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Centennial High School's Student Newspaper

Bark! Voice of the Bulldogs

Centennial High School's Student Newspaper

Bark! Voice of the Bulldogs

Centennial Flag Football

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Lyla Tui defending a Basic receiver

Centennial Flag Football

Jaydahn Fleming

Bark! Voice of the Bulldogs

Staff Writer

Centennial’s football program provides equal opportunities for both males and females. On Tuesday, the Girl’s Flag Football team played closely against the Basic Wolves, but unfortunately lost 32-26.

During the first quarter, the game was tied with both teams scoring 7 points each. However, the Wolves managed to take the lead in the second quarter and went up 13-7 at halftime. After the break, both teams scored again, bringing the total up to 19-13. In the second half, both teams managed to score 19 points each but unfortunately, Basic emerged as the winner with a final score of 32-26.

During the game, Senior Londyn Wipperman was able to make 10 tackles and defend 2 passes. Junior Kairi Tabunar also made 10 tackles but added 2 sacks to the stat sheet. Junior Vari Rua emerged as the leader in sacks with a total of 3. The Centennial team’s defense is known to be an intimidating force that no other school wants to face. The Centennial defense had an impressive total of 50 tackles (solo and total), 5 sacks, and 5 passes defended.

Despite the loss, the Centennial’s flag team displayed great promise for the rest of the season. With the talent and dedication of the players and coaches, they have a good chance of making it to the playoffs and potentially even winning the state championship. The team’s resilience and hard work have not gone unnoticed. If they continue to play with the same level of determination and skill, there’s no doubt that Centennial will go far this season.

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Jaydahn Fleming, Co-Editor-In-Chief
Jaydahn Fleming is a Junior at Centennial High School and The Co-Editor-In-Chief  for The Bark. He plays football and runs track and field for Centennial. Watching and playing sports are couple of Jaydahn's favorite hobbies along with traveling, spending time with his family, and playing video games.

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