The boys varsity ice hockey team won 3-2 in overtime on Wednesday when the Pelicans hosted neighbor and Founders League foe Westminster in an important late-season matchup.
Ice Hockey, Boys
2016 Elite 8 Quarter Finalists
2015 Founders League Champions
2015 Elite 8 Quarter Finalists
2014 New England Large School Tournament Champions
2014 AOF Tournament Champions
Loomis competes at the highest level of New England prep hockey. A member of the New England Prep School Ice Hockey Association and the Founders League, Loomis plays a competitive, 26-game schedule. The Founders League, widely accepted as one of the best high school leagues in the country, makes up the lion’s share of our schedule. We offer players significant exposure to college and professional scouts, and our student athletes earn the opportunity to continue their hockey careers at top Division I and Division III programs. Several Founders League veterans and Loomis alumni have gone on to successful professional careers as well.
Valuing personal growth and development of our players as young men, students, and hockey players, the goals of Loomis hockey are in keeping with the school’s mission to develop its students “in spirit, mind and body” and to “inspire in them a commitment to the best self and the common good.”
In front of a large home crowd, the boys varsity ice hockey team snapped top-ranked Salisbury School's undefeated streak on Saturday, February 10, with a 1-0 Pelican win.
The boys ice hockey team launched a third-period comeback to force overtime against Deerfield on Thursday, February 8, and scored 11 seconds into the overtime period to win the game.
The boys varsity hockey team hosted the Williston Northampton School on Wednesday, January 31, and with some great team defense and late-game goaltending, defeated the Wildcats 2-1.
The boys hockey team defeated longtime rival Avon Old Farms 3-2 on Wednesday, January 24, in Savage/Johnson Rink.