Centerville Senior High School

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Centerville Senior High School
Location
507 Willow Grove Road
Centerville, Indiana, Wayne County 47330
United States
Coordinates 39°48′43″N 85°00′3″W / 39.81194°N 85.00083°W / 39.81194; -85.00083Coordinates: 39°48′43″N 85°00′3″W / 39.81194°N 85.00083°W / 39.81194; -85.00083
Information
Type Public high school
School district Centerville-Abington Community Schools
Principal Mike McCoy
Faculty 34
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 525 (2013-2014)
School color(s)          
Athletics conference Tri-Eastern
Team name Bulldogs
Website

Centerville Senior High School is a public high school located in Centerville, Indiana.

Facilities[edit]

The current high school building was built in 1961 with additions added in 1967,1976 and 1981. In 1994, the building was remodeled and up-dated. During the 2000–2002 school year, four new science rooms, a wellness center, and air conditioning were added. The structure now includes 36 classrooms, 4 industrial arts areas, a home economic area, 2 gymnasiums, a guidance area, a swimming pool, an auditorium, 3 computer labs, 2 music areas, a library, a kitchen, and a cafeteria.[1]

Athletics[edit]

According to Centerville High School's Website,

Since 1962, Centerville has won the Tri-Eastern Conference Boys' All-Sports Trophy 19 times, more times than any other school in the conference. Since 1978, Centerville has won the Tri-Eastern Conference Girls All-Sports Trophy 17 times, the most times in the conference.

The school's mascot is the bulldog. The school is part of the Tri-Eastern Conference; their bowling conference is the Mid-Indiana Conference.

Basketball[edit]

  • 1943-1944 Sectional Champions, Regional Qualifiers
  • 2003–2004 1st Place in Tri-Eastern Conference, Sectional and Regional Champions, Semi-State Qualifiers
  • 2004–2005 1st Place (tie) in Tri-Eastern Conference, Sectional Champions, Regional Qualifiers
  • 2005–2006 1st Place (tie) in Tri-Eastern Conference, Sectional Champions, Regional Qualifiers, All area player of the year (Adam Stewart)
  • 2006–2007 2nd Place (tie) in Tri-Eastern Conference
  • 2008-2009 Sectional Champions
  • 2009-2010 1st Place in Tri-Eastern Conference, Sectional Champions, Regional Qualifiers
  • 2010-2011 Sectional Champions

Boys Bowling[edit]

  • 2004–2005: Sectional Champions, Regional Runner-Up, Semi-State Qualifiers
  • 2005–2006: Sectional Champions, Regional Qualifiers, Semi-State Qualifiers, Mid-Indiana Individual All Conference (Mike Hunsinger and Jeremy Parrish), Individual Regional Qualifiers (Mike Hunsinger, Jeremy Parrish, and Mike Bailey), Individual Semi-State Qualifiers (Jeremy Parrish and Mike Bailey), Individual State Qualifiers (Jeremy Parrish and Mike Bailey)
  • 2006–2007: Mid-Indiana Individual All Conference (Mike Hunsinger), 3rd Place Regional Individual (Mike Hunsinger), Individual Semi-State Qualifier (Mike Hunsinger)

Football[edit]

  • 1965 TEC Champions
  • 1966 TEC Co-Champions
  • 1969 TEC Champions
  • 1976 TEC Champions
  • 1977 TEC Champions
  • 1995 TEC Champions
  • 2006 TEC Co-Champions
  • 2007 TEC Champions
  • 2009 TEC Co-Champions, All Area Player of the Year (Jacob Stewart)
  • 2011 TEC Champions

Swimming & Diving[edit]

  • 2011-2012: Sectional Champion in the 200 yard IM & Sectional Record Holder, State Qualifier 200 yard IM (Brett Stoughton)
  • 2012-2013: Sectional Champion in the 200 yard IM, 100 yard Butterfly & Sectional Record Holder in both events, State Qualifier in 200 yard IM, and State Finalist in 100 yard Butterfly (Brett Stoughton)

Wrestling[edit]

  • 1980 Sectional Champions
  • 1995 Sectional Champions
  • 1996 Sectional Champions
  • 1997 Sectional Champions
  • 1998 Sectional Champions
  • 1999 Sectional Champions
  • 2002 Sectional Champions
  • 2005 Sectional Champions
  • 2014 Spartan Classic Small School Champions
  • 2014 TEC Champions
  • 2016 TEC Champions

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Centerville Senior High School Archived July 21, 2007, at the Wayback Machine. Retrieved on November 20, 2007.

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