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Naples Offensive Action - Centerville Elks Football
Eagles plus Elks
Equal Classic
October 2013 Volume 11
Inside Issue 6
GamePlan&Results
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FairmontFirebirds
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Elks‐FirebirdsPreview
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NaplesGameStats
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NaplesOffenseStats
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NaplesDefenseStats
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NaplesTrip
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ThursdayNightPractice
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FridayWalkThrough
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GameDay!
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NaplesOffensiveAction
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NaplesDefensiveAction
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ElkNationinFlorida
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BeachCelebrationParty
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ScoringDriveChart
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GWOCStatistics
QBClubMission
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18‐20
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PlayoffsandRankings
ElksintheNFL
The Naples Golden Eagles Band marched unto the field Friday night and
welcomed their guests by playing OSU’s “Across The Field.” This selection
was prophetically appropriate. “Fight the team across the field, show them
Ohio’s here,” yes, Ohio was definitely here as the Elks defeated the Golden
Eagles 38-37 in double overtime classic. “Hit them hard and see how they
fall, never let that team get the ball”, that is Centerville football; hard hitting blocking and tackling combined with a superior ball control offense.
“This was truly one of the finest, and most exciting, high school football
games I have ever watched let alone actually be a part of,” said Coach
Ullery. “As those who were at the game can attest to, the Naples Golden
Eagles were an outstanding football team with many outstanding individuals on their team. It took a total team effort for 48 minutes (and beyond)
from our players to come out on top in this game. This is exactly what we
got from our players. I many times tell them, "Be a Centerville football
player." They certainly were in this game.”
In the 4th quarter the Elks had two 80 yard drives, “They never gave up,
they played relentlessly, they showed extreme mental toughness, they
didn't back down from anything the opponent put in front of them, and
every single player put the team ahead of themselves,” said Coach Ullery.
The Elks were first class on the field and perfect gentlemen off the field.
“I could not have been prouder of how they represented all former football
alumni that in many ways gave them this opportunity, nor could I have
been prouder of how they represented their families, Centerville High
School, the Centerville community, and the entire state of Ohio. I can't
tell you how many compliments were thrown at our players from Floridians
and many from all over the state of Ohio who happened to attend the
game about how they carried themselves before, during, and after the
game. “"That is a classy group of kids you have there”” was the comment
I heard over and over. It was definitely a special trip.”
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Game Plan & Results
EVENT
DATE & TIME
Northmont 7th Grade
Northmont 8th Grade
Wednesday 10-2
Wednesday 10-2
6:00 PM
7:15 PM
Fairmont (Varsity)
Fairmont (JV)
Friday
Saturday
7:00 PM
7:30 PM
10-4
10-4
LOCATION
CHS
CHS
CHS
Away
LAST WEEK’S SCORES
8TH GRADE
12 BEAVERCREEK 14
7TH GRADE
0 BEAVERCREEK 32
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Fairmont Firebirds
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Elks - Firebirds Preview
Coach Ullery’s preview of the Fairmont game: “This is a game that
will “make Fairmont's season" each and every year if they can come
out on top. They will be bringing an experienced team into
Centerville Stadium Friday night, especially on defense. A year ago
it took two major special team mistakes on Fairmont's part to give
us a short field late in the game and to win a 17-14 game that we
really didn't play well enough in to deserve to win. We must quickly
forget last week's game and focus on what is in front of us to
continue getting better throughout the second half of the season.
Fairmont is a dangerous opponent.”
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Naples Game Stats
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Naples Offense Recap
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Naples Defensive Recap
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Naples Trip
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Thursday Night Practice
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Friday Walk Through
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Game Day!
It was Ohio versus Florida in High School football history on September 27, 2013. The Centerville Elks defeated the Naples
Golden Eagles 38-37 in a double overtime thriller. Click on the following link for highlights and comments from Naplesnews.com
http://www.naplesnews.com/videos/detail/prep-football-naples-falls-short-against-centervil/
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Naples Offensive Action
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Naples Defensive Action
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Elk Nation in Florida
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Beach Celebration Party
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Scoring Drive Chart
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2013 Playoff Schedule
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OHSAA Playoff Rankings
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Ohio Division I High School Football Rankings
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Elks in the NFL
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The Quarterback Club offers players, families, coaches
and fans an opportunity to contribute to the success of
the team with gifts, works, and spirited support for
Centerville football. We are a service club dedicated to
ELK PRIDE in our efforts to provide financial and
volunteer support.
Quarterback Club membership primarily consists of
the parents of past, present, and future Centerville
High School football players. However, all community
members and CHS football fans are welcome.
2013 OFFICERS
Frank Weyler - President
[email protected]
Rick Vance - Vice President
2013 Projects include:
Eric Reibly - Treasurer
[email protected]
Bob Brouse - Communications Director
[email protected]
Mike Bozzo - Booster Representative
SENIOR REPRESENTATIVES
Dave Kaminski
Scott Langer
JUNIOR REPRESENTATIVES
Brian Pressel
Jason Zeller
SOPHOMORE REPRESENTATIVE
Mike Bastian
Mike Sliger
Dave Wynn
FRESHMEN REPRESENTATIVES
Dirk Miller
Rick Schook
John Wenning
MIDDLE SCHOOL REPRESENATIVES
Kent Harshbarger, 8th Grade
Eric Reibly, 7th Grade
$2,000 Player Scholarship
Team clothing and equipment including new home
uniforms, team warm-ups, shirts, shoes, and player
of the week award jackets.
Food including team breakfasts, post scrimmage
meals, and food for the press box workers each week.
We also subsidize the cost of the weekly game films
and highlight Video at the end of the season.
Provided funding for the Naples, Florida road trip.
PHOTOGRAPHS PROVIDED BY:
Barry Burtenshaw
Burtenshaw.smugmug.com
CHS STATISTICS PROVIDED BY:
Jim Ehrensberger
Jim Keegan
QB Club Newsletter editor: Jim Ehrensberger
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