By Geoff Kimmerly
Second Half editor
After a summer of seemingly cool temperatures, Wednesday felt a lot more like what we're used to for the first weeks of August.
WILX 10 from Lansing stopped in to the MHSAA office to learn more about the model heat management policy approved by our Representative Council in March, then stopped at a football scrimmage in St. Johns to speak with some mid-Michigan officials about their efforts to prevent heat illness.
To learn more about heat illness and preventing it, click for our Hydration and Heat Illness page at MHSAA.com and check out our preseason guide on the subject, Heat Ways.
Check out the WILX story here.
PHOTO: East Lansing football players stay hydrated during a practice last week. (Photo by Rob Kaminski.)