Centerville Varsity Boys Soccer

  • Overall Record: 14 - 3 - 2
  • 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

Lochra Signs With Wilmington

Senior soccer player Richard Lochra signed his Letter of Commitment to continue his academic and athletic career next year at Wilmington College.  Richard will be a great addition to the Quakers.  He signed his letter in front of family, friends, coaches, teammates and classmates in a ceremony held in front of the Athletic Hall of

Miller Signs With Wilmington College

        Senior soccer player and first team all-Ohio member Casey Miller signed his Letter of Commitment this afternoon to continue his academic and athletic career at Wilmington College next fall.  Casey will be a great addition to the Quakers.  He signed his letter in front of friends, family, coaches, teammates and classmates

McQuillan Signs With ODU

          Senior boys soccer player Teagan McQuillan signed his Letter of Commitment this afternoon to continue his academic and athletic career at Ohio Dominican University next fall.  Teagan signed his letter in front of family, friends, teammates, coaches and classmates in a ceremony which took place in front of the Athletic

Elks Blank Wildcats to Start Tourney Play

The #2 seeded varsity boys soccer team started their 2018 postseason tonight by hosting the Franklin Wildcats in a Sectional game at Alumni Stadium.  The Elks wanted to make an early statement against the heavy underdogs and did just that. Senior Philo Antoun scored early in the first half to give the Elks a 1-0

Boys Soccer Suffers First Loss of the Season

Last night was a busy night for the boys soccer program as all three teams were in action.  JV B traveled too Waynesville to face the Spartans while JV A and varsity hosted Alter at Legacy Field. Varsity came into the match undefeated, but knew they would have to bring their A game as Alter

Boys Soccer Blanks Wayne

The varsity boys soccer team welcomed the Wayne Warriors to Alumni Stadium on Saturday night for a GWOC NL East match-up.  The boys were looking to keep themselves in position to win the division and needed a strong effort to ensure that would happen.  That is exactly what they got. Scoring early and often, the

Boys Soccer Struggles to 1-1 Tie at Lebanon

It has often been said teams can get rusty if there is too big of a gap between games.  When Mother Nature reared her ugly head this weekend and forced the postponement of Saturday’s scheduled match with Alter, the boys soccer team was suddenly staring at a seven day layoff between games and it showed

Boys Soccer Lights Up The Scoreboard

The varsity boys soccer team has been playing lights out soccer recently and that continued last night as they lit up the scoreboard in an 8-1 win over visiting Lakota East.  Casey Miller scored the game’s lone goal in the first half as the Elks took a 1-0 lead into the locker room.  The second

Boys Soccer Picks Up Huge Road Win at Mason

The varsity boys soccer team traveled to Mason High School on Saturday night to take on the perennial state power Comets in a huge non-conference showdown.  The weather was a factor all day as thunderstorms canceled the JV B game at halftime with the teams locked in a scoreless tie and the JV A game