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    Mini Spartans Session January 9-February 27

    Hello to our Try Hockey for Free families!

     

    We hope you and your skater have enjoyed our Try Hockey for Free program! This session of Try Hockey For Free ends Wednesday, December 12.

     

    We hope your skater wants to continue to develop those hockey skills! We offer a Mini Spartans program that begins on Wednesday, January 9. Mini Spartans runs on Wednesdays from 5:50-630 p.m. through February 27.

     

    Cost: $35

    What you get: 

    • 12+ hours of ice time
    • participation in a home jamboree,
    • scrimmage between periods of a varsity game
    • team pictures.
    • The skaters will be using hockey sticks while they continue to work on their skating skills...hockey sticks! There is nothing more fun than hockey sticks!

    Sign up online under the Registration tab at the top of this page. 

     

    Questions? Contact Dan Gilkerson at dgilkerson@somersethockey.com.

     


    Christmas Cash Raffle Winnners

    1st Place - $500 – Jeni Walkaff

    2nd Place - $500 – Kim Sawicki

    3rd Place - $250 - Richard Yzermans

    4th Place - $250 -  Deb Henton

    5th Place - $250 – Jer L

    6th Place - $250 – Brad Goulet

    7th Place - $150 – Jackson Schulz

    8th Place - $150 – Kady Smith

    9th Place - $100 – Lora Sorenson

    10th Place - $100 – Terra Bastolich

    Please contact: Dan.Gilkerson@somersethockey.com or 715-247-4445 to collect your winnings!

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    SOMERSET YOUTH HOCKEY ASSOCIATION (SYHA)

     

    The goal of the Somerset Youth Hockey Association is to provide the best possible environment for the enjoyment of youth hockey by all involved – skaters, parents, and coaches. The club is dedicated to the development of the basic skills and fundamentals of playing hockey.

    For over 35 years, SYHA has been providing local youth with the opportunity to play hockey. It all started with a simple flier placed in a local gas station, seeking out kids who wanted to learn and play the game. 

    The early days were spent playing and practicing on outdoor rinks, with dedicated parents watching, cheering and coaching their kids through every win, and every defeat. Successes were measured not only in goals, but in the growth of the program, and more importantly -- the individual character development of each child. 

    The Association has seen many changes over the years, but our commitment to developing disciplined leaders, who operate with integrity on and off the ice, continues to be the focal point of our program.