Centerville Girls Varsity Golf

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Girls Varsity Gold and Black Golf Both Win

The girls varsity gold golf team hosted Ursuline Academy tonight in a duel at Yankee Trace.  Behind Marissa Wenzler’s 34, the girls beat their visitors from Cincinnati, 147-158.  Joining Marissa in the team scoring were Kayla Ramsey with a 37 and Jenna Hayes and Carley Jones, who both shot 38. Varsity black, meanwhile, traveled to

Girls Varsity Gold Golf Wins Alter Invite, Black Finishes Sixth

The girls varsity gold golf team traveled to NCR Country Club this afternoon to compete in the 13-team Alter Invitational. Behind senior Marissa Wenzler’s school-record tying 4-under par 68, the girls gold shot a team score of 304 to win the tournament.  Marissa also won the individual title as well.  Freshman Jenna Hayes finished 3rd

Girls Varsity Black Golf Beats Oakwood

The girls varsity black golf  team faced the Oakwood Lumberjacks in a dual last night at Yankee Trace Golf Course.  Led by medalist Kate Dickerson, who fired a 39, the Lady Elks defeated the Lumberjacks, 174-195. The girls are back in action on Monday morning at 10:00 AM when they travel to NCR Country Clun

Girls Varsity Black Golf Finishes Fourth in Lima

The girls varsity black golf team traveled to Lost Creek Golf Course on Saturday morning to compete in the Lima Thunderhawk Invitational.  Led by sophomore Kate Dickerson’s career low score of 80 which placed her in the top ten at number nine overall, the girls shot a team score of 342 to finish 4th out

Girls Varsity Black Golf Drops Close Match to Springboro

The girls varsity black golf team welcomed the Springboro Panthers to Yankee Trace on Wednesday night.  It was a hard fought match which was ultimately won by the Panthers, 166-178.  The Elks were led by Rachel Nissen, who shot a 43. The girls are back in action on Wednesday when they face Alter at Yankee

Wenzler Continues to Shine as Varsity Gold Takes Third at LEI

          Today at Yankee Trace, the girls varsity black and gold teams hosted the Lady Elks Invitational.  They welcomed in some of the top talent locally and from Columbus and Cincinnati as well. For the fourth time in the five tournaments the team has played this year, senior University of Kentucky signee