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Girls Lacrosse Wins Tourney Thriller

The varsity girls lacrosse team traveled to Lakota East High School tonight to open postseason play and both teams put on an instant classic. 50 minutes of regulation time was not enough to decide this one and the game headed to OT. Toward the end of OT, Lakota East put on a tremendous flurry around

Softball Edges Franklin, 2-1

The varsity softball team edged SWBL power Franklin at home tonight, 2-1. The win raised their season record to 23-3. The postseason gets underway Wednesday night at home when the Elks host a sectional semifinal game at 5PM.

Softball Team Honored by League

The 23-3 record to date and GWOC Central Division Co-Championship did not go unnoticed by the GWOC coaches as many team members were honored with post-season recognition. Head Coach Paul Martin was named Central Coach of the Year. Voted to the 1st team were: Sophomore P Mollie Paulick, Junior 1B/P Alyssa Samborsky, Senior SS Ashley

#10 Elks Fall to #1 Warriors

On Friday night, the varsity softball team traveled to Lebanon Junior High to take on the state’s top-ranked team. It was the 23rd time this year a team has tried to hand Lebanon their first loss and the 23rd time that effort has failed. Lebanon ace Tara Trainor fired a no-hitter and her offense did

Elks Stun Thunderhawks in Closing Seconds, Fall to Wildcats

The boys lacrosse team hosted Lakota East on Friday night at Centerville Stadium in what turned out to be a fantastic game.  The game went back and forth for four quarters and was decided when the Elks scored with 13 seconds left and then held on defensively to post the 7-6 win. On Saturday afternoon,

Elks, Eagles Battle to Draw on Senior Night

Friday night was senior night for the girls lacrosse team as they welcomed the Milford Eagles to Centerville Soccer Stadium.  Prior to the game, Milford’s seven seniors were recognized and presented a flower by one of the Elks.  After that, Centerville’s 15 graduating seniors were honored on the field with their parents in a brief

Varsity Baseball Falls to Lebanon

The varsity baseball team fell to 9-13 on the season with a 7-14 defeat at the hands of the Lebanon Warriors on the road Friday.  The JV team beat Lebanon at home 9-8 and the Freshmen won at home 7-4.  The Elks are back in action on Friday as the varsity hosts Moeller at 5:00

Boys Track 5th at Mason Invite

On Friday night the boys varsity track team traveled to Mason and finished in 5th place.  Tito Odenigbo won the shot put.  The 4×400 team of Nic Coburn, Ryan Hale, Ilyas Motley, and Grant Harmon placed 2nd.  Brian Jason was 3rd in the pole vault and Caleb Andreason was 3rd in the 800m.  Boys compete

Softball Goes to 22-2 With Dominant Win

A night after wrapping up a share of the GWOC Central Division title, the varsity softball team welcomed the West Carrollton Pirates to Centerville High School. The Elks showed no mercy to their visitors in cruising to a 16-1 win. The girls have a huge task on their hands tonight as they take their #10

Girls Lacrosse Wins at Fenwick

The varsity and JV girls lacrosse teams won at Middletown Fenwick on Thursday night. The JV team rolled to an 11-2 win over the Falcons while the varsity prevailed, 6-3. The girls return to action tonight at Centerville Soccer Stadium where they will face the Milford Eagles on Senior Night. The JV game begins at