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Warjacks/Storm Team Placement 2020-2021

 Squirt A
Orrin Binkley 
Chase Cerny
Seth Grosskreutz
Alexander Gumtz
Easton Jones
Kyler Kruzan
Jack Pergolski
Brayln Steinke
Jackson Tesch
Emmett Towle
Tyler Tranchita
Tanner Van Vuren
Grayson Welsh

Squirt B
Jade Benell Gray
Hunter Chen
Wes Heiden
Bryce Jokinen
Easton Krueger
Bennett Koback
Lincoln Maloney
Noah Mayer
Ethan Munson
Michael Nichols
Jamison Patterson
Ethan Pergolski
Callon Porath

 

 10U "B" Team Roster                              

Kendra

Blasky

Ezmei

Cronk

Aaliyah

Easton

Arianna

Jones

Isabelle

King

Alexa

Neumann

Livi

Pernsteiner

Chloe

Piskula

Melissa

Robinson

Leah

Sturm

Kylee

Walters

 

10U "A" Team Roster

Addyson

Birkenmeier

Everly

Boris

Alexandra

Brandt

Eliza

Brueggeman

Grace

Du Vair

Morgan

La Fave

Lacey

McGarry

Elisabeth

Meyer

Madyson

Rusinek

Ella 

Scalcucci 

Amanda

Schulz

Lauren

Sherden

Taylor 

Simonson 

 

WarJacks Bantam A:
Joey Cashmer
Chase Crass
Caden Bohlin
Tyson Vilbaum
Ty Marlowe
Zachary Pagel
Drake Kuharske
Ethan Rohde
Jakob Hane
Xander DeByle
Connor McCorkle
Nicholas Bodner
Tyler Wendell
Brady McFadden

WarJacks Bantam B:
Nick Townsend
Alex Fehl
Carter Fernandez
Tyler Grosskreutz 
Parker Klebenow
Owen Reeves
Landon Bennett
Landon Bruner
Oliver Wilson 
Ryan Skoug
Zach Gruhn 
Brody Benedict
Chase Klebenow

 

 

COVID COM UPDATE 11/11/2020

Dear Warjack Families,

This week, we were notified that two Pee Wee skaters tested positive for COVID-19.  In collaboration with the Marathon County Health Department, it was determined that all Pee Wee skaters are considered a "close contact" to the skaters who tested positive.  

The Health Department's definition of "close contact" is essentially any contact between hockey players.  As we all know, it is virtually impossible to play hockey without contact, so the effect of this definition is that if any of our skaters test positive, the rest of the skaters on that team will considered “close contacts”, and will be in quarantine for up to 14 days.  

When the Warjacks Board is notified of a positive case, we will immediately cease all hockey activities for that team. In addition, all skaters will receive a letter from the health department explaining the quarantine period that applies.  Quarantine applies to all activities, including school, hockey and any other activities outside of your household. 

The sooner we receive notice of a positive case, the sooner we can notify families and resume hockey activities. As we discussed at the beginning of the season, our primary goal is to provide a safe environment for our players and families.  As such, below are several important reminders:  

1. Follow the safety rules.  We have had repeated examples of parents in the rink without masks.  We have had parents in the rink with their children.  It is very important that we follow the established protocol to allow hockey activities to continue. Coaches are present to guide the kids, not police parents.

2. Communicate with your coach immediately if you have a COVID-related concern with your skater. We have had a number of parents reach out to us proactively on their skater quarantining for reasons outside of hockey. This is much appreciated and critical to the success of this year’s program!

3. Do not come to the rink if your skater is not feeling well for any reason. 

4. Be patient. We are all learning as we go and tackling new challenges that we have not been faced with in the past. This will be a team effort on the part of the Board, coaches, parents and skaters to successfully navigate these scenarios.

Thank you for your support.