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Rams Hand Elks Second Straight Loss

The varsity boys basketball team traveled to Trotwood-Madison High School on Monday night looking to bounce back from their loss to Moeller on Saturday night.  Unfortunately for the Elks, the Rams had other ideas and handed the visitors a 73-57 setback which dropped their record to 5-2 on the year. Trotwood jumped out early and

Paulick, White Selected to Participate in Queen of Diamonds Showcase Event

Senior Mollie Paulick and junior Taylor White have been selected to compete in the Queen of Diamonds Showcase North at Kent State University on January 9th and 10th. The QDSN, as it is known, is the largest fastpitch showcase event of it’s kind in the United States. This event continues to attract athletes from 21 states

Girls Bowling Wins Team USA Tourney

The varsity girls bowling team defeated Mentor HS in the Championship round to win the 20 team USA Experience Tournament held at Poelking South. Leading the team was sophomore Brogan Zengel who was also the individual tournament champion and shot a 439 two game total. Junior Tacey Ballen shot a 386 series. The boys team

Hockey Skates to Tie With Indian Hill, Falls to Springboro

On Saturday night at South Metro Sports Center, the varsity hockey team welcomed the Indian Hill Braves for their 2015 Staff Appreciation Night.  The teams played a very competitive game with each other which ended in a 3-3 tie. On Sunday afternoon, the Elks returned to action at South Metro, this time as the visitors as the

Wrestling Has Strong Showing at Coach’s Classic

The varsity wrestling team traveled to Harrison High School this weekend where they competed in the 2015 SWOWCA – Glenn Sample Tournament with 34 other teams.  During the two-day event, the Elks amassed a total of 109.5 points which put them in eighth place. The Elks had several placers in the event including Muayad Mustafa,

Crusaders Hand Elks First Loss

The Moeller Crusaders came to Centerville High School on Saturday night and handed the Elks their first loss of the season, 55-49.  The Crusaders jumped out early, but the Elks responded and trailed just 14-10 after one quarter.  Moeller gave themselves some breathing room in the second quarter and took a 25-17 lead as the

Girls Basketball Cruises Past Wildcats

The varsity girls basketball team handles the Springfield Wildcats at home today 66-18 to raise their record to 6-1 overall and 1-0 in the GWOC Central. The Elks were led in scoring by junior Victoria Harrison who had 15 pts., senior Weston Minnich who had 11 pts., freshmen Alexis Hutchison who had 10 points. The

Boys Basketball 5-0 After Beating Beavercreek

The varsity boys basketball team improved to 5-0 overall and 2-0 in the GWOC Central with a sloppy, 46-40, victory over visiting Beavercreek tonight.  The Elks jumped out early in this game and led 10-3 at the end of the first quarter.  The Beavers closed the gap in the second quarter and trailed,16-12, as the

Boys Bowling Team Wins Holiday Invite

The varsity boys bowling team traveled to S & S Lanes in Cincinnati on Sunday afternoon to compete in the 2015 Holiday Invite. Facing a daunting field of 38 teams, including the numbers one and two ranked teams from the state of Tennessee, the Elks rose to the challenge and won the tournament by an

Hockey Drops Close Game to Padua Franciscan

The varsity ice hockey team hosted the Parma Padua Franciscan Bruins form suburban Cleveland on Sunday afternoon at South Metro Sports Center.  In a very even match, the Elks found themselves trailing 2-1 at the end of the first period.  A three goal second period gave the Elks a 4-3 lead heading into the final