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Central Indians Win Varsity/JV Golf Match Against Benton Cardinals

Congratulations to the Central Lady Indians for their win against Benton tonight at Fairview Golf Course. Varsity and JV played tonight with both teams beating the Cardinals: Varsity 183-204 and JV 220-267. Central’s Ali Perry and Benton’s Jaida Cox tied for medalist, both with a score of 41. The medalist recognition went to Cox due to a

TIME TO REGISTER MY ATHLETE FOR 2020-21 WINTER SPORTS

St. Joseph, MO –  It’s time to register for the 2020-21 Central High School winter sports seasons.  Please login to your RMA account and update your information.  If you do not have an account follow the instructions below to get registered.  All Central athletes must have a physical form on file to participate in tryouts

Central Girls Tennis Team District vs Staley

The Central Girls Tennis Team took the court for the final time this season on Monday evening as they took on the Staley Falcons in the opening round of the Team Districts. Heavy winds and inconsistent play were detrimental to the team, resulting in a loss of 0-5. Starting at one doubles was the pairing

Central Varsity Golf Takes 1st Place at Conference — Ali Perry 1st Place Medalist

The Central varsity golf team competed in the Conference Tournament today at Paradise Point – The Outlaw, par 72. The girls took first place and won the Red Conference Division with a team score of 394. Park Hill South placed 2nd with 398 followed by Staley with 407. Central’s Ali Perry was the 1st place medalist with an 87;

Central Girls Tennis Individual Tournament

The Central Girls Tennis Team participated in the Class 3 District 8 Individual Tournament yesterday, hosted by Liberty North High School. Central was represented by Alisha Gupta and Lauren Anthony in singles play and the teams of Eugenia Rodriguez-Savage/Bailey Colgan and Caitlin Eivins/Katelyn Proper in doubles. Up first for the Lady Indians were the number