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Decatur Central Basketball Varsity Girls falls to Roncalli High School 44-73

Sport Basketball Varsity Girls Home Score 73 Away Score 44 Game Recap The DC Lady Hawks basketball team lost their first road game of the season against a very tough Roncalli team 73-44. Leading the hawks in scoring was Kayla Williams with 13 points. Macy Walker also chipped in with 10 points. Box Scores Box

2013 Football Banquet

The 2013 Football Banquet will be held on Monday Dec 2 @ 6:30 PM in the HS Cafeteria. Tickets for parents will be on sale this week. See Coach Dixson with any questions…

Swimming Parent Meeting

The boys and girls swimming and diving teams will have their parent meeting on Tuesday November 12th at 6PM in the spectator seating area of the pool. Items that will be discussed include, but are not limited to: Introduction of new staff Athlete and Parent Expectations Locker Rooms Participation fee January Fundraiser Calendar changes Volunteer

Girls Swimming and Diving Preview

The girls swimming and diving team will take a new form this year. With the departure of nearly 50% of the team due to graduation, the team will rely heavily on its returning letter-winners to set the tone and expectations for a team that would be considered very young. Even though so many athletes were

Knapp Takes Sixth at GLVC Championships

Decatur Alum and Uindy standout Sutton Knapp posted an All Conference performance in saturday’s GLVC Championships.  Sutton placed 6th with a 22:08 for the 6K distance and a 38 second personal record.  She will be running in the Division II Regionals in a couple of weeks and with one small push stands a chance to

Hawk Harriers Wrap up Season

The Boys and Girls Cross Country Teams finished their season at the Semi State Championships on Saturday, October 26.  Sophomore Kyle Gross and Senior Amy Carpenter advanced there after qualifying individually out of both the Sectional and Regional Tournament. Amy Carpenter ran 19:33 to finish 41st overall and missed advancing by a mere 17 seconds.

Hawks had a season of big numbers