REESE BOEHME COMMITS TO CHEROKEE
(FORWARD SPENT LAST SEASON WITH JIMMY JOHNS)
Toledo Ohio: The Toledo Cherokee proud members of the USPHL Premier (Great Lakes Conference) are excited to announce the signing of forward Reese Boehme for next season.
The 5’7 165 pound winger spent last season playing for Jimmy John’s U-16 team where he suited up in 51 games scoring 26 goals and adding 26 assists for a total of 46 points.
The Temperance MI native, is 17 years old and spent a few years of his youth hockey playing in the Cherokee organization.
“Reece is a hard working kid that will add depth to our team, he is a guy that will work hard every day and push his teammates to be better players.” Said head coach Kenny Miller
Boehme joins Spencer Sandberg, Matt Mintun, Anthony Weinrich, Jake Rhoades, Devon Bobak, Mason Snyder and Bryce Davis as players committed to the Cherokee for next season.
The Cherokee begin play in September. For more information on the Cherokee please visit our website at www.cherokeehockey.com