Bay City Central Boys Varsity Football

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Student Athlete Spotlight: Skyler Manczak

Money Manczak By: Stephanie Reed Skyler Manczak, also known as “Money” Manczak, is a senior here at Bay City Central High School. Manczak is a part of both the wolves football and baseball teams, “they are both tied as my favorite sport, I couldn’t choose”. He is the perfect example of an outstanding student athlete.

Young Gun Called Up to Varsity

(by: Dominic Zanotti) After the Wolves suffered a tough Homecoming loss to Midland Dow, the coaching staff elected to call sophomore Seth Chislea up from the undefeated JV team, to add depth at the tight end position. Playing middle linebacker and tight end for Coach Bishop’s JV squad, Chislea excelled on the field. Chislea led

Central’s Offensive Line Dominates The Ground

(By: Ryan Hauger) Central’s win on Friday was too close for comfort coming down to a last minute play in the 4th quarter against Flint Northwestern. The Wolves coming into the game with a 1-3 record needed a win to stay in the playoff hunt. It was easy to tell that Central’s game plan was

Wolves Rushing Attack Too Much For The Hill

(By: Ryan Hauger) The Wolves coming into Week 4 against Arthur Hill could’ve been called a must win for the team. After losing the first 3 games, the Wolves playoff aspirations were looking like a brief dream. Entering the game, the Wolves struggled to put points up on the board, but against the Saginaw Arthur

Player Profile: Austin Timm

(by Dominic Zanotti) Standing 6 foot tall and weighing 220 pounds, Austin Timm is a senior who is involved in many sports at Bay City Central.  His favorite sport is football, where he anchors the offensive line at right guard and is a key pass rusher on defense. Timm not only excels on the field

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With the new website, we now have a portal to promote our sports like never before.  If you would like to get involved with reporting scores, writing articles or even taking pictures or video … Contact the Athletic Department to see what you can do to help and make the best of the best