To squeeze is to grip or hold something tightly. We talk about squeezing the juice out of an orange or lemon, or squeezing a plastic tube of toothpaste.
Squeezed is the correct past tense and past participle form of the verb.
“Yesterday I squeezed a dozen oranges and got a pint of juice out of them.”
‘Squoze’ is an informal and non-standard version of ‘squeezed.’