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Centennial Swim and Dive Competes at Lakeside Invitational

The Centennial Swim and Dive team competed at the Lakeside Invitational on Dec 1st and 2nd.  The team was not at full strength but the Knights still managed several strong performances.  A special shoutout to Venla Harkonen for qualifying for the State Meet in 500 Free and to our divers, Allee Howard (1st Girls) and

Knights Make a Strong Showing at McCallie

The Centennial Knights Swim and Dive team  made a strong showing at the 2017 McCallie Invitational, finishing for a combined sixth out of  25 teams.  The boys were 9th and the girls 6th. The meet started off with diving on Friday (11/17). Centennial had 5 divers participating in the meet, a huge increase from previous

Knights Advance to the Sweet 16

The Centennial Knights dismantled the Lanier Longhorns in the 1st round of the AAAAAA GHSA State Playoffs 48-14. The home playoff win was the first for the Knights since 2002 and they did it in dominating fashion. Lanier struck first but did not score again until the 4th quarter was winding down. In between the

Busy Weekend for Knights Swim and Dive

Friday night the Centennial Women’s Swim & Dive team bested Dunwoody High School 156-155 in a nail-biter that came down to the very last event of the night. The Men’s team put up a gallant effort resulting in season-best times for many swimmers, and state-qualifying times. On Saturday night the tables were turned as the

2017-18 Meet Results

Here are the meet results for the 2017-18 season. 28-Oct Centennial Time Trial Results 4-Nov Kickoff Invitational  Results 10-Nov Dual Meet vs Dunwoody  Results 11-Nov Dual Meet vs Cambridge  Results 11-Nov Early Bird Dive Meet 17-Nov – 18-Nov McCallie Complete Results Centennial Only Results 1-Dec – 2-Dec Lakeside Invitational Complete Results Centennial Only Results 16-Dec

Why is warming up important?

A proper warm up is important to both maximize performance and reduce the risk of injury.  It readies the body for more vigorous activity by raising body temperature and increasing blood flow to the heart, lungs and muscles.  Increased oxygen and nutrients are supplied to muscles and warmed up muscles are more pliable and less