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Girls Varsity Gold Golf Cruises Past Panthers

The girls varsity gold golf team traveled to Heatherwoode Golf Course last night to take on the Springboro Panthers in a nine-hole duel.  Led by the sensational senior duo of Marissa Wenzler, who shot a 38, and Kayla Ramsey, who fired a 39, the Lady Elks cruised to a 29-stroke win, 162-191.  Also scoring for

Boys Soccer Survives Fairmont with 1-0 Victory

According to Greek mythology, the Firebird (or phoenix), is a long-lived bird that cyclically regenerates or is otherwise born again.  Associated with the Sun, the Firebird obtains new life by arising from the ashes of its predecessor. Last night, the Boys Soccer Varsity and JVA hosted the Fairmont Firebirds in a set of GWOC matches. 

Varsity Girls Soccer Suffers First Loss of Season

The girls varsity soccer team welcomed the Lebanon Warriors to Alumni Stadium tonight for a GWOC crossover contest on Youth Night. The visiting Warriors got on the board first when they scored with 13 minutes left in the first half to take a 1-0 lead.  The Elks responded with a goal six minutes later by

Girls Varsity Gold and Black Golf Both Win

The girls varsity gold golf team hosted Ursuline Academy tonight in a duel at Yankee Trace.  Behind Marissa Wenzler’s 34, the girls beat their visitors from Cincinnati, 147-158.  Joining Marissa in the team scoring were Kayla Ramsey with a 37 and Jenna Hayes and Carley Jones, who both shot 38. Varsity black, meanwhile, traveled to

Girls Varsity Gold Tennis Continues to Impress

The girls varsity gold tennis team made the short trip up Far Hills Avenue tonight to take on the Fairmont Firebirds in an NL East showdown.  The girls played well and blanked the host Firebirds, 5-0, to remain unbeaten in league play. Varsity and JV black were also in action tonight against Valley View.  Varsity

Boys Varsity Gold Golf Wins Springfield Invite

The boys varsity gold golf team traveled to Reid Park Golf Course today to compete in the Springfield Invite.  Behind the stellar play of Eric Cherubini, who fired a 70, the boys shot a team score of 301 to finish first in the 15-team field.  Also scoring for the Elks today were Nick Clark with