By Abrar Al-Heeti – Staff Writer
As graduation approaches, Centennial seniors are beginning to experience a mix of emotions. Feelings of excitement and anticipation for starting the next phase of life are accompanied by expected sentiments of nostalgia and recollections of happy memories. They are torn between holding on to all the good times in high school and preparing to take the next step towards their futures.
Reflecting upon her four years at Centennial, senior Esther Han says that her favorite memory was lunch, and that, “What I will miss most about high school are the friends.” When asked about what she looks forward to as she moves on from high school to college, she says, “Meeting new people in a new place while keeping in touch with my old friends.” Continue reading Seniors Begin to Relfect on High School Experience
By Alex Wallner – Sports Editor
It was a season to remember in college basketball as teams battled out the entire year for the ultimate prize, the national championship. A historic year it was in college basketball, in which we had fifteen seeds beating two seeds and one seeds on the brink of elimination in the first round by sixteen seeds, but all in all the team that began the year number one ended the year number one. The Kentucky Wildcats had a marvelous season going 38-2 and completing an undefeated SEC slate at 16-0. The Wildcats only losses coming at the hands of the Indiana Hoosiers on December 10th, 2011 in Bloomington, Indiana, 73-72 off a Christian Watford buzzer-beater three to ‘ice’ the game and in the SEC tournament championship game to the Vanderbilt Commodores, 71-64, a game where the ‘Cats came out flat from the tip. Continue reading Party Night for Kentucky