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Fall for Centerville

Fall Athletic Program

Centerville High School Alma Mater

There’s an Alma Mater close to us

Where our hearts may ever rest

And our loyalty will always be

With dear old C.H.S.

For her halls are filled with memories

Of the cherished joys we knew

And to you our dearest Centerville

We always will be true.

On behalf of the Centerville Administration,

I would like to welcome all of you to the Centerville City

School District where athletics serves as yet another tool

to prepare our students to excel in life when their high

school experience ends. We pride ourselves in partnering

with our athletes to help them always compete with a

sense of humility, embrace and respond to adversity in

an appropriate manner and continuously strive to reach

excellence.

These are very exciting times for Centerville City

Schools Athletics. The recent facility upgrades to our Weight

Room, Legacy Field at Alumni Stadium where the Elks

play soccer and lacrosse, the Centerville Stadium where

the Elks play football, the main and auxiliary gymnasiums,

tennis courts, and our baseball field, Booster Park, have all

been made possible by the tremendous support we receive

from the Centerville Community. I want to personally thank

all of you for your continued and unwavering support.

We are proud members of the Greater Western

Ohio Conference and this past school year won the

GWOC Eastern Division All-Sports trophy for the sixteenth

consecutive year.

We would like to remind all of those in attendance

we all share a role in the development of our studentathletes

competing this year and we ask you choose to

behave in a manner that reflects the positive values we are

expecting from our own student-athletes.

You can follow Centerville Athletics on twitter @

chselksad. We are very proud of the excellent athletic

programs we have here in Centerville, but we are most

proud of how our coaches and student-athletes represent

our school and our community.

Please consider becoming a member of the Athletic

Booster Family by visiting elkboosters.com. The Centerville

Athletic Boosters support every sport at Centerville High

School and all three middle schools. Joining them is an

investment in the future!

Go Elks!

Rob Dement, Athletic Director

Centerville High School

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Greetings from the

GWOC Commissioner

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On behalf of the Greater West

athletes have worked hard to p

Entering another exciting year

lence. The communities that

conference to one of the best

fan, of the Greater Western O

demic and athletic conference

the state.

Greetings! On behalf of the Greater Western Ohio Conference I would like to welcome

you to the 2017-18 sports year. The participants have spent countless hours preparing for

the season and are thrilled to have you in attendance. For many, it is your show of support

that drives them to excel and wills them to compete.

The conference sponsors a ful

GWOC sports offerings includ

cer, softball, swimming and d

sports have had team and indi

The GWOC has become the tie that binds our communities and over the years our member

schools have become an extended family. The genuine concern for all member schools

shown by GWOC administrators, coaches, athletes, and fans is unparalleled. It is that

show of support that differentiates us and makes being a member of the GWOC unique and

special. Nothing compares to the experience of being a competitor, or fan, of the Greater

Western Ohio Conference. There is an unmistakable sense of pride, and belonging, that we

all feel as members of the GWOC family.

The Greater Western Ohio Co

degree in athletic competition.

actions on and off the playing

during, and after all sporting e

the game’s participants. Sport

The student-athletes, coaches

look forward to your attendanc

www.gwocsports.com for all

While we recognize that competition can be fierce, we must continually strive to promote

and encourage sportsmanship to the fullest degree in all of our athletic events. Proper

conduct and respect for all are actions to be demonstrated before, during, and after all

sporting events and activities. We ask for your support with this initiative by being a role

Sincerely,

model and positively supporting the event’s participants. Sportsmanship is everyone’s

responsibility – please do your part.

Eric Spahr

The student-athletes, coaches, and administrators of the GWOC thank you for your

continued support. You play a vital role in the continued growth and success of the

conference. Please visit the conference website at www.gwocsports.com for all

conference related information and follow us on Twitter at @GWOC. I hope you enjoy

your visit and the contest; looking forward to your return at a future GWOC event!

Sincerely,

Commissioner, GWOC

Eric Spahr

Commissioner, GWOC

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Dear Elk Families,

Centerville Athletic Boosters

More than half of the high school and middle school student population in Centerville City Schools participate

in one or more of the sports programs offered by the district; a strong indication our community values and

supports the continuation of a strong sports program within Centerville City Schools. The value to the student

population from participating in the sports programs offered by the district ranges from being a part of a team,

being physically fit and improving skills in a game, becoming a leader in an athletic program to earning a

college scholarship as a result of the higher level of training and competition that our district enjoys.

The Centerville Schools Athletic Booster Club is a charitable organization whose mission and purpose is to

support the athletic programs offered by our district. With the ever-changing funding landscape for school

districts all over the country, it is now more important than ever for booster groups such as ours to work even

harder to continue providing these opportunities for our students. For over 30 years, the Athletic Booster

Club has worked to enhance the District’s athletic programs by providing supplemental funding and making

substantial contributions to the capital improvements in all our sport facilities. We have contributed to the

improvements in the weight room, the tennis courts, both gymnasiums, the soccer/lacrosse field, the baseball

field, and the football field. The Centerville community needs to continue its efforts now to help sustain these

popular athletic programs.

Please consider joining the Centerville Schools Athletic Booster Club if you have not already done so. It

is easy to join and there are a number of levels in which to participate. Visit the Booster Website at www.

elkboosters.com for membership information. Any support you can provide is greatly appreciated!

GO ELKS!

Monti Moyer, President

Centerville Athletic Boosters

2017-2018

Booster Representatives

Back Row: Lynne Wynn, Emily Greer, Jenn Fullencamp, Leticia McKnight, Di Geisel, Maureen Millard, Carrie Thompson,

Betty Harrison, Christina Stava, Cortnee Smith

Middle Row: Stew DeVilbiss, Phil Rankey, Jennifer Wilkinson, Amy DuPuy, Perry Westhaus, Ralph Reidell,

Michelle Waller, Emily Seppa, Mark Peters, David Wynn, Ellen Kaminski

Front Row: Jerome Broner, Carrie Bir, Matt Poulton, Chari Walsh, Monti Moyer, Barbara Frantom, Andy Weichers,

Sofie Ameloot, Jon Horwitz, Todd Tobe

Not Pictured: Peg Jasina, Jeanette Little, Lori Strayer

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ATTITUDE & EFFORT

MISSION STATEMENT

It is the mission of the Centerville Elk Football Program to

provide an educational experience in courage, self-discipline,

self-sacrifice, hard work, and commitment to doing things with

excellence. We will strive to provide a product and program

that will be the pride of the Centerville community. We believe

the best teacher is a good example.

CREED

We are fortunate to be at Centerville High School. We are

part of the Centerville Tradition. The burden of carrying on this

tradition of sacrifice, hard work, and a general commitment

to excellence rests on our shoulders. We owe it to those who

created the tradition, ourselves, and those who follow to uphold

the Centerville Elk Tradition of Excellence.

2017 Centerville Elks

Football

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Varsity Head Coach

Brent Ullery

Centerville High School Athletics is

proud to introduce new head coach and

Offensive Coordinator Brent Ullery. An

alumnus of Centerville High School,

Ullery is a four-year varsity letter winner

for the Elks from 1999-2002. He was a

5-year walk-on, 1-year letter winner Wide

Receiver for the Ohio State University

football team that included three Big Ten

championships, three bowl wins and two

national championship appearances.

He taught math and coached football at

Dublin Coffman in Columbus for five years

before joining the teaching and coaching

staff at Centerville in 2014. He served as

wide receiver coach from 2014-2016 before accepting the Head Coach position in April, 2017.

Ullery, his wife Sahar, and their son Beckett reside in Centerville.

“I grew up in Centerville football, and I am excited to lead the program at my alma mater,” Ullery

said. “My desire to improve the program is equal to my desire to positively impact the lives of the

players as they grow into young men.”

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Quarterback Coach

Luke Bartlett

Lucas Bartlett is a 2004 graduate of Dayton Carroll High School. He

attended Otterbein University 2004-2008 where he played football and

graduated with a degree in Education. He taught in Middletown and

coached at Centerville for five years and is now teaching at Centerville

High School. He and family live in Centerville.

Running Back Coach

Jermaine Bailey

Jermaine Bailey is a 1998 graduate of Archbishop Moeller High School

in Cincinnati, and was a member of their state runner-up team in 1997.

He attended the University of Dayton, where he was a two-year starter

at running back. While at UD, Bailey majored in both Education and

Psychology. In 2003, he was an assistant on the Chaminade-Julienne

football staff under Jim Place. In 2004, he joined the Elk staff. Bailey

teaches elementary PE for Centerville City Schools.

Offensive Line Coach

Bill Petraiuolo

Bill Petraiuolo is a 2008 graduate of Mayfield High School, located in

the suburbs of Cleveland. He attended the University of Dayton from

2008-2013, where he was a two-year starter at center. He graduated

UD with a Bachelor’s degree in Pre-Medicine in 2012 and a Master’s

degree in Education in 2015. Before joining the Elk staff in 2015,

Petraiuolo spent two years teaching and coaching at Piqua High

School. He currently teaches science at Centerville High School.

2017 Offensive Coaching Staff

Football

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Offensive Line Coach

Adam Taylor

Adam Taylor is a 1997 graduate of Centerville High School where he

played football and baseball. He was a Sonny Unger award winner

his senior year. He attended the University of Toledo on a baseball

scholarship. Taylor has been in coaching and teaching since 2004.

After a three-year break from coaching, he returns to the Elks as an

offensive line coach. He is also a social studies teacher at Centerville

High School. Coach Taylor and his family reside in Centerville.

Wide Receivers Coach

P.K. Sam

P.K. Sam is a 2001 graduate of Buford High School in Buford, Georgia.

He was a three-sport letterman in football, basketball, and track and

led his football and basketball teams to state championships during his

high school career. He attended Florida State University and played

wide receiver for the Seminoles for three years before becoming a

fifth round draft pick by the New England Patriots. He played for the

Cincinnati Bengals, Miami Dolphins, Oakland Raiders, and the Buffalo

Bills. He has also played in the Canadian Football League. He owns

Vision Performance, LLC, and trains high school wide receivers. This

is his first year coaching Centerville football. Coach Sam and his family

reside in Bellbrook.

Offensive Line Coach

Jonathan Zimmerman

Jonathan Zimmerman graduated from Centerville High School in 1997

and the University of Dayton in 2001. He played football for the Flyers

and was a 3-year starter and a 4-year letterman on the Offensive

Line. He has been an assistant coach for Centerville since 2009.

He currently works for Buckner & Associates Insurance Agency in

Centerville.

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Defensive Coordinator / Safeties Coach

John Puckett

John Puckett has coached high school football in Michigan, Indiana, South

Carolina, and Ohio for the past 18 years. This is his seventh year with the

Elks and fourth year as Defensive Coordinator. He is a 1995 graduate of

Chaminade-Julienne High School where he earned seven varsity letters in

football and baseball. He is a member of the Chaminade-Julienne Athletic

Hall of Fame class of 2006. After high school, he was awarded a football

scholarship to play for Saginaw Valley State University where he was a fouryear

lettermen and three-year starter. He holds a Bachelor’s degree from

Urbana University in Criminal Justice Leadership, and a Master’s degree

from Antioch University Mid-West in Education. He currently teaches Special

Education at Centerville High School. Coach Puckett and his family reside in Centerville.

Special Teams Coordinator / Defensive Line

Andy Aracri

Andy Aracri is a 1996 graduate of Fairmont High School and 2001 graduate

of Miami University, where he earned his Bachelor of Arts in elementary

education. He completed his Master’s degree in secondary education at

Wright State University in 2009. During his undergraduate years at Miami, he

was an ALL-MAC defensive tackle, team captain, and a two-time Vic Waltz

Most Outstanding Defensive Lineman Award winner. He signed as a free agent

by Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2001. After a short stint with the Buccaneers,

he headed north and played for the British Columbia Lions and the Toronto

Argonauts of the CFL, as well as the LA Avengers of the AFL. This will be

Aracri’s seventeeth year coaching high school football. Prior to joining the Elks football staff in 2016, he spent six seasons

serving as head coach at Fairmont High School. He is an active member in Miami Valley Football Coach Association and has

served on the board of directors. He currently teaches Health & Physical Education at Fairmont High School. Coach Aracri

and his family reside in Kettering.

Defensive Line

Greg Karpinsky

Greg Karpinsky, a graduate of Woodridge High School, played defensive line

at University of Akron where he earned a degree in business in 1988. He

coached at Akron Hoban High School and Woodridge High School while

pursuing a second degree in education. From 1991-93, he coached the

linebackers at Ball State before spending the 1993-94 season at Notre Dame

working with the defensive line. He was on the University of Cincinnati staff as

a Defensive Line Coach and Recruiting Coordinator from 1994 until he began

a career in industrial sales in 1999. He came out of coaching “retirement” to

join the CHS Freshman Football Staff and is now in his fourth season coaching

defensive line on the Centerville Varsity staff. He still works in sales full-time

and lives in Centerville with his family.

2017 Defensive Coaching Staff

Football

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Inside Linebackers Coach

Joe Kitchell

Joe Kitchell is a 2007 graduate of La Salle High School. He graduated from

Xavier University in 2011. Joe coached at La Salle High School from 2007-

2012. This is his fifth season coaching at Centerville where he also teaches

Social Studies. He and his family live in Centerville.

Outside Linebackers Coach

Cedric Tolbert

Cedric Tolbert, Jr. is a 2005 graduate of Xenia High School and a member

of the Xenia Athletics Hall of Fame. He earned his Bachelor’s Degree

in Special Education from the University of Cincinnati, where he was a

4-year letterman playing safety on the football from 2005-2009. Coach

Tolbert earned his Master’s Degree from Central State University in 2014.

He is currently an Intervention Specialist at Cline Elementary School in

Centerville. This is his ninth year teaching and coaching. He coached at

Xenia High School and Springboro High School prior to joining the Elk staff

in 2015. Coach Tolbert and his family reside in Centerville.

Corners Coach

Roy Thobe

Roy Thobe is a 1981 graduate of Maria Stein Marion Local High School

and a 1992 Graduate of Wright State University with a BS in Secondary

Mathematics Education. This is his thirty-first year of high school football

coaching. He spent three years at Marion Local, five years at Chaminade

Julienne, three years at Trotwood-Madison, five years at Hamilton and

fourteen years as Head Football Coach at Fairborn High School. He is

currently a math teacher at Fairborn High School.

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Centerville Varsity Football

2017

Back Row: Head Trainer Brandon Craig, Student Trainer Camrin O’Flaherty, Coaches John Puckett,

Bill Petraiuolo, Joe Kitchell, Jermaine Bailey, PK Sam, Roy Thobe, Adam Taylor, Andy Aracri,

Cedric Tolbert, Greg Karpinsky, Brent Ullery, Manager Jack Mehlberth,

Student Trainers Imani Coleman, Megan Sipe, Brianna Graham

Row Five: Mark Spaulding, Jacob Goetz, Michael Geier, Logan Brown, Declan Mason, Nick Tobe,

Deaglen Pyle, Hayden Arnold, Conner Walls, Bryce McMahon, Sterling Hill, Sebastian Lis, Jacob Weyler,

Lee Roberts, Nick Roley

Row Four: Kaleb Cross, Chris King, Christian Terry, Tywan Sims, Alan Phillips, Lorenz Pate, Luke Miller,

Elijah Ducoli, Christopher Jemo, Connor Hundley, Ben Brinck, Caleb Miller, Lucas Hargrove, Ben Meyers,

Josh Mullinger, Alex Bomberry

Row Three: Zion Arnold, Tyler Lawson, Chris Moody, Nick Reibly, Noah Garel, Michael Faeo,

Jake Williams, Jakob Appley, JR Melzer, Josh Zientko, Tyler King, Rodney Ankeney, Brandon Walters,

Kyle Moyer, Dylan Hiltbrunner

Row Two: Max Wynn, Dom Ramsey, Trey King, Donovan Shelton, Ross Garrett, Aaron Gregory,

Evan Franzman, Jake Snead, Yassin Elayan, Kristian Harshbarger, Riley Poulton, Evan Seiser,

Jevon Henderson, Grant Buzzard

Front Row: Ian Rothery, Ross Harmon, Logan York, Jake Rankey, Alec Grandin, Anthony McGrellis,

Dylan Haller, Justin Murray, Cody Smith, Sam Vance, Jake Spiewak, Greg Hargrove, Will Wiseman

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2017 Varsity Football Team Captains

Sam Vance, Evan Franzman, Jake Snead, Jake Spiewak, Alec Grandin

2017 Varsity Football Returning Lettermen

Back Row: Riley Poulton, Max Wynn, Tyler King, Brandon Walters, Jakob Appley, Chris Moody,

Jevon Henderson, Dom Ramsey, Trey King

Middle Row: Anthony McGrellis, Kaleb Cross, Ross Garrett, Cody Smith, Jake Rankey, Will Wiseman,

Evan Seiser, Donovan Shelton

Front Row: Greg Hargrove, Grant Buzzard, Ross Harmon, Jake Spiewak, Sam Vance, Jake Snead,

Evan Franzman, Alec Grandin, Dylan Haller

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2017 Varsity Football Seniors

Grant

Buzzard

Kaleb

Cross

Yassin

Elayan

Evan

Franzman

Ross

Garrett

Alec

Grandin

Aaron

Gregory

Dylan

Haller

Greg

Hargrove

Ross

Harmon

Kristian

Harshbarger

Jevon

Henderson

Trey

King

Anthony

McGrellis

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2017 Varsity Football Seniors

Justin

Murray

Riley

Poulton

Dom

Ramsey

Jake

Rankey

Ian

Rothery

Evan

Seiser

Donavan

Shelton

Cody

Smith

Jake

Snead

Jake

Spiewak

Christian

Terry

Sam

Vance

Will

Wiseman

Logan

York

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Centerville Elks

Varsity Football Schedule 2017

Friday, August 25 7:00pm @Fairfield High School

Friday, September 1 7:00pm @Lakota West High School

Friday, September 8 7:00pm Pickerington North High School

(Middle School/Wee Elk Night)

Friday, September 15 7:00pm @Springfield High School

Thursday, September 21 7:00pm Springboro High School

(Staff Appreciation/Thursday Night Lights/Pink Out)

Friday, September 29 7:00pm @Wayne High School

Friday, October 6 7:00pm Lebanon High School (Homecoming)

Friday, October 13 7:00pm @Northmont High School

Friday, October 20 7:00pm Fairmont High School (Spirit Week)

Friday, October 27 7:00pm Beavercreek High School (Senior Night)

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2017 Varsity Football Roster

Last First Jersey # Position Height Weight Grade

Ankeney Rodney 65 DL 6’1” 225 11

Appley Jakob 5a9 OL 6’1” 230 11

Arnold Hayden 35 LB/RB 6’0” 170 10

Arnold Zion 49 DL 5’10” 230 11

Bomberry Alex 23 DB 6’0” 155 10

Brinck Ben 15 WR 6’1” 170 10

Brown Logan 17 WR/DB 5’7” 125 10

Buzzard Grant 75 OL 6’5” 225 12

Cross Kaleb 71 OL 5’8” 270 12

Ducoli Elijah 43 WR/DB 5’11” 150 10

Elayan Yassin 73 OL 6’2” 300 12

Faeo Michael 56 OL/DL 6’1” 220 11

Franzman Evan 16 DB 6’0” 170 12

Garel Noah 27 K 5’11” 175 11

Garrett Ross 4 DB 6’1” 185 12

Geier Michael 61 DL 6’2” 180 10

Goetz Jake 70 OL 5’10” 275 10

Grandin Alec 7 QB 6’1” 190 12

Gregory Aaron 68 OL 6’0” 235 12

Haller Dylan 40 DL 6’4” 260 12

Hargrove Greg 63 OL 6’0” 300 12

Hargrove Lucas 81 WR/DB 6’0” 160 10

Harmon Ross 30 RB 6’1” 210 12

Harshbarger Kristian 22 LB/DB 6’2” 190 12

Henderson Jevon 85 DL 6’4” 270 12

Hill Sterling 2 DB/RB 5’11” 160 11

Hiltbrunner Dylan 24 RB/LB 5’10” 185 11

Hundley Connor 74 OL/DL 6’0” 200 10

Jemo Chris 92 DL 5’5” 135 10

King Tyler 5 QB 6’1” 180 11

King Trey 11 WR 6’0” 170 12

King Chris 36 WR/DB 5’6” 138 10

Lawson Tyler 50 OL 6’0” 240 11

Lis Sebastian 72 DL 5’10” 230 11

Mason Declan 54 LB 5’10” 170 10

McGrellis Anthony 76 OL 6’2” 265 12

McMahon Bryce 8 QB/DB 5’10” 182 10

Last First Jersey # Position Height Weight Grade

Melzer JR 14 WR/DB 6’0” 175 11

Meyers Ben 20 DB 5’11” 140 10

Miller Caleb 9 LB/DL 5’11” 215 10

Miller Luke 28 DB 5’9” 150 10

Moody Chris 78 DL 6’0” 280 11

Moyer Kyle 12 DB 5’10” 170 11

Mullinger Josh 10 WR/QB 5’10” 155 10

Murray Justin 25 DB 5’8” 175 12

Pate Lorenz 90 DL 5’11” 240 10

Phillips Alan 98 DL 5’6” 200 10

Poulton Riley 6 WR/DB 6’0” 188 12

Pyle Deaglen 51 LB 5’9” 175 10

Ramsey Dom 21 DB 6’0” 190 12

Rankey Jake 33 RB 6’0” 180 12

Reibly Nick 66 OL 6’1” 225 11

Roberts Lee 77 OL 6’3” 240 11

Roley Nick 88 WR 5’11” 176 10

Rothery Ian 79 DL 5’10” 185 12

Seiser Evan 64 OL 6’0” 250 12

Shelton Donovan 3 WR/DB 5’10” 170 12

Sims Tywan 29 DB 5’11” 150 10

Smith Cody 39 RB 5’8” 215 12

Snead Jake 45 LB 6’0” 200 12

Spaulding Mark 19 DB 5’8” 155 10

Specht Griffin 80 WR 6’2” 165 10

Spiewak Jake 1 WR 6’4” 205 12

Terry Christian 31 DB 5’8” 140 12

Tobe Nick 26 LB/RB 5’11” 165 10

Vance Sam 46 DL 6’4” 250 12

Walls Conner 18 WR 6’1” 175 10

Walters Brandon 13 WR/DB 6’0” 165 11

Weyler Jake 84 DL 6’3” 200 11

Williams Jake 99 DL 6’2” 250 11

Wiseman William 58 OL 6’2” 260 12

Wynn Max 44 LB 6’2” 210 11

York Logan 32 LB 6’0” 185 12

Zientko Josh 38 DL 6’1” 190 11

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2017 Freshman Football and Cheer

