Congratulations to our Varsity award winners for 2019-20:
Most Valuable Player: Trevor Moore
Offensive Player of the Year: Brendan Hill
Defensive Player of the Year: Clark Parlier
Fighting Heart: Zach Richmond
Golden Cowboy: Austin Thurman
Congratulations to our JV award winners for 2019-20:
Most Valuable Player: Liam Krauss
Offensive Player of the Year: Brenden Combs
Defensive Player of the Year: Sam Norris
Fighting Heart: Malachi Grimsley
Golden Cowboy: Owen Raab
The League has announced its 2020 AT&T Metroplex High School Hockey League Annual Award winners. CHSHA is pleased to announce that Varsity player Trevor Moore has been named Offensive Player of the Year for the Varsity Silver 1 Division. The award honors the player who not only was a leader in offensive statistical categories, but also was a team leader on and off the ice.
Trevor certainly filled that bill for the Varsity team this year. He dominated the league in all of the offensive categories--leading the league with 27 goals scored, 17 assists, 38 points, a 2.4 points per game average, 4 power play goals, 5 short-handed goals and 7 game winning goals. He scored a hat trick in one period against the Prosper Eagles. Trevor is a leader on and off the ice--serving as an Assistant Captain on the Varsity team, playing travel hockey with the Texas Warriors, volunteering through the Coppell Young Men’s Service League and working with special needs kids at Coppell High School. We are incredibly proud of Trevor and congratulate him for his hard work being recognized by the League. Well done Trevor!
Coppell Hockey would like to congratulate our Varsity All-Academic Award winners recognized by the League. The League presented academic awards to the top juniors and seniors. The recognized players were not only some of the top players on the ice but also in the classroom. The League considered, among other things, the player’s GPA, AP and Dual Credit courses taken, extracurricular activities as well as community involvement. We had three Varsity players named to the All-Academic High Honors Team—Benjamin Apperson, Kaamil Jiwani and Vineet Madur. In addition, Clark Parlier and Austin Thurman were named to the All-Academic Honors Team. Congratulations to Benjamin, Kaamil, Vineet, Clark and Austin for working hard both on the ice and in the classroom. Well done!
JV Cowboys are JV Silver City Runner-ups. Lost 2-4 to Prosper—2 goals by Hamza Hussain (first goal assisted by Collin Untersee and second goal assisted by Robert Hilliard and Caiden Norris. Sam Norris stopped 19/23 shots. They overcame a 1-7 start to the season to be the sixth team into the playoffs, knocked off the #3 and then the #1 teams to make it to the finals. Proud doesn’t bring to describe how we feel about these boys and their coaches. #CowboyFightNeverDies.
Congratulations to the Varsity Coppell Cowboys—Varsity Silver City Champions. Coppell is the only team in the league to win both the City Championships and the State Championships—a pretty impressive feat. The Cowboys defeated Plano West by a score of 5-2. Two goals from Trevor Moore (assisted by Brendan Hill and Austin Thurman and Brendan Hill and Clark Parlier), and goals by Brendan Hill (unassisted), Michael Clark (assisted by Hamza Mohideen) and and empty netter by Austin Thurman. Kyle Reeves stopped 20 of 22 shots. Congrats to Chris Shakesby and D.j. Graham. #CowboyFightNeverDies.
Congratulations to the Varsity team on their 7-3 championship victory over Denton County. They are TAHA High School State Tournament 2A Division Champions. Three goals by Zach “Cakes” Richmond (assisted by Erik Masengill and Benjamin Apperson, Marlee Sprott and Michael Clark). Two goals from Trevor Moore (with assists from Brendan Hill and Clark Parlier and then by Camden Restivo and Brendan Hill). Other goals from Benjamin Apperson (assisted by Austin Thurman) and Brendan Hill (assisted by Austin Thurman). Kyle Reeves stopped 19 of 22 shots. Great team play all weekend. Congrats to Coach Shakesby and Coach Graham and the team. Way to Go Cowboys!!
11th Annual CHSHA Alumni Hockey Game - December 26th 2019
CHSHA is pleased to announce the addition of the following three coaches for the 2019-2020 season:
Ken Atkinson—JV Head Coach
DJ Graham—Varsity Assistant Coach
Connor Hood—JV Assistant/Goalie Coach
Chris Shakesby continues with the organization as the Varsity Head Coach and Director of Hockey.
Please welcome Ken, DJ and Connor to the club. Looking forward to the fall season already!
Players, parents, family members, coaches, and friends, Thank You for making the 2018-2019 Coppell Hockey Banquet such a success! Special thank you to all of those who volunteered to help set up such a wonderful event.
