Centerville JV Girls Bowling

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Girls Bowling Wins Pioneer Classic, Boys Finish Tenth

  The varsity boys and girls bowling teams traveled to Lima today to compete in the Pioneer Classic at Twentieth Century Lanes. The boys had a rough day on the lanes and never got into a groove and settled for a tenth place finish out of a field of 32 teams. They missed qualifying for the

Boys’ and Girls’ Bowling Finish 2nd at Rootstown Sectional Preview

  The varsity boys and girls’ bowling teams traveled to Kent, Ohio on Saturday to compete in the 2017 Rootstown Rover Sectional Preview.  The girls tournament field was 20 teams strong while the boys side featured 21 teams. Behind Brogan Zengel’s 651 series, good for 5th place in the entire tourney, the girls team finished

Bowling Splits With Wayne

  The varsity boys and girls bowling teams traveled to Poelking Lanes Marian last night to take on the Wayne Warriors in a key NL East showdown. In the varsity boys’ match, the Warriors got the best of the Elks, 2582-2422.  Dylan Dobran led the team with a 447 series.  The JV boys match was

Boys and Girls Bowling Compete at Pioneer Baker Tournament

  The varsity boys and girls bowling teams traveled to Sawmill Lanes in Dublin yesterday to compete in the Pioneer Baker Tournament. Both teams qualified for the match-play finals after the qualifying stages.  The boys qualified second after rolling a tournament high game of 288.  The girls lost in the quarterfinals of the match play

Girls Bowling Places 5th at Eastern Lanes Holiday Tourney

The varsity girls placed 5th at the Eastern Lanes Holiday Tourney on Tuesday. Senior Tacey Ballen rolled a 655(2nd overall) series and sophomore Payton Watson rolled a 605(4th overall) series to lead the Lady Elks. Tacey and Payton were both named to the 1st team all-tournament team. The JV team finished 3rd overall at the

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

The Centerville High School Athletic Office is pleased to announce three new members will be inducted into the school’s Athletic Hall of Fame on Saturday, February 11th at 5:30 PM in the school’s Central Theater.  The induction ceremony is free and open to the public for anyone wishing to attend.  The inductees will also be

Boys and Girls Bowling Compete in WSU Collegiate Challenge

          The varsity boys and girls bowling teams traveled to Beaver-Vu Lanes yesterday to compete in the 2016 Wright State University Collegiate Challenge.  The field was stocked full of great HS teams and the Elks were up to the challenge. In the boys competition, the Elks qualified 7th out of the

Boys and Girls Bowling Whip Warriors

  The boys and girls bowling teams traveled to Eastern Lanes last night to square off with the Lebanon Warriors in a GWOC cross-over match. In the varsity boys competition, the Elks dispatched the Warriors, 2661-2363.  Sophomore Kyle Moyer had a fantastic night, rolling games of 233 and 258 for a 491 series. The JV

Boys/Girls Bowling Sweeps Springboro

The bowling teams traveled to Strike Zone in Franklin to take on the Springboro Panthers Monday night. The Elks swept all four levels from the Panthers. The varsity girls won 2181-1628 and were led by Brogan Zengel who rolled a 269 and 478 series along with Tacey Ballen who shot a 425 series. The JV

Girls Bowling Finishes Fifth at GWOC Pre-Season Meet

The varsity girls bowling team competed in the 2016 GWOC Pre-season Tournament today at Poelking Lanes South. After the qualifying rounds, the Lady Elks were in fifth place and would have a first round match against the fourth seeded Troy Trojans in the match play portion of the tournament.  Unfortunately, the Trojans defeated the Elks