Central High

  • Raley was a three sport athlete for the Eagles



  • Volleyballers beat Lee Central and Buford


    Central’s Lady Eagles volleyball team strengthened their hold on third place with wins at home over Lee Central and Buford.

    Tuesday, Oct. 4, the Lady Eagles took care of Lee Central winning three games by scores of 25-12, 25-13, and 25-22.

  • Players of the game vs. Lee Central

    The first half of Friday’s game with Lee Central was the best defensive effort that we’ve had in several years,” Eagles defensive line Coach Donny Benton said. “Our mistakes gave them two touchdowns in the second half.”

    The Eagles’ defense was led by Ryheem Lockhart and Mark Hatten with five tackles each and Dedrik Shine with three tackles and a sack.

  • Eagles beat Lee Central 35-14 in region game



    The Central High Eagles continued their tradition of homecoming football wins as they whipped the Lee Central Stallions last Friday night by a score of 35-14. The win extended their streak to 36 years.

  • Deese played two sports for CHS Eagles

    This week we do not have to travel back too far to find our profile athlete for “Where Are They Now?” Carlton Deese played both football and baseball four years for the Eagles earning all-region honors in football as a senior and all-region in baseball his sophomore, junior and senior years. Carlton was also selected all-state as a senior and played in the North/South All Star Game at Myrtle Beach.

  • New Heights and JV cancel games and Cross country runs fifth at Cheraw

    Central’s cross country team finished fifth in the Fish Hatchery Invitational at Cheraw last Saturday.

    Team standings for the meet were Cheraw, Darlington, Hartsville, South Pointe Christian and Central.

    McBee participated, but didn’t have enough runners to count in the standings.

    Individual time for Central’s runners were Devin Coleman 20:30, Troy Hatcher 22:32, Nick Plyler 25:47, Jonathon Lowe 27:10, Marlon Coleman 27:13, and Jacob Dale 27:19.

  • Players of the game

    Central’s defensive line coach Donny Benton said he was proud of his defense and their performance Friday night in the Eagles’ 35-0 victory over the Buford Yellow Jackets.

    “The whole defensive team did an excellent job,” Benton said. “We played tonight like I knew we were capable of playing. Our goal each game is to keep the other team from scoring. If we do that, I don’t complain.”

  • CHS wins two varsity volleyball matches

    After splitting region matches last week defeating Cheraw and losing to Indian Land, the Lady Eagles are 3-3 in region play and 5-5 overall.
    Tuesday at Cheraw, Central whipped the Lady Braves 25-12, 25-17, and 25-22. Emily Bess led the Lady Eagles serving 16 of 17 with five aces. Amanda Clark also had five aces while Jada Rogers had three, and Taylor Lowery, Stephanie Davis, and Brittany Hubbell each had two. Clark had 11 kills and Brandi Cato and Rogers had three each. Bess had nine assists and Lowery had two.

  • CHS softball team receives championship rings

    Photos by Gary Phillips

  • Deese played for purple and white PHS Tigers

    This week we travel back, back, way back in time to find this week’s “Where Are They Now?” athlete.