Centerville Varsity Boys Black 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

Time Running Out to Order Bricks for Walkway of Champions

Placing a brick on the Walkway of Champions, the path from the bell tower to the football stadium, is a great gift for that graduating senior or CHS alum in your house to honor their time here as a varsity athlete.  In order to be recognized with a brick on the Walkway, the recipient must

Boys Varsity Black Edges Visiting Springboro

The boys varsity black tennis team welcomed the Springboro Panthers to CHS tonight for their final regular season dual of the season.  As is usually the case when these two schools meet in any sport, it was a hard-fought match which came down to the final match on the court.  When the dust had settled,

Boys Varsity Gold Tennis Wins GWOC Gold Tourney Title

The boys varsity gld tennis team had the perfect encore for their 2019 NL Eastern Division title and that was to win the GWOC gold tourney title and become the overall GWOC Champions.  Using a championship at both second singles and doubles as well as a runner-up finish at third singles and first doubles, the

Varsity Gold Tennis Wins GWOC East

The boys varsity gold tennis team traveled to Beavercreek HS last night with the NL East title hanging in the balance.  The ELks knew a win would equal an outright GWOC title while a loss would force them to share it with the Beavers.  An intense match that went back and forth all night was