Register for session 2 for House League. This session is for returning House League skaters of AMHA, new to AMHA House League skaters and any Learn-to-Play AMHA skaters who are ready to move up to House League
$1,940 RAISED at the benefit game!
12TH ANNUAL QUINN'S QUEST CANCER BENEFIT
WHAT: 12th Annual Quinn’s Quest Benefit game
The game is played in memory of Quinn Boylston and in honor of current AMHA Miracle Kids and Joey Hehr (High School).
Quinn is the seven-year-old brother of Ames Cyclones, Orion (2013 Alum), and Payton (2015 Alum) Boylston. Following his first Mites season in March 2011, Quinn was diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor. His battle against cancer was deemed “Quinn’s Quest” and was supported by countless teammates, friends, and family members. Following a courageous, five-month battle, Quinn died in September 2011.
Entry for the game is a free-will donation. Proceeds from Quinn’s Quest Benefits go to a charity or foundation to help cancer research or to help support families who are going through similar battles with their own children.
This year, proceeds will go to Iowa State University Dance Marathon and Ames High School Dance Marathon. These charities provide financial and emotional support for children with life-threatening illnesses receiving treatment at the UI Children’s Hospital and other Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals and their families.
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High School – Dave Elliston
Bantam – Rick Baker
Peewee – Nat Little
Squirt – Andrew Murdoch
Mites- Jamie Surovy & Mike Paulsen
High School – Rod Jones, Mary Pink
Bantam – Heather Coe & Margie Braun
Peewee – Beth Borrett & Jenni Callan
Squirts – Laura Kim & Lindsey Dohrman
Mites – Courtney Bieze & Tara Pfantz
Mite Meltdown Tournament Director - Kelli Downing & Michele Eaton
LTP / House League – Julie Gould
Promotions: Kate Harvey
Sales Cart/ Apparel Orders: MaKayla Nemmers
The Ames HS Cyclones are proud to announce that 2 of its players have been selected to the U18 Team Midwest hockey team. (Wyatt Pink - So & Reid Jones - Jr)
U18 Team Midwest is a Tier II “preseason team” made up of high school players from the HS League (MHSHL). It is designed to keep players on their high school teams during the regular season while gaining additional competition against other Tier I and Tier II teams. Games will be played in August through October. Games will be played vs USPHL Premier Jr teams from MN (Blue Ox, Moose, Mullets, Outlaws), Shattuck-St. Mary’s, Chesterfield (St. Louis) MO, the Chicago Pre-Season Showcase, & the prestigious Silver Sticks tournament in Denver, CO.
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:
Nominations due February 27, 2023.
Voting on these nominations, first weeks in March.
Click to register for the season at each level. Learn-to-Play, House, Mites, Squirts, Peewees, Bantams, High School.
If you have a Squirt-High School player, an skater evaluation will need to be completed in addition to the online registration.
Tryouts for AMHA Squirt through High School teams have concluded. If you'd like to tryout please email email@example.com.
Use of Amazon Smile is a great way for you to help support AMHA via an online shopping website you may use often. Don't just use Amazon! Please use Amazon Smile and select Ames Minor Hockey Association as your charity. A percent of your purchases will be donated to AMHA.
In honor of 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.