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                Below is a collection of past season Sioux City High School (Jr. Musketeers/Metros) game jerseys and the
 different styles over the seasons.  Also featured are the players who wore them and a showcase of their hockey
accomplishments both on and off the ice.

SYHAstuff would be very interested in adding your jersey to this history collection. Each jersey is photographed,
documented and then returned to you immediately.



With the initial start of both the USHL Musketeers and the SYHA Program, both teams developed a close affiliation. Both groups needed each other to
survive their start-up periods. In 1972 both the Musketeers and Jr. Musketeers programs were both newly formed organizations. The High School team
would be known as the Jr. Musketeers for the next seven seasons.


New jerseys this season are the old Musketeer jerseys.  The round Musketeer logo is removed and the front of the jersey is left blank.


This season The Jr. Musketeers jerseys receive the two-colored chain-stitched "Sioux City" on the front. Yellow letters outlined by green.  The white jerseys
 have no shoulder numbers while the green jerseys do.



1977-80
Mark Adam Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)

Worn three seasons (77-80 Fr./Jr.) by Mark Adam. (Senior year was first season for new Metro team name and jerseys.
Taught me everything I know about scoring from the crease!!! Hand-me-down jerseys from the Sioux City Musketeers.
Original front crest removed and replaced by the chain stitched
 "Sioux City" logo. No numbers on sleeve (white). NNOB.  Duren material. Made by General and is a size 44 (black tag).

1977-80  Dan Reynolds Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
81-82
 
 
Worn three seasons (77-80 Fr./Jr.) by Dan Reynolds. (Senior year was first season for new Metro team name and jerseys.
Hand-me-down jerseys from the Sioux City Musketeers. Original front crest removed and replaced by the chain stitched "Sioux City" logo.
Sewn-on single color numbers on back and sleeves. NNOB. Duren material. Made by General. Collar tag missing.
Dan would go on to play the 1981-82 season for the Musketeers (USHL)


In 1980-81 the Jr. Musketeers name was replaced; now called the Sioux City Metro, the name was thought to best represent the overall
 make-up of both players on the high school team and those involved in local youth hockey organization.
A new jersey style and logo are utilized this season. The jerseys are a heavy mesh material with square shoulder yokes and sleeve and body striping.
A new logo with Metro with a SYHA under the blade. 

1979-83 Sioux City Jr. Musketeers/Metros Team Jacket

This style team jacket was worn for several seasons during the early 80's. This "letterman" style jacket was introduced in 1980 when high
school hockey was starting to be accepted as a Sioux City High School Sport. This style mirrored the traditional high school letter jackets popular
in that time. Flocked type material, thee color cuffs and leather accents at the shoulder. Sleeve had 3- year SYHA letter and additional years played.
Front had chain-stitched name on right and four-year Varsity letter on left.

 


Heat applied player names and shoulder numbers are added the Metros jerseys.

1982-85 Shane Rol Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)

Worn during the second of three seasons (1982-85) by Shane Rol. Mesh jersey with Screened crest. Heat Sealed numbers and name.
 Alternate Captain A worn senior season (84-85). Made by General Athletic. Size Medium.

 

1982-85 Shane Rol Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)

Worn during the third (Senior season) of three seasons (1982-85) by Shane Rol. Mesh jersey with screened crest. Heat applies numbers and name on back.
 Alternate Captain A worn senior season (84-85). Made by General Athletic. Size Medium.

1982-85 Shane Rol Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)

Worn three seasons (1982-85) by Shane Rol.
Mesh jersey with Screened crest. Heat Sealed numbers and name.
Sewn-on Alternate Captain A added senior season (84-85). Manufacturer tagging on front left hem. Made by General Athletic. Size Medium.

1984-85 Scott Patrick Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
 
Worn during Scott's freshman season (1984-85). This would be the last season for this style jersey.
Mesh jersey with Screened crest. Heat Sealed numbers and name. Made by General Athletic.

1984-85 Chad McCormick Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
 
Worn during Chad's Sophomore season (1984-85). This would be the last season for this style jersey
 Mesh jersey with Screened crest. Heat Sealed numbers and name. Made by General Athletic.


Jersey style makes a change to the new Minnesota North Stars style jersey The logo stays the same in design however "SYHA" is replaced with "Sioux City"

1985-88 Scott Patrick Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
  1986 All-Star Team * 1986 State Tournament All-League Team Honorable Mention 
1987 All-Star Team  * 1987 All League Team * 1987 State Tournament MVP  * 1987 Metros Most Valuable Player
1986 All-Star Team  * 1988 All-League Team  * 1988 State Tournament Runner-up

 
Worn the three seasons by goaltender Scott Patrick. 85-86 is the first season for this new North Stars style jersey. A more traditional type jersey striping.
The logo is changed from SYHA to Sioux City. Manufacturer tagging in collar and on hem. Screened logo. Heat applied numbers. NNOB.
Game Socks. Polyester jersey made by CCM. Size XL

1985-88 Scott Patrick Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
1988 IHSHL State Tournament Runner-up 
1987 State Tournament MVP
1986 State Tournament Honorable Mention


Worn the three seasons by goaltender Scott Patrick. 85-86 is the first season for this new North Stars style jersey.  A more traditional type jersey
striping. The logo is changed from SYHA to Sioux City. Manufacturer tagging in collar and on hem. Screened logo. Heat applied numbers. NNOB.
Polyester jersey made by CCM. Size XL

1985-88 Chris Swanson Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
1988 IHSHL State Tournament Runner-up
1987-88 Metros Team Captain * Metros Mr. Hustle Award 

Worn all three of his Metros seasons by Chris Swanson. His junior and senior seasons with third and second place finishes would
 mark the beginning of Sioux City domination in the Iowa League. The first of seven seasons where the Metros would play for the State
Championship six times, winning three of them. This was the last season for this North Stars style jersey. Manufacturer tagging in
collar (removed) and on hem. Screened logo.  Heat applied numbers. NNOB. Polyester jersey made by CCM. Size unknown

1985-88 (circa) Sioux City Metros Team Jacket

This style team jacket was worn sometime during the 85-88 seasons. Nylon material with three color cuffs. Screened logo on back.
Made by Jem Sportswear.

1987-88 Chad Markham Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
1988 IHSHL State Tournament Runner-up 
 

Worn by Chad Markham during his first season as a Metro. (This team would be the beginning of Sioux City domination in the Iowa League.
The first of seven seasons where the Metros would play for the State Championship six times, winning three of them.)
This was the last season for this North Stars style jersey. Manufacturer tagging in collar and on hem. Screened logo.
 Heat applied numbers. NNOB. Polyester jersey made by CCM. Size XL

1987-88 Junior Varsity Jersey

Worn during the 1987-88 season. Coarse mesh material. Single color sewn-on crest. Heat applied sponsor, and numbers. Made by Pedersons. Size L
Note name change that season from Metro to Metros.