Back Row: Freshman Cheerleaders Olivia DeCaestecker, Ellie Spiewak, Cara Hovell,

Laurenn Cayot, Kayleen O’Brien (Not pictured: Ashtin Stargell)

Row Three: Hunter Chillinsky, Ben Zientko, Ian Dobran, Josef Schlade, Wyatt Osterhage,

Garrett Seaton, Isaac Matthews, Tyler Dixon, Reid Almand, Kyle Roberts

Row Two: Cameron Stevens, Nick Meade, Greg Moss, Tyler Overholser, Parker Hinkebein,

Joseph Weber, Teagan Calhoun, Cameron Lewis, Justin Brogan, Kris Artis, Hunter Weiss

Front Row: Jonah Schneider, Walter Watkins, Will Heffner, Jonathan Bruder, Collin Truax,

Matthew Mercer, Yusef El-Sheikh, Justin Bemis, Brendan Fentress, Jacob Stewart

Freshman Coaches

Eli Pence, Josh Lacy, Joseph Dabbelt, Head Coach Nick Nagel, Ben Karpinsky, Nick Dabbelt, Tim Krapfel

Not Pictured: Dave Woodgeard

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Centerville Elks

JV Football Schedule 2017

Centerville Elks

Freshman Football Schedule 2017

August 26

September 2,

September 9

September 16

September 23

September 30

October 7

10:00am Fairfield High School

10:00am Lakota West High School

10:00am @Pickerington North High School

10:00am Springfield High School

10:00am @Springboro High School

10:00am Wayne High School

10:00am @Lebanon High School

August 26 NOON Fairfield High School

September 2 NOON Lakota West High School

September 9 NOON @Pickerington North High School

September 16 NOON Springfield High School

September 23 NOON @Springboro High School

September 30 NOON Wayne High School

October 7 NOON @Lebanon High School

October 14 9:00am @Schoolhouse Park vs. Northmont

October 12

5:00 p.m. Northmont High School

October 21

October 28

10:00am @Fairmont High School

10:00am @Beavercreek High School

October 21 NOON @Fairmont High School

October 28 NOON @Beavercreek High School

EPND!

Wishing you a successful season from

your Freshman Football Cheerleaders!

Olivia, Laurenn, Kayleen, Cara, Ellie & Ashtin

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Varsity Football Cheerleaders

Back Row: Hadley Beyland,

Alex Millard, Natalie DiPietro

Middle Row: Shannon Chable,

Lexi Hicks, Kiley Kuhr,

Gaby Tismo

Front Row: Shelby Padgett,

Samia Tarkany, Elli Abraham

Football Cheer Seniors

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Samia Tarkany

Elli Abraham

Shelby Padgett


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Seventh Grade Football

Back Row: Coaches Ryan Hale,Tim Carroll, Jim Ehrensberger, Troy Parks, Eric Reibly

Row Four: Joseph Jean-Louis, Cameron Haller, Pierson White, Gunnar Pool, Hayden Hansen,

Zackary Salyer, Peyton Johnson, Emmanuel Deng, James Owsley

Row Three: Mason Mattingly, Quinn Sheppard, Derrick Williams, A.J. Wiseman, Emable Wakilongo,

Kaden Gilliam, Jackson Mires, Jacob Mullinger, Gabe Cupps

Row Two: Joey Brown, Parker Rings, Kenneth Bellamy, Grant Wilder, Nikolas Keeton, Sean Cole,

Gavin Geisel, Zach Mayberry, Jackson Baenen, Rayne McKinney

Front Row: Matthew Karpinsky, Nicholas Bruder, Justin Cross, Owen Gantz, Gage Griffin,

Nathan Linder, Nathan Stevens, Jax Ware

Seventh Grade Football

Seventh Grade Football

Seventh Grade 2017 Football

2017 Schedule

2017

Day Date Opponent Place Time

Day Date Opponent Place Time

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Wednesday Aug. 30 Springfield Centerville Stadium 6:00PM

Wednesday Aug. Sep. 06 30 Springfield @ Beavercreek Centerville Beavercreek Stadium High School 6:00PM 5:30PM

Wednesday Thursday Sep. 06 07 @ Beavercreek (Reserve Game) Beavercreek Centerville Stadium High School 5:30PM 7:15PM

Thursday Tuesday Sep. 07 12 Beavercreek Northmont (Reserve Game) Centerville Stadium 7:15PM 6:00PM

Tuesday Thursday Sep. 12 14 Northmont @ Wayne (Reserve Game) Centerville Studebaker Stadium Junior High 6:00PM

Thursday Wednesday Sep. 14 20 @ Wayne Fairmont (Reserve Game) Studebaker Chet Roush Junior StadiumHigh 6:00PM

Wednesday Sep. 20 27 @ Fairmont Lebanon Chet Lebanon Roush Junior Stadium High School 6:00PM 5:30PM

Wednesday Thursday Sep. 27 28 @ Lebanon Lebanon (Reserve Game) Lebanon Centerville Junior Stadium High School 5:30PM 7:15PM

Thursday Tuesday Sep. Oct. 03 28 Lebanon Miamisburg (Reserve Game) Centerville Stadium 7:15PM 6:00PM

Tuesday Wednesday Oct. 03 04 @ Miamisburg (Reserve Game) Centerville Harmon Field Stadium 6:00PM 6:45PM

Wednesday Tuesday Oct. 04 10 @ Miamisburg Springboro (Reserve Game) Harmon Springboro Field High School 6:45PM 6:00PM

Tuesday Wednesday Oct. 10 11 @ Springboro (Reserve Game) Springboro Centerville Stadium High School 6:00PM 7:15PM

Wednesday Oct. 11 18 Springboro @ Wayne (Reserve Game) Centerville Wayne High Stadium School 7:15PM 6:00PM

Wednesday Oct. 18 @ Wayne Wayne High School 6:00PM


Eighth Grade Football

Back Row: Coach Jordan Koepfer, Head Coach Matt Bruder, Ben Persinger, Chase Harrison, Ryan

Keifer, Coach Jared Burson, Coach Pierre Tismo, Coach Michael Harrison

Row Four: Sean Fricke, Noah Corbin, Rich Rolf, Paul Haywood, Coby Castor, Cam Smith, Eric

Coleman, Brogan Mason, Zane Worrell

Row Three: Sam Shrader, Nathan Seymour, Sam Jaynes, Will Zientko, Chad Lugo, Isaiah Guzman,

Kiernan Schultz, Grant Martin, Colin Becker

Row Two: Sir Arthur Allen, Hunter Robinson, Matthew Graveline, Damien Moore, Tony Siyr, Brendon

Ryan, Brandon Ryan, Brad Fisher, Jamison Gilmore

Front Row: DJ Vincent, Nate Rojas, Aaron Gross, Anthony Carusone, Connor Monturo, Arnold

Fitzharris, Joey Greer, Chase Harting, John Schlade

Eighth Grade Football

Eighth Grade Football

Eighth Grade

2017

Football

2017 Schedule

2017

Day Date Opponent Place Time

Day Date Opponent Place Time

Wednesday Aug. 30 @ Springfield Hayward Middle School 6:00PM

Wednesday Sep. 06 @ Beavercreek Beavercreek High School 6:45PM

Wednesday Aug. 30 @ Springfield Hayward Middle School 6:00PM

Thursday Sep. 07 Beavercreek (Reserve Game) Centerville Stadium 6:00PM

Wednesday Sep. 06 @ Beavercreek Beavercreek High School 6:45PM

Tuesday Sep. 12 Northmont Centerville Stadium 7:15PM

Thursday Sep. 07 Beavercreek (Reserve Game) Centerville Stadium 6:00PM

Wednesday Sep. 13 @ Northmont (Reserve Game) Northmont High School 6:00PM

Tuesday Sep. 12 Northmont Centerville Stadium 7:15PM

Wednesday Sep. 20 @ Fairmont Chet Roush Stadium 7:15PM

Wednesday Sep. 13 Northmont (Reserve Game) Northmont High School 6:00PM

Wednesday Sep. 27 @ Lebanon Lebanon Junior High School 6:45PM

Wednesday Sep. 20 @ Fairmont Chet Roush Stadium 7:15PM

Thursday Sep. 28 Lebanon (Reserve Game) Centerville Stadium 6:00PM

Wednesday Sep. 27 @ Lebanon Lebanon Junior High School 6:45PM

Tuesday Oct. 03 Miamisburg Centerville Stadium 7:15PM

Thursday Sep. 28 Lebanon (Reserve Game) Centerville Stadium 6:00PM

Wednesday Oct. 04 @ Miamisburg (Reserve Game) Harmon Field 5:30PM

Tuesday Oct. 03 Miamisburg Centerville Stadium 7:15PM

Tuesday Oct. 10 @ Springboro Springboro High School 7:15PM

Wednesday Oct. 04 @ Miamisburg (Reserve Game) Harmon Field 5:30PM

Wednesday Oct. 11 Springboro (Reserve Game) Centerville Stadium 6:00PM

Tuesday Oct. 10 Springboro Springboro High School 7:15PM

Wednesday Oct. 18 @ Wayne Wayne High School 7:15PM

Wednesday Oct. 11 Springboro (Reserve Game) Centerville Stadium 6:00PM

Wednesday Oct. 18 @ Wayne Wayne High School 7:15PM

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JV Football Cheerleaders

Back Row: June Powell, Melanie Zeller, Avery Miller, Kailee Danford

Front Row: Sydney DeAnthony, Piper Kirby, Elizabeth Kasprovich, Justine Kalmar

Freshman Football Cheerleaders

Back Row: Olivia DeCaestecker, Ashtin Stargell, Cara Hovell, Ellie Spiewak

Front Row: Kayleen O’Brien, Laurenn Cayot

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Seventh Grade Cheerleaders

Back Row: Ella Grow, Kelsey Almand, Kendyll Grant

Middle Row: Madalene Middleton, Lauren Tobe, Caroline Grandin

Front Row: Caroline Brown, Shelby Kerr, Caroline Schneider, Maleigha Whitaker

Eighth Grade Cheerleaders

Back Row: Faith Heffner, Brooke Dunnigan, Haley Buhler, Kayla Bucklew

Front Row: Allie Thornton, Maddie DuPuy, Ellie Sullins, Emily Cauper, Lucy Hurles

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2016 Post Season Football Awards

Most Valuable Player Offense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Alec Grandin

Most Valuable Player Defense . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Jevon Henderson

Elk Pride Award. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Sam Vance

Elk Pride Award. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Donovan Shelton

Elk Pride Award. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Austin Hanes

Sonny Unger Scholarship-Offense. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Mason Kuhr

Sonny Unger Scholarship-Defense. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Austin Hanes

QB Club Scholarship . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Ryan Shawler

Alumni Association “Unsung Hero Scholarship” . . . . Colin Neace

1st Team All GWOC East Division. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Austin Hanes

Michael Purcell

Donovan Shelton

Jake Spiewak

2nd Team All GWOC East Division. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Grant Lugo

Mason Kuhr

Jevon Henderson

Sam Vance

Dom Ramsey

Max Wynn

Special Mention All GWOC East Division. . . . . . . . . . .

Alec Grandin

Special Mention All SW District. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

Donovan Shelton

Jake Spiewak

Mason Kuhr

Jevon Henderson

Sam Vance

Max Wynn

Austin Hanes

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Centerville Elk Alumni

Division 1 College Football Players

John Yowell: DL Bowling Green

Randy Gunlock: OL Miami, OH

Chuck Thomas: RB Dartmouth

Mike Pignatiello: K Dayton

Dave Brown: DL Bowling Green

Bill Becker: DL Iowa State

Terry Bach: DL Ohio State

Jeff Felton: OL Michigan

Doug McEldowney: K Ohio State

Chris Davis: LB Miami, Fl.

Tom Delaney: QB Kent State

Doug Fletcher: WR Kent State

Todd Hall: OL Dayton

Frank Carr: OL Arizona State

Bob Ptacek: LB Miami, OH

Larry Kubaszewski: WR Miami, OH

Gary Alders: QB Ohio State

Dave Stout: OL Louisiana State

Dave Morrill: DL Ohio State

Scott Neff: K Ohio State

Jim Tomallo: QB Air Force

Greg Doll: WR Kentucky

Jody Welde: DB Dayton

Jason Zeller: K Bowling Green

Matt Bradley: DL Pittsburgh

John Schaefer: OL Miami, OH

Brian Stout: DB Miami, OH

Doug Bradley: DL Vanderbilt

Pat Thomas: DL Ohio State

Keith Bertram: LB Eastern Michigan

Dave Miller: QB Kentucky

Kirk Herbstreit: QB Ohio State

Jon Berger: K Ohio State

Deron Brown: RB Ohio State

Jeff Bohlman: P Ohio State

Scott Alexander: RB Dayton

Young Hahn: LB Army

Andy Krupa: DL Kent State

Andy Harmon: DL Kent State

Joe Krupa: OL Army

Derek McBeth: DL Ball State

Andy Bracken: WR Air Force

Craig Peeps: OL Kent State

Matt Cravens: OL Miami, OH

Greg Wafford: WR Louisville

Jeremy Adkins: RB Miami, OH

Luke Morton: LS Eastern Kentucky

Chad Brightman: DE Miami, OH

Ben Mercer: QB Dayton

David George: RB Dayton

Jonathan Zimmerman: OL Dayton

Jay Fullenkamp: OL Dayton

Ryan Hawk: QB Ohio University

Ray Huston: RB Ohio University

Andy DeVito: OL Dayton

Zac Elcess: OL Marshall

Jason Flowers DB Toledo

Mike Nugent: K Ohio State

A.J. Hawk: LB Ohio State

Brent Ullery: WR Ohio State

Tom Ingham : DL Ohio State

Greg Malone OL Eastern Kentucky

Eric Larrimer: OL Ball State

Dan Cline: DL Western Kentucky

Scott Chillinsky DB Cincinnati

Jameson Hartke DL Ohio University

Jeremy Kash: LS West Virginia

Tyler Replogle LB Indiana

Will Johnson: RB West Virginia

Jay Cravens: RB Ball St.

Drew Serruto: DL Eastern Michigan

Adam Replogle: DL Indiana

Jake Feldmeyer OL Illinois

Matt Wall: LS Toledo

Nick Lisle: OL Dayton

John Ehrensberger: DB Dayton

Michael Bennett: DL Ohio State

Kyle Rose: DL West Virginia

Mike Replogle: LB Indiana

Chris Willis: OL Eastern Kentucky

Tristin Boykin: RB Kent State

Ayinde Ramsey: DB Indiana State

Ifeadi Odenigbo Northwestern

Jay Mastin: DB Miami (OH)

Benny McGowan: OL Michigan St.

Brandt Gressel: DT Iowa

Evan Lisle: OL Ohio St

Jake Replogle: DT Purdue

Jared Weyler: OL Minnesota

Patrick Osterhage: OL Wake Forest

Tito Odenigbo: DL Illinois

Cameron Langer: Butler

Chad Coeling: Toledo

Clayton Schmerber: Eastern Kentucky

Nick Dabbelt: Army

Jack Disser: Butler

Adam Hensley: West Virginia

Jacob Harrison: US Naval Academy

Xavier Motley: Ohio University

Illyaas Motley: Ohio University

Grant Tinnerman: Bowling Green

State University

Tyler Traylor: Bowling Green

State University

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Elk All-Ohio Players

All-Ohio Players:

“SHADED” BOX = SCHOOL RECORD

1971 Brad Otten OL 1986 Kirk Herbstreit QB

1972 Dave Brown DL Andy Krupa DL

1976 Bill Becker DL 1991 George Reinke OL

Terry Bach DL Matt Cravens OL

Bruce Otten OL 1993 Nick Baldridge DL

1977 Bill Price DB Jeremy Adkins RB

Jeff Felton OL Chad Brightman DL

1978 Frank Carr OL 1994 Brad Gunlock OL

Greg Miller DL 1995 David George RB

1979 Bob Wheeling DB 1998 Zac Elcess OL

Charles Luburgh DL 1999 Ryan Hawk QB

1980 Dave Mirrill DL Ray Huston RB

Jack Sperry OL Zac Elcess OL

1982 Matt Bradley DL A. J. Hawk LB

1983 Matt Bradley DL 2000 Mike Nugent K

John Schaefer OL A. J. Hawk LB

1984 Keith Bertram LB 2003 Scott Chillinsky DB

Pat Thomas DL 2004 Tommy Tamaska RB

Tom Ingham OL

Jameson Hartke DL

2005 Simon Abboud DL

Chase Collins OL

2006 Tyler Replogle LB

2007 Rob Bicknell OL

2008 Adam Replogle DL

2010 Michael Bennett OL

2011 Ifeadi Odenigbo DL

Benny McGowan OL

2012 Evan Lisle OL

2014 Nick Dabbelt OL (Special Mention)

2015 Adam Hensley LB (Special Mention)

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THE SONNY UNGER FOOTBALL

SCHOLARSHIP FUND NEEDS YOUR HELP

Each year, for 51 years, a scholarship dedicated to the memory of Sonny Unger, has been awarded to the outstanding

Centerville High School football player. For those new to the community, Sonny was an outstanding CHS athlete of the

early ’60s who later died in the service of his country in Vietnam. He was a proud, talented and dedicated American.

Help us keep the memory of the pride and dedication of this outstanding young man alive as an inspiration for future

CHS football student athletes.

2016-17 Recipients: Austin Hanes & Mason Kuhr

We ask the support of all citizens in the community to enable us to continue this very worthwhile program.

Past recipients of the scholarship include:

1968-69 Chuck Thomas, Dartmouth College

1969-70 Jon Yowell, Bowling Green University

1970-71 Rick Pummill, Dartmouth College

1971-72 Tom Corbin, Miami University

1972-73 Dave Brown, Bowling Green University

1973-74 Jon Benedict, Dartmouth College

1974-75 Greg Bailey, Central State University

1975-76 Kent Bruggeman, Ohio State University

1976-77 Keith Click, Otterbein College

1977-78 Jeff Felton, University of Michigan

1978-79 Gregg Miller, Wilmington College

1979-80 Dave Evans, Anderson College

1980-81 Jack Sperry, Ohio State University

1981-82 Dave Dismuke, University of Tennessee

1982-83 Brian Stout, Miami University

1982-83 Paul Rosendale, Ohio State University

1983-84 Matt Bradley, University of Pittsburgh

1984-85 Keith Bertram, Eastern Michigan

1985-86 Dan Chillinsky, Wilmington College

1985-86 John Ferrazza, Miami of Ohio

1986-87 Mike Bertram, Toledo University

1986-87 Young Hahn, West Point

1987-88 Scott Alexander, University of Dayton

1987-88 Todd Krynzel, Findlay College

1988-89 Scott Anderson, Ohio State University

1988-89 Frank Bucher, Bowling Green University

1989-90 Dan Barnard, Ohio State University

1989-90 Scott Bracken, Wright State University

1990-91 Wayne Haworth, Wright State University

1990-91 Troy Zimpfer, Wright State University

1991-92 Matt Cravens, Miami of Ohio

1991-92 Mark Cushen

1992-93 Matt Doll, Rhode Island School of Design

1992-93 Adam Heller, Case-Western Reserve

1993-94 Jeremy Adkins, Miami of Ohio

1993-94 Chad Brightman, Miami of Ohio

1994-95 Jamie Easter, Findlay College

1994-95 Barrett Shrader, Miami of Ohio

1995-96 David George, University of Dayton

1995-96 Brian Young, Ohio Northern University

1996-97 Greg Young, Wittenberg University

1996-97 Adam Taylor, University of Toledo

1997-98 Brad Colson, University of Tennesse

1997-98 Casey Kapustka, Ohio State

1998-99 Jason Griffith, University of Dayton

1998-99 Terry Tamaska, University of Toledo

1999-00 Ryan Hawk, Miami University

1999-00 J.D. Kennard,

2000-01 Mike Nugent, Ohio State

2000-01 Joe Abboud, Wright State

2001-02 A.J. Hawk, Ohio State

2001-02 Richard Graf, Ohio University

2002-03 Zach Taylor, Capital University

2002-03 Brent Ullery, Ohio State University

2002-04 Kyle Hickey, Wright State University

2003-04 Scott Chillinsky, University of Cincinnati

2004-05 Jameson Hartke, Ohio University

2004-05 Tommy Tamaska, Cincinnati State

2005-06 Chase Collins, Ohio State University

2005-06 Simon Abboud, University of Dayton

2006-07 Tyler Replogle, Indiana University

2006-07 Will Johnson, West Virginia University

2007-08 David Fleming, Youngstown State Univer.

