Jr. High & High School Leagues

League Dates


Registration Period July 23rd - September 3rd
Exhibition Games August 24th thu September 1st
Regular Season Starts September 7th
Roster Lock Date September 18th
Division Lock Date September 25th
Playoffs November 16th & 17th










For more information, please contact League Director, Robert Herbst.


Game Format

Team Packet

At the time your deposit is made, a team representative will be emailed a team packet that includes our code of conduct forms, roster form, proof of attendance forms, and a copy of the league rules.

Team Structure/Rosters

Each team roster will consist of 16 total slots.  These spots may be filled in any manner you see fit.  The total number of players on your roster (skaters, goalies, and back up goalies) must be 16 or less.  Players that are on two (2) different rosters must only play one position for each team (cannot be a starting goaltender on more than one team, and cannot skate out for more than one team).  

Game days/times

Our school leagues are considered "weekend leagues" which means games are played on Saturdays from 3pm - 11pm. 

Practice times

Practices time are available for rent. Please contact Robert Herbst directly for more information.

Membership Requirement

All participants must be Silver Creek Sportsplex members. Click here for membership details.

If your membership expiration date is before the end of the new season, renewal will be required at the time of league fee payment. 

If a financial hardship is preventing your child from participating in organized sport, Silver Creek Sportsplex Foundation might be able to help. Click here for foundation information.

Required Equipment

Equipment may be rented as needed, including a very affordable season rental option. 


School Hockey Rules of Conduct

Scholastic athletic competition should be fun. It should demonstrate high standards of ethics and sportsmanship and promote the development of good character and other important life skills. The highest potential of sports is achieved when participants are committed to pursuing victory with honor, through the core values of integrity, respect, responsibility, fairness, and good citizenship. Everyone involved in sports programs has a duty to assure that their programs impart important life skills and promote the development of good character. The highest potential of sports is achieved when all involved consciously teach, enforce, and embody these values and are committed to the idea of pursuing victory with honor. Parents/guardians, coaches, and the student-athletes themselves each play an important role in the sports experience. 

These codes of conduct apply to all student-athletes, coaches, and parent/guardians involved in high school sports at Silver Creek Sportsplex. Download, print, and sign your code of conduct document and bring it to the check-in desk on your next visit.

Code of conduct – Students/Athletes
Code of conduct – Parents
Code of conduct – Coaches

Supplemental High School hockey rules

Thank you for your commitment!