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  • By: Lonny Lovins  It’s early here in Huntington on day three, and we may have already seen the game of the day.  In the PeeWee silver playoffs, the Revision Revolution and the Mission Bauer Raiders faced off in what played out as an instant classic.  The Revolution came in with a lot of momentum, and looked to take their tournament play to the next level, as they would build a three goal lead in the first period.  The Revolution were cruising to the next round, as a fourth almost guara

  • Interview by Nick Boyarsky 1) Name -Troy Loggins 2) How old are you:20… no 19 3) Where are you from:Huntington Beach, CA 4) What are you doing here at NARCh West:Playing Pro for Alkali Max, and then JR and D1 for Mission Outcasts 5)   How cool is it for you to play NARCh finals in your home town?I like it, it’s weird playing a NARCh Finals game, then going home to my own house and sleeping in my own bed, I feel like I should be in a hotel with the boys. But no, it’s really cool do

  • By: Lonny Lovins & Jeremy Ellis  Day two is almost in the books, and we are about to finish up with a classic Cowboys and Indians in the NARCh Pro Division.  It looks to be a real shoot-em-up.  The Cowboys are coming off a tough loss, hopefully they can circle the wagons, and get themselves back in the tournament.  The Indians have reservations about their first game as well, as they started slow going down by four goals, before charging late to earn a tie.  In the end, it should be

  • By: Lonny Lovins  Day one has been an absolute seesaw.  We didn’t have a mercy for the first half of the day, and we were still ahead going into the skills competition.  With our high level of signups for the skills, we got pushed back about a half hour.  This was due to holding up games to allow the skills to finish, then the mercies started rolling in.  Now we are running ahead by a half hour, and I am hoping the switch doesn’t flip on us again, as an early day is much better than

  • By: Lonny Lovins  Yesterday was a long day of setup, this morning we tackled the finishing touches, and now we are a go for launch!  The excitement is palpable, with all of the teams coming in with high hopes, and eager faces.  We have groups from all over the globe competing today, and it is awesome to see some familiar faces back from places like New Zealand, Colombia, and Namibia.  With all of the usual suspects here as well, we are looking pretty solid. I have to admit, this is going

  • 15 wc finals sched

  • 2000  looking to play in Florida; brother is going/playing but her team will not be going.  The team qualified silver but is able to play gold as well.  Also qualified silver in 16u jragon3522@gmail.comryan.lenhart@yahoo.com

  • Carmo Photography is proud to announce that we will be photographing the NARCh FINALS. We have been providing professional sports photography for over 30 years. Our photographers will be taking high quality action photos throughout the event. We will be offering photo sizes ranging from 5x7 to poster size. Please look for our sales table at the Rinks at Huntington Beach to view your team’s photos.   We are be offering an action photo disc of your team for $250.00. Each team will be photograph

  • by Rich Garvey   We are at the midway point of the Pittsburg Regional qualifier here at Hot Shots Indoor Sports Arena and three words immediately come to mind, Inspiration, Perspiration and Dedication. You don't have to be a hockey fan to be inspired by the stellar play in the squirt division of Crusaders forward Benjamin Stewart.  On a shortened roster of only five skaters, "Stewy" leads the charge for his team in it's quest for NARCh's Holy Grail.  Playing his heart out from puck drop t

  • 2015 West Coast Team List

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