2020 Athletic Boosters - Spring Program Book

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SPRING TIME IN Centerville

2019-2020 Spring 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 partnering with our athletes to help them always compete with a sense of

humility, embrace and respond to adversity in an appropriate manner and continuously strive to

reach excellence. The spring of 2020 has proven to be an incredibly difficult situation for all of

us as we have all been doing our part to battle this medical emergency that the entire world is

fighting. We are extremely grateful to our 2020 seniors that did not get to play their senior season

and ask that the underclassmen remember these seniors and carry their legacy forward as we

eventually move on this unfortunate situation. We are also very appreciative of the tremendous

support we always 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. The conference will see some changes at the conclusion of this

year but the Elks remain committed to the GWOC and will continue to be a proud member moving

forward. You can follow Centerville Athletics on twitter @chselksad. We are very proud of the

excellent athletic programs we have here in Centerville, but we are most proud of how our coaches

and student-athletes represent our school and our community, especially during these very difficult

times. Please consider becoming a member of the Athletic Booster Family by visiting elkboosters.

com Go Elks! EPND!

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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Elks Baseball Family,

CENTERVILLE BOYS BASEBALL

Thank you for the support of Centerville Schools and the Elks Baseball Program. Our guys have

worked hard this off-season to put themselves in position to “Play Best Game Last.” Our schedule

will be one of the most challenging in the state of Ohio and arguably the Midwest. We once again

will face off with some of the top teams in Ohio (Moeller, St X, Mason, Elder) while also competing

in two PBR events (PBR Classic and PBR Showcase). We also look forward to competing for the

GWOC National Title with the likes of Beavercreek, Fairmont, Springfield, and Wayne. We look

forward to playing at a high level on a day to day basis against such terrific programs. After graduating

8 seniors, we have numerous areas to address going into the 2020 season. However, we

are fortunate to return 10 letter winners and a strong senior group that is prepared to take steps

towards leading our program on and off the field for 2020. Seniors Alex Beyerle, Chris King, Luke

Miller, Will Rahe, Joe Requarth, and Ben Wesney are the leaders of the program. They will be

joined by returning letter winners Tad Ferrell, Matt Graveline, Kyle Mahon, and Ethan Muckerheide.

We also have a strong group of sophomores and freshmen that will compete to help the Varsity

squad. Holding ourselves to a high standard on and off the field while also upholding our cultural

values of Family, Attitude, Skill, and Team will help determine where this season will take us. We

look forward to having you as a part of the journey.

HEAD COACH

Jason Whited

Jason Whited was selected to take over the

Centerville Elks program in June 2014. Whited

was chosen to take over for Miami Valley Baseball

Coaches Association Hall of Famer Terry Dickten

who he had served under as an outfield and pitching

coach for the four years. During his tenure as an

assistant for the Elks they were able to achieve a

record of 78-27 and win 3 GWOC Championships,

2 Sectional Titles, obtain 3 20 win seasons, and

help 14 players go to play at the next level. Prior to

joining the Elks program Jason served as the head

coach for Waynesville High School and achieved a

two year record total of 22-27. Since being chosen

to take over the Elks Program Coach Whited has

had 17 players go to play in the college ranks, 7 1st

Team All Area Players, 6 All GWOC Players, and 4 All

State Players. Coach Whited also currently serves

as the Miami Valley Baseball Coaches Association

Hall of Fame Coordinator and owns and operates

Just Winning Baseball, LLC. Jason teaches Social

Studies at Centerville High School and is married

to wife Amy and is the proud father to daughter

MacKenzie and son Jax.

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BOYS VARSITY BASEBALL

Back Row(L-R): Head Coach Jason Whited, Doug Walls, Ben Wesney (C), Tad Farrell, Nick

Meade, Max Whitesell, Ethan Muckerheide (C), Zak Kent, Dane Robinson, Chris Bartholomew,

Hunter Chillinsky, Matt Graveline, Jake Paulick, Zach Pfarrer, Mike Murphy, Terry Dickten

Front Row(L-R): Chris King, Alex Beyerle (C), Kyle Mahon, Will Rahe, Jake Miller, Brady

Knight, Luke Miller, Anton Mere, Matt Gearhart, Joe Requarth, Simon Willsey, Aiden Sutter

