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Home of the Centerville High School boys soccer team. Located in Centerville, Ohio, a southern suburb of Dayton. The program was started in 1973 and has seen a lot of success since it's inception. Currently the winningest high school program in the state of Ohio with 634 wins. The team currently plans in the Greater Western Ohio Conference in the "new" National East Division.The Elks play their home games at the newly renovated Alumni Stadium. Legacy Field was recently converted to synthetic turf.
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On Saturday, Boys Soccer Varsity easily dispatched the Piqua Indians, 11-0, after running out to an 8-0 halftime lead.  The Elks' goals and assists were credited to the following players:  (1) Christian Kohen (Keagan Devoe), (2) Trey Schultz (unassisted), (3) Christian Kohen (Tanner Greenlee), (4) Casey Miller (unassisted), (5) Jonathan Juhas (Trey Schultz), (6) Kyle Biggs (Adam Wolf), (7) Adam Wolf (Eliot Ferstl), (8) Kyle Biggs (David Hillix), (9) Christian Kohen (Tanner Greenlee), (10) Adam Wolf (unassisted), and (11) Adam Wolf (unassisted).  Jonathan Huelsman and Josh Seebacher combined for the shutout.  Varsity improves to 12-3-3 on the season.  
On TUESDAY, Varsity travels to SPRINGFIELD HIGH SCHOOL for a Sectional Final game against the Springboro Panthers.  Kick-off is at 7:00 p.m.  The teams played to a 2-2 draw several weeks ago, so this will be the first big test for the Varsity Elks in the tournament.  A large turnout from The Herd is needed, as we expect the Boro Blue Crew to be out in full force.
 
 
 
The Boys Varsity soccer team started the post-season with a strong performance against Belmont on Tuesday.  Christian Kohen and Casey Miller each turned in two goals on the night and a fifth was scored by Eliot Ferstl. Trey Schultz, Adam Wolf, Brayden Rike, and Cole Zengel each provided assists.  With the 5-1 victory, the Elks improve to 11-3-3 on the season and advance to the second round of the tournament.  They will take on Piqua on Saturday at 7:00 pm on home turf. 
 

 

 
On Thursday, Boys Soccer JVB finished their season with a match against Springboro. The Elks put in a solid performance, dominating possession through the entire game against a very physical Panther side.  Alec West started the scoring with an assist by Bill Monroe.  Landon Dull and Rohan Dhingra followed-up with goals to bring the total to three on the night. Solid defensive efforts by Kyle Brooks and Mark Kujawa ensured a shut-out. With this victory, JVB finishes the season with a very respectable final record of 10-4-1. 

 

Last night, Boys Soccer JVA and Varsity were in action against Beavercreek.  JVA started with a 0-0 draw.  Josh Seebacher and Noah Garel combined for the shutout, the team's 12th of the season.  JVA finishes the season 14-0-1, with 69 goals scored, and only 3 goals given up.  Varsity fought hard, but lost to the Beavers 3-1.  Cole Zengel scored the lone goal for the Elks.  Varsity finishes the regular season with a record of 10-3-3.  

 
 
On Saturday, all three Boys Soccer teams were in action at home against St. Xavier.  JVB started the day with a 2-1 defeat. After giving up a goal in the first half, the Elks came out strong in the second and tied the game on a free kick by Rohan Dhingra that went just over the keeper's reach and into the net. The Bombers answered quickly, with another go-ahead goal and managed to hold off several strong attacks by Centerville to end the game 2-1. The loss brings JVB to 8-3-1 on the season.  JVA won the battle between two undefeated teams, defeating St. Xavier 1-0.  Cody Potgieter scored on a stunning strike from outside the penalty box to win the game for the Elks.  Cooper Vallone and Noah Garel combined for the shutout.  JVA improves to 14-0-0 on the season.  JVA has outscored its opponents 69-3 and recorded 11 shutouts.  Varsity fell 4-0, following a lackluster performance against a skilled and determined Bombers team.  Varsity falls to 10-2-3 on the season.  Perhaps this loss will be the spark the team needs as it prepares for its regular season finale against Beavercreek on Tuesday, with a GWOC championship on the line.  
 
 
 
Last night, Boys Soccer JVB took on Beavercreek on home turf. Due to a scheduling conflict, Creek was unable to bring any players from upper teams to play in this week's match, resulting in a much more evenly-fought contest. Despite controlling the ball for most of the first half and several scoring opportunities for the Elks, the game remained scoreless at halftime. With eight minutes left in the game, Centerville conceded a goal and were unable to equalize before time ran out. The loss brings the JVB team to 9-3-1 on the season.  
 
