This Week in High School Sports: 12/25/18
This Week in High School Sports: 12/25/18
Viewpoints
Posted Tuesday, December 25, 2018

This week's show features St. Ignace High School student — and college basketball official — Jackson Ingalls, explains rules that regulate stalling in wrestling and finishes with a commentary on how the values of high school sports shined through during a recent radio broadcast heard while passing through the state's southwestern corridor. 

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."

Listen to this week's show by Clicking Here.

Past editions

December 18: Eastern Thumb Area co-op hockey, consequences of football playoff expansion - Listen
December 11:
Battle of the Fans VIII, MHSAA.tv's growing list of broadcasts - Listen
December 4:
New officials in southeastern Michigan, what college coaches are looking for in recruits - Listen
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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