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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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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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Congratulations to Myles Beale who signed to play baseball at Northwood University!    

Boys Varsity Hockey

1 week ago

CATHOLIC CENTRAL COUGARS 3 vs PLYMOUTH WILDCATS 2 Dec. 6, 2019 By Regan Cleves BYRON CENTER, Mich. - The Catholic Central Cougars knocked off the seventh-ranked team in Division 2 on Friday, defeating the Plymouth Wildcats 3-2 at Southside Ice Arena. Jacob Onstott led Catholic Central to the victory, factoring in on all of the Cougars’ goals. Ryan McClelland collected his third win of the season, making 16 saves on 18 shots. Next weekend, Catholic Central (3-1-1; 1-0) will travel to Gaylord to play the Detroit Country Day Yellowjackets (3-2; 1-0) as part of the Division 3 Challenge. That game will start at 4 p.m. at Otsego County Sportsplex. Plymouth opened up the scoring at 3:58 of the first period, as on a delayed penalty, Jacob Serra popped home a rebound on a 2-on-0 to make it a 1-0 game in favor of the visitors. Catholic Central was denied a game-tying goal moments later on the power play, as Onstott pounded a rebound into the back of the net off of a shot from the top of the slot. However, the referees waved off the goal due to the net being knocked off, keeping the Cougars off the board. The Cougars did not get another chance on that man advantage. The Cougars could not be kept scoreless for much longer, though, as they were awarded a power play when Brendan Matey was sent off for interference. Soon after the ensuing faceoff, Onstott received a pass on the left wing boards from Nathan Rublein and put a shot on goal. Wildcat netminder Joel Drucker made the initial save but could not get to the rebound in time, as Harvey Holleman tapped it into the back of the net to tie up the hockey game at 1-1. With 3:04 elapsed in the middle frame, Jacob Onstott propelled Catholic Central into the lead when he received a pass from Ryan Rollins below the goal line and buried it past Drucker for his fifth goal of the campaign, giving the Cougars the 2-1 lead. With 8:03 left in the second period, Onstott picked up a loose puck along the left wing boards fed it into the slot to a wide open Rollins in who ripped it through traffic and past Drucker, giving Catholic Central the two-goal lead. McClelland shut the door in the second, turning aside all four Plymouth shots, while his counterpart, Drucker, made 14 saves on 16 shots. Midway through the third, Michael Izzy won a draw in the offensive zone, and a shot from the point went wide and ricocheted off the end boards. Brayden Goebel controlled it along the right side of the net and put it into the short side past a sliding McClelland to pull the Wildcats within one at 3-2. Plymouth pulled Drucker in favor of the extra attacker with exactly one minute remaining in regulation, but it was too little, too late as Catholic Central held on and triumphed over Plymouth by a score of 3-2. Three Stars: 1. GRCC Onstott (goal, two assists); 2. GRCC Rollins (goal); 3. PLM Drucker (32 saves, loss) Game Center: https://www.mihshockeyhub.com/game/show/27269752?referrer=5295104 ...

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Boys Varsity Hockey

2 weeks ago

This year, Catholic Central Junior Regan Cleves will be broadcasting Catholic Central hockey on the YouTube channel Cougar Puck Radio at bit.ly/cougarpuckradio. He will be joined in the broadcast boot...

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Boys Varsity Football

2 weeks ago

Congratulations to Coach Todd Kolster on his nomination for the 2019 Detroit Lions High School Football Coach of the Year Award presented by Farm Bureau Insurance of Michigan! The winner of the annual Coach of the Year award will be determined by vote from our five media panelists, as well as one vote from the general public.  The coach with the most votes from the general public will receive one vote to go along with the five media panelist votes to determine a winner.     We encourage your faculty, students, student-athletes, and community members to participate in the voting process by visiting www.detroitlions.com/ coachoftheyear ...

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Boys Varsity Football

2 weeks ago

State Championship Game Information:   Catholic Central vs. Detroit Country Day ...

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Boys Varsity Hockey

2 weeks ago

CATHOLIC CENTRAL COUGARS 5 AT GRANDVILLE BULLDOGS 3 Nov. 22, 2019 By: Regan Cleves JENISON, Mich.  - The Catholic Central Cougars opened up the 2019-20 campaign on Friday, roaring back from a two-goal deficit in the third period with four unanswered goals to defeat the Grandville Bulldogs by a tally of 5-3. Danny McIntyre and Drew Shively  scored their first goals in a Cougar uniform, while senior netminder Ryan McClelland turned aside 27 of 30 shots in the win at Griff’s Georgetown. Catholic Central (1-0; 1-0) will look to gain its first non-conference victory against Grand Rapids Christian (0-1; 0-0) next Wednesday in a 6:15 p.m. start at Eagles Ice Center. The first period was quite uneventful, as McClelland (nine saves) and Fisher (seven saves) shut the door for their respective schools, leaving the game scoreless after one period. The Bulldogs broke the scoreless contest when Matt Turcotte sent a long outlet pass to Jonathan Dubbink from his own end. Dubbink was all alone from the blue line, and he fired it past the glove-hand side of McClelland at 2:04 of the second. Andrew Uturo added to the Grandville lead at 8:24, as he received a pass in the slot from behind the net and snapped it off the left post and in to make it 2-0. Cougars captain Jake Onstott received an outlet pass at center, streaked down the right wing and put the Cougars on the board with 47 seconds left in the period. While the crowd was still settling down, Uturo picked up a loose puck in the right corner and snipped it short-side over McClelland’s left shoulder at 16:22 to regain the two goal lead for Grandville at 3-1. Ben Clay sparked the Cougars‘ comeback 3:56 into the final frame, as he tipped home a pass from Onstott on a 2-on-1 to bring the visitors to within one. Thirty seconds later, Bulldogs goalie Fisher misplayed the puck at the top of the circle, allowing Shively to pot his first as a Cougar to tie the game at 4:33. The Cougars took a 4-3 lead at 9:59 on the power play, as Onstott ripped a shot on goal from the hashmarks of the left-wing circle. Fisher got most of it, but it trickled behind him and lay on the goal line until McIntyre poked it home for the first of his high school career. The Cougars ended the night 1-for-3 on the power play, and killed off both of the Bulldogs’ man advantages. McClelland shut the door the rest of the way, finishing with 27 saves. Zach Grabowski  sealed up the game with 15 seconds left with an unassisted empty-net goal. Three Stars : 1. GRCC Onstott (goal, two assists); 2. GDV Uturo (two goals); 3. GRCC McIntyre (game-winning goal) Game Center: https://www.mihshockeyhub.com/game/show/27269546?subseason=641364 ...

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Boys Varsity Hockey

3 weeks ago

New start time for the 11/27 GR Christian vs. CC Hockey game at Eagle Ice Arena is now 6:15pm. 

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