Centerville Varsity Boys Lacrosse

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Your Vote Could be Worth $10,000.00

Through our partnership in the McTix program with Fahlgren Mortine, we have been entered into a contest with Wayne, Northmont, Springfield, Springboro, Fairmont, Beavercreek and Richmond, In. high schools to compete for a $10,000.00 grant for the athletic department. The first round of voting has begun and you can vote once per day by visiting

2016-2017 Season Passes Now Available Online

The 2016-2017 Family All Sports, Fall/Spring and Winter/Spring Passes are now available for purchase online by clicking on the link below. The passes are the same prices this year as they were last year with the all sports passes costing $250 per family and the fall/spring and winter/spring passes each costing $125 per family.

Aviators End Boys Lacrosse Season

The 2016 boys lacrosse season ended right where it started on Wednesday night.  Returning to the site of their season opening, 9-6, setback to Sycamore, the Elks were hoping for a better result this time around.  Unfortunately, the Aviators had different ideas and posted a 13-5 win in the first round of the OHSLA State

245 Junior and Senior Student-Athletes Honored for Academic Excellence

The 40th annual Scholar Athlete Awards Ceremony was held in the Centerville High School Performing Arts Center on Sunday night.  In order to be honored as a scholar-athlete, a junior or senior must have earned a varsity letter during the year and have a cumulative grade point average of 3.2 or higher through five semesters

Battle for the Paddle Goes to Firebirds

The varsity boys lacrosse team hosted Lakota West last night in the “Battle for the Paddle.”  It was also senior night for the Elks as they recognized the seven graduating seniors before the game in an on field ceremony with their parents. The game did not go as planned for the Elks as the Firebirds

Boys Lacrosse Rallies Past Wyoming

The varsity boys lacrosse team hosted the visiting Wyoming Cowboys on Monday night at a rainy Alumni Stadium.  A very sluggish first quarter saw only one goal scored  which gave the visiting Cowboys a 1-0 lead.  The second quarter was evenly played as each team scored a goal and the Cowboys headed to the locker

Boys Lacrosse Falls at #25 New Albany

The varsity boys lacrosse team made the long trip to suburban Columbus on Friday night to take on the 25th ranked New Albany Eagles.  The Elks and Eagles battled all night and New Albany took a 4-3 lead into the halftime break.  A very close second half swa the Eagles outscore the Elks, 6-5, to

Walkway of Champions Bricks Available

Placing a brick with your graduating senior’s name, sport(s) and years played on it is a perfect graduation gift which will create a lasting memory for your student-athlete and family.  The walkway extends from the bell tower down toward the student gate at the football stadium. Each brick is $75 and all checks are to

Boys Lacrosse Tops Alter

The varsity boys lacrosse team topped Alter on a damp, brisk night at Alumni Stadium tonight, 11-6.  The win snapped a frustrating three game losing streak for the boys. Now 4-6 on the year, the team returns to action on Friday night when they host the Miamisburg Vikings at Alumni Stadium.  The JV game gets

Boys Lacrosse Falls at Pickerington Central

The varsity boys lacrosse team made the long trip to Pickerington Central High School on Saturday night to take on the Tigers.  The Elks battled the Tigers, but came up on the short end of a 13-7 score.  The JV team rallied from a 6-1 deficit in the first game of the night to force