2019-2020 Centerville Athletics Winter Sports Program

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WINTER TIME IN Centerville

2019-2020 Winter 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 studentathletes

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

CENTERVILLEATHLETICS.COM

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

GWOCSPORTS.COM

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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 BOYS BASKETBALL

Welcome!

Thank you for your support of Centerville Schools and the Boys Basketball program. We are happy

to see you and hope you enjoy tonight’s game!

Our guys have worked very hard this off-season to put themselves in a position for another exciting

year of Centerville Basketball. Our schedule will be tough again with non-conference games

against successful teams from last year that are returning some of their top players - including

defending state champions Moeller, Trotwood, and Trinity Catholic, KY. This year, as in most, our

league schedule will be as difficult as any in the state. Springfield and Wayne look to again be the

top two teams in the conference, but could be challenged by a very talented Beavercreek team.

Fairmont will also be in the mix, returning several players seeing significant playing time last season.

Our guys are looking forward to the opportunity to compete at a high level against the best

players that our schedule has to offer.

The graduation of 9 seniors, who won 22 games a year ago before falling to eventual state champ

Moeller in the Regional Finals, leaves a huge hole to fill. The graduating seniors will be missed

both on the court and in the locker room. Seniors returning this year are Mo Njie (3rd), Drew

Thompson, Andre Zimmerman. Mo is our only returning player that saw significant playing time last

season. Juniors vying for varsity time this year will be Reese Clark, Max Knauer, Tre Johnson, and

Jayson Hayes. Rich Rolf returns for his sophomore season after suffering a knee injury last year

just as he was entering the varsity line-up. Other underclassmen that have a chance to contribute

to the varsity team this year are kebba Njie (So), Ryan Keifer (So), Cam Smith (So), Quinn Hafner

(So), Chase Harrison (So), Tom House (So), Gabe Cupps (Fr), and Emmanuel Deng (Fr).

Establishing consistent expectations and holding teammates accountable will be an important part

of this group’s season. If our leadership approaches the season with a sense of urgency and can

develop the trust we need to challenge each other daily in practice, we have a chance to be competitive

with everyone on our schedule.

Tough & Together!

ChopChop! Centerville Boys Basketball Coaching Staff

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BOYS VARSITY BASKETBALL

Back Row(L-R): Jayson Hayes, Tom House, Kebba Njie, Mo Njie, Tre Johnson,

Rich Rolf, Ryan Keifer, Cam Smith

Front Row(L-R): Emmanuel Deng, Max Knauer, Reese Clark, Drew Thompson,

Gabe Cupps, Andre Zimmerman, Bing Lambert, Quinn Hafner

COAHCES

L-R: Quinten Hunter, Zach Christensen, Rex Brooking, Brook Cupps, Eli Leiker,

Steven Gallagher (not pictured: Troy Stoller, Erik Fielder)

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SENIORS

L-R: Mo Njie, Drew Thompson, Andre Zimmerman, Bing Lambert

JV TEAM

L-R: Irmuun Mandakh, Adam Swenson, Luke Fullenkamp, Robert

Eberhard, Tristan Klumb, Andy Velasco, Hopson Bell

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Boys Basketball Rosters HS 2019-20

FRESHMAN TEAM ROSTERS

Varsity Roster

Centerville Boys Basketball Rosters 2019-20

Freshman Roster

# Name Grade Height Position # Name Grade Position

0 Gabe Cupps 9 6'1 G 3 Jayden Rand 9 G

2 Drew Thompson 12 6'1 G 4 Colin Gottron 9 G

3 Andre Zimmerman 12 6'1 G 5 Worthy Ebiringa 9 G

5 Mo Njie 12 6'9 F 10 Ryan Alexander 9 G

10 Ryan Keifer 10 6'4 F 11 Xavier Gillem 9 G

11 Kebba Njie 10 6'8 F 12 JP Fisher 9 G

12 Tom House 10 6'4 G 13 Daniel Antoun 9 G

13 Rich Rolf 10 6'7 F 15 Gavin Stevens 9 G

20 Bing Lambert 12 6'2 G 21 Justin Johnson 9 G

21 Reese Clark 11 6'2 G 22 Kyle Kenney 9 G

22 Tre Johnson 11 6'7 F 23 Brady Zimbric 9 G

23 Jayson Hayes 11 6'2 G 24 Jay Patel 9 G

24 Cam Smith 10 6'2 G 25 Connor Krause 9 G

32 Max Knauer 11 5'10 G 30 Matt Wilkins 9 F

33 Quinn Hafner 10 6'1 G 31 Peyton Johnson 9 F

44 Emmanuel Deng 9 6'1 G 32 James Phelps 9 F

JV Roster 33 James Erwin 9 F

# Name Grade Height Position 34 Gavin Smith 9 F

5 Hopson Bell 10 5'9 G 35 Thomas Peirron 9 F

10 Adam Swenson 11 5'9 G 40 Kenny Bellamy 9 G

12 Andy Velasco 11 5'10 G 41 Joseph Jean-Louis 9 F

13 Irmuun Mandakh 10 5'8 G Coaches - Erik Fielder (Gold), Quinten Hunter (Black)

22 Emmanuel Deng 9 6'1 G Student Assistants - Danny Le, Avry Jarret

23 Tristan Klumb 10 5'10 G

24 Luke Fullenkamp 10 6'0 G

32 Robert Eberhard 10 6'4 F

Coaches - Zach Christensen, Troy Stoller

Student Assistants - Connor Monturo, Jayden Walsworth

Back Row(L-R): Justin Johns, Jay Patel Peyton Johnson, Brady Zimbric, Thomas Pierron, James

Phelps, JJ Jean-Louis, Matt Wilkins, James Erwin, Gavin Smith

Front Row(L-R): Connor Krause, Xavier Gillem, Ryan Alexander, Collin Gottron, Kyle Kenney, JP Fisher,

Daniel Antoun, Jayden Rand, Worthy Ebiringa,Gavin Stevens

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Special Award Recipients 2019

Tough - Jason Sneed

Passionate - Ryan Marchal & Kaleb Mitchell

Unified - Ryan Ballard & Davis Mumaw

Thankful - Kebba Archimalo & Corey Burnette

Andrew Case Leadership Award: Tim Ankenbauer & Matt Pearce

Former Elk Players Now Playing in College

Erik Meiners (‘17) - Grove City College

Keegan Saben (‘17) - Thomas More University

Jevon Henderson (‘18) - Bowling Green University (FB)

Donovan Shelton (‘18) - Indiana Wesleyan University (FB)

Sam Vance (‘18) - Air Force Academy (FB)

Ryan Marchal (‘19) - Thomas More University

Corey Burnette (‘19) - University of Saint Francis (FB)

Kaleb Mitchell (‘19) - Edison State College

Jason Sneed (‘19) - Ohio State University (TR)

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BOYS BASKETBALL SCHEDULES

5 Team Schedules All 2019-20

Centerville Basketball

HS Schedule 2019-20

Notes Varsity JV Fr Gold Fr Black

Fri 1-Nov Practice Begins

Sat 9-Nov @ Hilliard Bradley Newark 10:00am 10:00am 10:00am

Sat 9-Nov v Greenview 12:00pm

Tue 12-Nov v Kings 5:30pm

Fri 15-Nov v Hamilton JV - Front; FR - Back 5:30pm 5:30pm

Sat 16-Nov @ Lima Sr Mega-Scrimmage 9:00am

Tue 19-Nov v Lakota East, Taft, Elder V - Home; JV @ LE, FR @ Elder 6:00pm 6:00pm 5:00pm

