2019 Centerville Athletics Fall Program Book

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Centerville Athletic Boosters Fall Program Book highlights all the sports offerings at Centerville High School

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FALL TIME IN Centerville

2019 Fall Athletic Program

We 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 teaching our core values to our athletes which focuses on to helping them to 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 in the Centerville School District

and for Centerville Athletics. We are continuously trying to improve our facilities and provide our athletes

with all the resources they need to strive for excellence. These improvements are made possible by the

tremendous support we receive from the Centerville Community and 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 17th

consecutive year. We would like to remind all of those in attendance we all share a role in the development

of our student-athletes competing today and we ask you choose to behave in a manner which reflects

the positive values we are expecting from our own student-athletes. You can follow Centerville Athletics

on twitter @chselksad and find all information at www.centervilleelkathletics.com. 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 www.elkboosters.com

Go Elks!

Rob Dement, Athletic Director

Centerville High School

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.

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Greetings from the

GWOC Commissioner

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

you to today’s event. The participants today have been working hard and preparing for the

season. Needless to say they are thrilled to have you in attendance.

This is a year of change for the GWOC as we transition to two divisions for the 2019-2020

school year. The divisions will be named American and National. While we are excited

for the current setup of the GWOC this will be the final year that the GWOC offers a

division format. The conference will be moving to an eight team membership setup

beginning fall of 2020. This transition will allow the GWOC to meet the needs of

membership and solidify the conference for the foreseeable future.

The Greater Western Ohio Conference (GWOC) has built a distinguished and proud

history of academic and athletic excellence over the years. It offers students the best

opportunities to compete in an elite academic and athletic conference. It also provides a

forum for fans of the GWOC to support the best high schools, and competition, in the state.

We recognize that competition can be fierce but we must 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 model and positively

supporting the event’s participants. Sportsmanship is everyone’s responsibility – please do

your part.

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

ongoing 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 today’s contest.

Sincerely,

Eric Spahr

Commissioner, GWOC

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Centerville Athletic Boosters

Dear Elk Families,

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 benefits to students from participating in the sports programs range from being a part of

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

possibly 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 Centerville athletic programs. 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

generate funds to continue providing these opportunities for our students. For over 30 years, the

Athletic Booster Club has enhanced 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, gymnasiums, the soccer/

lacrosse field, the baseball field, and the football field. The Centerville community must continue to

help sustain these popular athletic programs.

Please join 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

2019-2020

Booster Representatives

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CENTERVILLE

FOOTBALL

TRADITION

EXCELLENCE

ATTITUDE

&

EFFORT

Centervilleelksfootball.com

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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.

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BRENT ULLERY

Head Coach

Centerville High School Athletics is proud to welcome back

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 for 2014-2016 before accepting the Head

Coaching 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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Bill Petraiuolo

Offensive Line Coach

Nick Combs

Defensive Line Coach

Joe Kitchell

Defensive Coordinator & Linebackers Coach

Cedric Tolbert

Defensive Backs Coach

Ryan Thomas

Defensive Backs Coach

Jon Zimmerman

Offensive Line Coach

Adam Taylor

Special Team Coordinator & Offensive Line

Shane Scherpf

Tight Ends Coach

Jermaine Bailey

Running Backs Coach

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Steve Arndts

Assistant Coach

Greg Karpinsky

Defensive Line Coach

Luke Bartlett

Quaterbacks Coach

Dan Kerns

Wide Receivers Coach

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VARSITY FOOTBALL

Varsity Row1 (L to R) Gabriel King, Christopher Jemo, Luke Miller, Connor Hundley, Declan

Mason, Mark Spaulding, Caleb Miller, Conner Walls, Kyle Hurles, Bryce McMahon, Logan Brown

Varsity Row 2 (L to R): Maurice Lawrence, Tywan Sims, Nathan Lynn, Dougie Townsell,

Keyshawn Davis, Ben Brinck, Austin Bacon, Michael Knox, AJ Frantom, Nicholas Tobe, Josh

Mullinger

Varsity Row 3 (L to R): Walter Watkins, Ben Zientko, Noah Holmes, Ethan Stuart, Cameron

Stevens, Tyler Dixon, Will Heffner, Justin Brogan, Josef Schlade, Jonathan Bruder, Parker

Hinkebein, Kameron Fritz, Garrett Seaton, Hunter Weiss

Varsity Row 4 (L to R): Kris Artis, Alex Hardin, Wyatt Osterhage, Kyle Roberts, Isaiah Guzman,

Coby Castor, Zane Worrell, Ali Elayan, Manluak Siyr, Chad Lugo, Chase Harrison, Nick Meade,

Cam Smith, Michai Tate, Jayson Hayes, Will Jackson Linkhart

Varsity Row 5 (L to R): Chidumebi Ezigbo, Joseph Weber, Ben Persinger, Brendan Salo, Ryan

Keifer, Nicholas Turner, Will Zientko, Matthew Graveline, Colin Becker, Ben Appley, Arnold

Fitzharris, Austin Montz, Brogan Mason, Nathan Staton, Samir Lohana, Gabriel Martinez,

Nathaniel Seymour

Trainers Sophia Demos & Faith Poulton, Varsity Coaches: Shane Scherpf, Dan Kerns, Luke

Bartlett, Jermaine Bailey, Bill Petraiuolo, Adam Taylor, Joe Kitchell, Cedric Tolbert, Ryan

Thomas, Nick Combs, Head Coach Brent Ullery, Head Trainer Brandon Craig, & Trainer Faith

Cayot

Not Pictured: #40 Bryant Callahan, #44 Grant Martin, #93 Anthony Baltimore & Broderick

Wright.

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RETURNING LETTERMAN

Front Row (L to R): Caleb Miller, Kyle Hurles, Nick Meade, Logan Brown, Bryce

McMahon, Jonathan Bruder, Walter Watkins, Ben Zientko

Back Row (L to R): Josh Mullinger, Kris Artis, Connor Hundley, Conner Walls, Jason

Hayes, Declan Mason, Chase Harrison, Luke Miller, Hunter Weiss

Seniors

Front row (L to R): Christopher Jemo, Nathan Lynn, Caleb Miller, Kyle Hurles, Austin

Bacon, Declan Mason, Maurice Lawerence, Logan Brown, Bryce McMahon, Mark

Spaulding

Back row (L to R): Tywan Sims, Connor Hundley, Luke Miller, Nick Tobe, Ben Brinck,

Gabe King, Conner Walls, Michael Knox, AJ Frantom, Josh Mullinger

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VARSITY FOOTBALL ROSTER

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Last Name First Name Grade # Position Ht Wt

Walls Conner 12 1 LB/WR 6'3" 215

Lawerence Maurice 12 2 WR/DB 6'1" 145

Knox Michael 12 3 WR 6'2" 135

Sims Tywan 12 4 DB 6'1" 175

Hurles Kyle 12 5 DB 6'0" 165

Harrison Chase 10 6 QB 6'2" 200

Miller Luke 12 7 DB/RB 5'10" 280

McMahon Bryce 12 8 RB 5'10" 205

Bruder Jonathan 11 9 DB/RB 5'10" 195

Mullinger Josh 12 10 WR 6'0" 180

Brown Logan 12 11 WR 6'0" 155

Linkhart Will 11 12 WR 6'5" 190

Hayes Jayson 11 13 WR 6'2" 195

Tate Michai 11 14 WR/DB 5'10" 171

King Gabe 12 15 DL 6'2" 190

Smith Cameron 10 16 WR 6'2" 190

Fitzharris Arnold 10 17 WR/DB 5'7" 150

Watkins Walter 11 18 DB 6'0" 185

Spaulding Mark 12 19 DB 5'10" 180

Meade Nick 11 20 WR/DB 5'11" 170

Zientko Ben 11 21 LB 5'11" 190

Lynn Nathan 12 22 WR/DB 5'11" 150

Castor Coby 10 23 RB/LB 5'10" 185

Becker Colin 10 24 WR/DB 6'1" 150

Kiefer Ryan 10 25 WR 6'3" 170

Tobe Nick 12 26 RB/LB 6'0" 190

Heffner Will 11 27 RB/LB 6'1" 210

Frtiz Kameron 11 28 DB/WR 6'0" 145

Davis Keyshawn 12 29 DB 6'0" 155

Appley Ben 11 30 DB 5'7" 135

Stevens Cameron 11 31 WR/DB 5'11" 175

Frantom AJ 12 32 RB/LB 6'2" 210

Guzman Isaiah 10 33 DB 5'11" 164

Hinkebein Parker 11 34 RB/LB 5'11" 175

Ezigbo Chris 11 35 DL 6'2" 182

Persinger Ben 10 36 LB 6'0" 180

Elayan Ali 10 37 DB 5'8" 160

Siry Tony 10 38 WR/DB 5'8" 132

Weber Joe 11 39 RB/DB 5'9" 150

Callahan Bryant 10 40 RB/DB 5'11" 176

Staton Nathan 10 41 DB 5'6" 146

Miller Caleb 12 42 DL 5'11" 235

Stuart Ethan 11 43 RB/LB 6'3" 180

Martin Grant 10 44 RB/LB 6'0" 185


VARSITY FOOTBALL ROSTER

Schlade Josef 11 45 RB/DL 5'9" 190

Townsell Dougie 12 46 DB 5'8" 155

Zientko William 10 47 LB 6'1" 170

Holmes Noah 11 48 DB 5'11" 180

Mason Declan 12 50 LB 6'0" 170

Brogan Justin 11 51 OL/DL 6'1" 204

Artis Kris 11 52 DL 6'3" 225

Weiss Hunter 11 53 OL/DL 6'1" 185

Hundley Connor 12 54 OL/DL 6'3" 235

Seymour Nathan 10 55 RB/LB 5'11" 175

Martinez Gabriel 10 56 OL 5'10" 172

Brinck Ben 12 58 OL 6'2" 218

Osterhage Wyatt 11 61 OL 6'1" 230

Hardin Alex 11 62 OL 6'0" 248

Lugo Chad 10 63 OL/DL 5'9" 225

Seaton Garrett 11 65 OL 5'10" 225

Lohana Samir 10 72 OL 6'0" 205

Dixon Tyler 11 74 OL 5'8" 255

Worrell Zane 10 75 DL 6'0" 175

Roberts Kyle 11 77 OL 6'2" 285

Turner Nick 10 79 OL 6'5" 320

Graveline Matthew 10 81 QB/WR/DB 6'0" 155

Montz Austin 10 84 WR/DB 5'10" 150

Salo Brendan 10 85 K 5'6" 146

Bacon Austin 12 88 LB 5'10" 185

Mason Brogan 10 90 OL/DL 6'1" 230

Jemo Christopher 12 92 DL 5'8" 200

Baltimore Anthony 11 93 DL 6'1" 216

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VARSITY FOOTBALL SCHEDULE

Aug. 30, 2019 Fairfiled HS Away Fairfield HS 7:00 PM

Sept. 6, 2019 Lakota West HS Away Lakota West HS 7:00 PM

Sept. 13, 2019 Dunbar HS Home Centerville HS 7:00 PM

Sept. 20, 2019 Miamisburg HS Home Centerville HS 7:00 PM

Sept. 27, 2019 Beavercreek HS Home Centerville HS 7:00 PM

Oct. 4, 2019 Wayne HS Away Wayne HS 7:00 PM

Oct. 11, 2019 Fairmont HS Home Centerville HS 7:00 PM

Oct. 17, 2019 Springfield HS Away Springfield HS 7:00 PM

Oct. 25, 2019 Northmont HS Away Northmont HS 7:00 PM

Nov. 1, 2019 Springboro Home Centerville HS 7:00 PM

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FOOTBALL RECORDS

Season Records:

