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Shooters Win At National Collegiate Championships

John Finegan and Charlotte Gullquist, alumni of the I.W.-C.C. Raider co-op rifle team, won major awards at the N.R.A. National Collegiate Club Level Rifle Championships. The event was held at Ft. Benning, Georgia on March 14-16.

Finegan took silver in the three position 50 meter small bore rifle event with a 552/600 total. Both Finegan and Gullquist fired the 60 shot 10 meter standing position...

Raiders End Regular Season With NRA Competitions

page-07.pdf-000The Iroquois West-Clifton Central precision rifle team members recently participated in the NRA Junior Sectional Championship. Team members included, in front, from left, Josh Reitz, Brighton Sier, Ashly Mueller, and Brandon Olson. In back are Coach Jim Miller, Lucas Stiegman, Nate Murphy, Colton Henrichs, and Jason Finegan.

The Iroquois West-Clifton Central Raider rifle team fired the NRA...

Lady Comets Track Team Ties For First In 14-Team Indoor Meet At Mahomet-Seymour Saturday

page-03.pdf-005Central High School’s Lady Comets track team traveled to Mahomet-Seymour Saturday for a 14-team indoor meet. Central tied for first place with GCMS. Both teams had 72 points and Teutopolis was third with 71.5 points. In fourth place was St. Thomas More, 70 points.

Central’s 4x800m relay team of Meghan Gray, Hanna Gray, Katie Peters and Andrea Pace won first with a time of 10:50.76.


Nash 8th Grade Volleyball Team Wins Regional Title

page-01.pdf-003With hard work, comes success. The eighth grade volleyball team from John L. Nash Middle School did just that! The Rockets defeated Paxton-Buckley-Loda for the 3A regional championship game in Hoopeston on Thursday, March 13th. The Rockets improved their record to 16-5 and were to travel to Paxton Monday, March 17th for the sectional championship game against Monticello at 6 p.m.

Pictured in...

Senior Comets To Play In SVC All-Star Games

WGCY Radio in Gibson City will sponsor girls’ and boys’ All-Star basketball games featuring seniors from the Sangamon Valley Conference and Heart of Illinois Conference. The games will be at the GCMS High School in Gibson City Saturday, March 22. The girls’ game will tip-off at 6 p.m., a dunk contest, and then the boys’ contest.

Outstanding Central High School basketball players who...

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