Centerville Varsity Boys Football

  • Overall Record: 2 - 8
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Time Running Out to Order Bricks for Walkway of Champions

Placing a brick on the Walkway of Champions, the path from the bell tower to the football stadium, is a great gift for that graduating senior or CHS alum in your house to honor their time here as a varsity athlete.  In order to be recognized with a brick on the Walkway, the recipient must

Burnette Signs With USF

Senior football, basketball and track and field student-athlete Corey Burnette signed his Letter of Commitment this afternoon to continue his academic and athletic career at the University of St. Francis in Fort Wayne, Indiana next year where he will play football for the Cougars.  Corey signed his letter in front of family, friends, coaches, teammates

Reibly Signs With Findlay

          Senior football offensive lineman Nick Reibly signed his National Letter of Intent this afternoon to continue his academic and athletic career at the University of Findlay next fall.  Nick will be following the lead of his older brother, Matt, who also went from CHS to Findlay.  Nick signed his letter

Football Rolls Past Beavers in Season Finale

Fresh off their big win at Fairmont last Friday night, the varsity football team headed to Beavercreek for the final game of the 2018 season looking to build some momentum for the future.  A 28-point first quarter and a 52-point first half was just what the doctor ordered in yet another game played in a

Elks Continue Mastery of Firebirds

In what has been a down year for the varsity football team, the players have never stopped fighting and trying to get better.  Their full attitude and effort every day in practice was eventually going to pay off and that pay day came Friday night at Roush Stadium in Kettering. Entering the game 0-8 and

Northmont Starts Fast, Holds Off Elks

The varsity football team welcomed the Northmont Thunderbolts to Centerville Stadium Friday for Senior Night.  The Elks knew they would have their hands full with the 6-1 T’Bolts and were hoping for a good start. Getting the ball with the opening kickoff, the Elks picked up a first down, but were then forced to punt

Elks and Warriors Play Another Classic in Rivalry

In what has become one of the best big school rivalries in the state of Ohio, the Centerville Elks and the Wayne Warriors renewed their hostilities on Friday night at Centerville Stadium.  It was Homecoming for the Elks and those alumni who returned were treated to a very entertaining football game. The Elks entered the

Panthers Blank Elks

The Springboro Panthers welcomed the Centerville Elks to Care Flight Field on Friday night for homecoming.  The Panthers, 1-3, and Elks, 0-4, were not having the type of season either envisioned back in August and were looking for a way to get things going in the right direction. The Elks took the opening kickoff and

Football Falls to Wildcats

The varsity football team welcomed the unbeaten Springfield Wildcats to Centerville Stadium on Friday night looking for their first win of the year.  Things started well for the Elks, but quickly went downhill. The Wildcats won the toss and elected to receive and the Elks caught them off guard with a perfectly executed onside kick. 

Late Touchdown Lifts Knights Past Elks in Thriller

If you’re an old-school football fan and love to watch a defensive struggle, then Friday night’s highly anticipated showdown between Alter and Centerville would have been right up your alley. The Elks won the toss and elected to receive.  They were driving and had just crossed into Alter territory when a bad exchange resulted in