Centerville Varsity Boys Hockey

  • Overall Record: 2 - 3
  • Conference Record: N/A

To our supporters- We are the Centerville Elks Varsity Hockey Team! A special thank you to our supporters for taking the time to view our fundraiser page. Your support will help us offer a higher quality high school hockey experience for our athletes. You will be getting a receipt for your gift. From the entire team and staff – we can’t thank you enough for planting a generous seed into our program. Donations allow us to provide our athletes with team apparel and help cover the costs of ice time and tournament fees! Donations are vital to the success of this program. Thank you and GO ELKS!

How are my donations used?

Donations will be used towards ice costs, team apparel, and tournament expenses. Click on the donate button below!

Donate!

rss_feed Latest News

Hockey Goes 2-2 at Miami’s Thanksgiving Tourney

While the rest of the CHS student body enjoyed some much needed r and r this weekend, the varsity hockey team decided to try to play four games in three days as a part of the Miami University Thanksgiving Tournament.  Getting the chance to play at Goggin Ice Arena was a great experience for our

Hockey Falls to Alter in Season Opener

The 2019-2020 hockey season got underway Friday night as the team traveled to the Kettering Recreation Center to take on the Alter Knights.  The first fifteen minutes of action were dominated by both defenses and the goalies as only one puck found its way into the back of the net.  Unfortunately for the Elks, it

Support Hockey!

To our supporters- We are the Centerville Elks Varsity Hockey Team! A special thank you to our supporters for taking the time to view our fundraiser page. Your support will help us offer a higher quality high school hockey experience for our athletes. You will be getting a receipt for your gift. From the entire team

Abood Named New Hockey Coach

Dylan Abood has been named as the new hockey coach at Centerville High School.  Coach Abood brings a wealth of hockey knowledge with him to this position as well as a knowledge of our current team having served as a part-time assistant coach last season.  Dylan played collegiately at The United States Air Force Academy

Time Running Out to Order Bricks for Walkway of Champions

Placing a brick on the Walkway of Champions, the path from the bell tower to the football stadium, is a great gift for that graduating senior or CHS alum in your house to honor their time here as a varsity athlete.  In order to be recognized with a brick on the Walkway, the recipient must

Hockey Wraps Up Season in District Tournament

The Hockey team played in the Columbus District tournament this past weekend. The team was victorious on Saturday over Columbus Academy 5-2. Drew Schemmel scored 3 goals for a hat trick, Riley Hrin and Noah Garel also scored, with Garel getting the game winner. Sunday was not so kind, with the Elks dropping a 7-1

Hockey Knocked Out Of SWOHSHL Tourney

The Hockey team had a strong showing over the weekend in the Southwest Ohio High School Hockey League Tournament. The team came out strong and fast against Beavercreek on Friday night, scoring on the first two possessions of the game.  Although short-handed, the team was able to hold off several late rushes by the Beavers

Hockey Splits Final Two Games of Weekend

The hockey team battled Moeller Friday night in a well played game by both teams, but came up short on the scoreboard, 4-1.  They were looking to rebound on Saturday night, but had a tough draw at Goggin Ice Arena against a very good Talawanda squad. In a near repeat performance from seven days earlier,

Hockey Drops Home Game To Moeller

The hockey team gave a great effort at home against Moeller on Friday night, but came up short, 4-1.  The team should be very proud of their effort and will hopefully build off of this as the postseason is just around the corner.  Congratulations to senior Drew Schemmel who recorded his 200th point as an

Hockey Bounces Back From Friday Loss to Win Two Straight

The ice hockey team ran into a buzz saw on Friday night in the visiting Talawanda Braves and took a 5-0 loss on the chin.  With little time to lick their wounds, it would be interesting to see how the team would bounce back with games on Saturday night at home and Sunday afternoon on