WO Last-Second Win Will Live Forever

WO Last-Second Win Will Live Forever
Sunday, March 31, 2019
They’re going to be talking about the final second of this swimming & diving season for a long time at Holland West Ottawa. By sixth hundredths of that second, the Panthers edged Detroit Catholic Central to finish first in the 400-yard freestyle relay at the ...
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2018-19 Stacking Up With Best on Records

2018-19 Stacking Up With Best on Records
Sunday, March 31, 2019
What a sports year. There certainly have been some amazing athletic feats over the 2018-19 high school season in Michigan, and it’s just two-thirds of the way complete.
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Lober Begins 50th Year On Track at TC Central

Lober Begins 50th Year On Track at TC Central
Friday, March 29, 2019
Traverse City Central boys track & field coach John Lober has a seemingly endless number of stories about athletes he convinced to come out for the sport. The collection of pictures from teams of the past and championship trophies that adorn his office deep in the ...
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Rep Council Wrap-Up: Winter 2019

Rep Council Wrap-Up: Winter 2019
Thursday, March 28, 2019
An adjustment to the Ice Hockey Tournament schedule was the most notable action taken by the Representative Council of the Michigan High School Athletic Association during its annual Winter Meeting on March 22 in Grand Rapids, while a number of additional topics were di...
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Mercy Star Scores Record in 1st Season

Mercy Star Scores Record in 1st Season
Thursday, March 28, 2019
Few freshmen in any sport have broken onto the scene like Farmington Hills Mercy’s Jillian Smith did in girls lacrosse in 2018. Find out more about the Marlins phenom's accomplishments and check out other recent MHSAA record book additions in girls soccer, boys b...
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Performance: Edison's Rickea Jackson

Performance: Edison's Rickea Jackson
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
One of the most celebrated basketball careers in MHSAA history came to a close Saturday, as Detroit Edison's Rickea Jackson in her final high school game led the Pioneers to a 77-58 win over Freeland at Van Noord Arena that clinched the Division 2 championship.&nbs...
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Northern Fueled for Another Title Drive

Northern Fueled for Another Title Drive
Wednesday, March 27, 2019
The Forest Hills Northern girls soccer team made a surprising run to another MHSAA Finals last season with a roster filled with 18 underclassmen. A large majority are back, and it’s created similar aspirations for a program that has blossomed into a formidable st...
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Photos: Top Shooters & Award Winners

Photos: Top Shooters & Award Winners
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
The MHSAA Girls & Boys Basketball Finals the last two weekends showed off many of the best teams and players who took the courts across Michigan this winter. The championships also provided an opportunity to celebrate a few more accomplishments with the Basketball ...
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Baldwin Makes Wise Choice to Try Track

Baldwin Makes Wise Choice to Try Track
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Three years ago, Heath Baldwin was sitting in the stands watching his sister, Hope, play volleyball when he started chatting with head coach Lauren Cholometes’ husband. The current Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic Prep senior had no clue that chitchat would turn into a...
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Spring Underway on MHSAA TV

Spring Underway on MHSAA TV
Tuesday, March 26, 2019
Here is the schedule for Spring sporting events to be streamed live on MHSAA.tv from March 26 to April 9.
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Zarycki Leaves as Top Scorer, Big Winner

Zarycki Leaves as Top Scorer, Big Winner
Monday, March 25, 2019
She didn’t envision 79 varsity victories, three District championships, three league titles or a program scoring record at the time. As a young girl in her driveway years ago, Edwardsburg’s Kaitlyn Zarycki just wanted to master dribbling between her legs an...
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Edison Closes Dominant Run as Champ Again

Edison Closes Dominant Run as Champ Again
Saturday, March 23, 2019
The Detroit Edison girls basketball team has been leaving people in awe all season.  On Saturday night, the Pioneers' own coach was a bit star struck after they defeated Freeland 77-58 to claim the Division 2 championship.
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Heroes Rise to Earn P-W's Legendary Win

Heroes Rise to Earn P-W's Legendary Win
Saturday, March 23, 2019
The seconds couldn’t tick off the clock fast enough Saturday for a Pewamo-Westphalia girls basketball team on the verge of its first championship for the third season in a row. Side by side on the bench, each with four fouls, sat juniors Ellie Droste and Hannah S...
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Still #1: Heritage Lands 2nd Straight Title

Still #1: Heritage Lands 2nd Straight Title
Saturday, March 23, 2019
Not often is the reigning champion the hunter and not the hunted. But that’s how the Saginaw Heritage girls basketball approached this season.  With the graduation of some key members from the 2018 Class A title team, the Hawks felt they were being...
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'All in' Lenawee Christian Locks Up D4

'All in' Lenawee Christian Locks Up D4
Saturday, March 23, 2019
By Bree Salenbien’s admission, she was “kinda out of it” during Saturday morning’s Division 4 Final at Van Noord Arena. But that gave Adrian Lenawee Christian a chance to show this year’s title was won by a fully talented team in addition ...
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Edison Marches On in Quest for 3-Peat

Edison Marches On in Quest for 3-Peat
Friday, March 22, 2019
Detroit Edison’s mission has been pretty clear from the opening tip this season. The Pioneers, off two straight Class C championships, opted up to Division 2 this winter and then defeated most of the best teams from the rest of the state – including three D...
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Freeland Finds Way to Season's Last Day

Freeland Finds Way to Season's Last Day
Friday, March 22, 2019
Freeland was doubled up in rebounding, shot 14 fewer free throws and had one more turnover than Hamilton during Friday’s first Division 2 Semifinal at Van Noord Arena. But the Falcons won out in experience and accuracy – and those made the differences in ea...
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Southfield Leads Fast, Holds On to Lead Last

Southfield Leads Fast, Holds On to Lead Last
Friday, March 22, 2019
Give Muskegon a ton of credit. After 11 minutes Thursday, it’s Division 1 Semifinal at Van Noord Arena was all but over. And Southfield Arts & Technology knew the feeling.
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Playoff Poise Gives Heritage Final Edge

Playoff Poise Gives Heritage Final Edge
Friday, March 22, 2019
Seniors Moira Joiner, Shine Strickland-Gills and Mallory McCartney have helped Saginaw Heritage to a 93-7 record over their four seasons on varsity. They earned one more opportunity to take the court together Thursday by tapping into what’s made them one the most...
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Performance: Unity's Noah Wiswary

Performance: Unity's Noah Wiswary
Friday, March 22, 2019
Senior point guard Noah Wiswary entered the final week of the season as Hudsonville Unity Christian’s fourth-leading scorer at 7.8 points per game.  But Wiswary led the Crusaders in scoring in their Quarterfinal, Semifinal and championship game wins as the p...
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