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     Student-Athlete of the week is someone who demonstrates something that stands out within Bay City Central and Josh Vachon is just that. Vachon is a senior here at Central.      Vachon has made quite the positive impact at Central with his vibrant personality. He is a very shy, yet outgoing student and is involved in activities that take place here. He is a part of the athletic program and plays basketball. He has played basketball all four years of high school and has been on varsity for two years. He is a team player and never fails to make it to every practice and game. He also played baseball during his sophomore year and plans to play again this year.      Aside from sports, Vachon is an active personality at Central and never fails to make a positive impact on students and administrators. He says “Central has a very open atmosphere and is a place where students can have fun and learn all at the same time.”      Vachon is a student who makes sure he has done what needs to be done. He enjoys playing sports inside of school but outside of school he is just like any other teen. He likes to go to the gym and hang out with his friends. He also likes to take road trips when he can.      Overall, Vachon is a great student and deserves to be recognized for the impact he has had in the community here at Central High school. Pictured: Joshua Vachon (Left) and Tyler Smith (Right) Photo Credit: Source ...

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       Last Saturday, January 5th, Bay City Central’s Varsity Competitive Cheer Team competed at Midland High School. The team faced the other division two team...

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Boys Varsity Swimming

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       This past weekend the Bay City Central Swim Team had their first meet of the year at the Battle Creek Cereal Bowl Relays. This meet has become has a type of tra...

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Boys Varsity Swimming

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     Bay City Central’s varsity swim team went up against Saginaw Heritage this past Friday at their first duel meet of the year. The Wolves put up a good fight and ended the night with some new personal records.      Senior, Oscar Fischer, an exchange student from Denmark, contributed greatly to the team. He placed second in the 200 and 500 freestyle with times of 2:04.26 and 5:34.84, both respectable times. He also helped bring the 200 and 400 freestyle relays to a second and third place.      Meanwhile first year and freshman, Andrew Starkweather received the Iron Man Award at the end of the meet for swimming both the 500 freestyle and the 100 backstroke for the first time. For those who don’t know the order of events, there is only one event, the 200 freestyle relay, in between the two events, and when there is only one heat of the relay, there isn’t much time to catch your breath before the swim again.      In the end, Heritage came out on top, though the Wolves put up a good fight. Their next home meet is against Essexville Garber at Bay City Handy Middle School. It should be a good meet so come out and watch. Pictured: Bay City Central swimmer in the 200 freestyle relay Photo Credit: Source ...

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       On Friday night, The Bay City Central boys Varsity Basketball team faced their rival. The game was held at Western’s gym, but plenty of the Central fans m...

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     A rising athlete, Olivia Willette has a lot to come in her future. Being a duel athlete, she brings much talent to the court and the field. Since 3rd grade Willette has played both...

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     Maggie Pitcher is a Junior and involved in numerous things at Bay City Central High School. She is a hard working student in the classroom and athlete on the field. Pitcher stays u...

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     Bay City Central High School has many stellar athletes. One in particular that stands out on and off the court is Elias Ramirez. Ramirez has been on the basketball court since the...

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Boys Varsity Swimming

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     With winter sports starting up, so does the high school swim season. And with every season, there are need-to-knows for newcomers who do not know what to expect out of a competitive swim season.      When people think about competitive swim, they usually only think about swimming laps with different strokes. But what they usually don’t think about is the physical toll that it takes on your body if you full sprint or make a mistake. If a swimmer were to make a mistake swimming butterfly, it could screw up the shoulder muscles beyond repair.      Swimmers who strive to perform better put much thought and effort in their sport. They spend their days off, weekends, even winter breaks practicing to perform the best that they can in their sport. Many people believe that it is too much to have swimmers spend their breaks to pursue a sport that they won't ever think of doing after high school, but swimming strains the muscles that are not used to it because it uses them in different ways then they are normally used. That's why they use their breaks, to help them condition their muscles so they don’t get injured during the season.      New swimmers always make the mistake of taking the warm ups and warm downs too fast and too hard, by doing that your muscles tighten up and cause a strain. When you warm up and warm down, they are supposed to be easy swims so that it can break down the lactic acid in your muscles, so it makes them less sore and makes them grow much faster.      Now that you know the strenuous work of swimmers, be on the lookout for news about then events of the season in January and March   Pictured: Swimmer swimming freestyle Photo Credit: Source ...

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     With going 11-12 last season, the Wolves Varsity Boys Basketball Team is looking to make some noise and be one of the best teams in the Saginaw Valley League North. They return with nine upperclassmen, and eight of them being in the class of 2019, they something to prove.      When asking first year varsity coach at Central, Jordan Duby, how the season preview is looking, he said, “We are looking forward to taking the next step as a team and program. We have a lot of returning players who are looking to compete on a high level and contend for a championship.”      Some of the offensive weapons on the team are Elias Ramirez, Marcus Marcott, Austin Williams, and Hayden Jatczak. Some players,who have been in the shadows, add a lot to the team such as Landon Richard and Brian Elder. When asking four time varsity senior, Elias Ramirez, on his last season he said, “We are coming out this year with an edge and a chip on our shoulder because we have worked too hard not to be great.”      Last year central came up short and lost in the district final. This year they plan on changing that and winning districts and moving on. They open up there season with the Heritage Hawks. Pictured: Elias Ramirez Shooting a Three Pointer Photo Credit:Source ...

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