Entries for 'Ypsilanti'

Old 5-A League Fueled Wrestling's Rise

Old 5-A League Fueled Wrestling's Rise
Monday, June 29, 2020
For all intents and purposes, the earliest days of the MHSAA wrestling state championships served as a glorified meet for the members of the 5-A Conference.  Greater Lansing established a stronghold on the sport that would last those first 13 years.
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1970s Pioneers Took 1st Track Strides

1970s Pioneers Took 1st Track Strides
Tuesday, May 16, 2017
Sue Latter-Addison was a 16-year old junior at Clarkston High School in January 1973 when the 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a 1972 ruling that allowed girls to compete in varsity, non-contact sports with boys in Michigan. Since her high school didn&rsquo...
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Huron's Davis Goes 'Beyond' as Leader

Huron's Davis Goes 'Beyond' as Leader
Wednesday, March 8, 2017
On first glance, the word “beyond” seems an imaginative way to describe a favorite colleague.  But providing context, Ann Arbor Pioneer assistant principal Jason Skiba may have found the ideal word to describe Ann Arbor Huron assistant principal and at...
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#TBT: Before They Were Olympians

#TBT: Before They Were Olympians
Thursday, August 25, 2016
Michigan athletes enjoyed another banner showing at the Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro that wrapped up Sunday.  We cheered for them all – but paid special attention to a handful who previously competed in MHSAA sports before achieving more at the internat...
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Lessons Passed Down the Coaching Tree

Lessons Passed Down the Coaching Tree
Thursday, July 18, 2013
Lessons, like legends, are meant to be passed from generation to generation. And just as parents hand them down to their children who then do the same, coaches teach athletes the best of what they learned as athletes themselves. Some of those athletes then become co...
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