Wednesday was a good day for CCHS sports. Senior Ray Lomas, pictured here with Coach Roger Canepa, was named the Outstanding High School Boy Athlete of the Year at the SOS Club banquet for his success in football and wrestling this year. Ray recently signed a letter of intent to play football at San Jose State next year. The 2012 CC Raiders State Championship football team was also recognized as team of the year. The...
CCHS juniors Ivan Swalve and Spencer Stark both qualified for the CIF Master's Track meet on May 23 at Elk Grove High School in the discus. Ivan finished second at the section meet with a throw of 154 feet while Spencer came in third with a toss of 140 feet.
Central Catholic's Ladies Raider Softball Team completed an undefeated Western Athletic League season last week and are ranked fourth in Division 4. They play Kimball at Arnaiz Stadium in Stockton on Wednesday, May 15, to open the playoffs.
The Raider Men's Golf team completed the WAC season with a record of 12-0. This is the 3rd undefeated championship in a row for the Raiders. On May 6 the Raiders won the Division IV Section Title. They now go on to the Masters tournament on May 13 at Spanos Reserve in Stockton. Senior Andrew Bonner received MVP for the WAC and earned the Low Medalist award for the Divisional Tournament by shooting a 3 under par 68....
The CC Raiders football team received their State Championship rings at a recent pizza lunch put on by the coaches. Senior Rey Vega shows his blue and gold beauty off for the camera.
An 87-47 victory over Alma Heights Christian School at home on Wednesday evening has qualified the Raiders Basketball Team for a Division 5, Nor Cal play-off game on Saturday night at Kezar Stadium against number 3-rated University High of San Francisco. The game will begin at 7 p.m. Come and support your team!
The CCHS Football team, pictured here with coaches and Modesto Mayor Garrad Marsh, was honored by the Modesto City Council for their State Football Championship.
Junior girls victorious in the CCHS Catholic Schools Week Powder Puff Game, 8-0! What a great evening!
CCHS Senior Joey Abbate received early acceptance to Duke University. A stand-out wrestler and football player at Central Catholic, Joey will join the Blue Devils wrestling team next year. Joey, and his younger brother, Danny, also a wrestler, came to Central Catholic from St. Bernardís School in Tracy. Pictured with Joey is St. Bernardís principal, Gary Abate.
CCHS Senior Ray Lomas recently made a quick switch from football to wrestling. After winning considerable press in the Raiders' State Championship last month, Ray moved on to the wrestling arena and won the 170 pound title at the Sierra Nevada Classic in Reno over Christmas, taking all six matches.