Saturday's prep highlights: Myers keeps hitting homers to lead BHRA softball

Apr. 21—In baseball

Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond 12, Georgetown-Ridge Farm 7. Led by a three-hit performance from Will Hilligoss and a three-RBI day from Lucas Butcher, the Knights (12-5) outlasted the Buffaloes (2-10), scoring three runs in the seventh inning to secure the win. Jase Latoz

* hit a three-run home run and scored a trio of runs for G-RF.

Beecher 10, Milford 4. Colt Halpin

* provided one of the only bright spots in the Bearcats' lineup, tallying three hits, two runs scored and an RBI for Milford (8-6).

Reed-Custer 7-20, Oakwood 6-4. The Comets (8-13) took a pair of tough losses in their doubleheader. Chase Harrison notched two hits, and Jackson Dudley had two RBI in game one while Carsen Dudley

* pitched three innings of one-run ball in relief. Game two saw Harrison lead the way again with two hits and two RBI.

St. Joseph-Ogden 15-12, Chillicothe IVC 0-6. The Spartans (21-2) swept their Illini Prairie Conference opponent, starting with a four-inning, 10-strikeout no-hitter from Luke Landrus, who also had three hits and three RBI at the plate. Braxton Waller joined in leading the offense in game one with three hits and four RBI. Game two saw more of a balanced approach. Asher Pruemer and Jared Altenbaumer each threw three innings and gave up just one run. Landrus, Waller and Bryson Houchens

* each connected for two hits and three RBI.

Unity 14, Clinton 4. The first game of the day for the Rockets (15-4) saw Unity hit the ball all over the park. Tre Hoggard led the charge with three hits, two RBI and two runs scored while getting the win on the mound. Nolan Remole went 2 for 2 with a triple and three RBI, and Brock Suding

* added two hits with a double and two RBI.

Coal City 13, Unity 0. The Rockets' second game of the day didn't go as well as the first. Brady Parr pitched four innings while doing his best to limit Coal City's bats, but it wasn't enough in the loss for Unity (15-5).

In softball

Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin 14, Fisher 2. The Blue Devils (14-7) bested the Fisher Round Robin host Bunnies (4-11), blasting two home runs, coming from Draycee Nelson and Ava Acton, who combined for seven RBI. Elli Tittle added three hits, and Raeghan Dickison had two hits and two RBI. Paige Hott hit a home run and drove in Fisher's only runs, and Naomi Dickey added two hits.

Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin 18, Clifton Central 7. The Blue Devils (15-7) had a home run derby in their second game of the Fisher Round Robin and recorded a season-high 20 hits. Ella Myers led the way, going 5-for-5 with three bombs, a double and seven RBI. Gentry Elson belted a pair of homers with three RBI. Draycee Nelson and Raeghan Dickison

* also left the yard, combining for four RBI.

Champaign Central 20, Peoria 1. The Maroons (8-8-1) scored four runs in the first inning, six in the second and 10 in the third to bury the Lions. Maisie Bowers pitched a four-inning one-hitter with four strikeouts while notching two hits and three runs scored at the plate. Kaitlyn Helm led the offense with three hits and three RBI. Haley Helm and Tayten Hunter

* each tallied two doubles and two RBI.

LeRoy 7, Dwight 1. The Panthers (18-3) got a solid pitching performance out of Khloe Builta, who went six innings with five strikeouts and only allowed four hits. Laila Carr and Haley Cox

* paced the offense with two hits apiece.

St. Joseph-Ogden 13, Arthur-Lovington-Atwood-Hammond 1. It was Addy Martinie's day, smashing a three-run home run as part of her three-hit day and tallying six RBI to lead the Spartans (17-6) over the Knights (11-10). Grace Osterbur added three hits of her own with two runs scored and two RBI. Amelia Huckstadt pitched a five-inning complete game with three strikeouts and only allowed four hits.

In girls' soccer

Arthur Christian 2, Meridian 2. After trailing 2-0 at the half, the Conquering Riders (4-5-1) came back to tie it in the second half thanks to goals from Brileigh Mast and Phoenix Kelmel. Goalie Libby Henry

* recorded eight saves.

Champaign Central 2, Mahomet-Seymour 2. It was a tale of two halves, as the Bulldogs (6-3-3) went into halftime with a 2-0 lead, and The Maroons (7-3-1) scored two in the second half on goals from Rylie Schulze and Caroline Blount to tie the game. Erika Johnson and Camryn Nelson nettled goals for M-S, and Haley Reed

* recorded an assist.

Reavis 2, Urbana 1. The Tigers (5-9) came up just short, with Celia Barkley scoring the lone goal on a penalty kick and Nox Macdougall recording seven saves in net.

In girls' track and field

At Champaign. Host Champaign Central stood atop the podium for the majority of its own nine-team meet, compiling a first-place total of 173 team points. Close behind was Centennial in second with 143, followed by Mahomet-Seymour in third with 99, Rantoul in seventh with 37 and Urbana in eighth with 29. The Maroons got wins from Izzy Roundtree in the 100-meter dash (12.73 seconds) and 200 (25.72); Aleigha Garrison in the 3,200 (12 minutes, 12.94 seconds); Jalay Jones in the high jump (4 feet, 8 inches); Audrey Allender in the pole vault (10-61/2); Julia Bilsbury in the triple jump (35-03/4); the relay team of Roundtree, Makayla Harmon, Khalia Williams and Londyn Grant in both the 400-meter relay (49.56) and 800 relay (1:46.71); and the 3,200 relay of Garrison, Keely Richmond, Jaylee Elsts and Reese Baumann (10:25.60). The Chargers saw wins from Nicole Granger in the 400 (1:02.32); Brooklynn Sweikar in the 800 (2:24.80); Farah Scott in the mile (5:29.18); Noelle Hunt in the long jump (16-8); and the 1,600 relay of Na'Zarah Walker, Nina Brown, Sweikar and Hunt (4:09.23). Kara Carney won the 300 hurdles for the Bulldogs (47.20), and Tamia Bell won the shot put for the Eagles (31-31/4).