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Nash Wins 3 Of 4 Games Over Bradley Teams

The seventh and eighth grade boys basketball teams from John L. Nash Middle School played teams from Bradley St. Joe’s and Bradley Central this week.

The Nash eighth grade team defeated St. Joe’s, 57-41, and won over Bradley Central, 45-42.

Against St. Joseph’s, Nash had nine players contribute offensively. Dustin Sweet, Blake Willis and Colton Potts all scored for the first time this...

8th Graders Romp Past Iroquois West, 60-26

The John L. Nash Middle School eighth grade boys’ basketball team defeatead Iroquois West, 60-26, Monday. “Our defensive energy was very good and it showed with 20-plus turnovers,” said Coach Harry Kunsch. The Rockets jumped out to a 12-4 lead and held on to lead 28-12 at the half and 46-24 after three quarters. The seventh grade Rockets lost their contest, 36-28.

Comets Win Over Peotone In Opener

The Central High School varsity boys’ basketball team defeated Peotone High School, 40-34, Tuesday night at Central. This was the Central Comets’ season debut.
Peotone led, 8-7, after one qurter and 18-16 at the half. The Comets took a 31-26 lead heading into the final period.

Comet Freshman Football Team


The 2011 Central High School freshman football team ended the season with a 6-1 overall record. Team members pictured in the front row are Brandon Schoon, Jacob Hendricks, Tyler Fisher, Becca Woods, Hudson Long, and Brock Cailteux. In the second row are Wyatt Covi, Will Kleinert, Zach Birge, Chris Garcia, Tom Hendricks, Ben Toberman, Victor Harling, Zach Kennell and Tony Zell.

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