Thursday roundup: Centennial goes on goal spree

CHAMPAIGN – Garrett Sommer, Jacob Bushue, Ben Flodstrom, Jesus Sanchez, Brent Loth and Thair Al-Saqri scored two goals apiece for Centennial in a 12-0 boys' soccer win against Decatur Eisenhower on Thursday.

Goalkeeper Andy Drackley picked up his first shutout of the season for the Chargers, who improved to 3-4-0.

Oakwood 3, Hoopeston/Bismarck-Henning 2. Logan Cronk got host Oakwood on the board in regulation and Conner Youhas and Austin Haskins scored for the Comets in their shootout win, which was their first victory against Hoopeston in program history.

Winning goalkeeper Ben Schmit made seven saves. Hoopeston's Tyler Davis stopped eight shots. Oakwood improved to 3-4-1 on the season.

Danville 5, Bloomington 3. Blake Janesky scored a pair of goals and Clayton Cottle added a goal and an assist for the visiting Vikings.

Zach Downing and Austin Umbarger scored their first career goals for Danville.

Iroquois West 0, Unity, 0. Unity's Ryan Reitmeyer and host Iroquois West's Hector Reyes were perfect in net.

Monticello 8, Sullivan 0. Brett Winterbottom and Drew Schumacher each scored a pair of goals for the host Sages.

Jacob Hanselman, Dylan Lambert, Thomas Atkins and Nate Lawrence also scored for Monticello (5-2-1).

Watseka 7, St. Anne 2. Todd Lyznicki recorded a hat trick and Brede Parker and Senad Zejneli scored twice for host Watseka.

Schlarman 2, Salt Fork/Westville 0. Adam Pellegrini and Michael Bateman each scored for the visiting Hilltoppers.

Fisher 5, Olympia 2. Chase Kelley scored four times and Jordan Sizemore once for the Bunnies.

In boys' golf:

At Danville. Schlarman's Greyson Pasco (40) was medalist in the Hilltoppers' dual win against Westville at Danville Country Club. Teammate Alex Muehl carded a 41. Oakwood's Casey Fletcher, playing as an individual, also shot 41.

At Bloomington. Medalist Brandon Bronke carded a 41 for LeRoy in the Panthers' triangular win against Blue Ridge and Heyworth at Highland Park. Garrett Mosgrove carded a 43 for Blue Ridge.

At Oakland. Salt Fork's Mat Bowen earned medalist honors with a 34 in the Storm's win against Tri-County and Palestine. David Keenan (36), Ryan Anderson (38), Sawyer Howe (39) and Ryan McCord (39) also starred for Salt Fork.

Kalab Maxedon and Austin Booth each shot 41 to lead Tri-County.

In girls' golf:

At LeRoy. Medalist Molly Marcum (46) helped LeRoy win a dual against Olympia at LeRoy Country Club.

At Lincoln. Medalist Lizzy Dombroski of Centennial carded a 41 in the Chargers' dual win against Lincoln at Lincoln Elks Country Club.

Madison White carded a 44 and Michelle Lee a 45 for the Chargers.

In girls' swimming:

At Bloomington. Centennial's Audrey Rodawig (100-yard butterfly, 100 backstroke) was a double winner in the Chargers' loss to Bloomington.

Laurie Jefferson (50 freestyle) and Emily Weber (diving) were individual winners for Centennial.

In tennis:

At Watseka. The Warriors beat Urbana 3-2 behind doubles wins from Trisha Hasbargen-Mallory Gocken and Brittany Burd-Lauren Krumweide. Alex Foster was a singles winner for Watseka.

Urbana got a win from Katarina Marjanovic at No. 1 singles. Marjanovic and Allison Shapira won in doubles.

In boys' cross-country:

At Westville. Cerro Gordo's Matt Avenatti (18 minutes, 16 seconds) edged Bismarck-Henning's Kenneth Albin by two seconds in Cerro Gordo's dual at Forest Glen.

Guthrie Gardner (19:04), Byron Brink- ley (19:05), Kaeleb Grissom (19:05) and David Willming (19:05) also starred for the Broncos.

At Monticello. The Sages got a 1-2 finish from champion Steve Schroeder (16:57) and Alex Furcich (18:13) in their win against Central A&M, Arthur and Tuscola at Lodge Park.

In girls' cross-country:

At Westville. Hoopeston Area's Lauren Houmes (21:04) was the winner in the Cornjerkers' victory against Bismarck-Henning at Forest Glen.

At Monticello. Tuscola's Lisa Ponder (21:18) finished second individually in a meet featur- ing Central A&M and Monticello at Lodge Park.

Second-place Monticello got a fourth-place finish from Michelle Moyer (22:41).

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