2007-08 Ryan Donnini, University of Cincinnati

2008-09 Adam Replogle, Indiana University

2008-09 Logan Hanes, Ohio State

2009-10 Zak Bertram, University of Cincinnati

2009-10 Bryan Kiger, Sinclair

2010-11 Kyle Rose, West Virginia

2010-11 Michael Bennett, Ohio State

2011-12 Mike Thomas, Miami University

2011-12 Benny McGowen, Michigan State

2012-13 Jake Replogle, Purdue

2012-13 Jimmy Brooks, Ohio University

2013-14 Alex Rado, Ohio University

2013-14 Jared Weyler, University of Minnesota

2014-15 Jack Disser, Butler University

2014-15 Will Vance, Ohio University

2015-16 Adam Hensley, West Virginia University

2015-16 Tim Krapfel, Thomas Moore College

2016-17 Austin Hanes, Ohio State

2016-17 Mason Kuhr, Miami of Ohio

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Centerville Football History

Year Coach W-L-T

1948 George Howe 0-6-1

1949 George Howe 1-5-2

1950 George Howe 2-6-0

New football field (Magsig).

First TDs at both end zones scored by Bob Gregg

1951 George Howe 0-8-0

1952 James Wallace 2-6-0

1953 James Wallace 4-4-0

1954 James Wallace 5-4-0

1955 Larry Pedicord 3-6-0

School Record – 49 pts.

49-0 against Piqua Catholic

School Record – 64 pts.

64-0 defeat by Germantown

1956 Bob Wood 2-7-0

1957 Bob Wood 3-4-1

Joined Little Buckeye League

1958 Bob Wood 6-1-1 Won LBL

1959 Fred Saatkamp 6-2-0

1960 Fred Saatkamp 2-7-1

1961 Fred Saatkamp 3-6-0

1962 Dale Lindsey 7-1-1

LBL Co-Champs with Wayne

1963 Dale Lindsey 6-3-0

LBL Co-Champs with Wayne, W. Alex & Covington

1964 Dale Lindsey 8-2-0

Joined Dayton Suburban Leage, Won DSL,

School Record – 68 points scored against Jefferson

1965 Dale Lindsey 7-2-0

Won Dayton Suburban League Championship

1966 Dale Lindsey 4-6-0

1967 Dale Lindsey 7-3-0

1968 John Lantz 5-5-0 Joined the WOL

1969 John Lantz 7-3-0

School Record Rushing, 1220 yards - Tom Haury

1970 John Lantz 1-9-0

1971 John Lantz 6-4-0

1972 John Lantz 6-4-0

1973 Bob Gregg 3-7-0

1974 Bob Gregg 4-6-0

1975 Bob Gregg 9-1-0

Won WOL, Beginning of the Dynasty

1976 Bob Gregg 10-0-0 Won WOL

1977 Bob Gregg 10-0-0 Won WOL

1978 Bob Gregg 9-1-0 Won WOL

1979 Bob Gregg 9-1-0 Won WOL

1980 Bob Gregg 9-1-0 Won WOL

1981 Bob Gregg 8-2-0 Won WOL

1982 Bob Gregg 9-1-0 Won WOL

1983 Bob Gregg 10-0 Won WOL

1984 Bob Gregg 11-1 Won WOL

State Regional Play-off Champs

State Semi-finalist

1985 Bob Gregg 8-2 Won WOL

1986 Bob Gregg 10-1 Won WOL

State Regional Play-off Participant

Ranked #1 Team in Ohio

1987 Bob Gregg 7-3

1988 Bob Gregg 6-4

1989 Bob Gregg 7-3

1990 Bob Gregg 8-2

1991 Bob Gregg 12-2 Won WOL

State Regional Play-off Champs, State Runners-Up

1992 Bob Gregg 6-4

1993 Bob Gregg 10-1 Won WOL

State Regional Semi-finalist

1994 Bob Gregg 6-4

1995 Bob Gregg 7-3

1996 Bob Gregg 6-4

1997 Bob Gregg 5-5

1998 Bob Gregg 9-2 Won WOL

State Regional Semi-finalist

1999 Bob Gregg 11-1 Won WOL

State Regional Semi-finalist

2000 Ron Ullery 6-4, Won WOL (Final Year)

2001 Ron Ullery 3-7 Joined GWOC

2002 Ron Ullery 8-2

2003 Ron Ullery 7-3

2004 Ron Ullery 11-1 Won GWOC

State Regional Semi-finalist

2005 Ron Ullery 10-2

State Regional Semi-finalist

2006 Ron Ullery 8-2 Won GWOC

2007 Ron Ullery 9-3 Won GWOC

State Regional Semi-finalist

2008 Ron Ullery 7-4

State Regional Quarterfinalist

2009 Ron Ullery 8-3 Won GWOC

State Regional Quarterfinalist

2010 Ron Ullery 9-3

State Regional Playoff Semifinalist

2011 Ron Ullery 7-4 Won GWOC

State Playoff Quarterfinalist

2012 Ron Ullery 6-4

2013 Ron Ullery 8-3

State Regional Playoff Participant

2014 Rodney Roberts 10-1

State Regional Playoff Participant

2015 Rodney Roberts 6-4

2016 Rodney Roberts 5-5

Western Ohio League/Greater Western Ohio Conference Champions:

1975 • 1976 • 1977 • 1978 • 1979 • 1980 • 1981 1982 • 1983 • 1984 • 1985 •

1986 • 1991 • 1993 • 1998 • 1999 2000 • 2004 • 2006 • 2007 • 2009 • 2011

State Playoffs: 1984 • 1986 • 1991 • 1993 • 1998 • 1999 • 2004 • 2005 •

2007 • 2008 • 2009 • 2010 • 2011 • 2013

Regional Champions: 1984 • 1991

State Runner-Up: 1991

State Ratings Champion: 1986

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Elk Alumni Currently in College

Team of 2012

Andrew Grantz • Tennessee

Brant Gressel • Iowa

Evan Lisle • Duke University

Connor Rettig • Valparaiso

Jake Replogle • Purdue

Team of 2013

Cameron Langer • Butler

Tito Odenigbo • Illinois

Patrick Osterhage • Wake Forest

Jared Weyler • Minnesota

Team of 2014

Alejandro Charette • John Carrol

Chad Coeling • Toledo

Nick Dabbelt • Army

Jack Disser • Butler

Scott Garrison • Harvard

Jeff Kaczmarek • Taylor

Matt Reibly • Findlay

Clayton Schmerber • Eastern Kentucky

Will Vance • Baldwin Wallace University

Chase Whitaker • Thomas More

Team of 2015

Spencer Crisp • Taylor University

Adam Hensley • West Virginia University

Jacob Harrison • US Naval Academy

Xavier Motley • Ohio University

Illyaas Motley • Ohio University

Nate Richmond • Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Grant Tinnerman • Bowling Green State University

Tyler Traylor • Bowling Green State University

Matt Villers • Grove City College

Team of 2016

Mason Kuhr • Miami University

Collin DeBord • Bowling Green State University

Michael Prucell • Elon University

Centerville Elks Football Alumni in the NFL

John Mahon

Dave Preston

Dave Morrill

Andy Harmon

Mike Nugent

AJ Hawk (R)

Will Johnson

Adam Replogle (R)

Michael Bennett

Ifeadi Odenigbo

Detroit Lions (R)

Denver Broncos (R)

Cleveland Browns (R)

Philadelphia Eagles (R)

New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers,

Arizona Cardinals, Cincinnati Bengals,

New York Giants

Green Bay Packers, Cincinnati Bengals,

Atlanta Falcons

Pittsburgh Steelers, New York Giants

Atlanta Falcons

Jacksonville Jaguars

Minnesota Vikings

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Season Records, 1974-1993

1974 (5-5) 1975 (9-1)

Belmont - 35-9 W

Belmont – 42-0 W

Troy – 28-7 L

Troy – 20-6 W

Beavercreek – 7-0 W

Beavercreek – 22-0 W

Fairborn Baker – 16-6 L

Springfield South – 28-8 W

Wayne – 31-0 L

Wayne – 24-0 W

Xenia – 7-0 W

Xenia – 20-6 W

Stebbins – 35-27 L

Stebbins – 13-0 W

Fairmont West – 26-6 L

Fairmont West – 14-7 L

Springfield North – 41-7 W

Springfield North – 50-7 W

Fairmont East – 27-0 W

Fairmont East – 24-7 W

Outscored Opponents – 163-142 Outscored Opponents – 247-41

1976 (10-0) 1977 (10-0)

West Carrollton – 47-0 W

West Carrollton – 17-0 W

Fairmont East – 20-14 W

Fairmont East – 6-0 W

Troy – 21-7 W

Troy – 33-26 W

Beavercreek – 31-0 W

Beavercreek – 44-7 W

Springfield South – 3-0 W

Springfield South – 44-12 W

Wayne – 45-0 W

Wayne – 31-10 W

Xenia – 35-0 W

Xenia – 35-14 W

Stebbins – 27-7 W

Stebbins – 35-3 W

Fairmont West – 27-6 W

Fairmont West – 33-0 W

Springfield North – 62-0 W

Springfield North – 44-10 W

Outscored Opponents – 318-34 Outscored Opponents – 322-82

1978 (9-1) 1979 (9-1)

Princeton – 40-20 L

Princeton – 21-11 L

Springfield North – 10-7 W

Fairmont East – 17-7 W

Fairmont East – 20-7 W

Troy – 36-13 W

Troy – 22-8 W

Beavercreek – 30-9 W

Beavercreek – 16-0 W

Springfield South – 49-0 W

Springfield South – 45-20 W

Wayne – 51-14 W

Wayne – 42-6 W

Xenia – 14-0 W

Xenia – 24-0 W

Stebbins – 31-0 W

Stebbins – 34-7 W

Fairmont West – 42-3 W

Fairmont West – 14-7 W

Springfield North – 32-6 W

Outscored Opponents – 247-102 Outscored Opponents – 323-73

1980 (9-1) 1981 (8-2)

Moeller – 20-14 L

Moeller – 21-7 L

Fairmont West – 14-12 W

Fairmont West – 7-0 W

Springfield North – 21-0 W

Springfield North – 42-14 W

Fairmont East – 28-0 W

Fairmont East – 14-0 W

Troy – 14-0 W

Troy – 23-3 W

Beavercreek – 21-0 W

Beavercreek – 18-14 W

Springfield South – 14-7 W

Springfield South – 14-6 W

Wayne – 35-6 W

Wayne – 14-6 L

Xenia – 7-0 W

Xenia – 14-6 W

Stebbins – 21-6 W

Stebbins – 10-6 W

Outscored Opponents – 189-51 Outscored Opponents – 163-76

1982 (9-1) 1983 (10-0)

Northmont – 17-6 W

Northmont – 41-0 W

Stebbins – 10-9 L

Stebbins – 23-0 W

Fairmont West – 20-0 W

Fairborn – 49-7 W

Springfield North – 40-0 W

Springfield North – 55-0 W

Fairmont East – 31-7 W

Fairmont – 37-0 W

Carroll – 45-7 W

Carroll – 32-7 W

Beavercreek – 30-0 W

Beavercreek – 47-9 W

Springfield South – 14-0 W

Springfield South – 21-12 W

Wayne – 10-7 W

Wayne – 33-0 W

Xenia – 28-7 W

Xenia – 14-0 W

Outscored Opponents – 244-44 Outscored Opponents – 352-35

1984 (11-1) 1985 (8-2)

Northmont – 21-0 W

Northmont – 19-0 W

Xenia – 42-0 W

Xenia – 21-8 W

Stebbins – 35-10 W

Stebbins – 28-0 W

Fairborn – 44-0 W

Fairborn – 32-15 W

Springfield North – 34-0 W

Springfield North – 26-10 W

Fairmont – 22-3 W

Fairmont – 31-14 W

Carroll – 58-7 W

Carroll – 24-9 W

Beavercreek – 34-8 W

Beavercreek – 21-7 L

Springfield South – 34-8 W

Springfield South – 30-0 W

Wayne – 28-20 W

Wayne – 26-15 L

Moeller – 10-7 W

Toledo St. Francis – 14-11 L

Outscored Opponents – 383-77 Outscored Opponents – 233-103

1986 (10-1) 1987 (7-3)

Princeton – 22-21 W

Princeton – 41-7 L

Wayne – 28-13 W

Wayne – 44-14 L

Xenia – 21-7 W

Xenia – 28-27 L

Stebbins – 36-0 W

Stebbins – 20-0 W

Fairborn – 46-14 W

Fairborn – 48-27 W

Springfield North – 24-3 W

West Carrollton – 30-0 W

Fairmont – 21-14 W

Fairmont – 39-0 W

Carroll – 36-10 W

Springfield North – 36-0 W

Beavercreek – 21-19 W

Beavercreek – 29-7 W

Springfield South – 13-8 W

Springfield South – 43-8 W

Dunbar – 19-14 L

Outscored Opponents – 282-138 Outscored Opponents – 293-155

1988 (6-4) 1989 (7-3)

Princeton – 45-3 L

Princeton – 28-14 L

Wayne – 14-3 L

Springfield South – 7-3 W

Xenia – 10-3 W (OT)

Wayne – 17-7 L

Stebbins – 14-3 W

Xenia – 7-0 W

Fairborn – 28-12 W

Stebbins – 24-0 W

West Carrollton – 17-7 W

Fairborn – 35-20 W

Fairmont – 16-14 W

West Carrollton – 17-7 L

Springfield North – 27-10 L

Fairmont – 30-0 W

Beavercreek – 19-0 L

Springfield North – 24-6 W

Springfield South – 3-0 W

Beavercreek – 19-12 W

Outscored By Opponents – 144-104 Outscored Opponents – 174-103

1990 (8-2) 1991 (12-2)

Princeton – 14-0 L

Princeton – 41-3 L

West Carrollton – 35-3 W

West Carrollton – 20-0 W

Dunbar – 24-13 W

Dunbar – 19-12 W

Springfield South – 42-0 W

Springfield South – 33-6 W

Wayne – 9-3 L

Wayne – 29-21 W

Xenia – 42-12 W

Xenia – 37-14 W

Fairmont – 43-6 W

Fairmont – 50-13 W

Fairborn – 21-6 W

Fairborn – 29-0 W

Beavercreek – 26-0 W

Beavercreek – 35-13 W

Springfield North – 50-14 W

Springfield North – 49-14 W

Cincinnati Elder – 26-17 W

Outscored Opponents – 296-77

Oxford Talawanda – 34-33 W

Columbus Brookhaven – 30-14 W

Cleveland St. Ignatius – 24-21 L

Outscored Opponents – 425-222

1992 (6-4) 1993 (10-1)

St. Xavier – 34-10 L

St. Xavier – 38-7 W

West Carrollton – 24-0 W

West Carrollton – 41-0 W

Dunbar – 22-0 W

Dunbar – 48-0 W

Springfield North – 14-11 L

Springfield North – 54-0 W

Springfield South – 50-21 W

Springfield South – 62-54 W

Wayne – 35-0 W

Wayne – 29-6 W

Xenia – 23-9 L

Xenia – 41-0 W

Fairmont – 47-41 L

Fairmont – 45-0 W

Fairborn – 34-14 W

Fairborn – 56-7 W

Beavercreek – 55-7 W

Beavercreek – 35-7 W

Moeller – 31-14 L

Outscored Opponents – 291-160 Outscored Opponents – 463-112

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Season Records, 1994–Present

1994 (6-4) 1995 (6-4)

St. Xavier – 27-0 L

St. Xavier – 42-8 L

Akron Buchtel – 29-6 W

Middletown – 9-7 W

Colerain – 28-13 L

Colerain – 19-6 L

Beavercreek – 55-28 W

Beavercreek – 39-6 W

Springfield North – 41-20 W

Springfield North – 37-0 W

Springfield South – 21-13 W

Springfield South – 20-7 L

Wayne – 24-23 L

Wayne – 34-6 W

Xenia – 35-21 W

Xenia – 30-12 W

Fairmont – 28-18 L

Fairmont – 28-6 L

Fairborn – 32-28 W

Fairborn – 40-14 W

Outscored Opponents – 267-223 Outscored Opponents – 196-154

1996 (6-4) 1997 (5-5)

Oak Hills – 38-36 W

Oak Hills – 37-23 L

Middletown – 28-18 L

Middletown – 24-20 L

Troy – 48-20 L

Troy – 56-25 L

Fairborn – 35-14 W

Fairborn – 42-17 W

Beavercreek – 19-0 W

Beavercreek – 33-6 W

Springfield North – 31-13 W

Springfield North – 52-36 W

Springfield South – 27-25 L

Springfield South – 33-6 L

Wayne – 35-26 L

Wayne – 49-28 W

Xenia – 18-13 W

Xenia – 41-26 W

Fairmont – 21-18 W

Fairmont – 28-23 L

Outscored Opponents – 251-232 Outscored Opponents – 314-291

1998 (9-2) 1999 (11-1)

Hamilton – 49-34 W

Hamilton – 62-14 W

Middletown – 38-21 W

Middletown – 52-20 W

Troy – 49-43 L

Troy – 39-6 W

Fairmont – 55-6 W

Fairmont – 41-0 W

Fairborn – 70-0 W

Fairborn – 40-14 W

Beavercreek – 56-13 W

Beavercreek – 64-7 W

Springfield North – 79-14 W

Springfield North – 63-13 W

Springfield South – 30-26 W

Springfield South – 58-6 W

Wayne – 37-10 W

Wayne – 35-14 W

Xenia – 51-6 W

Xenia – 62-26 W

Colerain – 28-27 L

Mason – 35-31 W

Cincinnati Elder – 49-42 L

Outscored Opponents – 535-207 Outscored Opponents – 593-200

2000 (6-4) 2001 (3-7)

Hamilton – 16-10 L

Hamilton – 13-6 L

Middletown – 34-13 W

Middletown – 42-12 L

Troy – 34-0 L

Troy – 36-7 L

Xenia – 21-20 L

Wayne – 48-7 L

Fairmont – 27-10 W

Greenville – 19-7 W

Fairborn – 43-6 W

Springfield North – 21-7 L

Beavercreek – 26-0 W

Fairmont – 21-14 W

Springfield North – 24-3 W

Xenia – 35-21 L

Springfield South – 27-26 W

Springfield South – 34-7 L

Wayne – 20-17 L

Beavercreek – 17-7 W

Outscored Opponents – 228-149 Outscored By Opponents – 257-124

2002 (8-2) 2003 (7-3)

Hamilton – 32-14 W

Fairfield – 31-15 W

Middletown – 38-15 W

Middletown – 23-18 L

Troy – 41-12 W

Troy – 21-17 L

Wayne – 24-0 L

Trotwood – 28-7 W

Greenville – 45-6 W

Springfield North – 42-14 W

Springfield North – 42-7 W

Fairmont – 41-3 W

Fairmont – 27-0 W

Xenia – 18-6 W

Xenia – 20-17 L

Springfield South – 28-7 W

Springfield South – 42-41 W

Wayne – 21-20 L

Beavercreek – 9-0 W

Beavercreek – 38-7 W

Outscored Opponents – 293-139 Outscored Opponents – 281-124

2004 (11-1) 2005 (10-2)

Fairfield – 28-3 W

Fairfield – 14-3 W

Troy – 35-0 W

Princeton – 21-17 W

Erie, Pa. McDowell – 31-14 W Northmont – 20-7 W

Trotwood – 45-0 W

Xenia – 31-12 W

Springfield North – 55-21 W

Springfield South – 28-12 W

Fairmont – 28-7 W

Piqua – 34-7 W

Xenia – 28-27 W

Beavercreek – 28-0 W

Springfield South – 54-14 W

Wayne – 38-0 L

Wayne – 35-27 W

Fairmont – 28-0 W

Beavercreek – 35-20 W

Springfield North – 41-7 W

Mason – 34-7 W

Northmont – 35-33 W

Cincinnati Colerain – 35-0 L

Wayne – 29-28 L

Outscored Opponents – 408-175 Outscored Opponents – 308-165

2006 (8-2) 2007 (10-2)

Fairfield – 42-8 W

Lakota East – 24-0 W

Princeton – 62-9 W

Princeton – 43-42 L

Northmont – 42-30 L

Northmont – 14-7 W

Don Bosco Prep, N.J. – 21-0 L

Byrnes, S.C. – 38-31 L (OT)

Xenia – 42-0 W

Xenia – 41-14 W

Beavercreek – 38-24 W

Beavercreek – 45-0 W

Springfield North – 69-20 W

Springfield North – 49-13 W

Wayne – 21-13 W

Wayne – 28-21 W (OT)