1987-89 SYHA Coaches Jacket
1987-88 Squirt  Ice Hawks A  / 1988-89 PeeWee Ice Hawks A 

This style jacket was worn for several seasons by all SYHA coaches. This nylon material jacket had three color cuff striping. Chain-stiched
name on left and Coach on right. Also on the right is a tackle-twill single color years coached. This jacket was worn for two seasons, 87-88
and 88-89. Tackle-twill two color letters on back of jacket. Made by Gem Sportswear.

1987-90 Marcus Andre Game Gloves

Worn three seasons by Sioux City Metro player Marcus Andre


For the start of the 1988-89 season the Metro logo saw a major change in appearance and a minor change in the name. This season would see a
change to a multi-striped traditional styled jersey. The team would now be known as the Metro
s.
 

1988-90 Chad Markham Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
1990 IHSHL State Tournament Runner-up

Worn two seasons (Jr & Sr) by had Markham. 1988-89 would be the first season for this style Metros jerseys. Note name change that season
from Metro to Metros. Tackle-Twill crest. Three color numbers. Heavy material. Sewn-on nameplate with heat applied letters.
Game Socks. Size XL

1988-90 Burt Post Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
1990 IHSHL State Tournament Runner-up 
1990 IHSHL All State Selection * 1990 IHSHL All Star Game Selection
1990 Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State Selection *
  1989-90 Team Captain
 
Worn two seasons (Jr & Sr) by Burt Post. 1988-89 would be the first season for this style Metros jerseys. Note name change that season
from Metro to Metros. Tackle-Twill crest. Three color numbers. Heavy material. Sewn-on nameplate with heat applied letters.
  Attached captain C added senior season (1989-90). Size XL

1987-91 T.J. Reinsch Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
1988 IHSHL State Championship Runner-up
1990 IHSHL State Championship Runner-up
1991 IHSHL State Champions
1990 & 1991 IHSHL All Star Game Selection * 1991 IHSHL All State Selection
1990 & 1991 Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State Selection * 1990-91 Team Captain
   

Worn three seasons by T.J. Reinsch. 1988-89 would be the first season for this style Metros jerseys. Note name change that season
from Metro to Metros. Tackle-Twill crest. Three color numbers. Heavy material. Sewn-on nameplate with heat applied letters.
  Attached captain C added senior season (1990-91). Size XL   
(Visit the T.J. Reinsch Youth Hockey Foundation)

T.J. Currently hold the all-time Jr. Musketeers/ Metros scoring title with 70 regular season points (37 goals and 33 assists)
26 game schedule

 

1989-92 Jade Pospeshil Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
1990 IHSHL State Championship Runner-up

1991 IHSHL State Champions Sioux City
1992 IHSHL Regular Season Champions / 1992 IHSHL State Champions
1992 IHSHL All Star Game Selection * 1992 IHSHL All State Selection
1992 Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State Selection

This one was worn by Jade Pospeshil during his three seasons with the Metros. Jade was in the thick of the Metros dominance of the IHSHL
having played in the Championship game all three seasons and winning two of them. Tackle-Twill crest. Three color numbers. Heavy material.
Sewn-on nameplate with heat applied letters. Attached captain C added senior season (91-92) EPS Technology screened on back hem. Size M

Did You Know... Jade would coach for two seasons for the Houston Aeros Midget A team and then again in the Midwest High School League for
 the Des Moines Oak Leafs.

1992-93 Chad Stewart* Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
1993-95 Omaha Midget AAA (USAH) & Iowa High School (IHSHL) * 94-95 IHSHL State Champions
Omaha Jr. Lancers
 1995-96  Helena Bighorns (NAHL) & Phoenix Roadrunners (NAHL) *  1996-97 Great Northern Snow Devils (EJHL) & Sioux City Musketeers (USHL)
 1997-98 Waterloo Blackhawks (USHL)
*1991 & 1992 IHSHL State Champions Sioux City Metros
*1995 IHSHL State Champions Omaha Jr. Lancers

 
Worn during the 92-93 season by goaltender Chad Stewart.  NNOB. Played half a season for Sioux City then moved to Omaha where he
finished his HS playing with the Omaha Lancers AAA Midgets. Tackle-Twill crest. Three color numbers.
Heavy material. No Nameplate (NNOB) this season. Size X.

1992-95 Nate Kelly Iowa High School Hockey League (Home)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
1994 IHSHL League Champions
1994 IHSHL State Champions
1993-94 Alternate Captain


Worn three IHSHL seasons by Nate Kelly.  Tackle-Twill crest. Three color numbers. Sewn-on two color.
Heat sealed letters on attached nameplate. Alternate Captain A Senior season. Sponsor screened on back hem.

1992-95 Nate Kelly Iowa High School Hockey League (Road)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
1994 IHSHL League Champions
1994 IHSHL State Champions
1993-94 Alternate Captain
13 seasons Siouxland Youth Hockey
 
Worn three IHSHL seasons by Nate Kelly.  Tackle-Twill crest. Three color numbers. Sewn-on two color
Alternate Captain A Senior season. Heat sealed letters on attached nameplate. Sponsor screened on back hem. Possible game socks.

1994-95 Nate Kelly Sioux City Metros Team Jacket

Sioux City Metros Team Jacket. This corduroy style was worn during the 1994-95 IHSHL season by Nate Kelly. Embroidered name  and number
on right side and Metros logo on the right. Nothing on back. Made by Birdie Sportswear.

 

1992-95 Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)

Tackle-Twill crest. Three color numbers. Sewn-on two color. NNOB. Sponsor screened on back hem. Made by Hooter Sportswear.
 Size XL. Possible game socks. This would have been the final season of this style jersey before the "wave" style.
This green jersey will later be known as the "Birthday Girl" special.

1992-95  Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)

 Three color tackle-twill logo and numbers. NNOB.  Made by Hooter Sportswear. Size XL.
 This would have been the final season of this style jersey before the "wave" style.

1997-98 Single Game "Birthday Girl Special"

Worn during the 1997-98 season in a single game by Brant Mozak. Happy Birthday Mom!!!
Three color tackle-twill logo and numbers. NNOB. Sponsor screened on back hem. Made by Hooter Sportswear. Size XL.

This would have been the final season of this style jersey before the "wave" style.


Starting the 1995-96 season, the Metros and Siouxland Youth Hockey would make the change to a new style jersey.


Starting this season jersey nameplates are eliminated.

 



1999-2000 Season the Metros wore a special Dustin White Memorial patch on both home and away jerseys. There are no nameplates on either home or away jerseys.

1996-2000 Robbie Lessard Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
1996 Metros Rookie of the Year  * 
1999 & 2000
All Star Team  /  1999 & 2000 All State Team
1999 & 2000Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State Selection
1999-00 Most Valuable Player / Team Captain  / SYHA Ted Neby Award
4 Time IHSHL League Academic Award
13 seasons Siouxland Youth Hockey

This jersey was worn for four seasons by (1996-2000) by Robbie Lessard. During his four seasons as a Metro player he would play in three
 State Tournament Championship games and win two of them in 1999 & 2000. Sewn-on embroidered crest. Two color tackle-twill numbers. Single color
attached Captain's "C". Dustin White memorial patch. Heavy black mesh material. Game Socks. NNOB.  Size XL. Made by Aaron Sportswear.

