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Varsity Boys Basketball Drops Close One to Thurgood Marshall

The Elks came up short in a battle of two of the top teams in the area.  Thurgood stole a pass and hit a layup at the buzzer to win 49-47 in a game that was nip and tuck all the way through.  Both team gave tremendous effort and all the fans got their moneys

Varsity Boys Basketball Goes 6-0

Coach Cupps was not happy with the performance but his boys continued their winning ways by knocking of Springboro 51-42 at home on Sunday in the GWOC Showcase.  That team is now 6-0 overall and plays at home on Tuesday December 17th against Thurgood Marshall with the 9th at 4:30 pm, JV at 6:00 pm,

Boys Varsity Basketball Raises to 4-0

The boys varsity basketball squad won at Lebanon on Tuesday 75-44 to start the season at 4-0.  The Elks jumped out to a 16-11 first quarter lead and then from there began to pull away.  Senior Jared Weyler led the way for the Elks with 15 points, Juniors Joey Weingartner and Mitch Balser each added

Boys Varsity Basketball Handles Piqua

The varsity boys basketball squad beat Piqua at home on Saturday 90-33.  Junior Mitch Balser led all scorers with 22 points, followed by fellow junior Kyle Dodson with 21 points, and senior Alex Rado chipped in 15 points.  The varsity is now 3-0 overall.  The JV team beat Piqua 79-16, and the 9th black squad

GutterShutter $10,000 Half-Time Shoot-Out

All fans that attend the boys varsity basketball home games and also the girls varsity basketball home game against Fairmont can have shot at taking home $10,000.  GutterShutter is sponsoring a contest in which a lucky fan will be chosen at half-time to attempt to accomplish a shooting game with a chance to win $10,000. 

Varsity Boys Basketball Topples Troy

The varsity basketball squad struggled shooting the basketball at Troy on Friday but their unselfish play and great effort allowed them to hand Troy a 55-24 defeat.  The Elks dominated right from the beginning and in a true team effort no Elk player reached double digit scoring.  The JV team beat Troy 50-27 and the