Entries for June 2020

Track Champ Eager for Next Challenge

Track Champ Eager for Next Challenge
Tuesday, June 30, 2020
Aiden McLaughlin’s high school run got cut short, so now it’s time for him to fly. McLaughlin, who recently graduated from Morley Stanwood High School, was one of thousands of Michigan high school seniors who lost out on their final spring season due to the...
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Old 5-A League Fueled Wrestling's Rise

Old 5-A League Fueled Wrestling's Rise
Monday, June 29, 2020
For all intents and purposes, the earliest days of the MHSAA wrestling state championships served as a glorified meet for the members of the 5-A Conference.  Greater Lansing established a stronghold on the sport that would last those first 13 years.
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2019-20 Parade of Champions

2019-20 Parade of Champions
Friday, June 26, 2020
A total of 58 schools won one or more of the 69 Michigan High School Athletic Association team championships awarded during the 2019-20 school year, with two teams winning three or more titles despite the cancellation of 62 MHSAA Finals due to COVID-19. Marquette led w...
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Officials Honored for Service Milestones

Officials Honored for Service Milestones
Thursday, June 25, 2020
The MHSAA annually honors high school game officials with 20, 30, 40, 45 and 50 years of service at its Officials’ Awards & Alumni Banquet. However, this spring’s banquet was canceled due to COVID-19. Instead, we present this virtual recognition for 322...
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Fracassa's Remarkable Records Still Rule

Fracassa's Remarkable Records Still Rule
Wednesday, June 24, 2020
As a senior at Sterling Heights Stevenson during the 2009 season, Jason Fracassa lit up the high school football world with his aerial display. Fracassa shattered the MHSAA career totals for passing yards and touchdowns held by Mill Coleman of Farmington Hills Harrison...
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Off Top Finish, Somsel Eyes Bright Future

Off Top Finish, Somsel Eyes Bright Future
Tuesday, June 23, 2020
Erin Somsel will be giving her Valedictorian speech to fellow Tecumseh High School graduates next month. Her message will be to not take anything for granted. “I think that’s a pretty important thing, especially because of what we are all going through righ...
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Trepins Makes Helping Kids Her Business

Trepins Makes Helping Kids Her Business
Wednesday, June 17, 2020
It’s not enough to recently-graduated Grandville High senior Brianna Trepins to play lacrosse well.  She additionally wants to see the sport grow and prosper in west Michigan – and she knows that begins with young kids in the community.
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Muskegon Grad Casts 'Magic' in HBO Series

Muskegon Grad Casts 'Magic' in HBO Series
Tuesday, June 16, 2020
The last time many people saw Quincy Crosby was during his final high school football game at Ford Field back in 2012, when the 6-foot-3, 280-pounder was a senior captain for Muskegon High School. The next time many see Crosby, he will be front and center, and impossib...
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MHSAA Reopening Update (6/9/20)

MHSAA Reopening Update (6/9/20)
Tuesday, June 9, 2020
The MHSAA has updated its guidelines for reopening of school sports based on updated recommendations from Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s office announced Friday, June 5. All updates for MHSAA member schools are effective Wednesday, June 10. 
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2020-21 Officials Registration Underway

2020-21 Officials Registration Underway
Monday, June 8, 2020
The Michigan High School Athletic Association is accepting registrations online or by mail for game officials for the 2020-21 school year.
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Football Classics Featured Friday on FOX

Football Classics Featured Friday on FOX
Thursday, June 4, 2020
FOX Sports Detroit on Friday will air a series of “Classic” games from the MHSAA Football Finals, including the longest game in Finals history. 
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MHSAA Reopening Update (6/2/20)

MHSAA Reopening Update (6/2/20)
Tuesday, June 2, 2020
The MHSAA has updated its guidelines for reopening of school sports based on the lifting of her stay-at-home order and further recommendations from Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s office announced Monday, June 1.
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Add Rest Days to Your Workout Routine

Add Rest Days to Your Workout Routine
Tuesday, June 2, 2020
Whether you're new to exercise or a seasoned enthusiast, it's tempting to adopt an all-go, no-quit attitude.  But it's important to remember that scheduling time for rest and rejuvenation is a critical component of any workout regimen.
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