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Cougar Toss Fore Golf Winners 

 

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MHSAA State Football Semifinal 

 

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MHSAA State Football Semifinal 

 

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MHSAA State Football Semifinal 

 

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MHSAA State Football Semifinal 

 

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MHSAA State Football Semifinal 

 

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MHSAA State Football Semifinal 

 

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MHSAA State Football Semifinal 

 

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MHSAA State Football Semifinal 

 

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MHSAA State Football Semifinal 

 

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MHSAA State Football Semifinal 

 

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MHSAA State Football Semifinal 

 

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MHSAA State Football Semifinal 

 

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MHSAA State Football Semifinal 

 

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Girls Golf Team Achieves¬†Academic Team All State! 

 

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MHSAA Regional Final 

 

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MHSAA Regional Final 

 

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MHSAA Regional Final 

 

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MHSAA Regional Final 

 

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MHSAA Regional Final 

 

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MHSAA Regional Final 

 

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Boys Varsity Tennis Share 2019 Regional Championship! 

 

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Boys Varsity Tennis - OK Conference Champs!! 

 

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2019 Equestrian Team 

The 2019 Equestrian Team is on to Regional's this weekend (9/28) 

The 2019 Equestrian Team is on to Regional's this weekend (9/28)

2019 Equestrian Team 

 

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Var Girls Golf Takes 1st @ Comstock Park Jamboree (9/18) 

 

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MHSAA State Football Semifinal 

 

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Boys Varsity Baseball

2 months ago

ALL CATHOLIC CENTRAL ATHLETIC EVENTS: GAMES / PRACTICES / WORKOUTS / S&C  / Etc. ARE CANCELED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE...

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Boys Varsity Hockey

3 months ago

BYRON CENTER BULLDOGS 4 AT CATHOLIC CENTRAL COUGARS 6 Feb. 22, 2020 By Regan Cleves BYRON CENTER, Mich. - Catholic Central ended its regular season in style  on Saturday, eliminating a two-goal deficit with four unanswered goals en route to a 6-4 victory over Byron Center. Grant Coykendall single handedly spurred the comeback with a hat trick in the first half of the third, while Harvey Holleman helped out with a goal and an assist. Catholic Central, finishing out the season with a record of 12-10-3 and an OK Rue Conference championship, will take on the Mattawan Wildcats, 17-8-0 in the regular season, in a rematch of the Regional Quarterfinals of last season's playoffs. The Cougars came out on top of that one with a decisive 5-0 victory. It didn't take long for the seniors to get on the scoresheet in their final home game in a Cougar uniform. Coykendall steamed down the wing and sent a feed right into the slot for a wide-open Holleman, who redirected it through the five-hole of Levi Sall, to give Catholic Central a 1-0 leadat 4:28. That goal marked Holleman’s third of the campaign and his second in as many games, as he scored in Friday’s defeat to Forest Hills Northern/Eastern. Byron Center answered quickly, though, when Ryan Pratt jammed home a rebound off of a scramble in front with 10:35 remaining to collect his first of the campaign and tie up the game, with assists going to Luke Nicholas and Nik Shepers. Byron Center took the lead on a power play when Carson Vincent popped home a rebound of Nicholas’ shot from the left wing circle at 14:28 of the second. Fireworks erupted 30 seconds later when Ben Clay cross-checked a Bulldog into the net, drawing a crowd. Connor Middleton drew an unsportsmanlike conduct minor, saying one too many things and canceling out the Catholic Central penalty. The Bulldogs pushed their lead to two goals 2:22 into the final frame, when Joshua Froysland let it fly from the left point, beating Ryan McClelland over the blocker to make it 3-1 in favor of the visitors. Catholic Central responded 32 seconds later, when Coykendall found a loose puck along the left side of the net and stuffed it through a gap in Sall’s pads as he tried to seal the post. Coykendall tallied his second of the night when a Kevin Patterson shot took an odd carom off of the end boards. Coykendall poked away at it and eventually put it into the net, pushing Sall’s pad behind the goal line and tying up the game at three apiece 6:13 into the third. The sophomore forward gave Catholic Central the lead a minute later with the Cougars’ third unanswered goal, picking up a loose puck at the line and streaking in on the left wing. The left-handed shot let it go from the left wing circle and beat Sall by the blocker short-side, making it 4-3 in favor of the hosts. Clay extended the Cougar lead three minutes later, firing a shot from the right wing circle to give Catholic Central its fourth unanswered goal at 10:07 and make it 5-3. Byron Center wasn’t done yet, as shortly thereafter, the Bulldogs were brought back within one thanks to a Josh Froysland goal, as he put home a shot on the left wing to beat Catholic Central’s senior netminder by the blocker. The Cougars iced the cake with 52 seconds remaining in the game, as Jacob Onstott picked up the puck in his own zone and fired it the length of the ice and into the empty net, making it six on the night and giving the cougars the 6-4 victory and the OK Rue conference championship Three Stars: 1. GRCC Coykendall (3 goals, assist); 2. BC L. Nicholas (3 assists); 3. GRCC Holleman (goal, assist) Game Center: https://www.mihshockeyhub.com/game/show/27046646?subseason=641364 ...

