Centennial Coed Varsity Swimming

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Girls Swimming Wins State Championship

Girls Take State It started this same time last year.  The 2018 version of the Knights finished 3rd.  The 2019 Senior class immediately started pointing to 2019 as “the year.”  The year that Centennial would bring home it’s second girls swimming state title in school history and third in any sport.  Saturday night at Georgia

Swimmers overcome Roswell on Senior Knight

In their final dual meet at Centennial, Seniors Lizzy Buchanan, Sara Buchanan, Elly Deas, Derek Rehberger, and Tessa Sergile went out in winning style. The Knights were called for a controversial disqualification in a medley relay early in the meet that put them at a disadvantage.  They kept chipping away throughout the meet and finally

Freshman Sergile breaks out and Girls finish 3rd at Fulton Championships

Freshman Sebastien Sergile continued his impressive Freshman season sweeping his two individual events with golds in both the 200 and 500 freestyle.  Sergile was just ahead of Cambridge Junior Matthew Gaines in both events. The girls flexed their strength in their usual way behind strong relay performances and Senior Captains Elly Deas (Gold in both

Knights Swimming Easily Takes Down Northview

After recent split-squad losses to Johns Creek, Pope, and Harrison, the Knights were finally at full strength this past weekend and cruised to an easy win over Northview. With a combined score of 346-189, a women’s score of 191-70, and a men’s score of 155-119, the final result was never in doubt. Centennial won 22

Swim and Divers Compete at McCallie Invitational

The Knights hit the road this past weekend for the 26th Annual McCallie High School Invitational in Chattanooga.  While the Baylor School (TN) ran away with the girl’s championship, it was a very close race for the second and third spots on the team podium.  Second and Fifth place were separated by only 10 points. 

Girls Swimming takes down Cambridge and Hooch, Boys Finish 2nd

In a highly anticipated battle between two of the top girls AAAAAA programs in the state, the Knights girls team pulled out a close win over Cambridge 137-131 and easily outdistanced Chattahoochee by almost 100 points.  The boys young squad battled but ultimately fell to the more experienced Cambridge team but were able to outpoint

Knights Swim and Dive Team Named

The Knight’s 2018-2019 season starts this Saturday with the Black vs Blue Team Time Trials.  The women’s team returns a strong squad from last year and looks to repeat on its most successful season in over a decade (3rd place finish at GHSA).  The boy’s team lost a lot of 4-year lettermen in the class of