CPH Alum Luke Schairer Wins Gold at the 2024 Youth Olympic Games

Gangwon, South Korea – In a stunning display of skill and dedication, CPH alum Luke Schairer has clinched gold for the USA in the 2024 Winter Youth Olympic Games held in Gangwon, South Korea. Luke, who honed his early hockey skills with CPH during his 13U and 14U years, has made his country and his former team proud with this monumental achievement.

The Board of Directors at CPH has expressed their excitement and pride in Luke’s accomplishment. “As an organization, it’s exciting to see one of your former players represent his country on the ice. Luke has dedicated himself to the sport and his development, earning this opportunity through his work ethic,” said a spokesperson for the CPH Board of Directors. This sentiment reflects the organization’s commitment to nurturing young talent and the joy in seeing their alumni succeed on the world stage.

Luke currently plays for Mount Saint Charles Academy in Woonsocket, Rhode Island, where he continues to develop his skills and passion for hockey. His journey from CPH to the global arena is a testament to his hard work, dedication, and the support system that has backed him every step of the way.

Luke’s parents shared their elation over their son’s success, stating, “We are so proud and happy for Luke! He has put so much time and effort into this game, along with the coaching he’s received, and the hours he and his CPH teammates have put in over the years, we couldn’t be happier or more proud of him!” Their words echo the sentiments of everyone who has been a part of Luke’s journey, emphasizing the collective effort and dedication that has led to this point.

Luke Schairer’s gold medal win is not just a personal victory but a shining example of where passion, hard work, and a supportive community can lead. CPH looks forward to following Luke’s promising career and to continuing to support its athletes in their endeavors both on and off the ice.