Ben’s April MLB Baseball Predictions

By Ben Newman It’s April and that means one thing: Baseball is back. America’s pastime started off with a bang this past week, so it’s time to see which direction things are headed. Giants’ Turn This year is an even numbered year and that means the San Francisco Giants will probably win the World Series having won championships in 2010, 2012, 2014. They started this … Continue reading Ben’s April MLB Baseball Predictions

Off Season Workouts Keep Athletes on Target

By Kylee Heintz, Allyson Green, and Jessa Nayman When it comes to sports, everyone’s attention is on the in-season athletes. However, behind the scenes, Central’s numerous off-season athletes are working just as hard. Here’s how some of our athletes are keeping their skills sharp. As a football player you want to stay big. “It’s important for them to take downtime in December, they need the … Continue reading Off Season Workouts Keep Athletes on Target

Cobbler Cheerleaders Win Spirit of Six Award

By Christian Frederick After a solid outing by the Cobbler girls basketball team at the state tournament, the cheer team was selected to win the Spirit of Six award for girls basketball. This is the third year in a row Central has been awarded the Spirit of Six for either boys or girls basketball. During halftime of the championship game between Aberdeen Central and the … Continue reading Cobbler Cheerleaders Win Spirit of Six Award

Boys’ State Basketball Wrap-Up

By Austin Lammers S.F. Roosevelt 63, RC Central 52 The Central squad met Sioux Falls Roosevelt in the first consolation round at the Sioux Falls Arena on Friday. The fifth-seeded Rough Riders looked to bounce back after a loss at the hand of Pierre on Thursday, and Central looked to keep the momentum after surprising first-seeded Sioux Falls Washington with a close game. After trailing … Continue reading Boys’ State Basketball Wrap-Up

My Brackets are Busted and My Life is Over

By Ben Newman The NCAA Men’s 2016 Basketball Tournament began yesterday with a bang, and the bang was my bracket predictions exploding. When they call it March Madness they’re not kidding. The most exciting part of the tournament (other than rooting for your favorite team) is filling out a bracket. Well after Day 1 almost everyone’s bracket is busted. Of all the brackets submitted only … Continue reading My Brackets are Busted and My Life is Over