FOOTBALL

Year Coach W-L-T Notable Notes

1948 George Howe 0-6-1

1949 George Howe 1-5-2

1950 George Howe 2-6-0 New football field (Magsig).

First touchdowns 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, West Alex &

Covington

1964 Dale Lindsey 8-2-0 Joined Dayton Suburban League, 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

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1984 Bob Gregg 11-1 Won WOL, Regional Champs,

State Semifinalist

1985 Bob Gregg 8-2 Won WOL

1986 Bob Gregg 10-1 Won WOL, Regional Playoff 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, Regional Champs,

State Runner-Up

1992 Bob Gregg 6-4

1993 Bob Gregg 10-1 Won WOL, Regional Semifinalist

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, Regional Semifinalist

1999 Bob Gregg 11-1 Won WOL, Regional Semifinalist

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

2001 Ron Ullery 3-7 Joined Greater Western Ohio Conference

2002 Ron Ullery 8-2

2003 Ron Ullery 7-3

2004 Ron Ullery 11-1 Won GWOC, Regional Semifinalist

2005 Ron Ullery 10-2 Regional Semifinalist

2006 Ron Ullery 8-2 Won GWOC

2007 Ron Ullery 9-3 Won GWOC, Regional Semifinalist

2008 Ron Ullery 7-4 Regional Playoff Participant

2009 Ron Ullery 8-3 Won GWOC, Regional Playoff Participant

2010 Ron Ullery 9-3 Regional Semifinalist

2011 Ron Ullery 7-4 Won GWOC, Regional Playoff Participant

2012 Ron Ullery 6-4

2013 Ron Ullery 8-3 Regional Playoff Participant

2014 Rodney Roberts 10-1 Regional Playoff Participant

2015 Rodney Roberts 6-4

2016 Rodney Roberts 5-5

2017 Brent Ullery 10-2 Regional Semifinalist

2018 Brent Ullery 2-8

Overall Record:

Wins: 462 Losses: 241 Ties: 7 (.657 Win %)

Western Ohio League/Greater Western Ohio Conference Champions:

1975 1979 1983 1991 2000 2009

1976 1980 1984 1993 2004 2011

1977 1981 1985 1998 2006 2014

1978 1982 1986 1999 2007 2017

State Playoffs: 1984 – 1986 – 1991 – 1993 – 1998 – 1999 – 2004 – 2005 – 2007 -

2008 – 2009 – 2010 – 2011 – 2013 – 2014 - 2017

Regional Champions: 1984 – 1991

State Runner-Up: 1991

State Ratings Champion: 1986

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Individual Records:

Rushing:

Game 342 yds. Ray Huston 1998

Season 2,018 yds. Tommy Tamaska 2004

Total Yds./Game (Passing & Running) 535 yds. Jacob Harrison 2015

Average per Carry – Season 10.8 yds. Taneareus Collins 2006

Average per Carry – Career 8.55 yds. Ray Huston 1997-99

Career Rushing Yards 4,353 yds. Ray Huston 1997-99

1000 Yd. Seasons 3 Jeremy Adkins 1991-93

Rushing Touchdowns – Season 38 Tommy Tamaska 2004

Rushing Touchdowns – Career 61 Tommy Tamaska 2002-04

Broken Tackles – Season 109 Tommy Tamaska 2004

Broken Tackles – Career 217 Tommy Tamaska 2002-04

Longest Run from Scrimmage 91 yds. Tom Razzano 1973

Chris Forgy 1977

Scott Neff 1983

Jacob Harrison 2015

Points Scored:

Game 36 Ryan Hawk 1999

Season 236 Tommy Tamaska 2004

Career 391 Jeremy Adkins 1991-93

Passing QB:

Yardage – Game 400 yds. Tyler King 2018

Yardage – Season 2,483 yds. Alec Grandin 2017

Yardage – Career 5,013 yds. Ryan Hawk 1996-99

T.D.’s – Season 29 Ryan Hawk 1999

T.D.’s – Career 41 Ryan Hawk 1996-99

% Completions – Season 69.0% Jacob Harrison 2015

T.D. Passes – One Game 4 Ryan Hawk 1997

Logan Hanes 2008

Jacob Harrison 2015

Alec Grandin 2017

Fewest Interceptions Thrown Season 1 Jim Tomallo 1983

Fewest Interceptions Thrown Incl. Playoffs 0 David Fleming 2007

Longest Pass Play 94 yds. Orr to Cox 1980

Receiving:

Yardage – One Game 284 yds. Corey Burnette 2018

Yardage – One Season 1,011 yds. Jake Spiewak 2017

Yardage – Career 1,978 yds. J. D. Kennard 1997-99

T.D.’s – Game 4 Matt Daly 2008

T.D.’s – Season 11 Nate Richmond 2015

T. D.’s – Career 24 J. D. Kennard 1997-99

Receptions – One Season 68 Corey Burnette 2018

Receptions – Career 116 Jake Spiewak 2015-2017

Receptions – One Game 13 Jake Spiewak 2017

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Individual Records:

Defense:

Most Tackles – One Game 31 A. J. Hawk 2000,01

Most Tackles – One Season 192 A. J. Hawk 1999

Most Tackles – Career 583 A. J. Hawk 1998-01

Most Interceptions – One Season 9 Bob Wheeling 1979

Pat Hoertt 1981

Most Interceptions – Career 14 Mark Tomallo 1987-89

Most Fumbles Recovered - Game 4 Chris Davis 1976

Keith Bertram 1984

Caused Fumbles – Season 5 Bill Price 1977

Greg Miller 1978

Matt Bradley 1983

Keith Bertram 1984

Jason Schwieterman 2002

QB Sacks – Season 19 Matt Bradley 1983

Special Teams:

Longest Punt Return 91 yds. Brent Ullery 2002

Punt Return Average – Season 18.7 yds. Brent Ullery 2002

Longest Kick Return 96 yds. Mason Kuhr 2016

Longest Field Goal 52 yds. Mike Nugent 2000

Most F.G.’s – Career 21 Jason Zeller 1982-84

Most F.G.’s – Season 10 Doug McEldowney 1976

Most F.G.’s – One Game 4 Chris Kuzma 2009

Kick Off Average – Season 56.2 yds. Ron Harter 1979

Punt Average – Season 42.6 yds. Jeff Bohlman 1985

Most Extra Points – Season 77 Mike Nugent 1999

Most Extra Points – Career 165 Mike Nugent 1997-00

Blocked Punts – Season 6 Rick Delaney 1976

Longest Punt 80 yds. Jeff Bohlman 1985

Punt Return Yardage – Season 406 yds. Brent Ullery 2002

Kick Off Return Yardage – Season 523 yds. Jim Dapore 1985

Other:

Domination Blocks – Game 11 Brad Gunlock 1994

Domination Blocks – Season 36 Brad Gunlock 1994

Domination Blocks – Career 68 Brad Gunlock 1992-94

Knockdowns – One Game 16 Aaron Coeling 2009

Knockdowns – Season 111 Michael Bennett 2010

Knockdowns – Career 230 Michael Bennett 2008-10

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The Elk Defensive Tradition – 1975 thru Present

Statistical FIRST PLACES recorded by the ELK Defenses.

Total Yds.Allowed: Points Allowed: Rush Yds. Allowed: Rush TD’s: 1 st Downs Allowed:

1975-1,328 yds. 1975-48 1975-878 yds. 1976-1 1975-74

1976-902 yds. 1976-28 1976-322 yds. 1982-3 1976-66

1977-1,268 yds. 1978-62 1977-722 yds. 1983-3 1978-51

1978-1,142 yds. 1979-63 1978-447 yds. 1984-3* 1981-81

1979-1,467 yds. 1980-68 1979-722 yds. 1993-5* 1982-84

1980-1,653 yds. 1981-83 1980-871 yds. 2006-8 1983-77

1981-1,691 yds. 1982-44 1981-880 yds. 2007-10 1984-44*

1982-1,391 yds. 1983-33 1982-455 yds. 2008-10* 1986-68*

1983-1,362 yds. 1984-38* 1983-585 yds. 2009-11* 1987-106

1984-960 yds. 1986-109* 1984-398 yds.* 2010-4* 1988-75

1986-1,760 yds.* 1989-103 1986-952 yds.* 2011-10* 1989-80

1987-2,285 yds. 1990-77 1987-1,009 yds. 1990-89

1988-2,028 yds. 1991-134* 1988-928 yds. 1991-97*

1989-1,803 yds. 1993-112* 1990-942 yds. 1992-101

1990-1,835 yds. 1999-200* 1991-1,277 yds.* 1993-86*

1991-2,366 yds.* 2000-149* 1993-653 yds.* 1995-95

1993-1,755 yds.* 2004-175* 1995-1,217 yds. 1998-125*

2004-2.961 yds.* 2005-165* 2000-1,308 yds. 1999-152*

2005-2,708 yds.* 2006-149 2003-715 yds. 200-121

2006-2,313 yds. 2009-121* 2004-1,167 yds.* 2004-047

2009-2,142 yds.* 2010-91* 2005-842 yds.* 2005-130*

2010-1,680 yds.* 2011-135* 2006-1,019 yds. 2006-101

2011-2,864 yds.* 2010-627 yds.*

2011-1,264 yds.*

Pass Yds. Allowed % of Completed Passes Interceptions: Shut Outs:

1983-777 yds. 1977-31% 1976-20 1975-4

1984-562 yds. 1978-36% 1977-17 1976-6

1985-859 yds. 1980-35% 1979-21 1977-3

1981-33% 1983-13 1979-3

1982-43% 1990-17 1980-3

1983-40% 1993-17* 1982-5

1984-35%* 2003-16 1983-6

1986-39% 2005-15 1984-5*

1991-38%* 2006-14 1987-4

1993-36%* 2014-14* 1990-2

2002-41% 2015-9 1993-5*

2017-47%* 2016-9 2005-3*

2007-3

2009-2

2010-2

2017-2*

2018-1

*includes state play-off games

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The Elk Defensive Tradition – 1975 thru Present

Statistical FIRST PLACES recorded by the ELK Defenses.

