Centerville Varsity Boys Volleyball

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Boys Volleyball Splits Road Games in Cincinnati

The boys volleyball program has had a busy week with three matches in three days this week, two of them on the road in the Cincinnati area. After sweeping Miamisburg on Tuesday night at home, the Elks were faced with the tall task of traveling to perennial state power and current #2 ranked Archbishop Moeller

Boys Volleyball Sweeps Miamisburg

The boys volleyball team, struggling through an uncharacteristically rough start to the season, picked up their second win of the season last night over visiting Miamisburg.  The Elks took set one from the Vikings, 25-11.  They then took set two, 25-16, and wrapped up the match in set three with a 25-14 win.  In the

T’Bolts Keep Elks Winless

The varsity boys volleyball team welcomed the Northmont Thunderbolts to CHS last night still looking for that elusive first win of the season.  The boys were confident coming into the game and have not had their spirit broken despite the rough start to the season. The first set went back and forth most of the

Beavers Keep Elks Winless on Jam the Gym Night

The boys volleyball program hosted their annual “Jam the Gym” event last night when they welcomed Beavercreek to CHS for a tripleheader.  The Elks were hoping the larger crowd would help spur them to their first victory of the season.  Unfortunately, Beavercreek had other ideas and spoiled the night for the host Elks. In the

Bombers Sweep Elks in Home Opener

The varsity boys volleyball team could not have picked a much tougher opponent to play in their home opener than the St. Xavier Bombers.  However, that was who was on the schedule as the early season gauntlet continued for this young, inexperienced team tonight. As expected, the Bombers showed no mercy and swept the Elks,

Volleyball Has Rough Night at Northmont

The boys varsity volleyball team traveled to Northmont High School on Friday night to open their season against two area powerhouses in Archbishop Alter and Northmont.  The boys knew they had their work cut out for them as they only returned four players from last year’s Regional Finalist and would have to learn “on the