Winter sports recap

PHOTO PROVIDED Students from various CMMS sports teams are shown above. Pictured are, Jason Clymer, Dominic Longworth, Elek Fravel, Ava Renninger, Danica Kelly, Abigail Sneath, Gardner Fravel, Jayden Walker, Luke Ananea, Rocco Serafini, Brody Long, Giovanni Tarantella, Frank Mills and Wyatt Kramer.

Winter Sports Recap Central Mountain Middle School had three winter sports this year, boys’ basketball, girls’ basketball, and wrestling. All the students worked hard to perform well physically and academically. Central Mountain is proud of all its student athletes.

Girls’ Basketball

The girls’ basketball team was coached by Mitch Christanson and Phil Williams and ended the great season with a record of 18-1. At the beginning of the season Abby Sneath said she wanted to, “have a better season than last year.”

“When asked about what she wanted to improve on this season Ava Renninger said: ”My ball handing skills.”

All of the students interviewed said they enjoyed the sport and would tryout again next year.

Boys’ Basketball

The boys’ basketball team had a record of 5-8 and was coached by Steve Shade.

At the beginning of the season when asked why they wanted to play Hunter Hoy said, ” it is a lot of fun.”

Hayden Long said, “I really like playing.”

Dominic Longworth was asked what he hoped to achieve this season and his response was, ” win at least 6 games.”

Connor Foltz has the same response to the same question.

Jason Clymer said he wanted to improve on his shooting and wanted to know more plays for next year when he was asked how he wanted to improve.


The wrestling team coached by Dylan Caprio and Mr. Coleman had a record of 16-2.

When asked about why he wanted to wrestle Wyatt Krammer said, ” get in shape.”

When asked about their goal this season Rocco Serafini said, “be on podium at states.”

Jake Weaver said he wants to win the national title.

Giovanni Tarentella said next year he wanted to improve on skills and get better.

Central Mountain Middle School had a successful winter sports season and hopes to improve for next year.


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