Centerville Varsity Boys Football

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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

Hundley, McMahon Honored as Sonny Unger Award Winners

As has become the trend in the past several months, tonight’s abbreviated Sonny Unger Awards celebration was held over Zoom.  This in no way diminishes the outstanding accomplishments of this year’s winners, Connor Hundley and Bryce McMahon.  Both of these fine young men have been outstanding ambassadors for their families, their community, their high school

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

Walls Signs With Wittenberg

Senior defensive lineman Conner Walls continued our recent tradition of celebrating our student-athletes signing with their colleges over Zoom this afternoon when he signed his Letter of Commitment to continue his academic and athletic careers next year at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio. The Tigers have a proud tradition as one of the dominant programs

Brown Signs With Thomas More

  Senior wide receiver and wrestler Logan Brown became the second Elk student-athlete to hold his signing ceremony over Zoom this morning.  Brown signed his Letter of Commitment to continue his academic and athletic careers next year at Thomas More University in Crestview Hills, Kentucky where he will wrestle for the Saints.  He signed his

Thunderbolts Hand Elks Third Straight Loss

The varsity football team traveled to Northmont High School on Friday night to take on a very talented Thunderbolt team looking to snap a three-game losing streak.  Both teams were jockeying for playoff position in Division I, Region 2.  Adding to the pressure on the Elks was the fact it was Senior Night for Northmont

Second Half Rally Falls Just Short as Wildcats Hold Off Elks

The varsity football team traveled to Springfield High School last night to take on the state’s seventh ranked team in a special Thursday Night Lights game.  The Elks were hoping to rebound from their home loss to Fairmont last Friday and earn a first place tie with mighty Springfield atop the GWOC standings. The Elks

Fairmont Snaps Elks Winning Streaks

It was Homecoming Friday night at Centerville Stadium as the Fairmont Firebirds came calling on a wet and windy night.  Seniors Kyle Hurles and Heather Murray were named Homecoming King and Queen this year in ceremonies held before the game and at halftime.  The Elks came into the game having won four straight this season

Elks Stun Warriors in Final Minute

Centerville and Wayne renewed their rivalry on the football field Friday night in Huber Heights in a huge National League showdown.  The Elks and Warriors both wanted to get a win to keep pace with Springfield in the division race. The Elks were hoping to get off to a great start on the road and

After Slow Start, Football Rolls to Third Straight Win

Centerville Stadium was invaded on Friday night by a couple hundred preschoolers, kindergarteners and first graders on PVN/PVS Night against Beavercreek.  It was also Military Appreciation Night and the team looked awfully sharp in their camouflage uniforms presented by the Ohio National Guard.  The Elks were looking for their third consecutive win after an 0-2