Caused Fumbles: Recovered Fumbles: Blocked Kicks: Points Scored by Defense:

1976-39 1976-26 1976-14 1976-34

1983-29 1979-19 1980-8 1982-18

1982-13 1982-6 1983-8

1983-17 1983-5 1984-34*

1984-4* 1993-32*

1990-7 2002-14

1991-5*

1993-4*

2002-4

*includes state play-off games

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James J. Murphy, M.D.

M. Mazen Dallal, M.D.

Thomas J. Donnelly, M.D.

Dharmesh V. Gandhi, M.D.

Steven L. Chambers, M.D.

Murthy V. Gollamudi, M.D.

Jennifer K. Clune, M.D.

Gabriel J. Hays, D.O.

Emily C. Speelmon, M.D.

Soumitra Sen, M.D.

Alexander Kobzik, M.D.

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OFFENSIVE STATISTICS (1981-PRESENT)

YEAR

RECORD

1ST

DOWNS/GAME

PLAYS/GAME

RUSH.

YDS./GAME

RUSH. YDS./RUSH

PASS. YDS./GAME

PASS. ATT./GAME

TOTAL

YDS./GAME

PTS./GAME

TEAM PENALTIES

PENALTY YDS.

% 3RD DOWN

CONV.

% 4TH DOWN

CONV.

% SCORE INSIDE

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INTERCEPTIONS

FUMBLES

FUMBLES LOST

# OF PUNTS

1981

8-2 12.7 - 191 - 56 11.2 247 15.8 69 627 - - - 9 20 7 35

1982

9-1 14.6 - 174 - 102 15.3 276 25.2 64 615 - - - 6 16 10 34

1983

1984

10-0 16.3 63.3 209.6 4.8 136.6 19.7 346.2 35.2 76 724 - - - 1 20 6 25

11-1 14.4 56.3 159 3.8 136.8 18.8 295.8 35.2 76 634 - - - 7 29 16 35

1985

8-2 13.4 49.3 162.5 5.2 109.7 18 272.2 23.3 69 656 - - - 12 13 6 33

1986

10-1 15.2 58.4 198 4.4 128.3 13.1 326.3 26.8 77 787 - - - 5 25 10 37

1987

7-3 13.4 57 209.7 5 89.1 14.8 298.8 29.3 52 553 - - - 4 29 20 30

1988

6-4 10.3 51.7 133.4 3.3 54.5 11 187.9 10.4 57 567 - - - 11 24 14 46

1989

7-3 11.2 51.8 201.7 4.6 30.3 7.5 232 17.4 66 680 - - - 13 28 14 37

1990

8-2 13.9 52 189.4 4.9 99 13.6 288.4 28.6 60 588 - - - 4 21 11 24

1991

12-2 18.1 59.1 269.1 5.7 85.1 12.1 347.1 30.4 81 713 - - - 8 21 10 35

1992

6-4 18.6 60.7 258.9 5.1 75 12.9 333.7 29.1 79 670 41.2 - - 8 24 15 24

1993

10-1 22 58 297.2 6.3 113.2 10.5 410.4 44.9 73 682 53.7 60.1 89.4 4 27 15 14

1994

6-4 18.4 63.4 277.7 5 40.7 7.7 318.4 24.4 46 448 39.3 60.1 83.3 5 28 19 33

1995

7-3 15.9 57.1 249 5.1 30.5 8 279.5 21.6 51 446 44.4 81 69.2 6 34 21 32

1996

6-4 17.8 63.2 265 5.2 63.6 12.5 328.6 25.1 54 461 37.1 46.2 83.3 1 26 14 40

1997

5-5 20 62.1 237.3 5.5 136.4 18.7 380.2 31.4 71 628 42.9 47.6 77.8 4 16 11 41

1998

9-2 23.1 60.7 306.4 6.6 144.5 14.5 450.8 48.6 77 577 57.8 71.4 87.2 2 22 16 26

1999

11-1 22.2 53.1 324.6 7.9 132.3 11.8 456.9 49.4 66 638 59.7 53.3 96.4 4 20 14 20

2000

6-4 18.5 53.8 229.4 4.91 33 7.1 262.4 22.8 53 406 34.5 66.7 90.5 2 14 8 39

2001

3-7 14.4 58 165.7 4 78.8 16.1 244.5 12.4 45 394 29 52 69.6 7 32 15 44

2002

8-2 19 64.5 261.1 5.1 94.6 13.5 355.7 29.3 67 502 51 55 84.6 7 22 14 22

2003

7-3 17.7 59.7 279.7 5.4 50.5 8.3 330.2 28.1 52 500 41 62 88 6 21 10 31

2004

2005

11-1 18.2 58.8 325.4 6.2 45.2 6.1 370.6 34 76 647 42 52 87 1 19 10 33

10-2 16.3 60.8 260.7 4.6 31.4 4.6 292.1 25.7 61 506 50 61 87 3 38 13 40

2006

8-2 19.7 56.8 330.3 6.6 82.2 7.1 412.5 43.7 73 600 49 75 77 4 20 9 20

2007

9-3 24.7 64.9 338.3 6 64.7 8.3 402.9 34.4 53 446 50.7 69 91.5 3 27 17 21

2008

7-4 23.1 64.4 295.2 5.3 90 8.4 385.2 34.5 48 356 52.6 71 88.9 5 23 14 25

2009

8-3 19.9 59.5 303.6 6.1 101.5 9.7 405.1 34 38 305 43.4 63.6 87 7 16 9 24

2010

9-3 20.8 61 320.3 5.6 32.9 3.5 353.2 30.8 51 454 49.3 57.9 83 1 23 13 33

2011

7-4 20 63.7 331.7 5.8 50.2 6.2 381.9 39.3 61 538 46.6 63.3 92.3 3 21 13 28

“SHADED” BOX = SCHOOL RECORD

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OFFENSIVE STATISTICS (1981-PRESENT)

YEAR

RECORD

1ST

DOWNS/GAME

PLAYS/GAME

RUSH.

YDS./GAME

RUSH. YDS./RUSH

PASS. YDS./GAME

PASS. ATT./GAME

TOTAL

YDS./GAME

PTS./GAME

TEAM PENALTIES

PENALTY YDS.

% 3RD DOWN

CONV.

% 4TH DOWN

CONV.

% SCORE INSIDE

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INTERCEPTIONS

FUMBLES

FUMBLES LOST

# OF PUNTS

2012

6-4 17.4 55.6 249.2 5.0 68.5 7.4 317.7 27.4 54 473 37.1 63.6 7 10 10 43

2013

8-3 22 62.1 395.7 6.9 35.9 4.5 431.6 37.5 51 455 52.2 59.3 8 17 17 19

2014

10-1 15.5 55.9 194.1 5.1 139.6 18 333.7 32.5 59 515 44.5 36.3 14 10 9 37

2015

6-4 18.2 54.4 173.2 5.7 239.4 23.4 412.6 39.8 54 451 46 58.3 9 6 4 30

2016

5-5 15.7 56.9 110.3 3.7 201.3 26.9 311.6 23.5 46 419 40.5 53.6 9 7 6 39

2017

10-2 19.2 60.5 126.8 3.9 217.8 28.3 344.6 30.6 73 683 40.7 45.8 8 7 6 38

2018

2-8 17.5 59.9 72.5 2.7 211.2 34.2 283.7 17 56 544 33.1 36 7 14 11 48

2019

2020

2021

2022

2023

2024

2025

2026

2027

2028

2029

2030

2031

2032

2033

2034

2035

2036

2037

2038

2039

2040

2041

2042

2043

“SHADED” BOX = SCHOOL RECORD

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All-Ohio Players:

1971 Brad Otten OL 1972 Dave Brown DL

1976 Bill Becker DL 1977 Bill Price DB

Terry Bach DL Jeff Felton OL

Bruce Otten OL

1978 Frank Carr OL 1979 Bob Wheeling DB

Greg Miller DL Charles Luburgh DL

1980 Dave Morrill DL 1982 Matt Bradley DL

Jack Sperry OL

1983 Matt Bradley DL 1984 Keith Bertram LB

John Schaefer OL Pat Thomas DL

1986 Kirk Herbstreit QB 1991 George Reinke OL

Andy Krupa DL Matt Cravens OL

1993 Nick Baldridge DL 1994 Brad Gunlock OL

Jeremy Adkins RB

Chad Brightman DL

1995 David George RB 1998 Zac Elcess OL

1999 Ryan Hawk QB 2000 Mike Nugent K

Ray Huston RB A. J. Hawk LB

Zac Elcess OL

A. J. Hawk LB

2003 Scott Chillinsky DB 2004 Tommy Tamaska RB

Tom Ingham OL

Jameson Hartke DL

2005 Simon Abboud DL 2006 Tyler Replogle LB

Chase Collins OL

2007 Rob Bicknell OL 2008 Adam Replogle DL

2010 Michael Bennett OL 2011 Benny McGowan OL

Ifeadi Odenigbo DL

2012 Evan Lisle OL 2013 Jared Weyler OL

2014 Nick Dabbelt OL 2017 Alec Grandin QB

Jake Spiewak WR

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Centerville Elks Football NCAA Division I Alumni:

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

Mark Devol: DL South Carolina

Bill Price: DB Southern Methodist

Jeff Felton: OL Michigan

Doug McEldowney: K Ohio State

Chris Davis: LB Miami, Fl.

