Tag: Melissa Notti

Centennial Shows Their Eagle Pride at the Annual Pep Rally

Words: Josh Kim

Photos: Zach Grable, Melissa Notti & Noorie Kazmi

On September 27, Centennial capped off spirit week with an extended pep rally. At the end of the day, students gathered to watch musical performances, dances, tug-of-war, drill teams, and a powder puff game. Powder puff, an annual football game with junior and senior girls, was held during the pep rally this year rather than after school. Just as in the years before, the pep rally helped build excitement towards the homecoming game and dance.

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Centennial Students Show Off Their Patriotism

Words: Sasha Allen

Photos: Melissa Notti

On Wednesday, September 25, Centennial students embraced USA day by wearing red, white, and blue. The halls were filled with flags and everything patriotic. Tomorrow is Twin Day where students will match with their friends, showcasing their spirit.

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Centennial Hits the Beach

Words: Sarah Paz

Photos: Melissa Notti & Zach Grable

On Tuesday, September 24, Centennial students celebrated Tropical Tuesday by wearing their favorite
Hawaiian shirts and lei-printed items. Tomorrow is USA day, where students will showcase their
national pride.

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Centennial Field Hockey Falls Short in Tough Match Against Mount Hebron

Words: Shawn Kruhm

Photos: Melissa Notti

On Friday, September 13, the Girls’ Field Hockey team suffered their second loss. The devastating defeat unfortunately came against rival Mount Hebron. The final score was 6-0.

Despite the loss, junior Lily Sullivan made a tremendous effort to lead the offense throughout the game. Although only putting one shot on goal, Sullivan and the rest of the offense showed immense potential as Centennial moves forward through the season.

Senior Casey Stratton made 11 saves, but her attempts to hold off Mount Hebron were not enough. Although the defense was faced with several challenges, they were able to adjust and hold off the Vikings for the majority of the game.

The girls will travel to Old Mill Senior High School on Tuesday, September 17 as the team plans to bounce back in their third game of the regular season.

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