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Category Archives: High School

Pinnacle places third at 2022 USA Hockey Division I high school national tournament

March 31st, 2022

Congratulations to the Pinnacle High School hockey team for bringing home the bronze medal at this past weekend’s USA Hockey Division I high school national tournament in Plano, Tex. More from USA Hockey. (March 31, 2022)

Arizona youth hockey, AHSHA graduate Garnier employs roundabout journey to play for NA3HL’s Capitals

September 22nd, 2021

Cole Garnier’s hockey journey is a little different than most. Growing up in the small college town of Brockport, N.Y., outside of Rochester, he and his family would always go to watch the school’s college hockey team play and from there, he fell in love with the game. “I started as a skater when I…

Hamilton, Bobcats graduate Gunnare hoping USPHL’s Mullets are springboard to college hockey

September 17th, 2021

Originally from Iowa, Dylan Gunnare hit his stride once he moved to Gilbert and played AAA hockey the past two years for the Arizona Bobcats. Throw in a 2020 AHSHA state championship with Hamilton High School, and Gunnare accomplished a great deal in a relatively small amount of time in the desert. For the 2021-22…

AHSHA announces 2021 Division 1 all-state players, all-stars over four divisions

February 10th, 2021

AHSHA moving forward, making plans for 2020-21 season

May 4th, 2020

Amidst all the uncertainty with the COVID-19 crisis, AHSHA is using the spring months to make tentative plans for the 2020-21 high school season. The 2019-20 season ended in early February with the state championships at Ice Den Scottsdale, but with the USA Hockey National Championships wiped out, Division 1 champion Hamilton High School didn’t…

Four AHSHA state champs crowned in quartet of exciting games at Ice Den Scottsdale

March 31st, 2020

Anyone in attendance at Ice Den Scottsdale over the Feb. 8-9 weekend saw four incredible high school state championship games as AHSHA wrapped up the 2019-20 season, arguably its most successful one to date. Hamilton won the Division 1 title, while Flagstaff grabbed the Division 2 crown, Notre Dame Prep the Division 3 championship, and…

Tahoe Prep secures school’s first NCAA college commitments

March 31st, 2020

The overriding and long-term goal at Tahoe Prep Academy has always been about one thing and one thing only – preparing its student athletes to take the next steps in their lives after high school. For some, that means playing junior hockey, and for others, it means continuing their hockey careers in college. READ OUR…

Using a total team effort, Tahoe Prep skates to NAPHL prep division title

March 30th, 2020

When Tahoe Prep Academy first opened its doors in the fall of 2016, winning championships was likely the farthest thing from the minds of their coaches and staff. While success on the ice would eventually become a primary goal, the academy needed to build a foundation first and focus on developing individual hockey players who…

Tahoe Prep boasts solid academic plan that works, on and off the ice

March 10th, 2020

Any young hockey player or parent of a child who aspires to play high-level hockey and pursue a junior or college career knows the struggle of trying to balance travel with academics. Kids can find themselves commuting an hour or more each direction to practices and games, eating into their study time and forcing them…

Rogers excelling at Tahoe Prep after move from Montana

March 2nd, 2020

For Braylon Rogers, the opportunity to advance his hockey development and challenge himself academically at Tahoe Prep Academy was a no-brainer. A 16-year-old junior who plays goalie for Tahoe Prep’s varsity team, he is in his first year with the academy after relocating from his native Montana and a little more than five months into…

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