Northeast Wisconsin Sports Awards Reveal Men’s Hockey Nominees

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The Northeast Wisconsin High School Sports Awards show, presented by Festival Foods, is proud to announce the nominees for Male Hockey Player of the Year. The winner will be announced during the live show on May 22 at Lambeau Field Atrium.

During the live broadcast, these nominees will be honored, along with the player of the year in each sport. Nominated athletes must register for the event here. Each nominated athlete will receive a free ticket for admission to the show. Additional tickets can be purchased here.

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The Northeast Wisconsin High School Sports Awards show is part of the USA TODAY High School Sports Awards, the nation’s largest high school sports recognition program. Learn more about the show and see previous sports nominees on the show’s website here.

Here are the nominees for Male Hockey Player of the Year:

Hunter Bill, Notre Dame Academy – Junior

Cael Bolton, Stevens Point Area High School – Sr

Callan Budinger, Notre Dame Academy — Sr.

Dayne Deanovich, St Mary’s Springs Academy – Sr

Ian Engel, Neenah/Hortonville/Menasha — Sr

Tyler Fromolz, Waupun High School – Sr

Brenden Gruber, Notre Dame Academy — Jr

Adam Prokop, Wausau West High School – Sr

Hayden Rising, St Mary’s Springs Academy – Jr

Brett Sabel, Fond du Lac High School — Sr

Kade Smigaj, Stevens Point Area High School – Jr

Bryce Strand, Bay Port High School — Sr

The show will recognize athletes, coaches and preparation teams from the Appleton, Fond du Lac, Green Bay, Manitowoc, Marshfield, Oshkosh, Sheboygan, Stevens Point, Wausau and Wisconsin Rapids markets for their achievements during the 2021 school year -22.

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