Tom Delaney: QB Kent State

Doug Fletcher: WR Kent State

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

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

Andy Bracken: WR Air Force

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: WO Louisville

Jeremy Adkins: RB Miami, OH

Luke Morton: LS Eastern Kentucky

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Centerville Elks Football NCAA Division I Alumni:

Chad Brightman: DE Miami, OH

Ben Mercer: QB Dayton

Nathan Lee: DE Ohio University

David George: RB Dayton

Jon Zimmerman: OL Dayton

Jay Fullenkamp: OL Dayton

Ryan Hawk: QB Ohio University

Ray Huston: RB Ohio University

Andy DeVito: OL Dayton

Brian Westerfield: 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 Brown: DL Indiana

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 Oklahoma

David Fleming: DB Youngstown St.

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: DE Northwestern

Jay Mastin: DB Miami (OH)

Benny McGowan: OL Michigan St.

Evan Lisle: OL Ohio St.

Jake Replogle: DL Purdue

Brant Gressel: DL Iowa

Andrew Gantz: K Cincinnati

Jared Weyler: OL Minnesota

Tito Odenigbo: DL Illinois

Patrick Osterhage: OL Wake Forest

Cameron Langer: DB Butler

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Centerville Elks Football NCAA Division I Alumni:

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Chad Coeling: DL Toledo

Nick Dabbelt OL Army

Scott Garrison: DL Harvard

Clayton Schmerber: OL Eastern Kentucky

Jack Disser: DB Butler

Ilyaas Motley: DB Ohio University

Xavior Motley: DB Ohio University

Adam Hensley: LB West Virginia

Jacob Harrison: QB United States Naval Academy

Jake Spiewak: WR Air Force

Sam Vance: DT Air Force

Dylan Haller: DT Indiana State

Colin Debord: WR Bowling Green

Tyler Traylor: TE Bowling Green

Jevon Henderson: DT Bowling Green

Centerville Elks Football Alumni – NFL

John Mahon

Dave Preston

Dave Morrill

Ron Carter

Andy Harmon

Mike Nugent

AJ Hawk

Will Johnson

Adam Replogle

Michael Bennett

Ifeadi Odenigbo

Detroit Lions

Denver Broncos

Cleveland Browns

Houston Oilers

Philadelphia Eagles

New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers,

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Green Bay Packers, Cincinnati Bengals

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CENTERVILLE BOYS SOCCER

VARSITY

Row 1 (L to R): Aleks Thomas, Zach Golden, Alex Weller, Rohan Dhingra, Zachary Horwitz, Keaton

Haugen, Nathan Smith, Mark Balonier, Brock Biederman, Cody Potgieter, Jacob Bean, Thomas Raasch

Row 2 (L to R): Student Trainer Sammie Dominic, Athletic Trainer Ashley Jewell, Anthony Huelsman,

Thomas Maley, Alec West, Landon Dull, Sam Kujawa, Jack Rudolph, Joey Wourms, Kaden Combs, William

Hofmann, Isaiah Massey, Matt Fahrenkamp, Patrick Shields, Maddie Bebko, Ella Jandes

Row 3 (L to R): Ryan Forino, Assistant Coach Shane Smith, Assistant Coach Caleb Austin, Assistant

Coach Bradley Schluter, Head Coach Jeff Monbeck, Assistant Coach John Bertrams, Assistant Coach

Kevin Terrell, GK Coach Jake Sidell, Game Day Manager Steve “D-Train” McLean

COACHING STAFF

(L-R): Game Day Manager Steve “D-Train”

McLean, JVB Head Coach Caleb Austin,

Goal Keeper Coach Jake Sidell, Assistant

Varsity Coach John Bertrams, Head Varsity

Coach Jeff Monbeck, Assistant Varsity

Coach Bradley Schluter, Head JVA Coach

Kevin Terrell, Assistant Program Coach

Shane Smith, Team Manager Ryan Forino

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SENIORS

Front (L to R): Landon Dull, Alec West, Aleks Thomas, Anthony Huelsman, Jack Rudolph, Sam

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Back (L to R): Alex Weller, Jacob Bean, Cody Potgieter, Brock Biederman, Zach Golden, Zach

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Front Row (L-R): Luke Voss, Eddie Kuper, Spencer Miller, Colin Gottron, Tatum Earley, Ben Horwitz,

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RESERVE “B”

Back Row (L to R): Caleb Austin (Head JV-B Coach), Micah Gruenberg, Owen Ralston, Adam Becker,

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BOYS VARSITY SOCCER SCHEDULE

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Saturday 8/17/2019 Lakota West HS Away Lakota West HS 3:00 PM

Tuesday 8/20/2019 Northmont HS Away Northmont HS 7:15 PM

Saturday 8/24/2019 Walnut Hills HS Away Wanut Hills HS 4:00 PM

Tuesday 8/27/2019 Lebanon HS Home Alumni Stadium 7:15 PM

Saturday 8/31/2019 Mason HS Home Alumni Stadium 7:15 PM

Tuesday 9/3/2019 Lakota East HS Away Lakota East HS 7:15 PM

Thursday 9/5/2019 Miamisburg HS Home Alumni Stadium 7:15 PM

Tuesday 9/10/2019 Fairmont HS Away Fairmon HS 7:15 PM

Saturday 9/14/2019 Alter HS Home Alumni Stadium 1:00 PM

Tuesday 9/17/2019 Springfield Home Alumni Stadium 7:15 PM

Wednesday 9/18/2019 Loveland Home Alumni Stadium 7:15 PM

Tuesday 9/24/2019 Wayne HS Away Wayne HS 7:15 PM

Saturday 9/28/2019 Princeton HS Home Alumni Stadium 7:15 PM

Tuesday 10/1/2019 Springboro Away Springboro JR High 7:15 PM

Saturday 10/5/2019 St. Xavier HS Away St. Xavier 7:00 PM

Thursday 10/10/2019 Beavercreek HS Home Alumni Stadium 7:15 PM

ELK CREW

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Jacob Gottron, Logan Gottron, Jack Lorre, Dylan Smith

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BOYS SOCCER ALL TIME RECORDS

Head Coaches

Years

Jeff Monbeck (2014 - Present)

Brad Loveless (2008 - 2013)

Bryan Loveless (2005 - 2007)

Brian Stevens (1987 - 2004)

Gary Avedikian (1973 - 1986)

All Time Program Records

Year Record Year Record Year Record Year Record Year Record Year Record

1973 8-2-3 1981 20-3-1 1989 16-4-4 1997 18-1-1 2005 16-3-1 2013 12-4-3

1974 13-5-3 1982 20-1-1 1990 11-6-4 1998 14-3-5 2006 13-3-4 2014 9-6-3

1975 15-3-0 1983 14-3-1 1991 14-5-1 1999 19-1-2 2007 11-2-4 2015 13-4-3

1976 16-2-0 1984 20-2-3 1992 8-7--3 2000 11-5-1 2008 15-2-3 2016 10-6-4

1977 15-4-2 1985 24-1-0 1993 11-7-2 2001 16-2-4 2009 11-1-6 2017 14-4-3

1978 14-3-1 1986 17-1-4 1994 15-6-2 2002 9-1-9 2010 20-1-2 2018 14-3-2

1979 17-1-3 1987 14-3-5 1995 20-2-0 2003 13-6-2 2011 13-4-2

1980 15-2-1 1988 16-5-1 1996 20-1-1 2004 14-3-4 2012 14-3-1

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

Highest National Ranking: #1 1996

Featured on ESPN Scholastic Sprots America: 1996

Centerville Program Record vs. Other Schools

School Record School Record School Record School Record

Alter 23-13-12 Grove City 1-0-0 North Royalton 1-0-0 Tecumseh 1-1-0

Anderson 12-8-0 Groves (MI) 2-0-0 Oak Hills 2-0-1 Thomas Worthington 2-3-1

Beavercreek 41-15-11 Hamilton 2-0-0 Oakwood 1-0-0 Toledo St. John's 2-1-1

Belmont 3-0-0 Hilliard 1-0-0 Olentangy Orange 1-0-0 Trotwood-Madison 4-0-1

Bexley 1-0-1 Hudson 2-1-0 Perrysburg 1-0-0 Troy 26-1-1

Bishop Watterson 1-0-0 Lakota 6-2--2 Piqua 5-0-0 Turpin 5-1-4

Brecksville 0-1-0 Lakota East 4-3-2 Princeton 2-0-0 Upper Arlington 10-1-4

Carroll 21-5-2 Lakota West 7-10-9 Reitz Memorial (IL) 2-2-1 Vandalia Butler 15-2-3

Chaminade-Julienne 11-0-0 Lebanon 10-1-2 Reynoldsburg 1-0-0 Wadsworth 2-0-0

Collinsville (IL) 0-0-1 Lemon-Monroe 3-0-0 Roger Bacon 2-2-1 Walnut Hills 0-0-1

Colonel White 2-0-0 Little Miami (Morrow) 1-0-0 Ross 1-0-0 Walsh Jesuit 0-1-0

Columbus De Sales 5-0-0 Livonia (MI) 0-1-0 Sidney 4-0-0 Warren De La Salle (MI) 0-0-1

Dayton Christian 5-0-4 Loveland 2-0-0 Springboro 7-1-2 Wayne 38-5-9

De La Salle (MI) 0-1-0 Mansfield Christian 1-0-0 Springfield 11-0-0 West Carrollton 16-0-0

Dublin Coffman 2-0-0 Mason 5-7-0 Springfield North 28-0-1 Western Hills 1-0-0

Edgewood 1-0-0 Mentor 0-1-0 St. Charles 1-1-0 Westerville North 11-6-0

Elder 2-2-1 Miamisburg 25-0-0 St. Ignatius 3-7-0 Westerville South 3-3-1

Fairborn 26-0-1 Miami Valley 4-0-0 St. Xavier 16-10-2 West Tech (Cleveland) 0-1-0