Sat 23-Nov v St Xavier V - Front; JV - Back 10:00am 10:00am

Wed 27-Nov v Bellbrook JV - Front; FR - Back 12:30pm 12:30pm

Sat 29-Nov @ Ashland Mentor 11:00am

Sat 7-Dec @ Trinity Catholic, KY 5:00 3:30 2:00

Tue 10-Dec @ Springfield 7:30 6:00 4:30

Fri 13-Dec v Wayne Hustle / Assist Club Night 7:30 6:00 4:30

Mon 16-Dec @ Mason 7:00 5:30

Tue 17-Dec v Fairmont Alumni Night 7:30 6:00 4:30

Fri 20-Dec @ Beavercreek 7:30 6:00 4:30

Sat 21-Dec v Pickerington North @ Coaches for a Cure Classic - Capital University 8:30

Sat 21-Dec v Tippecanoe 11:30 10:00

Fri 27-Dec @ Troy 4:30

Fri 27-Dec Mater Academy, FL Jr Orang Bowl, Miami, FL 1:30

Sat 28-Dec TBA Jr Orang Bowl, Miami, FL TBA

Mon 30-Dec TBA Jr Orang Bowl, Miami, FL TBA

Tue 31-Dec v Lakota East 11:30 10:00

Fri 3-Jan v Miamisburg 7:30 6:00 4:30

Sat 4-Jan v Moeller Herd Appreciation / MS Night 7:30 6:00 4:30 3:00

Mon 6-Jan v Mason 7:00 5:30

Tue 7-Jan v Ponitz 7:30 6:00 4:30

Fri 10-Jan v Lebanon Staff Appreciation 7:30 6:00 4:30

Sat 11-Jan @ Oak Hills 11:00

Fri 17-Jan @ Springboro 7:30 6:00 4:30

Sun 19-Jan v Compass Prep, AZ Flyin' to the Hoop 8:15

Tue 21-Jan @ Fairfield 7:30 6:00 4:30

Wed 22-Jan v Alter 7:00 5:30

Fri 24-Jan @ Northmont 7:30 6:00 4:30

Wed 29-Jan v Northmont 6:00

Fri 31-Jan v Trotwood Military Appreciation 7:30 6:00 4:30

Tue 4-Feb v Springfield 7:30 6:00 4:30

Fri 7-Feb @ Wayne 7:30 6:00 4:30

Tue 11-Feb @ Fairmont 7:30 6:00 4:30

Fri 14-Feb v Beavercreek Senior Night / Hall of Fame 7:30 6:00 4:30

TBA TBA v FR Tourney TBA TBA

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TBA TBA v FR Tourney TBA TBA

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Centerville Basketball

Team Records

Record

Fewest PPG - Def

Individual Records

Scoring Records

Most Points - Game

Year

Coach

19 2015 Cupps

23 2002, 2005, 2015 Staley, Cupps

18 2019 Cupps

23.7 2005 Staley

109 1964 v Northridge Marker

109 1978 v Troy Sweeten

15 2005 v Belmont Staley

1944 2002 Staley

74.7 2002 Staley

41.9 2007 Staley

Matt Kavanaugh 2007-08 21

Ben Rhoda 2002 47 pts Ben Rhoda 2001-02 20

Ben Rhoda 2002 41 pts

Ben Rhoda 2001 40 pts Ben Rhoda 2001-02 203

Ben Rhoda 2000-2001-2002 14

Ben Rhoda 2000-2001-2002 3

Matt Kavanaugh 2007-08 201

Ben Rhoda 2000-2001-2002 473

Ben Rhoda 2001-02 18

Ben Rhoda 2000-2001-2002 56 Matt Kavanaugh 2007-08 18

Most Double Figure Scoring Games - Career

Ben Rhoda 2000-2001-2002 66 Matt Kavanaugh 2007-08 140

Most Points - Season

Ben Rhoda 2002 720

Ben Rhoda 2001-02 136

Ben Rhoda 2001 565 Ben Rhoda 2000-2001-2002 329

Matt Kavanaugh 2008 478

Scott Grote 2005 459 Chris Spears 2001-02 95.9% (47/49)

Mike St. Pierre 1999 446

Joey Weingartner 2015 426 Alex Welp 1996-97 83.4% (108/127)

Chris Spears 2002 421

Chris Spears 2003 401 Chris Spears 2001-2002-2003 82.0% (146/178)

Jake Replogle 2013 380

Alex Welp 1997 376 Alex Welp 1996-97 12

Most Points - Career

Most Regular Season Wins

Most Wins in a Season

Consecutive Wins

Largest Margin of Victory - Season

Most Points in Game

Made 3s - Game

Points in Season

Most PPG - Off

Most Games Over 30 Points

Most Games Over 40 Points

Most Consecutive Scoring Games in Double Figures

Ben Rhoda 2000-2001-2002 1577 Ryan Marchal 2018-19 33

Matt Kavanaugh 2007-2008-2009 1250

John McEldowney 1967-1968-1969 1031

Chris Spears 2001-2002-2003 897 Ben Rhoda 2002 25 v Belmont

Alex Welp 1995-1996-1997 844

Highest Scoring Average - Season

Ben Rhoda 2002 27.69 ppg

Free Throw Records

Most Free Throws Attempted - Game

Most Free Throws Attempted - Season

Most Free Throws Attempted - Career

Most Free Throws Made - Game

Most Free Throws Made - Season

Most Free Throws Made - Career

Highest Free Throw % - Season (less than 50 attempts)

Highest Free Throw % - Career

Most Consecutive Free Throws Made - Game

Most Consecutive Free Throws Made - Season

Field Goal Records

Most Field Goals Attempted - Game

Most Field Goals Attempted - Season

1957 - 2019

Highest Free Throw % - Season (more than 100 attempts)

Ben Rhoda 2002 414

Most Field Goals Attempted - Career

Ben Rhoda 2001 24.56 ppg Ben Rhoda 2000-2001-2002 968

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Mike St. Pierre 1999 23.5 ppg Most Field Goals Made - Game

Matt Kavanaugh 2008 20.7 ppg Ben Rhoda 2002 19 v Belmont

Highest Scoring Average - Career

Most Field Goals Made - Season

Ben Rhoda 2000-2001-2002 21.90 ppg (72 g) Ben Rhoda 2002 274

Matt Kavanaugh 2007-2008-2009 18.65 ppg (67g) Most Field Goals Made - Career

John McEldowney 1967-1968-1969 16.36 ppg (63g) Ben Rhoda 2000-2001-2002 601

Assist Records

Most Assists - Game

Highest Field Goal % - Season

Ben Rhoda 2001 0.669

Logan Leen 2002 14 Nate Grover 1993 0.658

Kyle Couvion 2006 12 Highest Field Goal % - Career

Most Assists - Season

Ben Rhoda 2000-2001-2002 62.0% (601/968)

Logan Leen 2002 153 Three Point Records

Kyle Couvion 2006 119 Most 3 Point Field Goals Attempted - Season

Most Assists - Career

Chris Spears 2002 221

Eric Ashworth 2003-2004-2005 285 (75 games) Most 3 Point Field Goals Attempted - Career

Highest Assists/Game Average - Season

Chris Spears 2001-2002-2003 402

Logan Leen 2002 7.65 apg Most 3 Point Field Goals Made - Game

Rebounding Records

Alex Welp 1997 9 v Franklin

Most Rebounds - Game

Chris Spears 2002 9 v Northmont

Merrill Durig 1957 31 reb Most 3 Point Field Goals Made - Season

Most Rebounds - Season

Chris Spears 2002 97

Tim Sain 1978 270 reb Most 3 Point Field Goals Made - Career

Most Rebounds - Career

Chris Spears 2001-2002-2003 177

Matt Kavanaugh 2007-2008-2009 636 reb Highest 3 Point Field Goal % - Season

Highest Rebounds/Game Average - Season

Matt Pearce 2018-19 47.1% (66/140)

