Entries for 'Howell'

Pixellot Productions On Rise

Pixellot Productions On Rise
Wednesday, September 19, 2018
A year ago, Pixellot – the automated production solution for schools wishing to stream live video of their athletic events on the NFHS Network and MHSAA.tv – was in use at six schools across Michigan.
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Howell Names Field for Longtime Leader

Howell Names Field for Longtime Leader
Thursday, August 30, 2018
If you got the impression that John Dukes has been around Howell football forever, you wouldn’t be far off. His association with the program began before high school.
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Caledonia, Hartland Earn Finals Return

Caledonia, Hartland Earn Finals Return
Thursday, June 14, 2018
Welcome back, Caledonia and Sammie Gehrls. Three seasons after finishing her freshman year at Secchia Stadium, the Fighting Scots’ ace once again has her team one more win from its first MHSAA softball championship.
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Forest Park Runs to 8-Player Records

Forest Park Runs to 8-Player Records
Monday, May 14, 2018
Crystal Falls Forest Park ran away, literally, with its first 8-player football championship this past fall, setting statewide records for yardage and touchdowns. The Trojans' accomplishments are among the latest additions to the MHSAA record books in five sports.
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Senior Says Good-Bye; Freshman Rises

Senior Says Good-Bye; Freshman Rises
Sunday, March 11, 2018
As one champion capped a weekend Saturday that couldn’t have gotten much better, another potentially got started on what could turn into one of the most impressive runs in MHSAA history.  Yes, that’s a pretty strong statement. But Grosse Pointe United&...
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3rd-Year Standouts Have Howell Rolling

3rd-Year Standouts Have Howell Rolling
Tuesday, January 9, 2018
For the best players on Howell’s boys and girls basketball teams, the third year has been the charm. Those players, Josh Palo and Lexie Miller, have combined talent and experience with confidence while leading their teams to fast starts this winter.
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Bridgman Bats Earn Homes in History

Bridgman Bats Earn Homes in History
Tuesday, July 25, 2017
A pair of Bridgman underclassmen helped the Bees to their first MHSAA team record book listing for softball this spring, while also earning individual entries as well. Click below to see where they rank and also to check out more recent record additions in softball and...
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Weatherlys Cherishing Final Run Together

Weatherlys Cherishing Final Run Together
Friday, June 2, 2017
It’s not hard to pick out the Weatherly boys on a baseball field. Sam, the senior, is 6-foot-3. Ty, a junior, is an inch taller. It’s a little tougher to realize Howell co-coach Mike Weatherly is their dad. He's shading just north of 6 foot. But watch close...
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Champs Prevail in Dominating Fashion

Champs Prevail in Dominating Fashion
Sunday, March 12, 2017
Brighton senior Courtney Casper packed an eventful final month into her only season of high school gymnastics. And Farmington United junior Elisa Bills finally finished first Saturday after a winter full of second places. Both won three MHSAA Finals individual event ch...
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Preview: Plenty of Title Opportunities

Preview: Plenty of Title Opportunities
Thursday, March 9, 2017
While last year’s MHSAA Gymnastics Team Final featured a group of veteran contenders rising as expected to the top, Friday’s season finale could be one of the most wide-open in some time.   Two-time reigning champion Rockford has surged again with a...
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Hartland's Skomial Sits Atop Scoring List

Hartland's Skomial Sits Atop Scoring List
Friday, February 10, 2017
No girls lacrosse player in Michigan high school history has found the net more than Hartland’s Ryan Skomial. The 2013 grad has been entered into the MHSAA record book for 276 goals over 79 games and four varsity seasons, the highest career scoring total sin...
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Record-Setting Slugger Powers Mercy

Record-Setting Slugger Powers Mercy
Monday, August 15, 2016
The Farmington Hills Mercy softball team enjoyed one of the winningest seasons in MHSAA history this spring bolstered by one of most accomplished hitters ever to step into the batter’s box in this state. Find out more about Abby Krzywiecki's accomp...
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Hutcheson Eager to Serve Statewide

Hutcheson Eager to Serve Statewide
Thursday, April 21, 2016
On Tuesday, Dan Hutcheson was the public address announcer at a track and field meet. On Wednesday, he spent part of the morning painting a door. As a teacher, coach, then assistant principal and athletic director, he’s performed in a wide variety of roles for Ho...
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Preview: Loaded Lineups Face Off Again

Preview: Loaded Lineups Face Off Again
Wednesday, March 9, 2016
Rockford/Sparta enjoyed quite the MHSAA Finals weekend in 2015, claiming the first team championship since 1989, on its home floor, and the Division 1 individual title the following afternoon. With their top gymnasts including that individual champion and another favor...
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Rosman Earns Spot Among Top Hitters

Rosman Earns Spot Among Top Hitters
Friday, January 23, 2015
Kayla Rosman finished her four-year varsity volleyball career this fall having helped Morley-Stanwood to four league and three District titles and the Class C championship as a freshman in 2011, and her play during that run has resulted in a number of listings in t...
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Howell Puts Heart Into Memorial Meet

Howell Puts Heart Into Memorial Meet
Thursday, August 29, 2013
An online tribute to Mackenzie Watts describes how she “made the people and world around her better.” The Howell swimming and diving community continues to work so that her memory makes those who come after her safer as well. Also in this week's "First Pitc...
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Bay City Western Ascends to 1st Final

Bay City Western Ascends to 1st Final
Friday, June 14, 2013
Bay City Western baseball coach Tim McDonald has had enough strong teams over 21 seasons to win 563 games. Thursday night, he talked with his players about separating themselves from those previous teams by taking the program to its first MHSAA Final.
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Finals Preview: Making the Numbers Add Up

Finals Preview: Making the Numbers Add Up
Thursday, June 13, 2013
A few numbers are worth noting heading into MHSAA Baseball Finals weekend at Battle Creek's Bailey Park. Seven of the 16 teams taking the field will be playing for their first championships. But there are plenty of coaches this weekend who know about winning; eight ha...
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D1 Baseball: Pilots Fly High Again

D1 Baseball: Pilots Fly High Again
Friday, June 15, 2012
When Warren DeLaSalle began this season 3-14-1, coach Matt Cook had little choice but to simply look ahead to the next practice, the next game. But he promised the Pilots if they stayed the course, the tough times wouldn’t last forever. Kevin Carroll and his clas...
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Howell Ace Waits Turn, Makes History

Howell Ace Waits Turn, Makes History
Thursday, June 14, 2012
Given Josh Vyletel’s numbers this spring – most notably, his 15-2 record – Howell's senior ace had to have a pretty big junior year as well. But in fact, he threw only seven innings and spent the rest of 2011 cheering on his older teammates.
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