Drackley racks up Chargers shutout

Drackley racks up Chargers shutout

CHAMPAIGN – Goalkeeper Andy Drackley made 10 saves and Centennial broke open a tight game with three second-half goals en route to a 4-0 boys' soccer victory against Champaign Central on Monday.

Jacob Bushue gave the Chargers (8-8-1) a 1-0 halftime lead before Garrett Sommer, Thair Al-Saqri and Andy Dudley scored in the second half.

Monticello 3, St. Teresa 2. Yannik Spiller scored a pair of second-half goals as the host Sages (11-3-2) rallied. Dylan Lambert also scored.

Schlarman 2, Oakwood 0. Zane Dillon and Adam Pelligrini scored in the first half for the host Hilltoppers (14-3-1).

Iroquois West 6, St. Anne 0. Giovanni Vergara had three goals to lead the visiting Raiders (3-10-3).

Watseka 4, Kankakee Trinity 3. Todd Lyznicki scored four goals, all in the first half, for the Warriors (8-4-2).

Blue Ridge 9, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 2. Kevin Price had four goals and three assists to lead the visiting Knights (16-3-2).

In girls' tennis:

Danville 9, Watseka 0. The Vikings improved to 6-0 in duals, led by Melissa Guesting's dramatic win at No. 1 singles. Fuesting survived three match points to win a third-set tiebreaker 11-9.

Centennial 6, MacArthur 3. Allison Hansen, Maria Mears and Sanjana Anil led a sweep of the top three singles spots for the Chargers.

In girls' golf:

At Atlanta. Charlotte Goss and Danielle Ellis each shot 46 to lead Mahomet-Seymour past Olympia and Lincoln at North Greens Golf Course.

At Farmer City. Blue Ridge's Amber Tsevelekos and Iroquois West's Carrie Clark each carded a 48 as the Knights won the dual at Woodlawn Country Club.

In boys' golf:

At Farmer City. Austin Maxwell's 45 led Blue Ridge past Iroquois West at Woodlawn. The Raiders' Kyle Pool (43) was medalist.

In volleyball:

At Danville. Schlarman improved to 16-1 with a 25-17, 25-14 victory against Danville. Sarah Barrett paced the Hilltoppers with six kills and 13 digs. April Cahill added five kills and six blocks. Ashley LeLoup led Danville with six kills.

At Farmer City. Morgan Buerkett had five aces and Jenna Einck chipped in five kills in St. Thomas More's 25-14, 25-14 victory against Blue Ridge. The Knights got four kills from Danielle Thompson.

At Rantoul. Kara Johnson had seven kills and Melanie Moore collected 18 assists and two aces to spark Centennial in a 25-17, 25-11 win against Rantoul. LaKimya Wade had four kills for the Eagles.

At Marshall. Chrisman dumped Marshall 25-22, 19-25, 25-17 behind five kills and five blocks from Brooke Wolfe. Shelby Ross had 16 assists and Jocelyn Kindred added seven kills for the Cardinals (16-3).

At Paxton. Kayla Riggins had six kills in Paxton-Buckley-Loda's 25-15, 25-27, 25-18 loss to Fisher.

At West Lebanon (Ind.). Courtney Reinken had 18 kills and Bailey Bryant added 12 blocks as Bismarck-Henning beat Seeger 22-25, 25-22, 25-23, 21-25, 15-13.

At Mattoon. Bria Olson had seven blocks and Morgan Jones added six kills but St. Joseph-Ogden fell to Mattoon 25-20, 19-25, 25-22.

At Watseka. Watseka routed St. Anne behind 13 kills from Jessica Allhands. Katie Cowan added 10 for the 21-4 Warriors.

At Gilman. Nikki Fatka had four kills in Iroquois West's 25-14, 25-8 loss to Tri-Valley.

Little Okaw tournament. Stefanie Gaitros had 11 kills to lead Cerro Gordo to a 25-10, 25-13 victory against Martinsville. The Broncos beat Lovington 25-12, 25-10 behind nine Gaitros kills. Haley Witts added five aces.

Amanda Phelps had seven kills in Arthur's 25-16, 25-13 victory against Arcola. Katie Davis collected eight kills in the Lancers' 25-17, 25-10 win against Bement.

Rachael Bishop had seven digs in Villa Grove's 25-16, 25-18 loss to Okaw Valley. Jordan Sweat had three kills as the Blue Devils fell to Shiloh 25-12, 25-17.

Sadie Baird had 17 kills as Tri-County won a pair, beating Heritage 25-21, 25-16 and Atwood-Hammond 27-25, 25-12.


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