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Knights move on to Semi State

The Knights came out early in each set trying to establish the tempo of the match.  After early leads in each set, the Hornets were able to make it close, but the Knights were stead fast and continued to be disciplined in their attack.  With strong serving and a balanced hitting night, the Knights defeated

C.C. Volleyball Wins Covington Sectional

The Central Catholic Girls Volleyball defeated Covington  (25 – 20, 25 – 19, 25 – 20) in the morning session of the Covington IHSAA volleyball sectional.  Later that evening, the squad defeated Rockville (25 – 21, 25 – 19, 25 – 12) to capture another sectional crown in convincing fashion.  The Knights will travel to

Knights Football Advances To 2nd Round of State Playoffs

The Knights defeated Taylor High School Friday night at LaRocca Field 72 – 6 to move to the 2nd round of the 2014 IHSAA football playoffs.  The Knights will travel to Delphi to square off against the Oracles for the second time this fall.  The Knights defeated Delphi 47 – 0 in the season opener

Schafer and Sterrett Advance

Alex Schafer advanced to the cross country regional as an individual for the 2nd year in a row.  Alex was the 3rd finisher from non qualifying teams thus advancing to next Saturday’s Harrison regional at the Tippecanoe Amphitheater. Sydney Sterrett will be making her first regional cross country appearance as well.  By virtue of her

Central Catholic High School Varsity Football falls to Rensselaer 0-9

Varsity Football Saturday October 11th, 2014 12:00 AM Knights Away 0 @ Rensselaer Home 9 Game Recap The Knights traveled to Rensselaer and were defeated 9 – 0 on two scores late in the fourth quarter. Box Scores 1 2 3 4 Away Team 0 0 0 0 Home Team 0 0 0 9 Game

CC shuts out BC 10-0 to open Sectional play

The Class A, #13 ranked Lady Knights opened Sectional tournament play against the Lady Bisons. CC got on the board early as BC fouled CC along the sidelines in the 4th minute. Bobillo sent a driven cross into the box where Weeks was crashing. Rice was there for the block but the ball was kept

Hoosier Conference Cross country Meet

The Knights cross country team battled the cold and windy elements Saturday at the Hoosier Conference Meet at Rensselaer.  Sydney Sterrett paced the girls with her 18th place finish.  Kristy Chelius placed 35th.  The boys placed 6th as a team with 144 pts.  The Knights were paced by junior Alex Schafer’s 18th place finish.  Other

Lady Knights defuse Bombers 6-1 to finish undefeated in the Conference

CC traveled to Rensselaer for the Bombers Senior Day and season ending conference matchup. Rensselaer was seeking redemption after having to play out of the losers’ bracket in the past weekend’s tourney. CC was riding high as Hoosier Conference Champions and entered with 6-0 record vs conference competition. Game time included temps under 40 degrees,

White and Ortman Lead the Boys Team to a Win in CC’s Six-Way Meet

Central Catholic hosted five other middle school cross country teams under wet and muddy conditions on Thursday evening.  The girls race began at 6:00 PM, which was just after a short burst of rain passed through.   Clinton Prairie’s Mellody Tolley took the lead at the race start and was about 5 seconds ahead Central Catholic’s