 
Also worn for four season by Robbie Lessard. Sewn-on embroidered crest. Two color tackle-twill numbers. Single color
attached Captain's "C". Dustin White memorial patch below. Heavy white mesh material. Game Socks not Pictured. NNOB.  Size XL.
 Made by Aaron Sportswear.

1999-01 Cory Mozak Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
2001-03 Pikes Peak Miners USA Hockey (Midget Major AAA)
*2003-2005 Fargo-Morehead Jets (NAHL) / Helena Bighorns (NAHL)
2005-07 University of Wisconsin Stout (NCAA)


This jersey was worn by freshman Cory Mozak during the 1999-00 season. Sewn-on embroidered crest. Two color tackle-twill numbers.
Dustin White  memorial patch removed and attached to next seasons new jersey.  Evidence of a narrow nameplate removal from prior season.
Heavy white mesh material. Game socks (style varied over several season with stripe sizes, order and thickness) Arron's Sportswear
attached logo on hem. Size XL.


2000-01 is the second of two seasons that the special Dustin White Memorial patch is worn on both home and away jerseys.
2000-01 an Iowa High School Hockey League 25th anniversary patch was also added the Metros jerseys.


1997-01 Brian Swanson Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
2001
Metros Most Valuable Player
2001
State/League All Star Team
2000-01 Team Captain
2000, 2001 Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State Selection
12 seasons Siouxland Youth Hockey

Worn for four seasons (1997-2001) by Brian Swanson. During his four seasons he made three State Tournament Championship Games and won two of them!!!
Sewn-on embroidered crest. Two color tackle-twill numbers. Single color attached Captain's "C". Dustin White memorial patch (right) and
IHSHL 25th season patch (left) on front. Heavy black mesh material. Arron's heat sealed logo on hem. Size XL. Made by Aaron Sportswear.


1999-01 Cory Mozak Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
2001-03 Pikes Peak Miners USA Hockey (Midget Major AAA)
*2003-2005 Fargo-Morehead Jets (NAHL) / Helena Bighorns (NAHL)
2005-07 University of Wisconsin Stout (NCAA)
Sioux City Metros Assistant Coach 2009-2011


This one was worn for both his two seasons as a Metro (1999/Fr.-2001/So.) by Cory Mozak. He would spend the following two high school seasons playing
for the Pikes Peak Miners Midget AAA. After graduation he would play two seasons in the NAHL and two in the NCAA.
Sewn-on embroidered crest. Two color tackle-twill numbers. Dustin White memorial patch (right) and IHSHL 25th season patch (left) on front.
 Heavy black mesh material. No Arron's heat sealed logo on hem. Game socks.  Size XL. NNOB  Made by Aaron Sportswear.

 


All Patches are removed this season. Jerseys have no nameplates. Metros win State Torunemnt

2000-03 Sammy Schweigert* Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
*2003 State Tournament Champions
2003 State/League All-Star Team
2002-03 Team Captain
2001 JV Leading Scorer Award
2002, 2003  MHSHL Academic Achievement Award
11 seasons Siouxland Youth Hockey

Worn during three seasons (2000-2003) by Sammy Schweigert. Sammy scored the tieing goal in the eventual triple OT win against the
 Des Moines Oak Leafs, for their first State title of the new decade.
Sewn-on embroidered crest. Embroidered captain's C. Two color tackle-twill numbers. Heavy black mesh material.
Game socks. Size XL. Made by Aaron Sportswear.

2001-03 Rick Charteir* Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
*2003 State Tournament Champions
 2002, 2003 MHSHL Academic Achievement Award
2003 SYHA Ted Neby Award
 
13 seasons Siouxland Youth Hockey
 
Worn two seasons (2001-03) by Rick Charteir. (Wore 35 his SO/FR season.) Sewn-on embroidered crest. Two color tackle-twill numbers.
Heavy black mesh material. Size XL. game socks. Made by Aaron Sportswear.
Rick would later join the USA Hockey Officials Development Program (ODP) where is a current referee/linesman.

2003 Metros Team Jacket

Metros team jacket worn by Sammy Schweigert during his senior season. Embroidered player number on right front and Metro logo on left
and back. Fleece body and leather sleeves. made by Halloway Sportswear.

 

2001-04 Brett Swanson Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
2004 State/League All Star Team
2002 JV Most Improved Player
2003-04  Alternate captain
13 seasons Siouxland Youth Hockey
 
Worn for three seasons (2001-2004) by Brett Swanson. Sewn-on embroidered crest. Two color tackle-twill numbers.
Single color attached Alternate Captain "A".  Heavy mesh "wave" material. Size XL. NNOB. Game socks. Made by Aaron Sportswear.
OMG!!! Where do I start with this guy!!! ;)  This pictured white jersey, hit me with a shot almost every home game!!!
Swany...Thanks for the bruises!!!

 


This was the only season the Metros wore the special mesh material games socks in both colors, white and black.

2002-05 Daniel Limoges Midwest High School Hockey League
Formally the Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
2001-02 JV Rookie-of-the-Year * 2002-03 JV Most Valuable Player
2002, 2003, 2004 MHSHL Academic Achievement Award
  2005 MHSHL President's Senior Academic Achievement Award

Worn by Daniel Limoges during three IHSHL/MHSHL seasons starting the 2002-03 season (So.-SR). Wore #45 Fr. season.
Sewn-on embroidered crest. Two color tackle-Twill numbers. NNOB.
Manufacturer tagging on right hem. Game socks: regular (02-04) Mesh (04-05).
 

2004-05 John Adam Midwest High School Hockey League
Formally the Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
2007 MHSHL President's Academic Award
 
2004, 2005, 2006 
MHSHL Academic Achievement Award

Worn by John Adam during his sophomore season (2004-05). (Wore 28 his Fr season 03-04) Finished his last two season wearing #10 in the new style
JR Musketeers jerseys. This season would be the last season of the traditional "wave" style jerseys.
Two color tackle-Twill numbers. Sewn on embroidered crest. Mesh style game socks (2004-05). NNOB. Manufactured by Aaron Sportswear.
John would later attend Northwestern College (GPAC) where he would play four season for the Red Raiders Football team.

2002-05 Ben Kambach Midwest High School Hockey League
Formally the Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
2005
State/League All Star Team * 2005 SYHA Dustin White Award
2003, 2004 MHSHL Academic Achievement Award / 2005
 MHSHL President's Academic Award
2003 JV Plus-Minus Award * 2004 Most Improved Player


Worn during three 2002-05 MHSHL seasons by Ben Kambach.  Sewn on embroidered crest. Two color tackle-Twill numbers.
Attached Alternate Captain's A senior season. Regular Game socks (02-04)  Mesh style game socks (04-05). NNOB. Manufactured by Aaron Sportswear.