Springfield South – 76-6 W

Springfield South – 42-0 W

Fairmont – 63-6 W

Fairmont – 49-14 W

Princeton – 42-21 W

Cincinnati St. Xavier – 31-6 L

Outscored Opponents – 443-149 Outscored Opponents – 403-202

2008 (7-4) 2009 (8-3)

Lakota East – 42-14 W

Lakota East – 24-6 - W

Princeton – 49-30 W

Mason – 34-14 - W

Cincinnati Moeller – 34-30 L

Cincinnati Moeller – 21-19 - L

Troy – 48-14 W

Troy – 40-7 - W

Miamisburg – 54-0 W

Miamisburg – 69-0 - W

Springfield – 7-0 L

Springfield – 38-6 - W

Beavercreek – 37-31 W

Beavercreek – 42-12 - W

Northmont – 28-21 L (OT)

Northmont – 32-0 - W

Wayne – 31-14 W

Wayne – 42-20 - L

Fairmont – 41-13 W

Fairmont – 44-13 - W

Cincinnati Elder – 52-27 L

Cincinnati St. Xavier – 37-12 - L

Outscored Opponents – 380-215 Outscored Opponents – 374-158

2010 (9-3) 2011 (7-4)

Lakota East – 42-6 W

Cincinnati Elder – 33-14 L

Mason – 30-7 W

Indianapolis Cathedral – 34-17 L

Alter – 24-7 W

Oakridge, Canada – 63-7 W

Cleveland St. Ignatius – 31-7 W

Cleveland St. Ignatius – 27-8 L

Springboro – 28-13 W

Springboro – 55-17 W

Fairmont – 59-0 W

Fairmont – 49-21 W

Northmont – 24-21 L (OT)

Northmont – 34-7 W

Wayne – 34-10 L

Wayne – 63-35 W

Springfield – 14-0 W

Springfield – 56-15 W

Beavercreek – 51-7 W

Beavercreek – 63-7 W

Cincinnati Moeller – 27-17 W

Middletown – 28-10 L

Wayne – 36-33 L (2OT)

Outscored Opponents – 370-148 Outscored Opponents – 450-231

2012 (6-4) 2013 (8-3)

Cincinnati Elder – 34-21 L

Pickerington Central – 38-33 W

Springboro – 42-32 L

Springboro – 63-20 – W

Withrow – 27-21 W

Withrow – 42-14 W

Lebanon – 28-19 W

Lebanon – 42-14 W

Greenville – 64-7 W

Naples, Florida – 38-37 W (2OT)

Fairmont – 17-13 W

Fairmont – 35-21 W

Northmont – 13-0 W

Northmont – 41-34 L

Wayne – 26-10 L

Wayne – 42-35 L

Beavercreek – 27-21 L

Beavercreek – 31-29 W

Springfield – 41-6 W

Springfield – 41-6 W

Dublin Coffman – 42-14 L

Outscored Opponents – 274-195 Outscored Opponents – 413-299

2014 (10-1) 2015

Glenbard North (IL) – 33-28 W

Fairfield – 35-32 L

Springboro – 27-24 W

Springboro – 50-49 L

Lebanon – 21-7 W

Lebanon – 40-35 W

Trotwood-Madison – 21-14 W

Trotwood-Madison – 36-33 W

West Carrollton – 61-6 W

Elder – 56-39 L

Kettering Fairmont – 21-20 W OT

Fairmont – 53-21 W

Northmont – 41-9 W

Northmont – 62-41 W

Beavercreek – 48-14 W

Beavercreek – 35-28 W

Springfield – 50-20 W

Springfield – 35-32 W

Wayne – 19-14 W

Wayne – 56-17 L

#Lakota West – 15-21 L Outscored Opponents – 398-387

Outscored Opponents 357-177

2016 (5-5)

Fairfield – 13-6 L

Lakota West – 52-35 W

Pickerington North – 49-21 L

Springfield – 26-20 L

Springboro – 28-21 W

Wayne – 45-8 L

Lebanon – 28-14 L

Northmont – 24-23 W

Fairmont – 31-21 W

Beavercreek – 31-28 W

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Centerville Jazz Band

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Centerville Jazz Band 2017 Performances

August 25 Away Football @ Fairfield (Pep Band)

September 1 Away Football @ Lakota West

September 2 Northmont Premier

September 8 Home Football vs. Pickerington North

September 15 Away Football @ Springfield (Pep Band)

September 16 Bellbrook Invitational

September 21 Home Football vs Springboro

September 23 Bands of America Toledo Regional

September 29 Away Football @ Wayne

September 30 Fishers (IN) Invitational

October 6 Home Football vs. Lebanon (Homecoming/MS Band Night)

October 13 Away Football @ Northmont

October 14 Community Night, CHS Stadium 5:00pm

October 20 Home Football vs. Fairmont

October 20-21 Bands of America Indianapolis Super Regional

October 27 Home Football vs. Beavercreek (Senior Night)

October 28 Centerville Invitational

November 9-11 BOA Grand National Championships, Indianapolis

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Centerville Coeds Varsity Dance Team

Front Line: Bethany Ekeh, Emily Glass, Sierra Franck, Brooke Feldmeyer, Alyssa Belmaggio-McKnight

Middle Line: Becca Mount, McKenzie Neri, Emma Graham, Hannah Matthews, Olivia Perry, Natalie Cummings

Back Line: Mya Savino, Stephanie Reith, Leah Berkebile, Natalie DeCuir, Paige Burkhart, Molly Schutter

Not Pictured: Ami Berkemeier, Emily Edwards, & Chloe Mann

The Centerville Coeds Varsity Dance team is

entering its 58th year. The team consists of 20

talented dancers and is under the direction of CHS

Dance Program Director Tenille Redmond, Assistant

Director Sarah Izor, & Coach Rachel Feldmeyer.

The Coeds compete at regional, state, and national

dance competitions. The Coeds are the 2017 Ohio

State Champions in Pom and the 2016 Ohio State

Champions in Hip Hop. During the 2016-2017

season the Coeds received the Overall Grand

Championship Title at the MA Westerville Central,

the Findlay Ameridance, & the Spring Finale Open in

Mt. Vernon Competitions.

The Coeds also perform at CHS football and

basketball games, provide community service

by appearing in parades and at special events

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2017-2018 COMPETITION DATES

December 16 – Beavercreek High School

January 20 – Mt. Notre Dame High School

February 11 – Westerville Central High

February 17 – Findlay Ameridance

February 25 – Centerville Invitational

March 3 – Off the Edge Cincinnati Regional

March 11 – Harrison High School

March 17 – Ohio State Championships

April 6-8 – Showcase National Championships

Bank of Kentucky

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Centerville Boys Soccer

A Letter from Coach Monbeck...

As the 45th year of Soccer at Centerville

High School begins, we welcome three new

staff members. Centerville Soccer Alumni

Bradley Schulter and Slater Morgann will

take over the coaching duties of the JVB

team, while Wichert de Wit will lead the JVA

team. Their leadership, attention to detail and

commitment to development will help grow the

quality of players within the program.

The 2017 Varsity team is led by sixteen

seniors and eleven returning varsity players.

Competition for playing time will be fierce as

the junior class is eager to leave its mark on

this team.

After a heartbreaking loss to Mason in last

year’s tournament, this team is using that to

fuel their desire to get back to the top and

bring a District Title back to Centerville.

Our program motto, “A Winning Tradition,”

does not come without sacrifice. The boys

are working hard and pushing each other to

continue this tradition.

Good luck to all CHS Athletes!! GO ELKS!

Head Coach, Jeff Monbeck

Returning Lettermen

Boys Soccer Coaches

Back Row: Jake Sidell, Jeff Monbeck,

Slater Morgann, Wichert De Wit

Front Row: Manager Steve McLean,

Student Manager Luke Kuper,

Brad Schluter

Not Pictured: Assistant Coach John

Bertrams

Back Row: Sam Haught, Kyle Biggs, Keagan Devoe, Jonathan Huelsman, Alec Decuir,

Aaron Moyer

Front Row: Cole Zengel, Nen Shemsu, Christian Kohen, Tanner Greenlee, Trey Schultz

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Boys Soccer Varsity

Back Row: Jeff Monbeck, Slater Morgann, Trainer Ashley Jewel, Wichert De Wit, Casey Miller, Keagan Devoe,

Adam George, Alec Decuir, Jonathan Huelsman, Brayden Rike, Aaron Moyer, Christian Kohen, Cole Zengel, Jake

Sidell, Luke Kuper, Brad Schluter

Front Row: Nen Shemsu, Adam Wolf, Ryan Schafer, Kyle Biggs, Evan West, Josh Seebacher, Jonathan Juhas,

Trey Schultz, Tanner Greenlee, Eliot Ferstl and Sam Haught

Soccer Seniors

Back Row: Sam Haught, Kyle Biggs,

Keagan Devoe, Jonathan Huelsman,

Alec Decuir, Aaron Moyer, Trey Schultz

Front Row: Nen Shemsu, Adam Wolf,

Ryan Schafer, Evan West, Christian Kohen,

Jonathan Juhas, Tanner Greenlee,

Eliot Ferstl

Varsity Boys Soccer

Schedule 2017

All Varsity Home Games Are Played at Alumni Stadium

8/19 7:00pm Lakota West HS

8/22 7:15pm Miamisburg HS

8/26 4:00pm Butler HS

8/29 7:15pm Northmont HS

8/31 7:15pm Wayne HS

9/2 7:15pm Mason HS

9/5 7:15pm Lakota East HS

9/9 7:15pm Alter HS

9/12 7:15pm Lebanon HS

9/14 7:15pm Fairmont HS

9/19 7:15pm Springboro HS

9/23 12:00pm Warren Mott HS

9/30 7:00pm Belmont HS

10/3 7:15pm Springfield HS

10/7 11:00am St. Xavier HS

10/10 7:15pm Beavercreek HS

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Boys Soccer JV-A

Back Row: Jacob Bean, Harrison Roebken, Brock Biederman, Noah Garel, Cayden Holley,

Zachary Horwitz, Richard Lochra and Coach Wichert De Wit

Middle Row: Philo Antoun, Anthony Huelsman, Samuel Kujawa, Kevin Fillingim, Cody Potgieter,

David Hillix, Zachary Golden, Griffin Shockley, Aleksandras Thomas

Front Row: Dominic Klein, Bronson Bollinger, Matt Fahrenkamp, Cooper Vallone, Jack Rudolph,

Alex Weller and Alexander Taylor

Boys Soccer JV-B

Back Row: Coach Slater Morgann, Thomas Raasch, Mark Balonier, Landon Dull, Rohan Dhingra,

Kyle Brooks, Ben Minneman, Nate Gottron, Andrew Hallbeck, Patrick Shields,

Zachary Baird and Coach Brad Schluter

Front Row: Joey Wourms, Ayden Johnson, Karsten Jonson, David Quick, Griffin Laipple, Alec West,

Kameron Fritz, Andrew Nangle, Bill Monroe, Thomas Maley

Not Pictured: Mark Kujawa

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JV-A Boys Soccer

Schedule 2017

All Varsity Home Games Are Played at Alumni Stadium

JV-B Boys Soccer

Schedule 2017

All Varsity Home Games Are Played at Alumni Stadium

8/12 5:30pm Bellbrook HS

8/19 5:00pm Lakota West HS

8/22 5:30pm Miamisburg HS

8/26 2:00pm Butler HS

8/29 5:30pm Northmont HS

8/31 5:30pm Wayne HS

9/2 5:30pm Mason HS

9/5 5:30pm Lakota East HS

9/9 5:30pm Alter HS

9/12 5:30pm Lebanon HS

9/14 5:30pm Fairmont HS

9/19 5:30pm Springboro HS

9/23 3:00pm Warren Mott HS

10/3 5:30pm Springfield HS

10/7 9:00am St. Xavier HS

10/10 5:30pm Beavercreek HS

8/19 11:00am St. Xavier HS

8/23 6:00pm Walnut Hills HS

9/2 4:00pm Mason HS

9/5 6:00pm Northmont HS

9/7 5:30pm Sycamore HS

9/9 1:00pm Oak Hills HS

9/11 7:15pm Milford HS

9/16 11:00am Elder HS

9/18 5:30pm Beavercreek HS

9/23 11:00am Elder HS

9/26 7:15pm Northmont HS

9/30 5:30pm Walnut Hills HS

10/5 7:15pm Beavercreek HS

10/7 9:00am St. Xavier HS

10/12 5:30pm Springboro HS

Elk Crew

Declan McCaffrey, Logan Gottron, Peter Evans, Jacob Gottron, Nathan Smith, Nathaniel Rojas

Not Pictured: Garrett McQuillan, Landon Miller, Lee Miller, Brian Muller, Mason Dull, Luke Shrivers,

Jace Jones

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Centerville Elks Boys Soccer History

Stats and Records

Elks Soccer Stats & Records

Head Coaches

Jeff Monbeck (2014 -­‐ present)

Brad Loveless (2008-­‐2013)

Bryan Loveless (2005-­‐2007)

Brian Stevens (1987-­‐2004)

Gary Avedikian (1973-­‐1986)

Program Records

through 2016

1973 8-­‐-­‐2-­‐3 1981 20-­‐3-­‐1 1989 16-­‐4-­‐4 1997

1974 13-­‐5-­‐3 1982 20-­‐1-­‐1 1990 11-­‐6-­‐-­‐4 1998

1975 15-­‐3-­‐0 1983 14-­‐3-­‐1 1991 14-­‐5-­‐1 1999

1976 16-­‐2-­‐0 1984 20-­‐2-­‐3 1992 8-­‐7-­‐-­‐3 2000

1977 15-­‐4-­‐2 1985 24-­‐1-­‐0 1993 11-­‐-­‐7-­‐2 2001

1978 14-­‐3-­‐1 1986 17-­‐1-­‐4 1994 15-­‐6-­‐2 2002

1979 17-­‐1-­‐3 1987 14-­‐3-­‐5 1995 20-­‐2-­‐0 2003

1980 15-­‐2-­‐1 1988 16-­‐5-­‐1 1996 20-­‐1-­‐1 2004

18-­‐1-­‐1 2005 16-­‐3-­‐1 2013 12-­‐4-­‐-­‐3

14-­‐3-­‐5 2006 13-­‐3-­‐4 2014 9-­‐6-­‐-­‐3

19-­‐1-­‐2 2007 11-­‐2-­‐-­‐4 2015 13-­‐4-­‐3

11-­‐5-­‐-­‐1 2008 15-­‐2-­‐3 2016 10-­‐6-­‐-­‐4

16-­‐2-­‐4 2009 11-­‐-­‐1-­‐6

9-­‐1-­‐-­‐9 2010 20-­‐1-­‐2

13-­‐6-­‐2 2011 13-­‐4-­‐2

14-­‐3-­‐4 2012 14-­‐3-­‐1

Na4onally Ranked in USA Today: 1995, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2005

Highest Na4onal Ranking: #1 1996

Featured on ESPN Scholas4c Sprots America: 1996

Centerville Program Record vs. Other Schools

Alter 22-­‐12-­‐12 Grove City 1-­‐0-­‐0 Northmont

Anderson 12-­‐-­‐8-­‐0 Groves (MI) 2-­‐0-­‐0 North Olmsted

Beavercreek 40-­‐13-­‐11 Hamilton 2-­‐0-­‐0 North Royalton

Belmont 1-­‐0-­‐0 Hilliard 1-­‐0-­‐0 Oak Hills

Bexley 1-­‐0-­‐1 Hudson 2-­‐-­‐1-­‐0 Oakwood

Bishop WaJerson 1-­‐0-­‐0 Lakota 6-­‐2-­‐-­‐2 Olentangy Orange

Brecksville 0-­‐1-­‐0 Lakota East 3-­‐-­‐2-­‐2 Perrysburg

Carroll 21-­‐5-­‐2 Lakota West 6-­‐-­‐10-­‐8 Piqua

Chaminade-­‐Julienne 11-­‐0-­‐0 Lebanon 9-­‐1-­‐-­‐1 Princeton

Collinsville (IL) 0-­‐0-­‐1 Lemon-­‐Monroe 3-­‐0-­‐0 Reitz Memorial (IL)

Colonel White 2-­‐0-­‐0 LiJle Miami (Morrow) 1-­‐0-­‐0 Reynoldsburg

Columbus De Sales 5-­‐0-­‐0 Livonia (MI) 0-­‐1-­‐0 Roger Bacon

Dayton ChrisXan 5-­‐0-­‐4 Loveland 1-­‐0-­‐0 Ross

De La Salle (MI) 0-­‐1-­‐0 Mansfield ChrisXan 1-­‐0-­‐0 Sidney

Dublin Coffman 2-­‐0-­‐0 Mason 3-­‐7-­‐-­‐0 Springboro

Edgewood 1-­‐0-­‐0 Mentor 0-­‐1-­‐0 Springfield

Elder 2-­‐-­‐2-­‐1 Miamisburg 23-­‐0-­‐0 Springfield North

Fairborn 26-­‐0-­‐1 Miami Valley 4-­‐0-­‐0 St. Charles

Fairfield 12-­‐-­‐2-­‐1 Middletown 5-­‐0-­‐0 St. IgnaXus

Fairmont 35-­‐2-­‐5 Milford 0-­‐2-­‐0 St. Xavier

Fairmont East 14-­‐1-­‐2 Moeller 9/1/05 Stebbins

Fairmont West 15-­‐2-­‐1 Moon (PA) 2-­‐0-­‐0 SXvers PaJerson

Findley 1-­‐0-­‐1 Mount Lebanon (PA) 1-­‐1-­‐-­‐1 Stowe

Finneytown 7-­‐-­‐5-­‐1 North Central (IN) 1-­‐0-­‐0 Strongsville

Forest Park

5-­‐-­‐1-­‐0

Greenville

3-­‐0-­‐0

30-­‐7-­‐10 Sycamore 3-­‐0-­‐0

2-­‐-­‐2-­‐1 Talawanda 2-­‐1-­‐-­‐0

1-­‐0-­‐0 Tecumseh 1-­‐1-­‐-­‐0

2-­‐0-­‐1 Thomas Worthington 2-­‐3-­‐-­‐1

1-­‐0-­‐0 Toledo St. John's 2-­‐1-­‐-­‐1

1-­‐0-­‐0 Trotwood-­‐Madison 4-­‐-­‐0-­‐-­‐1

1-­‐0-­‐0 Troy 26-­‐1-­‐1

3-­‐0-­‐0 Turpin 5-­‐-­‐1-­‐4

2-­‐0-­‐0 Upper Arlington 10-­‐1-­‐-­‐4

2-­‐-­‐2-­‐1 Vandalia Butler 13-­‐2-­‐-­‐3

1-­‐0-­‐0 Wadsworth 2-­‐0-­‐0

2-­‐-­‐2-­‐1 Walsh Jesuit 0-­‐1-­‐0

1-­‐0-­‐0 Wayne 36-­‐5-­‐9

4-­‐0-­‐0 West Carrollton 16-­‐0-­‐0

5-­‐0-­‐1 Western Hills 1-­‐0-­‐0

9-­‐0-­‐0 Westerville North 11-­‐6-­‐-­‐0

28-­‐0-­‐1 Westerville South 3-­‐3-­‐-­‐1

1-­‐-­‐1-­‐-­‐0 West Tech (Cleveland) 0-­‐1-­‐0

3-­‐-­‐7-­‐0 Wilmington 1-­‐0-­‐0

16-­‐8-­‐2 Worthington 2-­‐0-­‐1

15-­‐1-­‐0 Xenia 37-­‐0-­‐3

1-­‐0-­‐0 Yellow Springs 2-­‐0-­‐1

2-­‐0-­‐0

2-­‐0-­‐0

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Most Shutouts in a Season:

Centerville Elks Boys Soccer Most Shutouts History

in a Career:

Stats and Records

Fastest Goal:

Most Assist in a Season:

Most Assist in a Career:

Most ConsecuTve Shutouts:

10 sec. Marty B

17 Corey S

38 Gregg H

20 Mark Fr

34 Mark Fr

10 Mark Fr

Individual Player Records

Most Goals in a Game: 6 Brian Kohen, Dave Kinderdine (1984)

Most Goals in a Season: 46 Brian Kohen (1982)

Most Goals in a Career:

90 Brian Kohen (1980-­‐1982)

Most Goals by a Defender: 18 Nate Darr (2001)

Most Hat Tricks in a Season: 8 Brian Kohen (1982)

Most Hat Tricks in a Career: 14 Brian Kohen (1980-­‐1982)

Fastest Goal: 10 sec. Marty Bucher/Greg Reinhard (1978)

Most Assist in a Season: 17 Corey Stevens (2001)

Most Assist in a Career: 38 Gregg Harlow (1986)

Most Shutouts in a Season:

20 Mark Fridenmaker

Most Shutouts in a Career:

34 Mark Fridenmaker

Most ConsecuTve Shutouts: 10 Mark Fridenmaker

Individual Awards

7 All Americans

Brian Kohen 1982

Todd Young 1985

Todd Cox 1988

Doug Swaney 1995

Bryan Peacock 1996

Chris Moler 1997

Kevin Nugent 2001

4 Ohio Player of the Year

Brian Kohen 1982

Doug Swaney 1995

Chris Moler 1997

Kevin Nugent 2001

Individual Awards

7 All Americans

Brian Kohen 1982

Todd Young 1985

Todd Cox 1988

Doug Swaney 1995

Bryan Peacock 1996

Chris Moler 1997

Kevin Nugent 2001

4 Ohio Player of the Year

Brian Kohen 1982

Doug Swaney 1995

Chris Moler 1997

Kevin Nugent 2001

27 All Regional Players

Marc Fooksman 1976

Andy Krahling 1977

27 All Regional Players

Marc Fooksman 1976

Andy Krahling 1977

Marty Bucher 1978

Noel Das 1979

Pat Kenney 1980

Brian Kohen 1981, 1982

Dave Kinderdine 1984

Todd Young 1985

Greg Harlow 1986

ScoY Rodgers 1987

Todd Cox 1988

Jeff Clark 1989

Brad Poppell 1990

Kevin Rudolph 1991

MaY Carlson 1992

Brian Seeley 1994

Doug Swaney 1995

Bryan Peacock 1996

Chris Moler 1997

Anthony Calvano 1999

Kevin Nugent 2000, 2001

Tyler Imbrogno 2003

Eric Ashworth 2004

DJ Todd 2005

Jake Stovall 2012

Jarrod Ferstl 2015

45 All State Players

105 All Dayton Players

202 All League Players

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Centerville Girls Soccer

Recapping the 2016 Season

The 2016 varsity squad finished the season 11-6-2

and repeated, for the third straight year, as GWOC

Conference Champions. The team fought hard as

a unit and battled through numerous injuries to

make it to the their third straight district finals.

