Class 1A regionals
Bismarck-Henning 1, Hoopeston Area 0. Dylan Dodd struck out 14 in a four-hit shutout, and Chase Swinford drove in the lone run with a double in the fourth inning. Bryce Leigh and Kendall Walder combined on a two-hitter for the Cornjerkers, who outhit the Blue Devils 4-2.
BLOOMINGTON — Holding a one-point lead heading into singles play Saturday at the Big 12 boys’ tennis championship, Centennial coach Don Waybright knew the Chargers had to win a few titles.
In girls’ soccer
■ Centennial 5, Bloomington 0. Dagny Olson scored all of the host Chargers’ goals on Senior Night. Sara Regan had two assists, and Katelynn Martinez had one assist for Centennial.
■ Argenta-Oreana 10, Clinton 0. Ryan Redpath was 2 for 3 (double, triple) and drove in three runs to pace the host Bombers. Gage Eller fired a two-hit shutout in the five-inning game, striking out seven. Greg Osgood was 1 for 1 for the Maroons.
■ St. Thomas More 4, East Central 3. Storm Joop went 2 for 4 with an RBI and Noah Johnson (1-1) pitched two innings of shutout relief to lead the Sabers to a come-from-behind home win. STM scored twice in the seventh to pull out the victory.
■ Bloomington 6-4, Centennial 3-2. The host Chargers had eight strikeouts from JEFF LAVIN and two hits from ZACH PARKS in the first-game loss. Parks was 1 for 3 in the second-game defeat and JEFF LINDGREN had six strikeouts.
■ Salt Fork 8, Schlarman 0. Garrett McFadden went 3 for 3 and scored two runs for the visiting Storm.
■ A-L 7, Martinsville 0. Winning pitcher Tyler Schuring struck out eight in six innings for host Arthur-Lovington, which got two hits from Noah Yantis and two RBI from Mason Lee.
■ Centennial 5, Urbana 0. ANTHONY MARTIN struck out eight in tossing an eight-hit shutout for the host Chargers. AUSTIN JOHNSON had two hits, including a double, and drove in a run for Centennial. TANNER RUSSELL (2 for 3) and JON TAUBER (2 for 3) each chipped in offensively for the Tigers.
■ Milford 5, Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 4. CLAYTON RIECHES was 2 for 3 with an RBI and struck out 12 in a complete- game effort to pace the host Bearcats.
JORDAN GULLQUIST added two hits while TANNER DAVENPORT, RYLEY WARD and WYATT ALT each drove in a run.