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Hockey Has Busy Weekend

The hockey team had a very busy weekend with home games on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. In Friday night’s game, the Elks spent too much time in the penalty box which allowed St. Xavier to score three power play goals to go along with their two short-handed goals en route to a 7-2 win over

Gymnastics 2nd at Forest Hills Flip Fest

The gymnastics squad competed at Anderson High School on Saturday in the Forest Hills Flip Fest and earned 2nd place as a team in the event.  The Lady elks were lead by Erin Kafka who was 3rd all-around as an individual and Emma Kain who won the balance beam. The girls are back in action

Girls Basketball Wins at Springfield

The varsity girls basketball team opened up GWOC Central play with a convincing, 74-33 win at Springfield High School on Saturday afternoon. Senior Shannon Coffee poured in 31 points for the Elks while sophomore Victoria Harrison added 17. That was the 6th straight win for the girls and ran their record to 6-1 overall and

Boys Basketball Goes to 4-0 With Win Over Bombers

The varsity boys basketball team defeated St. Xavier at home on Saturday night, 45-30, to improve to 4-0 on the season. Leading a balanced scoring attack for the Elks were seniors Clayton Schmerber, Joey Weingartner and Mitch Balser with 12, 10 and 8 points respectively. In the first game of the evening, the freshman gold

Boys Varsity Basketball Beats Beavercreek, 3-0 St. Xavier Up Next

The boys varsity basketball squad outlasted a pesky Beavercreek squad that had the Elks out of sync all night but the Elks pulled out a 47-32 road victory.  The win moves the Elks to 3-0 overall and 2-0 in the GWOC Central.  The 9th Gold team lost 48-49 and the JV team won 45-39.  The

Girls’ Basketball Sweeps Miamisburg

The varsity girls basketball team defeated Miamisburg at home tonight, 58-40, to complete a three-game sweep for the Elks. Junior Weston Minnich led the team with 15 points while Stanford-bound senior Shannon Coffee added 14. The freshman got the evening off to a good start with their 38-4 win over the Vikings. That was followed

Fall Sports Set The Tone

Following a long, hard summer filled with workouts and preparations for the 2014 fall athletic season, the Centerville Elks shined on the field, on the course and in the gymnasium. The fall teams combined to win seven of the nine GWOC Central Division titles and three of the six overall conference titles. We also had

Boys varsity Basketball Moves to 2-0

The varsity boys basketball team moved to 2-0 on the season by beating Xenia 57-49 at home on Saturday.  The Elks are still trying to find their groove but have grinded out two home victories to start the season.  The Elks were lead by senior Kyle Dodson with 21 pts, senior Joey Weingartner with 12

Girls Varsity Basketball Runs Off 4th in a Row

The varsity squad won their 4th in a row on Saturday by beating Xenia 68-43 at home.  The varsity is now 4-1 overall.  The Elks were lead by senior Shannon Coffee with 21 pts, junior Weston Minnich with 13 pts, and freshmen Jasmine Broner with 12 pts.  The JV team won 51-34.  Girls are back

Boys Varsity Basketball Wins Opener

The boys varsity basketball team had four players in double digits to upend Springfield at home on Friday in their opener 74-67.  Senior Joey Weingartner led all scorers with 26 pts, sophomore Sam Lash has 12 pts, senior Kyle Dodson had 11 pts, and senior Mitch Balser added 10 pts.  The JV team lost 57-59