Tim Sain 1978 12.8 rpg Joey Weingartner 2013-14 45.7% (43/94)

Blocked Shot Records

Highest 3 Point Field Goal % - Career

Most Blocked Shots - Game

Chris Spears 2001-2002-2003 44.0% (177/402)

Mo Njie 2019 12

Matt Kavanaugh 2008 11

Most Blocked Shots - Season

Mo Njie 2019 98

Matt Kavanaugh 2007 71

Most Blocked Shots - Career

Matt Kavanaugh 2007-2008-2009 180

Highest Blocked Shots/Game Average - Season

Mo Njie 2019 3.5 bpg

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MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL

8th GRADE BLACK TEAM

8th GRADE GOLD TEAM

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MIDDLE SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL

7th GRADE BLACK TEAM

7th GRADE GOLD TEAM

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BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS

Back Row(L-R): Kailee Danford, Morgan Gatto, Avery Miller, Abbie Millard, Faith Cayot

Front Row(L-R): Mara Wozniak, Chloe Reilly, Abby Powlette

SENIORS

VARSITY

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L-R: Mara Wozniak, Abby Powlette, Chloe Reilly


BASKETBALL CHEERLEADERS

FRESHMAN CHEERLEADERS JV CHEERLEADERS

Back Row(L-R): Lauren Tobe, Hannah McKnight, Claire-Michael Earl

Middle Row(L-R): Lauren Gardner, McKenna Moore

Front Row(L-R): Shelby Kerr, Ella Grow, Lauren Gantz

L-R: Ashlyn Quinn, Elliana Collins, Cara DiPietro, Maleigha

Whitaker, Alissa Rizo, Kelsey Almand

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GIRLS BASKETBALL

Welcome to the 2019-2020 Lady Elks Basketball Season. This season presents many challenges.

Each opponent we face has quality players and coaches, which will provide excellent competition

every game night. We welcome you to all our games as we hope to provide excitement in

each game. We pride ourselves in playing hard on the floor and look to make it an exciting season.

Our schedule is year in and year out is one of the most difficult in the entire state. We play each

team in our division of the GWOC two times this season along with five crossover games against

other GWOC opponents. We will also play state powers in Gahanna Lincoln, Mount Notre Dame,

Newark and Toledo Notre Dame. We also travel to Delaware to participate in the Diamond State

Classic. Each game will provide a test and coming ready to play is essential for success this season.

The Lady Elks return seven letter winners from last season: Gabby Rittinger, Emma Stanley,

Grace Stoller, Kenzie Smith, Amy Velasco, Cotie McMahon, and Molly Scott. The team continues

to work hard to integrate the players new to varsity this year with the experience of returning

players those players include Ashley Ballard, Audrey Albro, Quinn Watercutter, Megan Taylor, and

Kendal George. This team should provide excitement to the Elk Fans.

We wish all of the Centerville Teams good luck this winter and we hope to see you at a game this

season.

Head Coach Adam Priefer

CentervilleGirlsBasketball.com

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VARSITY GIRLS BASKETBALL

Back Row(L-R): Carley Jones(manager), Ashley Ballard, Grace Stoller, Molly Scott, Cotie McMahon, Gabby

Rittinger, Audry Albro, Addie Dobson (trainer)

Front Row(L-R): Megan Taylor, Quinn Watercutter, Kenzie Smith, Amy Velasco, Kendal George, Emma Stanley

SENIORS

Gabby Rittinger Emma Stanley Grace Stoller

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RECAP 2018-2019 SEASON

Record 25-3

Place in Conference: First (11-1)

Lost in Elite 8 of State Tournament

FORMER LADY ELKS PLAYING IN COLLEGE 2019-2020 SEASON

Weston Minnich

Tori Harrison

Jessica Kimbrell

Jasmine Broner

Kelsey George

Alexis Hutchison

Sam Chable

Urbana University

Wheeling Jesuit

Grove City College

Tennessee State University

Baldwin-Wallace University

Malone University

Ashland University

LADY ELKS COACHING STAFF

L-R: Brooke Brown, Mike Dalton, Adam Priefer, Mandy Priefer, Jana Bostelman, Mandy Myers

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JV GIRLS BASKETBALL

Back Row: Aliciana Ilias, Corinthia Webster, Kaysa Bast, Ellie Meyer, Kenna McQuillan, Shelby Kemp

Front Row: Isabelle Laidly , Mekhia Shipp, Kendal Lieberman, Ally Apolito, Anna Grim, Mako Nakahara

FRESHMAN GIRLS BASKETBALL

Back Row: Grace Gray, Victoria Kuol, Margo Lambert, Brooke Strobel, Izzy Clouse, Molly Parker

Front Row: Sabira Choudhury, Kate Flais, Sofija Keller, Katy Miske, Alexia Peterson

Not Pictured: Alisha Mauri

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Centerville Girls Basketball

Varsity 2019-2020

Coach:

Number Name Position Year Height

0 Ashley Ballard Post Junior 5'10"

1 Audrey Albro Guard Junior 5'8"

3 Amy Velasco Guard Junior 5'7"

5 Kenzie Smith Guard Junior 5'5"

10 Emma Stanley Guard Senior 5'5"

14 Molly Scott Post Sophomore 5'10"

15 Megan Taylor Guard Sophomore 5'8"

23 Cotie McMahon Guard Sophomore 5'11"

24 Kendal George Guard Freshman 5'9"

25 Grace Stoller Guard Senior 5'10"

33 Quinn Watercutter Guard Sophomore 5'9"

42 Gabby Rittinger Guard Senior 5'9"

50 Mekhia Shipp Post Freshman 5'11"

MGR

Carley Jones

Adam Priefer

Assistant Coaches: Jana Bostelman Mandy Myers

Centerville Girls Basketball

2019-2020 Junior Varsity

Number Name Position Year Height

10 Isabelle Laidly Guard Sophomore 5'6"

12 Shelby Kemp Post Sophomore 5'9"

20 Ally Apolito Guard Sophomore 5'5"

21 Kendal Lieberman Guard Sophomore 5'7"

23 Corinthia Webster Guard Junior 5'10"

24 Mako Nakahara Guard Sophomore 5'7"

25 Kenna McQuillan Guard Sophomore 5'9"

32 Anna Grim Guard Freshman 5'8"

33 Ellie Meyer Guard Freshman 5'10"

44 Kaysa Bast Post Sophomore 6'3"

50 Mekhia Shipp Post Freshman 5'11"

MGR Aliciana Ilias

Coach:

Brooke Brown

Centerville Girls Basketball

2019-2020 Freshman Team

Number Name Position

5 Sofija Keller Guard

12 Katy Miske Guard

13 Molly Parker Guard

21 Sabira Choudhury Guard

23 Kate Flais Guard

24 Alexia Peterson Guard

33 Izzy Clouse Post

35 Brooke Strobel Guard

42 Margo Lambert Guard

44 Grace Grey Post

45 Alisha Mauri Post

50 Victoria Kuol Post

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Coach:

