Centerville Girls Freshman Softball

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Softball Rolls Past Beavers to Remain Unbeaten

The varsity softball team traveled to Rotary Park on Thursday and shutout host Beavercreek, 14-0, to remain unbeaten on the year.  The Elks were led by sophomore Raquel Emery who launched another home run as well as stellar pitching and defense. The JV team also defeated the Beavers in exciting fashion at home, 7-6. Now

Softball Remains Perfect With Win Over Beavers

The varsity softball team improved to 5-0 overall and 3-0 in the GWOC Central by run-ruling visiting Beavercreek on Wednesday night, 11-1. The Elks were led by senior pitcher and Eastern Kentucky bound Mollie Paulick who fired a one hitter with nine strikeouts and launched a long home run.  Beavercreek pitcher Cierra Chastain homered off

Softball Remains Unbeaten

The varsity softball team ran their record to 4-0 on the year and 2-0 in the GWOC Central by winning their 2016 home opener over visiting Springfield tonight, 13-1. Leading the way for the Elks were senior Megan Dabbelt, junior Lizzie Leach and sophomore Amanda Ross.  Dabbelt was 2-3 with a single and a double

Softball Remains Unbeaten With Win at Springfield

The varsity softball team traveled to Springfield High School on Monday night to open the GWOC Central portion of their schedule against the Wildcats.  Behind the strong pitching of junior Kara Gnau, the Elks defeated the Wildcats, 12-1.  Gnau threw five innings and allowed one run while striking out eight Wildcats.  Mollie Paulick closed the

Softball Defeats Ross

The varsity softball team traveled to Lakota West High School to take on Hamilton Ross High School on Saturday afternoon and beat the Rams, 6-2, to improve to 2-0 on the young season.  The JV team also beat Ross, 7-4.  The games against Lakota West were cancelled. The Elks were led by sophomore Amanda Ross

Varsity Softball Blanks Covington to Start Season

The varsity softball team traveled to Covington on Wednesday to open their season and came home with an impressive 7-0 win. Senior Mollie Paulick had 13 strikeouts from the mound and sophomores Amanda Ross and Raquel Emery both had two hits each to lead the Lady Elks! The JV team lost at Lebanon on Wednesday

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

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

Edsall Shines at Queen of Diamonds

Junior softball player Kelly Edsall participated in the Queen of Diamonds Showcase North at Kent State University.  She performed well enough during the event to be named as one of the Most Valuable Player’s for the second time in her three visits.  This year, she was also named to the first team All-QDS.n which consists

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