Centura Girls Basketball Ends the Season at 12-10

Centura Girls Basketball came to an end on February 13th against the C-2 8 Sub District play againstDoniphan-Trumbull Cardinals.  The two teams had matched up two times before with each coming away with a 10 point lead.  Coach Thober reported, “The girls played a descent first half and had chances to really extend our lead as we were getting good shots, but they did not fall.”  He also said, “The second half the Cardinals came out and played a box and one on Emily and we were unable to get into a groove offensively.  We had some really good looks at threes and some opportunities in the post, but once again the shots would not fall.”  Coach Thober summarized by stating, “This was a tough way to end the season as we felt we once again let one get away.  We had great desire and effort as these girls prepared hard and played hard and with that I was pleased and proud of this group.”

Centura Girls vs. Doniphan-Trumbull  (Districts)

Scoring by Quarters

Centura           16        10        3          9          Total 38

Doniphan         8          11        14        12        Total 45

Leading Scorers

Claire Caspersen  8; Emily Krolikowski   12; Kaleigh Johnson   6; Brook Hostetler  9; Cydney Turek  3


Centura Expanded Learning Program Website Goes Live

Centura Expanded Learning Program (CELP) is an after-school program where elementary student can achieve a more in depth understanding of common subjects or events. For example, with the 2018 Winter Olympics occurring, the students learned the history of the Olympics and the countries that participate. Along with the expanded learning program, we have a variety […] Continue reading →

Centura Students Participate in Hall County Spelling Bee

Pictured left to right: Alison Brandt (5th grade) Finley Korinek (6th grade) Dillon Dubbs (7th grade)  Allie Ruhl (8th grade). Four students in 5th through 8th grades represented Centura at the Hall County Spelling Bee on Tuesday, February 13th.   Allison Brandt, Finley Korinek, Dillon Dubbs and Allie Ruhl.  The students competed in 5 rounds of […] Continue reading →