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Boys Basketball Wins 11th Straight, Sets Up Huge Showdown With Wayne

The varsity boys basketball team traveled to Beavercreek High School last night looking for their 11th straight win to position themselves for a shot at the league title on Friday night.  The boys took care of business from the outset and cruised to an easy victory. In the first quarter, the Elks jumped out to

Boys Bowlers Win GWOC, Girls Complete Perfect Regular Season

The varsity bowling teams traveled to Beaver-Vu Lanes last night for their final regular season match of the year against the host Beavercreek Beavers.  The boys knew it was a winner-take-all match for the GWOC East title while the girls were trying to complete a perfect, 12-0, GWOC regular season.  Missions Accomplished! The boys knew

Nation Heading to Wittenberg

          Senior soccer player Grace Nation signed her Letter of Commitment this afternoon to continue her academic and athletic career at Wittenberg  University next year.  Grace will be a great addition to the Tigers soccer team.  She signed her letter in front of family, coaches, teammates, classmates and friends in a ceremony held

Sethi Signs With Case Western

            Senior soccer player Maia Sethi signed her Letter of Commitment this afternoon to continue her academic and athletic career at Case Western Reserve University next year.  Maia will be a great addition to the Spartans soccer team.  She signed her letter in front of family, coaches, teammates, classmates and

Elks Wrestling Goes 9-0 In Finals Of GWOC Tourney, Claim 4 Titles

The varsity wrestling team has had to work extremely hard to try and overcome the adversity of many injuries this year. This past weekend at Butler High School the Elks pulled together and gave their best overall effort as a team placing 3rd overall in the GWOC and 2nd in the GWOC East. Nine wrestlers

Reibly Signs With Findlay

          Senior football offensive lineman Nick Reibly signed his National Letter of Intent this afternoon to continue his academic and athletic career at the University of Findlay next fall.  Nick will be following the lead of his older brother, Matt, who also went from CHS to Findlay.  Nick signed his letter