SULLIVAN — Sister Act II was the feature presentation playing Monday night in the Sullivan High School gymnasium.
When Tuscola sophomore Maddie Allen wasn’t in the starring role, junior Karli Allen stepped up from her supporting position.
They played so well that there will be an encore performance tonight.
■ At Martinsville. Heritage beat Villa Grove in the quarterfinals of the Class 1A Martinsville Regional and will play again today against top-seeded Schlarman Academy in the semifinals.
In boys’ soccer
■ At Mahomet. Danville defeated Champaign Central 2-1 to capture the team’s first regional championship since 2001.
“The guys played another outstanding game,” Danville coach Chris Griffin said, celebrating his first regional crown. “They played with the same heart, grace and fight we’ve displayed over the last 10 or 11 games.”
CHAMPAIGN — The Illinois volleyball coaching staff always had an eye on Morgan Leach. You don’t miss a Big Ten caliber player in your own backyard, after all. Leach showed up in Huff Hall plenty, too, attending camps at Illinois for several years.
But when it came time for the Centennial standout to pick her college destination, it was in Bloomington, Indiana, with the Hoosiers.
In girls’ tennis
■ Danville’s Taylor Ellis and Rebecca Lewis are the only local competitors still in contention at the state tournament, which began Thursday. The double team played in four matches on the opening day.
The Viking girls opened play by humbling Shelby Holst and Ashley West of Salem, 6-3, 6-3.
A look at the area Top 10 teams, courtesy Fred Kroner:
TEAM (PREVIOUS), RECORD
1. Watseka (5), 30-3
2. Schlarman (6), 21-3-1
3. St. Thomas More (2), 27-8
4. Centennial (7), 22-13
5. Champaign Central (1), 28-7
6. Cissna Park (4), 28-4
7. Mahomet-Seymour (8), 19-12
8. Unity (9), 24-11
9. St. Joseph-Ogden (3), 19-8
TOLONO — There are special moments within the lives of high school students that are met with reverence.
Homecoming. Getting a driver’s license. Spring break. Prom.
And, for athletes in the final year of a sport or activity, Senior Night.
Seven Unity classmates took to the Rocket Center court for their regular-season volleyball finale on Thursday.
In boys’ soccer
■ At Mahomet. The process started two years ago.
Four veteran Danville soccer players who were being counted on as contributors didn’t play for various reasons.
In their place, four sophomores moved into the starting lineup, joining another classmate, goalkeeper Cameron Griffin.
In swimming & diving
■ At Champaign. Going into the final race, Central held a 10-point lead against Urbana Uni High for team honors in the Twin City Swimming and Diving Championships.
In an effort to catch the Maroons, Uni split its swimmers for the 4x400-yard relay into two teams, and those two teams managed to finish first and second.