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The Raiders, a non-profit organization, skate out of SkateQuest of Reston. It is a twin-rink facility just off the Dulles Toll Road in Reston, well-positioned to serve the Northern Virginia and metro D.C. area. Read More

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Score For St. Jude
Hello CBHL Clubs, Teams, Players and Parents!   I...
12U 2007 Blue Wins the HarborCenter Cup
The Reston Raiders 07 Blue team kicked off the HarborCenter Cup Gold...
10U 2009 Blue Wins HarborCenter Cup!!
The Reston Raiders 10UAA Blue team ventured north to the Queen City...
16U Silver Win Congressional Cup Thanksgiving Classic!!
The Reston Raider 16u Silver took first place in the Washington DC...
Raiders Travel Goalie Clinics
The Raiders will again be offering monthly Goalie Clinics for all...
Raiders House Goalie and Players Skills Clinics Available
The Raiders are offering Goalie and Players Skating/Skills Clinics...
Score For St. Jude

Hello CBHL Clubs, Teams, Players and Parents!


I hope you all had a wonderful holiday season. I wanted to write and congratulate you on your progress so far with Score for St. Jude. We are at $13,662 in just a week and a half! You all are doing an amazing job and I cannot wait to see what the next few weeks bring!!


If you have not yet registered as a fundraiser, I encourage you to do so ASAP! The instructions can be found on the attached flyer; it is super simple! In order for this program to be successful, we need as much participation as possible! When you become a fundraiser, be sure to share your page on social media, via email and via text. Also, I encourage you to talk about this at games and practices to help spread the word. This program is the first of its kind for St. Jude, and this region is the pilot (SO EXCITING)! That said, we would love to see you all knock it out of the park, so that we can then expand this nationally and get players involved from all around the country, because childhood cancer affects families everywhere.


Why St. Jude?

·         Childhood cancer is the number one cause of death by disease in children under 14. This year alone over 16,000 parents in the United States will hear the words “your child has cancer.”

·         Families never receive a bill from St. Jude for treatment, travel, housing or food—because all a family should worry about is helping their child live.

·         Treatments invented at St. Jude have helped increase the overall childhood cancer survival rate from 20% to more than 80% since we opened more than 50 years ago. We won’t stop until no child dies from cancer.

·         Because St. Jude freely shares our discoveries, every child saved at St. Jude means doctors and scientists worldwide can use that knowledge to save thousands more children.

·         St. Jude treats children from all 50 states and around the world.

·         Because a majority of St. Jude funding comes from generous donors, St. Jude has the freedom to focus on what matters most— saving kids regardless of their financial situation.


Just imagine the impact we could have if every player of the CBHL registered and shared their page! We would not only be raising thousands of dollars, but also spreading awareness to thousands of people. Every dollar matters. It truly does make a difference. Danny Thomas, St. Jude’s founder, said “I would rather have one dollar from a thousand people, than a thousand dollars from one person,” because that means a thousand people are invested in this amazing cause. Even if you have never participated in a fundraiser before, please take a moment and join us. Help us defeat childhood cancer, so that no child should ever die in the dawn of life.


Please feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions, concerns or if you just would like to chat about St. Jude. I would love to get to know you all and have you get to know what an amazing place St. Jude is. My contact info is in my signature!


(Reminder: all CBHL players can participate, even if they do not score goals. The pledges are for total goals scored by the team over the month of January, not the player)


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Let’s get a little friendly competition going!!

So far our clubs with the most money raised are as follows:

1.    Howard: $3,241

2.    Frederick: $3,168

3.    Ashburn: $1, 950

4.    Hagerstown: $1,601


The Teams in the lead:

1.    Midget U16 Upper Patrick: $1,622

2.    Howard Huskies 18A Midget Silver: $1,110

3.    Ashburn Squirt AA (09) 10U National: $1,050


Let's Go Raiders, please sign-up and join the cause!!!

by posted 01/11/2020
12U 2007 Blue Wins the HarborCenter Cup

The Reston Raiders 07 Blue team kicked off the HarborCenter Cup Gold Division preliminary round Friday morning against North Toronto.  The teams 8-hour bus ride the night before had an effect on their legs in the first period as the 07s dug a quick hole letting up three goals in the first.  The team battled back in the second and third to tie the game 4-4 with three minutes left in the game.  The second game of the day had the Raiders matched up against a tough high scoring Glancaster Bombers team from Ontario.  The Raiders battled to lock down their defensive game and broke a scoreless tie midway through the second period and added an insurance goal in the third for a hard fought 2-0 victory.  After enjoying a fun night in downtown Buffalo the team was ready for their Saturday match-up against the Tier 1 Rochester Coalition.  Reston opened the scoring in the first, but Rochester evened the score going into the third.  The Raiders pulled ahead five minutes into the third and added an insurance goal five minutes later to lock in a 3-1 win.  With a spot in the semi-finals locked up many players and their families headed out for a fun evening at Duffs Famous Wings.

Despite the presence of the Buffalo Bills and Baltimore Ravens players roaming the hotel halls ahead of their NFL game, the Raiders knew that they had to stay focused on their task at hand.  Championship Sunday started with the Raiders facing the undefeated Steel City Ice Renegades in the semi-finals.  The Raiders scored a goal in each of the first two periods and put the game away early in the third with two more goals resulting in a 4-1 victory.  The Championship game was set with a rematch against the Glancaster Bombers.  Once again the Raiders had a plan to lock down the high scoring offense and capitalize on their offensive opportunities.  The Raiders opened the scoring early in the first and added a second goal later in the period.  The second and third period were fast paced, hard fought and the Raiders held on for a 2-0 victory.  Coach Waterman was impressed how the team adjusted after allowing three goals in the first period of the tournament to only allow three more goals over the next 14 periods of play.  While the bus drive home was long in distance the time seemed to fly by as the players and their families passed around the cup and enjoyed their time together.

