Entries for 'Midland Dow'

Howardsville Star Joins Hoops Legends

Howardsville Star Joins Hoops Legends
Wednesday, July 31, 2019
Dylan Jergens put up numbers this past boys basketball season – and over his four-season career – that may not be matched for many years to come. Find out why and check out more recent record book additions in boys basketball, baseball, girls lacrosse,...
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Long-range Skill Helps P-W Go Distance

Long-range Skill Helps P-W Go Distance
Monday, July 29, 2019
The Pewamo-Westphalia girls basketball team this past winter won its first MHSAA Finals championship, in Division 3, based in part on record book-caliber 3-point shooting. Get the details on the Pirates' achievements and more recent girls basketball record bo...
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Bush Honorees' Impacts Can't Be Missed

Bush Honorees' Impacts Can't Be Missed
Monday, June 24, 2019
Detroit’s Vic Michaels, Novi’s Brian Gordon, Bronson’s Jean LaClair and Portland’s Kevin Veale all have impacted high school students as teachers, coaches and administrators over decades in their respectively communities.
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GP South, Pioneer's Miller Take Back Titles

GP South, Pioneer's Miller Take Back Titles
Saturday, June 1, 2019
After disposing of reigning No. 1 singles champion Tia Mukherjee of Bloomfield Hills in the semifinals Saturday afternoon at the Greater Midland Tennis Center, 2017 champ Kari Miller of Ann Arbor Pioneer had to refocus her energy to take on Lily Jones of Grosse Pointe S...
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Erie-Mason Standout Rules 3-Point Arc

Erie-Mason Standout Rules 3-Point Arc
Monday, April 29, 2019
Joe Liedel brought Erie-Mason to the MHSAA Semifinals for the first time this winter with one of the top 3-point shooting performances in state history. Click to find out about his record book pursuits and to see more recent additions in boys and girls basketball.
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Performance: Midland Dow's Molly Davis

Performance: Midland Dow's Molly Davis
Friday, February 8, 2019
Midland Dow's Molly Davis seemingly couldn’t miss Friday, making 9 of 11 shots from the floor including 6 of 8 from 3-point range for 29 points as Dow “upset” reigning Class A champion and previously undefeated Saginaw Heritage 52-48 on the Hawks&rsquo...
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Sonnenberg Scores With Best in 2 Sports

Sonnenberg Scores With Best in 2 Sports
Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Micah Sonnenberg capped his Brooklyn Columbia Central career this fall with 11 record book listings and as one of the most accomplished scorers in MHSAA boys soccer history. Click for the details and to check out more recent record book additions in boys soccer as well...
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3 Michigan Coaches Earn NFHS Honor

3 Michigan Coaches Earn NFHS Honor
Wednesday, January 16, 2019
Three Michigan high school coaches with long histories of championship success were honored Wednesday with 2018 National Coaches of the Year awards presented by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NHFS) Coaches Association.
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Mort Assists Corunna in Record Run

Mort Assists Corunna in Record Run
Thursday, January 10, 2019
Senior setter Lexi Mort and junior hitter Elizabeth Norris led Corunna’s varsity volleyball team to its first MHSAA Semifinals this fall with record book-caliber contributions. Click below to find out more and see other recent record book addi...
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'Outside Shot' Becomes Adams' Historic Win

'Outside Shot' Becomes Adams' Historic Win
Saturday, November 17, 2018
In his more than two decades as the face of the Rochester Adams swimming & diving program, Tim Hickey has seen his share of great swimmers in his school’s pool, including former Olympian Peter Vanderkaay.  But Vanderkaay and those other standout swimmers...
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Dow's Newman Right at Home in Water

Dow's Newman Right at Home in Water
Wednesday, August 29, 2018
Claire Newman described her younger self as “a complete amphibian,” and not much has changed as she goes through her teenage years. “I’ve just always felt at home in the water,” the Midland Dow junior said. “It helps me work out my s...
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Redemption Reigns for D1 Champions

Redemption Reigns for D1 Champions
Saturday, June 2, 2018
Bloomfield Hills junior Tia Mukherjee got redemption, while the Northville girls tennis team eked out another title Saturday at the Lower Peninsula Division 1 Finals at the Greater Midland Tennis Center. Mukherjee dominated for a 6-0, 6-0 win over Northville senior Sha...
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Preview: Lineup Packed with Powers

Preview: Lineup Packed with Powers
Thursday, May 31, 2018
A number of familiar faces will return to the Lower Peninsula Girls Tennis Finals this weekend – and the frequent contenders are expected to battle again in three of four divisions.  But a pair of hopefuls are looking to join the powers with their first MHSA...
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P-W, Spitzley Shine with Record Range

P-W, Spitzley Shine with Record Range
Tuesday, May 22, 2018
Three-point shooting played a big part in Pewamo-Westphalia’s run to the Class C Girls Basketball Semifinals this winter, led by senior guard Emily Spitzley. Check out where she and her team rank in the MHSAA girls basketball record book, plus more rece...
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Cepo Sets Up Teammates at Record Pace

Cepo Sets Up Teammates at Record Pace
Wednesday, April 11, 2018
For the second straight season this past fall, Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central sophomore Zachary Cepo tallied 48 assists – tying the MHSAA record he set in 2016 as a freshman. He’s also put together a career-full of assists – with two more y...
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Scholars & Athletes 2018: Class A

Scholars & Athletes 2018: Class A
Tuesday, February 20, 2018
The MHSAA has selected 14 student-athletes from Class A member schools to receive scholarships through the MHSAA/Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete Award program. Each of the scholarship recipients will be honored at a halftime ceremony during the Class C Boys Baske...
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Preview: Anticipating a Few New Orders

Preview: Anticipating a Few New Orders
Thursday, November 16, 2017
A change in division by one state power could change things up significantly at two of this weekend’s Lower Peninsula Girls Swimming & Diving Finals. Regular favorites are expected to contend again in Division 1 after Rockford emerged to claim its first title...
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Preview: Finals Filled with Opportunity

Preview: Finals Filled with Opportunity
Thursday, October 19, 2017
Five of 12 teams occupying top-three spots in this week’s Michigan Interscholastic Golf Coaches Association state polls have never won an MHSAA championship. That fact alone sets this up to be a weekend of change. But there are other factors to consider heading i...
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D1 Powers Share Title, Frosh Phenom Rises

D1 Powers Share Title, Frosh Phenom Rises
Saturday, June 3, 2017
Ann Arbor Pioneer coach Tom Pullen has watched his participation numbers decline for girls tennis, but he knew he had a great player coming this year in freshman Kari Miller. The 15-year-old comes from great bloodlines, and as the top seed proved she was up to the chal...
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Preview: Serving Up Intriguing Scenarios

Preview: Serving Up Intriguing Scenarios
Thursday, June 1, 2017
Michigan’s powerhouse girls tennis programs tend to annually contend for MHSAA championships, and this weekend’s four Lower Peninsula Finals should stay true to that pattern. But a couple of possibilities could bring added intrigue to the mix of often-predi...
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