Skyron Girls’ Hockey Wraps Up Successful Season with Impressive Record


Katharine Beach

Monique Dionne (’23) Saves a goal against Walled Lake


The Skyron Huskies season comes to an end with about a week left before states. As of February 27th, their record was 20-1-1, taking second in the state behind Liggett High School. 

On January 21st, 2023, Skyron played against USA Eagles 19U. Going into the 2nd period the Huskies were down 0-3. They made an impressive recovery In the second period, scoring goal after goal. Going into the 3rd, the eagles were up 5-3. USA Eagles 19U scored a goal halfway into the 3rd. The Huskies would need to fight as hard as they could, allowing them to win the game 5-4.

Skyron is working tirelessly to end their season as best as they can. “One goal we’ll hopefully achieve soon is beating Liggett for the first time,”  says Ava Heung (‘23), right before their game against Mercy High School. “[We hope to] get a championship win this year”

The Skyron Huskies played Mercy High School on Friday, February 3rd, 2023. Skyron started strong with two goals in both of the first and second periods, and finished even more convincingly with three goals in the third. The seven goals were scored by: Ava Heung, one goal (‘23), Khaleela Hodge, three goals (‘24), Lillian Shannon, one goal (‘24), Salsabeel Hodge, one goal (‘23), and Molly Greenberg with one goal (‘26). 

Skyron’s offense has been in attack mode scoring 144 goals in 22 games. They’re currently leading the state in goals per game at 6.54. Defense has also kept their head in the game with only 28 goals scored against. 

Skyron goes into the second round of playoffs coming off of an eight to zero win against Mercy. They play Grosse Pointe South (14-3-1-1) at Eddie Edgar Arena on March 8th, 2023. 


Junior Varsity: 

Skyron JV has only played seven games, but they’ve had a great five to three win over Pioneer. So far, their record is 3-3-1. “This year, it’s more of a team game,” Says Lilly Shannon (‘24), a starting defenceman for the Skyron Varsity team. “[They’ve] all [grown] together with skills individually as a team, and the bond is a lot stronger now.”