Girls Golf

Girls Golf

Saturday's prep highlights: Knights, Broncos to meet in NW final

In football 

Red Hill 56, Blue Ridge 6. The Knights (1-5) threw for a touchdown in the first quarter but didn’t score again after a failed two-point conversion on the drive, giving way to 40 unanswered points for Red Hill.

In volleyball 

Thursday's prep highlights: Matthews' double-double leads M-S

In volleyball

Armstrong-Potomac 2, Chrisman 0. A-P stayed unbeaten in Vermilion Valley Conference action with a 25-20, 25-11 sweep. Sarah Porter finished with 12 kills and 12 digs for the Trojans (12-7, 8-0).

Wednesday's prep highlights: Watseka sweeps Iroquois County Tournament

In boys' soccer

Iroquois West Invitational

Iroquois West 4, Watseka 0. Jimmy Andrade and Diego Camarena both scored two goals to lead the Raiders (12-4) to a shutout victory. Warrior goalkeeper Andrew Heuring had eight saves.


Champaign Central's McCoys gain momentum, win titles

SAVOY — Mike Osterbur couldn't have been more impressed with the McCoy siblings.

And the Champaign Central boys' golf coach found a unique way to express it after Justin and Mackenzie McCoy won their respective Big 12 Tournament titles Monday at the U of I Orange Course.

HS Golf: 2018 Big 12 Conference Tournament

Area golfers compete in the Big 12 Conference Tournament at the University of Illinois Golf Course Monday, Sept. 24, 2018, in Savoy.

Area golf leaders: Sept. 24, 2018


Name, School Rnds Ave.

Name, School    Rnds    Ave.

C. Ellis, Sullivan    18    35.7

Pinter, Westville    12    36.5

Richardson, Tri-County    12    37.4

Saturday's prep highlights: Danville volleyball wins Watseka title

In volleyball

Watseka Invitational

Sherrick, Chargers rounding into form

CHAMPAIGN — Entering the 2015 girls' golf season, Centennial coach Darren Tee carried a roster of four. Three years later, the Chargers boast 11 athletes — including seven seniors.

Leading the way is Claire Sherrick, who was part of Centennial's team as a freshman. The four-year contributor was ranked sixth among local girls in nine-hole average (44.2) entering the week.