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Allgeyer Tournament

Allgeyer Tournament

The tournament will consist of sanctioned Varsity, Junior Varsity, and Club teams. Play will commence Thursday, December 5th for local teams and Friday, December 6th for out of town teams then conclude Sunday, December 8th.
If you are considering participation in the 2019 Tournament, please contact Todd Erickson to reserve your team's spot in the tournament.

Fees will be $1,300 per team.  All teams will play four games.  Commitment fees are due by September 1, 2019.  Registration will close once we have the full complement of slots filled.

Checks should be made out to DHSHA and mailed to:

Dublin High School Hockey Association

Attn:  Treasurer

PO Box 2061

Dublin, OH 43017

Scholarship Information

The Allgeyer Tournament will continue to fund the Adam Allgeyer Scholarship.  The Association encourages supporters to make donations in Adam Allgeyer's name to the Dublin High School Hockey Association (DHSHA). With these contributions, DHSHA established and is the custodian of a separate Allgeyer Fund. One of the purposes of the Allgeyer Fund is to provide scholarships of financial assistance to families that may not be able to afford the annual cost of Ice Hockey. Applicants shall be in good standing with the association, participate in at least two major fundraising activities (Memorial, Irish Festival, Allgeyer Tournament), and must be willing to commit to volunteer 8 hours for either the Allgeyer Tournament or another DHSHA event.  The deadline for application is September 1st. The President will convene the Allgeyer Scholarship Committee. All information provided to the Committee is anonymous. The Committee will confidentially review and respond to all requests. A response from the Committee may require an interview with the player and/or the player's parent(s). Eligibility and consideration will be based on the availability of funds, the number of requests and academic eligibility.

For more information, please contact the DHSHA President.