AMHA will host on-line voting this year for three board positions. Voting will take place starting today and will end at midnight on Wednesday, April 15. Seating of new Board members will take place at the annual meeting on Sunday, April 26 (more info about the virtual annual meeting is forthcoming). All current adult AMHA members with a SportsEngine account will be able to vote. No voting will take place at the annual meeting. A SportsEngine account is required to access any registration for AMHA and is the reason you will need a current account to vote.
Logan Will, of Ames, was recognized for his work helping students and youth hockey by being named the Heather Roberts Humanitarian Scholarship Award winner this month by the Omaha Lancers USHL hockey team for 2020.
Check out the article link for more details!
Congratulations Logan and we are very proud of you! Thanks for all you do giving back to youth hockey.
Athena currently plays for Cornell University as a Defender. Prior to Cornell, Athena played for a variety of hockey programs but has roots in Ames as she played with AMHA through Bantams. Additionally, Athena was a practice player on our High School Team when she was not on the road playing with her other teams. Athena returns annually to Ames and works with our youth skaters whenever her schedule allows. Cornell is currently the #1 seed in the 2020 Women's Frozen Four.
Please join us in wishing Athena and her Cornell teammates good luck in their pursuit of a National Title.
In honor of Athena and the many strong female hockey players that have played with AMHA, we are proud of the growth within the association related to female players. This past season AMHA had more female participants throughout the association than has been seen in years past.
Play Like a Girl!
Congratulations to our Peewees for their 3rd place finish and to our Squirts & Bantams for their 2nd place finish in the MWAHA Championship Tournament. What a great finish to a wonderful 2019/2020 Hockey Season.
Good luck to our Bantams, Peewees, and Squirts participating in the Mid-West Amateur Hockey Association Championships tournament this upcoming weekend. All three teams will represent themselves, their families, and AMHA in the Championship tournament to determine the league's highest honor. No matter the outcome AMHA is very proud of our teams and the way they play, compete and grow.
AMHA had a great last regular-season weekend. From Omaha to Dubuque to Amery, WI our teams competed and represented. Bantams and Squirts brought home 2nd place trophies while the Peewees and Mites brought home a 3rd place trophies. Overall, great last full weekend of the season. Go Flyers!
Congratulations to a group of amazing young skaters. Our squirts traveled to Fargo, ND to participate in the 2020 Squirt International Tournament. Out of 80 teams, the squirts made it to the championship game with a 5-0 record, coming up just short in a shootout after dobule OT.
Justin Sosounski - 1st Place 2020 Squirt Olympics - Fargo, MN
Congratulations to Justin Sosounski for taking 1st place in the relay race at the 2020 Squirt Olympics in Fargo, ND. Justin along with his Squirt teammates are attending the 2020 Squirt International Tournament in Fargo. AMHA is proud of Justin for his personal accomplishment and proud of the whole Squirt team for representing themselves, their families, and AMHA! Way to go team!
Congratulations to the Squirt A team for their Runner-Up at the Battle at the Stable in Cedar Rapids. The team competed hard all weekend and represented themselves and AMHA fully.
Bantam ND Championship
Congratulations to the Bantam A team for bringing home the championship from the Irish South Bend Cup. Very proud of the team for the way they represented themselves and AMHA.
What do two opposing teams from the Midwest High School Hockey League do between games? They volunteer at the Siena Francis House, moving (literally) tons of food from one building to another! Many thanks to the Omaha Junior Lancers and the Ames (Iowa) Little Cyclone Hockey clubs for their great help at our shelter! After playing a 7 pm game on Saturday and prior to their 1:30 pm match on Sunday, both squads met at our shelter early this morning and lent their youthful energies to a great cause. Both teams are definitely #SienaStrong. Ames Minor Hockey Association - AMHA Omaha Junior Lancers High School Hockey
Congratulations to our Little Cyclones for their victory of the 2019 I-35 Cup.
If you are interested in playing a regular season game against one of our teams, please use the below list to contact the appropriate team coordinator:
Mites: Catherine Korrect
Squirts: Jessica Shannon
Peewees: Angela Carl
Bantams: Rod Jones
Play Like a Girl!