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Girls Varsity Soccer Beats Fairmont/Anderson

The varsity girls’ soccer team had two impressive wins this week with an 8-0 win over Fairmont at home on Wednesday followed by a 6-0 road victory at Anderson on Thursday.  The Lady Elks now stand at 8-0 on the season.

Boys Soccer Topples Alter

Perhaps because this rivalry match was remorsefully taken away by rain a year ago, the Elks went ahead and hosted the Alter Knights on a rain-drenched field.  The loose field conditions were extremely challenging for both squads, and by the evening’s end the Elks white jerseys had also become brown.  Following a Knight corner kick

Boys Soccer Ties Fairmont

After a sweltering day, the evening’s weather turned out to be quite pleasant for a contest between neighboring schools where many of the players knew each other as club teammates.   The Elks dominated play in the first half and had continual opportunities.  A Luke Thomas cross to a Tommy Seebacher header sailed just wide.  A

Girls XC Shines in Tiffin

In the Varsity A race, coach Dobson opted to run two teams, with one finishing first and the other seventh out of 34 teams.  The first team was paced by Meghan Harris, who placed 10th overall.  Following Harris were Megan Quinlan (11th), Sonal Gupta (13th), Meredith Rintoul (15th), Lainey Studebaker (18th), Brianna Burkman (36th), and

Varsity Volleyball Wins in Louisville, KY

The girls varsity volleyball team beat Butler(KY) lost to Notre Dame Academy(KY) on Friday to qualify for the Silver Bracket of the Louisville Invite.  On Saturday the lady Elks rattled off 3 straight wins to win the Silver Bracket.  The lady Elks beat St. Henry(KY), Ryle(KY), and St. Ursula(OH) to claim the title.  Girls are

Elks Roll Springboro 63-20

The Varsity Elk football team has waited patiently for year, well aware that last year’s loss to Springboro may have given some teams on their schedule some hope that the Elks may have been vulnerable.  This year is a whole different story.  The Elks put on a clinic and dominated Springboro from start to finish. 

Girls Soccer Beats Alter, Runs Record to 6-0

The lay Elks remained undefeated by defeating Alter at home Saturday 2-0.  The Eks entered the game as the #1 ranked D-I girls soccer team and Alter entered the game as the #1 D-II girls soccer team in the area.  The lady Elks dominated play with scores by Junior Lauren Moran and Senior Amy Simpson. 

Boys Soccer Defeats Westerville North 1-0

Early on it appeared that the Warriors were no match for the Elks speed and ball handling, but the Warriors ability to slow the speed of the game with holding proved to be a great equalizer.   Appropriately, off a free kick, Tommy Seebacher got the Elks going with a loft from the 40 that Neil

Boys Soccer Battles to Scoreless Tie

Fans of both teams were treated to an outstanding game of cleanly played, finesse soccer.  The Thunderhawks captured an early advantage by choosing to have Elk keeper Captain Justin Niswonger face the setting sun.  Niswonger was ready and made his initial save 4 minutes in.  Lakota possessed the ball extremely well in the first half,

Girls Varsity Soccer Beats Lebanon

The girls varsity soccer team pulled out a hard fought game against Lebanon at home on Wednesday 2-1 with spectacular late goal to pull out the win.  The JV team also won 3-1.  Great job Lady Elks!