Eagles at the next level: Hobza, Ferrin, and Yor sign to college sports


Last month, three Eagles signed their Letters of Intent to play for their school of choice. April 12 marked spring NLI signing day, and Central’s star studded athletes showed out.
Paw Hobza signed her letter of intent to wrestle at the University of Sioux Falls — she is the first Central girls’ wrestler to get the opportunity to play at the next level. Alex Ferrin signed his letter to continue his baseball career at Dakota State University, in Madison, South Dakota. And Niahl Yor, a standout soccer player, officially signed his letter of intent to play for Bellevue University’s soccer program.
Each one of these athletes made quite the difference on their respective teams. Ferrin struck out the 12 most batters in the state last year, and had 4 wins as a pitcher. Yor scored two goals on the season, and was an impact maker as a forward. And Hobza holds multiple records for the Eagles, including the most takedowns in a season. As one of the founding members of Central’s girls wrestling program, she is going to the University of Sioux Falls where she will be a founding member of their newly formed team.