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Tennis

Central tennis does it again

DANVILLE — Champaign Central wanted to keep its string of sectional tennis titles intact.

Centennial wanted to end it.

The Maroons, thanks to the play of Austin Aten in the top singles spot, were able to win their fourth straight sectional championship.

Friday's prep highlights

In boys’ track and field

Monday's highlights: Dodd twirls gem for B-H

In baseball
Class 1A regionals
Bismarck-Henning 1, Hoopeston Area 0.
Dylan Dodd struck out 14 in a four-hit shutout, and Chase Swinford drove in the lone run with a double in the fourth inning. Bryce Leigh and Kendall Walder combined on a two-hitter for the Cornjerkers, who outhit the Blue Devils 4-2.

Scaggs saves day for Centennial

BLOOMINGTON — Holding a one-point lead heading into singles play Saturday at the Big 12 boys’ tennis championship, Centennial coach Don Waybright knew the Chargers had to win a few titles.

Wednesday's highlights

In girls’ soccer

Centennial 5, Bloomington 0. Dagny Olson scored all of the host Chargers’ goals on Senior Night. Sara Regan had two assists, and Katelynn Martinez had one assist for Centennial.

Tuesday's highlights: Salt Fork baseball earns share

In baseball
■ Argenta-Oreana 10, Clinton 0.
Ryan Redpath was 2 for 3 (double, triple) and drove in three runs to pace the host Bombers. Gage Eller fired a two-hit shutout in the five-inning game, striking out seven. Greg Osgood was 1 for 1 for the Maroons.

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Monday's highlights: Arcola track teams sweep LOVC

In baseball
■ St. Thomas More 4, East Central 3.
Storm Joop went 2 for 4 with an RBI and Noah Johnson (1-1) pitched two innings of shutout relief to lead the Sabers to a come-from-behind home win. STM scored twice in the seventh to pull out the victory.

Saturday's highlights: Centennial tennis second at invite

In baseball
■ Bloomington 6-4, Centennial 3-2.
The host Chargers had eight strikeouts from JEFF LAVIN and two hits from ZACH PARKS in the first-game loss. Parks was 1 for 3 in the second-game defeat and JEFF LINDGREN had six strikeouts.