Centennial Coed Varsity Swimming

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Athletic Awards Night

Our seniors have graduated, our underclassman have one more exam left, and our school year has come to a close. While this year did not work out the way anyone had planned, we still want to celebrate everything our students have achieved. Our final awards ceremony of the year is our Athletic Awards Night. Normally

Sophomore Centennial Swimmer Named a Top National Recruit

SwimSwam.com has just announced its top recruits for the class of 2022, and one of our own Centennial Knights was recognized in the top 20 of Sophomore male swimmers in the nation. Sebastien Sergile was ranked #13 in the country amongst a field of stand-out swimmers over varying distances and events. This is the second swimming

Centennial’s Proud Track Record of College Swimmers

Junior Madeline Singletary’s recent commitment to swim for UNC – Chapel Hill continues a long and proud history of former Knights moving on to compete at the next level. With 10 commitments over a 6 year period, it’s really no surprise the Knights have been such a force within the GHSA recently. The Knight’s swimming

Swim and Dive Keeps Streaks Alive at State: Girls 3rd, Boys 6th

The thought going into the 2019-2020 season was that the Knights girl’s team lost too many Seniors from last year’s state championship team, and the boys were emerging but still a little too young. But, as they say, you can’t measure heart. The boys and girls teams gritted out some excellent swims to maintain two

Ward and Sergile break school records in State Swimming Prelims

GHSA State Prelims Wrap Up Katharine Ward and Sebastien Sergile highlighted Friday night’s performance of GHSA State swimming prelims. Katharine’s 100BR time of 1:02.91 broke the 11 year old school record previously owned by Julia Treible. This time also qualifies her for All American Consideration. Katharine (3) passed Elly Deas (2) for most school records

Club Swimmers compete at Junior Nationals and Senior State

High school club swimmers around the country and the state converged on Atlanta and Athens over the past two weekends. Seven current Varsity Knights represented Dynamo, Swim Atlanta, and Spartans Aquatic Club as they took on the best of the best. Speedo Junior Nationals in Atlanta Katharine Ward, Madeline Singletary, and Sebastien Sergile took on the best the