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Michigan Girls High School Hockey League Champions Honored at LCA during PWHL Game

By Jack Linehan, 03/18/24, 1:45PM EDT


In a dazzling display of recognition and celebration, the Michigan Girls High School Hockey League (MGHSHL) champions were honored at none other than the iconic Little Caesars Arena during the Professional Women's Hockey League game. The arena, home to some of hockey's most illustrious moments, played host to the championship highlights, echoing with the cheers of fans and the voices of announcers.

The event, organized by the Professional Women's Hockey League (PWHL), brought together players, coaches, and supporters to commemorate not only the winning teams but the entire league's dedication and passion for the sport.

Division 1 champions, Grosse Pointe South, and Division 2 victors, Washtenaw United, took center stage as their achievements were highlighted on the big board. The atmosphere was electric as the arena reverberated with applause and admiration for these talented athletes.

The recognition extended beyond the confines of victory, acknowledging the hard work and commitment exhibited by every participant in the league. From the players who showcased their skills on the ice to the coaches who provided guidance and support, and the fans whose unwavering enthusiasm fueled the excitement, each individual played a vital role in the league's success.

"On behalf of the MGHSHL I want to send you a HUGE thank you for the  presentation of our State Champions during the game last night." expressed Sue McDowell,  Vice President of the MGHSHL. "I appreciate the organization and work that goes into making it happen and it was a huge boost for not only our winning teams, but for Michigan girls' HS hockey in general. We cannot tell you how much we appreciate the boost for HS hockey."

As the championship highlights illuminated the arena, it was a moment of pride for all involved – a testament to the resilience and determination of these young athletes. The echoes of their triumphs will continue to inspire future generations of hockey players across Michigan and beyond.

In the end, it wasn't just about winning trophies; it was about the shared love for the game, the bonds forged on and off the ice, and the memories that will last a lifetime. Here's to the champions, the supporters, and the entire MGHSHL – may your passion for hockey continue to shine brightly.