COAHCES

L-R: Terry Dickten, Tyler Klepach, Ron Fernandez, Chris Kuhn, Kent Maki, Jason Whited, Doug Walls,

Mike Murphy, Coleton Hammond, and Pat Reynolds

Not Pictured: Dave Ball

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SENIORS

L-R: Will Rahe, Chris King, Luke Miller, Joe Requarth, Alex Beyerle, Ben Wesney

VARSITY CAPTAINS

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L-R: Alex Beyerle, Ethan Muckerheide, Ben Wesney


RETURNING LETTERMAN

L-R: Will Rahe, Chris King, Tad Farrell, Luke Miller, Joe Requarth, Alex Beyerle,

Ethan Muckerheide, Ben Wesney, Matt Graveline, Kyle Mahon

JVA TEAM

Back Row(L-R): Coach Coleton Hammond, Will Wuich (C), Noah Corbin, Colin Becker (C), Jackson

Bayne, Collin Ellingson, Brady Zimbric, Nathan Wozniak, and Coach Pat Reynolds

Front Row(L-R): Luke Sutter, Nic Bruder, Braden Balser, Keb Garrett, Kyle Kenney, Ryder Bliss, Ben

Ellinger, Brody Lavigne

Not Pictured: Coach Dave Ball

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FRESHMAN TEAM

Back Row(L-R): Coach Kent Maki, Coach Tyler Klepach, Max Doepker, Jackson Goecke, Jacob

Dice, Alec Davenport, James Erwin, Aaron Tobe, Cohen Chillinsky, Coach Chris Kuhn, and Coach Ron

Fernandez.

Front Row(L-R): Donnell High, Cole Huxtable, John Woodard, Yash Jain, Kenny Bellamy (C), Will Jentoft,

Mark Maruca (C)

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CENTERVILLE SOFTBALL

Back Row(L-R): Alex Vaughn, Jazilyn Hilligas, Emma Schutter, Shahidah Shipp, Brooke Strobel, Ashley

Arnold, Katie Warner

Front Row(L-R): Mallory Carr, Sam Ross, Anna Kauffman, R’Kaya Shipp, Sydney Pilgrim, Hannah Inman,

Natalie Frazier, Morgan Sidwell, Lana Mullins

COACHES

L-R: Varsit CoachWendell Hutchinson, JV Coach Laurel Hopf

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VARSITY SOFTBALL

SENIORS

L-R: Jazilyn Hilligas, Samantha Ross, Morgan Sidwell

JV TEAM

Back Row(L-R): Coach Laurel Hopf, Mallory Carr, Lana Mullins, Paige Parson, Rylie McCall,

Lindsey Frost, Alex Vaughn, Jayden Wilkin

Front Row(L-R): Madelyn Herman, Cidney Monbeck, Emma Byler, Emmie Starkey, Rylee Yauger,

Allie Hays

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BOYS & GIRLS TRACK

HEAD COACH

Matt Somerlot

Girls Track 2020

The girls track team picked up right where they left off last winter and return to the state indoor meet with 6 individual

qualifiers. Maddie Welsh (Pole Vault), Ellie Spiewak (Pole vault & Triple Jump), Kerri Walsh (3,200 meters), Mia Robillard

(1,600 meters) and Meghan Hodges (weight throw) will all represent the elks at Spire Academy at the state meet.

The girls had 8 additions to the top 5 board, 1 school record this indoor season. This will be a huge help as we head

into outdoors!

The outdoor season will kick off this year as we will travel back to Hardin valley Academy in Knoxville, TN to open the

season. Our spring break trip will take us to the Hardin Valley Invitational, one of the best meets in Tennessee and

a great early season start point for our young team. The 45th Elk Relays has the strongest team line up ever and the

team will travel to Columbus twice in the regular season plus the Wayne and Mason Invitational, long time staples in

our schedule. We believe that these meets will build off of what we have done indoors and will create opportunities for

our student athletes to contend for the 2020 state championship in June at OSU Jesse Owens Stadium.

