The new Meatball Club is run by Centennial Senior Senia Hernandez. She got this idea from a friend that lives in Oklahoma and thought that it would be a great idea to introduce this club to Centennial students.
Mr. Sebastian Lee is a new Spanish teacher here at Centennial. He is friends and roommates with our own College and Career counselor, Aaron Chun. Lee is a welcome addition to Centennial and is our Charger of the Week.
Dante Hemsouvanh is a Junior at Centennial. He is a A and B student. He plays basketball while maintaining his grades.
What do you enjoy most about Centennial?
I enjoy the people the most at Centennial.
What are your favorite hobbies?
I like to play basketball and video games in my spare time.
What’s your favorite food?
My favorite food is chicken. “That stuff is delicious”
What is your favorite clothing brand?
Nike and True Religion
If you could live anywhere, where would it be?
If I could live anywhere it would be Florida because a lot of my family lives there.
If you were given a million dollars for the day, what would you do with it?
If I were given a million dollars I would probably spend it all on clothes, shoes (Jordan’s), a brand new car (Ferrari), and I would but my parents a new house.
This week’s Charger of the Week is senior, Jennica Estes! Jennica is a very outgoing person and loves to meet new people, she also is very book smart and an out standing student at Centennial. Jennica is involved in Centennial’s volleyball program and hopes to play volleyball in college.
Friday night, our crosstown rival the Central Maroons came over to Centennial to go head to head in a heated rivalry game with us. Sadly we fell short 28-21 but it was a hard fought game. Players and fans wore pink to honor those fighting breast cancer.
Our Charger of the Week is Alivia Dew! Alivia is in the Art club and the Volleyball program at Centennial. What makes her special is how her leadership is showed throughout centennial and her personality. If you’re walking through the hallways at Centennial you know Alivia is around the corner because you can hear her. it’s just who she is. Even though she has a very busy social life, she still is able to keep her grades up.
Seniors won the Powder Puff Football game on Wednesday night. Maya Browning runs the ball for a couple of yards during the powder puff game. Continue reading Homecoming Week: Powder puff video
Girls Volleyball is a fall sport at Centennial High School. If you are interested in trying out for this sport they are held 2 weeks prior to when school begins. There is a Freshmen, Junior Varsity, and a Varsity team. We have home and away matches like any other sports team, all the teams participate in these matches. The matches are usually held on Tuesdays and Thursdays freshman start at 6 then JV and Varsity.