We would like to recognize our Seniors and Award Winners from the 2018-2019 Coppell Hockey Banquet.
Seniors: Clay Longbotham, Liam Moore and Connor Odom
Liam Moore - Most Valuable Player of the Year
Trevor Moore - Outstanding Offensive Player of the Year
Cam Restivo - Outstanding Defensive Player of the Year
Hamza Mohideen - Golden Cowboy Award
Payton VIto - Fighting Heart Award
Barret Allen - Most Valuable Player of the Year
Asheer Jiwani - Outstanding Offensive Player of the Year
Dylan Luu - Outstanding Defensive Player of the Year
Erik Masengill - Golden Cowboy Award
Harrison Gullatt - Fighting Heart Award
Adam Hadi - Fighting Heart Award
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month which is an annual campaign to raise awareness of breast cancer and funds for research.
For the last two games in October, the Coppell Varsity and JV teams showed their support for the fight against breast cancer as the players tape their sticks pink in honor and support of those who have fought and are still fighting.
Varsity South Summer Championship - Coppell lost to Highland Park 5-2. Congratulations to our Summer Varsity Team for a great season!
We would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for supporting the Amy and Michael Staples Memorial Foundation!
AMSMF Mission Statement:
To perpetuate Amy and Michael’s legacies by creating a self-supporting and perpetual endowment that will be used to support the causes and communities that were so important to them. They shared a truly unique life-journey that engaged them with many important and special causes that undoubtedly helped foster their incredible mother-son bond. The AMSMF endeavors to illuminate Amy and Michael’s footprints to assist anyone else that can benefit from the path that they forged with their special bond and super-human strength.
Players, parents, family members, coaches, and friends, Thank You for making the 2017-2018 Coppell Hockey Banquet such a success! Special thank you to all of those who volunteered to help set up such a wonderful event.
We would like to recognize our Seniors and Award Winners from the 2017-2018 Coppell Hockey Banquet.
Seniors: Doug Norris, Adam Singer, and Benjamin Wickham
Trevor Moore - Offensive Player of the Year and USA Hockey Playmaker
Adam Singer - Defensive Player of the Year and Golden Cowboy Award
Liam Moore - Most Valuable Player of the Year and USA Hockey Hat Trick
Erik Masengill - Fighting Heart Award
Clark Parlier - USA Hockey Playmaker
Austin Thurman - USA Hockey Playmaker
Please join us in congratulating Adam Singer and Liam Moore who were selected for the 2017-18 AT&T High School Hockey League Varsity All Star Team!
Coppell Hockey is honored to have three players to be recognized the AT&T Metroplex High School Hockey League the 2017-18 season. Please join us in congratulating:
Congratulations to Coppell's own Liam Moore and Austin Thurman who will be advancing to the National Championships with their travel teams!
We would like to say "Thank You" to everyone who made our 2018 Texas Hold 'Em Fundraiser successful. Parents, family members, friends, players, and coaches we could not have done this without you. Thank you for your continued support for the Coppell High School Hockey Association!
The 9th Annual CHSHA Alumni Hockey Game
Jere Lehtinen and Austin Thurman
The Dallas Stars retired the jersey of Jere Lehtinen on Friday, November 24th when they hosted the Calgary Flames. Jere’s number 26 was the fifth jersey to be retired by the franchise and the third retired since the team moved to Texas. Lehtinen played his entire fourteen year career with the Stars and was one of the game’s great two-way forwards. He was a three-time Selke Trophy winner, a four-time Olympic medalist and a Stanley Cup Champion.
While Lehtinen helped introduce the city of Dallas to the game of hockey, he also had a profound impact on youth hockey in Coppell and the DFW area. Jere and his family lived in Coppell during his playing days. His son was learning to skate and play hockey at the time, and Jere often volunteered as an assistant coach for mini mite, mite and squirt teams at the Dr. Pepper Stars Center in Farmers Branch and Valley Ranch. Lehtinen, never one to seek the spotlight, quietly helped teach the kids the fundamentals and to love to play the game of hockey. Many of the boys took to wearing Jere’s signature yellow skate laces during their practices and games.
Lehtinen’s impact on youth hockey continues to this day with former mini mite, mite and squirt hockey players scattered throughout various Tier 1 and Tier 2 travel, house league and high school teams in the area, including Coppell High School Hockey players Trevor Moore, Vineet Madur, Erik Masengill, Austin Thurman, Sam Norris, Donovan Burdette, Jacob Smith, and Gibson Duhe. Congratulations to Jere on the retirement of your number 26 with the Dallas Stars, and thanks for all you did to encourage and support the development of youth hockey in Coppell and DFW.
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