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Central in regional final Saturday! win 400 for Coach! WOW

Hard to say goodbye!

Last night, Central Catholic struggled to say goodbye to three outstanding players and people as their basketball careers at Central came to an end. Erin Krupar                                              Ashley Schott           

It’s great to be sixteen again!

Alumni, students, family, future Crusaders, friends, Stark County: Please help us turn CCS Memorial Fieldhouse into a “Sea of Green” as Central plays LaBrae in the “sweet sixteen” on Wednesday at 6:15 p.m. For added incentive, Coach Creamer is sitting(sic) on 399 wins in his illustrious career. The “BOYS” are primed to bring home number

Central marches on!

The Central Boys’ Basketball team defeated number one seed and 21-1 South Range last night in the district semis. The team will travel to Salem on Friday to play in the district final against the winner of the Mogadore/Campbell game being played on Tuesday. Game time is set for 7 p.m. Tickets for the game

Salem Basketball Tournament Game!

Central will sell tickets for Monday’s Boys’ Basketball game at school on Monday. Tickets will be on sale until 3 p.m. Cost is 6 for adults and 4 for students at Central! All tickets at Salem are $6 at the door.      

Basketball “dribbles” on!

The boys’ basketball team defeated Rootstown 35-33 last night at Central. They move on to play number one seed South Range on Monday 7 p.m. in Salem in the sweet sixteen.

Records are meant to be broken!

Joey Mullen broke a school record in the 100 free last night at the State Swim Meet. The record stood for 24 years. The record was held by Bill Buell. Mr. Buell had addressed the team the week before the meet and predicted his record would fall. A humble and gracious man, A Crusader for

You could hear a pin drop!

The Girls and Boys Varsity bowling teams competed in matches against East Canton at Eastbury Bowling Center on Monday February 12th.   The girls lost their match 2,036 to 1,710; however, the 1,710 match score is a season high.  High game was bowled by Peyton Crumpler with a 185 and high series was bowled by

Girls’ Game Change!

Wednesday’s game versus Louisville has changed to a 6:30 start.  The game is in Louisville.