Boys Track 2020

The boys track team qualified the 4 x 400 relay team (Weller, Anderson, Callahan, Stevens) and the 4 x 200 relay

team (Fullenkamp, Lynn, Sims & Callahan) to the state Indoor championships this winter. Cameron Stevens (200/400),

Kristopher Artis (weight throw), Matthew Stuber (weight throw), and Nathan Lynn (Triple Jump) all qualified individually

as well. The boys competed all over Ohio and Kentucky and placed 11 new top 5 performances and built a great deal of

depth and experience as we head into outdoors. In all we had more individuals compete indoors this year than we have

the past five years, a great sigh if things to come in the future!

The outdoor season will kick off this year as we will travel back to Hardin valley Academy in Knoxville, TN to open the

season. Our spring break trip will take us to the Hardin Valley Invitational, one of the best meets in Tennessee and

a great early season start point for our young team. The 45th Elk Relays has the strongest team line up ever and the

team will travel to Columbus twice in the regular season plus the Wayne and Mason Invitational, long time staples in

our schedule. We believe that these meets will build off of what we have done indoors and will create opportunities for

our student athletes to contend for the 2020 state championship in June at OSU Jesse Owens Stadium.

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BOYS VARSITY TRACK

Back Row(L-R): Ben Karpinsky, Brianne Kerns, Greg Hargrove, Kensie Miller, Cedric Tolbert, Windai Tolbert, Tim McClain, Whitney

Beachler, Matt Somerlot, Trey Coleman, Corey Burnette, Sr., Jerry Apt, Philip Kirby, Kevin Walsh, Will Wilson

Row 10(L-R): JP Fisher, Peyton Johnson, Emmanuel Deng, Nathan Picklesimer, Dominic Ciarlariello, Alex Combs, Michael Lee,

Hayden Hansen, Gabriel Lawrence

Row 9(L-R): Matthey Karpinsky, Logan Dietz, Andrew Andrews, Jackson McEldowney, Kaden Jain, Jeremy Eatough, Adrian Taveras,

Luke McCarty, Cole Cohen, Austin Johnson, Aidan Northcutt, Ikechi Nwokors, JJ(Joseph) Jean-Louis, James Phelps, Cameron Gay

Row 8(L-R): Carter Fairbanks, Tamim Gumati, Brandon Trigg, Sean Cole, Neil Ammer, Malese Nichols, Jack Paulson, Tommy Pierron,

Aleks Yuker, Jaden Kaufman, Luke Jett, Jack Requarth, Brody Miller, Declan Neal, Xavier Gillem, Dahntay Hogsard

Row 7(L-R): Jacob Mullinger, Adrian Fosuh, Mark Inbody, Josh Kovacs, Colin Sarver, JJ Wipasina, Adam Vondrell, Justin Lloyd,

Preston Jason, Joel Irvin, Owen Currie, Isaac Schultz, Tyler Pennucci, Nick Perez, Paul Mays Sean Downs, Jaskson Mires, Ahmed

Mahmoud

Row 6(L-R): Nithin Krishnamurthy, Canyon Grim, Ben Compton, Connor Lawson, Enjie Wang, Samir Lohana, Jasper Seday,

Demetrius Williams, Mitchell Cutter, Own Ralston, Mohammad Mustafa, Evan Kotapuri, Aidan Zink, Ryan Khosla, Caleb Kauffman,

Liam Juhas

Row 5(L-R): Russell Emmert, Joshua Pupree, Brogan Mason, Aaron Lochra, Bryce Picklesimer, Henry Gawelek, Khalid Davis, Jacob

Spaulding, Nate Rojas, Emmanul Roy, Quinn Anderson, Bryant Callahan, Luke Fullenkamp, Max Green, Daniel Langdon, Connor

Boring

Row 4(L-R): Reid Ammer, Justin Davidson, Chidumebi Ezigbo, Parker Hinkebein, Dylan Sessions, Aaron Stepp, Walter Watkins,

Jonas Freeman, Kameron Fritz, Tre Stargell, Cameron Stevens, Samuel Kessrer, Jonah Schneider, Nathan Smith, Tyler Job

Row 3(L-R): Thulani Burnley, Kyshawn Davis, Enoma Imuetinyan, Bryce McMahon, Neil Chapman, Jackson Guirnalda, Michael

Conley, Daniel Auman, Colin Wiseman, Nathan Davis, Camden Kime, Aidan Downs

Row 2(L-R): Richie Jones, Matt Erickson, Aaron Varner, Cale Cokley, Luke Saunders, Devin Gum, Dominic Smith, Ryan Flanagan,

