Central High School
The Central Clay Crushers were proud to participate in the world’s largest shooting sport event in Alexandria on Monday, June 16. For six days, 5,620 student athletes representing 224 Minnesota high school teams competed for individual and team achievements in novice, junior varsity and varsity cl...Read More
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The second season of Trap Shooting wrapped up for the Central Raiders Clay Crushers on June 10. This season saw an increase of 25 participants in the sport from the previous year. Members ended the season with a banquet and a Fun Shoot that was open to team members and their families, as well as [.....Read More
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by ADAM GRUENEWALD NYA Times Central High School continues to showcase strong academic success and is being recognized for it. Most recently, Central was chosen as one of U.S. News and World Report’s best high school, receiving a bronze medal. Principal Tom Erickson said it was a first for Central...Read More
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Central senior Kaylie Brazil concluded her standout career by being named Minnesota River Conference Most Valuable Player for softball. Also, McKayla Lobitz was also named to the team with Megan Miller earning an honorable mention. For Mayer Lutheran, Mya Chmielewski made the team while sophomore So...Read More
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Central senior Isaac Hormann finished his high school career in strong fashion, winning his third consecutive Minnesota River Conference Most Valuable Player award for baseball. Also, Brice Panning, Hunter Rickaby and Carter Clemensen were also named to the team with Tanner Hoen earning an honorable...Read More
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