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Derek Valdez and Haley Sardello Crowned King & Queen

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Sylvie Knocilja, Editor-in-Chief

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Friday, February 5th, Centennial students attended the annual Winter Sports assembly. The court consisted of Jorie Anaya, Sarah Danylchuck, Mattie Proffit, and Haley Sardello for the girls. The ladies were escorted by Ben Wills, Hunter Fillmore, Derek Valdez, and Connor McCaffrety. Crowned as King and Queen were Derek Valdez and Haley Sardello. The dance then followed Saturday night.

 

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