Congratulations CPIHL Champions
CPIHL Championship Teams
Tier 3 Susquehanna (Mechanicsburg, Susquehanna Twp., McDevitt)
Tier 2 Lower Dauphin
Tier 1 Cumberland Valley
Congratulations to Hershey, Wilson, Cedar Crest, Cumberland Valley and Manheim Township on being selected to participate in the Flyers Cup Tournament!!
For more information please click the Flyers Cup tab.
Congratulations ALL STARS!!
2014 All Star Group
CPIHL in the NEWS
Lampeter-Strasburg's Dylan Garrett scored a pair of goals and goalies Kollin Brakefield from Hempfield and Ian Keene from Lampeter-Strasburg teamed to make 33 saves on 38 shots to lead the Shenk Red team to a 9-5 win over Shenk White in one of two Central Pennsylvania Interscholastic Hockey League All-Star games at Twin Ponds East Wednesday night.
Two of the top-five point producer among Tier 1 players in the Central Pennsylvania Interscholastic Hockey League put on quite a show Wednesday night at the league’s 20th anniversary all-star event.
While Cumberland Valley (9-0-0 in Tier 1) and Penn Manor (7-0-0 in Tier 3) are undefeated in Central Pennsylvania Interscholastic Hockey League play, three teams remain in search of their first victories as the 10-day holiday break approaches beginning Dec. 24.
Senior forward Tristan Enck has helped Cumberland Valley to a 9-0-0 start to the CPIHL season by leading Tier 1 in scoring with 29 points. (Dan Gleiter | firstname.lastname@example.org)
Last season's CPIHL all-star event was held on the outdoor rink at Hersheypark Stadium. This season's gathering of the best area high school hockey players will be held at Twin Ponds East in Harrisburg on Jan. 29. (Mark Pynes | email@example.com)
Armed with a 2013 Tier 2 regular-season title and Viola Cup playoff championship, Manheim Township moved up to Tier 1 competition and hasn’t looked out of place this fall in the Central Pennsylvania Interscholastic Hockey League.
The Cedar Crest ice hockey team suffered its first setback with a 6-4 loss to Cumberland Valley on Friday night
Cumberland Valley has had a lot to celebrate on the ice lately. In 2012-13, the Eagles won more regular-season games than any CPIHL team. This season, they earned victories in their first three games by a combined 23-6 margin. (Dan Gleiter | firstname.lastname@example.org)