Centennial sophomore Hank Meyer’s first trip to the UIL Class 5A state wrestling championships was a good one.
Centennial’s wrestling program recently honored its only senior, Tyler Stephens, who is known as the “Original Spartan Wrestler.” He has been with the program since it started and is the only one r
For a year Hank Meyer has been driven to qualify for state in wrestling.
The sophomore at Centennial went 2-2 last year at the regional tournament and it left a sour taste in his mouth.
Led by six district champions, Centennial’s wrestling team will be sending 20 athletes to the regional meet.
“It went really well,” Centennial wrestling coach Casey Hudson said.
Facing a previous state champion in his opening match Friday was a bit intimidating, according to Centennial freshman wrestler Jaren Powell.
Competing in the toughest Class 5A region in Texas according to most high school wrestling experts, Centennial freshman Jaren Powell became the first wrestler from the program to qualify for the st
Centennial’s wrestling team qualified a school-record 10 competitors at the District 6-5A championships for the regional meet.
Over the weekend, Centennial’s wrestling team competed at the Region II Wrestling Championships at Frisco Wakeland High School. The Spartans scored 20 points to finish in 24th place.
Led by second-place finishes by junior Blake Murphy and freshman Angel Simien, Centennial’s wrestling team finished fifth over the weekend at the District 6-5A championships.
Centennial’s wrestling team went through the first of two tournaments before competing at the District 6-5A championships.