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Boys Basketball Senior Night

By Allie Jones


The Centennial Boys basketball team honored their four seniors for their hard work and dedication the the program for the last four years.


Andres Valdez, Levi Parker, Chazz Vigil, and Brandon Solano were all escorted by their parents before the game to commemorate their memories. Each senior described their favorite memory from their time at the program.


Unfortunately, the seniors did not win on their senior night against Pueblo West, but their memories will always live on and be special to them.


Each senior brought a different piece to the team and they will always be a part of the Bulldog family.


“It’s weird that it’s the last time playing in this gym,” says senior Levi Parker, “it just means I’m that much closer to being done.”


Senior Brandon Solano could not play in the game due to a broken finger.



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