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Summer Youth Camp

Tuesday, May 31 - Friday, June 3

High School Summer League​

Begins Saturday, June 4

     Join the Orange Hockey Coaching Staff and Current Players for the second annual youth summer camp at Chiller North.

    

10u:

Tuesday, May 31 11:30-12:30

Thursday, June 2 10:30-12:30

Friday, June 3 10:30 - 12:30

 

 

Bantam

Tuesday, May 31 11:30 - 12:30

Thursday, June 2 10:30 - 3:30

Friday, June 2 10:30 - 3:50

 

 

Registration Link:

https://orangepioneerathletics.com/2022-orange-hockey-summer-youth-camp/

The Chiller Summer League begins Saturday, June 4. Teams play an 8 game regular season with a single elimination tournament concluding the last weekend in July.

The league is open to incoming freshman through the class of 2023.

Orange Hockey will have a JV and Varsity level team. Please contact coachblaskie@gmail.com for more details and registration information.

​2022 Summer Development

June 6 - July 31

Weekly Schedule Beginning June 6:


Monday
8:50 - 9:50 On-Ice with Lee Harris (Chiller North)
10:30 - 11:30 Weight Lifting (High School)

Wednesday
8:50 - 9:50 On-Ice Small Area Games (Chiller North)
10:30 - 11:30 Weight Lifting (High School)

Thursday,
10:30 - 11:30 Weight Lifting (High School)

There is no on-ice or weight lifting on July 4. The last On-Ice session will be July 13. Weight Lifting at the high school will continue through July, 28.


 

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Knupp, Headlee Named to All-StateTeams

Austin Knupp and Clay Headlee set two more records this season, becoming the first players in the history of the program to be named First Team and Secon Team All-State, respectively. Ethan Muth was awarded Honorable Mention.

 

Knupp led the area in scoring with 38 goals and 43 assists for 81 points. The senior forward was first-team all-state and second-team all-CHC, with 23 goals and 23 assists in league contests.

As a junior, Knupp had 36 goals and 39 assists. That was his first season with the Pioneers after he had played six seasons with the Ohio AAA Blue Jackets.

“On the ice, Austin was a threat to score for us every single game,” Blaskie said. “There were several games he had three goals – a hat trick – in one period, which is incredible. It (was) a huge confidence-builder for the whole team to have an offensive threat like Austin (was) for us.”

 

Headlee had 31 goals and 45 assists to help lead Orange to a finish of 18-9-0-2 overall and 10-4-0-1 in the CHC-Red.

The senior forward ended his career as the program’s assists leader with 99. He was second-team all-state and first-team all-CHC, with 12 goals and 24 assists in CHC play.

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As a junior, Headlee was Orange’s top scorer with 35 goals and 53 assists. He also had 19 goals and 23 assists in the CHC.

“Clayton has great vision on the ice, and he has always been able to find his open teammates,” coach Brenton Blaskie said. “He created offense every shift he was out there. He was a big leader, and he was the catalyst for all of our offense workouts.”

As a junior, Headlee was Orange’s top scorer with 35 goals and 53 assists. He also had 19 goals and 23 assists in the CHC.

“Clayton has great vision on the ice, and he has always been able to find his open teammates,” coach Brenton Blaskie said. “He created offense every shift he was out there. He was a big leader, and he was the catalyst for all of our offense workouts.”

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5 Pioneers  Voted CHC Award Winners

Clayton Headlee

First Team All-CHC

First Team All-Red Division

Austin Kupp

Second Team All-CHC

First Team All-Red Division

Ethan Muth

First Team All-CHC

First Team All-Red Division

Payton Muth

Honorable Mention All-CHC

Honorable Mention All-Red Division

Grant Hendrickson

Honorable Mention All-CHC

Honorable Mention All-Red Division

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