The Centennial 7th and 8th Softball squads experienced tremendous success in 2018 with the 8th grade squad securing a city championship in a thrilling championship game against Castle Dome with the 7th grade squad flashing potential on the mound, in the batters box and in the field while positioning themselves for a championship run in 2019.
The 8th grade squad had tremendous character and leadership from Kenzie Nakasawa who solidified the Wolves infield at shortstop with Seniamarie Cuevas holding down first, Aisley Montano behind the plate and Aysle Perez twirling up in the pitchers circle. The championship game saw clutch hitting from Leyla Sanchez, who smoked a 2-run homer and a fantastic game ending double play by Kylee Bowles to give the Wolves their first championship of the season en route to an overall city championship. Coaches for the 8th grade squad were Joaquine Pina and Patrick Potter.
The 7th grade squad was led by pitcher Kendra Robinson and catcher Alana McDonnell who showed great poise and potential. The Wolves flashed the bats big time in 2018, showing the ability to hit the long ball while being competitive in every game and are ready to give every team their best shot in 2019. The 7th grade Wolves were coached by Cheri Kutak and Megan Randolph.