■ Centennial 2, Peoria Central 0. Kelly Braghini had seven kills, and Alivia Dew and Devin Kyler each had five kills to lead the Chargers (13-5) past Peoria Central 25-13, 25-6.
In girls’ golf
■ At Mahomet. Emily Trolia’s 39 was 1 shot from medalist honors for Mahomet-Seymour in a three-school meet at the par-36 Lake of the Woods course. Bloomington Central Catholic was the meet winner (183), followed by Lincoln (186) and M-S (197).
In boys’ soccer
■ Urbana 4, Central 2. Dann Musasa scored three of the Tigers’ four goals. Ndumiso Madela also scored for Urbana. Alex Zarco scored both goals for the Maroons.
■ Hoopeston Area 3, Bismarck-Henning 1. Skyler Barnard, Bailey Crose and Chase Bouse all scored to lead the Cornjerkers. Drake Swinford had a goal for B-H.
Unconventional might be the only way to describe the Mahomet-Seymour girls’ tennis team.
With no tennis courts in Mahomet, playing at home isn’t an option. So the Bulldogs commute to Champaign to practice on courts at Parkland College.
■ At Paxton. Paxton-Buckley-Loda was the runner-up in the PBL Invitational. PBL lost to Lexington 2-0 (25-15, 25-19) in the championship match. Kellyn Maynard had nine service points and six kills. Eve Bahler had 20 assists. Maynard, Bahler and Sarah Watts were named to the all-tournament team.
■ Centennial 2, Urbana 0. Jaime Johnson had 17 assists, four kills and five digs and Kelly Braghini and Jordyn Jones each had six kills as the Chargers (11-5) swept the Tigers 25-17, 25-17.
PAXTON — For 25 years, Paxton-Buckley-Loda High School has had what athletic director John Overstreet called a “long-standing tradition” with the Sangamon Valley Conference.
“It’s what I grew up with,” Overstreet said. “It’s what other parents grew up with.”
In girls’ tennis
■ At Champaign. Mia Stipes, Caroline Waddell, Izzy Schmitt and Delany Tressler all won singles matches for St. Thomas More in its 7-2 win against Champaign Central. Stipes and Waddell teamed to win at No. 1 doubles. Maddie King and Tressler won at No. 2, and Sophia Sobeski teamed with Kayley Schacht at No. 3.