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  • *NEW* Cougar Soccer Academy (grades K-9)

    Serious about your soccer development? Then we want you in Cougar Soccer Academy - the highest level of technical and tactical advancement, for boys and girls, with curricular-based learning at its best. 60 minutes of training followed by a 30-minute futsal game for friends and family to watch. We're building a pathway to excellence in our community. Coach Ottosen, Head Boys Varsity Coach; Erik Bloom, Professional soccer player and CHS coach and Centennial Grad; Coach Cooksley, JV head coach; and various recent Centennial graduates currently playing college soccer. 4-9 pm window* *Schedules will be sent before the session begins. K-3 will be at the earliest times.
  • *NEW* DASH After School Soccer (Gr. 2-5)

    DASH Sports soccer camps provide players a well-rounded soccer experience covering a broad range of soccer skills training (dribbling, passing, shooting, & defense) and skill-based games. Players will be challenged while receiving instruction in a fun, positive environment while learning values of 'Respect, Hustle, and Pride'. Camp ends with a scrimmage on the final day. Athletes bring a water bottle (spikes and shin guards are optional). Balls are provided. Please bring a water bottle and dress for the weather.
  • *NEW* DASH Soccer Tykes (Ages 2-6)

    Dash Sports Soccer Tykes camps provide players with an introductory experience to the game of soccer. Key elements of dribbling, passing, and shooting will be taught and practiced. Fun, skill-based games will be played to practice newly learned skills. Athletes should bring a water bottle (spikes and shin guards optional). Soccer balls are provided. Parent participation is required for the 2 - 3 year old group and recommended when needed for the 4 - 5 year old group.
  • *NEW* DASH Volleyball (Grades 1-4)

    DASH Sports Volleyball camps provide players with a well-rounded experience in a fun environment. Key volleyball skills such as passing, serving, and hitting will be taught and practiced. Fun, volleyball skill specific games are also incorporated, giving players game type experience, and a better understanding of the game! Athletes should bring a water bottle and snack (knee pads optional). Balls are provided.
  • *NEW* Holiday Open Skating (all ages)

    Grab your friends and family an let's kick off the holiday season at the ice arena. Enjoy some seasonal music, holiday-themed lights and time with some of your favorite people. Ice arena staff will be present. Sundays, October 29 & Dec 17 2-3:20 pm $5/person (children 6 and under free) Bring your own skates PAY AT THE DOOR. NO ONLINE REGISTRATION - INFORMATION LISTED HERE IS FOR YOUR INFO ONLY. EVENT IS NOT FULL!
  • *NEW* Skyhawks Pickleball (Ages 5-11)

    America's #1 growth sport, pickleball, is now available with Skyhawk Sports! Our pickleball program introduces young children to the basics of pickleball in a fun approach. Campers will learn how to serve, hit groundstrokes and volley with instruction from our coaches while we provide a fun atmosphere with exercises and games to help promote the lifelong sport of pickleball. This exciting new sport will create lifelong friends and skills that can translate into other sports as well.
  • Archery Club (grades 2-8)

    Explore archery as a lifetime sport while developing National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP) target archery skills. Learn safe techniques and practices; acquire skills related to effective communication, cooperation, rules, and respect in a group; use practice to improve skills and reach goals; rehearse good sportsmanship and gain exposure to the value of natural resources and the outdoor community. Equipment provided (Genesis Compound bows) via the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (NASP), National Wild Turkey Federation (Struttin' Toms Chapter), Minnesota Deer Hunters Association (Lakes Chapter), Minnesota Bowhunters, Inc., Centennial Community Education and Anoka County Youth Initiatives Grant.
  • Conquer Ninja Rec Team (Ages 6-13)

    Ninja Obstacle Training is extremely popular with kids and is a fun, unique way to develop confidence, strength, endurance, balance, and friendships! Not only is it the fastest growing sport, but it is the fastest growing cross-training sport as well. Athletes benefit from training in agility, power, perseverance, and resilience; attributes that all athletes strive to improve. Our Rec Team is designed for youth ages 6-13 of all experience levels. Practice on real obstacles inspired by the TV show such as warped walls, salmon ladders, tilting ladders, and so much more during their weekly practice. Rec Team members will learn the styles and techniques to develop their ninja skills with over 40 different obstacles. This program consists of 6 practices and 2 competitions.
  • DASH Basketball Tykes (Ages 2-6)

    DASH Sports Basketball Tykes camps provide players an introductory experience to the great game of basketball through fun skill-based drills and mini-games. Players will be taught how to properly dribble, pass, shoot and play defense in a fun and positive environment. Athletes should bring a water bottle. Balls are provided. Parent participation is encouraged when necessary.
  • DASH Jr. NBA Basketball Camp (Grades 1-4)

    DASH Sports Jr. NBA basketball skills camps provide players a well-rounded basketball experience covering a broad range of skills training and skill-based games. Players will be taught how to properly shoot, pass, dribble, and play defense in a fun and positive environment. This camp features 2 days of basketball skills training and instruction and 2 days of instructor led games/scrimmages. Each player will also receive a customized Jr. NBA jersey of their favorite team with registration. Athletes should bring a snack and water bottle. Balls are provided.
  • DASH Multi-Sport Non-School Day Camp (Gr. K-5)

