In girls’ soccer
■ Central 6, Bloomington 0. Champaign Central’s Maddy Chalifoux scored her 100th career goal. It was one of her four goals for the Maroons. The area’s all-time girls’ soccer career scoring record is 106 goals by 2003 Centennial graduate Megan Bushue.
Tuscola boys’ track and field
Why he was chosen: Gibson, the area leader in the discus, won the shot put and discus at Friday’s Monticello Invitational. He threw 51 feet, 91/2 inches to win the shot put by 7 inches, and
his throw of 161-10 gave him the discus title by 81/2 feet.
■ Centennial 11, Urbana 0. Jeff Lindgren pitched a no-hitter and Dylan Grady belted a solo homer in the third inning and a grand slam in the fourth inning to lead the Chargers (14-3) past the Tigers.
Player, School Pos. Rec. WP
A. Scaggs, Centennial No. 2 5-0 1.000
K. Kim, Centennial No. 5 4-0 1.000
Small, Centennial No. 4 4-0 1.000
Zheng, Centennial No. 2 3-0 1.000
Gunderson, Uni High No. 2 3-0 1.000
S. Guo, University High No. 6 3-0 1.000
Higgs, University High No. 5 3-0 1.000
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By SPENCER BROWN
■ Kankakee 5-0, Rantoul 1-10. Sam Hall and Brad Graybill finished with two hits apiece for Rantoul in the first game. In the second game, Josh Frerichs allowed three hits in a shutout. Graybill doubled and added three RBI.
In boys’ tennis
■ At Urbana. Sunny Singh, Andrew Scaggs, Matthew Scaggs, Wyatt Small and Kevin Kim all won in singles and doubles, leading Centennial to a 9-0 victory against Urbana.
■ St. Joseph-Ogden 10, Unity 0. Dalton Parker (5-0) pitched a three-hit shutout and struck out nine as the Spartans (14-3) beat visiting Unity (13-4). Parker drove in four runs, and teammate Aaron Schluter had three RBI.