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Lady Elks Stun #3 Toledo Notre Dame Academy

The varsity girls basketball team returned to Berlin Hiland High School this afternoon for their second game at Classic in the Country.  Standing in their way was the state’s third-ranked team, Toledo Notre Dame Academy.  The girls from Toledo were in the state final four last year and state champions the year before that.  Therefore,

Gymnasts Finish Fifth at Troy Invite

The varsity gymnastics team spent their day off from school today competing in the Troy Invitational at Troy High School.  The girls were hoping to continue their steady improvement they have enjoyed this season and continue to perfect their routines heading toward the Elk Invitational next weekend and the postseason shortly thereafter.  Mission accomplished! For

Boys Basketball Falls to National Power at Flyin’ to the Hoop

Trent Arena in Kettering once again served as the host site for one of the most prestigious National High School Boys Basketball Invitationals, the annual Premier Health Flyin’ to the Hoop.  This year, the varsity boys basketball team was moved to the Sunday evening primetime game and were matched against Compass Prep from Chandler, Arizona. 

Competition Cheer Has Great Day at Springboro

    Springboro High School was the site on Sunday afternoon as the varsity girls competition cheer and game day squads faced a tough field in The Battle at ‘Boro.  The girls were hoping for a flawless routine as they continue to perfect their routine heading down the stretch toward the state and national competitions. 

Lady Elks Drop Thriller at Classic in the Country

The varsity girls basketball team traveled to Berlin Hiland High School last night to compete in one of the toughest showcase events in the entire state, Classic in the Country.  This year, the girls are playing twice in the event. Their first opponent last night was Gahanna Lincoln from the Columbus suburbs.  From the time

Swimmers and Divers Compete in Always Prestigious Classics

The Southwest Ohio Swim Coaches Association (SWOSCA) hosted their annual Classics meet this weekend in multiple locations.  The swimmers had preliminaries both mornings here at home at the Washington Township Recreation Center and the qualifiers then traveled to Saint Xavier High School each night for the finals.  Meanwhile, the divers held their entire competition Saturday

Boys and Girls Bowling Host Sweet Sixteen Tourney

The varsity boys and girls bowling teams welcomed fifteen of the best varsity teams in the state to a new tournament they hosted on Saturday dubbed the Sweet 16.  Poelking South was the location and the competition was fierce. The girls made it through the qualifying rounds and punched their ticket to the Baker match-pllay

Hockey Advances to Finals of MLK Tourney

The varsity hockey team hosted their annual MLK tourney this weekend at South Metro Sports.  A short bench and four games in 40 hours would certainly test their mettle and strength, but the Elks were up to the challenge. In their opening game on Friday night, the Elks battled Elder to a scoreless tie after

Boys Basketball Wins Ugly Game at Springboro

On Friday night, the varsity boys basketball team traveled to Springboro High School to renew their heated rivalry with the Panthers.  To say the game was ugly would be an understatement. The Elks won the opening tip and freshman Gabe Cupps buried a three for an early, 3-0, lead.  From there, turnovers and missed opportunities

Wrestling Completes Sweep of Traveling Trophies With Win Over Creek

The varsity wrestling team won back the traveling trophy for the Battle of Far Hills vs. Fairmont earlier this year, but had a little unfinished business with Beavercreek.  The Beavers had won 2 years in a row over the Elks, including an exciting 1 point win last year.  The varsity traveled to Beavercreek on Thursday