Mike Dalton


Girls Basketball Statistics

RECORDS

Scoring-Game 41 Cyndi Stull 1996-1997

Scoring-Season 533 Shannon Coffee 2014-2015

488 Shannon Coffee 2013-2014

463 Cyndi Stull 1997-1998

Scoring-Career 1665 Cyndi Stull 1995-1999

Rebounding-Game 26 Cyndi Stull (2 times) 1996-1997, 1997-1998

Rebounding-Season 378 Cyndi Stull 1997-1998

Rebounding-Career 1351 Cyndi Stull 1995-1999

Steals/Recoveries-Game 11 Diane Bramlage & Jennifer Gentile 1982 & 1994

Steals/Recoveries-Season 119 Jennifier Gentile 1992-1993

Steals/Recoveries-Career 369 Cyndi Stull 1995-1999

Assists-Game 15 Kasi Perrin-Carpenter 2000-2001

Assists-Season 123 Kasi Perrin-Carpenter 1999-2000

Assists-Career 401 Kasi Perrin-Carpenter 1998-2001

Blocked Shots-Game 13 Jessica Minch 2002-2003

Blocked Shots-Season 85 Jessica Minch 2003-2004

Blocked Shots-Career 207 Jessica Minch 2002-2005

Free-Throw %-Season 82.8% Alex Henning (122 Attempts) 2010-2011

Field Goal %- Game 93% Alex Henning (13 for 14) 2010-2011

Field Goal %-Season 65.1% Katie Janky (267 Attempts) 1992-1993

Three Point Field Goal %-Season 47.0% Shannon Reilly (66 Attempts) 2012-2013

41.10% Sam Chable (107 Attempts) 2018-2019

Three Point Field Goals Made- Game 7 Bethany Krause 2013-2014

Three Point Field Goals Made -Season 53 Meredith Gunnoe 1998-1999

Three Point Field Goals Made -Career 139 Victoria Harrison 2016-2017

Most Games-Career 100 Shannon Coffee 2014-2015

100 Victoria Harrison 2016-2017

99 Sam Chable 2016-2019

97 Maggie Schutter 2011-2014

Team

Most Points-Single Game 95 Versus Springfield North December 19, 1998

Most Points-Season 1799 2018-2019

1785 2012-2013

Fewest Points Given Up-Season #ERROR! 2005-2006

Three Point Field Goal %-One Game 59% Versus Springfield North December 19, 1998

Three Point Field Goals Made- One Game 16 Versus Sidney November 30, 2017

District 15 First Team Honors

Sam Chable 2019 Abby Glover 2008

Jasmine Broner 2018 Jessica Litscher 2007

Victoria Harrison 2017 Kelsey Beals 2006

Shannon Coffee 2015 Jessica Minch 2005

Bethany Krause 2014 Christine Henning 2005

Shannon Reilly 2014 Kasi Perrin-Carpenter 2001

Alex Henning 2013 Sarah Finke 1999

Madison Rittinger 2013 Cyndi Stull 1999

Kristin Bruggeman 2011 Katie Janky 1995

All-Ohio Honors

Shannon Coffee 2013-2015

Cyndi Stull 1996-1999

Katie Janky 1994-1995

Academic All-Ohio Honors

Jessica Litscher 2007

Caitlin Beals 2008

Kristin Bruggeman 2011

Shannon Coffee 2015

Sam Chable 2019

League Championships

1976 WOL Champions

2005 GWOC Champions

2006 GWOC Champions

2007 GWOC Champions

2013 GWOC Champions

2014 GWOC Champions

2015 GWOC Champions

2019 GWOC Champions

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Howell, Jackson Mires, Brendan Fentress, John Schlade, Coach Bair

Third Row (L-R): Coach Taylor, Cyrus Imparato, Josef Schlade, Jon Bruder, Matt Atkins, Keller Holloway, Raghib

Shahid, Neil Chapman, Logan Brown, Avery Bair, Adam Auttelet, Jon Tremblay, Parker Hinkebein, Dominick

Olinger, Carsten Rettig, Kevin Kavanaugh, Coach Bair, Coach Kirby

Second Row (L-R): James Lysne, Owen Waller, Akbary Orfan, Quinn Sheppard, Ethan Trout, Spencer Meng,

Jake Walther, Broddick Wright, Jad Ghaben, Nolan Winfield, Jacob Nations, Julian Massey, Triston Jordan, Austin

Johnson, Josh Kraft

Front Row (L-R): Cole Howard, Nic Bruder, Gage Griffin, Aidan Northcutt, Simon Taylor, Sal Mauro, Luke Acuna,

Joon Park, Jamison Gilmore, Nate Stevens, Aiden Ackley, Griffin Burkle, Aleksandr Yuker, Derikson Meng, Cooper

Henderson

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IRON MAN COACHES

L-R: Head Coach Alan Bair, Assistant Coach Josh Kirby, Assistant Coach Alexander Bair,

Assistant Coach Jeff King, Assistant Coach Stephen Taylor

Back Row (L-R): Jonathan Tremblay, Austin Johnson, Logan Brown, Avery Bair, Nolan Winfield

Front Row (L-R): Spencer Meng, Jake Walther, Gage Griffin

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TEAM RECORDS

INDIVIDUAL - CAREER

Most Wins 143 Nick Kapustka (1997-00)

Most Take Downs 503 Nick Kapustka (1997-00)

Most Reversals 65 Jared Crasto (2003-07)

*Most Near Falls* 152 Drew Wiechers (2016-19)

Most Pins 78 Kyle Rose (2008-11)

Individual Tournament Titles 15 Kyle Rose (2008-11)

*League Titles* 3 Jim Pearson (1983-85)

3 Kyle Rose (2009-11)

3 Drew Wiechers (2017-19)

Quickest Pin 8 Sec. Corey Teitelbaum (2004)

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INDIVIDUAL - SEASON

Most Wins 46 Alexander Bair (2014)

Most Takedowns 193 Nick Kapustka (2000)

Most Reversals 30 Jim Gariety (2005)

*Most Near Falls* 135 Luke Acuna (2019)

Most Pins 28 Lance Wagner (2006)

Individual Tournament Titles 7 Nick Kapustka (2000)

7 Kyle Rose (2011)

Undefeated Wrestlers 34-0 Jim Pearson (1984-85)

33-0 Dave Brown (1972-73)

21-0 Nick Miller (2009-10)

35-0 Kyle Rose (2011-12)

TEAM - SEASON

Tournament Titles 5 2012-2013

Team Dual Meet Wins 16 2013-2014

Team Winning Percent 100% 1971-1972 (7-0 Record)

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CENTERVILLE ICE HOCKEY

Centerville Hockey Again welcomes a new Head Coach and New

Assistant Coaches.

Coach Dylan Abood is no stranger to the Centerville Elks. Last year

Dylan assisted on the bench and behind the scenes with the Elks where

he built strong bonds and rapport with the team. This year he steps into

the head coach position as Aaron Quick had to continue on in his Air

Force career. Dylan comes with a rich hockey history, having played

22 years of competitive hockey, 3 years of Junior Hockey in the North

American Hockey League (NAHL), and 4 years of Division 1 College

Hockey at USAF Academy.

Coach Abood’s Message to the team:

It’s my first year coaching here at Centerville HIgh School but I am

looking forward to watching the team grow not only in the sport of

hockey but off the ice as individuals as well. My hope for the team is to

create a fun, passionate, and competitive team-centric environment. My

goal for each player is to develop their skills and character both on and

off the ice through discipline, hard work, sacrifice, and teamwork.

Assistant Coach Ryan Wagner is excited to be back in the world of

High School Hockey. He is a Centerville resident with a growing family

and love for the sport of hockey. He played hockey on travel and

house leagues until he finally enjoyed his high school years on his high

school’s Varsity Hockey team at North Olmsted.

Assistant Volunteer Coach Paul Weisgarber is another U.S. Air Force

Academy grad who not only lettered every year at the academy but also

volunteer assistant coached with them. He is excited to be able to help

with the Elks this year and make it their best year yet.

