Scholarship opportunity: A generous donation was made to the Trailblazers with the purpose of assisting a Trailblazer member or members with their house league dues.
Here is the form. https://goo.gl/forms/vqAZiXZZOftDJGmh1
Please submit your application through the link by December 14.
All application information and scholarship awardees will remain confidential. Vice President Lauren Felter is the point of contact and will happily answer any questions that may arise. email@example.com
Scholarship(s) will be awarded by December 23.
We've had a lot of questions and comments lately from people wanting to learn how to play. That's great! We're excited to see you on the ice. Right now, we do not have enough ice time to schedule regular practices or learn to play sessions. We occasionally run smaller clinics during the summer months.
If you haven't played hockey before, the best place to start is an adult learn to play class (or two) before you take on game situations. Knowing how to start, stop, and handle a stick will go a long way to keep everyone safe on the ice. Our Getting Started page will point you in the right direction.
We held our first end-of-season party and awards at Craft Public House. Winners were:
Most Goals: Stephanie Nadler
Most Assists: KB
MVP: Dani Rowe
Best Hustle: Sara Bass
Rookie of the Year: Maggie Kelly
Most Likely to Vomit: Alyssa "Cookie" Elliott
ARZY Award: Marisa Munoz-Vourakis
Founded, in 1995 the North Carolina Trailblazers Womens Hockey Association promotes competition, sportsmanship, athleticism, and community awareness by giving women age 14 and up a place to play ice hockey. We offer various programs, from learning how to play through practice, competitive tournaments and travel opportunities.