In boys’ cross-country
■ At Charleston. Mahomet-Seymour won the Charleston Cross-Country Invitational with an average time of 15 minutes, 44.02 seconds. Alex Keeble led the Bulldogs with a time of 14:58.51. Danville finished third, with an average time of 16:26.47.
■ Centennial 2, Normal U-High 0. Jaime Johnson had four kills, 17 assists and seven digs to pace the Chargers to a 25-21, 25-22 victory. Alivia Dew had five kills, and Devin Kyler contributed four kills.
In boys’ golf
■ At Champaign. Centennial shot 319 as a team — paced by Christian Khachaturian’s 77 — to win the Champaign County Invitational at Lincolnshire Fields Country Club. Urbana Uni High’s Varun Chopra earned medalist honors with a 76.
■ Centennial 62, Morton 12. Jimmy Fitzgerald was 12 of 17 for 238 yards and four touchdowns for the Chargers. The game was postponed in the first quarter Friday night tied at 6.
In girls’ tennis
■ At Champaign. Centennial made quick work of Normal West in a 9-0 victory. The Chargers won all nine matches in straight sets and didn’t drop a game in four of the matches.
In girls’ golf
■ At Champaign. Freshman Mia Hayasaki got her high school career started on a good note, earning medalist honors in Central’s close win against Bloomington at the U of I Blue Course.
Retiring executive sports editor Fred Kroner has seen a lot in his 34 years at The News-Gazette. Each Sunday until his last day, he'll share his best stories. This week:
What does the addition of the four Peoria schools mean for the Big 12?
The 11-member conference (for all sports except football) is as close to 12 as at any time in the past two decades.
In some sports, the additions will raise the league’s prestige.