COACHES

L-R: Paul Weisgarber, Head Coach Dylan Abood, Ryan Wagner

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VARSITY HOCKEY TEAM

Back Row (L-R): Paul Weisgarber, Lynn Grunkemeyer, Jack Meade, John Hall, Tessa Manszak, John

Chamberlain, Brice Donegia, Dylan Abood, Ryan Wagner

Front Row (L-R): Brooke Strayer, Jim Monroe, Josh Jones, Joe Numbers, Riley Hrin, Justin Peters,

Evan Steade, Ellie Hrin

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HOCKEY TRAINERS

HOCKEY SENIORS

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ELKS HOCKEY HISTORY

A Rich Tradition of Success

The Centerville High School Varsity Hockey Team has

a rich history of success. Founded and recognized

in 1973 as an OHSAA sanctioned varsity sport,

CHS Hockey quickly established its name in Ohio

by winning a State Title in 1979 under Coach Keith

Harring. In the years that followed, Centerville

continued its standard of excellence.

The Tim Evans Years

In 1988, Tim Evans took over the program and in his

16-year tenure established one of the most respected

and dominate varsity teams in Ohio. Under Coach

Evans, the Elks won 10 League Titles, 9 trips to the

Elite Eight of State, and 2 Final Four appearances.

The Andy Sloan Years

In 2003, the closing of South Metro (then called

“The Stick”) for one year caused the team to move

afternoon practices to Hara Arena. This change in

time and location caused Coach Evans to choose

to retire. Former Elk player Andy Sloan took over as

head coach. Under Coach Sloan the Elks remained

competitive in the SWOHSHL

Adam Frank Years

In 2007, Adam Frank, a former player under Coach

Tim Evans, was named Head Coach. In Coach

Frank’s second season, the 2009 Centerville Elks

went to the State Final Four for the first time in 12

years and only the 4th time in the program’s long

history. Under Coach Frank, the Elks won 1 League

Title, 2 Division Titles, 2 trips to the Elite Eight of

State, and 1 Final Four appearance.

Simon Excoffon Years

In 2013, Simon Excoffon was named Head Coach

of the Elks Hockey team. Excoffon led the team to a

record of 36-19-4 during his time as coach. During his

second and final season as coach, Excoffon’s team

set a team record for shorthanded goals and tied the

record for shutouts in a season, a record that had

gone unmatched for 18 years. Centerville finished the

2014-15 season ranked 9th in the District and 27th in

State but made an early exit in the District tournament

losing to top-seeded Dublin Jerome in the second

round.

The Chabut Years

The Elks, coached by Craig Chabut, competed in

the Southwest Ohio High School Hockey League

(SWOHSHL), which included teams from Dayton,

Cincinnati, and the surrounding areas. In the State

Tournament the Elks competed against SWOHSHL

and Columbus teams to earn a birth in the Final Four.

A Year of Mathis

As Craig Chabut retired to raise his two new beautiful

daughters, Centerville welcomes Scott Mathis as

our head coach. Prior to assuming his current

position, Scott served as an assistant coach for the

Beavercreek High School varsity hockey team (2016-

2017). Having a rich and in-depth experience in

hockey from his own youth to beyond the collegiate

level, Scott hopes to bring the program to a new level

of intensity, excellence, and excitement.

A Quick Year

Coach Scott had a permanent change of station in

his Air Force career and we said goodbye to one

Academy grad and hello to another. Coach Aaron

Quick comes to us from Montana where he coached

Varsity High School Hockey at Great Falls Americans

from 2014-2017. Coach Scott is excited to watch

the Centerville boys mature, grow, and develop into

a strong team of both excellence on the ice and in

character.

Abood’s Year

As Coach Quick followed his Air Force career as

did his predecessor, he left behind him a legacy of

excellence and determination. Stepping into the role

of head coach is Dylan Abood. Dylan also comes to

us by way of the United States Air Force Academy.

He not only brings a hope to grow the program with

excellence, but a desire to set it up as a team that

gives back to its community while playing great

hockey.

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ELKS HOCKEY TEAM AWARDS

Elks Leadership Award (Coaches Award) - 2019 Dominik DelGhingaro

Selected by the coaching staff, is awarded to the player whose dedication, character, leadership and

work ethic exemplifies Elks’ hockey……someone who understands that the success of the team

outweighs all personal honors.

Defensive Leader Award - 2019 Josh Seebacher

Presented to the defensive player who was the team’s most diligent defensive performer.

Offensive Leader Award - 2019 Drew Schemmel

Presented to the offensive player who was the team’s most diligent offensive performer.

Most Improved - 2019 Noah Garel

Presented to the player who made the most improvement over the course of the season.

Most Valuable Player - 2019 J.P. Siegwarth

Presented to the player who was most critical to the team’s overall success.

Terry Wielend Sportsmanship Award / Hobey Baker High School Character Award 2019

Dominik DelGhingaro

At the conclusion of each year’s hockey season, the Centerville Hockey Association has presented

the Terry Wieland Sportsmanship Award in the memory of Terry. Terry Wieland was a student at

Centerville High School from 1978-1980. He was an excellent student and a goalie for the CHS

hockey program. In July 1980, Terry was struck by lightning. In his memory, from 1983-2007, the

Terry Wieland Sportsmanship award has been given to the Senior Varsity hockey player who has

best represented the outstanding qualities that were exemplified by Terry.

Beginning in 2008, the memory of Terry’s character and sportsmanship are reflected in the State’s

Hobey Baker High School Character Award. In memory of All-American hockey and football athlete

and WWII hero, Hobey Baker, the Ohio High School Athletic Association, in cooperation with the

coaching staff of each Varsity team, selects one Senior “best kid” from each Varsity hockey team in

the state. The criteria for this award are character, sportsmanship, citizenship, teamwork, and academics.

The attitude that reflects the recipient of this award is “team before me.”

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Centerville Varsity Hockey Records

Season Records:

Note: From 1986-87 to 2004-05 League Regular Season ranking was based on overall league record and league champion

determined by best overall league record

Note: From 2005-06 to current date League Regular Season ranking is based on divisional league record and league champion

determined by winner of league tourney

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CENTERVILLE BOWLING

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JV BOYS

Back Row (L-R): Max Hamrick, Nolan Caban, Brian Schultz, Reid Almand, Maximus Wright

Front Row (L-R): Giovani Taylor, Cooper LeMaster, Cole Gregory, Joseph Mariano Jr. Lapara De Los Santos

JV GIRLS

L-R: Kelsey Driscoll, Megan Patel, Jayla Bowers, Abbie Kayata, Loiusa Hennen, Coach Willie Petit

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Centerville High School All Time Records

Girls

Team Records Score Date

Team Game 1206 2.2.15

Baker Game 300 2.25.15

2 Team + 2 Baker 2767 2.2.15

3 Game Series 3169 2.25.15

Individual

Records Athlete Score Date

High Average Lindsey Coulles 214 2002-03

Nicole Mosesso 214 2010-11

2 Game Series Megan Cook 525 2.4.15

Brogan Zengel 525 1.31.17

3 Game Series Lindsey Coulles 744 3.4.02

High Game Courtney Sipes 298 1.16.14

State Championship Appearances

Year

Finish

2018-19

2017-18

State Champions

3 rd Place

2016-17 5th Place

2015-16 5th Place

2014-15 5th Place

2013-14 5th Place Megan Cook - State Champion

2010-11 12th Place

2009-10 9th Place

2008-09 3rd Place

2007-08 State Champions

2006-07 3rd Place

2005-06 5th Place

2004-05 Tarahn Hagen (Individual) - 10th

2003-04 9th Place

2002-03 4th Place

2001-02 State Champions Lindsey Coulles - State Champion

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Year

All Ohio Team

As selected by the Ohio H.S. Bowling Coaches Association. First awarded in 2009-10