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Boys Varsity Hockey

3 months ago

CATHOLIC CENTRAL COUGARS 1 at REETHS-PUFFER ROCKETS 2 Jan. 15, 2020 By Regan Cleves MUSKEGON, Mich. - The Catholic Central Cougars dropped their second straight in-conference game on Wednesday, with their power play going 1-6 en route to falling to the Reeths-Puffer Rockets by a score of 2-1. Matt Herniman, Nolan Convertini, and Quinn Fowler all collected two points for the Rockets, while Nick Meyering made 23 saves on the way to collecting his 11th win of the campaign. Catholic Central (7-5-3; 4-2) will return home to Southside Ice Arena to take on Saginaw Heritage (10-1) on Saturday at 3 p.m. This will be the first time since the finale of the 2015-16 season that these two schools have played. Catholic Central’s penalty kill was put to the test immediately in a first period that had over 11 minutes of penalties between the two schools. Shayne Kwiatkowski took Fowler to the boards from behind just 22 seconds into the contest and was assessed a five-minute major and a 10-minute misconduct. Catholic Central was able to stifle the Rocket power play, only allowing a couple of chances to slip by and reach Ryan McClelland . The Cougars soon went on three straight power plays but couldn’t capitalize on any of them. Early in the second period, Kwiatkowski coughed up the puck at the side of the net and ceded control to Herniman. He avoided the poke check of McClelland and walked in front and roofed it over the shoulder of the Cougar netminder and made it 1-0 in favor of the hosts just 2:36 into the middle frame. That one-goal Rocket lead would hold until, with 5:33 remaining in the game, Fowler picked up the puck off of the draw and fired it past the glove of McClelland. It rang off the right post and ricocheted off of the goaltender and in to extend the Reeths-Puffer lead to 2-0. Catholic Central sparked a hopeful comeback about a minute later when Dylan Stawski was sent off for a rough at 12:47. On the ensuing man-advantage, Jacob Onstott sent a shot skittering along the ice from the left point. Zach Grabowski , providing the screen in front, was able to tip it past the outstretched pad of Meyering to bring the Cougars back within one. Catholic Central pulled McClelland with a minute to go and got a couple of chances but couldn’t capitalize. Three Stars: 1. RP Herniman (goal, assist); 2. RP Meyering (W, 23 saves); 3. GRCC Onstott (assist) Game Center: https://www.mihshockeyhub.com/game/show/27269867?subseason=641364&referrer=5295104 ...

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Boys Varsity Swim

3 months ago

For the last dual meet of the season Catholic Central competed well against one of the top ranked teams in the state. Many swimmers swam season best or person record times, setting the team up for a g...

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Boys Varsity Swim

3 months ago

The team swam a fantastic meet against Jenison last night! There was great team spirit which led to some lifetime best swims... the team is looking good for even more PRs at conference.  ...

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Boys Varsity Hockey

3 months ago

Come out this Saturday (2/15) to support your CC Cougars Hockey Team as they battle cancer in their game v. West Ottawa at 3pm, at Southside Ice!  Players will skate in honor of friends...

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