2002-05 Scott Marsh Midwest High School Hockey League
Formally the Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
2004 SYHA Dustin White Award  *
2004 State/League All Star Team
2003, 2004 MHSHL Academic Achievement Award
2005
 MHSHL President's Academic Achievement Award
  2004-05 Alternate Captain


Worn at home for three MHSHL seasons by Scott Marsh.  Sewn on embroidered crest. Two color tackle-Twill numbers.
Attached Alternate Captain's A. Game socks (02-04). Mesh game socks (04-05). NNOB. Manufactured by Aaron Sportswear.

2001-04 Beau Erickson Midwest High School Hockey League (Away)
Formally the Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
2003 MHSHL League Champions
 2003 Metros
Most Valuable Player
2003 All Star Game  * All League Team * Chicago Show Case Team Tri-State Selection

2004 All Star Game * All League Team * Chicago Show Case Team Tri-State Selection

Worn three MHSHL seasons (2001-2004) by Beau Erickson.   He went on to play a season in the NAHL and then one in the USHL 
for the Musketeers. After three seasons at the University of Connecticut he has played in the ECHL and AHL and is a current
member of the Ontario Reign of the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL). His NHL rights are currently held by the St. Louis Blues.

Three color attached embroidered Crest. Two color tackle-Twill numbers.  NNOB. Game socks (01-04). 
 Heavy mesh material manufactured by Aaron Sportswear. Size XXL.

2002-05 Kevin Lohry Midwest High School Hockey League (Road)
Formally the Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
2003 & 2005 Metros Most Valuable Player

2003, 2004 2005 Metros Leading Scorer (32 GP 25/46) (30 GP-24/56) (30 GP 26/42)
2004 & 2005 Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State Selection

2003 State/League Tournament MVP  * 
2003 Rookie-of-the-Year    *   2004, 2005 State/League All Star Team
2003, 2004 MHSHL Academic Achievement Award / 2005
 MHSHL President's Academic Award
 
 
Worn three MHSHL seasons (2002-2005) by Kevin Lohry
.  2003 Kevin leads the Metros to their first State title of the decade with the winning goal
during the third OT to defeat the Des Moines Oak Leafs
. He went on to play 2 seasons for the Musketeers, four seasons at Princeton and is now a
member of the Bakersfield Condors of the East Coast Hockey League (ECHL)

Two color tackle-Twill numbers. Sewn on embroidered crest. Game socks (02-04). Mesh game socks (04-05).
Captain C added senior season. NNOB. Mesh material manufactured by Aaron Sportswear.

2002-05 Kevin Lohry Midwest High School Hockey League (Home)

Worn three MHSHL seasons (2002-2005) by Kevin Lohry. Two color tackle-Twill numbers. Sewn on embroidered crest.
Game socks (02-04). Mesh game socks (04-05). Captain C added senior season. Mesh material manufactured by Aaron Sportswear.

2003-2005 Marshall Tuttle Midwest High School Hockey League
Formally the Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
2003-04 Metros Rookie-of-the Year * 2004-05 Metros Sportsmanship Award
2004-05 MHSHL Academic Achievement Award
14 Seasons Siouxland Youth Hockey


Worn two seasons (Fr. & So.) by Marshall Tuttle. Marshall joined the Metros and found a place on the varsity team. His freshman season
he received the Metros Rookie-of-the-Year award and the following season the Metros Sportsmanship Award. However, Marshall's two
best seasons were still to come.  This second season (2004-05) was the last season with the round/script Metros logo and wave style jerseys.
Embroidered Metros logo. Mesh Material. Two color tackle-twill numbers on shoulders & back. NNOB. Manufacturer tag in collar.
Game socks. Made by Aarons Sportswear. Size XL.

2003-2005 Marshall Tuttle Midwest High School Hockey League

Worn two seasons (Fr. & So.) by Marshall Tuttle. This second season (2004-05) was the last season with the round/script Metros logo and wave style
 jerseys. Embroidered Metros logo. Home white. Mesh Material. Two color tackle-twill numbers on shoulders & back. NNOB. Manufacturer tag in collar
 and on right hem. Game socks (03-04) Game socks Mesh (04-05). Made by Aarons Sportswear. Size XL.
DJW and IHSHL 25th anniversary patched removed from 2000-01 season, worn then by goaltender Marie Witchey during her senior season.

2004-05 Nick Cownie Midwest High School Hockey League (Road)
Formally the Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
2004-06 Sioux City Metros (MHAHL) * 2006-08 Omaha Energy (AAA Elite)
 

Worn by Nick Cownie during his freshman season. He would play one more season for the Metros before moving to Omaha where he
played for the Omaha Energy a AAA team in the Midget Elite League
. This season (2004-05) was the last season with the round/script
Metros logo and wave style jerseys.  Embroidered Metros logo. Road blacks. Mesh Material. Two color tackle-twill numbers on shoulders & back.
 NNOB. Manufacturer tag in collar. Mesh game socks (04-05 only). Made by Aarons Sportswear. Size XL.


 


The 2005-06 season would again represent a new relationship between SYHA and the Sioux City Musketeers. A logo change was implemented
and stylized after the Musketeers'. The 2005-06 season would also mark the 30th Season of the Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL).

2005-2006 Nick Cownie Midwest High School Hockey League (Home)
2004-06 Sioux City Metros (MHAHL) * 2006-08 Omaha Energy (AAA Elite)

Worn 2005-06 by Nick Cownie during his Sophomore season. He would play the next two season in Omaha for the Omaha Energy, a member of the
Midget AAA Elite League.
This was the first season with this new style jersey and Musketeer based Metros logo. Embroidered crest. Front tie-down.
Single color sewn-on numbers on back & shoulders. NNOB. Manufacturer tag in collar and on hem. White game socks. Size 54. Made by OT Sports.

2005-2006 Nick Cownie Midwest High School Hockey League (Away)

Worn 2005-06 season by Nick Cownie. This was the first season with this new style jersey and Musketeer based
Metros logo. Embroidered Metros logo. Front tie-down. Single color sewn-on numbers on back & shoulders. NNOB. Manufacturer tag
 in collar and on hem. Green game socks. Size 54. Made by OT Sports.


In 2006-07 the League would be renamed the Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL). With teams from South Dakota, Nebraska &
Missouri;  The Iowa League had out-grown its name.

2005-2007 Marshall Tuttle Midwest High School Hockey League (Road)
Formally the Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
2003-04 Metros Rookie-of-the Year * 2004-05 Metros Sportsmanship Award
2006-07 SYHA Ted Neby Award * 2006-07 Metros Leading Scorer * 2006-07 Metros Most Valuable Player
2005-06 West All-Star Team  *  2006-07 All-Star Team * 2006-07 First Team West All-Star Selection
 2005-06 Chicago Showcase Selection * 2006-07 Chicago Showcase Selection
2005-06 Metros Alternate Captain * 2006-07 Metros Alternate Captain
2004-05 MHSHL Academic Achievement Award * 2005-06 MHSHL Academic Achievement Award * 2006-07 MHSHL Academic Achievement Award
 

Worn on the road for two seasons (Jr. & Sr.) by Marshall Tuttle. He joined the Metros as a freshman and found a spot on the varsity squad
right away. Playing complete schedules his first two seasons; he brought size and strength to the game but hadn't found his scoring touch yet. His final
two seasons were break-out ones for Marshall; twice leading the Metros in scoring. He earned multiple selections the the League's All-Star and
All-League teams as well as the Chicago Showcase.

