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KHS hockey honors veterans

The Kingsford High School hockey team hosted a Veterans Appreciation Night on Tuesday for its game against Jeffers at Mountain View Ice Arena. All veterans were admitted for free and received a gift bag from Lake Shore Systems Inc. From left, Flivvers players Carter Kreski, Jack Perpich, Drew Hebert, Colin Watkins and Ethan Fox take part in ceremonies honoring the veterans before the game, holding flags that also were passed out to the crowd. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)
A local color guard brings out flags as Kim Harder-Webb, far right, sings the National Anthem for Veterans Appreciation Night at the Kingsford High School hockey game Tuesday against Jeffers at Mountain View Ice Arena in Iron Mountain. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)
The Kingsford High School hockey team hosted a Veterans Appreciation Night on Tuesday for its game against Jeffers at Mountain View Ice Arena. Veteran Todd Larson performed a ceremonial puck drop to start play.
The Kingsford High School hockey team hosted a Veterans Appreciation Night on Tuesday for its game against Jeffers at Mountain View Ice Arena. Flivvers players Hunter Fortner, left, and Daniel Maki skate before the game with flags that were provided for the event. (Theresa Proudfit/Daily News photo)

The Kingsford High School hockey team hosted a Veterans Appreciation Night on Tuesday evening for its game against Jeffers at Mountain View Ice Arena. All veterans were admitted for free and received a gift bag from Lake Shore Systems Inc. For more on the game, which Kingsford won, 3-0, see Local Sports on this site.