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LSHS Welcomes New Girls Unified Hockey Team

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For the first time in the history of Lake Shore High School, a girls’ hockey team has finally been established. This team is a collaborative effort with Lakeview High School, and the Michigan High School Association has officially recognized it.

Coach Bowers said, “The initiative for the girls’ hockey team originated from the association on the shores. Upon their request, representatives from Lake Shore and Lakeview districts convened, recognizing the feasibility due to a higher number of interested girls.”

“The team is in its initial stages, with the first contest scheduled in two weeks. For details, refer to the Lake Shore Public Schools athletics section on their official website,” Bowers continued said.

Two team members, Natalie Kelly, junior, and Charley McIntyre, sophomore, shared their perspectives on this groundbreaking endeavor. Kelly said, “Our season has encountered difficulties due to a high number of new players and a shortage of experienced ones. Nevertheless, I believe we are improving with each game.”

McIntyre said, ”I think that the Lakeview girls on the team are really nice and really good. I joined it because I thought it would be fun to try something new. I think our season is going to go well, but we are versing harder teams.”

This year, everybody on the hockey team is very excited for the season to start. The girls have put a lot of work in, and they have the passion and desire to succeed this hockey season.

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Daja Mckanders, Staff Writer
Daja Mckanders is a 14-year-old Freshman at Lake Shore High School. She loves playing basketball and also plays volleyball. Recently, she tried out for the volleyball team at Lake Shore High School and made the freshman team. Mckanders loves her dog and enjoys playing with him.  She is a summer traveler, and due to having more free time in the summer, she's been almost everywhere. In the future, she plans to go to college to play basketball and study business so she can start her own basketball fundamental camp for all ages. Spending time with friends is a major highlight of her day-to-day life. 
Jacob Moore, Staff Writer
Jacob Moore is a 17-year-old Senior at Lake Shore High School. He spends a lot of his time playing video games with friends and spending time with his family. He is interested in joining more after-school activities. On weekends, he visits family. In the future, he plans to go to trade school. Moore wants to be a technician.
Jose Escobar, Staff Writer
Jose Escobar is a 17-year-old Senior at Lake Shore High School. He plays a multitude of sports including soccer, wrestling, and football. In the future, he wants to attend Albion College to become an engineer. Escobar can also speak two languages, and he is from Mexico. 

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