At Villa Grove. Hannah Davis' eight kills and Sherelle Coller's five service aces and 16 assists boosted Arthur to a 25-8, 25-6 victory against Villa Grove. Amanda McCollom and Hannah Beeson combined for 23 digs for the Blue Devils.
Champaign Central girls take on Mahomet-Seymour and go on to win the match after three games at Mahomet-Seymour High School in Mahomet, Ill on Thursday, September 1, 2011. The Maroons won the first game 25-16 and the third 28-26. The Bulldogs won the second game 25-13.
In boys' golf
At Rantoul. Centennial won the Champaign County Championship at Brookhill as PETER BLACK secured medalist honors with a 69. The Chargers (304) topped runner-up St. Thomas More by 5 strokes. Mahomet-Seymour was third at 312.
Central 9, Eisenhower 1. EMANUEL KOMBA scored four goals, two in each half, and EDDIE LUBAGA added a hat trick to lead the visiting Maroons to a Big 12 victory. JUAN RAMOS added three assists for Central.
Champaign Central 1, Hoopeston Area/Bismarck-Henning 0. EMMANUEL KOMBA scored from KANYE SAYON in the first half for the Maroons.
Unity 4, Sullivan-Lovington 1. LOGAN CUNNINGHAM scored twice as the Rockets rolled. BEN WINN and NOAH WINN also scored.
In girls' golf
At Gibson City. ALEXIS FREUND shot 83 and KELSEY GALLIVAN fired an 84 to lead St. Thomas More to the title of the 12-team Doc Keller Invitational at Railside. Freund was sixth and Gallivan seventh. Teammate SIERRA MYERSCOUGH (85) was ninth. Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley's EMILY SPANGLER shot an 80 to finish third.
BISMARCK — Two teams with two-setter offenses showed Thursday there are two ways to implement the plan.
Bismarck-Henning used the traditional route, rotating juniors Lauren McKenzie and Taylor Ellis into the match when it was the other's turn to enter the front row.
At Arthur. Ashley Tabb had 15 digs and Brooke Tabb added 12 digs for the Lancers in their 20-25, 25-17, 25-22 victory against Tuscola.
Sherelle Coller chipped in with 15 assists, five digs and four aces in the victory.
SAM KOHLBECKER had 22 assists, nine digs, two aces and one block for the Warriors.
Kaitlyn Zelhart is ahead of schedule as she prepares for her senior season in volleyball, which will start Saturday when Blue Ridge hosts a tournament at Farmer City.
Her collegiate future is set — she committed to Jacksonville (Ala.) State in March — and the returning All-Area middle hitter will be back on the court sooner than expected.