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CENTRAL EYES CROSSTOWN RIVAL

St. Joseph, MO – The Central Indian football team has its sights set on crosstown rival Lafayette.  The Indians, coming off a 48-3 defeat at the hands of #5 Liberty, are eager to get back on the field Friday night against the Irish.   Game time is set for 7:00 PM, at Noyes Field. Central

GAMEDAY: LIBERTY VS CENTRAL

St. Joseph, MO – The Central Indians will kickoff the 2017 season under first year Head Coach Andy Ball tonight at Noyes Field.  Central is coming off a season where they won 3 of the last 4 games before falling in the District Playoffs to tonights opponent, Liberty. Game time at Central is set for

2017 ST. JOSEPH CITY FOOTBALL SCRIMMAGE

St. Joseph, MO –  The 2017 City Football Scrimmage is set to take place on Friday, August 11 at Noyes Field.  Gates will open at 6:00 PM, Scrimmage will begin at 7:00 PM. 2017 FOOTBALL SCRIMMAGE @ CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL Friday, August 11th, 2017, 7:00pm Benton, Bishop LeBlond, Central, Lafayette Location: Noyes Field GATE:  $5.00

INDIANS ANNUAL FB BLUE/WHITE SCRIMMAGE SET FOR SATURDAY

St. Joseph, MO – The annual Blue/White FB Scrimmage will be held this Saturday, August 5, 5:15 PM at Noyes Field.  Admission is FREE.  This is the first opportunity to see the Andy Ball led Central Indians on the field.  The FB team is accepting donations at the gate for POWERADE and LYSOL to keep

School Wire: Lee named first-team All Big 12

Former Central Indian Elijah Lee is seen as one of the Big 12’s best linebackers. The junior Blue Springs graduate was named first team All-Big 12 by the Associated Press on Tuesday, an improvement from his second-team selection a year ago. Please click here to view the whole story on News-Press Now!

Saint Joseph Central High School Varsity Football beat Raytown High School 36-30

Friday, October 7, 2016 7:00 PM Saint Joseph Central High School AWAY 36 Raytown High School HOME 30 Game Recap Central won a nail biter on Friday night. The Indians’ defense showed resiliency as it stopped Raytown with a goal line stand with under 10 seconds to play. The offense came became electric in the