Corona Centennial (CA) finishes 2nd at Adidas 7 on 7 at Redondo Beach

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Corona Centennial is one of those programs that reloads instead of rebuilding.  The Huskies finished second at Saturday’s Adidas 7on7 in Redondo Beach.

Corona Centennial lost to an all-star team made-up of mostly Bishop Gorman (Nevada) players, including quarterback Tate Martell.  The Huskies lost on the last play of the game.

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