Lyndhurst starts high school glaciers hockey coop program

LYNDHURST – In an attempt to keep more students within the district and to attract those thinking about the sport, Lyndhurst High School will be portion of a supportive ice hockey deal with Paramus High School next winter season.

Beginning within the 2013-14 season, Lyndhurst students would be area of the Spartans team starting with the actual.

Lately the actual district continues to be losing students to non-public high schools because of the insufficient an glaciers hockey program.

The district especially has wasted students to Paramus Catholic. The Paladins were one of the best non-public ice hockey groups last year and a few of the hockey players were Lyndhurst citizen.

Moreover the transfer comes after curiosity from the pupil body and a demand from your Paramus school section.

“They known as me and we have a lot of kids who play the sport activity with their students within an AAU (club) group so it was obviously a good fit, inch said Lyndhurst Athletic Director Frank “Butch” Servideo.

Servideo said that the section sent out the survey to high school students and upcoming high school students which found that twenty five students were thinking about playing glaciers hockey.

Positive aspects school fitness director said that they looked into whether the section could run their very own ice hockey group.

“We looked at starting out own however the expense is substantial, ” said Servideo.

The game of hockey continues to be percolating within the township for over 30 years since the inception of the Lyndhurst Roller Hockey Rink on River Road and also the league which continues these days.