Tag: Golf

Final Sports Results for the Week

Words: Giana Han

Golf: Both the boys’ and girls’ golf team are enjoying a successful season, and they each added another win to their record on September 26.  The boys are 7-3, and the girls have an outstanding record of 8-2.

Volleyball:  The volleyball team is currently undefeated against in-county teams.  The Eagles lost one set to River Hill on September 23, but they were able to win the match, keeping their number of losses at zero.  Centennial is currently 5-0 and has the best in-county record.  The JV team is 4-1, having lost to River Hill on September 23.

Football: The football team lost to River Hill at home on September 26.  This loss brings their record to 0-4.  The JV team also has a record of 0-4.

Soccer: The Varsity Centennial boys’ soccer team beat Oakland Mills 2-1 on September 23.  The JV team also played Oakland Mills and dominated the game with a victory of 8-0.  Their records are 2-3 and 3-0-2 respectively.  The girls’ Varsity team currently has a winning in-county record after recording a W against Oakland Mills which brought their record to 3-2.  The JV girls’ team has a record of 1-3-1.  The Allied soccer team has played against River Hill, Glenelg, and Atholton.  Their next game is at Hammond.

Field Hockey:  On September 26, the Eagles beat the Long Reach Lightning at home, bringing their record up to 3-2.

Cross Country: The cross country teams ran at Bull Run on September 26.  Two girls placed in the top 25 in the girls’ Elite group.  Shreya Nalubola came in second with a time of 19:15, and Devin McIntyre came in seventh after running the course in 20:09.  In the boys’ race, Will Jackson was the only runner from Centennial to place in the top 25 for the boys’ Large group, and he placed twenty-second with a time of 18:10.9.


Scores and records based off of CountySportsZone.com, mdtiming.com and information provided by team members.


Connor Flach Signs National Letter of Intent to Loyola

by Salman Hashmi

Ellicott City, MD – After four years of hard work and determination on the golf green at Centennial, senior Connor Flach has committed to Loyola University Maryland by signing his national letter of intent on November 19, 2012. Flach signed his national letter of intent in front of his family and friends on hand as well as Centennial Athletic Director Jean Vanderpool.

Connor Flach has been a big part of the success for Centennial golf for the last four years. Flach’s career at Centennial is an impressive one. Connor was ranked one of the top boys’ golf players in Howard County, finished in second at states, and was “one shot 68 away from win district.”

Connor Flach ends one golf career and starts a new one at Loyola University. The opportunity for playing for coach Baloga is one of the factors that led to his decision. “I am really excited to go play college golf. It has been a dream of mine ever since I was seven,” said Flach. One area of Connor’s game that he wants to improve on is to become more consistent to his putting. “Before I go to Loyola, my putting is what I want to work on the most,” said Flach. Other than playing on the green, Connor hopes to major in business.