According to Principal Johnson, the use of any profanity will result in a one day suspension. If caught using
Profanity you will be suspended for one day for each offense. Johnson was also quoted as saying “We Continue reading Use of Profanity to Result in School Suspension
According to Mrs. Odell, the only information that is set in stone for graduation, is the date, time and location.
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On Friday, February 13th, 2015, an Olympic medalist returned to Centennial. When she was just sixteen years old, Katherine Reutter approached Coach Mac. What she told him would be her future. Continue reading Olympic Medalist Returns to CHS
Second and goal from the one yard-line, 26 seconds remain, Seahawks, down 28-24. Every football player, or former player, dreams about the moment you drive down the field, needing a touchdown to win the game. Before we get to that point, we need to discuss the drama that led up to this moment.
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As we all know, Super Bowl XLIX is this Sunday. It’s a time where people don’t judge you for throwing a party on a Sunday knowing you have work and school tomorrow. I’m just one of the Millions looking forward to this game. One main reason: Richard Sherman vs Tom Brady. “U mad bro?” If you don’t get that reference, just Google Richard Sherman with the quote next to it. This article is full of ten people I interviewed about the game. I asked two simple questions, who’s going to win, and why?
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There was much to talk about for one of the two games on Sunday, and not much to talk about the other. An impossible comeback…and a savage beating that has resulted in a team under investigation.
Let’s start with the blowout. The Indianapolis Colts, who upset the Denver Broncos last week, would travel to Foxborough, Massachusetts to face off against the New England Patriots with a trip to Arizona on the line.
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“Playoffs? We’re talking about playoffs?” Indeed we are Herm Edwards. Eight teams remained in the running for the Lombardi Trophy. The 12-4 Seattle Seahawks, The 12-4 Green Bay Packers, 11-5 Dallas Cowboys, and the 7-8-1 underdog, Carolina Panthers rounded out the NFC.
Continue reading The NFL’s Divisional Round Wrap-up
The Educations to Career Program here at Centennial has allowed me to Intern with the head sports director of WCIA 3, Aaron Bennett. During My time with WCIA, I followed Bennett, and also had the opportunity to follow the other two sports anchors, Matt Wettersten and Brett Berhens.
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At the beginning of the Illinois Football season, their Head Coach Tim Beckman was coaching for his job. He would need to show some signs of improvement this season. Illinois have a favorable start with Youngstown State, Western Kentucky, Washington and Texas State as their first four opponents. On top of that, they have a possible superstar quarterback in Wes Lunt, who transferred from Oklahoma State University and sat out last year due to NCAA Rules and Regulations.
Continue reading Let’s Go Bowling – A Look At How The Illini Became Bowl Eligible
His name, Jeremy Benton. He is a hall monitor at Centennial High School. I asked him a few questions about the life of a hall monitor. I found out from this experience that Hall Monitors are in fact people too.
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