Green Wave.

■ Oakwood 2, Heritage 0. Peyton Jones had nine kills, seven blocks and four aces to lead Oakwood to a 25-16, 25-9 road sweep. Jenna Davis had six blocks for Heritage.

■ Windsor 2, Bement 1. A triple-double from Tyler Wegrich (13 kills, 13 digs and 10 blocks) wasn’t enough for Bement in a loss to Windsor. The Blue Devils won 23-25, 25-18, 25-13.

■ Salt Fork 2, Judah Christian 1. Salt Fork won its second consecutive match to start the season thanks to a phenomenal performance by Jenna Weller. The Storm’s setter had 31 assists in the 25-19, 22-25, 25-13 win.  Britton Seaman chipped in 14 kills and six blocks for Salt Fork.

■ St. Thomas More 2, Fisher 0. The Sabers swept Fisher 25-15, 25-20 behind eight kills from Lexi Wallen and four aces from Mica Allison.

■ Tuscola 2, Villa Grove 0. Morgan Little had seven of Tuscola’s 14 aces in the Warriors’ 25-18, 25-6 victory. Brooke Little added a team-high pair of kills.

■ Sullivan 2, Okaw Valley 1. Abby Elzy and Sara Griffin had 12 assists apiece and Emily Neuhauser led the way with seven kills as the Redskins won 25-14, 15-25, 25-20.

■ LeRoy 2, Bloomington Cornerstone Christian Academy 0. Hallie Sammer kept LeRoy’s offense moving with 13 assists, Payton Risinger chipped in 10 digs and the Panthers won 25-21, 25-6.

■ Chrisman 2,  A-L/A-H 1. Hannah Eddy had 12 kills and five blocks, Kodey Bush chipped in 15 assists and two kills in the Cardinals’ 19-25, 25-22, 25-15 win. Emily Seegmiller led the Knights with 10 kills.

■ Buckley Christ Lutheran 2, Arthur Okaw Christian 0. The Crusaders won 25-15, 25-22 despite seven assists and four kills from AOC’s Abby Mast.

■ Casey-Westfield 2, Tri-County 1. Ana Brown paced Tri-County with 10 assists and eight digs, but Casey-Westfield won 25-19, 15-25, 26-24.

■ Monticello 2, Meridian 1. Nine assists and seven kills from Hannah Smith led the Sages to a 25-20, 16-25, 25-20 victory. Anna Auten paced Monticello’s defense with 11 digs.

■ St. Joseph-Ogden 2, Warrensburg-Latham 0. The Spartans got eight digs and six kills from Kylie Michael and 21 assists from Karlie Baker in their 25-18, 25-19 sweep.

In boys’ soccer

■ Urbana 8, Rantoul 0. Dann Musasa and Patrick McQueen scored two goals apiece and four other Urbana players scored in the Tigers’ big home win.

■ Danville 7, Hoopeston Area 0. Luis Rubio scored two goals, Caleb Griffin added one and assisted on two more, and Danville improved to 4-1-0 with the road win.

■ Judah Christian 9, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 1. The Tribe didn’t have any trouble scoring away from home and got a pair of goals each from Tyler Alt and John Krehbiel in the win.

■ Central 4, Urbana Uni High 0. Central’s Alex Zarco scored the Maroons’ first goal and then assisted on the next three in the road win.

■ Blue Ridge 5, Olympia 0. Dylan Grammer kept up his hot start to the season with two more goals and an assist in the Knights’ big road win, while goalkeeper Blayne Zeigler got his fourth shutout of the season.

■ Oakwood 2, Fisher/GCMS 1. Mitchell Day scored the game-winning goal in the second half, and Oakwood improved to 5-1-1 with the home win. Caleb Pulley scored Fisher’s lone goal.

■ Peoria Notre Dame 4, Centennial 1.  The Chargers’ Arad Moore tied the match at 1 in the first half, but Notre Dame scored three unanswered  goals after halftime for the win.

■ Illinois Lutheran 6, Watseka 1. The Warriors kept it close for a half but fell behind late in the loss.

■ Warrensburg-Latham 7, Unity 0. The Rockets struggled at home as five different players scored for Warrensburg-Latham.

In cross-country

■ At Sullivan. Shelbyville swept the boys’ and girls’ races at Tabor Park, but Sullivan/Okaw Valley managed a second-place team finish in both races. Argenta-Oreana’s Sawyer Sprague was the top area boys’ finisher in second at 17:00. Sullivan freshman Laine Cameron was fourth in the girls’ race with a time of 22:40.

■ At Fairbury. Paxton-Buckley-Loda had eight runners finish in the top 10 in a four-team boys’ meet and scored 23 points as a team for the win. The Panthers’ Nick Porter placed first overall with a time of 16:18.07.

PBL’s Audrey Bloomquist was the top area finisher in the girls’ race, in third with a time of 20:44.07. Prairie Central had runners finish fourth through 11th and was led by Caitlyn Ifft.

■ At Clinton. Monticello swept the boys’ and girls’ races at Little Galilee in rural Clinton thanks to a strong pack in each race. The Sages’ boys had seven runners in the top 10, led by Matt Norvell in second with a 16:27, which was just three seconds behind the overall winner, Eric Ponder of Tuscola.

The Monticello girls finished 1-2-3, with Maddie Tutich leading the way at 21:31.

■ At Oakwood. Urbana Uni High’s Arielle Summitt finished first overall with a 19:26, but the St. Joseph-Ogden girls won the Kickapoo Klassic with four runners in the top 10 and a team score of 36. Unity won the boys’ race after scoring a 26, but everyone was chasing overall winner Caleb Hummer of Danville.

In girls’ swimming & diving

■ At Champaign. Urbana just edged Centennial 93-85 and had its dominance in the individual freestyle events to thank. Alison Slaughter won the 100- and  200-yard freestyles for the Tigers. Centennial’s Emma Garcia-Canga won the 50-yard freestyle and 100-yard backstroke.

In girls’ tennis

■ At Rantoul. Urbana swept the Eagles and didn’t lose a set in singles play in the process. Liane Groth won 6-0, 6-0 at No. 6 singles for the Tigers against Kalyn Francis.

■ At Champaign. Central beat Big 12 rivals Bloomington 7-2, with Kelly Wright, Maddy Chalifoux and Brenda Gonzalez all winning in straight sets in singles for the Maroons.

■ At Champaign. Centennial swept through singles and doubles play for a 9-0 win against Effingham St. Anthony while getting a spotless 6-0, 6-0 victory at No. 2 singles from Madison Scaggs.


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