Tag: Izzie Chausse

Homecoming Football Game

Words: Parker Subasic

On Friday, September 23, the Centennial Football team faced off with the Marriotts Ridge Mustangs for the Homecoming Game.
The Eagles, now 1-2, were looking for a victory for the Homecoming Game. Sadly, on a last second touchdown the Mustangs scored, putting the Eagles behind 21-20 to end the game.
 Senior quarterback Matt Shoenberger had two passing touchdowns and one rushing. Senior wide receiver Elijah White had two deep touchdowns in the first half giving the Eagles a 14-7 lead going into the second half. White also had a key play by swatting a pass in the end zone to stop a game winning touchdown. Unfortunately, in the next play, the Mustangs scored and took the lead with the clock dwindling down.
The next game is on Friday, September 30, at Long Reach.

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America Day

Words: Sandy Eichhorn

Photos: Izzie Chausse

On Tuesday, May 10, Centennial students wore red, white, and blue, to show their patriotic pride for Centennial’s second spirit day, America Day. Students wore metallic leggings, American flag shirts, and held American flags.

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Girls’ Lacrosse Senior Night

On Tuesday, May 3, Centennial Girl’s Varsity Lacrosse defeated the Oakland Mills Scorpions 18-0.

Seniors Izzie Chausse, Peyton Conley, Samantha Courtemanche, Allie Durkee, Devin McIntyre, and Megan Oliver were honored with flowers and gifts. Senior managers Rachel Braun and Reese Western were also thanked for their contributions to the team during the season.

The Eagles offense generated a multitude of opportunities and the defense kept the Scorpions off the scoreboard.

McIntyre had four goals, Courtemanche had three, Chausse and Conley had two, Durkee, Oliver, juniors Laurie Bracey, Gabby Fairley, and Madi Griffin, along with sophomore Claudia Piltcher and freshman Marissa Lagera each had one goal.

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Senior Takeover Day

Words: Sandy Eichhorn

Photos: Izzie Chausse

On Thursday, March 24, Centennial’s seniors were able to “takeover” for their favorite teachers. Along with taking over classes, the seniors were able to eat with the teachers during their potluck breakfast. These seniors taught classes and planned fun activities for the juniors and underclassmen to do during the regular class periods. The activities ranged from Jeopardy games and Seven-Up to kazoo solos and performances.

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Zaching Against Cancer 3v3 Tournament

Words: Michael Moore

Photos: Izzie Chausse

On Tuesday, March 9, the Zaching Against Cancer 3v3 Basketball Tournament was held during Eagle Time. The tournament was held in honor of former Centennial student, Zach Lederer.

The tournament consisted of teams of three. During Eagle Time, the games were played on the side baskets with students around watching. The tournament was arranged by Health teacher Robert Slopek, and science teacher Chad Hollwedel.

The tournament was held every Eagle Time for three weeks. Each game lasted eight minutes, with teams rotating each day. The finals, held on March 24, were played between the final four teams. Seniors Dougie Barnes, Tom Brown, and Michael Merkey won the tournament.

Junior Interviews

Words: Madhu Lal

Photos: Izzie Chausse and Hunter Hall

Centennial hosted its annual junior interviews on March 22 and 23. Juniors created resumés and prepared for their interviews in their English classes. These interviews were a way for students to gain an understanding of what it takes to apply for a job in the real world. Students not only created resumés in their English classes, but also participated in activities which taught them what employers look for in an employee.

Each student was assigned a volunteer who asked them questions similar to those addressed in a real interview. After the interview students received an evaluation of their interview skills.

Junior Daniela Thomas said, “I think this [junior interview] was very helpful because students are starting to apply for internships, jobs and are doing interviews for college. It helps people understand what is okay and what isn’t okay for an interview.”

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Centennial Ties Homewood in Annual Game

Words: Michael Moore

Photos: Izzie Chausse

The annual basketball game between Centennial students from the Sports for Life classes, and a team from Homewood High School took place on March 8 at Centennial.

In front of a gym packed full of students and faculty, the game was as entertaining as it is every year. Both teams played very hard, and the game ended in a tie, 68-68, after Centennial senior Darius Baker scored in the final seconds.

Seniors Niky Sicilia, Baker, Dougie Barnes, John Hohmann, Tyrel Wilkins, and Austin Kraisser led the game for the Eagles. Juniors Mason Smith, Jun Lee, and sophomores Jeremy Wilson, Ryan Patterson, and Josh Horen were also big contributors.

This was yet another fantastic chapter in the tradition that is the Centennial vs. Homewood game.

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Leaping Into 16- A Leap Year Birthday

Words: Melinda Gwanzura

Photos: Izzie Chausse

Leap Year birthdays are extremely rare, considering that the date February 29 only comes around every four years. The chances for someone to be born on Leap Day would only be 1 out of 1,461,according to the law of averages, meaning that there are only 200,000 people in the United States who share this birthday, according to the Huffington Post. Extraordinarily, one of these 200,000 people in the nation attends Centennial High School. Sophomore Kaleb Addisu is celebrating his “fourth” birthday today.

Addisu explained, “I usually celebrate my birthday on March 1st if the year isn’t a leap year because March 1st would be the day that falls right after the 28th of February.”

Addisu added, “ I really don’t plan on doing much [tonight]. I mean I went out for dinner with my mom the other night, but I have a [basketball] game today so I can’t really celebrate unless we win. If we do win though, then that would be enough of a celebration for me.”

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Boys’ Basketball Defeats River Hill

Words: Paul Drutch

Photos: Izzie Chausse

The Centennials Boys’ Basketball team finished out their regular season on February 22, with a strong victory against River Hill, ending at 53-25.

The game started off slowly, with the Eagles and Hawks tied the first few minutes of the game. Great shooting from senior Tom Brown helped the Eagles take the lead during the first quarter, after a Centennial time out.  

While the Eagles held their lead throughout the game, they pulled away early in the third quarter.

This ended the season with the Eagles at 13-6, and third overall in county. The boys’ playoff schedule will be released during the week.

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Girls’ Basketball Big Win on Senior Night

Words: Michael Moore

Photos: Hunter Hall

On Friday February 19, the Centennial Girls’ Basketball team took on the Atholton Raiders in the annual senior night basketball game. Honored that night were seniors Ally Driscoll, Jesse Dunagan, Izzie Chausse , Peyton Conley, and Kewa Gray.

The Eagles pulled out an upset, winning 52-43, spoiling the Raiders’ chances of sharing the county title.

The Eagles were led by Driscoll and Gray with 13 points a piece. Sophomore Kelly Simmons followed with 12 points, junior Jasmine McCree and freshman Ashley Molz each scored 7 points and Chausse scored 2 points.

The team will start their playoff run on Friday, February 22.

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