Valley Jr. Warriors
Girls Jr. Warriors emerge as one of the top programs in USA in just 3rd season


The Jr. Warriors under the guidance of program director Seth Goodrich have established themselves as the preeminent Girls Program in New England and one of the top program in the country in just their third season. The Jr. Warrior program provides unique training and competition that no other girls program in New England offers, including the ability to compete in the Valley Hockey League against boys teams from across Massachusetts. "The weekly competition against boys teams is a key part of our girls development" says Goodrich, "it forces our girls to make decisions a little bit quicker and play a little tougher. The results of these co-ed games are obvious in our Mass & USA rankings against teams that only play against girls teams." 


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The Warriors U11 team has compiled an impressive 15-3-3 record so far this year and is currently ranked #9 in the country.  The team recently captured the Championship at both the Mrs. Hockey Tournament in Tampa FL and the Islanders Holiday Fest with victories over the Islanders HC and Assabet Valley.  The Jr Warriors are preparing for a run at the Massachusetts State Championship ranked #1 in Massachusetts in their first season of State Tournament eligibility.


Jr. Warriors U12 Tier I team is currently ranked #3 in the nation with a 13-2-2 record. The Warriors play in both the Elite9 Hockey League and the Valley Hockey League. Recent victories over Assabet Valley and the Rochester Americans have established this Jr Warrior Team as yet another national contender at the Tier I level.  The Jr. Warriors will be considered one of the favorites at the Mass State Championships in March and are poised to possibly capture both the U12 and U11 Mass State Championships. 


The Warriors U14 team is currently ranked 16th nationally with a 32-11-1 record competing in the Elite9 Hockey League, the National Girls Hockey League and an independent game schedule against teams such as Team Colorado, CT Polar Bears, CT Jr. Rangers and Chicago Mission. The team will travel to South Burlington, VT in a few weeks to play the VT Dynamo and then will head to Pittsburgh, PA for a 3-game set with the Penguins.  Since this is just the Warriors 3rd season they have been precluded from participating in the Massachusetts Tier I National Bound Tournament this year.  However, the Jr Warriors will be poised for a run at the Mass Tier I State Championship as well as a National Championship in 2022-23 at the U14, U16 and U19 levels. 


Jr. Warrior Program director Seth Goodrich is also the director of the nationally renowned NA Elite and CPC (Collegiate Prospects Combine), which has emerged as the preeminent Fall training center for all of the top U19/U16 NCAA Division I Prospects in New England.  In the two past seasons CPC and NA Elite boast over 30 NCAA Division I commits, which may be the highest in the country from one program.