Fairfield 12-2-1 Middletown 5-0-0 Stebbins 15-1-0 Wilmington 1-0-0

Fairmont 37-2-5 Milford 0-2-0 Stivers Patterson 1-0-0 Worthington 2-0-1

Fairmont East 14-1-2 Moeller 10-1-5 Stowe 2-0-0 Xenia 37-0-3

Fairmont West 15-2-1 Moon (PA) 2-0-0 Strongsville 2-0-0 Yellow Springs 2-0-1

Findley 1-0-1 Mount Lebanon (PA) 1-1-1 Stowe 2-0-0

Finneytown 7-5-1 North Central (IN) 1-0-0 Strongsville 2-0-0

Forest Park 5--1-0 Northmont 32-7-10 Sycamore 3-0-0

Franklin 1-0-0 North Olmsted 2-2-1 Talawanda 2-1-0

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Program Statistics

Statistic

Total Games Played: 934

Total Program Win/Loss Record: 672-147-115

Total Home Program Record: 382-58-69

Total Away Program Record: 285-87-46

Total Program League Record: 228-15-35

Program Winning Percentage: 72.00%

Total Program Goals Scored: 2,719

Total Program Goals Scored Average: 2.91

Total Program Goals Against: 651

Total Program Goals Against Average: 0.70

Total Program Shutouts: 484

Total Program Tournament Games: 203

Total Program Tournament Record: 160-43-0

Total Program Tournament Goals Scored: 671

Total Program Tournament Goals Scored Average: 3.31

Total Program Tournament Goals Against: 153

Total Program Tournament Goals Against Average: 0.75

Westerern Ohio League Championships: 20

GWOC Championships 8

First Program in Ohio to record 500 wins 2005

First Program in Ohio to record 600 wins 2012

Team Records

Statistic

Years

Most Wins in a Season: 24 1985

Most Losses in a Season: 7 1992

Most Ties in a Season: 9 2002

Most Goals in a Season: 114 1982, 1984

Lowest Goals Scored in a Season: 27 1973

Most Goals Against in a Season: 29 2014

Lowest Goals/Game in a Season: 1.6 1993

Highest Goals/Game Average: 5.4 1982

Lowest Goals/Game Average: 1.8 1992

Lowest Goals Against in a Season: 7 1973 (13 games), 1985 (25 games), 1996 (22 games)

Lowest Goals Against Average: 0.28 1985

Longest Undefeated Streak: 21 1982

Most Shutouts in a season: 19 1982, 1985

Undefeated Regular Seasons: 10 1979, 1982, 1985, 1986, 1996, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2009, 2010

Longest Game: 204 Min. (25 OT's) 1977

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Individual Player Records

Statistic Player(s) Year(s)

Most Goals in a Game: 7 Christian Kohen 2017

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 1985

Most Shutouts in a Career: 34 Mark Fridenmaker 1983-1985

Most Consecutive Shutouts: 10 Mark Fridenmaker 1984

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Back Row (L to R): Haley Buhler, Jordan Vigay, Cara Hovell, Sydney Kerr, Emily O'Connell

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CENTERVILLE GIRLS SOCCER

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Back Row (L-R): Coach Smith, Coach Leatherbury, Coach Mitterholzer, Coach Whitson, Brandi

Greenlee, Lauren Bastian, Allison Colopy, Michelle Huelsman, Nicole Gardner, Kenzie Smith, Coach

Mocas, Coach Sheils, Coach Gobrail, Coach Haugen, Ashley Jewel Athletic Trainer

Front Row (L-R): Sammie Dominic, Mia Moore, Chloe Spitler, Megan Longer, Leah Firsdon, Rachel

Root, Kara Allen, Braelen Devoe, Hailey Jeng, Izzy Laidly, Cara Crompton, Sydney White, Jenna

Hallbeck, Emma Stanley, Ella Jandes, Maddie Bebko

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Recapping the 2018 Season

The 2018 varsity squad finished the season 15-3-2. They fought hard as a unit and battled through adversity to

make it to the district finals, where they fell to Mason 0-1.

Building upon a Winning Tradition

With the start of a new season for the women’s soccer program, the players and the coaching staff are aiming to

build upon the program’s winning tradition.

This year’s varsity roster includes nine first-year-varsity players to complement the ten returning members. Our

hard work began in June with approximately 60 other candidates. They have been relentless in their training and

conditioning with the goal of playing their best soccer during tournament time in October and November. The JVA

and JVB teams also feature several new faces eager to compete and contribute to the program’s prosperity.

The team, as always, is committed to the tradition of excellence that the program has maintained during its fortytwo-year

history. The new players and coaching staff understand the strong sense of tradition and the expectation

for excellence both on and off the pitch, and they will continually push themselves to represent the school and

community proudly.

We look forward to the coming season, and we are grateful for the support from the community.

Sincerely,

CHS Women’s Coaching Staff


RESERVE “A”

Back Row (L-R): Coach Smith, Olivia Collins, Molly Weideman, Sam Adams, Anna Weller, Sydney Heckman, Molly

Cline, Kiara McMillan, Kenzie Gaydosh, Jami Spitler, Natalie Adams, Nikki Carfora, Coach Mocas

Front Row (L-R): Charlotte Kunst, Abby Burr, Alyssa Kester, Abigail Loree, Merritt Weltge, Megan Deaton, McKinna

Moore, Madeline Brandt, Sophie Schluter

RESERVE “B”

Back Row (L-R): Coach Haugen, Ella Lang, Bella Ball, Jess Weideman, Emma Gramke, Mia Mesa-Cuadra, Leah

Napier, Cameran Whiteside, Molly Parker, Coach Mitterholzer

Front Row (L-R): Rachel Wolf, Kenzie Haig, Chase McMannis, Alexia Peterson, Kayla Woolf, Lauren Federici, Maggie

Pickrel, Audrey von Schagen

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SENIORS

(L to R): Sydney White, Kara Allen, Brandi Greenlee, Lauren Bastian, Nicole Gardner, Chloe Spitler,

Emma Stanley

RETURNING LETTERMAN

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Back Row (L-R): Sydney White, Brandi Greenlee, Lauren Bastian, Nicole Gardner, Chloe Spitler

Front Row (L-R): Kara Allen, Cara Crompton, Michelle Huelsman, Kenzie Smith, Emma Stanley


GIRLS VARSITY SOCCER SCHEDULE

Day Date Opponent H/A Location Time

Friday 8/16/2019 Alter HS Home Alumni Stadium 7:15 PM

Monday 8/19/2019 Springboro HS Away Springboro 7:15 PM

Wednesday 8/21/2019 Northmont HS Home Alumni Stadium 7:15 PM

Saturday 8/24/2019 Anderson HS Away Anderson HS 7:00 PM

Wednesday 8/28/2019 Lebanon HS Away Lebanon Junior High 7:15 PM

Saturday 8/31/2019 Olentangy Liberty HS Away Olentangy Liberty HS 1:00 PM

Wednesday 9/4/2019 Miamisburg HS Away Miamisburg HS 7:15 PM

Saturday 9/7/2019 Troy HS Home Alumni Stadium 7:15 PM

Wednesday 9/11/2019 Fairmont HS Home Alumni Stadium 7:15 PM

Wednesday 9/18/2019 Springfield Away Springfield HS 7:15 PM

Saturday 9/21/2019 St. Ursula Academy Home Alumni Stadium 7:15 PM

Wednesday 9/25/2019 Wayne HS Home Alumni Stadium 7:15 PM

Saturday 9/28/2019 Mount Notre Dame HS Away Mount Notre Dame HS 5:00 PM

Wednesday 10/2/2019 Springboro Home Alumni Stadium 7:15 PM

Saturday 10/5/2019 Lakota East HS Home Alumni Stadium 7:15 PM

Monday 10/7/2019 Beavercreek HS Away Beavercreek HS 7:15 PM

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GIRLS SOCCER ALL TIME RECORDS

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Year Wins Losses Ties

Goals

Scored

1977 6 5 2 35 18

Goals

Allowed

1978 13 2 0 60 18 -

1979 18 0 0 94 22 -

1980 12 4 0 64 14 -

1981 11 3 2 68 18 -

1982 13 2 1 94 14 -

updated 3/28/2019

Last Round of

Tournament

1983 18 1 3 123 14 State Finals

1984 18 2 1 108 14 District Finals

1985 17 2 3 75 17 Secional Finals

1986 22 1 1 129 18 State Finals

1987 18 4 2 100 21 State Semifinals

1988 21 1 1 93 18 State Semifinals

1989 19 1 2 124 10 Regional Finals

1990 22 2 1 111 18 State Finals

1991 13 6 1 62 19 Regional Finals

1992 16 5 2 55 24 Sate Finals

1993 14 4 3 74 21 Regional Finals

1994 21 1 2 74 22 State Finals

1995 16 2 1 50 14 Regional Finals

1996 19 1 0 103 13 Regional Finals

1997 17 2 3 82 13 State Semifinals

1998 19 1 1 89 9 Regional Semifinals

1999 13 4 2 61 16 District Finals

2000 11 1 5 51 14 District Finals

2001 12 6 1 79 22 District Finals

2002 13 8 0 83 32 District Finals

2003 11 7 2 56 16 District Finals

2004 12 5 2 63 22 Sectional Finals

2005 17 3 2 79 19 Regional Semifinals

2006 11 7 1 57 16 District Finals

2007 14 2 5 60 13 Regional Semifinals

2008 20 1 1 85 9 Regional Semifinals

2009 20 2 1 102 17 State Semifinals

2010 17 2 2 74 10 Regional Semifinals

2011 18 2 2 64 14 State Semifinals

2012 17 3 0 65 15 Regional Semifinals

2013 13 3 3 67 14 District Finals

2014 18 1 0 59 9 Regional Semifinals

2015 12 4 4 46 23 Regional Semifinals

2016 11 6 2 48 15 District Finals

2017 10 5 4 56 18 Sectional Finals

2018 15 3 2 72 19 District Finals

2019

2020

2021

2022

648 127 73 3194 702

State Runner-Up 1983, 1986, 1990, 1994

Regional Champion 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 1994, 1997, 2009, 2011

District Champion 1983, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015

WOL Champion 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000

GWOC Champion 2001, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2014, 2015, 2016


