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  • Centennial Roundup

    JOSHUA A. BICKEL/THISWEEKSPORTS
    Gus Ricksecker, a senior who was first-team all-league after batting .440 with 29 stolen bases last season, is one of six returning starters for the Centennial baseball team and second-year coach Mitch Fleisher.

    Baseball team boasts experience

    The Centennial High School baseball team is loaded with experience, as six starters have returned from last year's squad that finished 14-7 overall.

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Baseball | Softball | Lacrosse - BoysGirls | Track & Field - BoysGirls | Boys Tennis | Boys Volleyball

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City Notes

Eastmoor Academy, Walnut Ridge advance to state

Although the Eastmoor Academy boys basketball team is making its first appearance in the state tournament and Walnut Ridge hasn't been to state since winning the Class AAA title in 1971, at least their coaches have some experience at that level.
City League Notes

Boys teams show depth with district titles

Of the 10 boys basketball championship trophies handed out by the Central District last weekend, five went to City League programs, including four from the City-South Division.
Centennial Roundup

Boys finish season with loss to Scots

Centennial High School boys basketball coach Roosevelt Osborne knew his team would need to play a nearly flawless game to beat Walnut Ridge in a Division II district semifinal March 11 at Columbus East.
City League Notes

Eastmoor girls earn district championship

When the second-seeded Centennial High School girls basketball team decided to go into the same bracket as top-seeded Eastmoor Academy at the Division II district tournament draw last month, the Warriors took it personally.
Centennial Roundup

With Thomas out, Stars bury 76ers

The Centennial High School boys basketball team was momentarily stunned when its best player, Joe Thomas, had to be taken to a hospital during the first half of its Division II district tournament game March 7 at Independence.
City League Notes

Boys basketball teams eager for tourney

Staying busy hasn't been easy over the past few weeks for several City League boys basketball programs.

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