Centennial to honor first hall of fame class

Centennial is inducting its first class of honorees to its hall of fame, the Centennial High School Athletic Hall of Fame committee announced this week.

The committee is hosting a dinner at 6 p.m. on Sept. 9 in the student activity center and will induct eight members.

  • The 2001-02 girls basketball team: first Centennial girls basketball team to win state. They finished 34-0 and ranked second among western teams by USA Today.
  • Allison Carney: the 2002 graduate helped the Bulldogs win the 2000 girls cross country team championship and was a four-time state track state champion.
  • Shannon Crisp: the 2004 graduate won softball Gatorade Player of the Year twice and helped the Bulldogs win the 2004 state championship. She still hold state records for most career triples (21), most career walks (112), most walks in season (36) and most strikeouts as a pitchere in season (403).
  • Carol Leavitt: the first principal of Centennial and a CCSD administrator for more than 30 years.
  • Italee Lucas: the 2007 graduate was the Nevada state player of the year for girls basketball. She attended North Carolina and was drafted 21st overall in the WNBA draft by the Tulsa Shock.
  • Meghan Mathews. the 2004 graduate was the 2000 state girls cross country champion and a state champion in 2002 for track. She was also on the 2002 girls basketball team and 2003 girls soccer team that both won state.
  • Bryce Massanari: the 2004 graduate was a three-time member of the all-state baseball teams and played collegiately at Georgia.
  • Jared Noa: the 2006 graduate was captain of the football, boys basketball and baseball teams his senior year.
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