■ Champaign Central 2, Urbana 0. Brittany Anglin had 12 assists and Maranda Day delivered nine digs, pacing the host Maroons to a 25-11, 25-17 victory. Ashia Ravanh had five kills for the Tigers.
Why he was chosen: The junior was efficient during the Blue Devils’ 42-0 home win against Oakwood last Friday. The 5-foot-3, 125-pound quarterback only threw three passes, but they all went for touchdowns in the second half. He tallied 117 passing yards to help B-H win its third consecutive game.
In boys’ golf
■ At Gibson City. Matt Hunt (43), Connor Birky (44) and Logan Davis (44) paced Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley at Railside, with Hunt taking medalist honors. The Falcons defeated Iroquois West 177-202. The Raiders were led by Jacob Reitz (47), Justin Kuipers (49) and Calvin Tammen (49).
■ Champaign Central 2, Normal West 0. Maranda Day provided 14 digs and Taya Westfield slammed six kills for the Maroons as they clobbered Normal West 25-22, 25-21 in a match played at Normal.
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■ Watseka 2, Prairie Central 0. Katie Kidwell pounded 13 kills as the Warriors (16-2) captured a two-set sweep over the visiting Hawks, 25-22, 25-18. Emily Bunting had a double-double (16 assists, 11 digs) while Kennedy Bauer contributed nine digs and five kills.
(Minimum two matches)
PLAYER, SCHOOL POS. W-L PCT.
Victoria Gonzalez, Centennial No. 1 9-0 1.000
Sophia Sobeski, St. Thomas More No. 6 3-0 1.000