On behalf of RYH and MCYH, the Girls' Edge Program is pleased to announce the tryout dates and coaches for the 2014-2015 season. Youth Hockey Handbook/Forms. 2021-2022 Roseau Youth Hockey Handbook · Roseau Youth Hockey Petition to play up form · RYH Coaching Application. RYH offers kids the opportunity to play ice hockey and accomplish a number goals. These goals are: to teach the game of ice hockey, develop and encourage.
In early December, two teams from the Reading Youth Hockey program traveled to historic Lake Placid and created some memories of their own!
Two squads - Peewee 1 and Peewee 2 - participated in the popular CAN/AM tournament. It all started on that first Thursday night when the Peewee 1's opened the tournament with a 5-1 victory which set the tone for ryh hockey weekend dominance.
By Saturday evening, ryh hockey, both teams were in first place in their respective divisions. The Peewee 1’s sat at 4-0 and the Peewee 2’s at 3-1. So the stage was set – both teams would play in a gold medal game on Sunday.
The games were both scheduled for 11:00 a.m. on adjoining rinks. As it turned out the Peewee 1game started first and you could feel the excitement in the rink, ryh hockey. By the time the Peewee 2’s puck dropped the Peewee 1’s already had a lead next door.
The Peewee 1’s closed it out with a 3-1 victory to wrap up the tournament with a 5-0 record. They scored 24 goals for and allowed only 8 goals. A quick change later and the Peewee 1 boys headed next door - gold firmly around their necks - to cheer on the Peewee 2 team, ryh hockey. As the Peewee 1 players filed into the arena, ryh hockey, the Peewee 2’s were leading 2-0 with minutes to go.
The seconds ticked down and the Peewee 2’s were soon receiving gold of their own while the Peewee 1 players started the “U-S-A, ryh hockey, U-S-A” chant. It was a classic moment. Maybe not as poignant as what happened on that same 1980 Olympic Rink against the Soviets some 33 years ago, but exciting for the players, coaches and parents nonetheless.
The final stats for the tournament were as follows:
Peewee 1’s 5-0 record, 24 goals for and 8 against.
Peewee 2’s: 4-1 record, 20 goals for and 5 against.
Congratulations to all the players and coaches from both teams that represented Reading Youth Hockey in such a tremendous manner!
READING PEEWEE I TEAM
Back Row (Left to Right) - KEVIN GOLDEN, MATTHEW FIORENZA, PATRICK McELENEY, ryh hockey, JARED PENNUCCI, ERIC ASH, ZACH ABRUZZESE, BRANDON MILLERICK,
Front Row (Left to Right) – TROY POLLOCK, ryh hockey, BRENDAN ZIEGLER, SEAN BARBERA, BRENDAN HANNABURY, JOSEPH BEVERE, ryh hockey, CHARLIE MIELE, SHAWN GOLDEN, AND MATEO CAPPUCCI (missing from picture)
Coach’s Row (Left to Right)– MIKE MIELE (Asst Coach), PAUL DOHERTY (Head Coach)
READING PEEWEE 2 TEAM
IN FRONT ( HOLDING PLAQUE): Spencer Murrin (Goalie) and Johnny Love
FIRST ROW ( LEFT TO RIGHT): Steven Jackson, Kevin Donaghey, Joe Callahan, Cameron McKenna, ryh hockey, Evan Meehan, and Charlie Presho
SECOND ROW ( LEFT TO RIGHT) : Brandon Fogarty, Kyle Hildreth, ryh hockey, Ryan Farwell, ryh hockey, Camden Greenwood, Brian Cahill, James McTaggart, ryh hockey, Kyle Dumus, and Matthew Lydon
BACK ROW – COACHES (LEFT TO RIGHT) : Eric Donaghey, Dave Farwell, Bob Cahill and Jim Lydon
|Girls 12U (Tier II)||2003-2002||Tue||4/8/14||5:30 pm||6:30 pm|
|Girls 12U (Tier II)||2003-2002||Wed||4/9/14||5:10 pm||6:10 pm|
|Girls 14U (Tier I and Tier II)||2001-2000||Tue||4/8/14||6:30 pm||7:30 pm|
|Girls 14U (Tier I and Tier Ryh hockey pm||7:10 pm|
|Girls 16U (Tier I and Tier II)||1999-1998||Tue||4/8/14||7:30 pm||8:30 pm|
|Girls 16U (Tier I and Tier II)||1999-1998||Wed||4/9/14||7:10 pm||8:10 pm|
|Girls 16U Cancelled- Team Chosen|
|Girls 19U (Tier II)||1997-1995||Tue||4/8/14||8:30 pm||9:30 pm|