Arthur Verstuyft, Landon Dull, Noah Roley

Front Row (L-R): Alex Weller, Matt Stuber, Nathan Lynn, Jeremy Davidson, Thomas Wisniewski, Connor Fox

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GIRLS VARSITY TRACK

Back Row(L-R): Ben Karpinsky, Brianne Kerns, Greg Hargrove, Kensie Miller, Cedric Tolbert, Windai, Tolbert, Tim

McClain, Whitney Beachler, Matt Somerlot, Corey Burnette, Sr.,Trey Coleman, Jerry Apt, Philip Kirby, Kevin Walsh, Will

Wilson

Row 10(L-R): Sofija Keller, Alexis Holmes, Kaitlyn Carraher, Julia Francis, Maria Shahid, Alisha Mauri, Genevieve

Legawiec, Kierstin Knell, Peri Rhoads, Leah Napier, Isabel Matus, Scarlett Cawthon, Nkeoma Ezigdo

Row 9(L-R): Maggie Carter, Madi King, Anna Weller, Shae Thobe, Sam Zidar, Ellie Meyer, Edy Paul, Maria Duncan, Amy

Albert, Gwen Moronell, Elizabeth Lunne, Caroline Schneider

Row 8(L-R): Izzy Clouse, Kate Flais, Bella Ball, Lauren Thompson, Jaida Savino, Audrey Cline, Alayna Skidmore, Carly

Biederman, Mia Robillard, Cecelia Alexander, Skyler Hill, Serenity Russell, Lauren Tobe, Kelsey Almand

Row 7(L-R): Hitomi Shimokubo, Yok Chinpathirunkul, Kyndall Coker, Mariah Francis, Victoria Kuol, Isabelle Cox, Jaina

Masek, Isabella Fortman, Victoria Francis, Sophie Dull, Samantha Jackson, Zoe Lis, Megan Taylor, Lindsay Burger, Addie

Dobson

Row 6(L-R): A’Layna Phillips, A’Niia Stroud, Lauren Oliver, Sabahat Ahsan, Preethi Kathirvel, Jasira Gosin, Yoselyn

Gaitan, Abigail Hays, Francesca Irwin, Calista Mitchell, Lauren Hoyle, Abbey Loree

Row 5(L-R): Jenna Fisk, Sarah Alshorah, Abbey Harnen, Karen Kaur, Mia Baker, Nevaeh Melton, Jasmin Wang,

Marianna Moell, Kylee Mathews

Row 4(L-R): Meighan Scarpino, Rachel Nissen, Priya Verma, Karoline Harshbarger, Sara Klein, Ava Chiudioni, Olivia

Calhoun. Josie George, Ashley Malenfant, Skylar Archer, Emma Bucher

Row 3(L-R): Athenna Pate, Marah Shafer, Sydney Kerr, Emma Reeder, Amara Bullard, Graceann Tismo, Avery Miller,

Camila Gamero, Ellie Spiewak

Row 2(L-R): Jessenia Gosin, Asma Ahsan, Misgana Sciabica, Sarah Nordin, Chloe Spitler, Grace Stoller, Claire

Buchenroth

Front Row (L-R): Rachel Fletcher, Alaina Croskey, Maddie Welsh, Abby Kuper, Ella Snead, Meghan Hodges, Kerri Walsh

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GIRLS CAPTAINS BOYS CAPTAINS

L-R: Alex Weller, Matt Stuber, Nathan Lynn, Jeremy Davidson, Thomas

Wisniewski, Connor Fox

L-R: Rachel Fletcher, Alaina Croskey, Maddie Welsh, Abby Kuper, Ella Snead,

Meghan Hodges, Kerri Walsh

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RETURNING LETTERMAN

BOYS

Back Row(L-R): Chidumebi Ezigbo, Aaron Lochra, Bryant Callahan, Kameron Fritz, Bryce McMahon,

Neil Chapman, Jonah Schneider, Colin Wiseman, Tyler Job

Middle Row(L-R): Jacob Spaudling, Justin Davidson, Parker Hinkebein, Cameron Stevens, Luke

