After joining a Trenton High School hockey team that was fresh off of a state championship as a sophomore, Kenny Styles has been able to build on his hot start on the ice, the field and in the classroom. One of the Trojans’ leading scorers over the course of the last two years on the hockey team, Styles has proven himself to be a leader on the ice and a role model for the younger members of the team. Styles already has surpassed his points total from last year with part of this season still to play and he has been a guiding force on the team’s power play. On the gridiron, Styles ranked sixth on the team in receiving yards as a junior and took on more responsibility this year, as he was the team’s leading receiver. For his efforts on the football team, he was named 1st team All-League. His accomplishments in the classroom stack up just as well — as his 3.46 grade-point average and status as a member of the National Honor Society show that he has truly mastered the delicate balance of being a student-athlete. Though he is unsure of where he will be continuing his education next year, he is eying Wayne State’s medical program and hopes to continue his hockey career in some form. While his college has not yet been decided, Styles hopes on following in his mother’s footsteps and becoming a nurse after his educational pursuits are completed. His parents, Marc Styles and Melissa Pidcock, are excited to continue supporting him every step of the way.