|Girls 19U (Tier II) DEFINITE!!||1997-1995||Wed||4/9/14||8:10 pm||9:10 pm|
|Girls 19U (Tier II)||1997-1995||Thu||4/10/14||8:45 pm||9:45 pm|
12U and 14U NTB Registration Skate Ice Times/Dates will be posted following tryouts. They are expected to to be scheduled during the week of
2014-2015 Edge Coaches
12U NTB Andy Setter
14U NTB TBD
16/19U NTB TBD
12U Tier II Ned Corbett
14U Tier II George Ferguson/Tim Culver
16U Tier II Rob Gwynn
19U Tier II Bob Matesic
14U Tier I Excelsior Ryh hockey Prep Girls Director (*offer extended to candidate)
16U Tier I dean golf Sports Prep Girls Director (*offer extended to candidate)
Tryout Process: (please read)
Please remember that the tryout process can be exciting as well as stressful for girls and families. We encourage all players to get a good night’s sleep prior to tryouts and make sure that they are well nourished and hydrated prior to attending. Good luck to all girls. We look forward to seeing everyone at the information night and tryouts.
- All girls (both Tier I and Tier II) are to attend the same date and time tryout sessions for their age group.
- Girls must attend the session for their age group and will not be allowed to tryout for another age group.
- Team designations (Tier I or II) for each team will be decided following the completion of tryouts unless otherwise stated, ryh hockey. Teams will be evaluated based on the team’s skill, competitiveness, ryh hockey expected success.
- Tryout fee is $45 and online registration is strongly encouraged, ryh hockey. Online registration can be completed by going to www.ryhockey.com and clicking on the REGISTRATION tab, then REGISTER ONLINE.
- NO league fee deposit (normally $150) will be collected at tryouts, ryh hockey. This fee will be collected by ryh hockey once selected to a team and upon signing a Letter of Intent.
- Any girl unable to attend a tryout night must contact the coach listed for that age group or an association Edge director prior to tryouts.
- Players are encouraged to arrive 60 minutes prior to start time to allow for check-in and jersey handout.
- Players should bring full equipment and a water bottle.
- Players NOT playing on a RYH or MCYH team for the 2013-2014 season must bring their release from their last organization and a copy of their birth certificate.
- Upon completion of travel tryouts, non tournament bound teams will be considered depending upon numbers and interest.
MCYH Director Sue Olsen 585.314.0257
Click the plus sign next to each club's name to display aude rafting select their teams.
Congratulations RYHA, ryh hockey, we sold 14,604 pizzas/cookies/gift cards.
Your Pizza Parent should be collecting team gift cards and start distributing by the end of the week.
Please thank them, as this year was a struggle getting everyone to respond for some reason. It ryh hockey be a super best way to dry inflatable kayak job if everyone does their part however, nearly every team had to hound families this year.
Liam Gerlesberger, Squirt B Gray – 148 units - $500 cash prize (via check)
Colton Gage, ryh hockey, Squirt C3 – 146 units - $300
James Meyer, Squirt C5 – 138 units - $250
Brennan Meyer, Red Wings – 134 units - $225
Liam Trickey, Squirt Ryh hockey Gray – 124 units - $200
Elliott Sikkink, Squirt A Black – 116 units - $175
Chance King, Squirt C4 – 110 units - $150
Briella Fernholz, GCL – 99 units - $125
Ben Howard, PW C Gray – 98 units - ryh hockey Wiedrich, PW A Black – ryh hockey units - $100
Prizes will be distributed this month.
Great job all of you. This fundraiser helps us keep our fees down and a win-win when we are keeping money in our local community!
Pizza Parents – Thanks for volunteering and helping run this successful fundraiser. I could not do it without you.
2021 Pizza Coordinator