MAHOMET – Amanda Greco scored two first-half goals to help visiting Champaign Central to a 2-1 victory against Mahomet-Seymour in girls soccer Tuesday. Ann Pataky made four saves for the Maroons.
Cat England-Sullivan scored for Mahomet-Seymour.
Monticello 1, Decatur Lutheran 1. Hannah Smith scored on an Alli Stoddard assist as host Monticello tied Decatur Lutheran.
Iroquois West 9, STM 1. Kelsey Pool gave up four hits, struck out seven and gave up no earned runs and Ashley Henson had two hits and two RBI for host Iroquois West against St. Thomas More.
BCC 2, Rantoul 1. Brittney Ackerman had a complete game and gave up four hits, but host Rantoul mustered only three hits against Corn Belt rival Bloomington Central Catholic.
Prairie Central 6, Eureka 2. In Fairbury, Molly Byrne pitched five innings, striking out 10, to win her fourth game. Shianne Busch had a double, a stolen base, a run and an RBI for the Hawks.
CPCI 15, PBL 5. Jeffrey Maurer pitched six innings and struck out 10 and Payton Focken had three hits, including a two-run home run, and four RBI for the host Timberwolves against Paxton-Buckley-Loda. Toby Wall added four hits, including two triples, for CPCI.
Donovan 13, Buckley Christ Lutheran 4. Cody Schmidt had two hits for the host Crusaders.
In boys' track:
At Watseka. Patrick Bechely won the long jump (18 feet, 4 1/2 inches) to help Watseka win the Watseka Pentangular meet. Other winners for the Warriors were Sam Tonner (200, 100) and Cameron Parker (800).
Fisher's Bruno Ferreira won the triple jump, and Trevor Unzicker won the 400.
St. Thomas More got first-place finishes from Danny Atchley (300 intermediate hurdles) and David Restad (1,600).
In girls' track:
At Watseka. Alicia Matthias won the high jump (4-6) and the 200 (27.77 seconds) to help Watseka win the Watseka Pentangular. Tracy Redman (shot put), Katie Cowan (long jump) and Patricia Edris (100 hurdles) also won for the Warriors.
Fisher's Tiffany Wallick won the discus and teammate Leigh Ann Kesler won the 800.
Cissna Park's Heidi McKean won the triple jump and Betsy Bauer won the 3,200.
St. Thomas More's Cara Feeney won the 1,600, Alexandra Bechtel won the 100 and Paige Tieman won the 400.