Centerville Varsity/Reserve Boys/Girls Swimming

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Time Running Out to Order Bricks for Walkway of Champions

Placing a brick on the Walkway of Champions, the path from the bell tower to the football stadium, is a great gift for that graduating senior or CHS alum in your house to honor their time here as a varsity athlete.  In order to be recognized with a brick on the Walkway, the recipient must

Flower Signs With Bucknell

Senior swimmer and multiple event state qualifier Alan Flower signed his National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and athletic career at Bucknell University next year.  Alan was a 4-year varsity swimmer here and will be a great addition to the Bucknell team.  He signed his letter in front of family, friends, coaches, teammates

Cummins Signs With Ashland

Senior swimmer and multiple event state qualifier Joe Cummins signed his National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and athletic career at Ashland University next year.  Joe was a 4-year varsity swimmer here and will be a great addition to the Ashland team.  He signed his letter in front of family, friends, coaches, teammates and classmates in a

King Signs With Lindsey Wilson

Senior swimmer and multiple event state qualifier Tyler King signed his Letter of Commitment to continue his academic and athletic career at Lindsey Wilson College in Columbia, Kentucky next year.  Tyler was a 4-year varsity swimmer, a 4-year football player and a 3-year baseball player here and will be a great addition to the Lindsey Wilson team.  He is a

Girls Swimmers Finish in Top Ten at State Meet, Boys Perform Well

The boys and girls swim and dive teams had fourteen qualify for the state meet this weekend at CT Branin Natatorium in Canton.  The Elks got off to a fantastic start as 12 of the qualifiers competed in the prelims on Friday morning and 11 of them advanced to the finals on Saturday afternoon. In the

14 Swimmers Headed to Canton for State Championships

Congratulations to the swim team on a great district meet as they continued their proud reputation at the State’s most competitive district meet on Saturday.  The girls placed third and the boys placed fifth overall.  A total of 14 swimmers qualified to compete at the OHSAA State meet next week at CT Branin Natatorium in Canton! Qualifying

Boys and Girls Swim Teams Dominate Sectional Meet

The boys and girls swim teams dominated the OHSAA Sectional meet held on Friday night (boys) and Saturday morning (girls).  Numerous swimmers and divers qualified for the District Finals this week.  The boys District Finals for diving are tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. and the girls on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. at Miami University.  The swimming

Boys and Girls Swim Teams Win Overall GWOC Titles

The boys and girls swim and dive teams followed up their divisional titles last Saturday by winning the overall GWOC championship meet Thursday evening at Trotwood-Madison High School. The teams broke several conference records during the meet. The records that fell were: Liz Quarin in both the 200 and 500 free. Alan Flower in the

Boys and Girls Swimmers Win Both Division and League Titles

The  boys and girls swim teams traveled to Trotwood-Madison High School on Saturday afternoon to compete in the division and league meets.  The boys and girls teams won both titles on Saturday going away. In the boys competition, the Elks amassed 566 points to easily outdistance Eastern division runner-up Beavercreek, who had 454.  West division winner

Girls Finish Third, Boys Fourth at Classics Swim Meet

The boys and girls swim and dive team joined more than 3,000 swimmers and 125 divers from more than 50 schools at the Southwest Ohio Swim Coaches Association Classic (SWOSCA) this weekend.  This is the largest high school swim meet in the country. In the girls competition, 44 schools scored team points and the Lady