NYA Boys Basketball
When playing at their best this season, the Central boys attacked the basket with speed and played an aggressive game at both ends of the court. In the playoff opener at Mayer Lutheran last Thursday, March 7, however, the No. 5 Raiders strayed from that success formula and the result was a 53-37 los...Read More
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With a pair of games scheduled against Minnesota River Conference foes that had bested them in close contests earlier this season, the Central boys’ basketball team had retribution in mind last week. That goal was only partially achieved, as the Raiders fell 66-61 at Belle Plaine on Tuesday, Feb. ...Read More
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After a win over St. Clair and a gritty Minnesota River Conference loss to Watertown-Mayer last week, the Central boys’ basketball team’s record stands at 16-7 with just three regular season games remaining. The Raiders are tied for fifth place in the MRC, but have a chance to chip away at three...Read More
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With a double-overtime victory at LeSueur-Henderson and a two-point win at Jordan last week, the Central boys’ basketball team has climbed into a tie for third place in the Minnesota River Conference. The Raiders defeated the Giants 73-71 on Tuesday, Feb. 5, then took down the Hubmen 57-55 on Frid...Read More
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A mid-season slump stretched to four games with a loss to Sibley East, but the Central boys’ basketball team bounced back with a pair of wins last week. The Raiders went on the road and fell 60-56 to Sibley East on Tuesday, Jan. 22 before picking up back-to-back wins over Tri-City United by a 75-4...Read More
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For the first time this season, the Central boys’ basketball team is experiencing a slump. The Raiders lost their only game last week 66-64 to Belle Plaine on Thursday, Jan. 17, extending a mini-losing streak to three games and dropping them into sixth place in the Minnesota River Conference with ...Read More
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