Lafayette cruises past Benton, while St. Joseph Christian gets first win under Clay Linebach.
Lady Indians knock off Platte County in the first round of the Liberty North Invitational Tournament.
Maryville's Brody McMahon, Trent Nally and Hamilton's Kellen Overstreet earn Player of the Year honors.
Irish and Lady Irish combine to go 5-1 to capture Jamboree Championships.
The 2013 St. Joseph All-City Football team was announced Wednesday evening.
Central's season comes to a close with a 38-6 loss at Staley.
The Indians will have four competitors in a combined seven events at the state swimming and diving championships next weekend.
Central rolls to a semifinal rematch with Staley by knocking off Oak Park 47-0.
Bishop LeBlond, Mid-Buchanan set to battle for the Class 2, District 16 volleyball championship.
District semifinal volleyball matchups are set for Tuesday.
The Indians improve to 5-4 on the season.
Indians drop Park Hill 48-20 on senior night.
The field is set for the 2013 Girls Golf State Championships.
Indians push past weather delay to claim 28-7 victory.
Central tennis, Savannah soccer pick up wins Tuesday.
LeBlond, Savannah, and Chillicothe advance in girls tennis districts.
Indians can't punch in the go-ahead score in the final minutes.
Central's senior quarterback sits down as the Indians prepare for Raymore-Peculiar this Friday.
Lafayette, Bishop LeBlond, and St. Joseph Christian all post volleyball wins.
Central softball player Caitlyn Lindstrom was surprised by her father via Skype on senior night.
The Indians scored on the second offensive play to set the tone Friday.
LeBlond softball, Lafayette volleyball and soccer come out with wins Tuesday.
Bishop LeBlond claims wins in softball, volleyball, and boys soccer.
Indians drop their second straight road game.
Central, Savannah suffer losses on the softball diamond.
LeBlond went 3-0 against Benton, Central and Lafayette Saturday.
Indians fall to 1-2 after a 43-0 loss to the No. 1 team in Class 5.
LeBlond softball and boys soccer both come up with wins Tuesday.
Indians erase 12-point deficit for first victory of 2013.
LeBlond soccer sweeps the city round robin; Central softball splits a pair of games Thursday.
The City Soccer Round Robin continued Wednesday.
Bishop LeBlond, Lafayette claim victories to on day one of City Soccer Round Robin.
Blue Springs - the number one team in Class 6 - beat Central Friday night.
The Indians open the season against the top ranked team in Class 6, Blue Springs.
Central won two quarters and lost one Friday night.
Maryville graduate Jonathan Baker scores four times in 26-26 tie at the University of Central Missouri.
Girls grades 6-12 are taking part in the Central Volleyball Skills Camp this week in St. Joseph, run by new head coach Cassie Halling.
Steele was named All-SEC in his first season at Missouri.
Results from the final day of the Class 4 Track and Field Championships.
Benton's Ellis, Central's Bachmann brothers will compete this weekend at state track.
District Championship matchups set after full Monday slate.
Assistant football coach and graphics teacher, Kyle Arnold, creates graphics for Central Football and beyond.
Savannah Baseball defeats Benton in MEC duel, Central falls to Park Hill South.
Big second inning propels Panthers to 13-6 win over Indians.
Bishop LeBlond baseball, girls soccer post victories on Monday.
Central edges Lafayette with late run, while Bishop LeBlond knocks off Benton by a nine-run margin.
LeBlond takes out Benton 11-1, while Central edges Lafayette 2-1.
Central falls in overtime thriller, West Platte stays unbeaten.
Lafayette Boys, Central girls claim victory at home.
The coach's creations are used at the Division I college and pro level.
Lafayette, LeBlond Boys score conference wins in packed Tuesday slate.
Bishop LeBlond Boys, Central Girls get back on the winning track Tuesday night.
Lady Indians stay unbeaten through early 2013 with a 45-38 victory.
Benton Girls' championship highlights the end of tournament play for city teams.
Lafayette Boys fall for the first time in the Neosho Tournament.
Indians fall to unbeaten Blue Springs South 64-56.
Indians drop home tilt with Suburban Conference foe, 57-48.
Lady Indians drop a 44-39 decision to their conference foe.
Central knocks off the Blue Jays 39-31.
Brady Rodney named to All-Tournament team after loss to Liberty.
Kevin Kelley has 500 career wins through stints at Troy, Savannah, and Central.
Kevin Kelley still sitting on win number 499 after 49-24 loss to Kearney.
All-State selection Shun Williams is the Indians' lone returning starter.
Central hangs in early, falters late to Falcons 48-27.
Derek Gray's four first half scores fuel the Indians.
Central gets its second straight win, the latest coming over winless Ruskin.
Indians break two-game skid, beat Park Hill 32-29.
Central falls below .500 after a loss to Park Hill South.
Central's two game win streak ends against Ray-Pec.
After losing 8-0 to Raytown South in the playoffs in 2011, the Central Indians return the favor Friday night.
The 2nd ranked team in Class 5, Lee's Summit West, takes care of Central on Friday night.
Central pulls away from Platte County in the second half.
Blue Springs dismantles Central in the season opener from Noyes Stadium.
Indians pick up wins over Benton, Bishop LeBlond
Raytown ends Central's season with an 8-0 win on a sloppy night.
Corey Jackson: 18 car, 147 yds, 2 td's
Corey Jackson's Scores Five Touchdowns, Indians Scores 31 Unanswered
Indians Force Up Tempo in Win
The Pirates score a late touchdown to beat the Indians, 19-15.
Lee's Summit North comes back from 14 down to beat the Indians.
Future Missouri Tiger on Display at Noyes Field
The Central High School Indians will collect donations on October 14 during their game against the Oak Park Northmen.
Central head coach Jeff Wallace had what would be a tough task for most coaches in the off-season: replace the starting quarterback.
The annual City Jamboree kicked off the unofficial start of football season, offering a preview of four high schools.
Park Hill Ends Central's Season
Central's hopes of it's first playoff berth in 20 years is cut short by Staley.
Ryan Wallace and the Indians drop to the Blue Jays 27-14
Indians Surpass 09's Win Total
Central 48, Truman 0
Central wins on the road 49-38
Indians Offense Sputters in Loss
Jeff Wallace Suffers 1st Loss as Central Head Coach
Wallace Era Begins With a "W"