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Divers Enjoy Fantastic Weekend

On Friday night, Senior Dive Captains Austin Flaute and Kaitlyn Stacy competed in the Ned Reeb Diving Invitational at The Ohio State University.  This meet is for select qualified divers in all Ohio divisions.  Both were finalists with Austin capturing the bronze medal for third and Kaitlyn taking 12th place. On Saturday night, the dive team hosted divers

Swimmers Win Black and Blue Meet

The boys and girls swim teams hosted Springboro on Saturday night at the Washington Township Recreation Center in their annual Black and Blue meet.  Prior to the meet getting started, the senior team members celebrated Staff Appreciation Night where they chose a faculty member who has made an impact on their lives and waked out

Hockey Team Ties Northern Kentucky 2-2

The Elks hockey team took the ice this past Saturday against the Northern Kentucky Norse at South Metro Sports and fought to a 2-2 tie. The Elks took the early lead on a breakaway goal by Junior Drew Schemmel in the first period. The Norse tied it up in the first and took the lead

Varsity Girls Bowling Claims 2nd at Muskingum University Tourney

The varsity girls bowling team had a fantastic tournament at Muskingum University Invite held at the Hall of Fame lanes. The girls finished 2nd overall and Brogan Zengel was first overall with a 616. Payton Watson was 4th overall with a 571. The varsity boys did not make the cut at this tournament. The JV

Girls Varsity Basketball Falls To Beavercreek At Home

The varsity girls basketball team hosted Beavercreek Saturday night in a GWOC East Showdown. The Lady Elks came out strong and played aggressive basketball and was tied with Creek at the end of the first quarter 12-12. In the second quarter the Lady Elks continued to play hard and really battled defensively and trailed Creek

Elks Fall to Wildcats

The varsity boys basketball team traveled to Springfield last night to take on the Wildcats in their second National League East game of the year.  The Elks knew they had their work cut out for them as the Wildcats were off to a 3-0 start and the #1 ranked Division I team in the Dayton