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Freshman Knights Volleyball Tame the mighty Bison

The Freshman made the 45 minute trek up to Benton Central tonight.  The team came out firing on all cylinders and quickly defeated the Bison in two straight sets (25-10,25-23).  The team now moves to a season record of 5 wins and 1 loss.  This group is fun to watch, they are getting better every

JV Volleyball Dominates again

For the second straight match, the Junior Varsity team dominated it’s opponent.  The team is starting to figure things out and is gaining momentum.  They defeated the Lady Falcons of Frontier in 2 straight sets (25-13,25-12).  The girls set the tone for the evening and really kick started the Varsity teams attitude.   WE ARE

Lady Knights, led by Martin’s 3 assists, defeat Delphi in conference opener 5-1.

Hoosier Conference opener for both teams with CC traveling to Delphi. Knights would pressure early but senior keeper McClain began with a save. It wouldn’t take long however for Knights to attack wide. In the 4th minute, Gerrety would lead Martin to the corner and her cross would find Dana Blichmann in stride as she

Broncos hold on to defeat Lady Knights 1-0

Second game of the season as Knights traveled down the street Aug 20 to Jeff. Broncos turf field would be adjustment for CC early as neither team possessed well and Broncos tested defense with high balls bouncing on the hard turf. Half would end scoreless with Broncos managing 2 of 5 shots on goal while

Freshman Winningham sets saves records in 4-0 JV loss to Raiders

JV match was played in greater heat prior to varsity match. Two goals each half earned the 4-0 win for the Raiders with 26 of 36 shots on goal. Defense under pressure all game with Winningham earning 22 saves, 11 in each half, both of which are JV school records. CC would not register a

Lady Knights compete in soccer opener vs Raiders but fall 5-2

Opening night Aug 18 at Harrison as the Raiders hosted the Knights. And it was hot with game time temps close to 90. Harrison began the game with good possession but had trouble keeping quality chances on goal. The Knights would spring Weeks on a breakaway for the first shot on goal but sophomore Hein