Celebrating 40 Years of Elk Soccer

This year’s varsity squad will add eight new

players to the eleven returning ones who are eager

to play soccer well into November.

This year we are celebrating the 40th season of

Girls Soccer at CHS. All of the players recognize

the tradition of excellence that the program has

maintained during this span. Beginning with the

mantra TEAM FIRST, they have been working

hard to build upon last season’s success and to

maintain the strong sense of tradition.

The coaches have set high expectations for

excellence, both on and off the field, and they

will continually push the players to represent the

school and community proudly.

We look forward to the coming season, and we

are grateful for the support from the community.

The Girls Soccer Coaching Staff

Jim Gobrail

Lori Whitson

John-Mark Mocas

Hannah Sheils

Gregg Klein

Darren Smith

Halle Pyle

Michele Post

Back Row: Gregg Klein, Darren Smith, John-Mark Mocas, Jim Gobrail

Front Row: Michele Post, Hannah Sheils, Lori Whitson, Halle Pyle

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Varsity Girls Soccer

Back Row: Manager Elizabeth Matthews, Lori Whitson, Darren Smith, Michele Post, Gregg Klein,

Alexis Hutchison, Julie Trouten, Sidney Kemp, Allison Klimkowski, Emily Klein, Michelle Garrison, Audrey Smith,

Maggie Fintel, John-Mark Mocas, Hannah Sheils, Halle Pyle, Trainer Ashley Jewell, Jim Gobrail

Front Row: Allison Ormsby, Sydney White, Elizabeth Anderson, Emma Stanley, Ana Bair,

Michelle Huelsman, Emily Whitehead, Grace Nation, Olivia Ferrazza, Chloe Spitler, Jessica Pulaski

Girls Soccer Seniors

Elizabeth Anderson

Ana Bair

Olivia Ferrazza

Maggie Fintel

Michelle Garrison

Allison Klimkowski

Allison Ormsby

Jessica Pulaski

Julie Trouten

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Girls JV-A Soccer

Back Row: Coach Gregg Klein, Kara Allen, Nicole Gardner, Brandi Greenlee, Anna Juhas, Jill Feilen,

Jordyn Wetzel, Yazmin Soulati, Olivia Mace, Jessica Easterbrook, Madison Scott, Katelyn Golden,

Meredith Light, Coach John-Mark Mocas

Front Row: Kenzie Smith, Rachel Hasseltine, Jasmin Wang, Leah Firsdon, Braelen Devoe, Mia Moore,

Rachel Root, Cara Crompton, Manager Shelby Fox

Girls JV-B Soccer

Back Row: Coach Hannah Sheils, Carley Smith, Meighan Scarpino, Camila Gamero, Sammie Dominic,

Eden Beny, Annika Samborski, Nicole Carfora, Coach Darren Smith

Front Row: Ava Chiudioni, Cassandra Acebal, Tori Wolf, Megan Longer, Olivia Collins, Maddie Voss,

Alexa Eby, Alexa Mercado, Merritt Weltge, Megan Deaton

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Returning Lettermen

Back Row: Julie Trouten, Michelle Garrison,

Emily Klein, Allison Klimkowski, Maggie Fintel,

Sidney Kemp

Front Row: Alexis Hutchison, Jessica Pulaski,

Elizabeth Anderson, Olivia Ferrazza, Ana Bair

Goal Keepers

Yazmin Soulati, Michelle Huelsman,

Maddie Voss, Emily Klein, Jordyn Wetzel

Sidekicks

Back Row: Kinna Moore, Noelle Smith, Allison Colopy, Jami Spitler, Shelby Kemp, Megan Taylor, Sophie Nation,

Jessica Wiedemann, Molly Wiedemann, Izzy Laidly

Middle Row: Morgan Spitler, Hannah Muller, Maya Mercado, Kaitlyn Palomino, Cami Stoudt, Lauren Massie,

Kendall Samborsky, Anna Carlson, Alana Rauch

Front Row: Sophia Taylor, Oliva Rauch, Alana Miller, Emma Gramke, Rachel Wolf, Julie Beavers, Anna Hendernan

Not Pictured: Sydney Heckman, Abbey Loree, Morgan Massie

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2017 Varsity Girls Soccer Schedule

8/19 7:00pm @Anderson HS

8/23 7:15pm @Miamisburg HS

8/26 7:15pm Lakota East

8/28 7:15pm Troy

8/30 7:15pm Northmont

9/2 1:00pm Wayne

9/7 7:15pm @Sidney HS

9/9 4:15pm @Olentangy Liberty HS

9/13 7:15pm @Lebanon HS

9/16 5:00pm Fairmont

9/20 7:15pm Springboro

9/23 7:00pm @Mt. Notre Dame

10/2 7:15pm St. Ursula Academy

10/4 7:15pm @Springfield HS

10/9 7:15pm Alter

10/11 7:15pm @BeavercreekHS

2017 JV-A Girls Soccer Schedule 2017 JV-B Girls Soccer Schedule

8/19 5:00pm @Anderson HS

8/23 5:30pm @Miamisburg HS

8/26 5:30pm Lakota East

8/28 5:30pm Troy

8/30 5:30pm Northmont

9/2 11:00am Wayne

9/7 5:30pm @Sidney HS

9/9 4:00pm @Olentangy Liberty HS

9/13 5:30pm @Lebanon HS

9/16 3:00pm Fairmont

9/20 5:30pm Springboro

9/23 5:00pm @Mt. Notre Dame

10/2 5:30pm St. Ursula Academy

10/4 5:30pm @Springfield

10/9 5:30pm Alter

10/11 5:30pm Beavercreek

8/19 3:00pm @Anderson HS

8/23 5:30pm Tippecanoe

8/26 3:30pm Turpin

8/31 5:30pm Mason

9/2 9:00am Springboro

9/9 2:30pm @Olentangy HS

9/11 5:30pm Milford

9/18 7:15pm @Beavercreek HS

9/21 5:30pm @St. Ursula Academy

9/23 10:00am Troy

9/26 5:30pm Northmont

9/30 11:00am @Mason High School

10/5 5:30pm Beavercreek

10/12 7:00pm @Springboro HS

10/14 12:00pm Oak Hills

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Girls Soccer Composite Records

SCHOOL NAME W L T

ALTER 26 8 11

ANDERSON 6 4 2

BEAVERCREEK 25 9 7

SCHOOL BELLEFONTAINE NAME W1 L0 T 0 SCHOOL NAME

BELLBROOK ALTER 2612 8 0 111 MT. NOTRE DAME

ANDERSON CARLISLE 6 1 4 0 2 0 NORTHMONT

BEAVERCREEK CARROLL 2529 9 4 7 5 NORTH OLMSTEAD

BELLEFONTAINE CHAMINADE- 1 0 0 SCHOOL NAME

24 2 1 OAK HILLS

BELLBROOK JULIENNE 12 0 1 MT. NOTRE DAME

CINN. CARLISLE WALNUT HILLS 1 1 0 0 0 1 NORTHMONT

OAKWOOD

COLUMBUS CARROLL DeSALES 292 4 1 5 1 NORTH OLMSTEAD

PIQUA

DAYTON CHAMINADE- CHRISTIAN 1 0 0 PRINCETON

24 2 1 OAK HILLS

DUBLIN JULIENNE COFFMAN 0 3 0 SETON

CINN. DUBLIN WALNUT JEROME HILLS 1 0 0 1 1 0 OAKWOOD SHAWNEE

COLUMBUS FAIRBORN DeSALES 225 1 1 1 1 PIQUA SIDNEY

DAYTON FAIRFIELD CHRISTIAN 113 0 6 0 3 PRINCETON

SPRINGBORO

DUBLIN FAIRMONT COFFMAN 036 3 0 0 2 SPRINGFIELD

SETON

DUBLIN FINDLAY JEROME 0 3 1 0 0 0 SHAWNEE STEBBINS

FINNEYTOWN FAIRBORN 251 1 0 1 0 ST. SIDNEY URSULA

FAIRFIELD FRANKLIN 138 6 0 3 0 SPRINGBORO

SYCAMORE

FAIRMONT GLEN ESTE 361 0 2 2 0 SPRINGFIELD

TECUMSEH

FINDLAY GRAHAM 3 2 0 0 0 0 STEBBINS TIPP CITY

FINNEYTOWN GREENHILLS 1 2 0 0 0 0 ST. URSULA TROY

FRANKLIN GREENON 8 7 0 0 0 0 TRENTON SYCAMORE - EDGEWOOD

GLEN GREENVILLE ESTE 1 3 2 0 0 0 TECUMSEH TROTWOOD

GRAHAM HAMILTON 2 1 0 0 0 0 TIPP TURPIN CITY

HAMILTON GREENHILLS ROSS 2 2 0 0 0 0 UPPER TROY ARLINGTON

GREENON KINGS 7 2 0 0 0 0 TRENTON URSULINE - EDGEWOOD

GREENVILLE LAKOTA 3 0 0 TROTWOOD

6 6 0 VALLEY VIEW

EAST/LAKOTA HAMILTON WEST 1 0 0 TURPIN

HAMILTON LEBANON ROSS 2 7 0 1 0 1 UPPER VANDALIA ARLINGTON BUTLER

LITTLE KINGS MIAMI 2 1 0 0 0 0 URSULINE WAYNE

LAKOTA MADEIRA 1 0 0 WESTERVILLE NORTH

6 6 0 VALLEY VIEW

EAST/LAKOTA MASONWEST

3 1 0 WESTERVILLE SOUTH

LEBANON McAULEY 7 3 1 4 1 0 VANDALIA WEST CARROLLTON BUTLER

MOTHER LITTLE MIAMI OF MERCY 1 3 0 0 0 0 WILMINGTON

WAYNE

MIAMISBURG MADEIRA 118 0 1 0 0 WESTERVILLE WORTHINGTON NORTH

MIAMI MASON VALLEY 3 1 0 WESTERVILLE SOUTH

1 0 0 XENIA

McAULEY SCHOOL 3 4 0 WEST CARROLLTON

MOTHER MIDDLETOWN OF MERCY 3 6 0 1 0 0

WILMINGTON

MIAMISBURG MIDDLETOWN 18 1 0 WORTHINGTON

2 0 0 TOTAL 1983-2016

MIAMI FENWICK VALLEY

1 0 0 XENIA

SCHOOL MILFORD 2 1 1

MIDDLETOWN MILTON UNION 6 4 1 0 0 0 W = Wins L = Losses

MIDDLETOWN

FENWICK

2 0 0 TOTAL 1983-2016

MILFORD 2 1 1

MILTON UNION 4 0 0 W = Wins L = Losses

MONROE 1 0 0

W L T

1 2 0

31 7 5

1 0 1

1 0 1

7 0 0

4 0 0

1 0 0

6 0 1

2 0 0

6 0 0

7 2 1

31 0 0

7 0 0

8 5 3

3 1 0

2 0 0

3 0 0

30 1 2

1 0 0

4 0 0

0 3 1

1 0 0

6 2 2

1 0 0

11 0 0

28 4 4

0 4 0

0 1 0

2 3 1

1 0 0

8 3 1

25 7 3

531 101 63

T = Ties

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CHS Women's Soccer

Girls All-Time Records

Records

@CHSElkSoccer

www.chsladyelkssoccer.com

1977-2016

Year Record Coach

1977 6-5-2 Rick Powers GWOC Champions 2001, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2014, 2015, 2016

1978 13-2-0 Maggie Brandon

1979 18-0-0 Maggie Brandon WOL Champions 1983-1998, 2000

1980 12-4-0 Maggie Brandon

1981 11-3-2 Maggie Brandon District Champions 1983, 1986-1988, 1990-1998, 2002,

1982 13-2-1 Maggie Brandon 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011,

1983 18-1-3 Don Skelton 2012, 2014, 2015

1984 18-2-1 Don Skelton

1985 17-2-3 Don Skelton State Quarter-Finalist 1988-1992, 1994, 1997-1998, 2005,

1986 22-1-1 Don Skelton 2008, 2009, 2011, 2014, 2015

1987 18-4-2 Don Skelton

1988 21-1-1 Don Skelton Regional Champions / 1983, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1992,

1989 19-1-2 Don Skelton State-Semi Finalist 1994, 1997, 2009, 2011

1990 22-2-1 Don Skelton

1991 13-6-1 Don Skelton State Finalist 1983, 1986, 1990, 1992, 1994

1992 16-5-2 Don Skelton

1993 14-4-3 Don Skelton

1994 21-1-2 Don Skelton

1995 16-2-1 Don Skelton

1996 19-1-0 Don Skelton

1997 17-2-3 Don Skelton

1998 19-1-1 Don Skelton

1999 13-4-2 Don Skelton

2000 11-1-5 Don Skelton

2001 12-6-1 Don Skelton

2002 13-8-0 Don Skelton

2003 11-7-2 Don Skelton

2004 12-5-2 Don Skelton

2005 17-3-2 Don Skelton

2006 11-7-1 Don Skelton

2007 14-2-5 Don Skelton

2008 20-1-1 Don Skelton

2009 20-2-1 Don Skelton

2010 17-2-2 Don Skelton

2011 18-2-2 Don Skelton

2012 17-3-0 Don Skelton

2013 13-3-3 Don Skelton

2014 18-1-0 Jim Gobrail

2015 12-4-4 Jim Gobrail

2016 11-6-2 Jim Gobrail

623-119-67

CHS Women’s Soccer - All-State Players

1984 Anne Sherow

1984-86 Emily Coatney

1987 Megan McCool

1988 Diane Coleman

1989 Cara Eichenlaub

1990-91 Holly Young

1992 Becki Opalek

1993 Amanda Holberg

1994 Stacy Sparks

1995 Wesleigh Oxley

1996 Missy Gregg

1996-96 Emily Schaffer

1998 Lizzy Moore

1999-2000 Heather Miller

2000-01 Emily Kowalczyk

2002-04 Nicola Holdsworth

2003 Heather Burchett

2005 Ashley Vaughan

2007 Abby Glover

2008 Tara Tokar

2009 Taylor Dearbaugh

2010 Halle Pyle

2011 Halle Pyle & Niki Hopkins

2012 Niki Hopkins

2013 Katie Scarpino

2014 Maria Gardner

2015 Alyssa Walker

2016 Allie Klimkowski

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CHS Girls Soccer Awards

CHS Women’s Soccer:

Leading Assists since 2000

CHS Women’s Soccer:

Leading Scorers Since 2000

2000 7 Heather Miller

2001 14 Jen Hansen

2002 9 Jen Hansen

2003 10 Katie Lane

2004 14 Rachel Lovely

2005 11 Courtenay Parsons

2006 9 Trisha Stevens

2007 16 Erin Petree

2008 13 Hannah Sheils

2009 14 Claire Falknor

2010 18 Jackie Etson

2011 13 Jackie Etson

Katie Scarpino

2012 16 Jackie Etson

2013 15 Amy Simpson

2014 10 Grace Geise

2015 10 Maddie Longer

2016 7 Taran McMillan

2000 17 Heather Miller

2001 19 Jen Hansen

2002 16 Emily Lundgard

2003 12 Laura Kavanaugh

2004 18 Nicola Holdsworth

2005 16 Ashley Vaughan

2006 12 Trisha Stevens

2007 9 Amy Henry

Allison Ludwig

2008 13 Allison Ludwig

2009 18 Allison Ludwg

2010 11 Michelle Hodapp

Amy Simpson

2011 13 Amy Simpson

2012 13 Jackie Etson

2013 13 Alyssa Walker

2014 17 Alyssa Walker

2015 13 Alyssa Walker

Grace Geise

2016 10 Taran McMillan

Alumni Currently Playing College Soccer

Korinna Lakes – Ashland University

Alyssa Walker – University of Richmond

Grace Geise – Indiana University

Taran McMillan – University of Evansville

Kasey Perry – Old Dominion University

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Centerville Boys Golf

Varsity Gold

Matt Yux

Head Coach

Varsity Head Coach Matt Yux, Will Owen, Jack Edwards, Nicholas Clark, Dhaivat Pandya, AJ Cherubini, Eric Cherubini

Not Pictured: Assistant Coach Adam Hess

Seniors

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Jack Edwards Dhaivat Pandya Nick Gardner


Varsity Black

Matt Lay

Varsity Assistant Coach

Back Row: Coach Matt Lay, Joey Larson, Jared Lieberman,

Drew Smith, Nick Gardner

Front Row: Ryan Marchal, Grant Geisel, Jerrick Liu, Hyunil Kim

Returning Lettermen

Back Row: Jared Lieberman, Joey Larson, Nicholas Clark, Dhaivat Pandya, Jack Edwards

Front Row: Grant Geisel, Ryan Marchal, Hyunil Kim, AJ Cherubini

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Boys Junior Varsity Golf

Back Row: Coach Casey Lawrence, Chris Haley, Zach Hinkle, Mitch Eads, Dane Harker

Front Row: Dawson Dunaway, Colin Stava, Jai Mosali, Seth Steffano, Hudson Roebken

2017 Boys Golf JV Schedule

8/7 8:30am St. X Invite

8/8 12:00pm Fairmont High School

8/10 4:00pm Oakwood High School

8/11 9:30am Mt. Vernon Invite

8/15 9:00am St. Charles Invite

8/19 1:00pm Hamilton Invitational

8/21 4:00pm Springboro High School

8/23 4:00pm Miamisburg HS

8/29 4:20pm Beavercreek High School

8/30 4:00pm Miamisburg High School

8/31 4:00pm Alter High School

9/2 11:30am Moeller Classic

9/7 4:30pm Beavercreek High School

9/12 4:00pm Alter High School

9/14 4:00pm Fairmont High School

9/21 4:00pm Springboro High School

9/25 8:00am JV Invite

9/28 4:00pm Oakwood High School

9/30 1:00pm Coffman JV Invite

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2017 Boys Golf Varsity Gold Schedule

8/7 8:30am GWOC Pre-Season Tourney

8/8 2:30pm Oakwood Invite

8/10 8:30am New Albany Invite

8/11 7:00am Lakota East High School

8/14 12:00pm Troy Invite

8/15 8:30pm Dublin Jerome Invite

8/19 12:00pm Moeller Invite

8/21 1:00pm LaSalle Invitational

8/28 8:00am Elk Invitational

8/31 4:00pm Fairmont High School

9/5 8:00am Fairmont Invite

9/10 12:00pm Kiely Cup Tournament

9/11 8:00am Kiely Cup Tournament

9/16 12:45pm Findlay Invite

9/18 9:00am Beavercreek Invite

9/23 9:30am Bishop Watterson Invite

9/28 8:30am GWOC Post-Season Tourney

9/30 12:30pm Dublin Jerome Invite

10/2 9:00am OHSAA D1 Boys Sectional

10/12 9:00am OHSAA DI District Championship

10/20 9:00am OHSAA DI State Tournament

10/21 9:00am OHSAA DI State Tournament

2017 Boys Golf Varsity Black Schedule

8/8 8:00am Anderson Invite

8/9 7:00am Elder High School

8/11 4:00pm Lakota East High School

8/14 9:00am New Richmond Invite

8/21 4:00pm Troy High School

8/23 4:00pm Tri-Meet

8/28 8:00am Elk Invitational

8/29 4:00pm Wyoming High School

8/31 4:00pm Northmont High School

9/6 4:00pm Tri-Meet

9/9 1:30pm St. Charles Invite

9/11 8:00am Alter Invite

9/13 4:00pm Lakota East High School

9/16 11:00am Springboro Invite

9/19 4:00pm Bellbrook High School

9/20 8:00am West Carrollton Invite

9/24 TBA Chase Hecht Memorial

9/27 4:00pm Alter High School

9/30 8:00am Butler Invite

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Boys Golf History

Team Records:

Most Wins by team (Dual Matches) 1977 24 Wins and 2 Losses

Best Record by team in Dual Matches 1988 13 Wins and No Losses

Best Record by squad in Tournaments 2002 206 Wins and 7 Losses (Gold)

Lowest Team Average 2002 150.69

Lowest 9 Hole Team Score 2012 139-Yankee-Heritage

Lowest 18 Hole Team Score 2002 278 (2 Under Par) NCR North – Fairmont Inv.

