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Centura Boys and Girls Basketball Players Receive LouPlatte Honors

  The LouPlatte Conference meeting was held March 14 at Riverside Golf Course where LPC basketball coaches selected first-team, second-team, and honorable mention student-athletes to receive LouPlatte Conference basketball awards.  The following Centura students were recognized:

First Team All Conference:  Emily Krolikowski;  Joe Carey

Second Team:  Dawson Caspersen

Honorable Mention: Brooklyn Hostetler; Ben Oman and Noah Wooden

Congratulations to the athletes and their coaches.

 

Centura Boosters Youth Basketball Tournament

The “Centura Booster Club” will be hosting the Fourth Annual Loup River Shootout for 4th through 8th grade boys and girls on Saturday, February 17th and Sunday, February 18th. Games will be played at Centura and the Cairo Community Center. Download the form below for complete details and registration.  Entry forms, payment, and waivers are due by January 29, 2018. For more information, please call Karin Noakes at 308-390-5011 or email CenturaBoosters@gmail.com.

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Girl’s Basketball Split Games Last Week

Centura Girl’s Basketball split games last week against Central City and Adam Central.

Centura traveled to Central City for a match up in the LouPlatte Conference.  This is the first year that the Bison are members of the LouPlatte Conference.  In the game against Central City Coach Thober reported, “The team played very hard in the first half, however they were not able to get their offense clicking.  Luckily, during the second half of the game the girls started shooting the ball well and were able to pull away by making a couple of runs.”

Scoring by Quarters   

Centura           9          11        15        17        52

Opponent        8          9          11        9          37

Caspersen 6/ Semm 13/ Krolikowski 17/ Johnson 7/ Hostetler 5/ Simdorn 6/ Holcomb 4

Centura traveled to Adam Central for a non-conference basketball game.  IAt the start of the game, the Centura girls came out with great intensity, finding themselves down by  only 3 at the end of Quarter 1.  The intensity was short lived as the Centurions were unable to match AC’s intensity in the second quarter were the Patriots outscored Centura 17-8.  Coach Thober  recounted that Centura was outplayed and out hustled most of the game.  Coach Thober gave credit to Adam Central as he suggested they played really well.  It is back to work for the girls hoping to improve their play.

Scoring by Quarters

Centura           10        8          5          8          31

Opponent        13        17        9          6          45

Caspersen 5/ Semm 7/ Krolikowski 13/ Johnson 8/ Simdorn 2