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.
Central, LeBlond claim wins on the first night of the St. Joseph City Soccer Round Robin.
The young Indians get roughed up in Kearney, 49-0.
The Indians carry the youngest team of Jeff Wallace's tenure into 2014 after graduating 17 seniors.
The Lady Indians and Cardinals tied 0-0 in their three inning exhibition.
The Fighting Irish won each quarter of Friday night's exhibition at Missouri Western.
The Indian football team is in the middle of a five week study on the book "Season of Life."
Keaton Steele is the highest MLB draft pick from St. Joseph since Johnny Coy went in the 7th round to the Phillies in 2008.
Former Central pitcher Keaton Steele was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in 2012 and the Royals in 2013.
Maryville will face St. Pius in the district championship for the second year in a row; Central moves on to the semifinals.
Two LeBlond golfers and one Central golfer finish in the top 20 at the state tournament.
High school district baseball tournaments continue on Monday.
The Cardinals and Savages move to the semifinal round of districts after one-run wins.
Two St. Joseph high school athletes are realizing their dream to play in college.
Former Central Indian Hayden Steele hoping to carry Johnson County to JUCO World Series win.
Savannah beats LeBlond to win the MEC, while Central routs Oak Park.
Three Heartland athletic trainers are about to complete their first school year with Central, Benton, and Lafayette.
High school golfers earn trip to state, Class 2 sectional postponed until Tuesday.
Bishop LeBlond claims Class 2, District 8 title, Savannah claims third in Class 3, District 8.
Tanner Butterfield will continue his track and field career with the Cardinals.
The Eagles score the final five runs to beat Benton. Central's Joe Tieman had a no-hitter through the first four innings Wednesday.
Lafayette knocks off Central; LeBlond pounds South Nodaway.
The St. Joseph School Board approved a proposal that will start up wrestling programs at each public middle school.
LeBlond stays undefeated; Central can't keep the bats rolling
The Eagles scored a run in the bottom of the seventh inning to edge the Irish.
The Lady Indians dropped a home match Thursday night.
Alexa Franks scores five goals for Central soccer, while Joe Tieman tosses a one-hitter for Indians baseball.
Lafayette girls soccer set a school record in goals Wednesday night.
First-year head coach Brent Seifert led his team to victory over LeBlond on Wednesday.
Central falls in District semifinal; Lafayette moves past Chillicothe to title game vs. Savannah.