Rampage team up with SAYHA to form Jr. Rampage

The San Antonio Rampage today announced that they have partnered with the San Antonio Youth Hockey Association (SAYHA) to form the Jr. Rampage, which consists of seven youth teams for boys and girls.
“We are excited to join the San Antonio Youth Hockey Association and the Ice Center at Northwoods to form the Jr. Rampage,” said Rampage (AHL) Director of Hockey Business Ryan Snider. “We are thrilled to develop this long term relationship to promote and grow the game of hockey in the San Antonio community.”
The Rampage (AHL) made a financial commitment to the Jr. Rampage in order to purchase jerseys displaying the Rampage logo.
“This is a great opportunity to form a lasting partnership with San Antonio’s only professional hockey team,” said SAYHA President David Jones. “We are proud to wear the Rampage jersey and are looking forward to working with the Rampage (AHL) to encourage kids in the community to give hockey a try.”
SAYHA was formed in 1999 and now consists of seven teams of boys and girls ages 8 to 18.  The teams practice and host their games at the Ice Center at Northwoods, the Rampage’s (AHL) official practice facility. The teams participate in tournaments throughout Texas, including Dallas, Houston, Austin, and the Rio Grande Valley. SAYHA’s mission is to provide kids with a form of exercise, camaraderie, teamwork and teach good sportsmanship to their children. For more information about the Jr. Rampage and SAYHA, log on to www.sanantonioyouthhockey.com.

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