Saturday, November 10, 2012
Photo gallery of Friday night's game. Centreville won against the Wolverines, 28-11.
The Centreville Wildcats beat West Potomac Friday night in the quarter-finals game, 28-11. Next week, Friday, Nov. 16, Centreville plays Oakton in the semi-finals at Centreville High School.
Saturday, November 3, 2012
The Wildcats defeated the Cougars, 49-28.
The Centreville Wildcats, at their Senior Night football game, put up a tough fight against the Oakton Cougars. The final score was 49-28.
Saturday, October 27, 2012
Wildcats beat by the Bulldogs, 40-21.
The Centreville Wildcats lost in a tough battle against Westfield High School Friday.
Friday, October 26, 2012
On Friday evening, the Wildcats will attempt to topple the currently undefeated Bulldogs, who have won nearly game since 2001. Can Centreville repeat last year's victory?
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Saturday, October 20, 2012
The Wildcats beat the Chargers 45-31.
It was a great night for the Centreville Wildcats Friday. They won their homecoming game against Chantilly High School, 45-31. Centreville's current record is 6-2.
Saturday, September 29, 2012
Wildcats come out on top, 17-16.
The Centreville High School Wildcats defeated Hayfield in overtime, 17-16, on Friday.
Saturday, September 15, 2012
Wildcats pulled ahead for an early lead.
The Centreville Wildcats held off a second-half comeback by the Mount Vernon Majors Friday night, topping them in a final score of 30-22. The Wildcats dominated early, scoring 20 points with three touchdowns in the first half, twice on the ground with rushes by running backs David Newell and A.J. Turner and once in the air, with a pass to tight end David Liddle. But the Majors refused to go down easy. With only two seconds to go in the half, they scored a touchdown with a pass to tight end Mathias Sivataasi. The Wildcats came out strong for the second half, taking back the momentum when running back Xavier Nickens-Yzer returned the opening kick for a touchdown putting the Wildcats up 27-7. Less than two minutes later, the Majors turned the…
Saturday, September 1, 2012
Centreville beat Lake Braddock 28-27.
A.J. Turner's touchdown reception led the Centreville High School Wildcats to a breathtaking, literal last-minute victory over the Lake Braddock Bruins on Friday. With just 42 seconds on the clock in the fourth quarter, the sophomore had pulled the Wildcats ahead 28-27. And the crowds went wild. It was a fitting start for the team whose last game of the 2011 season was a state final. Click through the photos to see other highlights from the Wildcats' season opener. They next play West Potomac on Sept. 7 at 7:30 p.m.
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
A look at the latest sports news from Centreville High School.
Indoor track: Congratulations and good luck to the 17 runners who will compete in the Northern Region Meet at George Mason University on Saturday, Feb. 18: Texas Williams: Triple Jump, 55m, 300m and 800m relay Philip Christope: Long Jump, Triple Jump Sydney Pryor: Hurdles, Triple Jump Alex Myers: 500m Michael Wright: 300m dash Chan Young Lee: 3200m Chase Heiner: 1000m Maryn Wood: 300m Jackie O’Shea: 3200m Brett Martin, Chris Jones, Daniel Molina, Marcel Smith: 800m, 1600m, 3200m relays Hayley Anderson, Valery Luna, Bella Muzo, Jackie O’Shea: 800m, 1600m, 3200m Wrestling: Centreville High School placed 11th at this past weekend’s Northern Regional Wrestling Tournament held at Hayfield Secondary School. The Wildcats put one …
Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Ken Ekanem signs with Virginia Tech.
At National Signing Day at Centreville High School two-time All-Met defensive end Ken Ekanem announced his decision to attend Virginia Tech. Ekanem had 20 offers from other colleges and decided to become a Hokie. Read more about how recruiters spent significant time and energy recruiting Ekanem, even as early as his junior year. Five other Centreville top athletes signed to play in college. Zach Sakora signed to play lacrosse for Rutgers. Connor Coward signed to play soccer for James Madison University. Three baseball players also committed to play: Bobby San Martin signed to play for James Madision University, Kevin Lachance for UMBC and Texas Williams for Temple University.