The 2021-2022 Ames Cyclone High School tryouts will be held Thursday, August 5 through Sunday, August 8. Registration required, please see link below.
AMHA is excited to announce the 21-22 hockey season lead coaches and coordinators. No association can be successful without the dedication and commitment from our volunteers, especially at the coaching and coordinator level. On behalf of the AMHA Board and association thank you one and all for stepping up to lead our teams!
High School – Dave Elliston
Bantam – Rick Baker
Peewee – Matt Paulsen
Squirt – Andrew Murdoch
Mites- Jamie Surovy & Mike Paulsen
High School – Rod Jones, Mary Pink – Co – Coordinator, Ryan Kinart, Michelle Wilson as Assistant Coordinators
Bantam – Sharisse Naeve & Tami Woehl
PeeWee – Erikka Bouska
Squirts – Beth Borrett & Kristine Loes
Mites – Michele Eaton & Kelli Downing
LTP / House League – Julie Gould
Congratulations to Carlee Rae Schwartze for signing with Lady Blues Hockey! What a great opportunity and accomplishment for Carlee. AMHA is proud of Carlee and wishes her the best of luck next season. Way to represent yourself, your family, and AMHA!
Congratulations to Lucie Van Bergen and Evie Letcher for being selected to skate with the MWAHA 10U select team this summer. Lucie and Evie were among 41 skaters who tired out. Big shoutout to these wonderful and talented AMHA skaters. Way to represent yourself and AMHA. We are very proud!
AMHA is happy to officially announce Coach Dave Elliston will be taking over as Ames High School Head Coach!!
Coach Dave grew up playing hockey in Omaha. First, in Omaha's youth program and then he moved on playing for the Omaha AAA program for u16 and u18.
Dave also played for the ISU Cyclones 2009-2013.
Most recently Dave has been coaching at the bantam level for AMHA for the past 4 seasons. In the last 2 seasons, he has been head coach. During this time Coach Dave has shown his commitment to AMHA and skater development.
Again we are excited to have Coach Dave on board as High School Head Coach, please join us in giving him a warm AMHA welcome!!
Congratulations Noah Davies (F) (07) for being selected to attend the USAH 2021 Central District Bantam Camp. Additionally, congratulations to Oliver Giles (D) (07) for being selected as an alternate to attend the USAH 2021 Central District Bantam Camp.
Congratulations to Ethan Wilke (D) (06) for being selected to attend the USAH Central District Boys Player Development Camp Tryouts.
All players proudly represented themselves and AMHA while continuing to "Raise the Bar" for AMHA Hockey.
Congratulations to the 2021 Iowa City Tournament Champions Mites 8U Black team. Way to represent yoursleves, your team and AMHA. The future is bright for AMHA!
Congratulations to the Bantan Orange Team for their Consolation win at the 2021 La Crosse, WI Bantam B Tournament. The team went 2 - 3 to finish their season strong. Way to represent yourselves, your team, and AMHA!
Congratulations to the Bantam Black team for their Championship win at the 2021 J2K Bantam A Tournament in Mason City.
Congratulations to the Bantam Black team for their Championship win at the 2021 Capitol City Clash Tournament. The team went 5 - 0 with a 2-1 victory over Sioux Falls in the championship game. During the semi-finals game the team went into the 3rd period down 2-0. With just 2+ minutes remaining the team scored 4 goals to win the game. The team showed grit and determination while never giving up!
Play Like a Girl!
We at Ames Minor Hockey Association (AMHA) pride ourselves on our motto of "Raising the Bar". This year is no different, and we are excited to announce several new opportunities within the AMHA community, while also reminding you of the already existing programs we provide our players.
The following are included in annual registration fees:
AMHA also supports our coaching staff in providing additional training and practice opportunities for optional purchase:
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!