The members of the team are Alex Markva, Alex Oehm, Autumn Frear, Colin Barnett, Everett Liu, Gus Simanson, Harrison Smith, Jack Spiess, Jackson Brown, Jackson Mika, Markus Kim, Noah Lawson, Sam Ettinger, TJ George, Tyler Waterman and Will Annexstad.  Team is coached by Tim Waterman, James Kim, Jeff Barnett Josh Brown, Paul Spiess, Tom George and Managed by Ashli George and Simon Smith.

by posted 01/07/2020
10U 2009 Blue Wins HarborCenter Cup!!

The Reston Raiders 10UAA Blue team ventured north to the Queen City of the Lakes, Buffalo, New York and the 2019 HarborCenter 10UAA Cup over the weekend of November 22nd-24th.  In their opening game, the Raiders overpowered the Niagara Jr. Purple Eagles on Day 1 in Buffalo.  On Saturday morning, it was a different story when the Raiders met a determined foe in Team Ohio of Westlake, Ohio.  The Raiders fell short in that game, 7-4, which set up a showdown with the West Seneca Wings in the third and final preliminary game with a spot in the semi-finals on the line.  The Raiders started fast and controlled the majority of the play, ending up on top, 5-0, to finish second in the group. 

On Championship Sunday, as the sun rose over majestic downtown Buffalo, the Raiders jumped out early on a strong and well-coached Amherst Knights team and never let up, winning 5-1, to set up a rematch in the afternoon final against Team Ohio.   The championship game was a tense affair, with both teams trading blows, but the Raiders had good energy early and then showed a lot of grit and determination late in defending a lead, to prevail by a final score of 4-3.  After the game, the Raiders took turns spinning around the HarborCenter main rink with the Cup, posing for pictures, signing autographs and generally soaking in the tournament title before the long, but happy, drive back to Northern Virginia.

The team had a great time off the ice as well, enjoying outdoor skating in Canalside, taking in a Canisius-RPI game, and eating plenty of Tim Horton’s donuts, wings, beef on weck, and Ted’s hot dogs.  The members of the team are: Ben Schaffer, Ben Pollack, Ben Labbe, Calvin Crosson, Clark Crosson, Carter Scott, Connor Murtha, Cormac Jarvis, James Wu, Joe Scodellaro, Kaj Horowitz, Lucas Trachtenberg, Max Markakos, Nathan Lerner, William Abrantes, and Zayden Roe.  The team is coached by Matt Scodellaro, Larry Roe, Pete Markakos, Pete Horowitz, Chris Jarvis, Tom Scott, James Murtha & Andre Abrantes, strength and conditioning coach Chip Labbe and the team is managed by Angie Scodellaro.    

by posted 12/03/2019
16U Silver Win Congressional Cup Thanksgiving Classic!!

The Reston Raider 16u Silver took first place in the Washington DC Congressional Cup over the Thanksgiving Day weekend. Their tournament victory was highlighted by exceptional goaltending and team play. On the path to the championship, 16u Silver faced teams from Virginia, Maryland and New York before playing Suffolk County in the championship game. The final was a physical contest where the Raiders took a 2-0 lead in the first. Suffolk scored early in the second and Reston answered minutes later to maintain their 2 goal lead. The game went back and forth with both teams scoring again to end the second period 4-2. After a goal by Suffolk with 6 minutes left in the third period, bringing them within one goal, the Reston Raider 16u Silver team maintained discipline, composure and tenacity to win with a final of 4-3.

Congratulations to 16u Silver.

Players (alphabetically by last name): William Colwell, Joseph Donovan, Kyle Dooley, Brennan Hall, Chris Hildebrand, Noah Johnson, Tianzuo Li, Colin McKindley, Andrew McNeish, Camden Mercer, Bryce Rodgerson, Adam Rodriguez, Travis Sagusti, Will Scherer(G), Matvey Shakula, Jack Sullivan(G), Hayden Towle, Jake VanDerMiller and Nolan Wilson

by posted 12/03/2019
Raiders Travel Goalie Clinics

The Raiders will again be offering monthly Goalie Clinics for all Raiders Travel Goalies.

The clinics will be held on Sunday evenings over the course of the season and will be held from 6:10 - 7:10 pm. The 8U Tra el Goalies will have their clinics on the first Sunday of each month. 10U & 12U Travel Goalies will have their clinics on the second Sunday of each month, and our 14U, 16U, 18U Travel Goalies will have their clinic on the third Sunday of each months.  Girls Team Goalies will attend the session at their appropriate birth years.

All attendees must register in advance to attend the clinics and registration is now open for all clinics through December. The January and February registrations will be live shortly.

by posted 10/12/2019
Raiders House Goalie and Players Skills Clinics Available

The Raiders are offering Goalie and Players Skating/Skills Clinics all season for Raiders House Players.

The Clinics are being offered on Saturdays at Loudoun Ice Centre and all players registered in the Raiders House League are eligible to participate. This is a great opportunity for players and goalies to get some extra ice and instruction time to improve their skills.

The clinics are offered the first Saturday of the month four 8U players, the second Saturday of each month for our 10U & 12U House players and goalies and the third Saturday of each month for our 14U and 16U/18U players and goalies.

The cost of the clinic is $30 per session and you can register for the clinics through December on the Raiders webiste. The clinics for January and February will be posted in a few months.

The times of the clinc are 12:20 - 1:20 PM for the Goalie sessions and 1:30 - 2:30 pm for the players sessions.


by posted 10/12/2019
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