Fullenkamp, Dominic Smith, Aidan Downs, Russell Emmert, Quinn Anderson

Front Row(L-R): Cale Cokley, Alex Weller, Matt Stuber, Nathan Lynn, Jeremy Davidson, Connor Fox

GIRLS

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Back Row(L-R): Calista Mitchell, Francesca Irwin, Sara Klein, Megan Taylor, Marianna Moell, Nevaeh

Melton

Middle Row(L-R): Rachel Fletcher, Emma Bucher, Avery Miller, Ellie Spiewak, Grace Stoller, Claire

Buchehroth, Kerri Walsh

Front Row(L-R): Alaina Croskey, Maddie Welsh, Abby Kuper, Ella Snead, Meghan Hodges


SENIORS

GIRLS BOYS

Back Row(L-R): Thulani Burnley, Richie Jones, Matt Erickson, Bryce McHahon, Neil Chapman, Jackson

Guirnalda, Michael Conley, Daniel Auman, Colin Wiseman, Nathan Davis

Middle Row(L-R): Aaron Varner, Cale Cokley, Luke Saunders, Devin Gum, Dominic Smith, Ryan

Flanagan, Arthur Verstuyft, Landon Dull, Noah Roley, Camden Kime

Front Row(L-R): Alex Weller, Matt Stuber, Nathan Lynn, Jeremy Davidson, Thomas Wisniewski, Connor Fox

Back Row(L-R): Jessenia Gosin, Asma Ahsan, Misgana Sciabica, Sarah Nordin, Chloe Spitler, Grace

Stoller, Claire Buchenroth

Front Row(L-R): Rachel Fletcher, Alaina Croskey, Maddie Welsh, Abby Kuper, Ella Snead, Meghan

Hodges, Kerri Walsh

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CENTERVILLE BOYS TENNIS

2019 Boy’s Tennis Recap

The Boy’s Tennis team had a great season in 2019. Posting a 14-4 record for the Gold Team

and a 12-5 record for the Black squad, 17-2 on the JV side, and 7-1 for the Middle School Team,

while being the GWOC Champions. The Team consisted of 9 Seniors. Great thanks go out to

all of the players, parents, and fans that contributed to a fantastic season and Good Luck in the

upcoming season!

Team Record: Varsity Gold: 15-3, MVTCA Team of the Year, Final State Poll Rank: #9

Varsity Black: 11-8 Junior Varsity: 17-3 Middle School: 7-1

Team Awards: 1st place in GWOC

All-Conference: Will Owen, Dhruv Gollamudi, and Ryan Peters

All-League: Will Owen, Dhruv Gollamudi, Ryan Peters, Rishi Appalaneni, Grant Smith, Brandon

Rowland, and Tairan Zhang

All-Area: Will Owen, Dhruv Gollamudi, Ryan Peters, Rishi Appalaneni, Grant Smith, Brandon

Rowland, and Tairan Zhang All-Area Academic Team: Dhruv Gollamudi, Rishi Appalaneni, Grant

Smith, Brandon Rowland, Tairan Zhang, Mir Ali, Mack Buttram, Ryan Dhaliwal, Ryan Dubuc,

Shravan Kalahasthy, Rohit Kishinchand, and Christian Lopez-Vogler All-State Academic Team:

Dhruv Gollamudi, Rishi Appalaneni, Grant Smith, Brandon Rowland, Tairan Zhang, Mir Ali, Ryan

Dhaliwal, and Shravan Kalahasthy

2020 Preview:

Looking ahead at the upcoming season counts on the 10 returning varsity letter earners from

last year. With the great success these boys had in 2019, they are wanting nothing less but to

improve. The schedule is a tough run of 22 matches and the team will step up to the challenge

from day 1. They have been working all year long with Coach Long, Laughlin, Willams, and

Slattery to be ready to defend their GWOC title.

