The Memorial Sports Center Mission is to provide an affordable athletic, recreational and fundraising facility to Middlebury and surrounding areas. The Sports Center operates on a year-round basis, focusing on providing the community a facility to host seasonal athletic programs for all ages that promote character, community building and fundraising activities.

Circus Coming to Town

Garden Bros Circus

Location: Memorial Sports Center

Wednesday, April 12, 2017 Show times: 4:30 & 7:30 p.m.

GARDEN BROTHERS CIRCUS celebrates 100 years entertaining families throughout North America. ‘Motorcycle Madness’ has motorcycle daredevils somersaulting and spinning in a big Globe of Doom; Chinese Acrobats, the Human Slingshot, Racing Camels, crazy comedy with Circus Clowns, daring aerialists; cirque artists. Its 1½ hours of excitement and fun at GARDEN BROTHERS CIRCUS. 

First one hundred adult tickets sold online are only $9.95 at

Tier 1 Girls U19 Regional Championship

Girls 19U Tier I Regional Tournament at the MSC

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — The Vermont State Amateur Hockey Association (VSAHA), in conjunction with the New England District (NED) of USA Hockey (USAH), is pleased to announce the Girls 19U Tier I Regional Tournament to be held at the Memorial Sports Center in Middlebury this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The home state Rice Prep Knights, the New Hampshire Northern Cyclones, the Mid Fairfield Connecticut Stars, and the Connecticut Junior Eagles will tangle for the regional slot at the national championships in Michigan next month. The Middlebury Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA), the Friends of Middlebury Hockey (FOMH), and the Town of Middlebury serve as this year's hosts.

USAH is the governing body for organized amateur ice hockey in the US, and the NED is one of its 12 districts. Tier I represents the top level of play at the youth level, and many of these athletes will continue to play their sport at the intercollegiate level after high school. This weekend’s tournament will showcase some of the best high school aged female hockey players from Connecticut, Maine, New Hampshire, and Vermont.

North Branch Tournament

North Branch Hockey Tournament

Mission Statement:  The Annual North Branch School Hockey Tournament is for hockey players who are looking for fun and not-too-serious competition while skating for a good cause.  Young (7th grade and up) and old, women and men, students and families all come together to compete for the coveted NBS Tournament trophy

Friday 3/24, Saturday 3/25 and Sunday 3/26

Mia Allen

Additional Information To Follow :

2017 Registration Form    2017 Pools and Schedule TBD

Adult Try Hockey For Free

The Middlebury Mystix women’s hockey team is sponsoring an “Adult Try Hockey for Free”  skate at the Memorial Sports Center, Middlebury, on November 19th at 6:15 – 7:15 pm. This is a chance for women and men that have never tried hockey, or have little to no skating experience, to get on the ice.  The minimum equipment needed is a hockey helmet, gloves, shin pads, and stick. Skate rentals will also be free. There will be some basic instruction included in the ice time.

Also, the Mystix are looking for some new skaters to join their group.  The team practices on Saturday afternoons, usually at 4:45-6:15 pm.  During each practice, skaters work on skills, game strategy and teamwork.   It is a perfect place for beginners and players who want to develop their skills with a group of fun and friendly women.
For information on the “Adult Try Hockey for Free” and the Mystix, please call Sue Staats at 802-352-4589. 

DJ Skate Night schedule for the season

Adult Co-ed Intro and Intermediate Hockey

The Memorial Sports Center Presents
Adult Co-ed Intro and Intermediate Hockey
Here’s an opportunity to get started in adult hockey, or to work on your existing hockey skills.
Each night’s ice time includes a warm up followed by skill development and practice drills. Improve your maneuverability by building your turning, stopping, and starting skills.  Work on moving the puck to your teammates and receiving passes. Learn about positioning to help your team clear the puck out of your end and score goals! Each night ends with games: 3-on-3 half-ice scrimmage, keep-away, and other creative, fun games. 

11/4, 11/11, 11/18, 12/2,12/9, 12/16, 12/23, 1/6, 1/13, 1/20, 2/3, 3/3
$100/player or $10 per session
Sign up at Sports Center (rink) Print Signup Sheet
   Contact Mike Morgan: 802-388-1238      EMAIL:

Ice making 2016

The MSC/FOMH is looking for volunteers to help paint the ice at Memorial Sports Center.

1)   October 3rd, Monday Night, 5:30 to 8:00PM.  (will have drinks & Pizza) *Paint Ice White.

2)   October 5th, Wednesday Night, 5:30 to 8:00PM.  (will have drinks & Pizza) *Paint Lines, NEED MORE people on this night.

Please RSVP to
Bill Ford

Summer Box Lacrosse

Summer Box Lacrosse
at Memorial Sports Center
In Middlebury
Come play indoors this summer and see how Box can take your game to a new level

All area high school age players welcome

  5:15-6:45 Wednesdays- 6/22, 7/13, 7/27, 8/10, 8/24, 9/14
$10 per session or $50 for all and a custom pinnie

tjhodsonvt@gmail,com for questions or info 


Donation from Shaw's Supermarkets

Friends of Middlebury Hockey and MAHA receive a donation of $1500 from the Middlebury, Vergennes and Bristol Shaw's Supermarkets.

Sled Hockey State Tournament Action

Schedule Change

Please note the Sunday 2/28 10:00am Stick and Puck session
has been canceled. Sorry for any inconvenience.

VSAHA Inaugural Sled Hockey State Championship Tournament

For Immediate Release: February 23, 2016

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. — The Vermont State Amateur Hockey Association (VSAHA) is pleased to announce the inaugural sled hockey state championship tournament to be held at the Memorial Sports Center in Middlebury this Saturday and Sunday.  The Central Vermont Pioneers, the Vermont Sled Cats and the Twin-State Ice Vets will tangle for state bragging rights in the two-day, VSAHA-sanctioned tournament.  The Middlebury Amateur Hockey Association (MAHA), the Friends of Middlebury Hockey (FOMH), and the Town of Middlebury serve as this year's hosts.

Sled hockey is the adapted version of stand-up ice hockey. Persons who play sled hockey generally have some of form of physical impairment which otherwise would prohibit the individual from competing in stand-up hockey.  Since its creation in the early 1960s by Swedish war veterans who wished to continue playing competitive ice hockey, sled hockey has grown into an international phenomenon.  The United States first competed in the Winter Paralympics in 1998, and has since medaled four times, including three gold performances.  While nearly one dozen countries sponsor a respective national team, the growth of sled hockey relies heavily on the successes and publicity of local programs.

New addition to the MSC

Coming soon to the MSC!

Schedule change

Please note the Friday Intro to Hockey Session for Friday January 15, has been rescheduled. Sorry for any inconvenience.

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