Tag: Owen Marcinek

Football Senior Night

Words: Parker Subasic

On September 4, the Varsity Football team played their last game of the season against the Glenelg Gladiators.

All seniors were honored and walked across the field with their families.

Seniors Matt Shoenberger, Michael Klein, Mason Smith, Khai Walker, Elijah White, Jun Lee, Eli Ross, Emmanuel Carmicheal, Owen Marcinek, David Uribe, Kayode Fatodu, Hadi Malik, Elijah Scott, and Justin Homassel were all honored as players along with managers Stephen Cagas and Fraser Scott.

Sadly, on the Eagles lost 42-12 in the last game of the season.

Junior running back Corey Eudell came out strong in the first quarter and rushed for touchdown to really set the tone on offense. However there was drought for scoring until senior Elijah White returned a kickoff for a touchdown.

The team finished with a 1-9 record an improvement from the previous two years.

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Awkward’s Final Performance of the 2015-2016 School Year

Words: Caroline Chu

On Monday, April 18, Awkward, Centennial High School’s improvisation group, held its last performance of the year. The event started at 6:00 p.m. and ended at 7:00 p.m.

The Awkward team performed fan favorites, “Surprise Lines” and “Party Quirks.”

Junior Jack Goodman acted as Kim Kardashian in “Party Quirks.” In the game “Surprise Lines,” junior Owen Marcinek and senior Zak Starry pretended to be sisters fighting over a hairbrush.

Junior Maddie Caldis said, “I have been [in] the troupe since my freshman year and this is the largest the team has ever been. With fifteen people, it is amazing to see how wide the variety and talents are.”

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Awkward Improv

Words: Diana Cagas

On Thursday, October 22, Centennial High School’s improvisational group, Awkward, took the stage as they acted out multiple skits.

Seniors Ben Newman and Zak Starry, along with juniors Maddie Caldis, Miguel Fernandez, and Owen Marcinek gave the audience an opportunity to suggest topics and locations, allowing them to perform their improvised skits.

Awkward skits are performed very similar to the improv comedy show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” The hour-long show was filled with hilarious skits, funny jokes, and uncontrollable laughter.

Awkward will be holding after school auditions on Tuesday, October 27 for any student interested joining the team.

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