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Registration is Now Closed

By WCIHL 08/25/2019, 5:30pm CDT

The Squirt and Bantam coaches met Sunday night to draft their teams. The teams have now been chosen and the coaches will be in touch this week to communicate practice times.  Junior and Adult coaches will meet later this week to draft their respective teams.

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We are looking forward to a great fall 2019 season!

Off-Season Member Updates

By WCIHL Board 07/24/2019, 11:30am CDT

Several members of the WCIHL have been busy in the off-season honing their skills on wheels and on ice! Below are some photos of some updates we've received in the off-season. If you'd like to be included here please email us and send us your photos!

Spring End-of-Season Party

By WCIHL Board 05/25/2019, 5:45pm CDT

Pizza, cake, and prizes were enjoyed by all. The coaches handed out awards to the most valuable player and most sportsmanlike players on each team. Congrats to all the winners! To view photos from the party click here. (Photo Credit: Shannon Harvey). Special thanks to Marsha Stinson, Bonnie Reed, and all others who helped make the party a big success. See you in the fall!

Goalies in Training!

By WCIHL Board 02/05/2019, 4:00pm CST

On Saturday February 9th we had our first ever free "Goaltending 101" training camp. Thanks to Coach Rick for putting it on, and thanks to all those who attended and helped out!

2nd Annual SoKY Santa Shootout raises $883 for Charity!

By WCIHL Board 01/06/2019, 3:45pm CST

Another SoKY Santa Shootout is in the books! We played from 10pm to 2am and had a great time! Special thanks to all the guys who drove down from Owensboro and up from Nashville to participate. This year we were able to raise $883 for HOTEL INC!

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