CCV Softball Update

th-1Grand Island Central Catholic Tops CCV

Last Thursday at Cairo Grand Island Central Catholic defeated the Centura/Central Valley Diamond 16 to 1 as the pounded out 14 hits.

The Lady Diamonds had five hits. Ragan Wood had two singles, Allyson Dugan a double, while Kilee Ackles and Shelby Behnk each had a single.

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GICC    023 0 11 = 16 14 1

CCV     100 0   0 =   1   5 4

article by John Smyth

 

Elementary Reading Challenge

The Centura Elementary Reading Challenge starts on Monday, October 3rd. Each grade level has different goals each month to reach, if a student reaches their goal, they will be able to participate in the end of the month activity. Students that reach all 7 months will have a special prize at the end of the year in May. Below is the list of monthly activities.

Grades K-2:

Oct.: Minute to win it; Nov.: Relay Races; Dec.: Board games with HS students; Jan.: Free Choice activities; Feb.: Beach Luau; Mar.: Pie in teacher’s face; Apr.: Water Fight

Grades 3-4 and 5-6: Same as grade K-2 or

Oct.: Grade vs. Grade Kickball; Nov.: Snacks; Dec.: Grade vs. Grade Dodgeball; Jan.: Free Choice Activities; Feb.: Board Games; Mar.: Pie in Teacher’s Face; Apr.: Water Fight

We hope that all students participate each month, it will help students’ reading abilities and they get to have fun. Parents, read to your children and watch them read and ask questions about what they are reading.

Good Luck

Reading For Education Magazine Booklets

Elementary parents, your child will be bringing home a booklet to be filled out with addresses of people you know. Each completed booklet will earn $5.50 for the elementary. All you have to do is fill out each booklet and have your child bring it back to school. There is no selling of any products. Each coupon filled out will be mailed to the address and those that receive it will have an option to buy magazines, but are not required to if they choose not to. This is not mandatory, but each booklet will help raise money for extra fun things students will do at school this year. Students that bring back their booklets will get a small prize and be entered to win a Minnion robot. Thank you for your help.

Centura falls to 3-1 on the season

The Centura football team suffered their first loss of the season to Hershey by a score of 14-18. The Centurions led the entire game until the last 42 seconds, when Hershey dropped back to pass on 4th and 9 and hit their receiver in the end zone.

This was a tough loss for the Centurions, but they battled very hard against a top 10 opponent.

The Centurions were led by Kaleb Johnson who ran for a team high 128 yards. Willy Packer caught two touchdown passes from Jose Guzman. The second touchdown put Centura up 14-6 in the 4th quarter, but that score would not hold up in the end.

Centura starts district play this week by taking on Central City at home on September 23rd.

CCV Softball Update

Lady Diamond Softball

The Centura/Central Valley Lady Diamonds (6-11) played three games in the eight team North Platte Softball Classic against three larger schools last Saturday.

Although CCV had a long drive home with three losses from the day, the coaches were proud of the way the girls performed. Their hitting was much better than it had been the past few games. We just need to concentrate on cutting down our fielding errors and just continue working on our mental toughness.

Scottsbluff 12, CCV 4

In their first game of the day CCV was defeated by Scottsbluff (11-8) 12 to 4.

CCV took an early 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning as Kilee Ackles and Allyson Dugan each singled. Ackles scored on a ground out by Ragan Wood and Dugan scored on a single by Shelby Behnk.

CCV tied the game at 3-3 in the top of the third inning on an over the fence home run by Shelby Behnk.

The bottom of the third inning was disastrous when Scottsbluff scored 8 runs as CCV could not catch a break.

CCV had 6 hits. Kilee Ackles and Shelby Behnk each had two hits, while Allyson Dugan and Molly Nitsch each had one hit.

CCV     202 1 = 4 r, 6 h, 3 e

Scott     218 1 = 12r, 8 h, 2 e

Chadron 14, CCV 5

In their second game of the day Saturday CCV was defeated by Chadron (7-12) 14 to 5.

CCV took a 4-0 lead in the bottom of the first inning as Allyson Dugan doubled, Kilee Ackles and Shelby Behnk each singled. A ground out by Reilly Young scored a run, and Ragan Wood tripled and then scored on a passes ball. Brylee Barr also had a triple in the inning.

CCV got their other run in the third inning as Reilly Young doubled, advanced to third on a ground out by Ragan Wood and scored on a ground out by Brylee Barr.

CCV had ten hits in this game. Two each by Allyson Dugan, Kilee Ackles and Shelby Behnk, with Reilly Young, Ragan Wood, Brylee Barr and Molly Nitsch.

Chadron 033 62 = 14 r, 16 h, 1 e

CCV     401 00 =   5 r, 10 h, 3 e

Lexington 4, CCV 1

The final game of the day saw Lexington (7-10) pick up their second win of the season over CCV 4 to 1 on Saturday. (The first game the score was 10-4).

CCV got their lone run in the bottom of the fifth inning as Shelby Budde singled, took second on a sacrifice bunt by Molly Nitsch, with Allyson Dugan and Samantha Sokol following with singles.

CCV had five hits, all singles. Allyson Dugan had 2, while Samantha Sokkol, Kilee Ackles and Shelby Budde each had 1.

Shelby Behnk pitched the entire 5 innings, allowing 6 hits, walking 2 and striking out 3.

LXNG   112 00 = 4 r, 6 h, 2 e

CCV     000 01 = 1 r, 5 h, 2 e

Articles written by John Smyth

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