 
 
 
Last night, Boys Soccer JVA and Varsity were in action against Springfield.  JVA started the afternoon with a 13-0 victory.  The Elks' goals were scored by Alex Weller (3), Philo Antoun (3), Zach Horwitz (2), Aleks Thomas (2), Zach Golden, Matt Fahrenkamp, and Cody Potgieter.  Noah Garel and Cooper Vallone combined for the shutout.  JVA improves to 13-0-0 on the season.  Varsity capped the evening with a 9-0 victory, as the program celebrated Senior Night.  The Elks' nine goals were scored by nine different players - Trey Schultz, Casey Miller, Adam Wolf, Sam Haught, Luke Kuper, Cole Zengel, Christian Kohen, Eliot Ferstl, and Aaron Moyer.  Jonathan Huelsman and Josh Seebacher combined for the shutout.  Varsity improves to 10-1-3 on the season.   

 
 
On Saturday afternoon, Boys Soccer JVB returned to its winning ways by defeating Walnut Hills 1-0.  Nate Gottron scored the game-winner late in the game.  Mark Kujawa earned the shutout.  JVB improves to 9-2-1 on the season.  Varsity capped the evening with a 13-2 win over Belmont.  Christian Kohen scored 7 goals, to break the single-game school record of 6, previously held by his father, Brian.  Other goal-scorers were Jonathan Juhas, Kyle Biggs (3), Casey Miller, and Alec Decuir.  Varsity improves to 9-1-3 on the season.  Since our team first became acquainted with the Belmont players last season, friendships developed, as Elks and Bison players became teammates during the club season.  The story of the Belmont players mirrors that of the team featured in the book, Outcasts United, which many of you read over the summer.  Special thanks to the Herd, who sent half its force to the visiting stands to provide loud and enthusiastic support to the Belmont players.  You showed why you are considered the greatest student section anywhere.  
 
 
 
Yesterday, Boys Soccer JVB had its 9-game unbeaten streak come to an end, losing 5-1 to a Beavercreek team comprised of a mixture of its JVB & JVA teams.  The Elks went down early but tied the game on a goal by Nate Gottron off an assist by Andrew Nangle.  The Beavers took control of the game in the second half, after leading 2-1 at the break.  JVB falls to 8-2-1 on the season.    

 
 
 
Last night, Boys Soccer JVB took on the Northmont Thunderbolts on home turf.  Goals were scored by Alec West, Nate Gottron, Andrew Nangle, and Kameron Fritz.  In a huge game, Patrick Shields had an impressive three goals on the night.  Assists were recorded for Zachary Baird and Alec West.  Kyle Brooks and Mark Kujawa led the defense to another shut-out, with a final score of 7-0. JVB improves to 8-1-1 on the season.  
 
 
On Saturday, all three Boys Soccer teams traveled to Columbus to take on De La Salle Collegiate High School from Warren, Michigan.  De La Salle has a proud soccer tradition, having won 5 Michigan state championships in its history.  As with the previous triple-header against Mason, all three Elks teams held its opponent scoreless.  JVB started the day with a 4-0 victory.  After a scoreless first half, the Elks came out strong in the second. Andrew Nangle, Bill Monroe, and Nate Gottron all found the net, with assists provided by Bill Monroe, Rohan Dhingra, and Griffin Laipple.  An additional own-goal, provided by their opponents, gave JVB the 4-0 shut-out, with keeper Mark Kujawa earning his 5th clean sheet of the year.  With this victory, JVB advanced their season record to 7-1-1.  Varsity traveled to Mapfre Stadium, home of the Columbus Crew, and played to a 0-0 draw.  Varsity had a few near-misses on scoring opportunities, while Goalkeepers Jonathan Huelsman and Josh Seebacher came up with some big saves to preserve the shutout.  Varsity is now 8-1-3 on the season.  Later that afternoon, JVA earned a 3-0 victory.  Alexander Weller started the scoring by winning the ball as the Pilot's goalkeeper attempting to clear the ball and smartly put the ball past a defender into the net.  Philo Antoun scored the second goal off an assist by Anthony Huelsman.  Brock Biederman closed out the scoring on a penalty kick.  Cooper Vallone and Noah Garel combined for JVA's 9th shutout of the season, as JVA improved its record to 12-0-0 on the season, having outscored its opponents 53-3.  
 
