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Tue
19
Jun

WarEagle baseball

WarEagle Nate Helle is safe at home, scoring the team’s only run in the first game of a doubleheader against North Fayette Valley. NFV took the first game 9-1. Game 2 ended in the Tigerhawks’ favor, as well. The final score was 4-0. The WarEagles faced Waukon on June 12. They lost the game, 10-3. On June 14, Clayton Ridge/Central faced New Hampton, who took the game, 5-0. They also dropped a game to MFL MarMac the following day. The final score was 9-0.

 
Tue
15
May

Girls are second in conference, district


Two of seven events headed to state are the 4x200 relay of Ciera Deitchler, Maddy Wille,Gabrielle Lenth, and Mary Kate Wille (top) and Jasmine Mueller in the 1500 m run.

By Pat McTaggart
Freelance Writer

Tue
24
Apr

Boys compete at Ed-Co


Luke Asche finished 8th in the 3200 meter run at Ed-Co.

By Pat McTaggart

Freelance Writer

 

The Central boys’ track and field team participated in a meet at Ed-Co last week. In a field of 12 teams, the Warriors finished 12th with the following results:

Tue
17
Apr

Girls do well at Decorah meet


Central’s Taylor Rentschler gets ready for her leg of a relay at a recent meet in Decorah.

By Pat McTaggart

Freelance Writer

 

After several missed meets due to weather, the Central girls’ track and field team were able to participate in the Decorah Relays on April 12. Central had the following results:

Tue
10
Apr

Central boys, girls ready to golf

By Pat McTaggart
Freelance Writer

Tue
13
Feb

Girls win close game; advance in regional play


Central’s Riley Schroeder plays tough defense in a game last week against Ed-Co. The Warriors won the game and advanced to regional quarterfinals.

By Pat McTaggart

Freelance Writer

 

In a nail-biting February 8 game against Ed-Co, the Central girls won their first-round regional game. Central led Ed-Co 7-4 at the end of the 1st quarter, but Ed-Co came back in the 2nd quarter to take a 19-14 lead at the half. At the end of the 3rdquarter, Ed-Co still held a slim 27-26 lead. Central was able to limit Ed-Co to only three points in the 4th quarter and went on to win by a score of 32-30.

Tue
26
Dec

Split week for Central girls’ basketball team

By Pat McTaggart
Freelance Writer

Tue
26
Dec

Two wins for Central boys


Central’s Andy Seeland hit a three-point shot that opened the Warriors’ lead against Clayton Ridge.

By Pat McTaggart
Freelance Writer

Tue
24
Oct

Volleyball team advances


Central’s Mary Kate Wille gets ready to serve in a volleyball contest against Ed-CO. The Warriors won in five serts.

By Pat McTaggart

Freelance Writer

 

On October 17 the Central volleyball team played its first round regional game at Ed-Co.

 “Ed-Co has been one of the top teams in the area for many years so we knew it was going to be an intense match and we had to keep our errors to a minimum,” Coach Derek Bergan said.  

Tue
24
Oct

Central girls win district; headed back to state!


The Central girls’ crpss country team is headed back to state 15th time in the last 22 years. The state competition is Saturday, October 22. More photos on Facebook.

By Pat McTaggart

 

On October 19 the Central cross-country team participated in the district meet at Solon High School. 23 schools were represented with 15 complete teams and 112 runners. The girls finished in 1st place with these results:

3. Ciera Deitchler, 20:20; 7. Jasmine Mueller, 21:06; 10. Desi Weber, 21:19; 26. Cassie Larson, 22:42; 32. Danielle Weber, 22:53; 55. Ellie Kuehl, 24:20; 64. Maria Medberry, 25:02.

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