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    Dublin High School Hockey Association

    2020-21 Season Registration


    Dublin Hockey Families,

    Registration for the 2020-2021 season is officially open.  You can follow the link below to register your player(s) for the upcoming season.  This season’s registration fee will be $2,450.  Payment can be made anytime between registration and the day of tryouts.  Families can also select the payment plan to spread the payments between July and November.  Players will not be allowed to tryout until their dues are paid in full.  Players that make the Jerome JV team will receive a $550 registration credit or refund.

    Families have the following payment options:

    1. Online in full via credit card* or checking account debit
    2. Offline in full via check mailed to the PO Box or provided in person before tryouts
    3. Payment plan with 5 payments via credit card* or checking account debit for $490 with the 1st due at registration and then payments due on August 1, September 1, October 1 and November 1 (payments will be automatically charged or debited from the same account)

    * Note that a processing fee of 3% + $1.75 will apply to all credit/debit card transactions

    All checks should be made out to DHSHA with the player(s) name in the memo field

    All payments should be mailed to Dublin High School Hockey Association, PO Box 2061, Dublin, Ohio 43017

    2020-2021 Registration Link:

    Also, families can apply for scholarship funds through the Allgeyer Scholarship Fund.  Applications are due by September 30, 2020.  An Application can be found here:

    Please reach out to your team trustees with any questions.

    Thank You,

    Dublin High School Hockey Association Board

    2020 Adam Allgeyer Memorial Tournament

    Dublin Hockey Families,

    Our annual Adam Allgeyer Memorial Tournament will be held at the Ohio Health Chiller rinks on December 4-6, 2020.

    This tournament was created in memory of  Adam Allgeyer, a Coffman player, who tragically lost his life in an automobile accident in 2001.

    You can find more information on the Dublin Hockey web site at the following link:

    We will also be incorporating the DIFD awareness campaign.  More information to come on key events.

    Find more information on what DIFD is about: 

    This tournament continues to be a success each year due to all of the Dublin teams and families helping support this event.

    We will need help again this year and will be creating a Tournament Committee to help with all of the events.

    We will be seeking  2 volunteers from each school (aside from our Trustees) to help with this event.


    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. 

    Mission Statement

    The Association was formed to provide financial and other support for Ohio High School Athletic Association (“OHSAA”) sanctioned (“Varsity”) hockey programs at all Dublin high schools, and such club teams (“Club”) as are necessary to operate a well-rounded program.
    The Association’s goals are:

    1. To provide a positive high school hockey and academic experience for Dublin City School District ("District") students.
    2. For its programs to be competitive statewide.
    3. For its players and parents to be ambassadors for the District and the game of hockey.

    Board members shall, to the extent possible, make decisions which are best for all players within the Association.

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