Coaches Corner

Coaches: Scott Mathis, Nick Poe, Jacques Lamoureurx(waiting for new photograph)

Scott Mathis - Head Coach

The Centerville Hockey team would like to welcome our new head coach, Scott Mathis.

Prior to assuming his current position as Centerville Hockey Head Coach, Scott served as an assistant coach for the Beavercreek High School varsity hockey team (2016-2017). Additionally, he coached the Oklahoma City Oil Kings travel bantam team from 2012-2016. His other coaching experiences also include time as an on-ice instructor for summer camps with Hockey Ministries International and the Air Force Academy.

Scott attended the United States Air Force Academy from 2009-2012 before earning his Bachelor's degree in Business Management. He lettered four years in hockey for the Academy's Division I ice hockey team. Before college, he played two seasons for the Cedar Rapids Roughriders of the USHL from 2006-2008.

Scott is married to his wife, Kori. As natives of Chicago, they're both thankful to be back in the Midwest to enjoy its four seasons and being closer to family. During their free time, Scott and his wife enjoy traveling, hiking, and trying new restaurants.

Nick Poe - Assistant Coach

This is Coach Poe’s second year as Assistant Coach. Coach Poe brings lots of hockey knowledge with him to the team, as well as many resources valuable to teaching the sport. Coach Poe’s son, Connor, is an Alumni of Centerville Hockey. Coach Poe is also the proprietor of South Metro Sports, home of the Elks hockey team.

Jacques Lamoureux - Assistant Coach

Coach Lamoureux comes from a distinguished hockey background. Coach Mathis played Hockey with Coach Lamoureux for three years in college where Jacques earned All American Honors, League MVP Honors, and was selected a top ten finalist to the prestigious Hobey Baker Award (Heisman for college hockey - a big deal!).

Geoff Sacksteder - Assistant Coach

After 2 years as an Assistant, Coach Sacksteder has taken on new responsibilities for work and family. Coach Sacksteder played hockey as a kid with previous Head Coach Chabut and remains an avid fan of the sport.