Centerville Varsity Boys Hockey

  • Overall Record: 6 - 17 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

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Hockey Drops a Pair of Games This Weekend

The varsity hockey team played a pair of games this weekend with one at home on Friday night and the other at Miami University Goggin Ice Arena last night. On Friday night, the Northern Kentucky Norse invaded South Metro and the Elks knew they would have their work cut out for them.  The defending Kentucky

Hockey Advances to Finals of MLK Tourney

The varsity hockey team hosted their annual MLK tourney this weekend at South Metro Sports.  A short bench and four games in 40 hours would certainly test their mettle and strength, but the Elks were up to the challenge. In their opening game on Friday night, the Elks battled Elder to a scoreless tie after

Hockey Falls at Troy

The varsity hockey team traveled to historic Hobart Arena last night to take on the Troy Trojans.  Both teams were hoping to wrap up the weekend with a win and a much needed boost of confidence heading into the week. In the first period, both teams played great defense and kept the other off the

Hockey Drops a Pair of Games Over the Weekend

The hockey team hosted Talawanda on Friday night and traveled to Sycamore on Saturday night.  The Elks battled in both games, but came up on the short end of the score in each. On Friday night, the boys fell behind, 2-0, after one period of play.  The second period was their ultimate undoing as the

Hockey Gives Great Effort At The MV Freeze Tourney

The hockey team had a very good weekend at the Miami Valley Freeze Tourney at Hobart Arena this past weekend.  The team lost game one to Beavercreek, 6-0, on Friday night, but came back on Saturday to tie the Dayton Stealth, 3-3, and beat Findlay, 2-1.  That landed the Elks in the third place game

Hockey Goes 1-2 in the Mayor’s Cup

The hockey team got off to a rough start in the Mayor’s Cup this past weekend by losing their first two games. The boys lost Friday to Alter, 7-5, and then fell to Beavercreek, 9-1  on Saturday. The team pulled together and came back Sunday to beat Troy, 4-1. The boys continue to battle and

Hockey Falls to Trinity on Staff Appreciation Day

Saturday afternoon at South Metro Ice Center saw the Elks hockey team host the Trinity Shamrocks on Staff Appreciation Day.  Teachers and staff members were on hand as guests of the hockey team and were honored before the game on the ice.  The Centerville Pep Band, under the direction of Mr. Barrometti, also made an

Hockey Drops a Pair of Games

The hockey team played a pair of games this past weekend, including their first home game of the season.  Unfortunately, the results were not positive either night as the boys dropped both games to Beavercreek and Springboro. On Friday night, the team traveled to the Kettering Rec. Center for a moonlight special against Beavercreek as

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