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About RRHC

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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RRHC Picnic a Rousing Success!!
09/20/2016
  We had a great kick off to our hockey season with...
Baseline Testing for House & Travel Players
09/20/2016
PRE-SEASON CONCUSSION BASELINE TESTING AVAILABLE TO ALL 2016-17 RAIDERS...
12U Black Wins Hershey Labor Day Tourney
09/20/2016
The 12U Black started the 2016-2017 hockey season with a tournament...
Raiders House Coaches Announced for 2016-17 Season
09/06/2016
Congratulations to the following coaches for agreeing to coach House...
Reston Raiders 14U Silver Win in Hershey!!!
09/06/2016
Reston Raiders 14U Silver win Hershey Travel Champs Bantam A Championship...
CPR/AED Training Classes
08/29/2016
CPR/AED TRAINING OFFERED IN SEPTEMBER   Fairfax County...
Referee Information for 2016-17 Season
08/18/2016
WANT TO BE A REF?      We always need more...
Reston Raiders Voted Best Sports Team!!
07/05/2016
The Raiders were recently voted Best Sports Team in Washington Family...
New! Inova Sports Medicine Concussion Hotline: 703-970-6427
02/16/2016
Adding to the list of concussion resources available to Raiders families:...
 
RRHC Picnic a Rousing Success!!

 

We had a great kick off to our hockey season with the Reston Raider Annual Family Picnic!  Special thanks goes to Dave and Janet Fishman for overseeing the picnic and Gayle Job and Joe DeNoyior for helping gather provisions! We would like to express our appreciation to Joe DeNoyior and and his company, Washington Financial Group, for our RRHC water bottles.  Thanks also goes to Kevin Burch for yet again allowing us to dunk our coaches. It was great to have our RRHC Travel Players manning all our games and bounce houses.  And of course all the kids enjoyed stopping by The Goalie Academy, Progressive Hockey Development & UnReal Ice booth!   Speaking of showing off skills, we were grateful to have had Shaylun Young with Elite Hockey Science Reston swing by to enjoy the day with his players.  Hopefully all players looked into the Impact Mouthguards and the Glove Stix because we don’t want stinky concussed players.   If you didn’t get a chance to stop by the SkateQuest Proshop during the picnic, go by now for the best gear in town!  And tell Jim Sykes thanks for hooking us up with the CCM Super Tacks Stick!  The Caps deserve a major Shout Out for the autographed stick they sent us to raffle off.  As usual the hit of the day was the Red Rockers who spread cheer and they topped it off with some cool giveaways!  And when you see Jarrod Wronski, the owner of Metro DC DJs & Entertainment, ask him to come back next year because he had some rocking tunes and kept us moving.  And our picnic would not be possible without SkateQuest and Alejandra's team helping us out and providing the venue!  


by posted 09/20/2016
Baseline Testing for House & Travel Players
PRE-SEASON CONCUSSION BASELINE TESTING AVAILABLE TO ALL 2016-17 RAIDERS -- TRAVEL AND HOUSE 

 

** Final Opportunities for Free Concussion Baseline Testing on ImPACT ** 

Raiders pays for concussion baseline testing of travel and house players between July 1 and September 30.  Players getting baselined after this date will be charged $25 at the door. 

 

 

 Ages 10 and Older: 

  • September 20 (6:30pm)
  • September 28 (6:30pm)
  • October 4 (6:30pm) 
  • October 12 (6:30pm)
  • October 18 (6:30pm) 
  • October 26 (6:30pm) 

 Ages 5-9:

  • September 20 (6:30pm)
  • October 4 (6:30pm) 
  • October 12 (6:30pm)
  • October 18 (6:30pm) 
  • October 26 (6:30pm) 

*** Parents of 5-9 year olds need to accompany their child during the ENTIRE test session ***

 If the above sessions do not appear as options when you register, then they are full. But check back because people do cancel in the 48 hours prior to appointment time.

 


ADVANCE REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED FOR BASELINE TESTING:   

  • Go to Raiders portal here:  http://www.ffpc3.com/rrhc.html

  • Click Athlete/Parent Login if you've been here before.

  • Hit "forgot my registration key" if you don't have it handy from the last time you were here.  

  • Click Create New Athlete User Account if this is all new to you!

