Voting this year will take place online ONLY. Please take a couple of minutes to vote for open board seats and the proposed by-law changes.
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Introduction: Ames Minor Hockey Association is seeking qualified candidates for the High School Hockey Head coach position for the 2019 season and beyond.
Overview: Head High School hockey coach is responsible for oversight and execution of all aspects of the Varsity and Junior Varsity programs both on and off the ice. These include, but are not limited to:
Salary: TBD based on experience and qualifications.
Please use the link below to apply for the Head Coach position formally.
Thank you to all the coaches, players, and parents for your effort and support of the AMHA High School Program. To celebrate the 2018-2019 season the annual High School Banquet was held to hand out season awards and give thanks to all involved.
Player Voted Awards
Noel Erickson MVP - Ethan Tulp
Don Erbach Best Defensemen - Jackson Kinart
Sean Murdoch Rookie of the Year- Jackson Kinart
Best Defensive Forward- Ethan Tulp and Lucy Weninger
Players Player Award Caleb Dirks and Gunnar Jones
Wierson Spirit Award- Jake Smith and Timothy Weber
Scottie Johnston Varsity Leading Scorer- Luke Nemath and Ethan Tulp
JV Leading Scorer- Jake Smith
Iron Cyclone Champion- Jackson Kinart- only player with a perfect score
Best Academic Performance- Timothy Weber, Caleb Dirks, JB Schwartze
(Highest team GPA)
Coach or Staff Voted Awards
Flannel Shirt Award- (Hardest worker) Timothy Weber and Jackson Kinart
Most Improved Player-
Luke Nemath- growth in skating
Billy Woodward- growth in knowledge of the game and overall improvement
John Russo Leadership Award-
Timothy Weber- Amazing leadership in both his school community and volunteer efforts with boy scouts and other activities, took the lead in trying to be an off-ice leader within the team.
Chase Soat- Always did whatever the team asked, moving to goalie is just one example. A great example of leadership through work and example on and off the ice. Great perspective on life, knows where he is going and what he wants to do.
Russ Moore Service Award (Chosen by the Head Coach)- Service award that is awarded to staff members of the high school for outstanding service, or to members of AMHA who’s service has gone above and beyond and benefited the high school program. First awarded in 2009. The award not been awarded since 2013. It is named after former player and 3-time high school head coach Russ Moore, who served AMHA in some capacity as player, coach or board member from the late ’70s until his final year on the board in 2010. Russ continues to serve the Midwest High School Hockey League as a Vice President and the Director of the High School State Tournament.
Stacy Woodward- AMHA President, Vice President and Chair of Several Committees.
Rosalie Tulp- AMHA President, Vice President, Sales Cart Chair
Tracey Stewart- High School Team Manager- and Assistant Manager
Ron Smith- High School Assistant Manager, AMHA youth coach, AMHA Vice President
Congratulations to the 2018-2019 Midwest League academic award winners for having a 3.0 (cumulative) and 3.5 (cumulative-seniors only/Presidents award). Way to go Little Cyclones!
Slap Shots is selling AMHA Pants and Gloves for next season. Get your orders in by April 6 to ensure delivery by August..
To positively engage local youth in the fundamentals of hockey through:
The Boylston Family with current AMHA Skaters Tim Weber and Matthew Hehr presenting a check to ISU Dance Marathon raised through the Quinn's Quest Game earlier in the season.
Ames vs Harbin ,China
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