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Boys Volleyball Continuing to Impress

The varsity boys volleyball team traveled to Stow High School to play in the Maroon and Gold invite. The team beat Mount Vernon 2-1 in the opener and then advanced to the finals with a 2-0 win over Dublin Coffman. In the finals the varsity came up short against St. Francis DeSales 0-2 to finish

GLAX Splits at Hannigan/Gallipult Tourney

The girls varsity lacrosse team played at Thomas Worthington in the Hannigan/Gallipult tourney on Saturday. The girls dropped game 1 to Dublin Scioto 5-13 and then bounced back to win game 2 against Hilliard Bradley 9-5. The girls are currently 3-1 and play at Mariemont on Tuesday April 14th with JV at 6:00 pm and

Baseball Falls to Fairfield

Varsity baseball lost 3-1 at Joe Nuxhall Field on Saturday, despite outhitting Fairfield seven to four. Fairfield’s lineup had no answer for Bryan Luna as they managed just two hits off of Luna, who allowed one earned run, walked one and struck out three during his 4 1/3 innings of work. Davis recorded the win

2015-2016 CHS Cheerleading Tryout Results

CHEERLEADING TRYOUT RESULTS 2015-16 REMINDER: Important meeting on May 4 at 7:30 in the West Commons for girls and parents. Comp Squad Tryout Meeting will be April 28 at 7:00 in East 222 for girls and parents for any girl wishing to tryout for our competition squad. Tryouts are May 4 and 5. CONGRATULATIONS TO

Boys Volleyball Team Continues to Roll

The varsity boys volleyball team, fresh off their wins this past weekend in the Ohio-Indiana challenge, continued their strong start to the season this week by sweeping two more opponents. On Tuesday night, the team traveled to Beavercreek to take on a very talented Beavers squad.  The Elks however were not intimidated and swept the Beavers,

Softball Bounces Back to Defeat Springfield, 7-1

In what would appear to be the theme for this week, the varsity softball team dodged the raindrops all night and survived two lightning delays to open 2015 GWOC Central play with a 7-1 win over the visiting Springfield Wildcats. The Elks jumped out in front, 2-0 early, and then had to sit through a

Sports Medicine Student Aide Workshop Planned

If you are interested in becoming a Student Aide to the Athletic Training Staff, you will want to make plans to attend the annual training to be held this year on Monday and Tuesday, June 15 and 16 at the University of Dayton. For more information on this workshop, please visit the following link: http://www.premierhealth.com/Sports-Medicine/Education-Programs/Student-Sports-Medicine-Workshop/

Varsity Softball Drops a Pair of Games at Covington

With the way the rain was pouring down Friday afternoon, there was a concern for Covington that a huge double-header against Division I power Centerville would be cancelled. Fortunately, the rain subsided overnight and Centerville was willing to make the one hour trek to Covington because its own field was unplayable. “We (the coaches) talked

Varsity Baseball Team Falls to Troy

Despite Blake Zeller’s 2-3 performance at the plate on Saturday, the varsity baseball team fell to Troy, 13-5. Three of Centerville’s runs were scored thanks to timely hitting by Zeller. He homered in the fifth and singled in the sixth. Troy couldn’t get anything going as long as Bryan Luna was on the rubber. Luna

Boys Varsity Lacrosse Beats Summit Country Day

The boys varsity lacrosse team traveled to Summit Country day High School on Saturday and came home with a hard fought 16-14 victory. The win puts the elks at 2-0 on the season as they prepare to host rival Springboro on Friday April 10th with the JV at 5:30 pm and the Varsity at 7:30