  • You can also see the date of your last baseline through FFP on your login page

 


COST: NO CHARGE IF DONE BEFORE 9/30

  • Raiders pays for baseline testing for players who are registered and paid with Raiders if you do it before September 30. Waitlisted players are not covered and should register for baseline as if a sibling/friend (instructions below).

  • BUT if you register for baseline testing and do not attend without canceling in advance, you will be charged $35. Unfortunately, no-shows have happened too often in the past and will not be ignored this year.  Registering for a baseline reserves a computer for your player.

  • Siblings/Friends are welcome, but.....     

 


LOCATION:   (It's in Chantilly -- NOT at rink):

Fairfax Family Practice Comprehensive Concussion Center (FFPC3) - D1 Facility

14434 Albemarle Point Place

Chantilly, VA 22151

(about 20 minutes from rink.... off Route 28 and 50)

 


Not everyone needs a baseline this year  

Don't come for baseline if:

1. Your player is getting baselined through high school, another sport or another test company (like at Inova last Spring).  

2. Your player was baselined last year and was 13 or older when they did it.  You can skip this year.  Baselines are good for two years for older players.

 

Contact if you're not sure if your player needs it this year or you got it done elsewhere.

 


*** ONLINE CONCUSSION EDUCATION FOR ALL PLAYERS AND PARENTS ***

  • Everyone -- baselined or not -- should do this before mini-camp. 

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  • Login into the Raiders portal http://www.ffpc3.com/rrhc.html (see above instructions) to access the online concussion education module.ƒƒ¢ƒ¢‚¬ƒ¢€¹

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  • There is one for parents and one for players.  Both should start the season knowing about this important topic.  

 


ƒƒ¢ƒ¢‚¬ƒ¢€¹ImPACT Baseline Testing:  Why does your player need a baseline?

  • Concussion baseline testing is essential for any player in contact sports.

  • You need a baseline for your player in case he/she shows signs/symptoms of concussion during the season.  

  • If it happens to your child, medical providers can compare the pre-season ImPACT baseline against a post-injury ImPACT test to guide diagnosis and best concussion management for safe "return-to-play" and "return-to-learn."

  • ImPACT is done on a computer, measuring mental tasks such as processing speed, memory and reaction time.  It can detect mental deficits not readily observed.

  • More info about ImPACT here: https://www.impacttest.com/audience/?parents-3

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This is not the same thing as the King Devick baseline test (flipbook with numbers) that the ILs do at the rink.  See Safety Program Overview for more info.  http://files.leagueathletics.com/Images/Club/1803/RRHC%20safety%20program%20-%20snapshot.pdf

 


by posted 09/20/2016
12U Black Wins Hershey Labor Day Tourney

The 12U Black started the 2016-2017 hockey season with a tournament WIN in the B division in Hershey, PA over Labor Day weekend. The team was victorious in the preliminary 4 games with wins over the Flyers Youth, Lehigh Valley Phantoms, Arctic Fox and Piedmont White.  They defeated the Montgomery Blue Devils in the championship game 7-3. 

Team members who attended: Alex Ayers, Chris Barnes, Ben Barrett, Nick Cooper, Peter Dorosheff, Tucker Forrest, Trogan Friedenson, Even Job, Teddy Kurowski, Austin Markva, Sean McInnis, Chase Norman, Jack Powers, Finn Rezendes, Gavin Rieger, Ethan Zhang.
 


by posted 09/20/2016
Raiders House Coaches Announced for 2016-17 Season

Congratulations to the following coaches for agreeing to coach House Teams for the upcoming season!!

 

8U (Mite) Coaches

Andre Abrantes

Josh Brown

Warren Donovan

Kieron Heflin

Thomas Neumann

George Serletis

Thomas Scott

Jim Van Horn

Charles Wilkins

 

10U (Squirt) Coaches

Ron Blum

Brendan Ford

Dan Jenkins

Dave McGaughey

Pat Rapp

Matt Roland

 

12U (Pee Wee) Coaches

Jonathan Alford

Jim Behrend

John Kemprowski

Chad Muse

Bill Thompson

 

14U (Bantam) Coaches

Aaron Duchak

Bill Fritton

Steve Job

Phillip Rapp

 

16/18U (Midget) Coaches

Jay O'Brien

Paul Ottariano

Rick Phipps

Rich Wisinski


by posted 09/06/2016
Reston Raiders 14U Silver Win in Hershey!!!

