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Sier, Raider Teams Victorious at Pekin Rifle Tournament

page-08.pdf-002The Raider rifle team captured most of the awards at the Pekin H.S. Rifle Tournament. Team members include, in front from left, Ashly Mueller, Josh Reitz, Brighton Sier and Brandon Olson. In back are Jason Finegan, Colton Henrichs, Nate Murphy and Lucas Stiegman.

The Iroquois West-Clifton Central Co-Op Raider rifle team traveled over snow packed roads to compete in the Pekin High School...

St. Joe-Ogden Defeats Lady Comets

page-07.pdf-000The varsity girls’ basketball team from St. Joe Ogden defeated Central High School’s Lady Comets, 46-29, in a January 25th game played at Parkland.

St. Joe led, 13-10, after one quarter; 27-13 at the half; and 30-20 following three quarters of play.

Emery Podowicz led Central’s scorers with 14 points. Sara Lemenager contributed seven points and was credited with nine rebounds.

The loss...

Dartball Update

On January 23, St. John’s of L’Erable won two of three dartball games with scores of 3-1, lost 4-1, and won the final game, 2-1.

In game one, Kevin Norden doubled in the top of the sixth inning and Don Hull followed with a home run in the top of seventh. Gerald Hubert doubled and Ernie Pitts hit a double with two outs for the final score.

In game two, Don McGuffin Jr. hit a solo home run...

Lady Comets Sneak Past Manteno, 49-47

Central High School’s Lady Comets defeated Manteno High School’s varsity girls’ basketball team, 49-47, in a Monday, January 13th game at Central.

Manteno led 15-11 after one period, but the Lady Comets took a 24-23 halftime lead. After three periods, Centralled, 34-31.

Emery Podowicz took game scoring honors with 22 points. She also grabbed nine rebounds.

“This was a hard fought...

Comets Defeat Tri-Point, 62-39

The Central High School varsity Comet basketball team defeated Tri-Point, 62-39, in at Central Saturday, January 11.

Central jumped out to a 24-9 first quarter lead and enlarged upon that to a 35-11 half-time advantage and 51-23 after three periods.

Scoring in double digits for Central were Justin Lemenager, 12 points; J.R. Caspary, 11 points; and Tommy Wellborn, 10.

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