 
Last night (THURSDAY), Boys Soccer JVA and Varsity traveled to Fairmont High School and each handed the respective Firebirds team its worst loss of the season.  JVA started the afternoon with a 9-0 victory.  JVA's goals and assists consisted of the following:  (1) Philo Antoun (Griffin Shockley), (2) Matt Fahrenkamp (Zach Horwitz), (3) Phil Antoun (David Hillix), (4) Alexander Weller (Griffin Shockley), (5) Phil Antoun (Cody Potgieter), (6) Aleks Thomas (Bronson Bollinger), (7) Jacob Bean (unassisted), (8) Zach Horwitz (unassisted), and (9) Bronson Bollinger (Harrison Roebken).  Cooper Vallone and Noah Garel combined for JVA's 8th shutout of the season.  JVA improves to 10-0-0 on the season.  Varsity capped the evening with an impressive 7-0 victory.  Varsity's scoring consisted of the following:  (1) Nen Shemsu (Casey Miller), (2) Tanner Greenlee (Keagan Devoe), (3) Cole Zengel (Tanner Greenlee), (4) Kyle Biggs (Adam George), (5) Evan West (Nen Shemsu), (6) Nen Shemsu (Aaron Moyer), and (7) Philo Antoun (David Hillix).  Jonathan Huelsman and Josh Seebacher combined for Varsity's 6th shutout of the season.  Varsity is really coming together and improves to 8-1-1 on the season.
         
On SATURDAY, JVB returns to action, hosting Elder High School at Alumni Stadium.  Kick-off is at 11:00 a.m.  On MONDAY, JVB travels to Beavercreek High School in a showdown between the top two teams in the league.  Kick-off is at 5:30 p.m.  On TUESDAY, JVA and Varsity travel to Springboro High School for a pair of games against the always-tough Panthers.  JVA kicks-off at 5:30 p.m., followed by Varsity at 7:15 p.m.  The game will be played in the soccer stadium, located behind the Springboro Intermediate School.  These matches will be another major test for your Elks, as they continue to #setthestandard and compete for a GWOC championship.  Your loud and enthusiastic support will be greatly appreciated.  
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Last night (TUESDAY), Boys Soccer JVA and Varsity were in action at home against the Lebanon Warriors. JVA started the afternoon with a 8-1 victory.  The Elks' goals were scored by Zach Horwitz (4), Aleks Thomas (2), Philo Antoun, and Zach Golden.  Assists were credited to David Hillix (2), Cody Potgieter, Aleks Thomas, Alexander Weller, Richard Lochra, Bronson Bollinger, and Zach Horwitz.  JVA improves to 9-0-0 on the season.  Varsity capped the evening with a 2-0 victory.  Tanner Greenlee opened the scoring with an unassisted goal.  Casey Miller put the game out of reach on a pass by Kyle Biggs.  Jonathan Huelsman and Josh Seebacher combined for the shutout.  Varsity improves to 7-1-1 on the season.    
On THURSDAY, JVA and Varsity travel to Fairmont High School.  JVA kicks-off at 5:30 p.m., followed by Varsity at 7:15 p.m.  On SATURDAY, JVB hosts Elder High School at Alumni Stadium.  Kick-off is at 11:00 a.m. 

 

 

 

Last night (MONDAY), Boys Soccer JVB was in action at home against the Milford Eagles. The Elks dominated the match, from beginning to end, winning a 7-0 shut-out on goals by Ben Minneman, Zachary Baird, and Mark Balonier, and 2 each by Nate Gottron and Andrew Nangle.  Assists were credited to Rohan Dhingra, Thomas Maley, and Griffin Laipple.  The Elks advance to a record of 5-1-1 with the win.  
Yesterday, the Ohio High School Athletic Association released its second Poll of the season, and your Varsity Elks are now ranked #10 in the state for Division I.  
TONIGHT (TUESDAY), JVA and Varsity return to action at Alumni Stadium against Lebanon High School.  JVA kicks-off at 5:30 p.m., followed by Varsity at 7:15 p.m.  On THURSDAY, JVA and Varsity travel to Fairmont High School.  JVA kicks-off at 5:30 p.m., followed by Varsity at 7:15 p.m.  On SATURDAY, JVB hosts Elder High School at Alumni Stadium.  Kick-off is at 11:00 a.m. 

