Centerville Varsity Girls Basketball

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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

Stoller Signs With Ohio Wesleyan

Senior Grace Stoller, who played basketball, ran track and played soccer at CHS, became the first ever Elk student-athlete to sign her Letter of Commitment over Zoom tonight.  Grace is going to continue her academic and athletic career at Ohio Wesleyan University next year where she will be a member of the basketball team.  Grace

Lady Elks Season Ends in District Semifinals

The varsity girls basketball team traveled to Troy High School last night to face a familiar foe, the Springboro Panthers, in the District Semifinals.  In a rematch of last year’s thrilling game also at Troy, the Elks were hoping for a similar result and another trip to the District Finals this weekend.  The Panthers, however,

Varsity Girls Basketball Beats Franklin to Advance to District Semifinals

The varsity girls basketball team cruised to a 66-31 win over Franklin in round two of the OHSAA Sectional Tournament being played at Troy High School. Sophomore Cotie McMahon had 29 points in three quarters of action and freshman Kendal George added 13 points for the Lady Elks. The girls are now 16-8 overall and

Lady Elks Shake Off Slow Start to Beat Fairborn in Tourney Opener

The varsity girls basketball team traveled to Troy High School on Saturday morning to officially start the “second season” by facing Fairborn in their Sectional tournament opener.  The girls were hoping to get off to a great start and play determined and focused basketball.  Unfortunately, that was not the case. In the first quarter, the

Girls Basketball Beats Creek On Senior Night

The varsity girls basketball team beat Beavercreek at home on Senior Night tonight, 55-38.  The Lady Elks had a fantastic second quarter to move out to a 24-11 lead at the half.  The girls came out in the third quarter and outscored the Lady Beavers, 20-9, to take a 44-20 lead after three quarters of

Girls Basketball Falls To #5 Fairmont In OT

The varsity girls basketball team lost to #5 Fairmont at home on Wednesday night, 43-41, in OT.  The Lady Elks trailed 8-6 after the first quarter, but moved to a 21-18 halftime lead.  The third quarter was a struggle for the Elks, getting outscored, 15-4, and trailing heading into the fourth quarter,  33-25.  The Lady Elks

Lady Elks Earn #3 Seed In Sectional Tourney

The varsity girls basketball team, currently 13-7 overall and 8-3 in league play, were voted as the #3 seed in the upcoming OHSAA Sectional Tourney.  The girls will open up against the #17 seed Fairborn Skyhawks on Saturday, February 15 at Troy High School.  If the girls win that game, they will advance to the

Girls Basketball Drops Game to Wayne

The varsity girls basketball team shot only 16% from the field in the first half at home Saturday against Wayne and trailed 39-19 at the half.  The 2nd half saw the Lady Elks fall behind by as many as 26 points, but the girls kept playing hard and ended up losing, 65-51. Junior Amy Velasco