• Attention ALL New & Past COACHES!!

    Posted June 5, 2018
    Announcing that USA Hockey Pacific District and PNAHA will host a CEP Coaching Symposium weekend in Spokane, WA on September 21st, 22nd and 23rd.
    If you are needing your Level 1, 2, 3 or 4 Coaching Certificate, registration is now open for September 21, 22 and 23 in Spokane, Washington. We encourage all current level 3 coaches to take advantage of a level 4 clinic in our state and attend if at all possible. There will be many national and district personnel presenting in depth hockey information. 

    There is no re-certification required after a coach achieves their level 4. WAHA will be reimbursing all coaches for their registration fee's only. Please email receipt to Josh Fisher for reimbursement of registration.

     All coaches who wish to participate this upcoming season make sure to check your credentials and register below if necessary. As a reminder, coaches need to be certified by December 31st. Questions? Please email our Coaching Director Calvin Stapleton 

    Register Here:

The David Jones Memorial Award was created to honor the memory of David Jones, father of WAHA players Mark and Jon Jones who was killed in the explosion that devastated the Appleyard Railroad Terminal in South Wenatchee on August 6, 1974. He was only 28 years old when he died. David played hockey as a boy in Minnesota. He attended Southern Illinois University on a full athletic scholarship, playing baseball and football. He worked as switch foreman for Burlington Northern Railroad and was cherished by all those who knew him for his positive attitude and zest for life.

This award is given to one member of each Rep. team each season. The recipient of this award is chosen by his team based upon his over-all contribution to the team. This award is not necessarily given to the player with the greatest skill, but is chosen for his overall contribution to the team and good sportsmanship. The recipient should best demonstrate sportsmanship as described below.

Sportsmanship is a positive attitude which shows respect towards teammates, coaches and opponents, a sense of fairness, self-control, courage and persistence in the face of obstacles. The recipient is this award works hard for his team, placing the team's success above his own. He demonstrates a good attitude, is unselfish, celebrating his teammates successes before his own. He wins with grace and loses with dignity.