COACHES

(L-R): Mike Laughlin, Ben Williams, Scott Long, Allison Slattery

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RETURNING LETTERMAN

Back Row (L-R): Kunal Panwar, Ryan Peters, Sreekar Gollamudi, Rishi Appalaneni, Colin Brown

Front Row (L-R): Tairan Zhang, Blake Edwards, Ryan Dubuc, Will Owen

SENIORS

(L-R): Rishi Appalaneni, Tairan Zhang, Ryan Dubuc

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Centerville Boy’s Tennis Honors

Western Ohio League / Greater Western Ohio Conference Titles

1971, 1976, 1977, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990,

1991, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004,

2005, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019

District/Regional Team Championships State Team Championship

1985, 1986, 1987, 1988, 1990, 2004 1988

State Team Runners-Up State Team 3rd Place Finish 1985, 1986, 1987, 1990 2004

Individual State Honors Greg Seilkop Champion 1986

Greg Seilkop Champion 1987 Greg Seilkop Runner-Up 1988 John Amos 3rd Place

1989

John Amos Champion 1990 Justin Kronauge Champion 2004

Doubles State Honors Gregg Barnheiser / Dave McSemek Runner-Up 1977

Pat Hagan / Vinay Reddy 3rd Place 1997

Brad Boll / Ruben Geeraert 3rd Place 2008

Coaches:

Scott Long, Head Coach Mike Laughlin, Assistant Coach

Ben Williams, Assistant Coach Allison Slattery, Assistant Coach

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CENTERVILLE BOYS VOLLEYBALL

Reflections and Goals

The Elks look to bounce back from the 2019 season and compete in the Ohio High School Boys Volleyball

State Tournament in Columbus!

The 2019 Boys Volleyball Team completed the program’s Fifteenth season. One elk was named to West

Region honors-Senior Clay Devilbiss to First Team.

This season promises to be another exciting one for the Elks as the team is ready to continue the strong

tradition of success. The 2020 team returns ten varsity players from last year’s squad. This year’s players

include Seniors Chris Sucato, Nick Abuyuan, Joe Ely, Matt Jaeger, Milan Shah; Juniors Ethan Stuart, Colin

Stava, Justin Waller, Michael Johnson, Nate Madding; Sophomores Corey Holbrook, Aiden Buirley, Kevin

Whitehead; Freshman Parker Rings. Many of these players spent the off-season training and playing on club

teams to hone their skills. They are ready for the challenges of the 2020 season.

The Elks were scheduled to play a very aggressive schedule against many of the top ranked teams from

the Dayton area and across Ohio. But due to the COVID-19 our schedule has changed. We will be playing

a League schedule, and possibly a couple more matches for this short season. The regular season will wind

down Senior Night on June 8th against Kettering Fairmont. Regional post-season play commences the

week of June 5th at the top two seeded schools, culminating with regional finals on Saturday, June 13th at

Centerville High School.

Great things await the boys’ volleyball program this season as all the teams strive to uphold the program’s

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own chapter in the history of Elks Volleyball with their sights set on the opportunity to play for the state

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The Centerville Jazz Band is Centerville High School’s nationally recognized and award winning Marching Band. Their unique

sound and visual design have been entertaining audiences and adjudicators year after year. With over 180 members, the

Centerville Jazz Band is one of the largest student organizations on campus. This past summer the students began working on

their 2019 competition show entitled, “Rhapsodic”. The show features familiar and exciting music from George Gershwin’s

“Rhapsody in Blue”, and Queen’s “Bohemian Rhapsody”, with several other themes mixed in.

In addition to performances at football games, the band travels locally and nationally in a variety of competitive circuits. Last

year, the band was a 2nd place finalist at the Bands of America Oxford Regional, and was a 12th place finalist at the Bands of

America Indianapolis Super Regional. At Bands of America Grand Nationals, the Centerville Jazz Band advanced to semi-finals

competition finishing 26th among a field of over 100 bands. The Centerville Jazz Band was recently selected to perform

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36HEAD COACH

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CENTERVILLE BOYS LACROSSE

Troy Stehlin

We are looking forward to the 2020 season with seven seniors of which

three have committed to play collegiate lacrosse. The season schedule

is an ambitious one that hopes to prepare players for another state

tournament run. Some highlights include playing the most-winningest

program in MHSAA history, Brother Rice HS, and taking on perennial

Ohio powerhouse, Upper Arlington HS. The program will focus our

efforts on our leadership principles FAMILY and RELENTLESSNESS.

We hope that anyone who attends our game will come away with the

impression of a family-like teamwork and relentless attitude on the field.

