In boys’ golf
■ At Normal. Christian Khachaturian shot a 1-under-par 71 to tie for second place and lead Centennial to third place in the Big 12 Conference tournament at Ironwood Golf Course. Riley Thompson of fourth-place Champaign Central carded a 76 and tied for seventh. Isaac Overman of Centennial tied for ninth with a 77.
■ At East Peoria. Alex Keeble finished second in 15 minutes, 12 seconds, leading Mahomet-Seymour to first place at the East Peoria Invitational. Jackson Powell was sixth for the Bulldogs.
Champaign Central placed third in the team standings behind Corey White’s eighth-place finish.
TOLONO — Coaching changes can be met with apprehension. Returning players often feel more uncertainty than security as they think about playing a new system with a different philosophy.
All it took for Unity High School junior Rebecca Maxwell to be convinced the Rockets’ volleyball change would be good was to meet the new coach.
■ At Danville. Medalist Luke Meyer shot a 3-over-par 39 at Turtle Run to lift Champaign Central past the Vikings.
■ At Savoy. Medalist Chris Tate shot a 35, leading St. Thomas More to victory against Tri-Valley at the UI Blue Course.
■ Centennial 2, Danville 0. Kelly Braghini and JordYn Jones combined for 13 kills for the Chargers in a 25-12, 25-15 road win.
■ Armstrong-Potomac 2, Hoopeston Area 0. Rachel miles recorded eight kills and 12 digs to lead the Trojans to a 25-18 25-21 home victory.
Bulldogs running to success
MAHOMET — One area of emphasis for Mahomet-Seymour boys’ cross-country coach Neal Garrison — whose squad is ranked third in Class 2A — is improvement, not just among his team leaders, but from any of the 31 runners on his team.
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DANVILLE BOYS’ SOCCER
In a battle between schools unbeaten in Big 12 Conference play, the Vikings made the most of their eight shots, scoring twice, while Normal Community (8-2-1 overall) couldn’t find the net on any of its 14 attempts. Mikee Maniquis and Gracson Torres scored for Danville.
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Recently: Middle hitter was an all-tournament choice as the Panthers won the PBL Invitational. She leads the team with 95 kills.