Central McLean’s Wyatt Wilson and Zach Cottingham did their best to keep their numbers nice and tidy Friday night, each rushing for an even 100 yards as the Cougars annihilated the Center-Stanton Wildcats by the score of 52-22 on the 9-man gridiron at Center.
Fishers who gathered at Hoffer’s Lake for the annual McClusky Sportsman’s Club Father’s Day fishing tournament were met with perfect weather. With little wind to disturb the water and mostly sunny skies, 71 fishers were there to try their luck at the "big one."
Four more Cougars will be making their way to this year’s State Track Meet this Friday and Saturday, as members of the girls 3200 meter relay team nabbed first place Friday afternoon at the South Central Region Meet in their two-mile event to clinch a berth at the state meet this Friday and Saturday at the Bismarck Community Bowl.
Home-field advantage doesn’t usually come into play at track meets, but Central McLean’s Mariah Sellon used her home field to give notice to her opponents that she’s in the hunt for a state title in the long jump, as she cleared the qualifying distance by more than a foot, leaping 17-6 to win the event at the Central McLean Invitational last Thurday.