Catholic Memorial senior, rally of the hockey team around the victims of the parade
WAUKESHA, Wisconsin. – The tragedy of the Waukesha Parade changed many lives.
For a Catholic Memorial elder, he wanted to have a positive impact on those affected.
That’s what made him this week’s FOX6 High School Hot Shot.
“It really hit some guys on our team, but everyone in general,” said Tyler Dale. “As Wings, we’re kind of the hockey team in the area. Waukesha is where I call home. I go to school in Waukesha. I have friends in Waukesha. I play for the high school team. When something like this happens in your community, you want to help.
The captain of the Waukesha Wings is a leader on and off the ice for his team.
He says the team, like many others in the region, is rallying around the community.
“As a team we have embraced Waukesha Strong,” said Dale. “We have stickers on our helmets to support this. We have a little inscription in the locker room that everyone hits before they step out on the ice just to remind you that you are playing for something bigger than this hockey game. “
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“Hockey will always be a big part of my life,” said Dale. “The hockey community is special. It’s one of a kind. It’s something I just want to stay in forever.”
Dale and the Wings will raise funds for those affected by the parade tragedy during their match on Tuesday.