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  • From the Rinks in Huntington Beach, June 16th-26th, 2016  

  • by Alex Morrison The famous song by Queen is one that everyone wants to be able to quote when they walk in the building.  Of the 214 teams here, only a handful will be able to make that statement.  Today, we crowned the first 2. In Mite Platinum, the Pama Cyclones 05 were the favorite to win this division from the beginning, and even going into the championship game against the San Diego Rockets 05.  The Cyclones even took a quick 4-0 lead, leaving our staff scrambling to get the medals ready

  • Photos available for purchase at the photo booth located by the front door at HB Inline. 

  • By Alex Morrison As it usually goes, the 2nd day of competition is a little more intense than the first, as teams usually play 2 games each day before being seeded into the playoffs.  Games 3 and 4 tend to have a little more strategy, based on the team’s goals against standings, and the assumed quality of their opponent.  Today has been no different. The 16 team Mite Silver/Club Division ended the preliminary round of play with only 2 teams undefeated.  In Silver, the San Diego Rockets 06 a

  • By Alex Morrison Today is the start of 23 Days of the NARCh Finals, taking place on 6 rinks in 2 different states.  This first 11 days is held at The Rinks – Huntington Beach, where 214 teams are coming in to play 576 games.  We are thrilled to have groups in from New Mexico, Oregon, Nevada, Arizona, British Columbia, and quite a few players from the east coast that are joining teams here.  Outside of North America, teams from Japan, Brazil and Colombia have joined the fray as we find out w

  • 2016 WC NARCh Finals Schedule

  • NARCh is based out of North County San Diego and we’ve put in a lot of effort over the years to assure that roller hockey stays strong in this market.   My personal roots go back to starting a league in ’91 and moving to Encinitas in ’95 where I founded teams, coached, did private lessons, referee, and whatever else I could do in the sport when I wasn’t at a NARCh Event.  NARCh was just starting then so things weren’t as busy and it wasn’t even close to a year round commitment. Es

  • by Alex Morrison The end of the regional season can be a busy time, as we have hundreds of teams to register for the NARCh Finals, the seeding of those 400 plus teams into their respective divisions, and scheduling the 20 days of hockey on both coasts.  Finishing things up near home in Escondido is a great thing for us, and a nice weekend of hockey for those last minute qualifiers, and the teams trying to get a NARCh tune up. The rinks here in North San Diego County are in the middle of a city

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