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IN-HOUSE LEAGUE:  We have changed our in-house league back to Monday nights.

Next sign up will be in APRIL 3 AT 6PM

     In-house is played every Monday night from 6pm to 8pm.  12 & under(CO-ED) play at 6pm or 6:30 pm.  13 & over, Adults, & Ladies  play either at 7pm 7:30, 8pm or 8:30...  Come on over and watch some games.  There is no charge to watch.  See what it is all about.

TRAVEL TEAM:

     Our travel teams play in the state of Texas and Arkansas in the Central League.  It is played from November to June, going to different cities.  We are a member of USARS.  Nationals is held every year in a different state.  This year(2016) we played in Lincoln, NE.

WHAT IS RINK HOCKEY?

Rink Hockey, a sold out spectator sport in the 1992 Olympics, is internationally played in over 50 countries.  World Chapionships are held annually for School Boy, Junior, Ladies, and Senior divisions along with intercontinental cup tournaments.  The United States is divided into three Rink Hockey regions, West, Central, & East.  Tournaments are frequently held across the United States.  Each year there is a National Championship where all the teams compete.  The divisions include, 8U, 10U  12U 14U, 16U, Ladies (14 & over) and Senior Bronze, Senior Silver, and Senior Gold.  Each Rink Hockey region has a regional representative who can be contacted for more information.

  • The first recorded Rink Hockey game was played in 1878 at the Denmark Rink in London, England*
  • It was first known as "Roller Polo" because the skaters copied polo*
  • Rink Hockey was introduced into the U.S. in 1882 with the formation of the National Roller Polo League in Dayton, Ohio, with teams in seven cities*
  • Rink Hockey is a non-contact skill sport
  • Tight turns, quick starts and stops
  • Five players on the floor at one time: 1 goalie and 4 floor players
  • Two periods:8, 10, 12, 15,20 or 25 minutes depending on your division
  • You can only use your stick, no kicking the ball.
  • Sticks are shorter than inline hockey, there is no left or right curve
  • Ball is a 6oz hard rubber ball