Athlete

2017-18

2017-18

Payton Watson

Brogan Zengel

2 nd

Team

2 nd

Team

1 st

2016-17

Brogan Zengel

Team

2014-15 Kira Lade Honorable Mention

1st

2013-14 Megan Cook

Team

1st

2009-10 Emily Gaines

Team

Year

Athlete

2018-19

2017-18

2016-17

Payton Watson

Payton Watson & Brogan Zengel

Brogan Zengel

2015-16 Megan Cook

2014-15 Megan Cook & Kira Lade

2013-14 Megan Cook

2012-13 Julie Brough

2011-12 Katelyn Martin

2010-11 Nicole Mosesso

2009-10 Nicole Mosesso

2008-09 Nicole Mosesso

2007-08 Kate Slanker & Seren VanEtten

2006-07 Kristen Keenan

2005-06 Chelsea Campbell

2004-05 Tarahn Hagen

2003-04 Megan Anderson

2002-03 Lindsey Coulles

2001-02 Lindsey Coulles

CHS Most Valuable Players

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Overall Records

Year Win/Loss %

2018-19

2017-18

12-0

11-1

1.000

0.917

2016-17 9-3 0.750

2015-16 9-1 0.900

2014-15 10-0 1.000

2013-14 7-3 0.700

2012-13 6-4 0.600

2011-12 6-4 0.600

2010-11 19-3 0.864

2009-10 19-1 0.950

2008-09 17-2 0.895

2007-08 15-1 0.938

2006-07 12-2 0.857

2005-06 14-2 0.875

2004-05 14-2 0.875

2003-04 7-3 0.700

2002-03 53-4 0.930

Overall Records

Year Win/Loss %

2018-19

2017-18

11-1

11-1

0.917

0.917

2016-17 7-5 0.583

2015-16 7-3 0.700

2014-15 7-3 0.700

2013-14 3-7 0.300

2012-13 7-3 0.700

2011-12 6-4 0.600

2010-11 14-8 0.636

2009-10 13-7 0.650

2008-09 14-5 0.737

2007-08 11-5 0.688

2006-07 13-4 0.765

2005-06 12-4 0.750

2004-05 11-5 0.688

2003-04 9-1 0.900

2002-03 45-8 0.849

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Centerville High School Bowling All Time Records

Boys

Team Records Score Date

Team Game 1244 1/16/18

Baker Game 300 2/8/11

2 Team + 2 Baker 2821 1/16/18

3 Game Series 3379 2/21/18

Individual

Records Athlete Score Date

High Average Kyle Cook 224 2012-13

2 Game Series Joe Shafner 567 2/8/16

3 Game Series Dylan Dobran 781 1/14/17

High Game Brian Bliss 300 1/29/13

Dylan Dobran 300 1/31/17 & 1/16/18

Wally Jaber 300 1/16/18 & 1/26/19

State Championship Appearances

Year

Finish

2017-18 3 rd Place

2016-17 3rd Place

2015-16 4th Place

2014-15 11th Place

Matthew Diamond (Individual) -

2013-14

3rd

Matthew Diamond (Individual) -

2012-13

30th

Daniel Ashenbaum (Individual) –

2011-12

49 th Place

2009-10 8th Place

2007-08 2nd Place

2004-05 3rd Place

2002-03 4th Place

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All Ohio Team

As selected by the Ohio H.S. Bowling Coaches Association. First awarded in 2009-10

Year

Athlete

2016-17 Dylan Dobran First Team

2016-17 Kyle Moyer Honorable Mention

2015-16 Kyle Moyer Honorable Mention

2013-14 Matthew Diamond First Team

2009-10 Kyle Cook Second Team

2018-19

2017-18

2016-17

CHS Most Valuable Players

Year Athlete Year Athlete

Mason Eckley & Kyle Moyer

Dylan Dobran Kyle Moyer

Dylan Dobran 2008-09

Zengel

Jake Wilson & Rob

Bret Gillson & Rob

Zengel

2015-16 Dylan Dobran & Joe Shafner 2007-08

2014-15 Dylan Dobran 2006-07 Ben Scanlon

2013-14 Matthew Diamond 2005-06 Kyle Slanker

2012-13 Kyle Cook 2004-05 Jeremy Fleck

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2011-12 Daniel Ashenbaum 2003-04

2010-11 Daniel Ashenbaum 2002-03 Jon Reitman

2009-10 Kyle Cook 2001-02 Ryan Michel

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Boys Lacrosse Rockin’ The House Since 2008

Congratulations

2019 Lacrosse Team on

their 15—6 season (The

best in Centerville

Lacrosse History!)


Austin Bacon


Mikey Collins

2019 All Region Team






Cam Bush

Mikey Collins

Bobby Gabriel

Luke Goheen

(honorable mention)

Matt Mercer

(honorable mention)

Thank you to our 2019 Sponsors








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Underage Drinking Laws

Public Awareness Campaign

Subject: Underage Drinking

Target audience:

Parents of teens

Be aware that·)

• It is illegal to host or allow teen drinking par ties in your home.

• It is unhealthy for anyone under age 21to drink

• It is unsafe and illegal for teens to drink and drive.

• Parents can be prosecuted under the law.

• Everything associated with a violation, such as personal property,

can be confiscated.

If you break the law;

• You can face maximum sentence of six months in jail and/or a

$1000 fine.

• Others can sue you if you give alcohol to anyone under 21, and they, in

turn, hurt someone, hurt themselves or damage property.

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TAKE IT TO THE HOUSE

VISIT THE NEWEST SUBMARINE HOUSE

LOCATION IN CENTERVILLE AT

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CENTERVILLE SWIM & DIVE

BOYS & GIRLS TEAM

Back Row (L-R): Malik, Pradyumna Maladkar, Ethan Robbins, Josh Bachinsky, Tyler Job, Keaton Haugen, Kyle

Dawson, Ryan Lampe, Jacob Spaulding, Gabe Stafford, Elton Cao, Alyssa Adkins

Sixth Row (L-R): Austin Irlbeck, Britton Pianki, Carson Bruner, James Jauch, Anya Barclay, Jack Cuff, Katie

McCafferty, Jack O’ Brian, Val Hogue,Grace Frank, Nickolas Calabrese, Abigal Miller,,Asia Horenziak, Rory

Galbraith, Zoe Lamb

Fifth Row (L-R): Josh Au, Krisha Bole, Rishi Desai, Laura Zipes, Kaden Heyne, Elle Temple, Mia Avera, Sophia

Fetter, Alexis Libey, Tavi Hogue, Sophia Wang, Natasha Mehan, Kaitlyn Caufield, Grace Cowell, Mia Venanzi, Audrey

Brothers, Gracie Bowser

Fourth Row (L-R): Jonas Freeman, Troy Mazzei ,Charles Schneider, David Beeler, Mckenzie Andrews, Amelie

Kava, Sarah Spaulding, Patrick McCafferty, Cece Meinking, Nikki Carfora, Elise Marek, Russell Emmert, Nick Girz,

Isabel Miller, Cidney Monbeck

Third Row (L-R): Eric Guerin, Vincent Friesinger, Taylor Crouch, Reid Hammer, Kiersten Harmon, Zoe Barclay,

Anna Woltermann, Sarah Nordin, Jessica Albert, Faith Poulton,Hannah Nordin, Pareena Patel, Tori Campbell,

Hannah Heilmann, Leah Horan

Second Row (L-R): Tim Neckermann, Sarah Nordin, Matt Stuber, Nicola Lane, Adam Whitman, Sarah Zipes,

Joshua Landsaw, Anya Horenziak, Wes Feldmeyer, Ashley Greer, Avery Hick, Leah Horan, Luke Pleiman

Front Row (L-R): Tim Neckermann, Sarah Nordin, Matt Stuber, Nicola Lane, Adam Whitman, Sarah Zipes, Joshua

Landsaw, Anya Horenziak, Wes Feldmeyer, Ashley Greer, Avery Hick, Leah Horan, Luke Pleiman

