■ At Danville. Medalist Luke Meyer shot a 3-over-par 39 at Turtle Run to lift Champaign Central past the Vikings.
■ At Savoy. Medalist Chris Tate shot a 35, leading St. Thomas More to victory against Tri-Valley at the UI Blue Course.
■ Centennial 2, Danville 0. Kelly Braghini and JordYn Jones combined for 13 kills for the Chargers in a 25-12, 25-15 road win.
■ Armstrong-Potomac 2, Hoopeston Area 0. Rachel miles recorded eight kills and 12 digs to lead the Trojans to a 25-18 25-21 home victory.
■ St. Thomas More 2, Unity 1. Lexi Wallen and Tori McCoy combined for 29 kills for the Sabers in a 30-28, 19-25, 25-21 home win. Hannah Murray had 20 assists and Allie Kreie added 16 for STM. Lizzy Barnard led Unity with 23 kills and teammate Bailey Reifsteck finished with 30 assists.
■ At Edwardsville. COREY WHITE finished eighth to help Champaign Central to fourth place at the 21-team boys’ race. HANNAH SHINEW led Central’s girls.
■ Mahomet-Seymour 2, Pontiac 0. Sirena Woo and Madi Woo combined for 21 digs for the Bulldogs in a 25-19, 25-11 road victory. Sophie Christianson of M-S finished with four blocks.
■ Judah Christian 2, DeLand-Weldon 0. Emily Gewirtz racked up 25 digs and Kylie Beaumont had 18 assists for the Tribe in a 25-22, 25-23 home win.
■ At Urbana CC. Mitchell Hockman was medalist with a 39, leading the Mahomet-Seymour boys past Bismarck-Henning and Urbana. David Warren shot 40 for the runner-up Blue Devils. Urbana, which was led by J.T. Donahue’s 42, was third.
■ Champaign Central 2, Urbana 1. Emma Atkinson racked up 35 assists for the Maroons, who opened defense of their Big 12 Conference co-championship with a 23-25, 25-19, 25-15 home win. Dana Westfield and Maddie LeGrande had 13 kills apiece for Central, and teammate Alyssa Olson added 10 kills.
MONTICELLO — For the second time in three years, Monticello has received a Field of Excellence Award sponsored by Pioneer Athletics. The criteria includes quality of the field, striping and field decorations. Monticello was one of 73 secondary and college fields recognized for 2012.
CHAMPAIGN — Sarah Little never got the inside story from the source, just what she would later read in archived newspaper articles.
And yet, she became part of the bigger story when she was too young to realize the magnitude.
Her father, Roger, was a circuit court judge who in 1974 presided over a case involving an Urbana girl who wanted to participate in athletics.