Reston Raiders 14U Silver win Hershey Travel Champs Bantam A Championship to kick off the 2016-2017 season!  With a very competitive round robin draw, the Raiders defeated Palmyra Black Knights team Friday night 7-4.  Then went on to defeat a very physical Steel City Renegades team 4-1, and faced the Artic Foxes in a penalty riddled Saturday matinee game to finish with a 3-2 win.

After completion of the round robin play, the Raiders found themselves ranked third in the twelve team divisional play against their fellow Raiders 14U ‘03 Blue team for an exciting semi-finals match.  After a quick start by the Raiders 14U Silver, and competitive play by both sides, Raiders Silver came away with a 5-1 win to land a spot in the final against number one seed Montgomery.

After two periods of tied play, and killing off several short-handed five on three penalties the Raiders gained some momentum to out-shoot Montgomery and come away with a 2-1 win with a game winning goal by Ray Ellingwood in the third period!

Way to go Raiders 14U Silver!  Players included: Austin Art, Frank Ellingwood, Ray Ellingwood, Tommy Fisher, Colin Franciszkowicz, Matt Guidash, Ethan Hoffman, Dan Hoh-Hill (G), Sasha Lawrence (G), Ian McKinley, Dan Morgan, Matt Palmieri, Matt Prame, Jacob Rose, Hunter Spicer, Logan Valentin, Brendan Wheeler, Nick Willey.  Managers:  David Art & Steve Willey.  Coaches included: Dave Ellingwood, Tom Fisher,  Marc Fransciszkowicz, Don Hill, Jim Morgan, Mike Prame, Fred Valentin, and Kris McKinley.


by posted 09/06/2016
CPR/AED Training Classes
CPR/AED TRAINING OFFERED IN SEPTEMBER
 
Fairfax County Fire & Rescue is offering a basic CPR/AED certification course again this year.  This course, which was well-received last year, provides a great opportunity to learn valuable information. 
 
Advance registration is required.  Details below.  
 
CPR/AED Class:  Two date options -- pick one
 
Tuesday, September 27
or
Wednesday, September 28 
 
7-10:30pm
Skatequest (Party Room or Annex -- TBD)
Cost: $25 payable at online registration
 
The class follows the National Safety Council (NCS) curriculum and upon successful completion of the class, the participant will be certified for 2 years for CPR.  The classes will be taught by Fairfax County Fire & Rescue instructors. A copy the curriculum can be found at the following link: 
  
 
Advance Registration is Required
  
Tuesday 9/27 CPR/AED: http://assn.la/Reg/?r=1:197842
 
Wednesday 9/28 CPR/AED: http://assn.la/Reg/?r=1:197843
 
Or use the "register online" tab at Raiders website.  
 
If a class is full, please register anyway to get on the wait list so we can move you into the class if there is a cancellation.
 
Thank you Steve Willey of Fairfax County Fire & Rescue for putting this together for Raiders! 
 
Questions?  Email 

by posted 08/29/2016
Referee Information for 2016-17 Season
WANT TO BE A REF?   
 

We always need more officials!  If you want to be an official for the 2016-17 season, it’s time to sign up and attend a seminar.  Please don’t miss out!  

If you or your player is interested in becoming a referee for Raider House League games, or Travel games through SHOA, you must meet the following criteria:

·         Be Pee Wee age or older

·         Be a proficient skater;

·         Be able to get to games on time; and

·         Be willing to make a commitment and keep it.

 
Please go to our Officials Area of the website for all the details. 

 

Registration for USAH Officiating Seminars is now open -- Register soon because there is only one seminar at Skatequest this year:  September 17.  

by posted 08/18/2016
Reston Raiders Voted Best Sports Team!!

The Raiders were recently voted Best Sports Team in Washington Family Magazines Best for Families 2016 poll of the best programs in the DMV area.

The poll was recently released in the July issue of the magazine and can also be found on their website at this link:  Best for Families 2016 Poll Results.

Thank you to those who nominated and voted for the Raiders!!!


by posted 07/05/2016
New! Inova Sports Medicine Concussion Hotline: 703-970-6427
Adding to the list of concussion resources available to Raiders families:  Inova's Sports Medicine Concussion Hotline.  Call if your child is showing signs/symptoms of concussion and you want to talk with a concussion specialist. This is a great resource for players injured on the weekend. 
 
Raiders also has an athletic trainer available at the rink by appointment on certain weekdays (no charge to Raider families) and a list of referrals to concussion specialists in our area.  Click here for more information.

by posted 02/16/2016
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