 Embroidered Metros logo. Front tie-down. Single color sewn-on numbers on back & shoulders. NNOB. Sewn on Alternate captain A worn both
Junior & Senior seasons. Manufacturer tag in collar and on hem. Green game socks. Size 54. Made by OT Sports.

After declining an invitation to play for the Musketeers (USHL), Marshall joined the Morningside Mustangs Football team where he spent four
seasons collecting tackles and awards. Marshall's finest season was his senior year. The Mustangs finished with a 10-2 season and a third in a
row trip to NAIA post season play. Along the way he amassed a very impressive list of Morningside and GPAC honors!!!

2010 GPAC Defensive Player of the Year
 *  2010 American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) NAIA All-American Team
2010 Victory Sports Network (VSN) NAIA Coaches All-American  Team   *   2010 Daktronics NAIA Scholar Athlete
2010 ESPN Academic All-District VII  Team   *   2010 Mustangs Leading Tackler  *   2010 Mustangs Most Valuable Player 
 2010 William Campbell Trophy Post Graduate Scholarship Finalist (Tim Tebow won this award in 2009!!!)

2009 Mustangs Leading Tackles  *  2009 GPAC All-Team  Selection

 

2005-2007 Marshall Tuttle Midwest High School Hockey League (Home)
14 Seasons Siouxland Youth Hockey


Worn at home for two seasons (Jr. & Sr.) by Marshall Tuttle. 2005-06 was the first season with the new style jersey and Musketeer based
Metros logo. Embroidered crest. Front tie-down. Single color sewn-on numbers on back & shoulders. NNOB. Sewn on Alternate captain "A"
worn both Junior & Senior seasons. Manufacturer tag in collar and on hem. White game socks. Size 54. Made by OT Sports.

 

2007-2008 Ben Holzrichter Midwest High School Hockey League
Formally the Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
2007-08 Scotty Culbertson Award * 2007-08 Junior Varsity Alternate Captain
2007-08 MHSHL Academic Achievement Award * Five-Time Co-Referee of the Year


Worn at home for the first of three seasons; shown here during his sophomore season by Ben Holzrichter. Joining the Metros as a youngster
 he would see a full JV schedule this season. A huge asset to the team in dedication, leadership, determination; Ben was selected as one of the team
captains and a shoe-in for the Scotty Culbertson Award, one of SYHA's most respected awards.  Embroidered Metros logo. Single color
sewn-on numbers on back & shoulders. NNOB. White game socks. Size 54. Made by OT Sports.

08/09 MHSHL JV Top Ten Scorer(10th)-37 Points (15G/22A)
Worn at home for three seasons (So-Sr.) shown here during his sophomore season by Ben Holzrichter. Embroidered Metros logo. Single color
sewn-on numbers on back & shoulders. NNOB. Green game socks. Size 54. Made by OT Sports.

 

2008-2009 Ben Holzrichter Midwest High School Hockey League (Road)
Formally the Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
 2008-09 Metros Iron Man Award * 2007-08 SYHA Scotty Culbertson Award
2007-08 Junior Varsity Alternate Captain * 2008-09 Junior Varsity Alternate Captain
2008-09 League Top Ten JV Scorers  * Two-Time MHSHL Academic Achievement Award
Six-Time Co-Referee of the Year

08/09 MHSHL JV Top Ten Scorer(10th)-37 Points (15G/22A)
Worn during the second of three seasons (So-Sr.) by Ben Holzrichter. He would crack the varsity schedule this season seeing time in twenty-one
 varsity games. Despite missing five JV games he finished third in JV scoring and finished among the top tem league scorers. Selected again as an
alternate captain he continued to be a team leader & mentor; he was honored with the Metros Iron Man Award. Embroidered Metros logo.
Single color sewn-on numbers on back & shoulders. NNOB. Green game socks. Size 54. Made by OT Sports.


Worn at home for three seasons (So-Sr.) by Ben Holzrichter. Embroidered Metros logo. Single color sewn-on numbers on back & shoulders.
NNOB. White game socks. Size 54. Made by OT Sports.

2007-2010 Ben Holzrichter Midwest High School Hockey League (Road)
Formally the Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
2007-08 Scotty Culbertson Award * 2008-09 Metros Iron Man Award * 2009-10 Ted Neby Award
2008 / 2009 / 2010 JV Alternate Captain
2008-09 League Top Ten JV Scorers  * 2009-10 Metros Leading JV Scorer
2008, 2009 MHSHL Academic Achievement Award / 2010 MHSHL President's Academic Award
Seven Time Co-Referee of the Year
08/09 MHSHL JV Top Ten Scorer(10th)-37 Points (15G/22A)
Worn now for three seasons by senior by Ben Holzrichter. Playing a full season in both varsity and JV Ben continued his leadership role
on the team. Finishing as a top-ten scorer on varsity and as the JV leading scorer. His hard work and leadership by example continued
throughout the season and the three-time captain received SYHA's highest honor, the Ted Neby Award and the League's highest academic
 honor, the President's Academic Award.  Embroidered Metros logo. Single color sewn-on numbers on back & shoulders.
NNOB. Green game socks. Size 54. Made by OT Sports.

2007-2010 Ben Holzrichter Midwest High School Hockey League (Home)

Worn at home for three seasons (So-Sr.) by Ben Holzrichter. Embroidered Metros logo. Single color sewn-on numbers on back & shoulders.
NNOB. White game socks. Size 54. Made by OT Sports.


This would be the final season for this style jersey and logo. No Player nameplates.

2010-11Cody Clark Midwest High School Hockey League
2010-11 JV Penalty Minutes Leader / Second Varsity Penalty Minutes Leader
 2011-12 Varsity Penalty Minutes Leader * 2012-13 Varsity Penalty Minutes Leader * Three-Time MHSHL Player Academic Award


This on was worn by Cody Clark during his first season (2010-11) as a Metro. The sophomore took to the higher level of play quickly
establishing himself as one of the league's heavy hitters. He would finish as the Metros second highest penalty minute leaders and share the
top-five honors with four other seniors. However, second was never good enough and the following two seasons easily claimed the
Metros top Heavy Hitter distinction. This would be the final season for this style jersey & logo. Attached screened crest. Tie-down front.
Single color sewn-on numbers. NNOB. Manufacturer tagging in collar. Game Socks. Made by OT Sports. Size 54.

