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2019-2020 Season Awards and Highlights

Bryan Ritz Most Improved Player Awards

10U (Correll) – Uriah Oliphant
10U (Kareus) – Holden Thompson
12U (Eckart) – Phillip Mattern
12U (Nelson) – Cam Edmondson
14U (Tyner) – Jack Warble
Icemen- Andrew Clark


Chris Hahn Memorial Award

Grace Wallace

Darvin Apple House League Coach of the Year

Matt Harris

Senior Academic Achievement Awards

Wil Tearman and Tom Sullivan

Jim Henderson Lifetime Achievement Award

Matt Sullivan

CYH Volunteer of the Year

Dave Moenssen

This is Andrew Clark, nephew of the late Bryan Ritz, with his parents Mr & Mrs Ritz.

Letter from CYH President:

I'd like to welcome everyone to the Columbus Youth Hockey website where we'll make every effort to keep folks well informed about our program and teams.  At CYH, our mission is to develop and maintain the skills necessary to compete at the various age appropriate levels in a fun, challenging atmosphere that fosters: growth, retention, sportsmanship and fun.  In the upcoming season, we've identified several key initiatives to support this mission including :
*       Improving overall Communications, 
*       Building on our Recruitment and Retention,
*       Gaining better Alignment and Collaboration with Columbus Park and Rec, 
*       Increasing Membership Involvement, and 
*       Raising more Awareness to Sportsmanship & Zero Tolerance throughout the organization

On behalf of the entire board, we appreciate your commitment to CYH and look forward to another successful year.  

Eric Neal 
President, CYH Board of Directors


Looking to participate in a sport that requires skill, strength, strategic thinking and the desire to play as part of a team?  Whatever level you play at, hockey can enhance your life, improving fitness, strength and coordination.

Whether you are looking to play casually in our recreational league or competitively with one of our traveling teams, you'll find our organization to be a great place to learn new skills and meet new friends.