Entries for 'Plymouth'

Preview: Champs Return as Favorites

Preview: Champs Return as Favorites
Thursday, October 17, 2019
The champs are here. But will they reign again? All four MHSAA Lower Peninsula Girls Golf Finals this weekend will welcome back last season’s champions – and all four of those teams also happen to be ranked No. 1 in their respective divisions by the Michiga...
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New Novi Champion Goes Even Bigger

New Novi Champion Goes Even Bigger
Saturday, June 15, 2019
Scoring goals in a championship game is never easy. But Novi sure made it look that way in Saturday’s Division 1 title game at DeMartin Stadium. The Wildcats had four players score at least once – including senior Jessie Bandyk, who netted two – and c...
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Preview: How Will These Stories End?

Preview: How Will These Stories End?
Thursday, June 13, 2019
While it’s convenient when previewing a Finals series to find a common theme bonding all four games, sometimes that’s just not possible.  Sometimes, like this weekend, the stories are unrelated – but all worth the price of admission.
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Young to Lead BCAM's Next Generation

Young to Lead BCAM's Next Generation
Friday, November 30, 2018
The Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan recently celebrated its 42nd year – and starting Jan. 1, BCAM will welcome just its fourth executive director. Tom Hursey, 74, will step down as executive director and hand the gavel over to Dan Young, Hursey&rs...
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Plymouth Wins 1st Title, Foster Wins 2nd

Plymouth Wins 1st Title, Foster Wins 2nd
Saturday, November 3, 2018
Carter Solomon doesn’t mind losing a cross country race. For the Plymouth junior, it’s all about the competition. He got plenty in the form of Ann Arbor Pioneer senior Nick Foster, but Solomon got the victory he really wanted by leading Plymouth to its firs...
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Preview: Forecast Calls for Historic Wins

Preview: Forecast Calls for Historic Wins
Thursday, November 1, 2018
Team and individual history is waiting to be made at Saturday’s Lower Peninsula Boys Cross Country Finals at Michigan International Speedway. A year ago, the final state rankings predicted all four champions – and if they’re accurate again, Plymouth w...
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Northville, West's Dy Cap Remarkable Runs

Northville, West's Dy Cap Remarkable Runs
Saturday, October 20, 2018
Mother Nature kept extending the illustrious high school golf career of Traverse City West’s Anika Dy on Saturday. But all good things must come to an end.
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New Football Coaches Rise for PCCP Schools

New Football Coaches Rise for PCCP Schools
Thursday, August 30, 2018
Athletically, the Plymouth-Canton Community School system is like no other. Canton, Plymouth and Salem are the three high schools and all equally share student-athletes, who are randomly assigned to one of the three high schools in seventh grade. This football season t...
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Pioneer Closes Finals with D1 Sweep

Pioneer Closes Finals with D1 Sweep
Saturday, November 4, 2017
On top of the normal pressure of racing in the MHSAA Cross Country Finals, runners in the boys Division 1 meet Saturday had to wait through two weather delays before taking the course at Michigan International Speedway. Every team and every runner had different ways of...
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Preview: Favorites Poised to Blaze Paths

Preview: Favorites Poised to Blaze Paths
Thursday, November 2, 2017
If the projections are correct, two Michigan high school boys cross country teams will be celebrating MHSAA championships for the first time this weekend. Chelsea and Hanover-Horton are the top-ranked teams in their divisions, and both are seeking to win Finals titles ...
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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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St. Mary's Star Finds Net at Record Pace

St. Mary's Star Finds Net at Record Pace
Wednesday, June 3, 2015
A player must score at least seven goals in a game to make the MHSAA records listing for boys lacrosse. Colin Theisen did so six times this spring – and took over the top spot on the season scoring list as well with 102 goals total. Click below to read ...
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Class of '17 SAC Members Announced

Class of '17 SAC Members Announced
Friday, May 1, 2015
Eight student-athletes who will be juniors at their schools during the 2015-16 academic year have been selected to serve two-year terms on the Michigan High School Athletic Association’s Student Advisory Council.
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Preview: Field Full of Contenders

Preview: Field Full of Contenders
Wednesday, March 11, 2015
The Canton gymnastics team truly was a feel-good story in 2014 as it claimed its first MHSAA championship after three straight runner-up finishes, while ending Grand Ledge’s run of six straight titles. The Chiefs are a likely favorite again Friday at Rockford Hig...
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D1 Preview: Davison Seeks Return to Top

D1 Preview: Davison Seeks Return to Top
Thursday, February 20, 2014
Davison is arguably the most storied wrestling program in MHSAA history. And for seven seasons, the Cardinals have looked to add another championship chapter. This weekend at Kellogg Arena, they are favored to win their first Division 1 title since finishing a st...
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Plymouth Emerges as Repeat D1 Champ

Plymouth Emerges as Repeat D1 Champ
Saturday, October 19, 2013
If it’s possible for a defending MHSAA champion to lay in the weeds, the Plymouth High School girls golf team pulled it off this weekend. Some early-season struggles might have kept the Wildcats out of the discussion of title contenders. But when the time came, P...
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Preview: One More Swing at History

Preview: One More Swing at History
Thursday, October 17, 2013
A year ago, many eyes turned to the MHSAA Lower Peninsula Division 2 Final as Muskegon Mona Shores completed a quest to become the first in LP history to win four straight team championships. And many will be watching Division 2 again this weekend as a standout individu...
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Close Call Falls B.C. Lakeview's Way

Close Call Falls B.C. Lakeview's Way
Saturday, June 15, 2013
As the scores were being posted at Saturday’s MHSAA Lower Peninsula Division 1 Boys Golf Final, a familiar, painful and sinking feeling came over senior Matt Garland and his Battle Creek Lakeview teammates. "We can’t lose by one stroke again – that&r...
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Murphy Closes Championship Career

Murphy Closes Championship Career
Wednesday, October 31, 2012
The hardest-working athlete Dan Young has coached stuck around long after practices ended, perfecting shots often by the light of nearby street lamps. The player was motivated by the chance to win the school’s first girls championship, and an individual title to...
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Plymouth Celebrates School's First Girls Title

Plymouth Celebrates School's First Girls Title
Sunday, October 21, 2012
Kelsey Murphy knew Saturday afternoon who she’d call first after the MHSAA Lower Peninsula Division 1 Final – her grandmother Erma Murphy, who introduced her to golf when she was 12. The Plymouth senior just wasn’t sure which bit of history-making ne...
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