2002 284 (4 Under Par) Beechwood – GWOC Shootout

Lowest 9 Hole Team Score at Sycamore 1977 151

Lowest 9 Hole Team Score at Yankee Trace 2012 139 (Elder, Lakota West, Black)

Lowest 18 Hole Team Score at Yankee Trace 2012 288 (Elk Invite)

Lowest Sectional (District) Score 2007 298 at Beavercreek

2016 300 at Yankee Trace

Lowest District (Regional) Score 2002 295 at Woodside/Highlands

2011 295 at Woodside/Highlands

2016 303 at Beavercreek

Lowest State Score (36 Holes) 2002 625 at Ohio State Scarlet

Lowest GWOC/WOL Shootout Score 2002 284 at Beechwood

Lowest GWOC/WOL Tournament Score 2011 294 at Beechwood

Best Finish in Dick Hadley Invitational 2005 1st of 39-293 Woodside/Meadows

Individual Records:

Lowest Individual Average-9 Holes 2002 Geoff Stevens-36.97

2016 Dhaivat Pandya-36.629

Lowest Individual Score 9 Holes 2000 Kyle Baker-32-Miami Shores

2014 Adam Armstrong-32-Yankee Trace Heritage

Lowest Individual Score 18 Holes 2002 Geoff Stevens-65-NCR North

Lowest Individual Sect. (District) Score 2007 Parker Mays-68-Beavercreek GC

2016 Cooper Jones-72-Yankee Trace

Lowest Ind. Dist. (Regional) Score 2002 Geoff Stevens-68-Weatherwax(W/H)

2016 AJ Cherubini-70-Beavercreek GC

Lowest Ind. State Score (36 Holes) 2002 Geoff Stevens-151-Scarlet

Lowest GWOC/WOL Individual Score 2002 Geoff Stevens-70-Beechwood

Team Scores from State Tournament Appearances:

Year Day 1 / Day 2 Total Place

1981 346/352 698 9th

1984 332/338 670 6th

1988 339/341 680 5th

1990 369/357 726 12th

1997 337/359 696 12th

1999 336/346 682 9th

2001 327/314 641 3rd

2002 315/310 625 2nd

Year Day 1 / Day 2 Total Place

2006 322/324 646 3rd

2009 330 330 7th

2010 340/328 668 11th

2011 317/309 626 2nd

2012 311/320 636 2nd

2015 320/328 648 5th

2016 321 321 8th

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League Champions:

(WOL) 1970, 1971, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 2000

(GWOC) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016

(GWOC Central Division Champs) 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015

(GWOC East Division Champs) 2016

Sectional Champions: 1976, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 2000, 2002, 2003,

2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012

District Champions: 1984, 2002, 2006, 2011, 2016

State Qualifiers:

1981 (9th), 1984 (6th), 1988 (5th), 1990 (12th), 1997 (12th), 1999 (9th),

2001 (3rd), 2002 (2nd), 2006 (3rd), 2009 (7th), 2010 (11th), 2011 (2nd),

2012 (2nd), 2015 (5th), 2016 (8th),

Past Coaches

Matt Yux

• Head Coach 2016 - Present

• Assistant Coach 2014-2015

Jason Brandeberry

• Head Coach 2008-2015

• Assistant Coach 2005-2007

Rolland Young

• Head Coach 1992-2007

• Assistant Coach 1986-1991

Dick Hall

• Head Coach 1981-1991

Jeff Mayer

• Head Coach 1977-1980

• JV Coach 1973-1976

Dennis Wick

• Head Coach 1973-1976

Don Wick

• Head Coach 1966-1972

Jay Franz

• Head Coach Retired 1966

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2016 Girls Golf Season in Review

Centerville Girls Golf

The Lady Elks Golf Team won the GWOC National East Division and the GWOC Conference title for

the eleventh consecutive year. The Elks placed first in the Dayton Sectional, setting a school record

(296), to qualify for their 24th consecutive trip to the Southwest District Tournament. They went on

to place first at Districts/Regionals for the second year in a row to qualify for the State Tournament.

After a rainout on the first day, the Lady Elks went on to place 9th at the OHSAA Ohio State

Tournament in Columbus.

The team went 10-0 in head-to-head competitions and 113-12 in tournament play. The Lady Elks

set CHS records for Low Tournament Round and Low 9-hole Match Score. The girls won seven

school tournaments, placed second twice, third once, and 9th at State.

Individually, Centerville varsity players received several awards in the 2016 season. Four players

made First Team GWOC National League: Senior Amanda Hayes; Junior Megan Munn; Sophomores

Kayla Ramsey and Marissa Wenzler. Junior Molly Jasina made Second Team and Senior Lan-Anh

Doan was Special Mention. Hayes, Ramsey, and Wenzler were also named to the First Team GWOC

All-Conference. Hayes (1st Team), Wenzler (1st Team), Ramsey (1st team), and Munn (2nd team)

were named to the All-SW District Team. Amanda Hayes was named GWOC Conference Player of

the Year.

Looking forward to the 2017 Season

The Elks lost two seniors, Amanda Hayes and Lan-Anh Doan, from last years’ season. Amanda will

continue her golfing career at Ohio University in the fall.

The Lady Elks continue to play their home matches at Yankee Trace and again will host the annual

Lady Elk Invitational in August, which draws some of the top teams in Ohio. The Lady Elks bring

back four varsity starters from last season. There will be several players battling to fill out the varsity

roster and we hope to be highly competitive in the GWOC, SW District, and at State .

Coach Mike Dalton Coach JJ Ramsey Coach Phillip Kirby Coach Chad Raisch

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Girls Varsity Gold Golf Team

Meha Pandya, Megan Munn, Marissa Wenzler, Molly Jasina, Kayla Ramsey, Grace Rudolph, Coach Dalton

2017 Girls Golf Varsity Gold Schedule

8/4 @ Panther Invitational Turnberry GC 1:30pm

8/7 @ GWOC PRE Beechwood 1:30pm

8/8 @ Sycamore Inv Waldon Pond 8:00am

8/11 Match vs Sycamore (18 holes) Beavercreek GC 3:00pm

8/14 @ Fairborn Inv Twin Base 8:00am

8/17 @ Ursuline O’Bannon Creek CC 4:00pm

8/21 Lady Elks Invitational Yankee Trace 7:30am

8/24 Match vs Lakota East Yankee Trace (H) 3:45pm

8/26 @ Bear/Lion Fall Open Cook’s Creek 2:00pm

8/29 Match vs Fairmont Yankee Trace 3:30pm

9/12 Oakwood 9 Hole Inv Dayton CC 3:30pm

9/14 Match vs Oakwood/Springboro Yankee Trace (V) 4:48pm

9/16 @ Arrowhead Inv (Toledo) Highland Meadows 1:00pm

9/18 @ Celtic Invitational TBA TBA

9/19 GCGA High School Inv TPC River Bend 8:30am

9/23 @ Angela Merci Inv Makatewah CC 2:00pm

9/27 @ GWOC POST Beechwood 8:30am

9/30 TBA (18 holes) Beavercreek GC TBA

10/3 OHSAA Sectionals Yankee Trace 9:00am

10/10 OHSAA Districts/Regionals Beavercreek GC 9:00am

10/20 OHSAA State Day 1 OSU Gray TBA

10/21 OHSAA State Day 2 OSU Gray TBA

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Girls Varsity Black Golf Team

Coach Ramsey, Carley Jones, Maddie Round, Rachel Krause, Natalie Hoffman,

Catherine Tollefson, Rachel Nissen

2017 Girls Varsity Black Golf Schedule

8/4 @ Pickerington N. Inv Turnberry 8:00am

8/8 @ Miamisburg Inv Pipestone GC 1:00pm

8/11 @Rocket Shootout Cedar Trace GC 8:00am

8/14 @ Fairborn Inv Twin Base GC 8:00am

8/17 Match @ Ursuline B O’Bannon Creek 4:00pm

8/21 Lady Elk Inv Yankee Trace 7:30am

8/23 Match @ Alter Community GC 4:00pm

8/24 Match @ Mason B Greencrest GC 3:45pm

8/30 Match vs Springboro B Yankee Trace 3:30pm

9/2 @Thunderhawk Inv (Lima) Lost Creek CC 9:00am

9/7 Match @ CJ CC of the North 4:20pm

9/11 Match vs Alter Yankee Trace 4:00pm

9/21 Match vs Ursuline B Yankee Trace 3:45pm

9/26 Match @ Oakwood Dayton CC 4:00pm

TBA Match vs Lakota West B

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Girls JV Golf Team

Kate Dickerson, Maggie Whited, Madison Dickens, Courtney Meyer, Ashton Suter, Grace Brown

2017 Girls JV Golf Schedule

8/8 Match @ Butler Cassel Hills 2:30pm

8/10 Match vs Lakota East Yankee Trace (V) 3:45pm

8/23 Match @ Beavercreek Beavercreek GC 4:00pm

8/28 Match @ Ursuline O’Bannon Creek 4:00pm

8/30 Match @ Fairmont Rollandia GC 4:00pm

9/5 Match @ Fairmont Rollandia GC 4:00pm

9/6 Match vs Lakota West Yankee Trace (H) 4:48pm

9/11 Match vs Mason Yankee Trace TBA

9/13 Match vs Springboro Heatherwoode 4:00pm

9/19 Match vs Ursuline Yankee Trace (L) 5:10pm

9/27 Match vs Beavercreek Yankee Trace (H) 4:24pm

10/1 Sycamore JV Invitational TBA TBA

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Girls Golf Returning Lettermen and Seniors

Marissa Wenzler

Junior / Returning Letterman

Kayla Ramsey

Junior / Returning Letterman

Molly Jasina

Senior / Returning Letterman

Megan Munn

Senior / Returning Letterman

Grace Rudolph

Senior / Returning Letterman

Natalie Hoffmann

Senior

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Centerville Girls Golf Records

GWOC Division Champs

2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014,

2015, 2016

Individual Records

Lowest 9 Holes (Individual)

31 Nina Kulkarni 2013; Esha Kulkarni 2014

GWOC Conference Champs

2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014,

2015, 2016

Sectional Champs

1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2013,

2014, 2015, 2016

District/Region Champs (23 appearances)

1992, 1993, 1995, 1996, 2015, 2016

State Appearances

1993 (2 nd ), 1995 (1 st ), 1996 (10 th ),

1998 (3 rd ), 1999 (5 th ), 2000 (9 th )

2001 (7 th ), 2004 (8 th ), 2005 (3 rd )

2012 (10 th ), 2015 (tied 2 nd ), 2016 (9 th )

State Runner-­‐Up

1993

State Championship

1995

Team Records

Lowest 9 Holes (Team)

144 vs Northmont (Yankee) 2015

vs Springboro (Heatherwoode) 2016

Lowest 18 Holes (Team)

296 @ Dayton Sectionals 2016

Lowest 9 Hole Averages (Team)

154.2 (2016 Team)

Lowest 18 Hole Averages (Team)

316.9 (2015 Team)

Lowest 18 Holes (Individual)

70 Esha Kulkarni 2015

Marissa Wenzler 2016

Lowest 9 Hole Averages (Individual)

36.0 Esha Kulkarni 2015

Lowest 18 Hole Averages (Individual)

75.6 Marissa Wenzler 2016

State Appearances (as an Individual)

Allison Couch 1997

Elizabeth Meyer 2002

Molly Ginger 2006

Alee Everman 2008

Nina Kulkarni 2013

State Individual Results (top 30)

Kristen Farrell (4 th ) 1993

Shannon Sharpe (t9 th ) 1995

Catie Lintner (t9 th ) 1995

Allison Couch (9 th ) 1998

Allison Couch (14 th ) 1999

Cara Huff (25 th ) 1999

Elizabeth Meyer (7 th ) 2001

Elizabeth Meyer(12 th ) 2002

Jordan Peters (23 rd ) 2005

Molly Ginger (24 th ) 2005

Colleen Lienesch (25 th ) 2005

Molly Ginger (18 th ) 2006

Nina Kulkarni (25 th ) 2012

Nina Kulkarni (25 th ) 2013

Marissa Wenzler (13 th ) 2015

Esha Kulkarni (22 nd ) 2015

Madi Wolters (26 th ) 2015

Amanda Hayes (30 th ) 2015

Kayla Ramsey (12 th ) 2016

Marissa Wenzler (t14th) 2016

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Centerville Boys Cross Country

2016 Cross Country Season in Review

The Boys Cross Country team had a great 2016 season. The team opened their season at the

OHSAA Pre State Invitational where they gained valuable race experience earning third place. The

team earned several third place finishes throughout the season, but their 5th place finish (out of 39

teams) at the prestigious Spartan Invitational marked a turning point. Two weeks later the team won

the Paul Short Invitational at Lehigh University in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

With a strong core of returning lettermen, the team went on to win the Divisional GWOC title and

the District Championship. The team’s return to the Regional Championships marked the program’s

28th consecutive appearance where they finished in 3rd place out of 20 teams, qualifying to the Ohio

State Meet. The team went on to finish 11th at the State Championships.

Looking Ahead to 2017

This 2017 Cross Country season marks the 53rd edition of our Boys XC program. This year’s team will be

led by captains Matt Hall, Matt Nerlinger, and Jack Welsh.

The 2017 team returns all members from last year’s State Qualifying team: Ben Burkett, Adrian Bostwick,

Andrew Craig, Jeremy Davidson, Connor Downs, Matt Nerlinger, and Jack Welsh.

Issaac Einstein, Kyle Bucklew, Andrew Cameron, Austin Kick, Lucas Eggert, and Matt Dickson will be

adding strength, experience, and even further depth to the already strong ranks as the team sets their

sights on another trip to the State Meet. The team will be traveling out of state to the competitive Trinity

Invitational held at Tom Sawyer Park in Louisville, KY and to the Paul Short Invitational hosted by Lehigh

University.

The Centerville Boys & Girls Cross Country Teams are hosting the Saturday Night Lights Invitational on

September 23th and the GWOC Championship on October 14th at Centerville High School. Please come

out and show your support!

2016 Team Highlights

Paul Short Invitational Champions

GWOC District Champions

District Champions

State Championships (11th place)

2016 Individual Honors

Third Team All-Region

Jack Welsh

First Team All-District

Jack Welsh

Second Team All-District

Adrian Bostwick

Ben Burkett

Matt Nerlinger

All Conference-GWOC

Matt Nerlinger

Jack Welsh

American League First Team-GWOC

Adrian Bostwick

Ben Burkett

Matt Nerlinger

Jack Welsh

American League First Team-GWOC

Jeremy Davidson

Connor Downs

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2017 Boys Cross Country Team

Back Row: Coaches Matt Somerlot, Kevin Walsh, Jerry Apt

Row Five: Eric Orf, Reid Ammer, Vincent Friesinger, Justin Davidson, Jacob Morris, Justin Waller,

Russell Emmert, Dominick Olinger, Issac Shackleford, Jackson Trosper, Gabe Duncan, Dersu Goorsky,

Ethan Zeiser, Caden Burkle, Michael Carraher

Row Four: Andrew Cameron, Dominic Smith, Rhys Schantz, Joseph McGuffey, Robert Cwiekalo,

Dylan Flaute, Camden Kime, Isaac Einstein, William Zhang, Quinn Bennett, Kerry Beavers, Reilly Combs,

Kyle Bucklew, Aidan Downs

Row Three: Trey Ramsey, Logan Matson, Luke Vondrell, Tyler Inbody, Michael DiMisa, Austin Long,

Sebastian Meinking, Adrian Bostwick, Taylor Paule, Jeremy Davidson, Ryan Flanagan, Peter Hall,

Thomas Wisniewski

Row Two: Austin Kick, Nathan McGuffey, Douglas Moenter, Adam Vanbeysterveldt, William Bennett,

Andrew Craig, Tyler Rahe, Lucas Eggert, Kyle Westhaus, Matt Dickson, Ben Burkett, Connor Downs

Front Row: Matthew Nerlinger, Jack Welsh, Matthew Hall

Not Pictured: Coach Steve Hippenmeyer

Boys Cross Country

Captains

Matthew Nerlinger, Jack Welsh, Matthew Hall

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Boys Cross Country Returning Lettermen

Back Row: Connor Downs, Ben Burkett, Andrew Craig, William Bennett, Jack Welsh, Kyle Westhaus

Front Row: Matthew Nerlinger, Adrian Bostwick, Isaac Einstein, Kerry Beavers, Jeremy Davidson,

Kyle Bucklew

Boys Cross Country Seniors

Back Row: William Bennett, Andrew Craig, Lucas Eggert, Jack Welsh, Kyle Westhaus,

Douglas Moenter

Front Row: Nathan McGuffey, Matthew Nerlinger, Tyler Rahe, Adam Vanbeysterveldt, Matthew Hall,

Matt Dickson, Austin Kick

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2017 Boys Cross Country Schedule

Saturday August 19 OHSAA Pre State Hebron, OH Top 20

Saturday August 26 Finishtiming Invitational Wilmington College All

Saturday September 2 Hot Summer Bash Hilliard Bradley All

Saturday September 9 Mason Mason High School All

Saturday, September 16 Trinity Invitational Tom Sawyer Park

Louisville, KY

All*

Saturday September 23 Saturday Night Lights Invitational CHS All

Friday September 29 Paul Short Invitational Bethlehem, PA Varsity

Saturday September 30 Kettering Fairmont Indian Riffle Park JV

Saturday, October 7 HOKA Postal Challenge CHS All

Saturday, October 14 GWOC Meet CHS All

Saturday, October 21 District Meet Cedarville University Varsity

Saturday, October 28 Regional Meet Troy High School Varsity

Saturday, November 4 State Meet Hebron, OH Varsity

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Centerville Girls Cross Country

The harriers of CGXC wrapped up their 2016

campaign in dramatic fashion following a strong

season of top finishes in large races in Michigan,

Ohio, and Pennsylvania. During the championship

portion of the season, the team was able to capture

a divisional GWOC Championship, a Regional

Championship, and the team’s third consecutive

State Championship. The State Championship

team included Grace Kilroy, Savannah Lowe,

Rachel Whitehead, Kerri Walsh, Kelli Walsh, Dalia

Einstein, and Sophie Hippenmeyer. Grace Kilroy

was awarded All-Ohio recognition for her 19th place

finish (18:29). Additionally, six of these athletes

were eligible (freshman are not eligible) for the Ohio

Association of Track and Cross Country Coaches’

Academic All-Ohio award. These athletes must

have a 3.5 GPA or higher and compete at the State

Championships. All six athletes obtained this

recognition and hold a 3.95 GPA or higher! We are

so proud of these athletes’ hard work and dedication

both on and off the course.

Looking Forward to the 2017 Season

The outlook for the team in 2017 looks bright as

all seven of last year’s State Championship Team

return. In addition to the Top 7, the team is led by

six outstanding senior captains: Megan Clements,

Emily Horwath, Megan Kafka, Megan Knauer,

Maddie Shooter, and Kelli Walsh. These leaders

have led a consistent group of athletes through

their summer training and are anxiously awaiting

the opportunity to begin racing near the end of

August. The captains successfully chose a theme to

accompany and guide their season.

BE THE CHANGE will be a driving force for the team

throughout the fall as they embrace the three Core

Values of CGXC: PASSION, UNITY, and COURAGE.

The team, seventy-one athletes strong, will work this

season to strive to be a strong example of Elk Pride

while representing our outstanding high school and

supportive community.

We encourage everyone to support us by following

us on Twitter @CHSGirlsXC, through our website at

www.centervillegirlsxc.com, and by attending the

meets on our schedule.

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Craig Reinhart, Keith Mueller, David Dobson, Brian Bucher, Jim Gross

Head Coach – David Dobson

Coach Dobson is in his eighteenth year as head coach of the girls cross country team. He was a four-year varsity

runner at Tiffin Columbian High School and ran three years at Anderson University. He currently works a parttime

teaching position at PVN and PVS and stays home with his five children: Addison (13), Owen (11), Jackson

(10), Eden (9) and Chasity (9) as well as three foster children under 3. His wife, Amy, is the Director of Elementary

Education in Miamisburg. His teams have won 11 District Championships, 11 League Championships, 2

Regional Championships, 3 State Championships, 1 Nike Midwest Regional Championship, and 1 Nike Cross

Nationals appearance. The team has appeared at the State Meet in ’01, ’03, ’05, ’07, ’11, ’12, ’13, ’14, ’15, and

’16. In 2012, the team finished as State Runner-Up, finished 4th in 2013, and took home the team championship

in 2014, 2015, and 2016. Coach Dobson also serves as an assistant distance coach for the track team.

Assistant Coach – Craig Reinhart

Coach Reinhart is entering his sixth season with the

team. He ran high school cross country at Hopewell-

Loudon High School and continued his running career at

Wilmington College. He had served as an assistant for the

Bellbrook High School cross country and track programs

for several years. Craig teaches science at Bellbrook High

School.

Assistant Coach – Keith Mueller

Coach Mueller will be helping the team for his third year in

2017. He graduated in 2015 from Miami University. Keith

grew up and attended Oakwood High School where he

participated in cross country and distance track under

Coach Dobson. He graduated from Miami University

with a degree in Kinesiology. Keith is also on the training

staff at Dayton Strength and Conditioning in Beavercreek,

where he works with athletes and individuals of all ages for

a variety of goals.

