Curran McLaughlin

01/23/2019 - 12:43pm
South Central Calhoun had a full week of wrestling meets, including a two-day tournament. The Titans started the week with a quad meet in Woodward, facing AC/GC, Baxter and Woodward-Granger. The team went 2-1 on the night including a narrow victory over AC/GC and a loss to Woodward- Granger. SCC wrestled at OABCIG in Ida Grove on Friday and Saturday at the Herb Irgens Invitational. For the full...
01/23/2019 - 12:42pm
Cheers and boos hailed down on the players from No. 5 South Central Calhoun and Pocahontas Area in the third quarter The Jan. 15 matchup in Rockwell City came to a standstill. With SCC in possession of the ball and Pocahontas playing a very relaxed man coverage designed to block the lane, both teams dared the other to blink first. Three minutes...
01/09/2019 - 9:06am
Titans wrestling came back with needed rest and two pounds to wrestle at the Crusader invitational at Coon Rapids- Bayard High School on Saturday. South Central Calhoun outright won the tournament. The team scored a 164 points, over 30 points more than second- placed West Central Valley. The Titans had seven wrestlers appear in the finals with...
12/26/2018 - 2:43pm
The South Central Calhoun boys basketball team traveled to play MVAOCOU on Dec. 18. A strong first quarter and fourth quarter performance propelled the Titans to their seventh straight win of the season, winning 60-40. SCC held the Rams to four points in the first quarter while putting up 18 points. The two teams entered the fourth quarter with...
12/26/2018 - 2:42pm
South Central Calhoun went to its final dual of the calendar year, traveling to Alta on Dec. 18. The Titans squared up to Woodbury Central, Okoboji and host team Alta-Aurelia. All three duals were fairly close, with the Titans finishing the night at 2-1. 14 pin falls were recorded by SCC grapplers. SCC 52, Okoboji 30 195: Kyle Bockman (OKOB) over...
12/19/2018 - 4:04pm
South Central Calhoun girls basketball continues winning in a two-game week. The fifth-ranked Titans played Southeast Valley on Dec. 10, handling them in a 54-38 victory. SCC then traveled to Emmetsburg on Friday for their toughest game so far this year. It came down to an explosive final quarter, but the Titans escaped Emmetsburg with a 59-55...
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