 

 

 

On Saturday, all three Boys Soccer teams were in action at home and turned in dominant performances.  JVB started the afternoon with an 8-1 victory over Oak Hills, with the first goal coming at the 30 second mark.  Goals were by Landon Dull, Kameron Fritz, Nate Gottron, Alec West, Andrew Nangle, Thomas Raasch and Rohan Dhingra (2).  Assist were provided by Griffin Laipple, Joey Wourms, Alec West (2), and Thomas Maley (2).  JVB improves to 4-1-1 on the season and are riding a 5-game unbeaten streak.  Following JVB's victory, the Alter Knights arrived to take on JVA and Varsity - and left Alumni Stadium without scoring a goal in either game.  JVA won 5-0.  JVA's scoring was by Zach Golden (David Hillix), Matt Fahrenkamp (Philo Antoun), Phil Antoun (Harrison Roebken), Bronson Bollinger (Alexander Weller), and Zach Golden (unassisted).  Cooper Vallone and Noah Garel combined for the shutout.  JVA improves to 8-0-0 on the season, with 7 shutout and only 1 goal conceded.  Varsity followed with an impressive win, defeating the defending Division II State Champions, Alter Knights, 3-0 and breaking the Knights' 14-game unbeaten streak, dating back to 10/13/16.  Alter is currently ranked #3 in the Division II State Poll.  Alec Decuir opened the scoring on a pass by Tanner Greenlee, and took a 1-0 lead going into halftime.  The Elks' second goal came from Christian Kohen, on a pass from Casey Miller.  Finally, Kyle Biggs scored an unassisted goal to put the game out of reach.  Jonathan Huelsman and Josh Seebacher combined for the shutout.  Varsity improves to 6-1-1 on the season.  Once again, many thanks to The Herd for your enthusiastic support!    

TONIGHT (MONDAY), JVB hosts Milford High School under the lights at Alumni Stadium.  Kick-off is at 7:15 p.m.  Come out in full-force and make this a memorable night for JVB!  On TUESDAY, JVA and Varsity return to action at Alumni Stadium against Lebanon High School.  JVA kicks-off at 5:30 p.m., followed by Varsity at 7:15 p.m.  On THURSDAY, JVA and Varsity travel to Fairmont High School.  JVA kicks-off at 5:30 p.m., followed by Varsity at 7:15 p.m.  On SATURDAY, JVB hosts Elder High School at Alumni Stadium.  Kick-off is at 11:00 a.m.

 

 

Last night (Tuesday), Boys Soccer JVA and Varsity traveled to Lakota East in a follow-up to their big victories over Mason on Saturday.  JVA opened with a 3-1 victory over the Thunderhawks, responding with three goals after giving up an early goal.  Zach Golden scored off a pass from Cayden Holley to even the score.  Cayden Holley then scored a goal 9 seconds into the second half off a long pass from Zach Horwitz.  The Elks' third goal was scored when a defender deflected a shot by Harrison Roebken into his own net.  JVA improves to 7-0-0 on the season, having conceded one goal to date.  Varsity dropped its first game of the season against a determined Lakota East team, losing 3-1.  Christian Kohen tied the game on a penalty kick to start the second half and the Elks were pressing for the go-ahead goal, but the Thunderhawks stole the Elks' momentum with a counterattack goal to regain the lead.  Varsity falls to 5-1-1 on the season.  Meanwhile, JVB traveled to Northmont and defeated the Thunderbolts 3-1.  The Elks came out strong and took the lead when Rohan Dhingra found the net in the 24th minute. The Thunderbolts equalized for a 1-1 tie at halftime. Early in the second half, the Elks regained the lead on a goal by Alec West, assisted by Griffin Laipple.  Later, Karsten Johnson assisted Andrew Nagle for the Elks' third and final goal. JVB improved to 2-1-1 on the season .         

On THURSDAY, JVB hosts Cincinnati-power, Sycamore High School at 5:30 p.m. at Alumni Stadium.  Please come on out and support JVB in this important home game.  

On SATURDAY, all three teams will have home games at Alumni Stadium.  JVB plays Oak Hills High School at 1:00 p.m., Then the defending and four-time Division II state champions, Alter Knights visit Alumni Stadium in what is always one of the most anticipated games of the year.  JVA kicks-off at 5:30 p.m., followed by Varsity at 7:15 p.m.  The best way to forget about last night's loss is with a victory over Alter.  Saturday has been designated YOUTH CLUB NIGHT.  All youth wearing their club jerseys get FREE ADMISSION!  There will be special activities for the youth, including a chance to win prizes.  All Youth Club players will also receive a 20% discount at the Spirit Wear Shop that night.  If you haven't been to a game yet, this is the perfect time to go!  

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