SAVOY — Champaign Central senior Kathryn Currey represented the realm in Tuesday’s Class 2A Centennial Sectional, hosted by the U of I Course, and ended her prep profession with a 101 complete throughout 18 holes.
Currey tied for fifty fifth within the last standings. Her finest end result of the day was parring the 298-yard par-4 seventh gap.
Blue Devils, Comets cross-country excel. Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin and Oakwood/Salt Fork fared finest at Tuesday’s Vermilion Valley Convention cross-country meet, held at Kickapoo State Park. The Blue Devils’ boys and the Comets’ ladies captured staff titles. BHRA held off O/SF 17-38 within the male subject, and the Comets outlasted the Blue Devils 27-30 within the ladies’ race.
BHRA’s Eli Mojonnier traversed the 3-mile course in 16 minutes, 17.25 seconds to win the boys’ meet by about 90 seconds. He was joined inside the highest 5 by teammates Emerson Thorlton (second, 17:47.71), Ayden Ingram (fourth, 18:28.09) and Murphy McCool (fifth, 18:29.56).
Chrisman/Georgetown-Ridge Farm’s Eli Johnson broke up the Blue Devils’ success by taking third in 17:56.58, and the Cardinals’ John Phipps landed sixth in 18:30.84. Armstrong-Potomac’s Luke Gordon wasn’t far behind Phipps (seventh in 18:38.60).
On the ladies’ facet, BHRA’s Gabriella Moreman received by almost a minute and a half by way of her clocking of 19:28.22. The Blue Devils additionally acquired a sixth-place effort from Montana Reitsma (23:18.47).
It was O/SF, nonetheless, that pulled away in staff scoring courtesy the trio of Macie Russell (second, 20:53.15), Allie Morris (third, 21:23.49) and Mackenzie Russell (fourth, 22:14.04). Hoopeston Space’s Allison Pickett (fifth, 23:13.88) and Chrisman/G-RF’s Hana Gillaspie (seventh, 23:23.62) rounded out the highest seven.
Warriors trump Falcons. 4 Watseka ladies’ tennis gamers received in each singles and doubles Tuesday throughout an 8-1 nonconference win over visiting Gibson Metropolis-Melvin-Sibley.
Emma Simons, Emily Crosswell, Sydney McTaggart and Baylor Cluver every succeeded in each disciplines, with McTaggart’s 8-1 victory at No. 4 singles coming by the most important margin.
The Falcons earned their lone level when Katie Steidinger received the No. 1 singles match 8-7 (5).
Sabers come up quick. St. Thomas Extra ladies’ tennis suffered an 8-1 nonconference loss to Teutopolis on Tuesday at Spalding Park in Champaign.
Maris Greene acquired the Sabers’ level by pulling off a 6-2, 6-3 win at No. 5 singles. Audrey Horn and Nora Kelley performed their No. 1 doubles match closest of STM’s defeats, dropping a 6-3, 6-3 resolution.
Colin Likas is the preps coordinator at The Information-Gazette. He may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on Twitter at @clikasNG.