 

2010-11Brandon Carlson Midwest High School Hockey League
2010-11 JV Leading Scorer * JV Rookie of the Year * 2011-12 Varsity Leading Scorer * MHSHL All- Star Team
2012-13  Varsity Leading Scorer  * MHSHL All-Star team  * America's Showcase Team * MHSHL Academic Award
 
This on was worn by Brandon Carlson. During his first season (2010-11) as a Metro he saw significant time on both JV and varsity squads.
 He would lead the JV in scoring and be selected as the junior Varsity Rookie-of-the-Year. He will become  Metros scoring leader,
 MHSHL All-Star, an MHSHL Academic Achievement recipient  and an America's Showcase selection.  Attached screened crest. Tie-down
front. Single color sewn-on numbers. NNOB. Manufacturer tagging in collar.Game Socks. Made by OT Sports. Size 54.


 

2011 was the first season for these style jerseys.

SYHA and the Sioux City Musketeers move to a standardized uniform program. The Metros jerseys and logo are redesigned to reflect the current
Musketeers logo and colors. Player nameplates are back starting this season

Mitch Nelson High School Hockey League (Home)
2009-10 Junior Varsity Rookie of the Year
2011-12 Junior Varsity Most Valuable Player Award / 2011-12 Junior Varsity Ironman Award

2011-12 Varsity Points 7 points (2/5) & JV Leading Scorer 27 points (16/11)

Worn during the 2011-12 (Senior) seasons by Mitch Nelson. 2011 was the first season for these style jerseys. Sewn-on embroidered crest.
Single color numbers on back and sleeves and single color attached nameplate. Single color captain "C". Tie-down front. Removed
manufacturer tagging in collar. Made by Dangle Athletic. Game socks worn 11-12

Mitch Nelson High School Hockey League (Away)
2011-12 Metros Team Captain

Worn during the 2011-12 (Senior) season by Mitch Nelson. 2011 was the first season for these style jerseys. Sewn-on embroidered crest. Single
color numbers on back and sleeves and single color attached nameplate. Single color captain "C". Tie-down front. Removed manufacturer tagging
in collar. Made by Dangle Athletic. Game socks worn.

Brandon Carlson Midwest High School Hockey League
2011-12 Varsity Leading Scorer (19/15/34) * MHSHL All- Star Team (1)

Worn during the 2011-12 (Junior) and 2012-13 (Senior) seasons by Brandon Carlson. This would be the first of two consecutive seasons Brandon
 would lead the Metros in and earn a MHSHL All-Star game selection. The next season he would be selected to play in the nation-wind America's
Showcase tournament. 2011 was the first season for these style jerseys. Sewn-on embroidered crest. Single color numbers on back & sleeves
and single color attached nameplate. Tie-down front and manufacturer tagging in collar. Made by Dangle Athletic. Game socks. Size Pro 56

 

Metros switch to the "V" style game socks this season. They are worn with both green and white jerseys. Both jersey styles remain the same as the previous season.

Cody Clark Midwest High School Hockey League
2012-13 MHSHL Player Academic Award
2012-13 Penalty Minutes Leader (106)

Worn during the 2011-12 (Junior) and 2012-13 (Senior) seasons by Cody Clark. The Metros leading Penalty Minutes leader the last
two seasons and a top three finisher his sophomore season. He would cross over to the good side the following season; joining the
USA Hockey Officials Development Program (ODP).  Sewn-on embroidered crest. Single color numbers on back & sleeves and
single color attached nameplate. Tie-down front and manufacturer tagging in collar. 2011-12 standard white & green game socks.
2012-13 first season for the sub-laminated game socks worn with both color jerseys. Made by Dangle Athletic.

Brandon Carlson Midwest High School Hockey League
2012-13  Varsity Leading Scorer (19/17/36) * MHSHL All-Star team MHSHL(2) * Academic Award

Worn during the 2011-12 (Junior) and 2012-13 (Senior) seasons by Brandon Carlson. He would again lead the Metros in scoring and garner his
 second selection to the MHSHL All-Star Team and his first selection to the America's Showcase tournament. He was also multi-season MHSHL
 Academic Achievement Awards recipient and is the only Metro to attend three different universities and still graduate on time. Sewn-on embroidered
crest. Single color numbers on back & sleeves and single color attached nameplate. Tie-down front and manufacturer tagging in collar. Made by
Dangle Athletic.  Size Pro 56.  2011-12 standard white & green game socks and 2012-13 first season for the sub-laminated game socks worn
with both colors.

 


Both white and green jersey styles remain the same as previous season. "V" socks. Nameplates

 


Jersey styles remain the same as previous season.

Sammy Holzrichter
2014 Metros Dustin White Award
2014-15 Alternate Team Captain * 2015-16 Alternate Team Captain
2015 USA Deaflympics Team
 
Worn three seasons (Fr-Jr) by Sammy Holzrichter. (Shown here during his Sophomore year) Sewn-on embroidered crest. Single color numbers
on back & sleeves and single color attached nameplate. Tie-down front and manufacturer tagging in collar. Alternate Captain A added junior season.
Sub-laminated game socks worn with both colors. Made by Dangle Athletic. Size Pro 56

 
Worn three seasons (Fr-Jr) by Sammy Holzrichter. (Shown here during his Junior year) Sewn-on embroidered crest. Single color numbers
on back & sleeves and single color attached nameplate. Tie-down front and manufacturer tagging in collar. Alternate Captain A added junior season.
Sub-laminated game socks worn with both colors. Made by Dangle Athletic. Size Pro 56



 MHSHL celebrates the 40th season of High School hockey. All jerseys sport the new anniversary patch. 
 MHSHL Officials wear the patch in lieu of the 2015-16 USAH  referee crest
 Metros jersey style remains the same as the previous seasons                                                                   
 Name plates. "V" socks. Green/white cloves and matching Kelly green shells.                                                                           
                                                          

Brandon Swanson
7 seasons SYHA  /  3 seasons Sioux City Metros

Worn three seasons by Brandon Swanson. Sewn-on embroidered crest. Single color numbers on back & sleeves and single color attached nameplate.
Tie-down front and manufacturer tagging in collar. 40th Anniversary MHSHL patch on right chest. Sub-laminated game socks worn with both colors.
 Made by Dangle Athletic. Size Pro 54


Worn three seasons by Brandon Swanson. Sewn-on embroidered crest. Single color numbers on back & sleeves and single color attached nameplate.
Tie-down front and manufacturer tagging in collar (removed). 40th Anniversary MHSHL patch on right chest. Sub-laminated game socks worn with
both colors. Made by Dangle Athletic. Size Pro 54

Tanner Frerichs
2015-16 Metros Most Valuable Player * 2016 MHSHL All-Stars Selection. * 2016 MHSHL All-League Selection *  2016 America's Hockey Showcase
2016-17 Metros Most Valuable Player * 2017 MHSHL All-Stars Selection. * 2017 MHSHL All-League Selection * 2017 America's Hockey Showcase

Worn three seasons by Junior Tanner Frerichs. His final two seasons were loaded with Team and League successes; a top three scorer his
sophomore season, he lead the Metros in scoring his last two seasons. He was a multi-year selection as the Metros Alternate Captain & Most
Valuable Player, as well as back-to-back  MHSHL's All-Star, All-League and America Showcase team selections.


