The Academy Hockey Club Falcons are proud to announce the Summer 2017 Skills Development Camps! Our skills development camps are an affordable, fun and constructive environment for the Greater Dayton/Cincinnati area players. This after-work hours 24-28 July 2017 opportunity is for Squirt, PeeWee and High School players in the greater Dayton and Cincinnati areas. “Our model is simple” said Falcon Chairman Greg Gutterman, “we focus on max touches/repetitions, lots of enthusiasm, and lots of movement.” Squirt and Peewee sessions are planned to consist of 1 hour on ice and 1 hour off ice instruction. High school players will get 90 minutes of ice daily, distributed between skills development and small area games. Space is limited, so get your name on our Early Bird Discount distribution list today, by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org. It’s always a great day for hockey, eh!
Beavercreek Varsity Hockey takes on Alter at 3:45pm Saturday February 18 in the Ohio High School Athletic Association State Tournament at the Columbus Ice Haus (at Nationwide Arena)! Make plans to make the trip to Columbus and see some exciting high school varsity tournament hockey! Go Beavers, Go!
Come on down to South Metro Sports Complex in Centerville and cheer on the Beavercreek Varsity Ice Hockey Team in their 2017 SWOHSHL Tournament game! Sunday Feb. 12 at 2:00pm vs Mason. See you there!
SENIOR NIGHT! Senior Ethan Green goes for the Beavercreek High School all-time single season goals record as Beavercreek Varsity Hockey takes on Lakota East in their last home game of the season at 10:00pm Saturday February 4 at the Kettering Rec Center! Ethan is a Texas Hat Trick (4 goals- everything’s bigger in Texas, even a Hat Trick!) away from tying the all-time record, and an Alaskan Hat Trick (5 goals- bigger than Texas!) away from a new record! Make plans to come out for your last chance to see some Beavercreek Varsity late night hockey! Go Beavers Go!
PACK THE HOUSE NIGHT! Beavercreek Varsity Hockey takes on Talawanda in their next to last home game of the season at 10:00pm Saturday January 28 at the Kettering Rec Center! Make plans to come out for some late night hockey! Go Beavers Go!
Just in case you haven’t heard the news, the Beavercreek Varsity Ice Hockey Team will be hosting our annual Alumni Appreciation Game this Saturday, January 21st, on our home ice at Kettering Rec Center. The Battling Beavers will be taking on the Mason Comets at 3:10 pm.
We will be inducting our first Alumnus into the Beavercreek Hockey Hall of Fame! Please spread the word and come out to join us for this exciting event!
And on Sunday, January 22nd again at the Kettering Rec Center, Beavercreek will be hosting league rival Elder and raising funds to fight ALS is the “Stick It To ALS” gift basket raffle. Funds raised at this game, and every cent of the Fight ALS bracelet sales are to benefit Scott Matzka and his family. See scottmatzka.com to learn about his journey and how you can help!
Follow the Battling Beavers Hockey team on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. We hope to see you on Saturday and Sunday!
The Beavercreek Varsity High School Hockey Team took 3rd place in the 2017 Ehrnfelt Memorial Hockey Tournament in Strongsville, Ohio on Monday Jan. 16 as goalie Gram Doherty recorded the shutout in a 4-0 win over Harbor Creek of Pennsylvania. Beavercreek returns home to the Kettering Rec Center next weekend for a 3pm game Saturday Jan. 21 vs Mason on Alumni Appreciation Day, and a 3pm Sunday Jan 22 battle vs Talawanda in the “Stick It To ALS” fundraiser game.
Beavercreek Varsity Hockey will host a Stick It To ALS Hockey game and basket Raffle on Sunday, January 22, 2017 at 3pm at Kettering Recreation in Kettering, OH. The team will also be selling these bracelets for $2 each. This game, and every cent of the bracelet sales are to benefit Scott Matzka and his family. See scottmatzka.com to learn about his journey and how you can help!
The Beavercreek Varsity High School Hockey Team took 3rd place in the 2017 Springboro Shootout high school hockey tournament on Sunday Jan. 8 as goalie Kevin Bovair records the shutout in a 4-0 win over league rival Sycamore. Beavercreek travels to Strongsville OH next weekend for four games over the MLK holiday break.