Centerville Varsity Girls Black Golf

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Athletic Paperwork to Proceed as Usual

Any student-athletes wishing to participate on one of our athletic teams in grades 7-12 this year in the fall can go ahead and start filling out their paperwork as usual.  There are five forms student-athletes need to turn in in order to try out starting August 1.  Other than the physical form, all of the

Scholar Athlete Special Awards Presented Over Zoom

The annual Scholar Athlete ceremony, which is typically held in the Performing Arts Center, was unable to be held this evening due to the pandemic.  249 junior and senior student-athletes would have been celebrated this evening, not counting any who would have qualified for first year status after the spring, which more than likely would

Girls Varsity Black Golf Falls to Alter in Season Finale

The girls varsity black golf team hosted Alter last night at Yankee Trace in their season finale and dropped a tough, 165-174 decision.  Leading the way for the Elks were Catherine Tollefson, Leeann Harker and Alana Miller, who all shot 43.  Joining them in the team scoring was Abi Haywood, who added a 45. Congratulations

Girls Varsity Golf Teams Compete in Tournaments

            Thursday was a day of tournament play for both of the girls varsity golf teams. Gold started the day off by traveling to Brookside Country Club in Columbus to compete in the Lady Polar Bear Invite hosted by Upper Arlington High School.  This was a great barometer for the girls

Varsity Girls Golf Teams Sweep Matches

          Last night was a busy night for the varsity girls golf teams as both were in action against Springboro and Oakwood.  Varsity gold hosted the Panthers at Yankee Trace while black traveled to Dayton Country Club to take on Oakwood.  Both teams came out on top by significant margins as

Girls Varsity Black Golf Edges Mason

The Mason Comets visited Yankee Trace on Wednesday afternoon to battle the girls varsity black team on an unseasonably hot day.  The two teams battled back and forth throughout the nine-hole duel, but in the end, the Elks came out on top, 166-170.  Leading the way for the black team was Abi Haywood with a