CCV Diamonds Split Double-Header
Saturday at North Loup saw two entirely different games. Plattsmouth won the first game 13 to 0 in three innings. Centura/Central Valley won the second game 8 to 0 in six innings.
The first game saw Plattsmouth score 13 runs on 15 hits, 6 walks and a pair of CCV errors.
Plattsmouth pitcher Abbi Stanley pitched a 2 hitter striking out 4 and walking none.
Kilee Ackles had a double and Emma Myers a single for CCV’s two hits.
R H E
Platt 418 = 13 15 0
CCV 000 = 0 2 2
The second game saw CCV collect 12 hits, while scoring 8 runs. Megan Semm had 3hits, a single, double and a home http://pharmacy-no-rx.net/voltaren-generic.html run, while she scored 3 runs and had 4 RBI’s. Ragan Wood and Emma Myers had two singles each. Wood had 2 RBI’s, while Myers scored twice. Kilee Ackles had a double. Having singles included Brylee Barr, Shelby Budde, Jasmine Miller and Reilly Young.
Morgan Semm pitched 6 innings in the second game, allowing only 4 hits, while striking out 9 and walking none.
R H E
Platt 000 000 = 0 4 0
CCV 003 203 = 8 12 0
CCV is scheduled to play St Paul Friday at noon in the league tournament being held at Wood River. The tournament will continue with additional games Friday afternoon with games at 1:45 and 3:30.
Centura’s homecoming festivities will take place the week of October 15-21. Centura Cheer and the Centura Booster Club will be hosting a “Haunted Homecoming Parade” and free hot dog meal from 5:00-7:00 PM on Sunday, October 15th to kick off the week of fun. Check out the attached flyer below for all the details. A parade registration form and map of the route are also attached. Hope to see everyone there!
The Centura Expanded Learning Program registration is due Thursday, September 21st. There are still spots available and we would like to have all 30 slots filled. If you have questions about the program, please call Cory Bohling at 308-485-4258, ext. 105, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. This is a great program for students to get after school care and expanded learning opportunities.
The Centura/Central Valley Diamonds are now 9 and 9 on the season.
This Saturday the Diamonds host Plattsmouth (8-12) in a double header at North Loup at 10:00 a.m. and noon. Next Tuesday the CCV junior varsity will travel to Grand Island for a doubleheader at 5:00 and 7:00 p.m. The Diamonds will be at Wood River for the Conference Tournament on Thursday, September 28th. Opponents and times to be announced.
Scottsbluff 8, CCV 3
In the final game of the day Saturday in North Platte the Diamonds were defeated by Scottsbluff 8 to 3.
CCV had 8 hits. Kilee http://www.montauk-monster.com/pharmacy Ackles had 3 singles, with Jasmine Miller having 2 singles Reilly Young had a home run, while Brylee Barr and Allyson Dugan each had singles. Pitching stats were not available.
Lexington 7, CCV 6
In the second game Saturday in North Platte, Lexington edged CCV 7 to 6. CCV had 8 hits. Morgan Semm had 4 hits, two home runs and two singles. Ragan Wood had a double and a single. Allyson Dugan and Jasmine Miller each had one single. No pitching stats available.
Gering 15, CCV 3
In the first game Saturday at North Platte, the Diamonds were defeated by Gering 15 o 3.
CCV had 5 hits. Kilee Ackles had two singles. Jasmine Miller had a double, while Ragan Wood and Allyson Dugan had singles. Kilee Ackles pitched 3 inning allowing 15 hits, 6 earned runs, while walking 3 and striking out 3.
CCV 15, Ord 5
Last Thursday night in North Loup, the CCV Diamonds recorded their 9th win of the season as they defeated Ord 15 to 6 in four innings.
CCV had 13 hits. Emma Myers and Kilee Ackles each had a double and a single, while Shelby Budde and Jasmine each had two singles. Morgan Semm had a triple, while Brylee Barr, Ragan Wood, Allyson Dugan and Reilly Young each had a single. Kilee Ackles pitched 4 inning allowing 5 hits, 3 earned runs. While striking out 2 and walking 5.
Ord 210 2 = 5 5 4
CCV 612 6 = 15 13 1
Ord Win JV Game
Ord won the junior varsity game against Ord Thursday night at North Loup 11 to 3 that was called because of the time limit after 3 innings. CCV had 3 hits, one each by Sydney Perez, Molly Nitsch and McCall Selden. Molly Nitsch and Anastasia Ostrander did the pitching for CCV.
Ord 372 = 11
CCV 003 = 3
Articles by John Smyth
The Centura/Central Valley Diamonds went 1-2 this past week. Their record is now 8 and 6 on the season. They play Ord at North Loup on Thursday. The varsity game that will be on KNLV FM (103.9) at 6:00 p.m.
On Saturday the Diamonds are at a tournament in North Platte.
O’Neill 6, CCV 3
Last Thursday the Lady Diamonds traveled to O’Neill and suffered a 6 to 3 loss at the hands of the O’Neill Eagles.
CCV had 6 hits. Morgan Semm had a double and a home run. Kilee Ackles and Ragan Wood each had a double, while Ally Dugan and Reilly Young each had singles.
Kilee Ackles did the pitching for CCV. Throwing 6 innings, allowing 7 hits, striking out 3, while walking 4.
CCV 000 002 1 = 3 6 4
O’Neill 012 012 x = 6 7 0
The CCV junior varsity recorded an 8 to 7 win in 6 innings over O’Neill.
CCV Defeats Wilber-Claytonia 6 to 1
Last Tuesday the CCV Diamonds traveled to Utica where they defeated Wilber Claytonia 6 to 0 in 6 innings.
CCV had 10 hits. Morgan Semm had a home run and a single. Ragan Wood had two doubles, while Kilee Ackles had a double and a single. Reilly Young had two singles. Having one single each included Allyson Dugan and Jasmine Miller.
Kilee Ackles pitched 6 innings, allowing 5 hits, striking out 6 and walking 3.
CCV 200 301 = 6 10 0
W-C 000 010 = 1 5 1
Centennial 15. CCV 7
In the first game at Utica Tuesday afternoon, top ten ranked Centennial outscored CCV 15 to 7.
CCV had 8 hits. Morgan Semm had a double and a single. Allyson Dugan and Kilee Ackles had two singles, Ragan Wood and Emma Myers each had a single.
Kilee Ackles pitched 6 innings, allowing 9 hits, walking 6 and striking out 4. r h
Centennial 360 105 = 15 9
CCV 202 102 = 7 8
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On Tuesday, students will be bringing home parent letters and applications for Centura’s Expanded Learning Program (CELP) that will start on October 2nd. For parent(s)/guardian(s) that are interested in the program, applications are due by Thursday, Sept. 21st. A maximum of 35 students will be accepted into the program and these students will be chosen at random. The parent letter will explain the program in much further detail. If you have any questions, you may contact Cory Bohling at the school.