This Week in High School Sports: 12/4/18
This Week in High School Sports: 12/4/18
Viewpoints
Posted Tuesday, December 4, 2018

This week's show features new officials filling a need in Michigan's southeastern region, awards game balls to Marquette's boys basketball team and Hudson's girls and boys bowling teams, discusses the extended basketball sideline coaching box in "Be The Referee" and closes with thoughts from a pair of notable college coaches on what they're seeking when recruiting the high school ranks.

The 5-minute program, powered by MI Student Aid, leads off each week with feature stories from around the state from the MHSAA’s Second Half or network affiliates. "Be The Referee," a 60-second look at the fine art of officiating, comes in the middle of the show and is followed by a closing MHSAA "Perspective."

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Past editions

November 27: Defensive performances from 11-Player Football Finals, notable experiences at Ford Field - Listen
November 20: 
8-player football champions Morrice and Rapid River, power of giving thanks - Listen
November 13: Port Huron Northern football, broadcasting one of the busiest championship weekends of the MHSAA school year - Listen
November 6:
Three-time cross country champs, MIS as LP XC Finals home - Listen
October 30:
Calumet football, changes to the MHSAA Transfer Rule - Listen
October 23: Jackson High football, "Football Week in Michigan" - Listen
October 16:
Selection Sunday football primer, past playoff expansion - Listen
October 9:
Pickford football, teams that finished undefeated, untied and unscored upon on the gridiron - Listen
October 2: 
Grand Rapids official Dolly Konwinski, "You’ve Got To Be Kidding Me" on a federal court case made by the parents of a kid who didn’t make the cut - Listen
September 25: Bronson volleyball's Kiera Lasky, the real blue-chip participants in high school sports - Listen
September 18: 
Hanover-Horton runner Judy Rector, countering a growing shortage of high school game officials - Listen
September 11:
Alpena soccer coach Tim Storch, balancing interests of all high school athletes - Listen
September 4:
Radio stations celebrating 77 years of high school sports broadcasts, and radio's importance in educational athletics - Listen
August 28:
Forest Hills Central football's Tate Hallock, keeping perspective amid changing times - Listen
August 21: Lansing Everett football coach Mike Smith, MHSAA executive director transition - Listen


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