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The Anaheim Ducks High School Hockey League was established on July 1, 2008 with J Serra Catholic High School in San Juan Capistrano as its Charter school. The following year Servite High School began its program and the league began to increase significantly. There was a total of 11 teams and eight schools consisting of JV and Varsity teams by the 2010-11 season. It was this year Servite High School took “The JV Champion Title” against J Serra. The league continued to expand to 13 new teams and two new divisions for the 2014-15 season.
While the league continues to grow so do the requests of adding more season games. On January 7, 2019 the Anaheim Ducks Hockey League excitedly announced the expansion of the regular hockey season to 18 games for JV Divisions and 20 for all Varsity Divisions. Presently, there are 49 total teams that will be participating in the 2019-20 season. Let’s make Servite High School earn the Title of Champions once again. Credo!
SERVITE HOCKEY looks to achieve excellence both ON and BEYOND THE RINK.
Aligned with the formation program of the school, we seek to shape future leaders both on and off the ice. It is important for us to build in each of the players a sense of family and brotherhood. With an understanding that there are many options for academics and hockey, we strive to set ourselves apart by shaping strong young men that will impact the communities they belong to in the future. We do this through hockey, but also many off-ice leadership and growth opportunities.
The team participates in service projects, team trips, and meals. The University of Notre Dame and Servite Hockey clubs have a long-lasting relationship of friendship and partnership which includes team visits, meals, and mentoring. Active in the community, Servite hockey players participate in retreats, leadership programs, and many other extra-curricular activities.
Servite Hockey is more than the players on the ice. The community that surrounds Servite hockey is made up of their families, the school community, and the alumni all supporting the mission and philosophy of Servite High School.
Mike Marshall- Program Director
Growing up in a coaching atmosphere, Mike Marshall’s father coached various team levels including the collegiate US Navy Academy. After playing for the NCAA, Mike decided to follow his father’s footsteps. With over twenty years of coaching experience, Mike has instructed athletes from club level to the high school league and has experience coaching for both the Jr. Ducks and Beach City Lightening. Off the ice, Mike is 5th-8th grade religion and social studies teacher at St. Cecilia Catholic School in Tustin and has taught summer school classes for both Mater Dei High School (English/Writing) and Servite High School (Algebra). Although Mike embodies great passion for coaching and teaching, he is most devoted to his family. As a father to two, Mike cherishes the daily triumphs and challenges of raising a family.
Matt Northgrave- Assistant Program Director
As a former AA player, Matt Northgrave brings an abundance of club hockey experience to Servite Ice Hockey. Additionally, Matt has also coached high school hockey in Memphis, Tennessee. A former team captain, Matt models leadership both on and off the ice, offering an open-door policy to all hockey players in need of academic or personal support on campus. As well as teaching Spanish here at Servite, Mr. Northgrave supervises a 7th period for hockey players which includes team workouts and study hall. Beyond his talent for hockey, Mr. Northgrave is an exceptional actor and can be seen in many Servite High School stage productions.
Damien Pascale- Treasurer
Damien Pascale has been the treasurer of Servite Hockey since 2012 and is the father of Jake Pascale, captain of Servite Hockey in the 2012-13 and 2013-14 seasons. Damien has been married to Maureen Pascale for 26 years and they have lived in Yorba Linda, CA since 2001. Their son, Jake, graduated from Northern Arizona University, where he played D2 ACHA for four years and played in the national tournament three of his four years. Their daughter, Molly, is a graduate of Cornelia Connelly and is finishing her MBA at Southern Oregon University this year. Damien and Maureen are parishioners of St. Martin de Porres in Yorba Linda, where Damien is third degree Knight of Columbus.
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Thank you SPONSORS
Servite Hockey would like to express its tremendous appreciation and gratitude to our sponsors. Your countless amount of support to our program is unmeasurable and the generous donations made allow player's dreams to become a reality.
For information on supporting Servite Ice Hockey feel free to email Serviteicehockey@gmail.com.
Your donation directly benefits our athletes! Thank you for your continued support of the Servite Hockey program.
My son wants to play Ice Hockey, who do I send my contact information to?
Director Mike Marshall -Mmarshall@servitehs.org
Kelly Mahler- Kmahler40@yahoo.com
What are the summer requirements?
Summer Conditioning officially starts Monday, June 10th to July 18th
freshmen can only start once 8th grade finishes.
Summer Conditioning/Dryland Training
The schedule is as follows:
Servite weight room M-W 8:45-10:00
Skills Training 10:00-11:00
Try out date TBD
What is the cost of Summer Conditioning and how do you sign up?
There is not a fee for summer conditioning. However, a commitment is required and all rules must be followed.
Servite Athletics Home Webpage.
You will need:
Summer Conditioning sign up form
Emergency Form filled out online and
How do we get physical form filled out?
Servite has a day where you can get your physical done for a small fee. We highly encourage our athletes to get physicals done at Servite Physical Day as the fee goes to our athletic trainer and facility. This year it is was on Saturday, May 11th. See school website for next year’s information.
Will we have tournaments or games during the summer?
No games or tournaments are scheduled during the summer months. Skills and exercise training is highly recommended. In addition, training through local programs is encouraged and open skate is suggested.
When will Ice Hockey practice start?
The first day of practice is on Wednesday September 4th from 3:50-4:50 at KHS Ice in Anaheim. Practices will continue on Monday and Wednesdays throughout the season and ends in March.
We will continue to have dryland training and the day and times TBD
What is involved for Ice Hockey as far as games?
There will be a schedule for games and tournaments that we will posted on our Website and through our main point of contact Shutterfly. Ice hockey season starts in September and goes to the March with Spring Select that goes until the end of May.