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CENTERVILLE SWIM & DIVE

Back Row (L-R): Tim Neckermann, Matt Stuber, Nicola Lane, Adam Whitman, Sarah Zipes, Joshua Landsaw,

Anya Horenziak, Wes Feldmeyer, Ashley Greer, Avery Hick

Second Row (L-R): Sarah Nordin, Sophia Henry, Braydon Kime, Kristen Bell, Camden Kime, Katy Caufield, Dylan

Flaute, Katie Jauch, Mason Wilkinson, Kylie Freese

Front Row (L-R): Tim Neckermann, Matt Stuber, Nicola Lane, Adam Whitman, Sarah Zipes, Joshua Landsaw,

Anya Horenziak, Wes Feldmeyer, Ashley Greer, Avery Hick

RETURNING LETTMAN

SENIORS

Back Row (L-R): Krisha Bole, Ryan Lampe, Keaton Haugen, Jacob Spaulding, Nick Girz, Sophia Fetter, Mia Avera, Braydon

Kime, Ella Temple, Zoe Lamb

Second Row (L-R): Anna Woltermann, Cece Meinking, Zoe Barclay, Kiersten Harmon, Mason Wilkinson, Camden Kime,

Dylan Flaute, Faith Poulton, Luke Knopf

Front Row (L-R): Laura Zipes, Taylor Crouch, Ethan Galbraith, Sarah Zipes, Eli Henry, Ashely Greer, Wes Feldmeyer, Nicola

Lane, Matt Stuber

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Phone: 937-885-7480

Fax: 937-885-7480

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OUR LEARNING CENTER OFFERS:

● Caring for ages 6 weeks to 12 years

● Kindergarten half day program

● Pre-K 1 & Pre-K 2 Programs

● Watch me grow internet program

● Transportation provided

● Before & after school programs

● Breakfast, lunch, & snack provided

● Newly expanded State of the Art Learning Center

● Dedicated teachers & staff

● Fun Summer Camp Programs

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Please come tour our center and visit our website:

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partnering with parents for the best

interest of every child. Our goal is to

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necessary to advance in education

and to be prepared for the everchanging

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Good Luck BoYS TenniS

From The 2019 Team!

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SPORTS MEDICINE

Back Row (L-R): Sammie Dominic, Ashley Jewell ATC, Brandon Craig ATC, Lynn Grunkemeyer ATC,

Ella Jandes

Front Row (L-R): Sophia Demos, Faith Poulton, Faith Cayot, Alyssa Lower

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Sometimes, Expert Treatment Happens

on a Court, Track, and Field

Schools are at the heart of a community. They are where our friends and

families come together for academics, sports and other extra-curricular

activities. A place where our youth build on their values, strengths and

encouragement for a positive future. Premier Health is proud to partner with

more than 100 schools and universities to build healthier communities.

We work hand in hand with educators to offer academic programs to stimulate

student interest in healthcare careers. And, as the official sports medicine

provider of nearly 40 high schools and colleges, Premier Health leads the

region in caring for student athletes.

Supporting our schools is just one of the many ways we’re giving back to our

community. After all, our care doesn’t just live inside the walls of our hospitals.

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COMPETITION CHEERLEADING

VARSITY COMPETITION & GAME DAY CHEER

Back Row (L-R): Emily Cauper, Caroline Grandin, Ellie Sullins, Faith Heffner, Kayla Bucklew, Cara

Hovell, Jordan Vigay, Sydney Kerr, Lucy Hurles, Lauren Gantz

Middle Row (L-R): Shelby Kerr, Morgan Gatto, Faith Cayot, Laurenn Cayot ,Abbie Millard, Lauren Mann,

Emily O’Connell, Ava Hawkins

Front Row (L-R): Olivia DeCaestecker, June Powell, Heather Murray, Alex Millard, Natalie DiPietro, Mara

Wozniak, Chloe Reilly, Abby Powlette, Melanie Zeller, Kailee Danford

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Rick Bottles

The Centerville High School

Competition Cheerleading

Squad continues to be one of

the top teams in the state of

Ohio. Most recently, the team

finished in fourth place at the

2019 OASSA State Championship

in the Division 1 Non-

Mount category. Going strong

for over a decade now, competition

cheerleading has earned 7

UCA National titles, 14 GWOC

Central division titles, 4 Overall

GWOC Champion titles and

a number of notable top-five

placements at the OASSA State

Championships. This year’s

2019-2020 squad is coached by

Rick Bottles and Windai Tolbert.

Windai Tolbert

COMPETITION CHEER SENIORS

(L:R) Natalie DiPietro, Heather Murray, Alex Millard, Abby Powlette, Mara Wozniak, Chloe Reilly

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CENTERVILLE COEDS DANCE TEAM

Back Row (L-R): Wonjoo Lee, Emily Durnbaugh, Abby Ellman, Emma Graham, Ava Lierly, Avery Silverberg,

Riley DiFilippo, Emma Blanford, Megan Swanger, Megan Gabrielson

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

Matthews, Teagan Brunello, Natalie Decuir, Sarah Woodard

Front Row (L-R): Stephanie Reith, Mireille Collier-Freed, Emily Edwards, Katie Wilson, Mya Savino, Grace Klein,

Oliva Perry, Ellie Biederman

Not Pictured: Chloe Mann

The Centerville Coeds Dance Team is entering their 60th year with 28 talented dancer

athletes. The high school program consists of a JV and Varsity team, under the direction of

CHS Dance Program Director Tenille Redmond. The Coeds are led by Sarah Izor (Hip Hop

Coach) & Rachel Feldmeyer (Pom Coach), both which are Centerville Coeds alumna.

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

CAPTAINS

(L-R): Emma Katie Wilson, Mya Savino, Grace Klein

COEDS VARSITY DANCE TEAM

Back Row (L-R): Paige Squibb, Molly Schutter, Abby Ellman, Emma Graham, Riley DiFilippo, Megan Swanger,

Megan Gabrielson

Middle Row (L-R): Rebecca Mount, Stephanie Reith, Natalie Cummings, Hannah Matthews, Natalie Decuir,

Sarah Woodard

Front Row (L-R): Mireille Collier-Freed, Emily Edwards, Katie Wilson, Mya Savino, Olivia Perry, Ellie Biederman

Not Pictured: Chloe Mann

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RETURNING LETTERMAN

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

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

Mya Savino

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

Not Pictured: Chloe Mann

SENIORS

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

Not Pictured: Chloe Mann


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 (Varstiy Co-Captain),

Grace Klein (JV Captain), Oliva Perry

JV DANCE TEAM

Back Row (L-R): Nicole Sitov, Ava Lierly, Emma Blanford, Avery Silverberg

Front Row (L-R): Wonjoo Lee, Teagan Brunello, Grace Klein, Emily Durnbaugh

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CENTERVILLE JUNIOR COEDS DANCE TEAM


CENTERVILLE ATHLETIC BOOSTERS

The Centerville Athletic Booster Club is a non-profit volunteer organization dedicated to supporting

the athletic programs and athletes in the Centerville School System.

The Booster organization helps out where our tax dollars and school budgets fall short. In the

past decade, we have funded over $750,000 in additional athletic programming for the young

people in our middle and high schools.

Last year, alone, we raised over $216,000. All of which went directly to your students’ programs

and capital improvement projects.

Please visit our website to learn more

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BEST OF LUCK LADIES

IN 2019-2020!

Congratulations Coeds on another outstanding 2018- 2019 Season!

and a special congratulations to the Juniors

Our National Grand Champions 2018-2019, Classic Div.

Your hard work shows each and every time you dance!

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Centerville Softball

Wishes all Sports

Programs

Good Luck this year

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CENTERVILLE ATHLETIC BOOSTERS

Presidential Members

The Bruder Family

Castor Construction Co. Inc.