    Looking for a fun non-school day filled with fun sports activities? This Multi-Sport camp includes fun skills training and games in three sports: Soccer, Basketball, and Flag Football. Athletes will spend roughly 2 hours on each sport, performing instructor-led fun skill-based activities and games. Athletes should bring two snacks, a lunch, and a water bottle.
  • Elementary Cheer (Gr. 1-5)

    Focus on the elements of competitive cheer including jumps, tumbling, motions, dance, cheer routines and stunting. In addition to practices, participants will take part in 2 competitions. Practices held on Tuesday nights, with added Fridays as we get closer to the competitions. We will also perform in a district-wide cheer show at Centennial in January, date TBD, where family and friends can attend. These classes are a great way to explore an interest in competitive cheerleading. Wear comfortable clothes, tennis shoes*, and bring a water bottle and snack. Cost includes a uniform to use for competition, competition fees, a practice t-shirt and a bow. *Participants will need to have white tennis shoes with white bottoms for competitions. You can find your own, or purchase online for approximately $40 and up.
  • Fall Soccer Skills (Gr. K-1)

    Learn how to "Defend the Den" with the Centennial Cougar recreational soccer program. This program is open to boys and girls of all levels of ability. We strive to provide an environment of wholesome, competitive fun, developing good character and sportsmanship, team play, and an education in the rules and skills of soccer. Small sided games are used to teach and equip our youth with the fundamentals of soccer. This program will focus on individual skills and help players improve their balance, control, and agility. Instruction and training provided by high school coaching staff and advanced high school players. In order to utilize full space, parents will be asked to stay outside the gym. Please bring a size 3 soccer ball, shin guards and a water bottle to each session. For safety and cleanliness, please carry in your tennis shoes.
  • Fencing (grades 2-8)

    New and returning participants invited. Join this fast-growing Olympic sport. Each class follows four basic components: Teach It: Hall of Fame Olympic Fencing Coach Ro Sobalvarro crafts our lessons and curriculum. Practice It: Pair up and practice fencing moves or concepts, rotate partners and repeat. Move It: Participate in fencing matches using only the moves taught so far. Play It: 10-15 minutes each class fence with multiple fencers at your skill level. All equipment provided. Safety is our first priority. We supply safety swords, protective masks, chest plates and jackets, in a high-octane, inclusive environment. Sign up today to think, learn, and play well.
  • Intro to Basketball (ages 4-9)

    Classes will be age appropriate, with the younger group focusing on more introductory skills, learning the very basics of basketball and just being with friends and having fun. Older children will work on skills and drills as well, with possibly moving into some friendly competition. We will work on dribbling, passing, shooting, and working with teammates. Please bring a water bottle and carry in dry shoes to wear in the gym. Please be sure to register for the correct session based on your child's age.
  • Intro to Ninja (Ages 6-13)

    Young Ninjas develop strength and agility during this course by learning different styles and techniques to master all obstacles! We have warped walls, angled steps, salmon ladders, cliff hangers, tilted ladders; all Ninja inspired obstacles! Increase flexibility, problem-solving and coordination that can be transferred into ninja levels testing or enhance other athletic performances. All classes are coached by an experienced Ninja trainer.
  • Learn to Ski/Snowboard (grades 5-9)

    Each winter, Wild Mountain helps thousands of children learn to ski and snowboard. Consider introducing your child to a lifetime sport of skiing. This specialized program includes lift tickets, rental equipment, helmet and a "learn to ski or snowboard" lesson. Parents and children can register for this program. if a parent is participating or will be present the entire time, you are welcome to stay as long as you'd like. If students are being dropped off they will check in with the chaperone, and will need to be picked up again by 3 pm. Instructions for drop off/pick up at Wild Mountain will be sent before the program.
  • Levels 1-2 Ninja - a step above Intro (ages 6-13)

    For the ninja who has taken Intro To Ninja and feels like they're ready for just a bit more! A fun, structured class with stations, a bit of open gym, and hands on training!
  • Little Tumblers (ages 3-4)

    Must be potty trained, able to follow basic instructions and comfortable in a group without parent. Developing gymnasts will learn basic and fundamental gymnastic skills in a safe, fun, age appropriate, structured environment. Wear non-baggy athletic clothes, no tights (socks or bare feet only). Class ratio 6:1.
  • Middle School After School Basketball (Gr. 6-8)

    Skyhawks Basketball invites kids to learn, practice through repetition and excel at the ideal skills of basketball. We teach proper fundamentals such as dribbling, footwork and ball handling, passing, shooting, driving, rebounding and defending all while giving them time and space to hone their skills. Whether fairly new to basketball or have been playing mid to high levels for years, bring that enthusiasm and energy and let's have some fun on the court! We guarantee that your kids will gain from this basketball program. This is open to both boys and girls.
  • Middle School Boys Traveling Soccer (Gr. 6-8)

