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Senior Spotlight: Kieya Belmont

By Ashtyn Villalpando


Even though this senior year isn’t the way she planned on starting it, senior Kieya Belmont plans on making the best out of it. Belmont is an outstanding student and an incredible athlete, with many accomplishments on and off the field and court.


Belmont has received 6 academic letters throughout the years, also lettering twice in basketball, and 4 times in softball.


Belmont is just as successful on the field as she is in the classroom. The four year, varsity softball athlete received an amazing accomplishment of making the first team all state in softball her junior year.


“It felt really good and was, and still is, a big accomplishment of mine,” said Belmont.


After making it through her senior year, her future plans are to attend college to become a social worker and help kids that are less fortunate.


Even though Belmont has had countless memories at Centennial High School, she said, “I am going to miss going to the Bell Game and playing powder puff, and fun things like that with all my friends.” Her favorite memory was playing and winning junior powderpuff with all her friends.


Because of her amazing accomplishments in high school, Belmont will most likely be just as successful in college.



Courtesy photo.

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