1983 through 2018 season

SCHOOL NAME W L T

Alter 27 8 13

Anderson 9 4 2

Beavercreek 25 13 7

Bellbrook 13 0 1

Bellefontaine 1 0 0

Carlisle 1 0 0

Carroll 29 4 6

CJ 24 2 1

Dayton Christian 1 0 0

DeSales 2 1 1

Dublin Coffman 0 3 0

Dublin Jerome 0 1 0

Edegwood 2 0 0

Fairborn 26 1 1

Fairfield 13 6 3

Farimont 39 0 2

Fenwick 2 0 0

Findlay 3 0 0

Finneytown 1 0 0

Franklin 8 0 0

Glen Este 1 2 0

Graham 2 0 0

Greenhills 2 0 0

Greenon 7 0 0

Greenville 3 0 0

Hamilton 1 0 0

Kings 2 0 0

Lakota East/West 7 6 1

Lebanon 8 2 2

Little Miami 1 0 0

Loveland 0 2 0

Madeira 1 0 0

Mason 3 2 0

McAuley 3 4 0

Miami Valley 1 0 0

Miamisburg 22 1 0

Middletown 6 1 0

Milford 2 1 1

Milton Union 4 0 0

Monroe 1 0 0

Mother Mercy 3 0 0

Mount Notre Dame 1 3 0

North Olmstead 1 0 1

Northmont 34 7 5

Oak Hills 1 0 0

Oakwood 7 0 0

Olentangy Liberty 1 0 1

Piqua 5 0 0

Princeton 1 0 0

Ross 2 0 0

Seton 6 0 1

Shawnee 2 0 0

Sidney 8 0 1

Springboro 8 4 1

Springfield 34 0 0

St. Ursula Academy 9 7 3

Stebbins 9 0 0

Sycamore 3 1 0

Tecumseh 2 0 0

Tipp City 3 0 0

Trotwood 4 0 0

Troy 33 1 2

Turpin 0 3 1

Upper Arlington 1 0 0

Ursuline Academy 6 2 3

Valley View 1 0 0

Vandalia Bulter 11 0 0

Walnut Hills 2 0 1

Wayne 32 4 5

West Carrollton 2 3 1

Westerville North 0 4 0

Westerville South 0 1 0

Wilmington 1 0 0

Worthington 8 3 1

Xenia 25 7 3

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Goals Leader Goals Name Assists Leader Assists Name

2000 17 Heather Miller 2000 7 Heather Miller

2001 19 Jen Hansen 2001 14 Jen Hansen

2002 16 Emily Lundgard 2002 9 Jen Hansen

2003 12 Laura Kavanaugh 2003 10 Katie Lane

2004 18 Nicola Holdsworth 2004 14 Rachel Lovely

2005 16 Ashley Vaughan 2005 11 Courtenay Parsons

2006 12 Trisha Stevens 2006 9 Trisha Stevens

2007 9 Amy Henry, Allison Ludwig 2007 16 Erin Petree

2008 13 Allison Ludwig 2008 13 Hannah Sheils

2009 18 Allison Ludwg 2009 14 Claire Falknor

2010 11 Michelle Hodapp, Amy Simpson 2010 18 Jackie Etson

2011 13 Amy Simpson 2011 13 Jackie Etson, Katie Scarpino

2012 13 Jackie Etson 2012 16 Jackie Etson

2013 13 Alyssa Walker 2013 15 Amy Simpson

2014 17 Alyssa Walker 2014 10 Grace Geise

2015 13 Alyssa Walker, Grace Geise 2015 10 Maddie Longer

2016 10 Taran McMillan 2016 7 Taran McMillan

2017 12 Sidney Kemp 2017 7 Sidney Kemp

2018 11 Sidney Kemp, Alexis Hutchison, Chole Spitler 2018 13 Lauren Bastian

2019 2019

2020 2020

All-State Players

NSCAA All-Americans

1984 Anne Sherow, Emily Coatney 1984 Anne Sherow

1985 Emily Coatney 1986 Emily Coatney

1986 Emily Coatney 1988 Diane Coleman

1987 Megan McCool 1990 Holly Young

1988 Diane Coleman 1998 Lizzy Moore

1989 Cara Eichenlaub 2008 Tara Tokar

1990 Holly Young

1991 Holly Young

1992 Becki Opalek NSCAA National Coach of the Year

1993 Amanda Holberg 1990 Don Skelton

1994 Stacy Sparks Individual Stats Leaders

1995 Wesleigh Oxley Career Goals

1996 Missy Gregg, Emily Schaffer 1983-86 89 Emily Coatney

1997 Emily Schaffer Single Season Goals

1998 Lizzy Moore 1996 42 Missy Gregg

1999 Heather Miller Single Season Assists

2000 Heather Miler, Emily Kowalczyk 24 Jodi Black

2001 Emily Kowalczyk

2002 Nicola Holdsworth

2003 Nicola Holdsworth

2004 Nicola Holdsworth

2003 Heather Burchett Women's Soccer Hall of Fame Members

2005 Ashley Vaughan 1978-81 Kelly Greenlee

2007 Abby Glover 1981-85 Anne Sherow

2008 Tara Tokar 1982-85 Laura Kirkham

2009 Taylor Dearbaugh 1983-86 Emily Coatney

2010 Halle Pyle 1983-86 Jamie Fischer

2011 Halle Pyle, Niki Hopkins 1988-91 Holly Young

2012 Niki Hopkins 1983-2013 Don Skelton

2013 Katie Scarpino

2014 Maria Gardner

2015 Alyssa Walker

2016 Allie Klimkowski

2017 Ana Bair

2018 Lauren Bastian

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Last Year’s Postseason Awards

2018 PLAYER AWARDS

Second Team All State: Lauren Bastian

All Area Miami Valley South - First Team: Lauren Bastian, Chloe Spitler

All Area Miami Valley South - Second Team: Sidney Kemp, Alexis Hutchison

All Area Miami Valley South - Third Team: Emma Stanley, Brandi Greenlee, Kenzie Smith

GWOC All Conference: Lauren Bastian, Chloe Spitler

GWOC National Division - First Team: Lauren Bastian, Chloe Spitler, Sidney Kemp

GWOC National Division - Second Team: Brandi Greenlee, Emma Stanley, Alexis Hutchison

GWOC National Division - Special Mention: Audrey Smith, Kenzie Smith

Miami Valley Area All-Star Team: Sidney Kemp, Alexis Hutchison

Kettering Medical Center Sportsmanship Award: Danielle Frazier

Miami Valley South, Assistant Coach of the Year: Lori Whitson

Past Players who have played at the next level (2014-Present)

Maggie Fintel (Troy St.)

Allie Klimkowski (Xavier)

Alyssa Walker (Richmond)

Taran McMillan (EKU)

Grace Geise (Indiana)

Kasey Perry (Old Dominion)

Sidney Kemp (EKU)

Grace Nation (Wittenberg)

Maddie Scott (Wilmington)

Elizabeth Matthews (Wilmington)

Jessie Pulaski (Anderson)

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CENTERVILLE GIRLS VOLLEYBALL

Back Row (L-R): Bebe Gerken, Hannah Golden, Shahidah Shipp, Emma Miller, Stephanie Hofmann, Anna Hapner,

Audrey Brothers

Front Row (L-R): Kayla Cavicchioni, Scottee Johnson, Dani Sargent, Evelyn Deuser, Ava Penley

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The Elks 2018 team Finished as the GWOC National Division Champion and lost in the District Semi Finals to Springboro.

Key losses from last year are Libero Sheilah Purcell, Middle Libby Roush and DS Madison Carnes.

Key Returnees this year are: Scottee Johnson, Senior setter and right side hitter (Michigan Commit) – First Team GWOC & District 15, Honorable Mention

All-State. Dani Sargent, Senior Middle (Tiffin University Commit) - Second Team National Division GWOC, Second Team All-District 15, Evelyn Deuser, Senior

Outside Hitter - National Division Special Mention GWOC and Honorable Mention All-District 15 could move to right side this year. Stephanie Hofmann, Junior

Outside hitter, has improved and I’m expecting to see her carry more load this year. Middle Hitter Emma Miller, Junior, is looking good. I can’t wait to see how

she can contribute this season. Kayla Cavicchioni, Senior, has earned the libero shirt and has really shined for us thus far. She will be our defensive anchor

and we are looking for great things out of her. Bebe Gerken, Junior, was a part time starter last season has improved defensively and has a tough serve. Ava

Penley, DS Senior, is back after a season off and is playing very well. She is so coachable and wants to get better. She is making an impact for us.

Key newcomers are: Anna Hapner, a Junior transfer Outside Hitter from Waynesville will be contributing this year. Sophomore Setter Hannah Golden has

taken the next step to be an intricate piece of our offense. DS Audrey Brothers, a sophomore, has been pushing our current starters both in the front and back

row. Shadhidah Shipp, Junior Middle/Right Side hitter, she is a really good athlete that lacks the experience right now but she is working hard and is so athletic

that we see a lot of potential in her.

Last season’s varsity assistant coach Meggie Marten has decided to make a career change and is going back to school. I had to replace her at the last minute

and I’m pleased to announce that long time Lebanon coach Tim Mersch has filled that roll. Tim and I have a lot of experience and we’re hitting the ground running,

(well at our age maybe a fast walk). I really feel blessed that I was able to find a quality coach like Tim on short notice. Corey Burge is stepping in to take

over the JV team this year and Laura Ryan is back with the Freshman. I’m also hoping to add Ann House as a volunteer assistant, who is also an awesome

coach with a vast amount of experience.

This season we expect the usual suspects (Springboro and Beavercreek) will be fighting the Elks for the right to say they are the league champions. We would

like to earn that right. We have challenged the girls to get a little better every day and play for their teammates. If they do that, the wins will take care of themselves.

We want to be the best versions of ourselves every time we take the court. So far the team is working very hard at improving all aspects of their game.

I’m very encouraged by what I’m seeing.

