Nominees for Girls Hockey Announced at Northeast Wisconsin Sports Awards

Unveiling the Northeast Wisconsin High School Sports Awards’ Girls Hockey Player of the Year Nominees!

The Northeast Wisconsin High School Sports Awards has announced the nominees for girls hockey player of the year. The winner will be revealed during a live show on June 13 at 7 p.m. at the Lambeau Field Atrium in Green Bay. Stay tuned as we will soon announce our celebrity guest for the event. Festival Foods is proud to present the show, with support from Cellcom.

At the live show, nominees for girls hockey player of the year will be recognized, along with athletes in 26 other sports. Nominated athletes can RSVP to receive a free ticket to the event, thanks to our generous sponsors. Details on how to obtain additional tickets will be provided soon. For more information, please visit our website or follow us on Facebook.

The Northeast Wisconsin High School Sports Awards show is part of the prestigious USA TODAY High School Sports Awards program, which is the largest high school sports recognition program in the country. This program honors prep athletes, coaches, and teams in various markets including Appleton, Fond du Lac, Green Bay, Manitowoc, Marshfield, Oshkosh, Sheboygan, Stevens Point, Wausau, and Wisconsin Rapids for their accomplishments during the 2023-24 school year.

The nominees for girls hockey player of the year are as follows: Emily Bill from Bay Area Ice Bears – JR; Julianne Bradford from Bay Area Ice Bears – JR; Claire Calmes from Central Wisconsin Storm – JR; Addison Dahl from Bay Area Ice Bears – SO; Madi DePuydt from Central Wisconsin Storm – SR; Jenna Jones from Wisconsin Valley Union – JR; Evie Mursau from Fox Cities Stars – SO; Ava Rode from Central Wisconsin Storm – JR; Maleiyah Streck from Fox Cities Stars – SR; Abby Waara from Fond du Lac/Warbirds – FR; Allison Waara from Fond du Lac/Warbirds – JR; Tristan Wicklund from Central Wisconsin Storm – SR.

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