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1984-1985

HOME | 1984-1985

Ames | Des Moines | Mason City
Sioux City | Urbandale | Waterloo Columbus | Waterloo Warriors

Season Notes
Dubuque exits the League to join a Midget league in Wisconsin.
Des Moines Public and Urbandale merge. The team will continue to be called the Urbandale J-Hawks.
The Junior Varsity tournament becomes an official League event. In previous years the it was an invitational tournament.
Mark Lanigan (Waterloo Columbus 1979-1983) is drafted in the 12th round (237th overall) of the 1984 NHL Entry draft, held June 9, 1984, at the Montreal Forum, by the St. Louis Blues. After high school Lanigan played one year with the USHL Waterloo Black Hawks and four years at Northern Michigan University.
Ames Little Cyclones wins its first regular-season championship.

 

VARSITY REGULAR-SEASON CHAMPION
Ames Little Cyclones

VARSITY TOURNAMENT CHAMPION
March 1-3, 1985 - Des Moines Ice Arena
Championship Game: Waterloo Warriors 4, Ames Little Cyclones 3

VARSITY TOURNAMENT MOST VALUABLE PLAYER
Brian Cook - Waterloo Warriors

VARSITY COACH-OF-THE-YEAR
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VARSITY SPORTSMANSHIP AWARD
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At this time no statistics are available in the official League records for the 1984-85 season. A search is being conducted. If anyone has information that would aid in the search contact Roger Kelly at rogerkelly@cableone.net. Thank you!

Varsity Tournament Results - March 1-3 - Des Moines Ice Arena
Fifth-Place Game Des Moines Valley-Dowling 4, Mason City 3
Third-Place Game Urbandale 6, Sioux City 3
Championship Game Waterloo Warriors 4, Ames 3

 

Varsity Regular Season Standings - FINAL
Team GP W L T Pts
Ames          
Des Moines Valley-Dowling          
Mason City          
Sioux City          
Urbandale          
Waterloo Columbus          
Waterloo Warriors          

 

Varsity Top-Ten Scorers
Last, First - Team GP Go Ast Pts PM

 

Varsity Silver Glove Goaltenders
Last, First - Team GP W L T SOG Svs GA Pct SO

 

VARSITY ALL-STATE

- First Team -

- Forwards -
Steve Cook, Sr. - Ames
Scot Johnston, Jr. - Ames
Scott Krueger, Jr. - Des Moines Valley-Dowling
Mick Emerick, Sr. - Sioux City
Troy Johnson, Sr. - Urbandale
Mike Laird, Sr. - Urbandale
Jeff Stewart, Sr. - Urbandale
Todd Benson, Sr. - Waterloo Columbus
Joel Jasper, Sr. - Waterloo Columbus
Brian Cook, Sr. - Waterloo Warriors
T.J. Saul, Sr. - Waterloo Warriors

- Defense -
Don Erbach, So. - Ames
Damon Punrsalan, Jr. - Urbandale
Hannes Keivu, Sr. - Sioux City
Bryan Swartzel, Sr. - Sioux City
Jon Jasper, Sr. - Waterloo Columbus
Rob Brown, Sr. - Waterloo Warriors
Dan Michelsen, Sr. - Waterloo Warriors

- Goaltenders -
Scott Jackson, Jr. - Ames
Scott Geiger, Jr. - Des Moines Valley Dowling
Matt Haws, Jr. - Urbandale

- Honorable Mention -

Pat Lanigan, Sr. - Waterloo Columbus
Mark Manning. Jr. - Waterloo Columbus
Tony Fisher, Sr. - Waterloo Columbus
Chris Dolan, Jr. - Waterloo Columbus
Tom Lanigan, Sr. - Waterloo Columbus
Chris Taylor, Jr. - Waterloo Columbus
Marc Gillard, So, - Waterloo Warriors
Tyrone Jacoby, Sr. - Waterloo Warriors
Tim Bartz, Sr. - Waterloo Warriors
Brian Carnes, Jr. - Waterloo Warriors
Todd Burch, Sr. - Waterloo Warriors

(only names in records for Honorable Mention)


IOWA HIGH SCHOOL HOCKEY LEAGUE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
President (leave of absence): Ross Brown-Cedar Falls
President Pro Tem: Roger Peterson - Waterloo
Secretary/Treasurer: Dick Keith - Sioux City
Vice President: Ron Hanna - Mason City
Vice President: Bill Grant - ?
Vice President: Jim VanBergen - Ames

Commissioner: Bill Kammeyer - Waterloo
Referee-in-Chief: Chuck Ill - Des Moines
Statistician: Daryle Vegge - Ames