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KC Jets Capture Second Consecutive MHSHL Championship, 4-1
Sunday, March 1 - Sports Spotlight - AMES | The start of the MHSHL was later than scheduled due to some ice issues back in the fifth place game but the Dubuque and Kansas City waited to see if the Jets would get their second straight title or if the Devils could hoist their first-ever title. The Jets got off the runway quickly as Alex Hoehn got a rebound shot to the back of the net and a 1-0 lead at 1:35, assisted by Jon McManus and Wesley Weissend.  Kansas City continued to pressure in the Devils zone and it paid off at 6:34 of the opening period for a 2-0 lead as Gunnar Morse scored for the Jets, assisted by Avery Lambden and Jake Taylor.  The Jets outshot the Devils 15-9 in the opening period. Read More>

CHAMPIONSHIP SUNDAY
9 - Fifth-Place, 9:00: Waterloo 3, Mason City 1 Summary>
10 - Third-Place, 11:00: Des Moines Capitals 4, Omaha 3 Summary>
11 - Championship Game, 1:00: Dubuque 1, Kansas City Summary>
Tournament MVP: #14 Alex Hoehn - Kansas City Jets

SEMIFINAL SATURDAY
5 - Consolation Semifinal, 9:00: Mason City 4, Sioux City 3 Summary>
6 - Consolation Semifinal, 11:00: Waterloo 10, DM Oak Leafs 2 Summary>
7 - Championship Semifinal, 1:00: DM Capitals 1, Dubuque 4 Summary>
8 - Championship Semifinal, 3:00: Kansas City 3, Omaha 0 Summary>

FRIDAY MATCHUPS
1 - Quarterfinal, 12:00: #4 Omaha 3, #5 Waterloo 2 Summary>
2 - Quarterfinal, 2:00: #3 Dubuque 6, #6 Mason City 0 Summary>
3 - Quarterfinal, 4:00: #2 DM Capitals 4, # 7 Sioux City 3 Summary>
4 - Quarterfinal, 6:00: #1 Kansas City 5, #8 DM Oak Leafs Summary>

Varsity Awards Night
Saturday, February 28 - AMES | Players were honored during ceremonies following today's semifinal games at the Varsity Championship Tournament. Honored were Top-10 Scorers, Top-3 Silver Glove Goaltenders, All-Stars and the regular-season champion Kansas City Jets were presented the League's traveling trophy. League president, Todd Scebold, awarded graduating seniors with a 3.5 GPA or better with the President's Senior Academic Achievement Award.
The All-League team was announced for the first time and head coaches Gary Emmons from Kansas City and Kevin Nolen from Dubuque were announced as Co-Coaches-of-the-Year.
All-League Team
Forwards: Blake Ramsey, Jr. - Des Moines Capitals; Alex Burns, Sr. - Des Moines Oak Leafs; Kean Kontor, Jr. - Lincoln
Defensemen: Zachary Ross, Sr. - Des Moines Capitals; Gabe Bortscheller, Jr. - Dubuque; Jake Taylor, Jr. - Kansas City
Goaltenders: Derek Fitzgerald, Sr. - Ames; Jake Steiner, Sr. - Kansas City

Ames search for new Head Coach
Sunday, March 1 - AMES | The Ames Little Cyclones is in search of a new Head Coach. The target date for closing interview sign ups is March 13th. Anyone interested in applying for the open position should contact Doug Lenhart at doug.lenhart@regi.com to set up an interview.

2014-15 MHSHL All-Stars
Monday, February 23 | The Midwest High School Hockey League coaches’ selections for 2014-15 All-Stars were released today. The list includes All-Division players - the top forwards, defensemen and goaltenders from each of the East, Central and West Divisions. The remaining All-Stars were selected regardless of division alignment.

All-League selections, representing the League’s top three forwards, two defensemen and goaltender, and Coach-of-the-Year, will be announced during the Varsity Championship Tournament in Ames, February 27-March 1.
All-Star Roster>

2014-15 MHSHL Academic Awards
Seniors graduating with a 3.5 GPA or better will be honored with the President’s Senior Academic Award. Other players with a 3.0 GPA or better will recognized with the Academic Achievement Award. Academic List >

Team Mid-West Tryout Information
Wednesday, January 22 - AMES | Team Mid-West will again compete at the 2015 America's Hockey Showcase high school tournament in Pittsburgh, PA. Tryout information is now available for interested junior and senior players from the Mid-West Affiliate. Read More>

MIDWEST HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY LEAGUE

WEST DIVISION
KANSAS CITY Jets | LINCOLN Jr. Stars | OMAHA  Jr. Lancers | SIOUX CITY Metros

CENTRAL DIVISION
AMES Little Cyclones | DES MOINES Capitals | DES MOINES Oak Leafs | MASON CITY Mohawks

EAST DIVISION
CEDAR RAPIDS RoughRiders | DUBUQUE Devils | QUAD CITY Blues | WATERLOO Warriors


2015 VARSITY CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT
February 27-March 1, Ames/ISU Ice Arena

2015 JUNIOR VARSITY YEAR-END TOURNAMENT
March 6-8, Ames/ISU Ice Arena

Varsity Championship Tournament
Ames/ISU Ice Arena

MEDIA COVERAGE

CHAMPIONSHIP SUNDAY
Jets Capture Second Consecutive Championship
Sports Spotlight | Sat, Feb 28

Devils advance to championship game
Dubuque Telegraph Herald | Sun, Mar 1

Dubuque Devils advance to play Kansas City
in championship game

Dubuque Telegraph Herald | Sat, Feb 28

VARSITY TOURNAMENT
Area Roundup: Mason City 4, Sioux City 3
Mason City Globe Gazette | Sat, Feb 28

Warriors bounce back with 10-2 win
Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier | Sat, Feb 28

Metros end season at MHSHL Tournament
Sioux City Journal | Sat, Feb 28

MHSHL Varsity Tournament Pairings & Results
Sports Spotlight | Sat, Feb 28

Area Roundup:Dubuque 6, Mason City 0
Mason City Globe Gazette | Fri, Feb 27

Warriors fall in first round
Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier | Fri, Feb 27

Caps trip Metros at MHSHL tournament
Sioux City Journal | Fri, Feb 27

Devils rout Mason City, 6-0, in quarterfinals
Dubuque Telegraph Herald | Fri, Feb 27

McHenry, Mohawks looking to make noise
at League tourney

Mason City Globe Gazette | Fri, Feb 27

Road to Ames - Omaha Junior Lancers
The Red Line Show | Tue, Feb 24

Devils aim for next step: Winning at state
Dubuque Telegraph Herald | Thu, Feb 26

Metros prepare for MHSHL Varsity Tourney
Sioux City Journal | Wed, Feb 25

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