    Both new and experienced Centennial players are welcome. Learn some new skills and stay active after school. Experienced coaches will lead soccer. Game schedule is pending; we will update game schedule ASAP. We hope to have between 6-8 games during the season, both home and away. Busing is provided to away games to and from the middle school. For away games students can ride with a parent home from the game, or will need transportation home from the MS. For practice nights, student can ride the activity bus home at 4:45 pm, or stay at school in the cafeteria with supervision until 6 pm. If you need after school supervision until 6 pm, please make note on your registration. Please wear appropriate clothing for the weather, soccer cleats or tennis shoes, shin guards, and bring a water bottle (kids will not be allowed back into the building for additional water).
  • Middle School Cheer (Gr. 4-8)

    This year we will be offering 2 options for Middle School Cheer. We will have a Red/Competitive team that will attend 5 competitions in December and January and the State Tournament in January. We will also offer a White/Recreational team for new athletes with 1 or two competitions. Please see full descriptions below. Tryouts will take place the week of Red/Competitive Cheerleading (Gr. 6-8) is the name of the game for this one. We will work on and learn many things such as; healthy living, sportsmanship, teamwork, community involvement, dance, tumbling, cheers, stunting and more! We will have two practices a week in order to prepare for 5 competitions this year - two in December, three in January with the season ending with the State competition in January. Practice: There will be a camp in July. Two practices a week on Monday evenings from 6-8 pm (minus holidays) until September 11. Then starting September 18, we will be adding Tuesday practices from 5:15-7:15 pm. Practices will take place at Centennial High School-Cafeteria, with a few exceptions due to school activities. In addition a few Saturdays are planned for choreography, team bonding and State routine clean up. Parent Meeting: Will be held before tryouts to go over team descriptions and information. Then another parent meeting will happen once teams are formed. Fees: $715 ($340 due at time of registration and 3 payments of $125 will be deducted on 8/15, 9/15 and 10/15.) + apparel as needed. includes: practice space, coaches, uniforms to borrow, music for competition, busing to State, two practice shirts, a sweatshirt, 2 bows, and a pair of socks. No refunds after August 4. White/ Recreational Cheerleading (Grades 4-8): This recreational program will teach you the basics of cheerleading without the hustle of competing in the official middle school division. Team White will still attend two competitions and the Centennial all-program show, but will perform the routine as an exhibition. Girls will have the excitement of showing off their skills without the pressure of competing in the middle school division. Anyone is welcome to join the team, regardless of current skill level. Team White will also participate in the Blue Heron Days Parade, Homecoming Parade, and more - just the same as Team Red. Athletes on Team White will also be considered to move up to Team Red, if the need arises. Team White is highly encouraged for 4th grade and up athletes that plan to pursue cheerleading in middle school. Rec practices: Tuesday evenings 7:15-8:30 pm. Fees: $225 includes: practice space, coaches, t-shirt and bow. 7th and 8th grade students will need to have a sports physical on file with the school in order to participate. Coaches: Danielle Laske is a Centennial Cheerleading alumna and fell in love with coaching the moment she had the opportunity to coach the Middle School team in the 2015-2016 year. Since then, she has coached both the Elementary and Middle School teams. “I think one of my favorite things about coaching is watching the athletes grow throughout the years. A lot of girls I used to coach have graduated and moved onto college cheerleading and I am so blessed I was able to be a small part of their cheerleading careers.” Rachael Lichtenberg : Rachael cheered for Centennial Middle School in 6th and 8th grade, Centennial Varsity 2010-2013 and Northern Elite All Stars 2012-2013. Her favorite parts of cheer were stunting and tumbling. She visited the Centennial Middle School team during the 2020-2021 season and was immediately interested in joining the coaching team! After a long break from cheer, she is ready to join the program again and bring her skills to the team.
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    Middle School Wrestling (grades 6-8)

    No experience necessary! Welcome to Centennial Middle School Wrestling. Looking for 6-8th Graders to come join us this season! Wrestling builds endurance, strength and agility improving athlete performance in all other sports. Wrestlers develop self-confidence and discipline as they work toward individual and team goals. Come see what all the excitement is about! Competitions will start mid October with typically one per week. Bussing will be provided from the middle school to meets. Parents will need to set up rides home if not attending the meet. Practice is Mon-Fri, 3-4:45, but those taking the activity bus home will be dismissed at 4:30, and are excused from Friday practices, as the activity busses run Monday through Thursday.
  • Mini Cougar Cheer Clinic (Gr. 1-5)

    Your mini Cougar will learn and perform cheers with the CHS varsity cheerleaders during part of a Centennial home football game. Practice will be the Saturday before the game from 12-4 pm. Your mini Cougar will cheer with the high school team on the sideline and then perform with them at half time. Pick up your mini Cougar after the half-time routine to join you in the stands to watch the remainder of the game. For practice, wear comfy athletic clothes, tennis shoes and bring a water bottle. Registration fee includes poms, cheer bow, snack during the clinic and child game day entry fee. On game day, arrive at 5:45 pm to check in at the CHS West gym to get ready. A game time, girls will sit with their families to start and then join the cheerleaders on the sidelines at the designated time and then perform at halftime. Family members will need to pay to attend the game. Registration will close 10 days before game day. Game day Thursday, October 19.