It’s about that time where the Preliminary SAT/ National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT) takes place. The test is open to Sophomores and Juniors, but the test is optional; which means students must register for it. The cost this year is $17.00. Continue reading Sign Up for the PSAT!
By Derrion Herman
Centennial Chargers boys’ soccer team faced off against Normal University High Wednesday September 12. It was a tough match, but the Chargers didn’t fail to give it their all. After Normal scored late in the first half, Centennial was able to tie it back up with a goal from Diamond Williams six minutes into the second half. With that goal hyping them back up, the exuberant chargers managed to play excellent defense throughout the early second half, but the game was far from over. Continue reading Fearless Chargers Take a Tough Loss
The NFL season started this past Wednesday with the Dallas Cowboys defeating the defending Super Bowl champions New York Giants 24-17. The Cowboys’ quarterback Tony Romo threw three touchdowns whereas the Giants’ quarterback Eli Manning only threw one touchdown.
Several days later all but four other teams played as the first Sunday of NFL football kicked off. On this day five rookies were the starting quarterbacks, which was the most ever. Some notable games in the noon session were the Washington Redskins @ the New Orleans Saints, with the number two pick of the 2012 NFL draft Robert Griffin III leading the Redskins to a 40-32 win. The Saints were coming off of a horrible offseason with the bounty scandal. Continue reading Recap: NFL Week 1