Central Catholic 0, Eureka 10 (5): Winning pitcher Keegan Zimmerman helped his cause with three hits and four runs batted in on Wednesday for the Hornets (7-1). The game was halted in the fifth inning because of the 10-run rule.

Midwest Central 4, Eureka 14 (5): Adam Anderson piled up four hits, three RBIs and was the winning pitcher Thursday for the hosts. The 10-run rule went into effect after the top of the fifth.

Roanoke-Benson/Lowpoint-Washburn 11, Greenfield (Tenn.) 14: Jake Weber collected three hits for the Rockets (2-4) in the first of two Friday contests.

Eureka 12, Flanagan-Cornell-Woodland 5: Brady Krile struck out 12 over five scoreless frames on the hill for the Friday guests.

RBLW 18, Humboldt (Tenn.) 3 (4): Ben Monge delivered a pair of hits for the co-op in the Friday nightcap. The 15-run rule was enforced after four.

Lincoln 5-6, Eureka 6-3: The third of three hits from Austin Davis was a run-scoring single in the bottom of seventh for the hosts in game one of a twinbill on Saturday. Daniel Frank had two hits in the nightcap.

Fieldcrest 6, Putnam County 7: Lucas Cook recorded two hits for the Knights (3-1) on Saturday.

RBLW 1, Peabody (Tenn.) 11 (5): Ben Monge had a hit for the co-op Saturday afternoon. The contest was limited to five by the 10-run rule.

Eureka 7, Princeville 5: Adam Anderson tallied two hits for the Hornets on Monday. Unplayable diamond conditions moved the game from Princeville to Eureka.

Spring Valley Hall 3, Fieldcrest 4: Bryce Nordstrom supplied two hits for the Tuesday hosts, who knocked off the reigning two A champions.

Eureka 10, Illinois Valley Central 6: Daniel Frank had a pair of hits for the guests on Tuesday.


Eureka 11. F-C-W 7: Marah Miller's three hits powered the Hornets (5-0) Friday on the road.

Metamora 12, Fieldcrest 9: Jacie Sullivan picked up three hits for the Knights (2-3) on Friday.

Delavan/Hartsburg-Emden 0-0, Eureka 15 (4, 4): The hosts rolled in a Saturday doubleheader, as both were stopped in the fourth by the 15-run rule. Winning pitcher Hannah Martin registered three hits and three RBIs in the opener while Jayci Swords picked up three hits and drove in in four in the nightcap.

Fieldcrest 16, Midland 0 (4): Reagan Ruestman's three-hit day aided the Knights Monday afternoon. The 15-run rule kicked in after four.

SVH 11, Fieldcrest 9 (8): Alaina Tjaden recorded five hits on Tuesday for the hosts.


Peoria Notre Dame 61, Eureka 58, Metamora 27: Emma Argo captured the 3200 for the Hornets in Tuesday's triangular at Metamora.


Quartet wins: Eureka's four by eight of Tessa Wiegand, Courtney Heffren, Alexi Fogo and Emma Argo placed first in Saturday's Prep Top Times event at the Shirk Center on the Illinois Wesleyan University campus in Bloomington. They were clocked in nine minutes, 45 point three seconds. No team scores were kept.


HOIC goes two for two: In Saturday's WGCY all-star games in Gibson City, the Sangamon Valley Conference took it on the chin versus the Heart of Illinois Conference. Jerry Prina of Eureka directed the HOIC girls, who prevailed 49-31. The Eureka duo of Courtney Heffren (six points) and Lauren Ausmus (two) got into the scoring column, as did Fieldcrest's Addie Goodrich (two free throws). Keegan Zimmerman of Eureka had eight points, while Fieldcrest's Derek May netted seven, as the HOIC routed the SVC 80-44.


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