For the second consecutive year, Centennial’s swimming and diving team will send a swimmer and diver to the UIL Class 5A state championships.
The numbers weren’t as great as last season but Centennial’s program is still sending a strong group to regional swimming and diving championships.
Centennial’s swim team’s had good showings over the weekend at the Carrollton-Farmers Branch New Year’s Classic.
Centennial’s Zack Eagle continued his strong junior campaign by wining the Pentathlon at Saturday’s Cowtown Shootout.
Centennial junior Zack Eagle over the weekend at the North Texas Class 5A TISCA Invitational at the Bruce Eubanks Natatorium in Frisco.
Centennial’s swim team squared off against Burleson and Granbury Nov. 7. Centennial finished third in the combined team scores with 173 points.
Centennial’s swimming team competed Oct. 14 at the Killeen Monster Mash Splash. The Spartans finished second among a field of 10 teams. The Lady Spartans placed fifth in a field of 11 teams.
Facing some stiff Class 6A competition, Centennial’s swim team turned in a good showing Saturday at the The Colony Sprint Invitational.
When Centennial sophomore Zack Eagle stepped on the deck of the Lee and Joe Jamail Texas Swimming Center on the campus of the University of Texas in Austin Saturday afternoon he had one thought in
As a freshman last season, Centennial’s Zach Eagle approached swimming at the UIL Class 5A state swimming and diving championships as “like any other meet.”