Volleyball

Volleyball

Saturday's highlights: Walmer leads M-S runners to second

In volleyball
PBL Tournament

Friday's highlights: Central boys' golf takes first

MT. ZION — Champaign Central’s scramble team of Matt Becker and Hayden Cekander and its alternate-shot team of Conor Butts and Justin McCoy won their respective competitions Friday at the Mt. Zion Invite, leading the Maroons to first place as a team.

Thursday's highlights: Monticello golf breaks records

In volleyball
St. Thomas More 2, Mahomet-Seymour 1. Brianna Hopper had eight kills and Mica Allison and Hayes Murray each recorded 14 assists for the Sabers in their 14-25, 25-17, 25-9 win at Mahomet. Grace Beach had 11 kills and Elizabeth Sproat had 12 digs for the Bulldogs.

HS Volleyball: Tuscola vs Sullivan

Tuscola vs. Sullivan in a prep volleyball meet at Tuscola on Thursday, Sept. 15, 2016.

Wednesday's highlights: Central swimming victorious

In girls’ swimming & diving

Athletes of the Week: M-S' Lundstrom, STM's Bowie

Evan Lundstrom
Mahomet-Seymour soccer

Why he was chosen: The senior recorded a hat trick and assisted on the Bulldogs’ other goal during a 4-2 home win against Urbana Uni High and followed that up with two goals in a 4-1 win at Charleston.

Area prep volleyball leaders

KILLS
(Minimum 2.00 average)
Player, School    Kills    Avg.
Emily Duis, Milford    125    5.43
Kylie Michael, SJ-O    90    4.50
Raeanne Allen, D-W    106    4.42
Gabby Wessels, Cissna Park    87    3.95

Tuesday's highlights: Chargers blank Tigers in volleyball

In volleyball

■ Centennial 2, Urbana 0. Ashia Ravanh had three kills, Raevyn Russell had two kills and Maddie Sanders had four digs for the Tigers in their 25-13, 25-11 loss to the Chargers. Claire Cowser had seven digs for Centennial.

SJ-O volleyball winning despite team youth

ST. JOSEPH — Connections between hitters, setters and passers aren’t what they will eventually become, St. Joseph-Ogden volleyball coach Abby McDonald knows. The Spartans’ defensive execution, even more so, needs to improve down the road this season.

But in terms of results, that hasn’t really mattered.

Monday's highlights: Central's Hayasaki medalist at 3-team event

In volleyball
Rantoul 2, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 1. Kaylee Spegal had 25 assists and four aces as the Eagles overcame a one-set deficit to edge the visiting Buffaloes 16-25, 25-14, 25-20. Elena Shields had 15 digs and Bree Davis had 13 kills for Rantoul.