St. Joseph, MO – The Central Indians Athletic Department is currently recognizing several of our student-athletes for their outstanding contributions and representation to Central Athletics for the month of September.

Please vote for one of the nominees as the “AllIndians September Athlete of the Month”

Here are the nominees:

Volleyball:  Sydney Wetlaufer – Sydney is a Junior Outside Hitter. She is currently leading our team with 209 kills and has a hitting percentage of .236. She is a consistent server with 88% serving accuracy and 26 aces. Sydney also plays back-row and has accumulated 172 digs and a serve receive average of 2.1 (out of 3). Sydney is our emotional leader, she has a contagious energy and competitive spirit that she uses to encourage and inspire her teammates.


Cheer: Taylor Miller – Taylor is a junior on the CHS cheer squad.  Taylor has been on the CHS Varsity Squad for three years.  She has been a competitive cheer team since she was six years old.  Taylor is an amazing back spot and can be heard at practice with some creative ideas.  Taylor is currently working on her double –full tumbling sequence!



Poms: Ellie Maguire – Ellie comes to practice every day with a smile on her face and a hug ready to give. She is always ready to work hard. Ellie is a great example of being a champion of character both in the classroom and while at poms.



Football: Landon Pasley  – The football program would like to nominate Landon Pasley for athlete of the month.  Over the last month, Landon has been a force in all three phases of football (offense, defense and kicking game).  In our last four games Landon has scored 2 touchdowns on offense and recovered an onside kick.  Defensively he has recorded 19 tackles (15 solo tackles), 6 tackles for loss, 1 forced fumble, and 4 sacks.



Soccer: Noah Cameron – During the month of September Noah Cameron has been our most consistent player. Noah has accumulated 47 saves during that time and only conceded 12 goals. The suburban red conference has 5 very consistent and competitive soccer teams. Opposing coaches know they are not going to score a lot of goals against our team because of our defense and because of Noah. Noah is a captain and a natural leader for the Central Soccer program. He performs at high level on the field and leads his team off the field as well. Noah is the back bone of our defense. There are plenty of times Noah helps to initiate some offense with is ability to punt the ball three quarters of the field to our forwards. We look forward to the rest of the season as Noah will only get better. 

Golf: Courtney Newman –  Courtney place 14 th in the CHS invitational, 3rd low score in the Maryville/ Lafayette trip at Fairview, low CHS score at Oak Park tournament, second low score at PHS, medalist at LB, Savannah, Lafayette quad at Moila , 9th at Conference (2nd team), medalist at Oak Park dual, and first team all -district on September 25th.



Tennis: Kim Le – On September 26th, we hosted Staley for second round of Districts. We had lost two doubles matches and won one, to put us down 1-2. We needed 4 singles victory to secure a spot in the District finals. As the duel went on, we had climbed back into the match and was tied 4-4 with Staley. It came down to Kim’s match to determine if we went on or not. Kim had lost the first set 2-6 and won the second set 6-4. Her and opponent split sets to force the match to a third set tie breaker. Kim left it all on the court and played her heart out and ended up winning the breaker 11-9. The last month of season Kim played tennis like there was no tomorrow. She went 5-2 over the month of September. 

Cross-Country:  Nathan Barry – Nathan has consistently been in our varsity top 5. His time of 16:43 at the Chile Pepper Festival in Fayetteville, AR last Saturday is the second fastest freshman time in the state right now. That puts him in elite company for Central athletes.