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Successful Hockey Program Ready for Biggest Fundraiser

Dodgers have more ice time, players than ever.

Madison High School hockey team. Credit:
Madison High School hockey team. Credit:

Madison High School Dodgers Ice Hockey teams are having successful seasons, with more ice time and players than ever before, and the program is getting ready for its biggest fundraiser of the year this week.

The MHS Hockey program for 2013/2014 has the largest team in its history, with 30 players on Varsity and JV. With support from the Madison Board of Education and the MHS Ice Hockey booster club, the teams have secured more ice practice time and training than ever before.

The Boosters bought new uniforms and are helping the program engage with the Junior School hockey players. The high school and junior school run joint practices to introduce rising skaters to their older peers at a higher level of play.


The Madison High School hockey team's largest fundraiser is this week.

The “GOT ICE?!” event is scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday at the Madison Elks Club, 192 Main Street. Everyone is invited to attend the party, which promises to be a fun-filled evening with great raffle prizes, videos and pictures of the games, food, spirits and socializing with sports parents from Madison and Harding. Cost is $75 per couple, or $40 per person. Pre-registration is appreciated: http://tinyurl.com/Got-Ice-2014

Varsity is 12-3-1 and junior varsity is 6-3.

The players invite the community to attend the games: http://dodgerhockey20132014.teamsnap.com/schedule . 


Pictured: Coach Dave Hanson, Ryan Hoover, Pat Zimmerman, Michael Gleason, Jimmy Piechnik, Matt Sweeney, Kyle Midlidge,Harrison Meyer,Jack Donald, Danny Niscovacia,Jake Nittolo, Peter Cleaves, Coach Joe Cecala

Peter Anderson, Jared Finnerty, Will Scavone, Adam Graham, Charlie Cleaves, Sean Hurley, Aaron Wilsea, Chris Rosica, Max Garrety, Chris Rogers, Gus Haralampoudis

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