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Tue
22
Mar

Moreland earns all-state recognition


Riley Moreland

MFL MarMac basketball player Riley Moreland has received all-state honors from two organizations. The Iowa Girls Coaches Association named the senior to its second team, while the Iowa Print Sports Writers Association placed her on its third team.

 

Tue
01
Mar

Three Central boys basketball players recognized


Dan McGreal

Seth Bena

Corey Weber

Central junior Dan McGreal was the team’s top basketball player this season, earning second team all-conference honors in the Upper Iowa Conference. McGreal was one of two players to start all 23 games and finished with a team-high 320 points. He also led the Warriors in shooting parentage with 44.1 percent from the field, and was 35.2 percent on three pointers and 78.9 percent from the free throw line. Additionally, McGreal finished with a team leading 20 blocks and was second in overall rebounds with 108, but led Central in defensive rebounds with 87.

Tue
01
Mar

Six MFL MarMac boys basketball players named all-conference


Zach Driscoll

Wyatt Powell

Carver Blietz-Bentien

Kaden Stocker

Cullen McShane

Parker Kuehl

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
01
Mar

Upper Iowa all-conference basketball selections include five Bulldogs


Riley Moreland

Grace Anderson

Miranda Lang

Lakota Morrissey

Brooklynn Moon

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
01
Mar

Four Warriors named to all-conference teams


Delaney Scherf

Haley Frieden

Grace Kuehl

Ashlyn Scherf

Four Central girls basketball players were Upper Iowa all-conference selections this season.

 

Tue
01
Mar

Central wrestling reflects on season

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Tue
01
Mar

Bulldogs fall 60-42 in semifinal game


Bulldog sophomore Carver Blietz-Bentien shoots over a Panther player in the Feb. 22 semifinal loss. He scored four points and also led the team in rebounds. (Photos by Audrey Posten)

Senior Cullen McShane made three of MFL MarMac’s five shots from behind the arc against Monticello.

Freshman Zach Driscoll looks to make a move inside in the game versus the Panthers.

Sophomore Wyatt Powell edges past a Monticello defender.

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Wed
23
Feb

Berns earns Central’s first Iowa FFA Degree in 15 years


Junior Tate Berns has earned Central’s first Iowa FFA Degree in 15 years.

By Willis Patenaude, Times-Register

 

Wed
23
Feb

Schoulte the top freshman, third overall at weightlifting competition


MFL MarMac student Aiden Schoulte was the third ranked individual and top freshman in a recent Upper Iowa Conference weightlifting competition at Clayton Ridge.

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

Tue
22
Feb

McGeough only seventh Bulldog to make state wrestling finals


Gabe McGeough celebrates the semifinal victory that punched his ticket to the finals. He became only the seventh Bulldog wrestler to achieve this feat. “I had momentum building up in the tournament,” he said. “I was confident in my stuff.”

McGeough won the semifinal 4-3 over New London’s Dominic Lopez, who hadn’t lost a match all season and was favored by many to make the finals.

MFL MarMac senior Gabe McGeough placed second in Class 1A at 152 pounds at the IHSAA State Wrestling Tournament. He lost the championship match 3-1, in overtime, to defending state champ Wyatt Reisz.

McGeough attracted attention for his black cowboy hat and black shirt honoring late mentor and coach Al Reicks. “If Al was here, he’d just tell me to keep getting after it tomorrow and the next day. This cowboy hat, I’ve got to put it back on today, get back on the horse and keep going.”

By Audrey Posten, Times-Register

 

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