The Watertown Hockey Association is pleased to offer fall registration for Tier II Pre/Post (16U) Jefferson Jaguars Midgets for the 2014-2015 Season. Total registration fee of $450 plus $75 fundraising fee. See Registration Tab for more information on fundraising and scholarships.
PAY ONLINE IN FULL or PAY INITIAL REGISTRATION FEE OF $100 AND $25 FUNDRAISING FEE AT THE TIME OF REGISTRATION. REMAINING REGISTRATION FEE SHALL BE DIVIDED INTO (4) EQUAL INSTALLMENTS AND AUTOMATICALLY DEBITED FROM THE SAME ACCOUNT ON OCTOBER 15, NOVEMBER 15, DECEMBER 15 AND JANUARY 15. REMAINING FUNDRAISING FEE OF $50 SHALL BE AUTOMATICALLY DEBITED FROM ACCOUNT ON JANUARY 15.
YOU MUST REGISTER ONLINE and PAYMENTS MUST BE DONE ONLINE. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE AVAILABILITY OF A CREDIT/DEBIT CARD, YOU CAN PURCHASE A VISA GIFT CARD AND USE THAT FOR PAYMENT. THERE IS NO ADDITIONAL COST TO REGISTER ONLINE.
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Concerned about those expensive hockey registration fees?
Tired of traveling long distances for practice?
Stay at home and let your child play amongst friends!
Registrations for the 2014-2015 Season are now open for the Watertown Rapids.
WHA offers Mites, Squirts, Pee Wee, and Bantam House Teams.
See registration tab on the left for more information regarding teams, fees, and payment options.
Not concerned about travel? Looking for a higher level of play?
WHA is offering a fall evaluation for all players interested in the Jefferson Jaguars.
On Sunday September 7th, the Jefferson Jaguars will begin practicing at SUNY Canton for a period of (4) weeks. The Jefferson Jaguars are Tier II tournament bound teams. All interested players are welcome to attend in preparation for an evaluation by the WHA Coaching Committee to fill team openings. All players must provide a Player/Financial Release Form and be currently registered with USA Hockey before touching the ice.
For more information, please contact the following individuals:
General Questions: Jon Christopher (email@example.com)
Sunday, September 7th
12-1pm = PeeWees
1pm-2pm = Bantams/Midgets
2pm-3pm = Squirts
Sunday, September 14th
1:30pm-2:30pm = Squirts
2:30pm-3:30pm = PeeWees
3:30pm-4:30pm = Bantams/Midgets
Sunday, September 21st
10am-11am = PeeWees
11am-noon = Squirts
noon-1pm = Bantams/Midgets
Saturday, September 27th
8:30am-9:30am = Squirts
9:30am-10:30am = PeeWees
10:30am-11:30am = Bantams/Midgets
Coaching Applications are still being accepted. Please see Coaching Tab along left side of this page and submit your application today.
"I just wanted to take the time to say Thank You. I just saw on Facebook this morning that both Brennan and Evyn Ash made the travel team in Tampa. That, combined with the fact that Gehrig made the Travel Team here in Washington State, and the fact that Keldon and Kade Erickson are playing Travel Hockey in Nashville is truly evidence that Watertown Hockey is a machine for producing a great Hockey Culture, and that Watertown Coaches are teaching the right stuff.
These kids would not be where they are without you guys.
In case nobody says it... I just wanted to thank you guys. You Coaches and Watertown Hockey in general deserve a ton of credit."
Douglas R. Pfeffer
Since its organization in 1958, the Watertown Skating and Hockey Association, Inc., has remained true to its original purpose of developing “the health and cultural growth of youth in the community” through participation in athletics. Over the past 50 years the Association’s volunteers have coached, trained and mentored thousands of children in Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence counties. The Association has skaters on the ice ranging in age from 3 to 18 years old. Our teams compete throughout New York and Canada and we play host to several hockey tournaments in Watertown each season. The Association is the local affiliated organization of USA Hockey, Inc., the national governing body for the sport of hockey in the United States. We take pride in the strict standards of coach education, qualifications and screening required by USA Hockey. The quality and dedication of our coaches and volunteer management and staff is directly reflected the years of loyalty of our many skaters and parents. Besides training athletic skill and teaching a sport, our coaches strive to develop character, sportsmanship, and overall physical fitness. Our mission is to provide each child with the opportunity to grow socially, learn mental and physical discipline and experience the power of teamwork and collective competitiveness. The Association looks forward to another 50 years of developing civic minded, responsible citizens through youth sport.