A veteran marketing professional, writer, youth sports advocate and community activist, Jay Piz is passionate about scholastic roller hockey. He presently serves as board president of the Interscholastic Hockey Federation (IHF) in Southern California and co-chairs numerous inline hockey events and charity fundraisers including the Give Blood Play Hockey Inline Hockey Charity Tournament held each fall in Irvine. For more information about scholastic inline hockey in the southland, visit: www.IHF-Hockey.org, www.StateCupHockey.com or contribute with Hockey Helping Hockey programs at www.GiveBloodPlayHockey.org - See you at the rinks!
Jay- Though the interested audience would no doubt be smaller, I might see if I can come up with an in-line based article. I still play at 949 on Thursdays. Thanks for the kind words, I am glad to hear that the Capo program is still around- I thought there was a falling out when one parent sued the district after her kid got hurt, which I was upset about. As a former student athelete, I appreciate your work on the IHF. My dad served as a board member for a year or two while I was at Capo as well.