Barb & Brad Frantom

The Gantz Family

Coldwell Banker Heritage Jeff Jett

The Mason Family

The Mays Family

The Muha/Heffner Family

Raymond & Clara Osterhage

Robert & Michele Worrell

Ring of Honor Members

The Albro Family

The Almand Family

The Beyland Family

Dr. Stephanie Brooks DMD

Kim Bucklew

The Carr Family

The Cummins Family

The Davidson Family

Joe & Myra Earley

Matthew &Melina Fox

OEM Corporation

John & Billie Glass

The Hamrick Family

Cathy Hoffmann

The Kauffman Family

Kim & Raman Khosla

Travis and Patsy King and family

The Laipple Family

The Massey Family

The McKnight Family

Pattie & Jeff Pearce

The Pfarrer Family

The Raasch Family

The Ralston Family

The Reilly Family

William and Vanessa Root

Emily Stanforth & Family

Pierre & Gloria Tismo & Family

Shay Verma

The Watercutter Family

The Wickenheiser Family

The Wilkens Family

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Golden Elk Members

Melanie Adams Family

The Bacon Family

Mr. & Mrs. Rob Berner

The Brown Family

Ms. Len Collins and Family

Bill & Cherie Colopy

Rob & Shelli Dement

The Dhaliwals

The Downs Family

The Jung Family

The Lane Family

Loris, Sarah, Loris, and Joshua

Manaresi

Beth Mires

Rebecca Mount

The Moyer Family

The Muckerheide Family

The Poulton Family

Randy and Terri Quick

The Requarth Family

The Salzman Family

The Savino Family

The Spitler Family

The Stava Family

Pam and Glenn Steade

The Stevens Family

Jeff & Sarah Umbreit

Vaughn/Bohme Family

Pete and Stephanie Vlahos

The Woodard Family

Super Elk Members

The Apolito Family

The Arnold Family

Mike & Shelly Bastian

Maxwell Borneman

The Brogan Family

The Cherubini Family

Doug and Elizabeth Cline

Chuck & Amy Cowgill

Crompton Family

The George Family

The Hallbeck family

Ted and Andrea Harker

The Hodgson Family

Mark & Heidi Judkins

The Kaiminski Family

Eric and Tiffany Kellner

The Laidly Family

Curt & Kathy Lloyd

The Markowski Family

Pete and Amy Mere

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David & Renee Moenter

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The Rohrer Family

Dana and Aaron Ronnebaum

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The Schutter Family

The Seaton Family

The Sethi Family

The Sidwell Family

Brian & Sharon Silverberg

Joe & Marlene Stuber

The Sykora-Young Family

Jeff & Kim Woolf

Joe & Sherri Zimmerman

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Elk Club Members

Ryan and Sarah Adams

The Alappatt Family

The Ali Family

The Aliaga Family

The Ammer Family

The Appalaneni Family

The Archer Family

The Arnold Family

The Au Family

Zach Auman

The Baldwin Family

The Ball Family

Scott & Dawn Balonier

The Balser family

The Bartholomew

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Susan Beam-Parker

The Bean Family

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Adam Becker

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Gracie Bowser

The Brandt Family

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Audrey Brothers

The Brown Family

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The Klein Family

Patsy & David Knopf

Karin And Greg Krause

Kathy & Jeff Kujawa

The Kunst Family

Eddie Kuper

The Larson Family

The Leedy Family

The Lenos Family

The Graham/Leones

Jeff & Jaime Lierly

The Light Family

The LIttle Family

The Loar Family

The Lokai Family

The Lunne Famly

The Madireddy Family

The Mahon Family

Thomas Maley

The Marek Family

The Marin Family

The McGeary Family

Suzanne McQuillan

The Medlin Family

Meilinger Family

The Millard Family

The Don Miller Family

The Jeff Miller Family

The Paul Miller Family

Jamie & Brian Miller

The Miske Family

Ron and Roma Mount

Andrew Nangle

The Neal Family

The O’Brien Family

The Panwar Family

Gretchen Parker

The Parson Family

The Patel Family

The Peddireddi Family

The Penley Family

The Peters Family

Angela & George

Peterson

Jeff & Patti Pickrel

The Plerron Family

Cody Potgieter

The Powlette Family

The Rardon Family

The Ray Family

The Reeder & Federici

Family

Hunter Reese

Jennifer & Doug Reid

The Rettig Family

Steffanie Reynolds

The Rhoads Family

Ron & Pam Rittinger

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Benjamin Robertson

The Robillard Family

David & Kay Robinson

Jeff Rolf

Leslie & Jim Ross

Jen & Scott Rowland

Khalid Rradouane

The Rudolph Family

The Ruef Family

The Russell Family

Brian Salo

The Samborsky Family

The Sargent Family

The Sarver Family

The Scarpino Family

The Senter Family

Nathan Staton

The Schultz Family

The Self Family

The Seppa-Brown

Family

The Shackleford Family

Jeannine Sheppard &

Family

Rick & Nancy Shields

The Shinghal Family

The Shipp Family

The Sipes Family

The Darren Smith

Family

David and Becky Smith

The Smith Family

The Snead Family

The Spaulding Family

Char Squibb

Nathan Staton

Rodney Stevens

The Sullins Family

The Tayal Family

The Taylor Family

The Adam Taylor

Family

Aleksandras Thomas

Lisa & Brian

Timmerman

The Tobe Family

The Torres Family

The Trosper Family

The Tvaryanas Family

Lisa & Brad Voss

Michelle Waller

The Ware Family

John & Barbara Warner

Amy & Arno Weller

Nicole L. Wentz

The Wesney Family

Alec West

The Westendorf/

Wozniak Family

Sydney White

Ryan and Tara

Whiteside

Todd and Lisa Wilson

The Wolters Family

The Wooley Family

Andy & Lorrie Wourms

Will Wuich

The Yerubandi Family

The Ting Zhang Family

The Jun Zhang Family

The Zhang Family

Faculty & Staff Booster Members

Jill Anderson

Patti Arndts

Dorothy Atkins

Jermaine Bailey

Alan Bair

Monica Benbow

Alison Bruner

Shauna Brunner

Erin Bucher

Stephanie Carreird

Tom Castleman

Margo Chadwick

Casey Clark

Kelly Coderre

Jane Croskey

Debbie Cullman

Brook Cupps

Mike Davis

Nancy Decuir

Lauren DeLong

Kara Dierker

Jan Dorsak

Jack Durnbaugh

Erin Elsner

Jorie K. Emmert

Christin Forbes

Joe Forbes

The Gabrielson Family

Eric Gearhart

Mary Gilbert

Jen Hatfield

Tom Henderson

Kelli Henry

Ardyn Hopf

Diana Hoyle

Christin Jeffries

Stacy Jeffries

Jen Karpinsky

Nika Katchman

Anne Keener

Dawn Kelly

Tish Kemp

Brianne Kerns

Jennifer Kirts

Mike Laughlin

Kris & Rick Lawhorn

Casey Lawrence

Anna Leaches

Scott Long

Terry Lunsford

Michele Markham

Tamara Mauro

Amy Mere

Brenda Miller

Dawn Millhouse

Sarah Mraz

Kim Myszka

Traci Oxley

Douglas Pence

Cinda Perry

Arleen Petty

Janet Place

Adam Priefer

The Risch Family

Dana Shaw

Kathy Siroky

Allison Slattery

Mary Smith

Matt Somerlot

Kathy Spyrou

Troy Stehlin

Sarah Swan

Windai Tolbert

Catherine Tsatalis

Laura Vernum-Beteau

Andrea Walther

Jacob White

Jason Whited

Julie Wilkinson

Ben Williams

Kevin Wisniewski

Bob Yux

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