HOCKEY NEWS
  • KnightHawks Signups Ending soon...
    If you or someone you know has interest in playing middle school hockey (check or non) with their friends, also who they will be going through high school with,  please let me know as soon as possible,  you can either e-mail jsaucier@husseyseating.com , text or call my cell (207) 651-2932.  We will need a check/payment by end of day Tuesday, October 21.  I will need to turn payments into the boosters Tuesday night, October 21.
    Posted Oct 17, 2014, 5:11 AM by Brett Saucier
  • Hockey T-shirts!
    Interested in buying a hockey shirt? Click image below for the order form!
    Don't be afraid to try and sell some to friends and family. 
    Raise some money for the team and show your support for Noble/Wells Hockey!

    T-Shirt Order Form



    Posted Oct 16, 2014, 8:52 AM by Brett Saucier
  • First Team meeting
    Our first player/parent team meeting will be held at Noble High School.
    October 21 6:30pm

    Can't wait to get back on the ice!
    Posted Oct 8, 2014, 6:30 AM by Brett Saucier
  • Alumni Game

    Posted Oct 7, 2014, 5:23 AM by Brett Saucier
  • Booster Meeting Minutes
    Posted Aug 12, 2014, 10:19 AM by Brett Saucier
  • Updated Information

    Booster Meeting: 

    We will host a booster meeting every month on the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM.  The meetings will alternate among Wells High School and Noble High School.  August’s meeting will be at Noble HS on August 12 and the September meeting will be at Wells High School on September 9th.  These meetings are open to the our hockey family, please join us!


    Tuition Payments:

    Parents requested a process to make payments during the off season.  We will gladly accept your tuition payments in any denomination that works for you.  Simply make any checks payable to Noble-Wells Hockey Boosters and mail it to:

    Noble High School

    Attn: Noble-Wells Hockey

    388 Somersworth Rd.

    North Berwick, Maine 03906


    Posted Aug 12, 2014, 9:59 AM by Brett Saucier
  • Deposit for upcoming season
    If you haven't submitted your $100.0 Deposit, please get it to Coach St.Cyr this Friday morning at practice. Thank you for supporting the program. - Blake
    Posted Jul 22, 2014, 11:05 AM by Brett Saucier
  • Summer Practices at Dover Ice Arena

    Once again, we will be sharing summer ice with the Marshwood program beginning on July 11 at 6:00 AM.  We will be co-sponsoring four sessions on Friday’s from 6:00 AM to 7:00 AM, running from July 11 to August 1 at the Dover Ice Arena in Dover, NH.

     

    Due to the lack of interest and support, we have passed on the opportunity to use the race track event as a fund raiser.  Yet, we still have a need to raise funds prior to the season starting to secure our ice for the season with a deposit in the summer, and for things like game socks, etc.  In an effort to ensure we have the proper pre-season funding, we are requesting each player provide a $100 deposit at the first summer skate session on July 11 (or the first session your player attends) that will be applied to their season tuition Checks can be made payable to the Noble-Wells Hockey Boosters. If for some reason a player is unable to try out for the team, or decides not to play prior to tryouts, or full tuition is raised via program ad sales, we will reimburse the player the full $100.  This is simply a measure the program must take to continue to be financially sound and meet its obligations during the pre-season.  The boosters appreciate your support in this matter.

     

    Program Ad Sales Fundraiser:

    At the first skate, we will be handing out the Program Ad Sales packets so the players can get a head start on their program sales and take advantage of seasonal businesses that have traditionally provided ads during the seasons past.  I will leave a number of packets with the coaches in case your player can’t attend the first session on July 11.


     

     

    The Boosters

    Posted Aug 12, 2014, 10:00 AM by Brett Saucier
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