Assistant Coach – Jim Gross

Coach Gross will be joining the team for the first time

this fall after completing a year with the middle school

program in 2016. He has been a local road racer in

Dayton for years and has provided coaching and expertise

to runners for over 40 years. Coach Gross is a member

of the Dayton Long Distance Running Hall of Fame.

Professionally, Jim served as Montgomery County Health

Commissioner for seven years, leading several healthylifestyle

initiatives. He currently owns a small consulting

business and volunteers on several community boards.

Assistant Coach – Brian Bucher

Coach Bucher will be joining the staff in 2017 for the first

time. He and Coach Dobson coached Middle School

cross country together in the early 2000’s and Coach

Bucher stepped away from coaching a few years later.

He is an avid runner and was a member of the Centerville

boys cross country and track and field teams during

his high school years. He currently teaches science

at Centerville High School. He and his wife Jen live in

Centerville along with their four children.

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Centerville Girls Cross Country Team

Coaches: Jim Gross, Brian Bucher, David Dobson, Keith Mueller, Craig Reinhart

Row 5: Muriel Van Schagen, Leah Vanbeysterveldt, Claire Maxwell, Maddie Little, Ali Cummins,

Emma Bucher, Nikki Jindal, Audra Lynch, Aurelia Wilkins, Breanna Caron, Jenna Johnson,

Sarah Salzman, Paige Benson, Michelle Mora, Laila Elhamri, Priya Verma, Tara Shipman,

Samantha Brandt

Row 4: Alex Jackson, Emma O’Brien, Layla Emmert, Hannah Mangen, Katie Jauch, Emily Coderre,

Molly Rose, Hannah Holtz, Kira Markowski, Anna Loar, Dalia Einstein, Alaina Croskey, Kerri Walsh,

Sydney Khosla, Margot Rintoul

Row 3: Kalie Adrian, Aisha Naik, Caitlyn Cunningham, Amy DiIullo, Kristen Orton, Veronika Peterson,

Amanda Liptak, Katy Caufield, Emmaline Raines, Hannah Rimstidt, Madison Earnest, Alaina Berger,

Lori Rakes, Rachel Whitehead

Row 2: Sara Quinlin, Caroline Kost, Sarah Holtz, Dana Moronell, Olivia Ralston, Kerry Karpinsky,

Lilly Friesinger, Anna Egan, Grace Kilroy, Savannah Lowe, Sophie Hippenmeyer, Katie Lynch, Ellie Avera,

Aleah Powell

Front Row: Megan Clements, Megan Kafka, Megan Knauer, Emily Horwath, Madison Shooter,

Kelli Walsh

Not pIctured: Isabella Aviles, Noelle Durand, Lillian Gibbons, Brenna Lankford

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Girls

Cross Country

Captains

Madison Shooter

Megan Kafka, Emily Horwath,

Kelli Walsh, Megan Clements,

Megan Knauer

Girls

Cross Country

Seniors

Back Row: Emily Horwath,

Sarah Holtz, Dana Moronell,

Madison Shooter, Sara Quinlin

Front Row: Megan Kafka,

Kelli Walsh, Megan Clements,

Megan Knauer, Caroline Kost

Girls Cross Country

Returning Lettermen

Back Row: Grace Kilroy, Megan Kafka, Katie Lynch,

Layla Emmert, Rachel Whitehead, Katie Jauch,

Sydney Khosla, Sophie Hippenmeyer

Front Row: Dalia Einstein, Hannah Mange,

Savannah Lowe, Kelli Walsh, Kerri Walsh,

Caitlyn Cunningham, Megan Knauer

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Middle School Girls Cross Country Team

Back Row: Coach Gino, Nevaeh Haskins, Mariah Francis, Alyssa Lower, Isabella Fortman, Quinn Watercutter, Calista Mitchell,

Brooke Strobel, Addison Dobson, Jadyn Lyons, Riley Fox, Coach Keys

Row Three: Carly Biederman, Annie Baldwin, Julia Fortman, Jaina Masek, Saige Jenkins, R’Kaya Shipp, Hayley Kovacs,

Isabelle Shaler, Anna Kauffman, Cecelia Alexander

Row Two: Sarah Spaulding, Yasmina Elhamri, Audrey Cline, Emily Hall, Mia Kaufman, Julia Wasik, Sabahat Ahsan, Eliana Brooks

Front Row: Rachel McGarvey, Molly Holloway, Amina Wase, Isabella Northenor, Ellie Hrin, Mia Robillard, Alayna Skidmore

Middle School Boys Cross Country Team

Back Row: Coach Gino, Jonathan Gillard, Patrick McCafferty, Jacob Dice, Luke Fullenkamp, Kevin Whitehead,

Sean Patrick Downs, Seth Boehmer, Ryan Mount, James Erwin, Brandon Long, Coach Keys

Row Three: Nolan Winfield, Jay Patel, Elijah Johnson, Travis Hick, David Beeler, Demetrius Williams, Tyler Job, Joshua Welsh,

Nick Tipple, Noah Mangen, Austin Montz

Row Two: Nathaniel Smith, Gabriel Walter, Caleb Kauffman, Quentin Konya, Sam Martin, Aidan Zink, Jack Paulson,

Jackson McEldowney, Owen Waller, Sage Reiman, Xavier Gillem, Henry Dabbelt, Jacob Spaulding

Front Row: Neil Ammer, Chris Dickson, Connor Krause, Ryan Khosla, Evan Kellner, Brody Miller, Gavin Stevens, Griffin Burkle,

Benjamin Hess, Declan Neal, Joel Lavy, Jaden Kaufman

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7th/8th grade Cross Country (Boys/Girls)

7th/8th grade Cross 2017-2018 Country (Boys/Girls)

2017-2018

Middle School Cross Country Schedule 2017

Day Date Opponent Place Time

Monday Day Aug. Date 21 @ Springboro Opponent Opening Day Patricia Place Allyn Park

5:00PM Time

Monday Aug. 21 Invitational

@ Springboro Opening Day Patricia Allyn Park

5:00PM

Saturday Aug. 26 @ Invitational FinishTiming XC Classic Wilmington College 11:00AM

Saturday Sep. Aug. 02 26 @ Miamisburg FinishTiming Cross XC Classic Country Medlar Wilmington View College Elementary School 10:30AM 11:00AM

Saturday Sep. 02 Invitational

@ Miamisburg Cross Country Medlar View Elementary School 10:30AM

Saturday Sep. 09 @ Invitational Mason Invitational Pine Hill Park - Near Mason HS 2:15PM

Saturday Sep. 16 09 @ Eaton Mason Invitational Fort Pine St. Hill Clair Park Park - Near Mason HS 1:00PM 2:15PM

Saturday Sep. 23 16 Saturday @ Eaton Invitational NIght Lights at CHS Centerville Fort St. Clair Stadium Park 3:00PM 1:00PM

Saturday Sep. 23 Saturday Night NIght Lights at CHS Centerville High Stadium School 3:00PM

Saturday Sep. 30 23 @ Saturday Neal Charske Night Lights Invitational Indian Centerville Riffle High ParkSchool 1:15PM 3:00PM

Saturday Oct. Sep. 07 30 @ Les Neal Eisenhart Charske Invitational XC Invitational Thomas Indian Riffle Worthington Park High School 9:00AM 1:15PM

Saturday Oct. 14 07 GWOC @ Les Eisenhart Championships XC Invitational Centerville Thomas Worthington High School High School 9:30AM 9:00AM

Sunday Saturday Oct. 22 14 @ GWOC State Championships Hilliard Centerville Bradley High High School School 2:45PM 9:30AM

Sunday Oct. 22 @ State Championships Hilliard Bradley High School 2:45PM

2016 GWOC Division Champions

District Champions

Regionals, 3rd place

State, 11th place

Best of luck, CHS Men's Cross Country - Run on the EDGE in 2017!

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Centerville Competition Cheer

Over the last decade, the Centerville High School Competition Cheerleading Squad has had much success.

The team has accrued 7 UCA National titles, 12 GWOC Central Division titles, 3 Overall GWOC Champion

titles, and many top five placements at the OASSA State Championship.

Their most recent success was earning the 2017 Division 1 Non-Mount State Champion title in Columbus,

Ohio. The 2016-2017 Competition Squad claimed their victory by beating out 24 teams in the Division 1

NM division.

The squad is led by Head Coach Rick Bottles and assistant coaches Stephanie Cline and Windai Tolbert.

Back Row: Kailee Danford, Faith Cayot, Melanie Zeller, Avery Miller, Ashtin Stargell, June Powell,

Olivia DeCaestecker

Row Three: Heather Murray, Ellie Spiewak, Mackenzie Muth, Maddie Welsh, Alex Millard, Chloe Reilly

Row Two: Hadley Beyland, Kiley Kuhr, Lexi Hicks, Mara Wozniak, Natalie DiPietro

Front Row: Samia Tarkany, Shelby Padgett, Elli Abraham, Trinity Smith

Centerville Cheer Coach

Head Coach Rick Bottles

Coach Bottles cheered at Wright State University 1989-1991.

He has coached Centerville Competition Cheer Squad

since 2008.

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From 2008-2011, he coached Centerville JV Football Cheer,

and has been the varsity head coach since 2015. He also

serves as the Centerville Cheer Coordinator.


2017 Competition Cheer Schedule

Oct. 22, 2017 Oktober CheerFest Eaton High School

Oct.29, 2017 UCA Regionals Centerville High School

Nov. 4, 2017 Jump. Shout, Cheer Miamisburg High School

Nov. 18, 2017 Rock the Gym Franklin High School

Nov 19, 2017 Fairmont Cheer Challenge Fairmont High School

Dec. 2, 2017 GWOC Cheerleading Championship Fairmont High School

Jan. 14, 2018 Cheer in the New Year Centerville High School

Jan. 21, 2018 Battle at Boro Springboro High School

Jan. 28, 2018 Ohio State Cheer Championships The Ohio State University

Feb. 4, 2018 OASSA Regional Stivers School of the Arts

Feb 11, 2018 UCA National HS Cheerleading Championships Orlando Florida

Feb 18, 2018 Cheer for a Cure Centerville High School

March 4, 2018 OASSA State Cheerleading Championships The Ohio State University

Competition Cheer Seniors

Back: Shelby Padgett • Middle: Elli Abraham, Trinity Smith • Front: Samia Tarkany

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Centerville Girls Tennis

2016 Girl’s Tennis Recap

The Girl’s Tennis team had a great season in 2016. Winning the first ever GWOC National League Title,

Posting a 16-4 record for the Gold Team and a 9-9 record for the Black squad and 13-8 on the JV side.

The Team consisted of 11 Seniors.

Great thanks go out to all of the players, parents, and fans that contributed to a fantastic season and

Good Luck in the upcoming season!

Individual Awards

All-Conference: Ashley Amiri, Kiki Bashir, Rhea Dhingra,

Ariel Alappatt, and Nadja Marin

All- Area: Ashley Amiri, Kiki Bashir, Rhea Dhingra, Ariel

Alappatt, Emma Higgins, and Arianna Carfora

2016 Team Records

Varsity Gold: 16-4

Varsity Black: 9-9

JV: 13-8

2017 Preview

Looking ahead at the upcoming season, Centerville counts on the 20 players from last year. With the

success these girls had in 2016, they are wanting nothing less but to improve. The schedule is a tough

run of 22 matches and the team will step up to the challenge from day 1. They have been working

all year long with Coaches Long, Laughlin, Brandeberry, Weaver, and new to this year’s staff, Coach

Bendel.

GO ELKS!

Girls Tennis Coaches

Scott Long

Head Coach

Christina Weaver

Assistant Coach

Ben Williams

Assistant Coach

Mike Laughlin

Assistant Coach

Allison Bendel

Assistant Coach

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Girls Varsity Tennis

Back Row: Abby Burr, Grace Jiang, Anjana Peddireddi, Arianna Carfora, Emma Estepp, Nidhi Menon,

Lily Pearson, Marie-Thérèse Camp, Coach Long.

Front Row: Madeline Mills, Samira Dhaliwal, Milena Alappatt, Yuri Kim, Ariel Alappatt, Ellie Fisk, Isha Patel.

Girls JV Tennis

Back Row: Coach Weaver, Coach Bendel, Leah Mani, Nikki Narayanan, Anna Wolters, Ellen Cheng,

Brigdet Hodgson, Coach Williams.

Front Row: Kassie Fraley, Chathuni Seneviratne, Chandini Peddanna, Anisha Sheth, Harshitha Kosuri,

Grace Villers.

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Girls Tennis Seniors

Ellie Fisk, Lily Pearson, Nidhi Menon, Emma Estepp.

Girls Tennis Returning Lettermen

Ariel Alappatt, Madeline Mills, Emma Estepp, Arianna Carfora,

Marie-Thérèse Camp, Lily Pearson, Nidhi Menon, Ellie Fisk.

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2015 Centerville Elk Lacrosse

Est. 2008

Est. 2008

2010

2010

Regional

Regional

Champions

Champions

and

and

State

State

Runner

Runner

Up

Up






















Coach of the Year

Season Records

Allen

Coach

Ely

of the Year

2010


Season Records

2008 8-8 .500


Allen Ely 2010 2009

2008

10-5

8-8

.666

.500

2010

2009

14-3

10-5

.820

.666


All State Selections (12)

2011

2010

8-5

14-3

.615

.820

Kerry

All State

Schwable

Selections

(2008,

(12)

2009)

2012

2011

10-6

8-5

.625

.615

2013

2012

3-13

10-6

.188

.625

Kerry


Kyle

Schwable

Torpey (2009,

(2008,

2010)

2009)

2015 Total 11-8

2014

82-64 .555

11-6 .562

.647

2016 2014

2013

8-10 11-6

3-13

.444 .647

.188


Jake

Kyle

Carmen

Torpey (2009,

(2009,

2010)

2010)

Total

2015

75-54

11-8

.578

.555

Corey

Jake


Carmen

Luebbe

(2009,

(2010,

2010)

2011)

Total 75-54 .578

Corey


Evan

Luebbe

Slavik

(2010,

(2008)

2011)

Connor

Evan Slavik

Hopkins

(2008)

(2010)

Connor


Mike Dickey

Hopkins

(2010)

(2010)

Mike Dickey (2010)

David Reilich (2010)

David Reilich (2010)




Champion All


American Champion Showcase All


American Corey Luebbe Showcase 2011

Corey Luebbe 2011



All Region Selections (27)

Corey

Luebbe

All Region

(2008,

Selections

2009, 2010,

(27)

2011)

Corey

Connor

Luebbe

Hopkins

(2008,

(2009,

2009,

2010,

2010,

2011)

2011)

Connor

David

Reilich

Hopkins

(2009,

(2009,

2010,

2010,

2011)

2011)

David


Kyle

Reilich

Torpey

(2009,

(2009,

2010,

2010)

2011)


Jake

Kyle

Carmen

Torpey (2009,

(2009,

2010)

2010)

Kerry

Jake


Schwable

Carmen (2009,

(2008,

2010)

2009)

Kerry


Joey

Schwable

Ely (2011,

(2008,

2012)

2009)

Matt

Joey

Lachman

Ely (2011,

(2011,

2012)

2012)

Matt

Jordan

Lachman

Backer (2011,

(2011,

2012)

2012)

Jordan

Matt

Weber

Backer

(2010,

(2011,

2011)

2012)

Matt

Mike

Weber

Dickey

(2010,

(2010)

2011)

Mike

Evan

Dickey

Slavik (2008)

(2010)


Evan

Kyle Hicks

Slavik

(2013)

(2008)

Kyle Hicks (2013)

Willie

Nichols (2015)

Noah Willie Nichols (2015)

Grant Dubrava Slagle (2015) (2016)

Grant Chris Ciesla Slagle (2015) (2016)


Offensive Team Records


Offensive Team Records


Assists

Total Points


Assists


Game: 4 Mitchell DeShurko, Cooper Jones

Total Points


Game: 4.94 Grant Slagle


Game: 4 Mitchell DeShurko, Cooper Jones


Season: 23 Mike Dickey, Mitchell DeShurko

Game: 4.94 Grant Slagle


Season: 79 Grant Slagle


Season:

Career: 50

23 Mike

Joey Ely

Dickey, Mitchell DeShurko


Season: 79 Grant Slagle

Career: 129

Grant Slagle


Career: 50 Joey Ely

Goals


Career: 129

Face

Grant

Off

Slagle

Percentage


Goals

Game:

9 Grant Slagle


Season: .780

Face

Jake

Off

Carman

Percentage


Game: 9 Grant Slagle

Season: 65

Grant Slagle

Season:

Career: .710

.780

Willie

Jake Carman

Nichols


Season:

Career:

65

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Grant

Grant

Slagle

Slagle

Career: .710 Willie Nichols

Career: 97 Grant Slagle



Defensive Team Records


Defensive Team Records


Caused Turnovers


Career Avg. Ground Balls per Game


Game: 11 Corey

Caused

Luebbe

Turnovers

Career

7.2 Corey

Avg.

Luebbe,

Ground

Connor

Balls per

Hopkins

Game



Game:

Season:

11

79

Corey

Corey

Luebbe

Luebbe

7.2 Corey

Save

Luebbe,

percentage

Connor Hopkins





Season:

Career: 227

79 Corey

Corey

Luebbe

Luebbe


Career:


227 Corey

Ground

Luebbe

Balls


Game: 17 Connor

Ground

Hopkins,

Balls

Kyle Hicks


.780

Save

Kerry

percentage

Schwable

.780

Saves

Kerry

in a

Schwable

Season

183

Saves

Noah

in a

Dubravah

Season


Game:

Season: 17

111

Connor

David Reilich

Hopkins, Kyle Hicks

183 Noah Dubravah


Season:

Career: 344

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David

David Reilich

Reilich

All records reflect regular season stats only

Career: 344 David Reilich


All records reflect regular season stats only


Centerville Lacrosse’s First Team 2008

Centerville Lacrosse’s First Team 2008

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Centerville Girls Volleyball

Looking Forward to the 2017 Season

The Lady Elks Volleyball Teams are coming off

a GWOC Conference Championship, with an

impressive 21-4 season record, and the teams

are ready to push themselves to distinction again

in 2017. We graduated all of the Varsity players

but 4 and we have a young talented team and

I am excited to see how much this team grows

this year. Being in my 3rd year of coaching at

Centerville, our family has been close and now

with only 4 returners we will have mountains to

climb, but with the talent of these young ladies

those mountains will be little bumps in the road.

The Elks Coaches are pleased to see six out of

eight of last year’s seniors are now playing college

Volleyball. Centerville is proud to announce

two of the current Varsity girls have College

commitments, MacKenzie Conner-Cleveland State

(DI) and Scottee Johnson-University of Michigan

(DI).

West Alabama, we see the JV team having a very

successful season. A quote that we are using this

year is “Giving everything you have is the only way

you will get everything you want”-Author Unkown

Go Elks!! EPND!!