Coach Buck


VOLLEYBALL COACHING STAFF

(L to R): Corey Burge, John Buck, Tim Mersch, Laura Ryan

GIRLS VARSITY VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE

Day Date Opponent H/A Location Time

Saturday 8/17/2019 Alter HS Home Centerville HS 12:00 PM

Thursday 8/22/2019 Little Miami HS Away Little Miami HS 7:30 PM

Monday 8/26/2019 Mason HS Away Mason HS 6:30 PM

Tuesday 8/27/2019 Springfield HS Home Centerville HS 7:00 PM

Thursday 8/29/2019 Wayne HS Away Wayne HS 6:45 PM

Saturday 8/31/2019 Mercy-McAuley HS Away Mercy-McAuley HS 10:00 AM

Saturday 8/31/2019 St. Henry District HS Away St. Henry District HS 12:00 PM

Tuesday 9/3/2019 Springboro HS Away Springboro HS 6:45 PM

Thursday 9/5/2019 Fairmont HS Away Fairmont HS 6:45 PM

Saturday 9/7/2019 Lakota East HS Home Centerville HS 12:00 PM

Tuesday 9/10/2019 Beavercreek HS Home Centerville HS 6:45 PM

Monday 9/16/2019 Bellbrook HS Home Centerville HS 6:45 PM

Tuesday 9/17/2019 Lebanon HS Away Lebanon HS 6:45 PM

Thursday 9/19/2019 Springboro Home Centerville HS 6:45 PM

Saturday 9/21/2019 Troy HS Home Centerville HS 1:00 PM

Monday 9/23/2019 Miamisburg HS Away Miamisburg HS 6:45 PM

Tuesday 9/24/2019 Northmont HS Home Centerville HS 7:00 PM

Tuesday 10/1/2019 Springfield HS Away Springfield HS 6:45 PM

Thursday 10/3/2019 Wayne HS Home Centerville HS 6:45 PM

Saturday 10/5/2019 Toledo St. Ursula Academy Away Toledo St. Ursual 1:00 PM

Tuesday 10/8/2019 Fairmont HS Home Centerville HS 6:45 PM

Thursday 10/10/2019 Beavercreek HS Away Beavercreek HS 6:45 PM

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SENIORS

(L-R): Dani Sargent, Kayla Cavicchioni, Scottee Johnson, Ava Penley, Evelyn Deuse

RETURNING LETTERMAN

Back Row (L-R): Stephanie Hofmann, Dani Sargent, Emma Miller, Evelyn Deuser

Front Row (L-R): Kayla Cavicchioni, Scottee Johnson, Bebe Gerken, Ava Penley

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JV VOLLEYBALL

Back Row (L-R): Anna Grace Muckerheide, Finley Coghlan, Nicole Sargent, Aubrey Hilliard, Courtney Stava, Ellie

Meyer, Gracie Bowser

Front Row (L-R): Shreaya Madireddy, Lila Kenney, Natalie Frazier, Kylia Kim, Grace Cumming, Emily Stanforth

FRESHMAN VOLLEYBALL

Back Row (L-R): Jaiden Keller, Maria Duncan, Lindsay Federici, Alyssa Rey, Anna Grim, Lauren Bey

Middle Row (L-R): Alexis Holmes, Sofija Keller, Kennedy Ruef, Julia McGeary, Kelly Grogan

Front Row (L-R): Anika Tayal

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2018 Season Awards and Honors

Season Record: Varsity 16-6

GWOC National Division Champions

Sectional Runner-up

VOLLEYBALL RECORDS

Past Season Records:

GWOC Conference/

State

Season Total Record League Record Tournament Record

1996 19-7 11-2 2nd

1997 14-10 7-0 1st

1998 21-4 7-0 1st

1999 22-4 7-0 1st District Champions

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

2017 22-3 12-0 1st District Runner-up

2018 16-6 10-1 1st Sectional Runner-up

All-Ohio Division 1 Honors:

1990 – Jill Perry (3rd Team) 2011 – Janna Krafka (2nd Team)

1998 – Ellen Meyer (3rd Team) 2013 – Baylee Johnson (2nd Team)

2005 – Jordan Brodosky (2nd Team) 2017 – Scottee Johnson (Honorable Mention)

2006 - Jordan Brodosky (2nd Team) 2017 – Remy Gerken (Honorable Mention)

2007 – Jenna Caylor (2nd Team) 2018 – Scottee Johnson (Honorable Mention)

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Back Row (L-R): Coach Barton, Coach Clark, Coach Parenteau, Coach Chappers

Seventh Row (L-R): Jacob Dice, Xavier Gillem, Griffin Burkle, Jaden Kaufman, Nathan Picklesimer,

Elijah Johnson, Quentin Konya, Sage Reiman, Owen Waller, Taite, Calhoun, Jackson McEldowney, Luke

Jett, Jackson Requarth, Declan Neal

Sixth Row (L-R): Connor Krause, Neil Ammer, Gabriel Day, Caleb Kauffman, Tyler Job, Larry Zhang,

Nick Perz, Brian Muller, Logan Rimkus, Paul Mays, Ryan Khosla, Grayson Atkins, Cameron Adrian,

Gabriel Lawrence, Henry Dabbelt

Fifth Row(L-R): Gabe Walter, Jacob Spaulding, Henry Gawelek, Avery Freese, Nick Tipple, Aidan Zink,

Sean Patrick Downs, Liam Juhas, Chris Dickson, Jasper Seday, Mitchell Cutler, Sam Martin, Patrick

McCafferty

Fourth Row (L-R): Evan Steade, Sam Manuszak, Eric Orf, Enjie Wang, Caden Burkle, Michael Carraher,

Jackson Trosper, Isaac Shackleford, Leo Zhang, Neal Desai, Justin Waller, Muawia Saleh

Third Row (L-R): Peter Tsatalis, Justin Davidson, Ethan Zeizer, Reid Ammer, Vincent Friesinger, Teagan

Calhoun, Bill Monroe, Gabe Duncan, Nik Smith, Parker Blosser, Aidan Downs

Second Row (L-R): Caleb Pedrdomo, Kerry Beavers, Camden Kime, Connor Fox,

Aadesh Chordia, Ryan Wolf, Peter Hall, Ahmed Abdelkadar, Enzhong Wang, Luke Baldwin

First Row (L-R): Robert Cwiekalo, Andy Cameron, Kyle Bucklew, Thomas Wisniewski, William Zhang,

Jeremy Davidson, Isaac Einstein, Russell Emmert, Dominic Smith, Dylan Flaute

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SENIORS

Back Row (L-R): Caleb Pedrdomo, Kerry Beavers, Camden Kime, Connor Fox,

Aadesh Chordia, Ryan Wolf, Peter Hall, Ahmed Abdelkadar, Enzhong Wang, Luke Baldwin

Front Row (L-R): Robert Cwiekalo, Andy Cameron, Kyle Bucklew, Thomas Wisniewski, William Zhang,

Jeremy Davidson, Isaac Einstein, Peter Hall, Dominic Smith, Dylan Flaute

RETURNING LETTERMAN

Back Row (L-R): Parker Blosser, Jacob Spaulding, Ethan Zeiser, Nick Tipple, Gabe Walter, Tyler Job,

Aidan Downs, Eric Orf

Front Row (L-R): Bill Monroe, Justin Davidson, Kyle Bucklew, Russell Emmert, Isaac Einstein, Jeremy

Davidson, Reid Ammer, Dominic Smith

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CAPTAINS

(L-R): Thomas Wisniewski, Willaim Zhang, Klye Bucklew, Isaac Einstein, Jeremy Davidson, Russell Emmert

BOYS CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE

Day Date Opponent H/A Time

Saturday 8/24/2019 Northmont Invite Away 9:40 AM

Saturday 8/31/2019 Lebanon Invite Away 8:40 AM

Saturday 9/7/2019 Mason Invite Away 10:30 AM

Friday 9/13/2019 Spartan Invite Away 1:15 PM

Saturday 9/21/2019 Saturday Night Lights Home 9:45 PM

Saturday 9/28/2019 Fairmont Invite Away 9:00 AM

Saturday 10/5/2019 Les Eisenhart Invite Away 9:00 AM

Saturday 10/12/2019 Championships Away 9:30 AM

Saturday 10/26/2019 OHSAA D1 Regional Championships Away 9:00 AM

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MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS CROSS COUNTRY

Go Boys Cross Country!

One More!

GWOC Champs

District Champs

Regional

State

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CENTERVILLE GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

Back Row: Craig Reinhart, Katie Singleton-Fitz, David Dobson, Brian Bucher, Elizabeth Bertolini, Jim Gross

Row 5: Peri Rhoads, Julia Fortman, Sierra Beismann, Carly Biederman, Mia Robillard, Kierstin Knell,

Brooke Strobel, Audrey Cline, Alayna Skidmore, Cecelia Alexander, Olivia Rauch, Mia Kaufman, Emily Hall,

Kylie Wolfe, Yasmina Elhamri, Jadyn Lyons, Eva Goorskey, Kaitlyn Carraher, Gwen Moronell, Elizabeth

Lunne, Sarah Spaulding

Row 4: Jaina Masek, Annie Baldwin, Isabelle Mumaw, Claire Bush, Samantha Jackson, Calista Mitchell,

Zoe Lis, Sophie Dull, Addison Dobson, Lilly Kitzerow, Hayley Kovacs, Tara Weathers, Isabelle Fortman,

Amina Wase, Ellie Hrin, Rachel McGarvey, Abbie Hays

Row 3: Priya Verma, Lillian Smith, Breanna Caron, Nikki Jindal, Sarah Salzman, Meighan Scarpino, Maddie

Little, Skylar Archer, Emma Bucher, Paige Benson, Ashley Malenfant, Michelle Mora, Rachel Hasseltine,

Veronica Torres

Row 2: Leah Vanbeysterveldt, Claire Maxwell, Hannah Rimstidt, Meredith Light, Molly Rose, Layla Emmert,

Muriel vanSchagen, Anna Loar, Samantha Brandt, Emma O’Brien

Front Row: Hannah Mangen, Dalia Einstein, Katie Jauch, Madison Earnest, Emmaline Raines, Emily

Coderre, Kira Markowski, Kerri Walsh, Alex Jackson

Front Row: Hannah Mangen, Dalia Einstein, Katie Jauch, Madison Earnest, Emmaline Raines, Emily

Coderre, Kira Markowski, Kerri Walsh, Alex Jackson

Not Pictured: Isabella Northenor

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HEAD COACH

David Dobson

The 2018 girls’ cross country team had an outstanding season last year. The team competed with

some of the very finest teams throughout the season and helped prepare them to take home the

State Runner-Up trophy at the OHSAA State Championships in November. The team placed 2nd at

GWOC and third at Regionals before running one of their best races at National Trail Raceway after

the meet had been delayed a week due to flooding. The team was sitting in 3rd place after a mile

but fell to 5th after the two-mile mark. Displaying great resolve and determination, the team finished

extremely well to edge past Mason by a couple of points in the final tally to become State Runners-Up

for the second time in school history. The team was led by a State Runner-Up finish by sophomore

Emma Bucher and an All-Ohio finish by junior, Kerri Walsh. They were supported by senior, Savannah

Lowe; sophomore, Nikki Jindal; senior, Rachel Whitehead; junior, Dalia Einstein, and sophomore,

Maddie Little. Junior, Alex Jackson served as the team’s alternate.

