The University High School soccer team broke a 0-0 halftime tie with a pair of goals in the first nine minutes of the second half en route to a 4-0 nonconference win over Danville on Monday at the U High soccer field.
Nate Clay broke the tie just four minutes into the second period with junior forward J.D. Kelley adding a score five minutes later. Clay and Noah Klauss added insurance goals for the Pioneers, who improved to 16-4.
Kelley, Mason Wittman and Niklas Klauss were credited with assists.
The Pioneers outshot Danville, 12-6. U High goalkeeper Christian Lopez had five saves.
Saints edge Williamsville: Fabian Krause and Noah Bevilacqua scored second-half goals to give Central Catholic a 3-2 win over host Williamsville. Krause's tally broke a 1-1 halftime tie, courtesy of an opening-frame score by Daniel Broadbear.
Central outshot Williamsville, 12-5, with goalkeeper J-C Micklich credited with three saves for the Saints (15-6).
Tri-Valley triumphs: Ryleigh Warfel had 10 kills and 12 digs as Tri-Valley held off St.Joseph-Ogden, 25-20, 25-19, at Downs.
Lauren Gilmore added 23 assists and Hannah Clayton 4½ blocks for the Vikings.
Dwight rolls: Leah Flynn had eight kills and four blocks and Karah Colebank contributed 16 assists as Dwight claimed a 25-16, 17-25, 25-18 victory over South Newton at Kentland, Ind. Hayley Schlabowske and Lucy Rieke each added six kills for the Trojans.
Roanoke-Benson prevails: Maddy Oltman had six kills, Elly Sauder nine assists and Brynn Rossman 12 digs as Roanoke-Benson defeated GCMS, 25-14, 25-21, at Gibson City.
GCMS got 12 assists from Mady Schutte and 11 digs from Madi Eberle.
Mount Pulaski falls: Abigail Fitzpatrick had 14 digs and six kills, but Mount Pulaski dropped a 25-14, 27-25 decision to Springfield at Mount Pulaski. Isabella Wade had 21 assists for the Hilltoppers.
PBL tops Fisher: Ariana Gentzler and Aubree Bruns each had 10 kills as PBL scored a 23-25, 25-21, 25-7 nonconference victory over Fisher at Paxton. Cameron McGrew had 12 assists and Casey Wagner 13 digs for the Bunnies.