■ LeRoy 20, Durand 0. Bryce Dooley and Lane Lindstrom combined for 199 yards rushing and three touchdowns to lead the Panthers to a road win.
Dooley gained 100 yards on 20 carries and scored on a 50-yard punt return.
Lindstrom ran for 99 yards in 14 attempts and scored twice in the first quarter on runs of 4 and 12 yards.
“Any time you go on the road for three hours and get a win, it’s a good day,” LeRoy coach B.J. Zeleznik said. “It was a muggy day, and we had lightning delays of 30 minutes and were able to stay focused and get the job done.”
■ Arcola 42, West Hancock 0. Wyatt Fishel scored four touchdowns and rushed for 77 yards in seven carries to lead the Purple Riders to a weather-shortened home victory. The sophomore reached the end zone on runs of 2, 8, 28 and 32 yards. Fisher also had five tackles, with three for loss.
Arcola’s Clayton Strader gained 70 yards on three carries and was 2-of-2 passing for 60 yards, including a 45-yard TD throw.
In boys’ soccer
■ St. Thomas More 3, Decatur St. Teresa 1. Dennis Freeman scored twice for the host Sabers, giving the junior seven goals in three matches this week. Freeman also contributed an assist.
■ Urbana 0, Urbana Uni High 0. Goalkeepers Jonathan ParrotT of host Urbana and Tristan Gurtler of the Illineks each had one save in a scoreless first half, and the second half was canceled due to lightning.
■ Judah Christian 7, Meridian 0. Max Berry’s hat trick and Michael Linsner’s two goals propelled the Tribe (11-2-2) to a home win. Sam Harris contributed a goal and three assists.
■ Hoopeston Area 9, Iroquois West 1. Brennan Crose scored three goals and assisted on another to lead the Cornjerkers (15-2) to a road win. Nathan Michael added two goals and two assists.
■ Bismarck-Henning 5, Clifton Central 2. Freshmen Blake Reifsteck and Colton Story each had two goals for the Blue Devils in a road victory. Reifsteck also assisted on three scores for B-H, which built a 3-0 halftime lead.
■ Cornerstone Christian Academy 4, Fisher/GCMS 0. The visiting Bunnies had three shots on goal.
■ At Chicago. Centennial went 5-0 to win the Chicago Latin Tournament, defeating the host school in three sets in the championship match. Lexi Hall and Miaya Peacock of the Chargers were selected to the all-tournament team.
■ Iroquois West 2, Hoopeston Area 0. The visiting Raiders won 25-16, 25-17 behind Taylor Cultra’s five kills and six blocks.
■ At Riverton. Miranda Ennis totaled 46 digs in three matches for Clinton, which went 2-1 at the Riverton tournament. The Maroons defeated Decatur Lutheran and Hillsboro but lost to Illini Central. Taylor Filkin had seven kills and four blocks against Hillsboro. Haley Ginger finished with 11 digs and four service aces against Decatur Lutheran.
In boys’ golf
■ At Normal. Centennial teammates Mike Braverman and Christian Khachaturian combined for a 68 to finish fourth in the Unit 5 Better Ball Invitational at Ironwood Golf Course. The Chargers placed ninth and Champaign Central was 10th in the 16-team meet. Riley Thompson and Zach Baumann combined for a 75 to lead the Maroons.
■ At Gibson City. Keegan Brooks of Rantoul carded a 77 to finish seventh in the Corn Belt Conference tournament at Railside Golf Club. Alex Duffy (78) of Prairie Central placed 10th, and Cody Bauman (79) of Rantoul was 11th. Drew Coyne and Adrian Wells each shot 80s to lead Mahomet-Seymour to fourth place in the eight-team field.
■ At Mahomet. Brendan Black of Judah Christian shot a 39 and earned medalist honors in a scorecard playoff, but the Tribe lost 165-183 to Bloomington Cornerstone Christian Academy in a rain-shortened match at Lake of the Woods Golf Course.
In girls’ golf
■ At Savoy. Monticello broke its previous record for an 18-hole team score by 16 strokes and placed fifth in the 16-team John Macek Memorial tournament at the University of Illinois Blue Course. Evelyn Brand shot a 4-over-par 76 and finished ninth to lead the Sages, who totaled 359 strokes. Three other area golfers finished in the top 35: Kendyl McFarland (89) of Monticello placed 27th, Mia Miller (90) of Champaign Central was 28th, and Mary Corkery (94) tied for 30th.
■ At Gibson City. Emily Trolia of Mahomet-Seymour shot an 85 to finish second in the Corn Belt Conference tournament at Railside Golf Club. Maddie Birckbichler (93) of the Bulldogs tied for ninth. Mahomet-Seymour shared third place in the eight-team field. Sienna Robertson (100) was the low scorer for sixth-place Prairie Central.
In girls’ swimming
■ At Danville. Claire Michael of Urbana University High won three varsity events (100 yards or longer) in an unscored pentathlon meet against Danville. Each entrant swam five events, including one individual medley.
Michael placed first in the 100-yard breaststroke, 100 freestyle and 200 individual medley.
Rachael Berner of the Vikings won the 100 individual medley and four 50-yard events.
■ At Peoria. Sara Regan of Centennial placed eighth in the 100 butterfly at the Richwoods Midwest Invitational. Two other Chargers finished ninth, Tithi Bera in the 100 breaststroke and Emma Garcia-Canga in the 50 freestyle.
In girls’ tennis
■ At Champaign. Clare Stanhope, Kelly Wright and Brenda Gonzalez won singles matches for Champaign Central in a dual meet against Bradley-Bourbonnais. B-B led 4-3 with two doubles matches in progress when heavy rain ended play. The Maroons led 6-3, 30-love at No. 1 doubles and were serving at 6-6, 30-love in No. 2 doubles.