Centerville Varsity Boys Lacrosse

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Gabriel Signs With Bellarmine

Senior boys lacrosse player Robert Gabriel signed his National Letter of Intent this afternoon to continue his academic and athletic career next year at Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky where he will try to help the Knights win the SoCon championship.  Robert has been a 4-year member of the lacrosse team and will be an

New Albany Ends Boys Lacrosse Season

Coming off an upset win on Tuesday night at fourth seeded Columbus St. Charles, the varsity boys lacrosse team returned to Columbus on Friday night to take on third seeded New Albany in the second round of the 2018 state tournament.  The hosts jumped in front early and had a four-goal lead, 6-2, at the

Ciesla Signs With Tampa

Senior lacrosse player Christopher Ciesla signed his Letter of Commitment this afternoon to continue his academic and athletic career next year at The University of Tampa in Florida.  Chris signed his letter in front of family, coaches, teammates and friends in a ceremony held after school in front of the Athletic Hall of Fame. Congratulations,

Collins Excels in LAX

Mikey Collins, a sophomore this upcoming Fall at Centerville High School, was selected by regional tryout to compete at the Brine National Lacrosse Classic in Richmond, Virginia July 18-21. Mikey played at the faceoff position in the 2020 Division representing the Midwest at the National tournament. He was a member the CHS Varsity Lacrosse team

Last Chance to Buy Bricks on the Walkway of Champions

The deadline for the class of 2017 to buy a brick on the Walkway of Champions this year is rapidly approaching.  The last day for orders is Monday, July 31 for this years’ installation.  Each brick costs $75 and can be ordered by any alumni who earned a varsity letter in athletics during their four-year

Lindsay’s Law Paperwork Now Available

What is Sudden Cardiac Arrest? A Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) occurs when the heart suddenly and unexpectedly stops beating, cutting off blood flow to the brain and other vital organs.  Sudden cardiac arrest is fatal if not treated immediately, most often by a defibrillator. Who is Lindsay? Senate Bill 252 is named for national heart