Entries for 'Mount Pleasant'

SBP Excellence Awards Accepting Entries

SBP Excellence Awards Accepting Entries
Wednesday, January 17, 2018
Applications are being accepted for the MHSAA’s fifth annual SBP Excellence Awards, which recognize the efforts of member schools participating in the School Broadcast Program for content produced during the 2017-18 school year.
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Oilers' Carson Continues Record Climb

Oilers' Carson Continues Record Climb
Monday, August 8, 2016
Arguably the top sophomore in the state this spring, Mount Pleasant’s Hannah Carson continued to build toward a record-setting career with one of the most impressive seasons in the state for a player of any class. Click below to see where she and other ...
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Video 2/10/16: Girls, Boys Basketball

Video 2/10/16: Girls, Boys Basketball
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
This week's MHSAA.tv highlights package includes clips from the Coopersville/Comstock Park girls and Athens/Concord and St. Johns/Mount Pleasant boys basketball games.
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Neighbors Rally, Revive 'Community' Stadium

Neighbors Rally, Revive 'Community' Stadium
Tuesday, September 1, 2015
Josh Wheaton stood admiring the Community Memorial Stadium grass a little less than a year ago, and he knew what was coming next – a trampled field that would turn to mud by October. But less than a year later, as Mount Pleasant's football team prepared for its ...
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Addison Slugger Ties Home Run Record

Addison Slugger Ties Home Run Record
Monday, August 24, 2015
Erika Underwood finished a four-season career at Addison this spring that placed her among the MHSAA’s high achievers in a number of statistical categories – and tops in one of the most notable. Find out more about her accomplishments and the rest of t...
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St. Mary's Sinks Reigning Champ in D2

St. Mary's Sinks Reigning Champ in D2
Sunday, June 14, 2015
None of the players on the Orchard Lake St. Mary’s roster had ever been on a Regional championship baseball team.  Most every starter returned this spring for Mount Pleasant, the defending Division 2 champion.
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Highlight Reel: Division 1-2 Baseball Semifinals

Highlight Reel: Division 1-2 Baseball Semifinals
Friday, June 12, 2015
The first sessions of MHSAA Baseball Semifinals were played Thursday at McLane Stadium at Michigan State University. Hartland and Portage Northern in Division 1 and Mount Pleasant and Orchard Lake St. Mary’s in Division 2 advanced to Saturday’s championship ...
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Little Brother Takes Turn as Semis Star

Little Brother Takes Turn as Semis Star
Thursday, June 11, 2015
A year ago, Logan Buczkowski watched as his brother, Hunter, pitched Mount Pleasant to victory in the MHSAA Division 2 Baseball Semifinals. On Friday, it was Logan’s turn to propel the Oilers into the championship game, and he did it with six shutout innings as ...
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Preview: New Champ (at least 1) Guaranteed

Preview: New Champ (at least 1) Guaranteed
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
This weekend’s MHSAA Baseball Finals at Michigan State University’s McLane Stadium are guaranteed to provide at least a few first-time thrills. Of 16 teams playing in Semifinals starting Thursday, 11 have never played in an MHSAA baseball championship game...
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Oilers Add to Decade of Dominance

Oilers Add to Decade of Dominance
Saturday, June 14, 2014
Aaron Leasher didn’t need a whole lot of run support. Still, it was a nice luxury to have as the senior left-hander tossed a four-hitter Saturday in leading Mount Pleasant to a 7-2 win over Richmond in the MHSAA Division 2 Final at McLane Baseball Stadium on the...
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D2 Semis: Finals Veterans Book Return

D2 Semis: Finals Veterans Book Return
Thursday, June 12, 2014
Dillon McInerney delivered at the plate for Richmond on Thursday. On Saturday, it may be his arm that helps bring the Blue Devils an MHSAA Division 2 championship. A strong pitching performance from Mount Pleasant's Hunter Buczkowski lined the Oilers up to be Richmond'...
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Preview: Hopefuls Head to McLane

Preview: Hopefuls Head to McLane
Wednesday, June 11, 2014
Michigan State University’s McLane Baseball Stadium will host its first MHSAA Baseball Finals this weekend, and in doing so welcome two reigning champions and two more teams that finished runners-up a year ago. Bay City Western is back in the Division 1 Semifinal...
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Muskegon Makes Return to Semis Count

Muskegon Makes Return to Semis Count
Friday, March 21, 2014
Muskegon High School has waited a long time for this. And after waiting one more year than they'd hoped, the Big Reds finally have earned the opportunity to play for their first MHSAA boys basketball title since 1937.
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Breslin Bound: Boys A-B Semis Preview

Breslin Bound: Boys A-B Semis Preview
Wednesday, March 19, 2014
Winning an MHSAA championship Saturday will be thrilling enough for whichever teams emerge from eight Class A and B semifinalists heading to the Breslin Center on Friday.  But the two that finish this weekend as champions will be able to celebrate some additional ...
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Football Playoffs: Finals in Review

Football Playoffs: Finals in Review
Tuesday, November 29, 2011
Game over. But what a way to finish. How should we end a four-month MHSAA football season? With 26 hours worth of Finals over the course of two days, viewable from the comfy confines of Detroit's Ford Field. Following are my final takes from our Finals weekend.
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Division 3 Final: Eaglets Fly Again

Division 3 Final: Eaglets Fly Again
Saturday, November 26, 2011
The final night of September was cold, wet and especially disappointing for Flint Powers Catholic. Chargers coach Bob Buckel sensed that frustration as the bus rolled to to a stop after 6-0 loss and then silent ride home from Davison. Powers already was 2-3 heading int...
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Final Countdown

Final Countdown
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
Ford Field, here we come. The 37th MHSAA Football Finals need little more introduction than that. Over nearly four months, more than 600 teams were boiled down to 256, with that field then cut in half every week for a month as a fortunate few continued on in hopes o...
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