Watseka 4, Central 2 - Brennan Spracklin, Alejandro Dominguez, Ethan Keller and Erick Avelar all scored for the Warriors. Michael Ayres scored both goals for the Comets.
Grant Park 3, St. Anne 1 - Hayden Lehnert scored all three goals for the Dragons, with Derek Dumas assisting one of them. Troy Reynolds had five saves in goal.
Herscher 3, Richards 2
Illinois Lutheran 4, Beecher 1
Manteno 1, Streator 0
Bradley-Bourbonnais 3, Morris 0
Oakwood/Catlin 2 5 Bismarck-Henning
Chicago Christian 5 2 Bishop McNamara
Hoopeston 10 1 Schlarman
St. Joseph-Ogden 0 6 Monticello
Fisher/Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 2 0 Rantoul
Fieldcrest over Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 25-21 and 25 -15)
St. Thomas Moore 2, Watseka 0 (25-18, 25-17) - Mallory Drake had five kills, four digs and a block. Kennedy Bauer had 11 digs. Kennedy McTaggart had two kills. Cassie Peters had four assists and Kaitlyn Bell had an ace.
Georgetown-Ridge Farm 2, Milford 1 (25-21, 23-25, 25-11) - Lexy Puetz had a team-high seven kills for the Bearcats. Kaylee Warren led the team with two aces and 20 assists. Sam Conley had 24 digs, while Maya McEwen and Hanna Boyer each had a pair of blocks.
Illinois Lutheran 2, St. Anne 0 (25-15, 25-23) - Brandi Chase and Kenzie Nicholson each had a team-high seven kills for the Cardinals. Chase also had a block and Nicholson had two aces. Lauren Emerson racked up 19 assists.
beecher 2, donovan 0 (25-8 and 25-7)
Gardner-South Wilmington 2, Tri-Point 0 (25-20, 25-16)
Herscher 2, Westmont 0 (26-24, 25-20)
Kankakee 2, Rich South 0 (25-11, 25-21)
Coal City 2, Plano 1 (22-25, 25-20, 25-16)
Manteno 2, Peotone 0 - (25-18 and 25-15)
Salt Fork beat Chrisman 2-0.
st. joe ogden 2, pbl 0 (25-20 and 25-16)
Milford 192, Cissna Park 197 - Milford's James Birch and Cissna Park's Dawson Savoree finished tied atop the medalist position, each shooting a 44. The Bearcats were rounded out by Luke McCabe's 48, Tanner Sobkoviak's 49 and Brady Marshino's 51. The Timberwolves were rounded out by 49's from Gavin Spears and Bailey Sluis and a 55 from Devin Hull.
Prairie Central 174, Coal City 193, Seneca 197
Dwight 219, Watseka 225, Iroquois West 247 - The Trojans were led by Isabelle Schultz's 52. Kat Harms shot a 55, while Chloe Butterbralt and Kelly Deterding each shot a 56. Watseka's Natalie Schroeder shot a 47 and was medalist. Teammate Holly Wingren finished second with a 49. Allie Hoy shot a 64 and Hailey Noel shot a 65. The Raiders were led by 61's from McKinley Tilstra and Chelsey Medina. Georgia Curtis shot a 62 and Marissa Pool shot a 63.
South Newton survived an upset bid by Seeger, escaping with a 19-25, 25-15, 22-25, 25-13, 15-10 victory. Madeline Whaley contributed 14 kills, 26 digs and four blocks for the Rebels (21-0). Regan Gariott and Avery Cole led Seeger (7-8) with 15 and nine kills, respectively.
Covington defeated Benton Central 25-20, 25-19, 25-10 - Ellie Fry had six kills and Audrey Strawsma issued 17 assists for the Bison (13-5).
Sara Rose led North White with nine kills and 26 digs in its 25-18, 25-17, 25-16 loss to Winamac.
Daphne Dobson had 12 kills for Rensselaer, which fell 25-11, 25-19, 17-25, 25-12 to Delphi.
Class 2A No. 10 West Lafayette boys soccer shut down Lafayette Jeff 4-1 Tuesday.
McCutcheon a 1-0 victory against Central Catholic.
Faith Christian's 3-0 victory against Carroll.
Rensselaer's Trenton Musch earned a three-set victory against his Twin Lakes rival to advance in the Hoosier Conference Tournament.
CHC 3, MIL 0 - jose Quintana pitched three-hit ball into the seventh inning, Victor Caratini drove in two runs and the Cubs beat the Brewers 3-0 on Tuesday to regain their two-game lead in the NL Central.
cards 11, pirates 5 - Cardinals rookie Tyler O'Neill hit a three-run homer during a six-run eighth inning, Marcell Ozuna drove in three and Miles Mikolas pitched seven solid innings after an extra day off to lift the Cardinals over the Pirates 11-5 on Tuesday night.
royals 6, sox 3 - Brad Keller pitched seven strong innings to win for the fourth time in six starts, leading the Kansas City Royals to a 6-3 win over the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday night.
HOU 5, DET 4
CLE 2, TB 0
MIN 10, NYY 5
CIN 3, LAD 1