Centerville Varsity/Reserve Boys/Girls Diving

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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

Boys and Girls Swim Teams Dominate Sectional Meet

The boys and girls swim teams dominated the OHSAA Sectional meet held on Friday night (boys) and Saturday morning (girls).  Numerous swimmers and divers qualified for the District Finals this week.  The boys District Finals for diving are tomorrow at 4:30 p.m. and the girls on Wednesday at 4:30 p.m. at Miami University.  The swimming

Boys and Girls Swim Teams Win Overall GWOC Titles

The boys and girls swim and dive teams followed up their divisional titles last Saturday by winning the overall GWOC championship meet Thursday evening at Trotwood-Madison High School. The teams broke several conference records during the meet. The records that fell were: Liz Quarin in both the 200 and 500 free. Alan Flower in the

Poulton Leads Divers At GWOC Championships

Sophomore Faith Poulton won the girls GWOC Diving Championship held at Trotwood Madison on Thursday.  Joining Faith on the girls side were Freshman Zoe Lamb who finished 6th, Sophomore Ali Cummins who finished 8th and Junior Sarah Nordin who finished 10th. The boys put 3 divers in the top 10 with Sophomore Nate Madding finishing

Girls Finish Second, Boys Third at Prestigious Larry Lyons Swim and Dive Meet

The boys and girls swim and dive teams traveled to Sycamore High School yesterday to compete in the Larry Lyons Invitational.  This is traditionally one of the largest meets in the area and attracts competition from many of the top teams in the state. In the diving competition, the Elks had three divers finish in

Divers Compete in Tri-Meet

The boys and girls divers hosted a tri meet last night at the Washington Township Recreation Center as they welcomed the Beavercreek Beavers and the Fairmont Firebirds.  The Elks received many fantastic performances from their divers throughout the meet. In the boys competition, sophomore Nate Madding finished fifth while junior Dylan Flaute was right behind

Swim and Dive Teams Off to Fantastic Start

The Elk Swim and Dive team had a great first meet at Friday’s Early Bird Meet at Fairmont with Oakwood, Xenia and Greenville.  The boys took first place overall while the girls placed second. Individual first place finishers for the Elks were Kiersten Harmon and Jonas Freeman in the 50 and 100 Free, Adam Zwickel