Sewn-on embroidered crest. Single color numbers on back & sleeves and single color attached nameplate. Tie-down front and manufacturer tagging in collar.
 40th Anniversary MHSHL patch on right chest. Sewn-on Alternate Captain "A". Single color attached nameplate. Made by Dangle Athletic. Size Pro 54


Jersey styles remain the same as previous season.

Many players left their 40th anniversary patch on the this season for the second half of forty seasons. New players this season did not add patches.

Drake Beller
2015-16 Metros Rookie of the Year
2016-17 MHSHL All-Star * 2016-17 America's Showcase Selection

Worn by Drake Beller during the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons. A top five Metros scorer both seasons; he would earn rookie of the year
honors his first season and a selection to the Americas Showcase tournament his second season. Sewn-on embroidered crest. Single color
numbers on back & sleeves and single color attached nameplate. Tie-down front and manufacturer tagging in collar. 40th Anniversary MHSHL
 patch on right chest. Sub-laminated game socks worn with both colors. Sewn-on Alternate Captain "A". Made by Dangle Athletic. Size Pro 52

Max Beller
Metros 2016-Present

Worn during the 2016-17 season by sophomore Max Beller. He returns to Sioux City to play his high school hockey for the Metros. Max
played three seasons in the Omaha Lancers AAA program; The Lancers are widely regarded as one of the top-five AAA programs in the
nation. Sewn-on embroidered crest. Single color numbers on back & sleeves and single color attached nameplate. Tie-down front and
manufacturer tagging in collar. No 40th Anniversary MHSHL patch. Sub-laminated game socks worn with both colors. 
Sewn-on Alternate Captain "A". Made by Dangle Athletic. Size Pro 52
 

 

Same Style Jerseys / Patches Removed

 

 

 

 

These below jerseys are one worn by SYHA players during special post season tournaments, all-star teams and other USA Hockey teams.

2016-17 Tanner Frerichs America's Showcase
April 19th-24, 2017 Pittsburgh, PA
2015-16 Metros MVP * 2016 MHSHL All-Star Selection. * 2016 MHSHL All-League Selection *  2016 America's Hockey Showcase

2016-17 Metros MVP * 2017 MHSHL All-Star Selection. * 2017 MHSHL All-League Selection * 2017 America's Hockey Showcase

This was worn during the 2017 America's Showcase tournament by Tanner Frerichs. This would be Tanner's second selection to the prestigious
nation-wide tournament. He would notch an assist this week as Team Midwest would finish the tournament going 3-1.Medium weight material with
tie-down. Sewn-on, screened crest. Heat applied numbers and name directly on jersey. MIDWEST also screened on right chest .
Manufacturer tagging in collar and on left hem. Size XL. Made by Detroit Sports

2016-17 Drake Beller America's Showcase
April 19th-24, 2017 Pittsburgh, PA

This was worn during the 2017 America's Showcase tournament by Drake Beller. This would be his first selection to this national
 tournament featuring the best high school players in the country. Drake recorded a pair of goals and an assist as Team Midwest finished
the week with a 3-1 record. Medium weight material with tie-down. Sewn-on, screened crest. Heat applied numbers and name directly
on jersey. MIDWEST also screened on right chest . Manufacturer tagging in collar and on left hem. Size XL. Made by Detroit Sports

 

2015-16 Tanner Frerichs America's Showcase
April 20th-24, 2016 Pittsburgh, PA

This was worn during the 2015-16 America's Showcase tournament by Tanner Frerichs. This would be his first of two selection to the
nationwide tournament featuring the best high school players in the country. Tanner would lead Team Midwest posting three goals and
an assist; going 2-2 for the week. Heavy weight material. sewn-on, screened crest and single color heat applied numbers and name
directly on jersey. MIDWEST also screened on right chest over removed patch. Manufacturer tagging in collar and on left hem. Made
by Detroit Sports

2016 Max Beller Omaha Tropics

This was worn during 2016 USA Hockey Summer League by Max Beller. This light-weight jersey is completely sub-laminated featuring
three-color logo, numbers and names (no name plate). Fine detail art in shoulder yokes. Manufacturer tagging in collar and above name.
Made by Projoy Sportswear. Size Medium.

2014-15 Drake Beller Omaha Lancers AAA U14

Worn during the 2014-15 season by Drake Beller. Originally a SYHA player Drake moved to Omaha to play AAA for three seasons. He would
 return to Sioux City playing three seasons for the Metros.

 

201?-1? Drake Beller Omaha Lancers AAA U??

 

2014-15 Drake Beller Omaha Lancers AAA U14

 

2011 Sammy Holzrichter South Dakota Solar Bears

Worn during the 2011 USA Hockey Summer Hockey League by Sammy Holzrichter. This team was comprised of players from Iowa, Nebraska & South Dakota.
Jersey is totally sub-laminated with three-color numbers and single color name (no name plate). Front tie-down & AAA on collar. Manufacturer tagging in collar
and on lower right hip. Sponsors include Weather-All Roofing and Insulation and the Northland Hockey Group. Manufactured by Hooter Sportswear.

2011-12 Brandon Carlson MHSHL All-Star Game (Team Liberty)
Ames/ISU Ice Arena / March 3rd, 2013 / Team Liberty 7 - Team Freedom 4

Worn during the 2012 MHSHL All-Star game by Brandon Carlson. This would be his first of two MHSHL All-Star Game selections. Medium weight
mesh material with heat applied numbers, name, star, manufacturer logo and crest. Manufacturer tagging in collar and on the right rear hem.
Game socks. Made by Athletic Knit (AK). Size XL

Scott Patrick 1987 All-Star Game Iowa High School Hockey League (IHSHL)
Now known as the  Midwest High School Hockey League (MHSHL)
1986 All-Star Team * 1986 State Tournament All-League Team Honorable Mention 
1987 All-Star Team  * 1987 All League Team * 1987 State Tournament MVP  * 1987 Metros Most Valuable Player
1986 All-Star Team  * 1988 All-League Team  * 1988 State Tournament Runner-up

 
Worn during the 1987 season IHSHL All-Star game by Scott Patrick. Screened IHSHL logo and date. Polyester jersey. Heat applied name
 and numbers. Name directly on jersey/no plate. Manufacturer tagging in collar and on hem.

Made by CCM.1990 Burt Post Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State
1990 IHSHL State Tournament Runner-up 
1990 IHSHL All State Selection * 1990 IHSHL All Star Game Selection
1990 Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State Selection *
  1989-90 Team Captain

Worn during the 1990 Chicago Showcase by Burt Post. This would be the first time Sioux City was represented in this nation
wide showcase tournament. Brett Austin, T.J. Reinsch and Brian Augustine would be the other first ever Sioux City showcase selections.

