Wolves Athletics

Wolves Athletics

Back to Back City Champions

Girls Softball

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. 


Led by head coach Isaac Beichler, the Wolves showed great competitive fire in every match and had several stand out wrestlers at the city tournmanet and throughout the season. Angel Salcedo and Jared Arias received individual awards for their achievements during the season while the whole team took a step forward and look primed and ready to compete in 2019. 

Boys Basketball

The 7th and 8th boys basketball teams each won championships for the second time in two years, showcasing their dominant skill across the city. The 8th grade squad was led by returning players Jared Arias and Ryder Voutt while newcomer Adrian Martinez provided stabiity and shooting in the point guard position. Mikyn McGowan, Jarred Marquez, and Britton Clark provided a fearsome interior presence and cleaned the boards with authority all year. Emmanuel Ortiz was a lock down defender for the Wolves who went undefeated and secured the Crane Invitiational Tournament title in addition to the city championship. 
The 7th grade Wolves showed a more precise and cerebral level of basketball than thier 8th grade counterparts with sharpshooters Sebastiano Patane and Mekhi Sidney making the three point shot look easy during their run to a championship. Ryan Lagunas and Ty Stout became a solid ball hawks on the boards for the Wolves while Wyatt Norred and Daryl Roman provided the guard play needed to propel the 7th graders to a championship.
The Wolves were coached by Joaquine Pina, Patrick Potter, and Megan Randolph.  

Girls Basketball

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.  

Boys Soccer

The 8th grade Wolves played a hard nose and physical style of soccer in 2018 and stuck to their mantra of 'Process over Outcome'. The Wolves nearly repeated their upset of a #1 seed in the playoffs, as they did in 2017, coming up just short in a first round playoff shootout. Aaron Alvarez led the Wolves in goals from the striker position while Jorge Walle captained the squad from the midfield demonstrating strenght with the right and left leg while scoring the goal of the year for the Wolves with a precise 34 yard strike. Damian Olivares and Jared Arias patrolled the midfield as well, showcasing exceptional cardio that saw them play nearly every minute of every game. The defense received a boost from newcomer Brian Crosthwaite who showed elite athleticism on the backline. The goalie position was manned for most of the year by Thomas Harvey who admirably stepped in for Anthony Arivso after Arviso broke his arm making a diving, game saving stop against San Luis early in the season. "I was happy with the level of physical play during the season, I think this group has potential to play in high school. Really enjoyed seeing these young men work towards a shared purpose." Coach Anthony McDaniel remarked after the season. 
The 7th grade squad showed flashes of speed and grit in 2018. Fred Hernandez showcased superior speed in the stiker position and Andres Rodriguez, Gerardo Navarro, Ryan Lagunas, and Yeshua De Los Reyes all logged significant minutes for the Wolves. The core group will be back in 2019 for the Wolves who look to suit up and defend the den again. 

Director of Athletics

Director of Athletics

The Director of Athletics for Centennial Middle School is Mr. McDaniel.  
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