Head Varsity Coach: Troy Stehlin

L-R: Troy Stehlin, Thomas Ravlin, Connor Carroll

Coach Stehlin is entering his fifth season as Head Coach at Centerville

High School. Prior to the head coach job at Centerville, Troy worked

with Coach Tim McKay at Indian Hill High School as a JV head coach

and Varsity Assistant. During his coaching career, Coach Stehlin has

had opportunities to coach at the Naval Academy and numerous

summer tournaments with the Cincy Royals amassing wins against

Leading Edge (NJ), Casey Powell’s World Lacrosse (FL), and PROMO

(MO). Troy became the winningest varsity coach in Centerville lacrosse

history during the 2019 season and achieved the most wins in a single

season (18) in that same season. Troy is proud to have coached players

that have gone on to play at Mount Union, Capital University, Roanoke,

Denver University, University of Dubuque, Ohio State University,

UMass-Lowell, Bellarmine, Ohio Wesleyan University, and Otterbein

University. He works as an English teacher with Centerville City

Schools. Coach Stehlin loves spending time with his wife Caroline, son

Quinn, and dog Jake when he is away from lacrosse.


VARSITY BOYS LACROSSE TEAM

Back Row (L-R): Coach Stehlin, Andrew Frantom, Jason Rohrer, Matthew Mercer, Justin Bemis,

Nicholas Fox, Justin Brogan, Gage Kettlewell, Coach Carrol

Middle Row (L-R): Colin Brunner, Austin Bacon, Ben Gabriel, Trayce Cowgill, Mitch Eads, Sam Wentz,

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CENTERVILLE GIRLS LACROSSE

COACHES

(L-R): Emma Ferguson, Makenna Mahon, Regan Gardner, Kayla DeSanctis, Anna

Roncagli, Joe Miller, Nick DeSanctis

Kayla DeSanctis, Head Coach

Coach DeSanctis enters her first year at the helm after serving as the head JV coach for the last two seasons. A three sport athlete in

high school herself, coach DeSanctis is a chemistry teacher at Centerville High School and is excited for the season. With a focus on

creating a positive culture through service and team building, she looks forward to see what this group can accomplish both on and off

the field.

Emma Ferguson ‘10, Associate Head Coach- Offensive Coordinator

Coach Ferguson returns to the sideline for her third season with the Lady Elks. This season, Coach Ferguson will serve as the JV

head coach and Varsity Offensive Coordinator. A former starting center on the Lady Elks lacrosse team, she brings a wealth of playing

experience to the sidelines.

Nick DeSanctis, Assistant Coach- Defensive Coordinator

Coach DeSanctis will serve as the Varsity Defensive Coordinator and work with new goalies in his first year on the sidelines. His

career includes working in an external relations role for the lacrosse programs at Roanoke College and Army West Point. A former

defenseman in high school and the college club level, Nick is a Level 3 Boys Lacrosse official and a teacher at Little Miami High

School.

Makenna Mahon ‘19, Assistant Coach

A former defender for the Lady Elks, Coach Mahon is entering her first year as an assistant coach and will be working with defenders.

With a strong passion for the game, Coach Mahon is focused on developing players and giving back to the program. She is continuing

her academic studies and is a student at Miami University pursuing a degree in nursing.

Regan Gardner ‘19, Assistant Coach

After finishing her career as an A Wing, Coach Gardner returns to the program as an assistant coach and will be working with wings.

Coach Gardner was a JV captain in her time as a player and is excited to be staying around the game of lacrosse. Pursuing a degree

in nursing, she is a student at Sinclair and plans to continue her education at Ohio University.

Anna Roncagli ‘19, Assistant Coach

A 2019 team captain for the Lady Elks, Coach Roncagli is joining the coaching ranks as an assistant for the 2020 season. She was a

two year varsity starter at attack and will be working primarily with attackers this season. A freshman at Wright State University, Coach

Roncagli is pursuing a degree in nursing.

Joe Miller, Assistant Coach

With a passion for helping, Coach Miller joins the Lady Elks staff this season. Coach Miller will be assisting in all areas of the game

this spring and is a valued member of the staff.

