Mile News Tagged Broadneck High School


Olympic champion Centrowitz returns to Broadneck, inspires high school athletes

November 09, 2016

Students admired his humility, his athleticism — and the gold medal hanging from his neck.

By Cindy Huang, Capital Gazette

Broadneck High School student Julianna Fernandez lifted up her foot so 2016 Olympic gold medalist Matthew Centrowitz could bend down and sign his name on it.

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