Category: Beavercreek Hockey

2017 Academy Hockey “High School Fall League” Registration Now Open!

Academy Hockey Club is proud to announce our incredible 2017 programs!  See for more information on our programs, coaches, non-profit purpose/goals — and to register for our great programs!

After a very successful inaugural year, Year Two is fast approaching for the Academy Hockey Club “High School Fall League” at South Metro Sports. We offer a great warmup high school season playing opportunity that meets current OHSAA regulations for SWOHSHL, regional High School, and USA Hockey players in fun 4 v 4 non-checking format with USA Hockey certified referees.

This program is the perfect opportunity for new high school players to get a feel for the speed of the high school game in a low contact environment, with lots of open ice and fully refereed games.

Our program allows all high school players to balance their Fall activities at a reasonable cost and get in some great/fun hockey to be better prepared for the high school season!

USA Hockey registration for 2017-18 is required.

Our format:
> – Academy Hockey Club High School Fall League
> – September 7 – November 2, 2017
> – 4-6 Teams (arranged for competitive play within OHSAA rules)
> – 9 Games guaranteed including playoffs
> – Some Thursdays 7 or 8pm and Sundays 10 or 11am (schedule subject to change)
> – South Metro Sports, Centerville OH
> – Open to all SWOHSHL, regional High School and USA High School Players
> – Cost per player: $250.00


Summer 2017 Skills Development Camps!

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 four age groups- Squirt, PeeWee, Bantam, and High School (Midget) 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:  It’s always a great day for hockey, eh!