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Did You See That? (April 22-28)

Did You See That? (April 22-28)
Monday, April 29, 2013
The clouds finally began to break last week. And as expected, teams in every spring sport quickly got started catching up on what they'd had to put off most of this month.  Read on for some of the top headlines from all over the state, plus our favorite story ...
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Did You See That? (April 15-21)

Did You See That? (April 15-21)
Monday, April 22, 2013
A rough survey of Michigan newspapers over the last week found at least 13 reported on how this spring's rainy (snowy?) weather has affected spring high school sports. But a few more teams finally made it outside – although all-weather sports like soccer again d...
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Did You See That? (April 8-14)

Did You See That? (April 8-14)
Monday, April 15, 2013
Near-constant rain – and for our northern schools, plenty of snow – has stalled many teams during this spring season. But there still were plenty of notable performances as most schools returned last week from spring break and battled the elements to get ba...
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Linked Up: Meet Mr. Basketball

Linked Up: Meet Mr. Basketball
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
To casual high school basketball fans who hadn't heard about him coming up, Monte Morris introduced himself during Flint Beecher's run to last season's MHSAA Class C championship.  On Monday, the Iowa State recruit won a close competition among the top three final...
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Linked Up: Meet Miss Basketball

Linked Up: Meet Miss Basketball
Wednesday, March 13, 2013
Freeland senior Tori Jankoska was named Michigan's Miss Basketball on Monday by the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan.  The 5-foot-8 guard helped her team to the Class B Semifinals in 2012. She'll continue her career this fall at Michigan State University...
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Linked Up: Hill Reaches 1,000

Linked Up: Hill Reaches 1,000
Monday, March 4, 2013
The Ann Arbor Pioneer boys and girls swim programs have received national acclaim over the years. And at the head of those efforts has been coach Denny Hill, who celebrated his 1,000th dual meet victory last month. 
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Flint Ice Hockey Loses Respected Official

Flint Ice Hockey Loses Respected Official
Wednesday, January 23, 2013
The Flint area and MHSAA hockey community last week mourned the death of popular official Steven Winn. 
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Flint Loses a Coaching Jewel (Flint Journal)

Flint Loses a Coaching Jewel (Flint Journal)
Tuesday, September 25, 2012
The Flint sports community lost a longtime contributor Monday, and one that no doubt left heavy hearts all over Michigan. Longtime Flint Powers Catholic coach Jack Pratt died at the age of 84.
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MI Fall, HS Ball (Lansing State Journal)

MI Fall, HS Ball (Lansing State Journal)
Tuesday, September 4, 2012
One of the newest additions to the Lansing State Journal is its Michigander section, which each week highlights great reasons to enjoy life in our home state. And last week's section declared what we've always felt -- that high school football is weaved into our commu...
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Thanks, Mr. Woodley (Saginaw News)

Thanks, Mr. Woodley (Saginaw News)
Friday, August 24, 2012
LaMarr Woodley was a football star at Saginaw High long before he went on to the University of Michigan and now the Pittsburgh Steelers. He's given students in his hometown the same opportunity for accomplishment without the cost they would've otherwise incurred this ...
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Gift of Sports (The Dowagiac Daily News)

Gift of Sports (The Dowagiac Daily News)
Thursday, August 2, 2012
A $9,000 donation by a concerned community member was matched by others throughout Cassopolis to wipe out sports participation fees for this school year.
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From High School to Olympic Swimming

From High School to Olympic Swimming
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
Fans of U.S. Swimming already have plenty of reasons to cheer for Missy Franklin later this month at the Summer Olympics -- but fans of high school sports and what they provide athletes at all levels of ability can also support her for how she's chosen to compete when s...
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Noel Dean on Parental Expectations

Noel Dean on Parental Expectations
Monday, July 9, 2012
At Lowell High, football parents who think their child should be playing more get an opportunity to convince coach Noel Dean of the same -- but must do so in a meeting with the parents of the player who would lose time in the process.
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Perfect dozen (Birmingham Observer & Eccentric)

Perfect dozen (Birmingham Observer & Eccentric)
Monday, June 4, 2012
We've recognized the named "Kelly Lunghamer" for a while now, which makes sense. The Birmingham Marian senior just finished her high school career with 12 varsity letters -- and 12 appearances in MHSAA Finals.
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Called to Coach (Bay City Times)

Called to Coach (Bay City Times)
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Even for the best, coaching wouldn't be referred to as "easy" -- and many would argue that it's grown tougher as time commitment, financial need and parental influence all have increased. And yet, there are thousands who every year continue to lead our programs. 
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A bizarre golf header (Kalamazoo Gazette)

A bizarre golf header (Kalamazoo Gazette)
Tuesday, May 22, 2012
From the crazy stuff that happens file: Richland Gull Lake senior Bryan VandenBerg hit a drive during Monday's Southwestern Michigan Athletic Conference Tournament -- that ended up hitting his father Tim in the head. Really.
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The Wilson Rules (Battle Creek Enquirer)

The Wilson Rules (Battle Creek Enquirer)
Thursday, May 17, 2012
Battle Creek's Dan Wilson has officiated football, basketball, volleyball, baseball and softball over 50 years of service, and was recently recognized for his half-century of work by the Michigan High School Athletic Association at our annual officials banquet.
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One-on-one with Kathy McGee (CMU)

One-on-one with Kathy McGee (CMU)
Monday, May 7, 2012
Legendary former Flint Powers Catholic girls basketball coach Kathy McGee announced in March that she'd be retiring after the last five seasons spent as an assistant with the Central Michigan University women's basketball team. CMUChippewas.com tells us about her Hall o...
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