Tina Collins

Head Coach – Girls Volleyball

Centerville is excited about our two returning

coaches, Tyler Collins-Varsity Assistant and

Laura Ryan-Freshman Coach. This year we

welcome Victoria Collins, with her experience

of playing college volleyball at The University of

Tina Collins, Varsity Head Coach

Tyler Collins, Varsity Assistant Coach

Laura Ryan, Freshman Head Coach

(Not Pictured: Victoria Collins, JV Head Coach)

Volleyball Seniors

MacKenzie Conner Remy Gerken Sydnee Johnson Caitlin Wetzel

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Varsity Girls Volleyball

Back Row: Assistant Coach Tyler Collins, Stephanie Hofmann, Libby Roush, Sydnee Johnson,

Dani Sargent, Scottee Johnson, Remy Gerken, Bri Strayer, Coach Tina Collins

Front Row: Haley Kuzminski, Kayla Cavicchioni, MacKenzie Conner, Ava Penley, Caitlin Wetzel,

Manager Autumn Hoskins

Returning Lettermen

Scottee Johnson, Remy Gerken, Sydnee Johnson, MacKenzie Conner

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Junior Varsity Girls Volleyball

Back Row: Kelly Shawler, Kathryn Warner, Camryn Mere, Evelyn Deuser, Kelsey Palomaki,

Megan Fahrenkamp, Annika Bey, Coach Tina Collins

Front Row: Manager Anna Ingram, Mackenzie King, Brianna Colombe, Abby Kuper, Jodie Young,

Lizz Suda, Manager Elise Marek

Freshman Girls Volleyball

Back Row: Manager Taylor Gartz, Tori Campbell, Emily Bersaglini, Emma Miller, Shahidah Shipp,

Bentley Malacos, Manager Maria Gillotti, Coach Laura Ryan

Front Row: Grace Fulton, Sarah Rings, Hannah Heileman, Melissa Wilcox, Anna Serle, Bebe Gerkin,

Alayna Johnston

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2017 Varsity Girls Volleyball Schedule

Day Date Opponent Home/Away Time

Monday 08.21.2017 Bishop Fenwick High School Home 6:45pm

Tuesday 08.22.2017 Wayne High School Home 6:45pm

Saturday 08.26.2017 @ St. Henry High School Away 10:00am

Saturday 08.26.2017 @ Mcauley High School (McAuley High School) Away 11:00am

Tuesday 08.29.2017 Fairmont High School Home 7:15pm

Thursday 08.31.2017 @ Ryle High School Away 7:30pm

Saturday 09.02.2017 @ Troy High School Away 12:30pm

Tuesday 09.05.2017 @ Springfield High School Away 6:45pm

Thursday 09.07.2017 @ Beavercreek High School Away 6:45pm

Saturday 09.09.2017 Lakota East High School Home 12:00pm

Tuesday 09.12.2017 @ Miamisburg High School Away 6:45pm

Wednesd ay 09.13.2017 Northmont High School Home 6:45pm

Monday 09.18.2017 Valley View High School Home 6:45pm

Tuesday 09.26.2017 Springboro High School Home 6:45pm

Thursday 09.28.2017 @ Wayne High School Away 6:45pm

Saturday 09.30.2017 Miami East High School Home 12:30pm

Monday 10.02.2017 @ Fairmont High School Away 6:45pm

Tuesday 10.03.2017 Newport Central Catholic H S Home 7:45pm

Thursday 10.05.2017 @ Lebanon High School Away 6:45pm

Tuesday 10.10.2017 Springfield High School Home 6:45pm

Thursday 10.12.2017 Beavercreek High School Home 6:45pm

Saturday 10.14.2017 Alter High School Home 12:00pm

2017 JV Girls Volleyball Schedule

Day Date Opponent Home/Away Time

Monday 08.21.2017 Bishop Fenwick High School Home 6:45pm

Tuesday 08.22.2017 Wayne High School Home 6:45pm

Saturday 08.26.2017 @ St. Henry High School Away 10:00am

Saturday 08.26.2017 @ Mcauley High School (McAuley High School) Away 11:00am

Tuesday 08.29.2017 Fairmont High School Home 7:15pm

Thursday 08.31.2017 @ Ryle High School Away 7:30pm

Saturday 09.02.2017 @ Troy High School Away 12:30pm

Tuesday 09.05.2017 @ Springfield High School Away 6:45pm

Thursday 09.07.2017 @ Beavercreek High School Away 6:45pm

Saturday 09.09.2017 Lakota East High School Home 12:00pm

Tuesday 09.12.2017 @ Miamisburg High School Away 6:45pm

Wednesday 09.13.2017 Northmont High School Home 6:45pm

Monday 09.18.2017 Valley View High School Home 6:45pm

Tuesday 09.26.2017 Springboro High School Home 6:45pm

Thursday 09.28.2017 @ Wayne High School Away 6:45pm

Saturday 09.30.2017 Miami East High School Home 12:30pm

Monday 10.02.2017 @ Fairmont High School Away 6:45pm

Tuesday 10.03.2017 Newport Central Catholic H S Home 7:45pm

Thursday 10.05.2017 @ Lebanon High School Away 6:45pm

Tuesday 10.10.2017 Springfield High School Home 6:45pm

Thursday 10.12.2017 Beavercreek High School Home 6:45pm

Saturday 10.14.2017 Alter High School Home 12:00pm

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2017 Freshman Girls Volleyball Schedule

Day Date Opponent Home/Away Time

Tuesday 08.08.2017 Varsity Scrimmage @ Sports Express Away 5:30pm

Centerville, Kings, Upper Arlington, Sycamore, Ross, McNicholas, McAuley

Saturday 08.12.2017 Varsity Scrimmage @ Lakota West Away 11:00am

Centerville, St. Ursula Academy, Seton, Padua Franciscan, Lakota West, Dublin Coffman

Thursday 08.17.2017 Varsity Scrimmage @ Mason High School Away 5:00pm

Multiple Teams

Monday 08.21.2017 Bishop Fenwick High School Home 6:45pm

Tuesday 08.22.2017 Wayne High School Home 6:45pm

Saturday 08.26.2017 @ St. Henry High School Away 10:00am

Saturday 08.26.2017 @ Mcauley High School (McAuley High School) Away 11:00am

Tuesday 08.29.2017 Fairmont High School Home 7:15pm

Thursday 08.31.2017 @ Ryle High School Away 7:30pm

Saturday 09.02.2017 @ Troy High School Away 12:30pm

Tuesday 09.05.2017 @ Springfield High School Away 6:45pm

Thursday 09.07.2017 @ Beavercreek High School Away 6:45pm

Saturday 09.09.2017 Lakota East High School Home 12:00pm

Tuesday 09.12.2017 @ Miamisburg High School Away 6:45pm

Wednesday 09.13.2017 Northmont High School Home 6:45pm

Monday 09.18.2017 Valley View High School Home 6:45pm

Tuesday 09.26.2017 Springboro High School Home 6:45pm

Thursday 09.28.2017 @ Wayne High School Away 6:45pm

Saturday 09.30.2017 Miami East High School Home 12:30pm

Monday 10.02.2017 @ Fairmont High School Away 6:45pm

Tuesday 10.03.2017 Newport Central Catholic H S Home 7:45pm

Thursday 10.05.2017 @ Lebanon High School Away 6:45pm

Tuesday 10.10.2017 Springfield High School Home 6:45pm

Thursday 10.12.2017 Beavercreek High School Home 6:45pm

Saturday 10.14.2017 Alter High School Home 12:00pm

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CHS Girls Volleyball Highlights

2016 Season Awards and Honors

Season Records: Varsity 21-4, Junior Varsity 16-6, Freshman 17-7

GWOC National East Champions

GWOC East Conference/Division Tournament - 1st place

GWOC All Conference – 1st Team

MacKenzie Conner, Katie Kaminski

GWOC National League – 1st Team

MacKenzie Conner, Katie Kaminski

GWOC National League – 2nd Team

Emily Harnen, Scottee Johnson, Sydnee Johnson

District 15 Division 1 Runner-Up

1st Team: Katie Kaminski, MacKenzie Conner

Honorable Mention: Emily Harnen

Season Records:

GWOC Conference/ State

Season Total Record League Record Tournament Record

1996 19-7 11-2 2 nd

1997 14-10 7-0 1 st

1998 21-4 7-0 1 st

1999 22-4 7-0 1 st District Champions

2000 16-9 6-1 2 nd District Runner-up

2001 15-10 6-1 2 nd Sectional Runner-up

2002 17-8 11-2 1 st District Runner-up

2003 18-8 11-2 1 st District Runner-up

2004 19-6 11-2 1 st Sectional Runner-up

2005 15-6 11-2 2 nd District Runner-up

2006 16-8 10-2 2 nd Sectional Runner-up

2007 18-7 5-0 1 st District Runner-up

2008 19-5 5-0 1 st Sectional Runner-up

2009 16-9 4-1 1 st District Runner-up

2010 13-12 4-1 1 st District Runner-up

2011 15-10 4-1 2 nd District Runner-up

2012 21-3 5-0 1 st District Runner-up

2013 19-5 5-0 1 st District Runner-up

2014 16-9 5-0 1 st District Runner-up

2015 16-9 4-1 2 nd District Runner-up

2016 21-4 11-1 1 st District Runner-up

All-Ohio Division 1 Honors:

1990 - Jill Perry (3rd Team) 2007 - Jenna Caylor (2nd Team)

1998 - Ellen Meyer (3rd Team) 2011 - Janna Krafka (2nd Team)

2005 - Jordan Bradosky (2nd Team) 2013 - Baylee Johnson (2nd Team)

2006 - Jordan Bradosky (2nd Team)

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Seventh Grade Girls Volleyball

Back Row: Lauren Bey, Keira Woodzell, Courtney Stava, Mehika Shipp, Anna Jones, Grace

Cumming, Head Coach Kristin Grogan

Middle Row: Centerville Team Manager Middle Annika School Tayal, Maria Duncan, Ellie Meyer, Nicole Sargent,

7056 McEwen Road Centerville, OH 45459

Anna Grace School Muckerheide

Phone: 937-439-3509 Home Phone: Fax: 937-439-3518 duane.pullins@centerville.k12.oh.us

Front Row: Anna Grim, Kelly Grogan, Alexis Holmes

Principal - Magsig MS

Mrs. Stacey Westendorf

Principal - Tower Heights MS

Mr. Clint Freese

Principal - Watts MS

Mr. Brian Miller

7th Grade Volleyball (Girls)

Athletic Director

Duane K. Pullins, CAA

Seventh Grade Girls 2017-2018 Volleyball Schedule 2017

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Day Date Opponent Place Time

S Thursday Aug. 10 @ Alter South Metro Sports Center 8:00PM

S Monday Aug. 14 @ Tippecanoe Middle School Tippecanoe Middle School 5:30PM

Tuesday Aug. 22 @ Miamisburg Miamisburg Middle School 5:30PM

Thursday Aug. 24 @ Lebanon Maroon Lebanon Junior High School 5:30PM

Saturday Aug. 26 @ Van Buren Kettering Middle School 9:00AM

Saturday Aug. 26 @ Springboro Kettering Middle School 10:00AM

Saturday Aug. 26 @ Alter Kettering Middle School 11:00AM

Tuesday Aug. 29 Beavercreek Ankeney Watts Middle School 5:30PM

Thursday Sep. 07 @ Lebanon White Lebanon Junior High School 5:30PM

Saturday Sep. 09 Springboro Watts Middle School 10:00AM

Saturday Sep. 09 Northridge Watts Middle School 12:00PM

Monday Sep. 11 @ Beavercreek Coy Coy Middle School 5:30PM

Saturday Sep. 16 Kettering Watts Middle School 10:00AM

Saturday Sep. 16 Miamisburg Watts Middle School 12:00PM

Wednesday Sep. 20 Lebanon Maroon Watts Middle School 5:30PM

Saturday Sep. 23 @ OPEN DATE (Walnut Hills Walnut Hills High School

TBA

Invitational)

Saturday Sep. 23 @ OPEN DATE (Walnut Hills Walnut Hills High School

TBA

Invitational)

Tuesday Sep. 26 @ Beavercreek Ankeney Ankeney Middle School 5:30PM

Thursday Sep. 28 @ Van Buren Van Buren Middle School 5:30PM

Tuesday Oct. 03 Lebanon White CHS Auxiliary Gym 5:30PM

Thursday Oct. 05 Beavercreek Coy Watts Middle School 5:30PM

Tuesday Oct. 10 @ Kettering Kettering Middle School 5:30PM

Saturday Oct. 14 @ OPEN DATE (GWOC

OPEN DATE

TBA

Championships)

Tuesday Oct. 17 @ OPEN DATE (GWOC

Championships)

Kettering Middle School

5:30PM


Eighth Grade Girls Volleyball

Back Row: Team Manager Lily Holiga, Gracie Bowser, Natasha Rau, Aubrey Hilliard, Kylia Kim,

Hannah Golden, Head Coach Julie Wilkinson

Centerville Middle School

Middle Row: 7056 Team McEwen Manager Road Centerville, Amara OH 45459Jain, Natalie Frazier, Emily Stanforth, Aliciana Ilias,

School Phone: 937-439-3509 Home Phone: Fax: 937-439-3518 duane.pullins@centerville.k12.oh.us

Audrey Brothers

Front Row: Shreaya Principal - Magsig Madireddy, MS

Principal Kendal - Tower Lieberman, Heights MS Lila Principal Kenney - Watts MS

Mrs. Stacey Westendorf

Mr. Clint Freese

Mr. Brian Miller

Athletic Director

Duane K. Pullins, CAA

8th grade Volleyball (Girls)

Eighth Grade Girls Schedule 2017

2017-2018

Day Date Opponent Place Time

S Thursday Aug. 10 @ Alter South Metro Sports Center 7:00PM

S Monday Aug. 14 @ Tippecanoe Middle School Tippecanoe Middle School 6:45PM

Tuesday Aug. 22 @ Miamisburg Miamisburg Middle School 6:45PM

Thursday Aug. 24 @ Lebanon Maroon Lebanon Junior High School 6:45PM

Saturday Aug. 26 @ Van Buren South Metro Sports Center 2:00PM

Saturday Aug. 26 @ Springboro South Metro Sports Center 3:00PM

Saturday Aug. 26 @ Alter South Metro Sports Center 4:00PM

Tuesday Aug. 29 Beavercreek Ankeney Watts Middle School 6:45PM

Thursday Sep. 07 @ Lebanon White Lebanon Junior High School 6:45PM

Saturday Sep. 09 @ Springboro Springboro Junior High 10:00AM

Saturday Sep. 09 @ Northridge Springboro Junior High 11:00AM

Monday Sep. 11 @ Beavercreek Coy Coy Middle School 6:45PM

Saturday Sep. 16 @ Kettering Kettering Middle School 10:00AM

Saturday Sep. 16 @ Miamisburg Kettering Middle School 11:00AM

Wednesday Sep. 20 Lebanon Maroon Watts Middle School 6:45PM

Saturday Sep. 23 @ OPEN DATE (Walnut Hills Walnut Hills High School

TBA

Invitational)

Saturday Sep. 23 @ OPEN DATE (Walnut Hills Walnut Hills High School

TBA

Invitational)

Tuesday Sep. 26 @ Beavercreek Ankeney Ankeney Middle School 6:45PM

Thursday Sep. 28 @ Van Buren Van Buren Middle School 6:45PM

Tuesday Oct. 03 Lebanon White CHS Auxiliary Gym 6:45PM

Thursday Oct. 05 Beavercreek Coy Watts Middle School 6:45PM

Tuesday Oct. 10 @ Kettering Kettering Middle School 6:45PM

Saturday Oct. 14 @ OPEN DATE (GWOC

OPEN DATE

TBA

Championships)

Tuesday Oct. 17 @ OPEN DATE (GWOC

Championships)

Kettering Middle School

7:00PM

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valuable hands-on experience with our athletes. Students in this program volunteer in

the athletic training room under the guidance of our full-time trainers. They take care

of the basic needs of practice, game, and competition preparations for the athletes.

Each student is assigned to one sport and follows that team to home and away

games.

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Lauren Edwards

Back Row: Laura Bergman, Ashley Jewell, Madison Wilz, Anna Madachy, Imani Coleman,

Ayana Gurel, Ashley Fry, Head Trainer Brandon Craig

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Football Trainers

Imani Coleman

Senior

Brianna Graham

Senior

Carmin O’Flaherty

Senior

Megan Sipe

Senior

Soccer Trainers

Lauren Edwards

Sophomore

Ashley Fry

Junior

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Sophomore

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Junior

Madi Wilz

Senior

Volleyball Trainers

Ayana Gurel

Junior

Andrea Tran

Senior

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Presidential Members

The Altvater Family

The Bruder Family

The Osterhage Family

The Owen Family

Pattie & Jeff Pearce

The Voss Family

The Worrell Family

The Wynn Family

Ring of Honor Members

The Almand Family

The Appley Family

The Berner Family

The Bucklew Family

Castor Construction

The Davidson Family

Casi Fox & Kevin Horan

& Girls

The Glass Family

The Hamrick Family

The Hasseltines

Travis & Patsy King

and Family

The Pfarrer Family

The Root Family

Emily Stanforth & Family

Tom Young

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Golden Elk Members

The Adkisson Family

The Beyland Family

The Cherubini Family

Bill & Cherie Colopy

The DeCaestecker Family

The Dement Family

The DePalma Family

The Dhaliwal Family

The Downs Family

The Frantom Family

Steve Hippenmeyer & Family

The Holbrook Family

The Kelly/Mann Family

The King Family

The Lane Family

Jim & Renee Lawson

The Lieberman Family

The Mires Family

The Mosaili Family

The Mount Family

The Moyer Family

The Murray Family

OEM Corp.

The Poulton Family

The Raghupathy Family

Eric and Lisa Reibly

The Rojas Family

The Savino Family

The Schoeffler Family

The Skerl Family

The Dave Smith Family

The Stava Family

The Tinnerman Family

Steve & Sarah Anderson

Brent and Leah Avera

The Bennett Family

The Brogan Family

The Crompton Family

The Devilbiss Family

Angela and Dan Dunaway

The Freese Family

The Gregory Family

The Holmes Family

Mark & Heidi Judkins

Kelly Coderre

The Carreira/Long Family

Super Elk Members

The Light Family

The McGuffey Family

The Meinking Family

The Moenter Family

The O’Brien Family

The Ormsby Family

The Ralston Family

The Salzman Family

The Shooter Family

The Walsh Family

The Zeiser Family

Seniors and Staff

The Gross Family

Craig Reinhart

The Siroky Family

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The Abraham Family

The Acebal Family

The Ali Family

The Ammer Family

The Appalaneni Family

The Bahubalendruni Family

The Bair Family

Kristen & Matt Baird

Scott & Dawn Balonier

Jacob Bean

The Beavers Family

The Bemis Family

The Berger Family

The Berkebile Family

The Bersaglini Family

The Bethel Family

Annika Bey’s Family

Lisa & Mitch Biederman

Kyle Biggs

The Bowell Family

The Bowser Family

Jodi & Andy Brennan;

Jennifer & Kent Maley

Yolandi Bresler & Kevin Novak

Jeff & Suzy Brooks

The Brothers Family

The Buhler Family

The Burkett Family

The Burkle Family

The Buttram Family

The Camp Family

The Campbell Family

The Carl Family

The Carraher Family

The Caufield Family

The Cauper Family

The Cavicchioni Family

The Cayot Family

The Chable Family

The Cline Family

The Coleman Family

The Colombe Family

The Craig Family

The Cumming Family

The Cummins Family

The Cwiekalo Family

The Danford Family

Tom and Dori Daskalakis

The DeAnthony Family

The Decuir Family

The Deuser Family

The Dhingra Family

Paul and Candace Dixon

The Dubuc Family

The Dull Family

Brad & Rosa Duncan

The DuPuy Family

The Emmert Family

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Elk Club Members

The Evans Family

The Fahenkamp Family

The Feilen Family

Kevin Fillingim

The Franck Family

The Friesinger Family

The Fulton Family

The Gardner Family

Noah Garel

The Gartz Family

Diana & Scott Geisel

Kelly & Mike George

The Gerken Family

The Gillotti Family

The Golden Family

The Gollamudi Family

The Goorskey Family

Bryan & Laura Gottron

The Grandin Family

Brain & Teresa Greenlee

The Greer Family

The Hall Family

The Hallbeck Family

The Hammond Family

The Haught Family

The Heileman Family

Jevon Henderson

Dean Heyne

The Hicks Family

Hugh & Kim Hillix

Cayden Holley

The Hofmann Family

Jon & Jeannette Horwitz

Autumn Hoskins’ Family

The Hovell Family

The Huelsman Family

The Humphrey Family

The Hurles Family

The Hutchison Family

The Jasina Family

Sydnee & Scottee Johnson

The Johnston Family

Carley Jones

The Jonson Family

Kate Juhas

The Kafka Family

The Kalahasthy Family

The Karpinsky Family

The Kasprovich Family

The Kathula Family

The Kerr Family

The Kick Family

The Kime Family

The King Family

The Kirby Family

The Kirts Family

The Klein Family

The Kuhr Family

Kathy & Jeff Kujawa

Scott Kujawa Family

Diane & Sam Kuper

The Kuzminski-Porter Family

Mark & Cindy Laipple

The Lameier Family

The Lawson Family

The Leone Family

The Little Family

The Liu Family

The Loar Family

John Lochra

Bentley Malacos’ Family

The Mangen Family

The Marek Family

The Matson Family

The Matthews Family

The Maxwell Family

The McKnight Family

The Mercado Family

The Mere Family

Neej & Doug Mescher

The Meyer Family

The Middleton Family

The Millard Family

Jeff Miller

The Terah Miller Family

The Tiffany Miller Family

The Minneman Family

Bill Monroe

Tracy, Aaron, Abby, & Libby Mora

Mike and Kirsten Morris

The Moyer Family

The Munn Family

The Murphy Family

The Musku Family

The Muth Family

The Nangle Family

The Narayanan Family

The Navayogarajah Family

The O’Brien Family

The O’Connell Family

The Orf Family

The Padgett Family

The Palomaki Family

The Panwar Family

The Paule Family

The Penley Family

The Peters Family

The Powell Family

Susan Powlette

The Pulaski Family

The Quick Family

Thomas G. Raasch

The Rahe Family

Debbie & Phil Rankey

The Reilly Family

The Reith Family

The Revan Family

The Rike Family

The Rings Family

The Roebren Family

Sheila & Sean Roush

The Rowland Family

The Rudolph Family

The Ryan Family

Kenn & Laura Samborski

The Sargent Family

The Scarpino Family

The Schantz Family

The Schultz Family

Joshua Seebacher

The Shackleford Family

The Shawler Family

Rick & Nancy Shields

Shahidah Shipp’s Family

The Smart Family

Carly Smith’s Family

The Amy Smith Family

The Cortnee Smith Family

The Soulati Family

The Spiewak Family

The Spitler Family

Lori & Jon Strayer

The Suda Family

The Sullins Family

The Sun Family

The Suter Family

Indre & Steve Thomas

The Carrie Thompson Family

The Jennifer Thompson Family

The Tobe Family

The Tollefson Family

The Trosper Family

The Tsatalis Family

The Utz Family

Sean & Melissa Vallone

The Venkatesh Family

The Verma Family

The Vogler Family

The Waller Family

The Warner Family

The Welsh Family

The Wenzler Family

Evan West & Alec West

The Westhaus Family

Peter & Debbie Wetzel

The Wiechers Family

The Wilcox Family

Andy & Lorrie Wourms

The Young Family

The Zeller Family

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BOOSTER MEMBERS

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