Matthew Dodge, Kyle Krueger, Shane McCloskey, Daniel Parisi and Anthony Pitti represented the Barrington Broncos Hockey Club in the annual 4th of July obstacle competition at the Barrington Brat Tent. This year, teams from BHS included hockey, football, wrestling, and soccer. Five teams from the Great Lakes Naval Base also participated in the competition. A great time was had by all!
Wishing all of our Broncos Hockey families a safe and happy Fourth of July!
Barrington Broncos Hockey Families:
We have several programs available to keep our players on the ice and in shape over the summer break. Each program has its own sign up. See below for more information. Any questions? Contact Steve Martins 847-558-9199 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Summer Development Program
These sessions will be run by Broncos Coach and Hockey Director Steve Martins, and will focus on skill development and small area/full ice games. The summer program is open to all current and incoming students.
Program dates: July 11- August 10, 2017
Ice Times: Tuesdays 8:30-9:50 pm and Thursdays 7:20-8:40 pm
Location: Crystal Ice House, 320 E Prairie St, Crystal Lake
Fee: $310.95 No partial skate discounts will be given. Online payments only. See link below to register.
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Connor Mackey - Green Bay Gamblers
Ryne Krueger, senior defenseman for the Barrington Broncos, was selected to represent the United States in the World Deaf Hockey Championships in Amherst, New York. The team Is comprised of 22 players from 13 different states and players range in age from 17-32. Team USA won gold by beating Team Canada 6-3 in the finals. Way to go Team USA! We are so proud of you!
2017 Team Illinois America's Showcase Champions - Gary Barbera
Congratulations to Gary Barbera and Team Illinois for beating Pittsburgh in the final game 6-3 to become the America's Showcase Champions! Gary had three goals and two assists in the tournament. Way to go!
A HUGE thank you to Janet Bresch and everyone on the committee for planning such an awesome banquet. The families and the players had a great time. And many thanks to our coaches for their time and dedication to our club.
Barrington Broncos Junior Varsity Team - February 20, 2017
Best Forward – Matthew Marquis
Most Improved Player – Charlie Rolecek and Dylan Hubbard
Hardest Working Player – Louis Soccorso
Leadership Award – Anthony Pitti
Player "Love of the Game" – Nicholas Nehf
Best Defenseman – Jack Adams
MVP – Matthew Marquis
Best Forward – Parker Ritter and John Bresch
Most Improved Player – Jason Lucas
Hardest Working Player – Nicholas Morch
"Perseverance" award – Ryne Krueger
Player "Love of the Game" – Max Scodius
Best Defenseman – Gary Barbera
MVP – Gary Barbera and Ben Mazurek
Our Senior Players - Kyle Krueger, John Bresch, Gary Barbera, Ryne Krueger, Matt Sobczak, Nick Morch, Evan Dardanes, Ryan Leaven, Kyle Osterhues
Thanks so much to Joannie Petrungaro for organizing such a memorable event for our senior players. It was so nice to see Alumni parents, BHS students and our BBHC families in attendance. Thank you to all who helped Joannie with the program, set up and clean up. We truly appreciate all who contribute their time and effort to our organization. Congratulations Seniors!
Barrington Broncos Hockey Club would like to thank the middle school players (and their parents) for coming out to support our Varsity team for their winning game against Deerfield. We hope that the players had a good time seeing their friends, meeting future Barrington Broncos Hockey teammates and talking with Coach Steve Martins. Everyone seemed to enjoy the locker room tour, pizza and t-shirts.
Congratulations to Carter Andreae who was the lucky winner of the raffle basket!
Any middle school player who did not get a chance to join us, we look forward to seeing you next time. If there are others who we should add to our distribution list, please forward contact information to Russell Smith email@example.com
The Barrington Broncos Hockey Club (“BBHC”) strives to provide students in good standing at Barrington High School an opportunity to play hockey at the highest level available for their age group, while simultaneously representing their high school and fellow students through athletics. BBHC will provide its players with the highest level of training available in any program. The BBHC will focus on developing a feeder program and a varsity program that can compete with any high school or midget program.
The combination of development through teamwork, respect and commitment, in addition to the dedication it will take to compete effectively at these high levels of competition, will develop character and skills in BBHC players which can be used throughout their lives.High school hockey in Illinois is a club sport organized under the American Hockey Association of Illinois (AHAI). The Barrington Broncos Hockey Club was organized in 1974 and is affiliated as a club sport with the Barrington High School. The Barrington Broncos Hockey Club is a separate organization responsible for its own revenues and expenditures and does not receive any monetary assistance from the high school. Varsity letters and Junior Varsity awards are provided by the same company that supplies the high school and are awarded at our annual year end banquet.
Crystal Ice House
320 E. Prairie St.
Crystal Lake, IL 60014
2017 Varsity Locker Room
Hockey Director and Head Coach Steve Martins was named Co-Coach of the year in the SHL, the most competitive and complete high school hockey league in the state.
Congratulations to Coach Martins.
The SHL has won 3 of last 4 state championships, and had 7 of 8 finalists the last 4 years.
The Barrington Broncos Hockey Club is not sponsored by, or affiliated with, Barrington Community Unit School District 220. The School District and Barrington High School have no responsibilities for, and no duties in connection with, the Hockey Club’s activities or for any injury or loss which any parent, guardian, spectator or participant may experience.