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Boys Varsity Hockey · Hockey Seniors


Noah Eller

This is Noah’s 13th year playing hockey; three of which have been for the Chemics.  Noah’s favorite hockey moment of all time is winning back-to-back state championships in travel hockey.  One word Noah would use to sum up his MHS hockey career is “supercalifragilisticexpialidocious”. One piece of advice he would give an incoming MHS hockey player, “Every time you step on the ice, make it count.”  Noah will be attending Delta in the fall for one year – and then off to a coastal college to study marine wildlife.  Noah’s parents are Tom and Ann Eller.  Congratulations and good luck, Noah!

 

 

Liam Grady

This is Liam’s 13th year playing hockey; fourth year playing for the Chemics.  Liam’s favorite hockey moment of all time is joking around in practice and locker room with the boys.  One word that Liam would use to sum up his MHS hockey career is “family.”  One piece of advice he would give an incoming MHS hockey player, “Get into the weight room and always trust in your abilities.”  Liam is a member of MHS’s National Honor Society, and he recently earned the rank of Eagle Scout.  Next fall, Liam plans to attend either GVSU or MSU to study business.  Liam’s parents are Paul and Joan Grady.  Congrat-ulations and good luck, Liam!

 

 

Matthew Gross

This is Matthew’s 15th year playing hockey; fourth year playing for the Chemics.  Matthew’s favorite hockey moment of all time was winning two state championships in travel hockey.  One word that Matthew would use to sum up his MHS hockey career is “fulfilling.”  Advice that Matthew would give to an incoming MHS hockey player, “Enjoy every moment, because high school flies by.”  Matthew plans on attending Hope College to study pre-med.  Matthew’s parents are Darren and Judy Gross.  Congratulations and good luck, Matthew!

 

 

Tommy Pritchett

This is Tommy’s 9th year playing hockey; third year playing for the Chemics. Tommy’s favorite hockey moment of all time is when he skated out on the ice for his first Dow game. One word that Tommy would use to sum up his MHS hockey career is “BBB.”  Advice that Tommy would give to an incoming MHS hockey player, “Confidence is key.”  Tommy’s plans after graduation, “I’m still NHL draft eligible this year so will see how that goes and go from there.”  Tommy’s parents are Jerry and Christy Pritchett.  Congratulations and good luck, Tommy!

 

Dylan Sirrine

 

This is Dylan’s 15th year playing hockey; fourth year playing for the Chemics.  Dylan’s favorite hockey moment of all time was beating Dow in the playoffs sophomore year.  One word to describe his MHS hockey career is “Amazing.”  One piece of advice Dylan would give to an incoming MHS hockey player, “Enjoy every second on the ice because it ends sooner than you’d think.”  Dylan plans to attend Delta College for marketing/business.  Dylan’s parents are Todd Sirrine and Hollie Trainor.  Congratulations and good luck, Dylan!