In boys' golf
At Savoy. Medalist DALY O'BRIEN (40) led Monticello to a 4-stroke victory against Champaign Central on the UI Orange. Teammate TYLER TAYLOR added a 41.
At Gibson City. Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley compiled a 182 total to defeat Iroquois West, LeRoy and Fisher at Railside. KYLE POOL of Iroquois West earned medalist honors with a 40.
Unity 5, Meridian 0. LOGAN CUNNINGHAM had three goals and two assists to power Unity to a victory in the Okaw Valley Conference tournament.
St. Teresa 4, Sullivan/Okaw Valley 2. The Redskins got second-half goals from NATE HORTENSTINE and TANNER TYPER after falling behind 4-0 in the first half in the OVC tourney.
MAHOMET — Coach Neal Garrison's boys' cross-country team from Mahomet-Seymour placed 12th in last weekend's Peoria Notre Dame Invitational, but that doesn't reflect the team's prowess.
URBANA UNI HIGH BOYS' SOCCER
The Illineks (13-0) are not only scoring a lot but they also are allowing few goals. Twelve of the first 13 opponents have not hit more than one goal while Uni hasn't been held to fewer than three goals by any team. Uni's edge is 77-9. Tarik Koric, George Voulgaris and Patrick Wong all have made 16 goals.
In girls' tennis:
At Champaign. ALLISON HANSEN rallied to upend St. Thomas More's MADIE BAILLON 2-6, 6-3, 10-8 at No. 1 singles in Centennial's 9-0 victory against the Sabers. The third set was played as a 10-point tiebreak. Hansen's victory avenged several recent defeats against Baillon, including the final of last year's sectional.
Urbana Uni 8, Salt Fork/Westville 1. GEORGE VOULGARIS scored three times as the Illineks improved to 13-0. TARIK KORIC had a pair of goals, while PATRICK WONG added a goal and four assists. Voulgaris, Wong and Koric each have 16 goals this season. ALEX MESTRE also scored for Urbana Uni.
Arthur (10-0) needed eight matches to surpass its win total from 2010. Coach Val Cornwell was optimistic entering the season due to the return of six of last year's top seven players. "I was hoping to double our win total," Cornwell said. "I just didn't expect this type of run."
At Rantoul. Emma Cabutti had 15 kills and Hannah Charter 11 digs for Mahomet-Seymour in a 25-18, 22-25, 25-19 victory against Rantoul. Chaquera Cross had 16 digs for the Eagles.
TOLONO — Injuries are never a good thing, unless viewed from the perspective of the opportunities they create for a teammate.