Weekend scoreboard

Scoreboards are sponsored by COUNTRY Financial Representative Eric Lapan

Saturday: 

College Baseball–
Dallas Baptist 13, Illinois State 3
Vincennes 7, Heartland 2; Heartland 5, Vincennes 1

College Softball–
Loyola at Illinois State (DH), cancelled
Illinois Wesleyan at Carthage (DH), ppd. to Tues. 4/30
Heartland at Madison (DH), cancelled

High School Baseball–
Normal Community 20, Urbana 1
Normal West 11, Champaign Centennial 6
Deer Creek-Mackinaw 10, Roanoke-Benson 8
Mt. Zion 4, Lincoln 2
Tri-Valley 6, Blue Ridge 1
Michael Collins Invitational at Corn Crib–
Heyworth 11, Lexington 1
Monticello 4, Herscher 3

High School Softball–
Central Catholic 11, Quincy Notre Dame 10 (8 inn.)
Central Catholic 14, Morton 3
Mt. Zion 13, Lincoln 3

Girls High School Soccer–
Aquinas 2, Normal West 1
Lemont 1, Normal West 0
Bloomington 4, East Peoria 1

Sunday:

College Baseball–
Dallas Baptist 11, Illinois State 4
Illinois Wesleyan 11, Elmhurst 6; Illinois Wesleyan 15, Elmhurst 12 (11 inn.)

College Softball–
Loyola 9, Illinois State 4; Illinois State 11, Loyola 5
Illinois Wesleyan 3, Carroll 0; Illinois Wesleyan 7, Carroll 6 (11 inn.) (IWU clinches its 16th CCIW title)
Parkland 7, Heartland 5; Parkland 10, Heartland 9

Monday:

LIVE ON WJBC-AM 1230–
St. Louis Cardinals at Washington Nationals, 5:10 p.m.

High School Baseball–
Illinois Valley Central at Central Catholic, postponed
U-High at Peoria Notre Dame, cancelled
Normal West at Moline, cancelled

High School Softball–
Illinois Valley Central at Central Catholic, postponed
Jacksonville at U-High, cancelled

Girls High School Soccer–
Central Catholic at Illinois Valley Central, postponed to Tues. 4/30

 

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