It was a great season for basketball at Centennial as the 7th and 8th grade squads truly encapsulated what it meant to be apart of the Wolves Family in 2018-2019. The 8th grade squad repeated as undefeated champions, ending their time at centennial with a perfect 22-0 record and two city championships. Rian Martinez cemented herself as one of the top ballplayers in the city with repeated dominant performances and Caylie Holyfield-Mikkola showed off slick ball handling and drive skills all year. Student-Athlete of the Year Alisha Rice provided excellent '3 and D' play all year. The Wolves squad was deep with talent and all players contributed to the success of the team over the last two years. Anais Cook, Arianna Banuelos, Desiree Kirkland, Devi Cabrera, Mackenzie Lidster, Marina Beltran, Valeria Robles and Melissa Garcia all contributed as the Wolves marched towards a city championship.
The 7th grade Wolves grinded every game and have strong core that will no doubt be highly competitive in 2020. Aaliyah Miller, Gabriela Perez, Amy Ramirez, and Divine Perea provided strong ball handling for the Wolves with Emma Stewart and Zoe Taschner patrolling the rim for the Wolves while Natalie Brown, Cassandra Contreras, Ericka Silva-Gomez and Mayah Rodriguez showed determined tenacity on defense. These Wolves will be back and even tougher to beat in 2020!
The coaches for girls basketball are Joaquine Pina, Patrick Potter, and Megan Randolph.