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Swim/Dive Teams claim 14th Straight GWOC Central Title

The boys and girls swim and dive teams both won their 14th consecutive GWOC Central Title on Saturday at Trotwood in convincing fashion over 2nd place Beavercreek on both the boys and girls side.  The overall GWOC Championship was moved to Wednesday February 4th at 6:00 pm at Trotwood.  Thirty-two CHS swimmers will travel to

Boys Basketball Falls at Springfield

The varsity boys basketball team was upset at Springfield on Friday 52-57 in a game where the Wildcats controlled most of the game and only poor free throw shooting down the stretch kept the Elks in the game.  The loss drops the Elks to 13-3 overall and 4-2 in the GWOC Central and virtually out

Boys/Girls Bowling Both Remain in 1st Place win Wins Over Beavercreek

The Centerville varsity boys defeated Beavercreek on Friday, 2534-2456 to  move into a 1st place tie in the GWOC Central.  Leading the Elks was junior Joe Shafner who averaged 240 in the match.  The JV boys also defeated Beavercreek, 1998-1957. The CHS varsity girls improved their conference record to 7-0 with a convincing win over

Divers Have great GWOC Championship Meet

The CHS Dive Team traveled to Trotwood on Thursday night and competed at the  GWOC Championships. The Girls were led by Senior Katie Polk finishing in 1st place with a score of 286.15, followed by Senior Maddy Woods placing 2nd with a score of 271.95.  Megan Kujawa was 10th and Breonna Gillespie took 12th. For

Football Signing Tomorrow at CHS

Next Wednesday, February 4, several senior Centerville football players will sign their National Letters of Intent to continue their careers at the next level. The signing ceremony will take place at 12:00 PM in the Central Theater. Here is a list of those who will for sure be signing next Wednesday along with the school

Varsity Girls Basketball Cruises Past Springfield

Stanford bound senior Shannon Coffee (16 points) and sophomore Victoria Harrison (12 points) helped the Lady Elks basketball team cruise past Springfield at home tonight, 68-14. All 13 girls on the roster scored for the Elks, who improved their record to 13-3 overall and 6-0 in the GWOC Central. The JV team was also victorious

Wrestling Downs Lebanon, Falls to Mason in OHSAA State Duals

The varsity wrestling team traveled to Mason High School tonight for the opening rounds of the 2015 OHSAA State Dual Wrestling Meet. The Elks faced GWOC counterpart Lebanon in the first round and earned a hard fought, 36-30 win which advanced them to the second round against host Mason. Unfortunately for the Elks, they ran

Bowling Sweeps Springfield

The boys varsity bowling team defeated Springfield on the road Tuesday 2501-2149 to improve their GWOC Central Division record to 4-2. Leading the Elks was Ryan Cooper who averaged 229. The JV boys defeated Springfield to improve their record to 6-0. The varsity girls remained undefeated with a 2394-1929 win over Springfield. Leading the CHS

Boys Basketball Bounces Back to Beat Miamisburg

After suffering their first loss to a team in the state of Ohio last Friday night at Wayne High School, the varsity boys basketball team hit the road again tonight and made the short trip to Miamisburg High School to take on the Vikings. The Elks led after every quarter and cruised to a 76-47

Diving Team Wins Meet Over the Weekend

On Friday night, the CHS Dive team traveled to WSU for the Dive meet against Miamisburg, Bellbrook, Vandalia Butler and Alter. For the girls Maddy Woods placed 1st with a score of 272.10, followed by Katie Polk placing 2nd with a score of 271.40. Breonna Gillespie placed 7th, Noe Camp 10th, and Megan Kujawa placed