Caleb Bennett scored 20 points in Friday's win.
Ten Benton wrestlers swept their opponents Thursday night.
LeBlond, Lafayette roll to home victories.
Kaitlyn Collins signed her letter of intent to play softball at Central Methodist University.
LeBlond survives a late Lawson run to win at home.
Lafayette takes down Central in city matchup
North Andrew knocked off No. 2 Stanberry Thursday night.
Truman downs Central at home Monday night.
Benton knocks off Smithville in MEC battle.
Blue Springs ends Central's three-game win streak.
Lafayette and Central both grab big wins.
Lady Indians carry 3-game winning streak into 2015.
East Buchanan edges University Academy, plus LeBlond girls rout Tarkio
Central continues to work toward ultimate goal with young team
Mid-Buchanan big second quarter helps lift them over DeKalb
Benton and Savannah close at half, but Cards pull away
Audrey Schank posted a state-qualifying time in 100 yard backstroke.
The Lady Indians are off to a 3-0 start.
Lafayette gets a big road win at Platte County, plus Benton overcomes a slow start to beat Maryville
East Buchanan wins the third place game from the KCI Tournament.
Benton wins home opener; Maryville knocks off Savannah.
Savannah and Chillicothe advance to the Savannah Invitational championship.
Savannah downs Central; Staley edges LeBlond.
Benton opens with a win over St. Teresa's.
Bishop LeBlond boys and girls win openers, Central falls to Staley.
Central, Lafayette go unbeaten in the St. Joseph City Basketball Jamboree at the Civic Arena.
Central's Joe Tieman signed his letter of intent Tuesday afternoon.
Central senior Holly Johnston signs to play tennis at Washburn.
Local athletes including Savannah's Clayton McGinness and Central's Cole Roberts sign letters of intent on Wednesday.
The 2014 All-City football team was released Wednesday evening.
Each city school eliminated on Tuesday
Central falls to Liberty North to end their season
Central graduate Cecil Bratton continues to improve after big debut with Bears.
Indians snag third win of the season with shootout in regular season finale.
Benton and North Platte won district titles Saturday afternoon in walk-off fashion.
After Central opened a 7-6 lead, Park Hill scored the final 35 points of the game.
Cheyenne Jackson drove in Benton's first run Wednesday night.
Maryville, LeBlond post soccer wins, Central sends one to state tennis championships.
The Indians improve to 2-5.
Indians win a battle of 0-5 teams, grabbing a 42-39 victory.
Benton gets a walk-off win against St. Teresa's.
Liberty rallies to beat Central; LeBlond tops Maryville in a rain-shortened game.
The Indians opened a 14-point lead, but Ray-Pec came from behind for the win.
Jordan Garr is in his second season on the Central football team.
Central softball won it's fifth game in a row Tuesday.
Benton, LeBlond claim volleyball wins, Central blanked on the soccer pitch.
The Lady Indians won three games Saturday afternoon.
LeBlond, Benton each come away with MEC wins Thursday.
The Indians drop to 0-3 on the season.
Central, Benton record wins in the City Soccer Round Robin.