Lafayette Central Catholic Boys Varsity Football

  • Overall Record: 5 - 7
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Award Winners vs. Tri County

Send Me: David Schwartz Juice (O): Adam Dienhart “The Block” (OL): Michael Beardmore Swarm (D): Pete Spencer One Play Warrior (ST): Daniel Roach Gate Keeper: Adam Dienhart Hammer: Reece Buche Long John Silver Catch of the Day: David Schwartz Solid Blue Juice: Clayton Stover Solid Blue Swarm: Sam Seaburg

Football Knights Knock Off Tri County to Advance to Sectional Finals

Central Catholic got big plays from Offense, Defense, and Special Teams to beat Tri County 40-16 in the Sectional 42 Semi Final.  Wes Dulin threw 3 touchdown passes to Karson Kyhnell (9), Scott Lovell (47), and David Schwartz (30) to set the tone offensively.  Daniel Roach returned a punt 59 yards for a score and

Award Winners vs. North White

Send Me – Isaac Switzer Juice (O) – Wes Dulin “The Block” (OL) – Brian Munn (95%) Swarm (D) – Reece Buche, Kyle Onken, Nick DeBoy, Daniel Roach, Adam Dienhart, Mason Gray, Grant Kennedy, Evan Suppinger, Pete Spencer, Jacob Rogers, Scott Lovell One Play Warrior (ST) – Grant Kennedy Gate Keeper – Jake Rogers Hammer

Knights Take Down North White to Advance to Sectional Semi Finals

Wes Dulin went 20-28 for 309 yards and five touchdowns in the first half to help the Knights defeat North White on Friday night.  Wes completed passes to five different receivers in the first quarter (David Schwartz, Karson Kyhnell, Daniel Roach, Ky Schrader, Scott Lovell) to spear head the balanced offensive attack. Reece Buche scooped

Knights begin 1A Post Season Play at Home

Your 1A #12 (AP) ranked Central Catholic Football Knights will open up Sectional play at home this Friday against North White.  Kickoff will be at 7:00 at LaRocca Field.  Statistical leaders through week 9 are as follows: Passing: Wes Dulin – 90-157-6int 1077 yards 13 TDs Rushing: Ky Schrader – 114 carries 584 yards 7

Knights Take Homecoming Over Rensselaer Central 26-21

The Central Catholic defense made 2 crucial stops late in the fourth quarter to seal a 26-21 Homecoming victory over Rensselaer Central on Friday night.  It was an Evan Suppinger interception with less than a minute that helped the Knights win.  Clark Barrett took to the air early and often throwing for 189 yards and