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    Oktoberfest at the Wild Onion Pub & Brewery October 13th

    Join other Barrington Bronco Hockey fans on October 13 at The Wild Onion Pub & Brewery in Lake Barrington for a fun evening to support our high school players!

    Oktoberfest is the name, and raising money to support a rewarding experience for the JV and Varsity teams is the game! Two levels of tickets are available - “Pretzel” for $50 includes Oktoberfest inspired appetizers- “Prost!” for $65 includes Oktoberfest inspired appetizers, 1 beer/wine, and 1 custom commemorative Broncos Hockey glass!


    Check out the Evite, and forward to adult family and friends - this is casual and fun, all for a great cause! There will be some auction items and a 50/50 raffle to add to the excitement.  Come for the fun, and leave with knowing you’ve supported our hard working and amazing group of players!

    View Evite for Oktoberfest

    Please RSVP by October 3. Questions - contact Elizabeth at 224.678.3463 or See you there! 

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    Welcome to the Home of the BBHC

         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 that 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.


    Broncos Hockey Spirit Wear

    The BBHC Spirit Wear on-line store is now open. You may make purchases from now until midnight on September 2nd. 

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    to start shopping. Please allow 2-3 weeks for delivery after the store closes, with the exception of the popular BoatHouse Jacket which is running about 10 weeks. The BoatHouse Jacket needs a minimum order of 12 jackets throughout the organization. There will be a sample of it at the parent meeting. If the minimum is not met, you will receive a refund. Some new and exciting items have been added this season! All items will ship directly to you.

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    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.