The 2019 team is preparing well for another successful season. The team returns 5 members of the

2018 State Championship team and hopes to be successful through their development of five key

core values: positive, relentless, invested, disciplined, and engaged. Several members of time in the

offseason completing a book study centered around Jon Gordon’s book The Energy Bus. In 2019,

the team will use the Energy Bus to move the team forward in positivity and hopefully be #PACKn-

READY for our journey towards success. Please join the team at any of the local meets including

our home meet, Saturday Night Lights, on Saturday, September 21!

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SENIORS

Back Row: Leah Vanbeysterveldt, Claire Maxwell, Hannah Rimstidt, Meredith Light, Molly Rose, Layla

Emmert, Muriel vanSchagen, Anna Loar, Samantha Brandt, Emma O’Brien

Front Row: Hannah Mangen, Dalia Einstein, Katie Jauch, Madison Earnest, Emmaline Raines, Emily

Coderre, Kira Markowski, Kerri Walsh, Alex Jackson

RETURNING VARSTIY

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Back Row: Claire Maxwell, Priya Verma, Maddie Little, Nikki Jindal, Emma Bucher, Emma O’Brien

Front Row: Hannah Mangen, Dalia Einstein, Katie Jauch, Madison Earnest, Kerri Walsh, Alex Jackson


GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE

Day Date Opponent H/A Time

Saturday 8/17/2019 OHSAA Preseason Invitational Away 10:00 AM

Saturday 8/24/2019 Northmont Invitational Away 9:00 AM

Saturday 8/31/2019 Lebanon Invitational (JV Only) Away 8:00 AM

Saturday 9/7/2019 Marion/IWU Invitational Away 10:00 AM

Friday 9/13/2019 Spartan Invitational Away 12:30 PM

Saturday 9/21/2019 Saturday Night Lights Home 9:00 PM

Saturday 9/28/2019 Fairmont Invitational Away TBA

Saturday 10/5/2019 Great American Invitational Away TBA

Saturday 10/12/2019 Championships Away 9:30 AM

Saturday 10/19/2019 OHSAA D1 District Championships Away TBA

Saturday 10/26/2019 OHSAA D1 Regional Championships Away TBA

Saturday 11/2/2019 OHSAA D1 State Championships Away TBA

MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS CROSS COUNTRY

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BOYS GOLF

HEAD COACH

Matthew Yux

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“2018 BOYS GOLF SEASON IN REVIEW

The Elks Boys Golf Team won the GWOC East Division and the GWOC Conference title for 2018. The

Elks placed first in their Sectional with an amazing team score of 287 or 1 under par as a team, to qualify

for a trip to the Southwest District Tournament. They went on to place fourth at Districts/Regionals one

place away from qualifing for the State Tournament.

The Elks went 3-0 in GWOC head-to-head competitions and 262-56 in season play. The Elks set CHS

records for Sectional the team score. Nick Clark, AJ Cherubini, and Eric Cherubini shot an impressive 71

or 1 under par at Sectionals each tying the Sectional 18 hole individual school record.

Individually, Centerville varsity players received several awards in the 2018 season. AJ Cherubini, Eric

Cherubini and Will Owen were all named to the All GWOC team! AJ Cherubini, Eric Cherubini, Will Owen,

Drew Smith and Nick Clark all qualified for First Team National League! Grant Geisel qualified for Second

Team National League in GWOC Honors.

LOOKING FORWARD TO THE 2019 SEASON

The Elks lose a lot of senior leaders from last year’s season: AJ Cherubini, Nick Clark, Grant Geisel, Drew

Smith, Jared Lieberman and Hyunil Kim. At least one of our golfers will be playing golf in college, AJ

Cherubini is going to play for Wittenburg in the fall!

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

in August, which draws some of the top teams in Ohio. The Elks bring back two varsity starters from

last season who both earned GWOC Honors: Eric Cherubini and Will Owen. There will be several players

battling to fill out the varsity roster and we hope to be highly competitive in the GWOC, SW Sectional, SW

District, and at the State Tournament in 2019!


VARSITY GOLD

(L:R) Coach Yux, Will Owen, Eric Cherubini, Dane Harker, Zach Hinkle, Stewart Backus, Jai Mosali, Chris

Haley, Coach Hess

VARSITY BLACK

(L:R) Hudson Roebken, Seth Steffano, Dawson Dunaway, Joey Conley, Colin Stava, Josh Welsh, Noah

Mangen, Jerrick Liu

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SENIORS

(L:R) Jerrick Liu, Jai Mosali, Zach Hinkle, Chris Haley

RETURNING LETTERMAN

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(L:R) Jerrick Liu, Will Owen, Jai Mosali, Stewart Backus, Zach Hinkle, Dane Harker, Eric Cherubini, Seth

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BOYS GOLF RECORDS

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)

2018 287 at Sectionals at Yankee Trace

Lowest Sectional Score 2007 298 at Beavercreek

2016 300 at Yankee Trace

2017 300 at Yankee Trace

2018 287 at Yankee Trace

Lowest District Score 1996 328 at Glenview West/South

2002 295 at Woodside/Highlands

2011 295 at Woodside/Highlands

2016 303 at Beavercreek

2017 311 at Glenview East/South

2018

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 1 st 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

2017 Dhaivat Pandya-32-Yankee Trace Heritage

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

Lowest Individual Sectional Score 2007 Parker Mays-68-Beavercreek GC

2016 Cooper Jones-72-Yankee Trace

2017 Jack Edwards-71-Yankee Trace

2018 AJ Cherubini-71-Yankee Trace

2018 Nick Clark-71-Yankee Trace

2018 Eric Cherubini-71-Yankee Trace

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Lowest Individual District Score 1996 Becker-79- Glenview West/South

2002 Geoff Stevens-68-Weatherwax(W/H)

2016 AJ Cherubini-70-Beavercreek GC

(medalist)

2017 AJ Cherubini-73-Glenview GC East/South

Lowest Individual 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 9 th

1984 332/338 670 6 th

1988 339/341 680 5 th

1990 369/357 726 12 th

1997 337/359 696 12 th

1999 336/346 682 9 th

2001 327/314 641 3 rd

2002 315/310 625 2 nd

2006 322/324 646 3 rd

2009 330 330 7 th

2010 340/328 668 11 th

2011 317/309 626 2 nd

2012 311/320 636 2 nd

2015 320/328 648 5 th

2016 321 321 8 th

League Champions:

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

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

2016, 2017, 2018,

(GWOC East Division Champs) 2016, 2017, 2018,

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

(GWOC Eastern Champs) 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004,

Sectional Champions: 1976, 1982, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1988, 1989, 2000, 2002, 2003, 2005, 2006,

2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2017, 2018

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

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

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

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

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GIRLS TENNIS

“The Girl’s Tennis team had a great season in 2018.

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the Black squad and 22-1 on the JV side. The Team

consisted of 5 Seniors; Ariel Alappatt, Marie-Therese

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and possibly improve upon last year’s results. The

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will step up to the challenge from day 1. They have

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Williams, Slattery, Murphy and Brandeberry, to be ready

to compete for another GWOC title.”

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Scott Long

VARSITY

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Not pictured: Reka Patel

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SENIORS

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RETURNING LETTERMAN

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The Coeds compete at regional, state, and national level dance competitions.

The Coeds are…

2019 Dayton Regional Showcase Champions

2018 Overall Ohio State Showcase Champions

2017 Pom Ohio State Showcase Champions

2016 Hip Hop Ohio State Showcase Champions

The Coeds enjoy performing for the community at CHS football & basketball games as well as the

Americana Parade and other special events. When not performing, the team also participates in

community service projects like: Making Strides Breast Cancer Walk, Zumbathon for Spirit Chain, &

a Big Sis Little Sis mentor program.

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2019-2020 COMPETETION DATES

December 14th – Centerville Solo, Duet &

Ensemble Competition

January 11th – Seton Invitational

January 26th – Oak Hills

February 2nd – East Central

February 16th – Batesville Competition

February 23rd – Centerville Competition

February 29th – Harrison (Cincinnati

Regional)

March 7th – Tipp (Dayton Regional)

March 17th – Ohio State Championships

April 3rd-5th – Showcase America Unlimited

– National Championships

COEDS VARSITY DANCE TEAM

Back Row (L-R): Megan Swanger, Ashley Reith, Emma Graham, Mireille Collier-Freed, Riley DiFilippo, Sarah

Woodard, Megan Gabrielson

Middle Row (L-R): Molly Schutter, Rebecca Mount, Natalie Cummings, Paige Squibb, Hannah Matthews,

Natalie Decuir, Chloe Mann

Front Row (L-R): Mya Savino, Emily Edwards, Katie Wilson, Olivia Perry

Not Pictured: Abby Elleman, Stephanie Reith

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RETURNING LETTERMAN

Back Row (L-R): Paige Squibb, Avery Silverberg, Nicole Sitov, Riley DiFilippo, Natalie Decuir

Middle Row (L-R): Molly Schutter, Grace Klein, Rebecca Mount, Natalie Cummings, Hannah Matthews,

Mya Savino

Front Row (L-R): Cloe Mann, Katie Wilson, Emily Edwards, Oliva Perry, Emma Graham

Not Pictured: Abby Elleman, Stephanie Reith

SENIORS

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(L-R): Emma Graham, Mireille Collier-Freed, Chloe Mann, Katie Wilson, Emily Edwards, Oliva Perry


LEADERSHIP TEAM

Back Row (L-R): Molly Schutter, Nicole Sitov, Rebecca Mount, Natalie Cummings, Hannah Matthews, Teagan

Brunello, Natalie Decuir

Front Row (L-R): Emily Edwards, Katie Wilson (Varsity Co-Captain), Mya Savino (Varsity Co-Captain), Grace

Klein (JV Captain), Oliva Perry

JV DANCE TEAM

Back Row (L-R): Wonjoo Lee, Ava Lierly, Emma Blanford, Emily Durnbaugh

Front Row (L-R): Nicole Sitov, Teagan Brunello, Grace Klein, Avery Silverberg

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Congratulations Coeds on another outstanding 2018- 2019 Season!

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Our National Grand Champions 2018-2019, Classic Div.

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