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GIRLS VARSITY LACROSSE TEAM

Back Row (L-R): Coach Kayla Desanctis, Coach Makenna Mahon, Faith Ehring, Hannah Golden, Grace

Leedy, Emily Bersaglini, Margot Carlson, Lindy Kaminski, Kaylee York, (Team Manager) Katherine

Dennison, Coach Anna Roncagli, Coach Nick Desactis

Middle Row (L-R): Autumn Gensheimer, Danielle MacConnell, Sarah Salzman, Lori Rakes Jordyn

Wetzel, Alaina Berger, Chloe Miller, Veronica Torres

Front Row (L-R): Neha Jasti, Maria Purcell, Lauren Edwards, Leila Sandhu, Radhika Agrawal, Emma

Sheppard, Jordyn Bacon

Not Pictured: Korrin Ellingson

CAPTAINS

(L-R): Emma Sheppard, Lindy Kaminski, Radhika Agrawal

Not Pictured: Korrin Ellingson

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Back Row (L-R): Lindy Kaminski, Hannah Golden, Faith Ehring, Kaylee York, Sarah Salzman

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SENIORS

RETURNING LETTERMAN

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Front Row (L-R): Jordyn Wetzel, Emma Sheppard, Radhika Agrawal, Lauren Edwards, Jordyn Bacon

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JV TEAM

Back Row (L-R): Coach Emma Ferguson, Kennedy Reuf, Sydney Belvo, Ashley Bechtel, Jorjia Wiliams,

Julia Medlin, Jordyn Kozee, Sarah Ahmad, Ashlee White, Coach Joe Miller, Coach Regan Garder

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Front Row (L-R): Maggie Pickrel, Tara Marie Weathers, Alyssa Miller, Micaella Go, Zoe Lamb, Aysha

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Presidential Members

The Bruder Family

Castor Construction Co. Inc.

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The Mason Family

The Mays Family

The Muha/Heffner Family

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Robert & Michele Worrell

Ring of Honor Members

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The Cummins Family

The Davidson Family

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Matthew &Melina Fox

John & Billie Glass

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The Arnold Family

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The Bruner Family

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The Mere Family

The Meyer Family

The Miller Family

David & Renee Moenter

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Sundaram Narayanan

The Rohrer Family

Dana and Aaron Ronnebaum

Erin and Zack Ruef

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The Schluter Family

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The Schutter Family

The Seaton Family

The Sethi Family

The Sidwell Family

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Joe & Marlene Stuber

Jeff & Kim Woolf

Joe & Sherri Zimmerman

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The Adkins Family

The Ahmad Family

The Alappatt Family

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The Archer Family

The Arnold Family

The Au Family

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Melissa Cohen

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Khalid Rradouane

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The Russell Family

Brian Salo

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The Shackleford Family

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Rick & Nancy Shields

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The Shipp Family

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Char Squibb

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The Starkey Family

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The Temple Family

Aleksandras Thomas

Lisa & Brian Timmerman

Veronica Torres

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Lisa & Brad Voss

Michelle Waller

The Wang Family

The Ware Family

John & Barbara Warner

Amy & Arno Weller

Nicole L. Wentz

The Wesney Family

Alec West

The Westendorf/Wozniak

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Sydney White

Ryan and Tara Whiteside

The Wilkinson Family

Todd and Lisa Wilson

The Wolters Family

The Wooley Family

The Wooton Family

Andy & Lorrie Wourms

The Yerubandi Family

The Zhang Family

The Jun Zhang Family

The Ting Zhang Family

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Jill Anderson

Patti Arndts

Dorothy Atkins

Jermaine Bailey

Alan Bair

Monica Benbow

Alison Bruner

Shauna Brunner

Erin Bucher

Stephanie Carreird

Tom Castleman

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Casey Clark

Kelly Coderre

Jane Croskey

Debbie Cullman

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Mike Davis

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Lauren DeLong

Kara Dierker

Jan Dorsak

Jack Durnbaugh

Erin Elsner

Jorie K. Emmert

Christin Forbes

Joe Forbes

Thomas and Tina Gabrielson

Eric Gearhart

Mary Gilbert

John & Lisa Hansen

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

Rick & Kris Lawhorn

Casey Lawrence

Anna Leaches

Amy Leighty

Scott Long

Terry Lunsford

Michele Markham

Tamara Mauro

Amy Mere

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Dawn Millhouse

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Kim Myszka

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Janet Place

Adam Priefer

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Stacie & Eric Schneider

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

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