CHAMPAIGN – Tyler Stefan allowed only two hits Tuesday as Centennial picked up another Big 12 win with a 12-0 triumph against rival Urbana.
Kaleb Wachala (three runs), Collin DeDecker and Neil Hamilton each drove in two runs for Centennial. Addie Aina (two runs), Kyle West and Josh Beamer each drove in one.
Rantoul 6, Central 1. Joey Horn had three hits, including a two-run home run, and three RBI as the Eagles won their eighth game in a row. Host Rantoul also got two hits from Joey Wood. Jeff Blankenship struck out seven in six innings to earn the win. Cam Strang had three hits and Ben Freeman added two hits for the Maroons (12-10-1).
Salt Fork 11, Watseka 10. Caleb Taylor had two hits and three RBI for the visiting Storm (14-1). Morgan Learnard got the win, pitching five innings.
M-S 7, A-P 0. Nick Jachino had two RBI and pitched six innings to get the win for visiting Mahomet-Seymour. Greg Snipes knocked three hits and drove in two for the Bulldogs. Jachino and Jon McComb combined to one-hit Armstrong-Potomac.
CPCI 16, Iroquois West 4. Landon Reutter hit a grand slam and had five RBI as the host Timberwolves scored all their runs in the second, third and fourth innings. Quinn Steffen pitched four innings and gave up five hits to earn the win. Payton Focken added two hits, including a two-run home run for CPCI. Matt Ulrichs hit a three-run home run for the Raiders.
Unity 4, Villa Grove 1. Tony Stierwalt threw a three-hitter and the Rockets won despite getting three hits.
Fisher 9, PBL 4. Travis Bayler gave up four hits in seven innings. Mitch Elkins had two RBI for Fisher against Paxton-Buckley-Loda.
Tri-Valley 14, LeRoy 6. Matt Schopp and Brent Alexander each had two hits for the host Panthers.
Argenta-Oreana 12, St. Teresa 2. Bryce Bowman gave up five hits in six innings to pick up his seventh win of the season for the host Bombers (14-5).
Maroa-Forsyth 5, Clinton 3. Shawn Evans had two hits and an RBI, but the Maroons lost despite outhitting the Trojans 9-6.
GCMS 7, Lexington 6. Caleb Cook had the winning hit in the bottom of the eighth to help host Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley. Cook finished with two hits and three RBI. Christian Rosenbeck added two hits and Nathan Young picked up the win for GCMS (8-12, 6-4 Heart of Illinois Conference).
East Central 12, Sangamon Valley 2. Jamison Lowe had two hits and two RBI, Brian Krukewitt had three RBI and Dylan Brown had two RBI and struck out seven in six innings for the visiting Panthers (19-3-1, 11-0 Little Okaw Valley Conference).
Centennial 11, Champaign Central 1. Aurea Shelton had two hits and three runs and Caroline Helton added two hits and three RBI for the visiting Chargers. Britney Weiser earned the win, going five innings and giving up three hits while walking none, as Centennial scored 10 runs in the first three innings.
GCMS 25, Lexington 1. Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley pitcher Terese Fairfield tossed a one-hitter, striking out nine, and GCMS scored 18 times in the first of a five-inning contest. Desiree Mouser had a single, double and triple. Allison Arends, Morgan Perkins and Kristen Hood each had two hits for the Falcons (8-8, 6-4).
Tuscola 12, Lovington 5. Kelsi Hoey won her 14th game of the year, striking out six in seven innings and adding three hits and three RBI for the Warriors. Kaela Kroenung had five hits and four runs for Tuscola.
Eureka 8, Rantoul 2. Maggy Pruitt had an RBI for the visiting Eagles.
Unity 2, Oakwood 0. Amanda Rice struck out 11 in a three-hitter for the host Rockets (14-10). Kasie Woodworth had two hits and an RBI.
Ridgeview 8, Blue Ridge 7. Heather Jamison knocked in Lindsay Bose after her leadoff triple in the seventh for the Mustangs, who rallied to tie the game with four runs in the sixth. Heather Zimmerman had a two-run home run and Morgan Trhlik struck out nine to earn the win.
Monticello 4, Meridian 0. Jordan Clark had two hits and an RBI and tossed a four-hitter to help the Sages shut down their Okaw Valley Conference foe. Ella White added two hits and two RBI for Monticello.
Momence 5, Iroquois West 1. Kelsey Pool struck out 10, but the visiting Raiders were one-hit.
In girls' soccer:
Urbana 11, St. Teresa 0. Erica Houk scored four goals and notched an assist for the host Tigers. Luna Pierson had three goals and an assist and Kate Russell scored twice and dished out three as-sists.
Thera Hubler and Breana Lamb also scored for Urbana (5-6-1).
Danville 6, Uni High 0. Brittany Ellis and Melissa Adams each scored a hat trick and dished out an assist for the host Vikings against Urbana University High. Janelle Hensold added an assist for Dan-ville.
U-High 7, M-S 1. Kelsey Donley scored a first-half goal thanks toan assist from Kara Breedlove, but Mahomet-Seymour (5-5-3) dropped the Corn Belt Conference match.
In boys' track and field:
At Champaign. Jayson Shine (100 hurdles, 300 hurdles) and Michael Neal (100, 200) were double winners as Centennial captured the Twin City Championship at Harold Jester Track. Also earning victories for the Chargers: Davin Dollison (triple jump), Brent Corum (shot put), Eric Simpson (3,200) and Jonathan Hinds (800).
Russell Wetzel won the 1,600 and Adam Acheson won the discus for second-place Champaign Central.
Mykhail Chambers won the high jump and long jump, Aaron Mathis took the pole vault and Kendall Arrington won the 400 for Urbana.
At Downs. Johntel Smith won the 110 hurdles and the 300 hurdles as Blue Ridge finished fourth in the McLean County Heart of Illinois Conference meet.
Mike Dodge took the triple jump for third-place Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley.
Dalton Ferguson won the discus for Ridgeview.