FAIRBURY — Changes, no matter how subtle or obvious, can have a huge impact. Prairie Central made some changes as the Eagles defeated Tolono (Unity) 15-25, 25-21, 25-19 in the Illini Prairie Conference volleyball game on Tuesday at PCHS.
“We made a lot of changes for tonight’s game and the girls did a great job rolling,” PC head coach Kirsten Smith said. “We played with high spirits and helped each other when needed.
“The girls played a really tough game and came out victorious.”
Some things haven’t changed as Kerigan Fehr led the Prairie Center offense with 10 kills and Gracie Edelman collected 14 assists. Alexandria Hari had 12 points, including two aces.
Sawyer Ashman had 2 blocks and Carley Chambers had 22 digs.
Tolono won the preliminaries 25-16, 25-20 as a sophomore and 25-11, 23-25, 15-7 as a freshman.
Champagne – Pontiac meets host St. Thomas More as host Sabers defeated the Indians 25-15, 15-7 in Tuesday’s Illini Prairie Conference volleyball game.
Pontiac’s offense was stifled by STM’s defense as the Horde killed just five in the game. Bailey Masching leads PTHS (6-14) with 2 kills. Alix Robinson, Cadence Helms and Keara Smith each had 1 kill. Smith also had 3 assists.
Masching led the defense with six digs and Aubrey Shepard had five.
Pontiac went 25-15, 18-25, 15-11 for junior varsity games.
Flanagan — Flanagan-Cornell had little problem with Ridgeview as the Falcons won Tuesday’s 25-13, 25-16 Heart of Illinois conference.
Kortney Harms had eight kills and three assists to speed up Flanagan-Cornell (13-14). Raegan Montello had eight assists and Kalyne Kindermann had four.
Ridgeview won the sophomore game 25-12, 25-20.Falcons win freshman game 25-15, 25-16
Lexington – GCMS
LEXINGTON — Despite Lexington’s persecution, the Militia defeated Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley in two sets at the Heart of Illinois conference on Tuesday. LHS won 25-21, 25-23 at the Fort.
Avery Poppe had eight kills and one block at the net for the Minutemen (10-8, 4-5). Mary Dole had nine assists and Emma Bennett had six. Makayla Ziegler leads the server with 10 points, including 2 aces. Vivian Wright also has 2 aces and Poppe also has 1 ace.
Poppe increased her defense with 20 digs. Wright, Issy Bennett, and Emma Bennett each have 10 digs.
Lexington won its sophomore game 25-18, 25-20, and the freshman won 25-15 in a sweep by the Falcons.