Parkview’s Madison Naruko excels at ice hockey, academics

Madison Naruko, a student at Parkview School, is an amazing athlete. Some may find it unusual, however, that her sport of choice is ice hockey. In a league dominated by males, Madison is a star.

Madison has been playing ice hockey since she was seven years old. She currently plays for the Silvertips, is undefeated. Usually, Madison is the only girl on the ice, but this year she has two girl teammates joining her.

Madison plays center and takes the face offs, which she loves. Her coach calls her the “face off expert.” She has 17 career goals, six scored so far this season. Her stats also include 16 total assists with four this season. Her games are played at the Rinks Anaheim Ice, although you’ll find the Silvertips practicing at various facilities.

Madison is not only a superior athlete, she is a scholar student giving 100 percent to her academics. Her work ethic and productivity are second to none.

Madison is also an accomplished film/video maker. She has her own YouTube site, and recently completed a film for her grandparents anniversary.

Bravo Madison!

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