Centerville Varsity Boys Lacrosse

  • Overall Record: 15 - 6
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Boys Lacrosse Rallies Late, Tops Oakwood

The varsity boys lacrosse team hosted the Oakwood Lumberjacks on Wednesday night at Alumni Stadium.  The Elks trailed the Lumberjacks at the end of the first quarter, 2-0, and 3-1, at halftime.  In the second half, the Elks turned up the pressure and cut the Lumberjack lead to 4-3 heading to the final quarter.   In

Boys Lacrosse Falls at Hilliard Davidson

The boys lacrosse teams traveled to Hilliard Davidson on Friday night to face off with the Columbus-area power.  The Elks battled the Wildcats, but dropped a hard-fought, 9-5 game.  The JV team also fell, 8-6. Now 2-2 on the year, the team returns to action on Wednesday, April 13th when they host  Oakwood at Alumni

All Parents of High School Athletes Asked to Take Survey

The Centerville High School Athletic Department has put together a customer satisfaction survey and we are asking all parents of high school student-athletes, student-athletes, staff and faculty as well as community members who are fans of the high school teams to please go online and take it to provide us with valuable feedback.  Once this

Boys Lacrosse Beats Lebanon

The varsity boys lacrosse team traveled to Lebanon Monday night to face the Warriors. Outstanding efforts by attacker Jake Rankey and goalie Noah Dubrava propelled the Elks to a big victory. Jake Rankey’s 6 goals and Noah’s 12 saves made the difference in a penalty laden game. Now 2-1 on the young season, the Elks travel

Boys Lacrosse Fights Back Against Lakota East

The varsity boys lacrosse team opened the season with a disappointing loss at Sycamore last Wednesday 9-6 in a game where the Elks just had too many turnovers to battle back against Sycamore. Then at home on Friday the Elks were down 4-1 at the half against Lakota East and were getting completely outplayed. The

Rick Wire to Address College Recruiting in Centerville

Rick Wire, President of Dynamite Sports, Inc., is considered by many to be one of the most inspiring motivational speakers in the country and is an expert in the field of college athletics, scholarships, and the recruiting process.  Rick will bring that expertise to the Centerville High School Central Theater for a FREE presentation on

Elks Induct Three New Members Into School’s Athletic Hall of Fame

On Friday night, Centerville High School welcomed three new members into it’s Athletic Hall of Fame at a reception held in the school’s Central Theater.  The inductees were also introduced to the crowd prior to the start of the varsity boys’ basketball game against Fairmont. The first inductee, John Amos, is a 1990 graduate of

Dobson Earns Prestigious Honor

The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) announced Wednesday the state-by-state winners of its second annual High School Coach of the Year award for cross country.  Centerville Girls Cross Country coach David Dobson, pictured far left, was named the Girls Cross Country Coach of the Year for the state of Ohio.

Free Ice Skating/Great Food Deals/Support CHS Hockey

The Centerville Athletic Department is sponsoring “A Night with Centerville Hockey” on Saturday January 16th. All Centerville High School Students just need to show their student ID’s and you can skate for free from 3-5 pm. There is no cost (not even skate rental) and you will be joined by some of the hockey players

Alumni Stadium/Legacy Field Becomes a Reality

In early Spring Mr. Robert Mays visited the Athletic Office at Centerville High School and shared his desire to help the Athletic Department to upgrade the Magsig Soccer/Lacrosse facility by using his generous donation as a springboard to converting the grass surface into the Motz Group 24/7 Synthetic Turf System. The donation left less than