1991 T. J. Reinsch Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State
1988 IHSHL State Championship Runner-up *  1990 IHSHL State Championship Runner-up
1991 IHSHL State Champions

1990 & 1991 IHSHL All Star Game Selection * 1991 IHSHL All State Selection
1990 & 1991 Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State Selection * 1990-91 Team Captain


Worn during the  1991 Chicago Showcase Tournament by T.J. Reinsch. This would be his second appearance in the showcase. The prior season (1990)
would be the first season for the prestigious showcase tournament and first time appearances for Brian Augustine, Bert Post & Brett Austin.
T.J. and Brian would represent Sioux City a second time along with Dan Davies and Chris Sorum.

1992 Jade Pospeshil Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State
1990 IHSHL State Championship Runner-up  * 1991 IHSHL State Champions Sioux City
1992 IHSHL Regular Season Champions / 1992 IHSHL State Champions
1992 IHSHL All Star Game Selection * 1992 IHSHL All State Selection
1992 Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State Selection


This was worn by Jade Pospeshil during the 1992 Chicago Showcase Tournament. He would post a goal and three assists in
three games. This is a light material jersey with all numbers, logos and sponsors screened on. A sponsor plate in the back hem is missing.
Made by Athletic Sewing. Size XL. Metros teammate Jesse Monell would also play in this tournament posting three goals and an assist.

 

1999 Robbie Lessard Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State
1996 Metros Rookie of the Year
1999 & 2000
All Star Team  /  1999 & 2000 All State Team
1999 & 2000Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State Selection
1999-00 Most Valuable Player / Team Captain  / SYHA Ted Neby Award
13 seasons Siouxland Youth Hockey


Worn during the 1999 Chicago Showcase tournament by Robbie Lessard. Light weight polyester material with screened Showcase crest,
Tri-State & AHAI sponsors on front, screened STOP sign on the back. NNOB. Heat applied numbers on back. Manufacturer tagging
in collar. Made by Athletic Wear Inc. Size XXL.

2000 Robbie Lessard Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State
1996 Metros Rookie of the Year
1999 & 2000
All Star Team  /  1999 & 2000 All State Team
1999 & 2000Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State Selection
1999-00 Most Valuable Player / Team Captain  / SYHA Ted Neby Award
13 seasons Siouxland Youth Hockey

Worn during the 2000 Chicago Showcase tournament by Robbie Lessard. Light weight polyester material with screened Showcase crest,
Tri-State & AHAI sponsors on front, screened STOP sign on the back. NNOB. Heat applied numbers on back. Manufacturer tagging
in collar. Made by Athletic Wear Inc. Size XXL.

2004 Kevin Lohry Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State
2003 & 2005 Metros Most Valuable Player
2003, 2004 2005 Metros Leading Scorer (32 GP 25/46) (30 GP-24/56) (30 GP 26/42)
2004 & 2005 Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State Selection

2003 State/League Tournament MVP  * 
2003 Rookie-of-the-Year    *   2004, 2005 State/League All Star Team
2003, 2004 MHSHL Academic Achievement Award / 2005
 MHSHL President's Academic Award

Worn during the 2004 Chicago Showcase tournament by Kevin Lohry. Light mesh material with screened Showcase crest, Tri-State & AHAI sponsors on front,
Jerry's on left hem and screened STOP sign on the back. NNOB. Heat applied numbers on back. Manufacturer tagging in collar and on right hem.
Made by SP. Size XXL.

2005 Kevin Lohry Chicago Showcase Team Tri-State

Worn during the 2005 Chicago Showcase tournament by Kevin Lohry. Light mesh material with screened Showcase crest, Tri-State & AHAI sponsors on
front, Jerry's on left hem and screened STOP sign on the back. Tie-down front. NNOB. Heat applied numbers on back. Manufacturer tagging in collar and
 on right hem. Made by SP. Size XXL.

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2007-08 Nick Cownie Omaha Energy AAA Elite (Road)
2004-06 Sioux City Metros (MHAHL) * 2006-08 Omaha Energy (AAA Elite)

Worn during his Senior year (2007-08) while playing for the Omaha Energy. (2006-07 had a different style) Attached rubberized screened crest.
"Star" design jersey made with mesh material. Two-color tackle-twill numbers on back & sleeves. Manufacturer tagging in collar (removed)
and on right back hem. Made by McCarthy-Sorensen Athletics. Size XL

2007-08 Nick Cownie Omaha Energy AAA Elite (Home)
2004-06 Sioux City Metros (MHAHL) * 2006-08 Omaha Energy (AAA Elite)

Worn during his Senior year (2007-08) while playing for the Omaha Energy. (2006-07 had a different style) Attached rubberized screened crest.
"Star" design jersey made with mesh material. Two-color tackle-twill numbers on back & sleeves. Manufacturer tagging in collar (removed)
and on right back hem. Made by McCarthy-Sorensen Athletics. Size XL

1999-00 Cory Mozak Iowa Select Team

2000 Iowa selects tea. Mesh material with attached crest. Heat applied two color numbers and screened name on jersey.
Made by Hooter Sportswear. Hooter logo on right hem. Size L

1999-00 Robbie Lessard Iowa Select Team

2000 Iowa selects tea. Mesh material with attached crest. Heat applied two color numbers and screened name on jersey.
Made by Hooter Sportswear. Hooter logo on right hem. Size XL



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1999-2000 Robbie Lessard Team Iowa Select

Worn during the 1999-2000 season by Robbie Lessard for the USA Hockey AAA Select Tournament. This is a medium weight jersey material.
Screened crest and numbers Manufacturer tagging in the collar and on the right hem. Made by CCM. Size L

1986 Scott Patrick Team Midwest

1986 Scott Patrick AHAUS Regional Midget Camp

 




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1997-98 Single Game "Birthday Girl Special"

Worn during the 1997-98 season in a single game by Brant Mozak. Happy Birthday Mom!!!
Three color tackle-twill logo and numbers. NNOB. Sponsor screened on back hem. Made by Hooter Sportswear. Size XL.

This would have been the final season of this style jersey before the "wave" style.

 

This Eagles jersey was worn sometime during the Eagle’s seasons in Sioux City. I do not know a lot of information about the Eagles and would be more than happy to hear your input. Dureen material, cut sleeves, tons of wear. This Eagles jersey was worn sometime during the Eagle’s seasons in Sioux City. I do not know a lot of information about the Eagles and would be more than happy to hear your input. Dureen material, cut sleeves, tons of wear.   
Circa 1970
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Cody Clark Midwest High School Hockey League 
2011-12 MHSHL Player Academic Award
2011-12 Penalty Minutes Leader (1) (67)
  
Worn during the 2011-12 (Junior) and 2012-13 (Senior) seasons by Cody Clark. 2011 was the first season for these style jerseys as the SYHA
and the Sioux City Musketeers moved to a standardized uniform program. Sewn-on embroidered crest. Single color numbers on back and sleeves
and single color attached nameplate. Tie-down front and manufacturer tagging in collar. Game Socks. Made by Dangle Athletic.