2020 Athletic Boosters - Spring Program Book


Elks Baseball Family,


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.


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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