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Feed the Team

This week’s “feed the team” was Don Panchos. Thank you Maury!

Central XC hits the ground running in style.

Centrals boys’ and girls’ XC teams competed in the 15 team Claymont Invitational yesterday and what a strong opener for Central. Boys’ XC won the event with a very impressive score of 23. The Crusaders finished 1-2-5-7-8 led by Barrett Scheatzle with a 16:25, Ian Paul with a 17:10, Blake Abbott with a 17:36, Max

Central Football 2020

Central Football 2020: Central football 2020 begins Friday as we host New Phila. at 7 p.m. Central football evokes many memories and carries a storied tradition. One of these traditions is the Wednesday “Feed the Team.” Every Wednesday the coaches, parents, and sponsors band together and feed the team. Our first feed the team this

A big Central thank you!

Preparing a facility for athletic contests during a pandemic is a whole new ballgame. (Sic) Central Catholic has taken steps beyond the recommended to ensure the safety of all who attend the contest. Central Catholic thanks for following for their time, talent, and treasure during this process. God Bless you! Messrs. Levengood, Murphy, Winkhart, Fox,

Pat Padden

Congratulations Pat on your 35 years of dedication and hard work. Pat has become a staple at Central Athletic events over the years, one of our biggest supporters and a truly iconic figure in Central Athletics. Pat: May God continue to bless you and bless us with your presence at Central. A CRUSADER for LIFE!

Paying Tribute!

Aidan poses in front of his Eagle Scout Project paying tribute to all who served and protected. When you get the opportunity please stop by and pay tribute too.

Central Baseball signing!

Austin signing a national letter of intent to continue his academic and athletic career at Malone.

Central cheer reaching new heights!

Our cheerleading squad participated in the UCA cheer camp over the weekend. Three grueling days of skills, tumbling and stunting from early morning to early evening. On Sunday, their efforts were rewarded with the Blue Ribbon.