Centerville Varsity Girls Gold Tennis

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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

Khosla Heading to Wittenberg as a 3-Sport Athlete

Senior Sydney Khosla signed her Letter of Commitment this afternoon to continue her academic and athletic careers at Wittenberg University in Springfield next year.  She will be a three-sport student athlete for the Tigers running cross country in the fall, indoor track in the winter and playing tennis in the spring.  She signed her letter

Girls Tennis Teams Sweep Matches

Three of the four girls tennis teams were in action last night, battling not only their opponents, but the unusually sweltering temperatures in late September. Varsity gold was the only team on the road as they traveled to Chaminade-Julienne to take on a very good Eagles squad.  The girls knew they would be tested, but

Girls Varsity Gold Tennis Edged by Springboro

A day after dropping the overall GWOC title to Springboro by just one point, the varsity gold girls tennis team welcomed the Panthers to CHS last night for a hotly contested duel.  Unfortunately for the Elks, the results were the same as the day before as one match separated the two teams and the Panthers

Girls Varsity Gold Tennis Finishes Narrow Second in GWOC Tourney

After a full day of tennis yesterday here at Centerville High School, the overall GWOC championship was decided by the narrowest of margins, one point.  Once the dust had settled, the varsity gold girls came up one point short and settled for runner-up as their 47 team points finished just behind GWOC overall champion Springboro’s

Girls Varsity Gold Tennis Edges Lakota East

The recently crowned GWOC American champion varsity girls gold tennis team was back in action last night at home as they welcomed the Lakota East Thunderhawks for a non-league match.  It was a well played and hotly contested match which was still wrapping up as the sun was rapidly setting over Centerville High School.  That