Baker Gives LCS Star Power in Multiple Roles

Baker Gives LCS Star Power in Multiple Roles
Friday, August 16, 2019
It’s hard to figure out Adam Baker’s best position. The Adrian Lenawee Christian senior made The Associated Press all-state football squad as a sophomore and junior as a defensive back, but his best position probably is quarterback. If the Cougars are to ma...
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Mruzik Set for Season of Opportunities

Mruzik Set for Season of Opportunities
Thursday, August 15, 2019
Like a lot of seniors, Jess Mruzik of Farmington Hills Mercy will enjoy a lot of perks that come with the final year of high school. The first such perk will be that she will get to miss almost three weeks from late August to mid-September.
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Freeland Girls Realizing Fast-Pace Potential

Freeland Girls Realizing Fast-Pace Potential
Wednesday, August 14, 2019
Runners on the Freeland girls cross country team had no idea how good they could be a year ago, mainly because most of them were entering their first year in the program. Two of the Falcons’ newly formed top seven – Kiera and Peyton Hansen – had just ...
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Schmitt Happily Home as St Johns Coach

Schmitt Happily Home as St Johns Coach
Tuesday, August 13, 2019
The 50 or so students chanting “Schmitt! Schmitt! Schmitt!” during the earliest minutes of Monday morning know him mostly as a high school math teacher. Which makes sense – the oldest probably had just turned 3 when Schmitt was locking down his local ...
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Trenton Pair Scores Record Book Fame

Trenton Pair Scores Record Book Fame
Friday, August 9, 2019
McKenna Mahoney and Makenna Mascaro drove Trenton to the Division 2 Regional Finals in 2018, with a half-dozen reminders of that successful run now part of the MHSAA record book – including a listing for the best offensive season all-time. Click for details and t...
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#TBT: Anchor Brings Calumet Back

#TBT: Anchor Brings Calumet Back
Thursday, August 8, 2019
As we prepare to begin another school year with the first practices for fall sports next week, let’s throw back to an incredible finish from the 2015 Upper Peninsula Division 1 Girls Track & Field Finals. Then-senior Chelsea Jacques contributed to four first ...
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Changes Accompany Start of Fall Practice

Changes Accompany Start of Fall Practice
Thursday, August 8, 2019
An assortment of game rules, preseason policy and postseason tournament changes will greet more than 100,000 high school student-athletes as 2019-20 Fall practices begin next week for nine sports for which the MHSAA sponsors postseason tournaments.
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Soccer, Hoops Next to Seed Using MPR

Soccer, Hoops Next to Seed Using MPR
Tuesday, August 6, 2019
As the topic of seeding for MHSAA Tournaments continues to swirl in the air of numerous committee meetings on an annual basis, one of the primary concerns continues to focus on the simple question: “How?” The MHSAA for years has been working behind the scen...
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Athletes: Get Ready to Beat the Heat

Athletes: Get Ready to Beat the Heat
Friday, August 2, 2019
While this summer may have seemed to arrive late in many parts of Michigan, the warm and sunny weather over these last few weeks has provided another reminder that student-athletes must prepare for training in hot weather that traditionally accompanies the beginning of ...
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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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Pay-to-Play Use Hovers at 50 percent

Pay-to-Play Use Hovers at 50 percent
Tuesday, July 30, 2019
Half of MHSAA member high schools continued to assess sports participation fees during the 2018-19 school year, according to a survey that has measured the prevalence of charging students to help fund interscholastic athletics annually over the last 15 years.
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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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Brush Up on the New Transfer Rule

Brush Up on the New Transfer Rule
Monday, July 22, 2019
Eligibility under the new “sport-specific” transfer rule begins this coming fall after circulating extensively for nearly one school year. Unless one of the stated 15 exceptions is met, participation during the 2018-19 school year determines eligibility for...
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West Michigan Stars Set High Bars

West Michigan Stars Set High Bars
Thursday, July 18, 2019
The Grand Rapids area was loaded with star senior girls lacrosse players this spring, with Ada Forest Hills Eastern’s Erin Kloostra and Grand Rapids Christian’s Kate DeYoung among those closing impressive careers. Click below to learn about their accomplish...
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Participation Remains Steady in 2018-19

Participation Remains Steady in 2018-19
Thursday, July 18, 2019
MHSAA member schools continued to experience a decade-long decline in enrollment in 2018-19, and participation across 28 sports for which the MHSAA sponsors postseason tournaments also decreased slightly. However, while the drop in enrollment was 1.28 percent from the p...
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NFHS Introduces Updated Logo

NFHS Introduces Updated Logo
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
As the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) heads into the next 100 years of leading high school sports and other activity programs nationwide, it will be doing so with a new logo.
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Cass City Ace Fires to Near Perfection

Cass City Ace Fires to Near Perfection
Wednesday, July 17, 2019
Cass City junior Kendall Anthes helped his baseball team to a 25-3 record this spring, in the process turning in one of the most impressive single-season pitching performances in MHSAA history. Click below to check out his three new record book entries and se...
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Orchard View Sluggers Continue Climb

Orchard View Sluggers Continue Climb
Tuesday, July 16, 2019
A pair of Muskegon Orchard View softball standouts are climbing MHSAA record book career lists with one more season to play. Find out more about Halee Holman and Cassidee White's impressive runs as they top our most recent report of record book editions in their sport.
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Where Everyone Knows Your Name

Where Everyone Knows Your Name
Friday, July 12, 2019
This year's MHSAA Ice Hockey Tournament attracted more than 40,000 spectators from the time the first pucks dropped Feb. 25, including a three-year high of more than 6,000 across 12 Quarterfinal sites.  More than 200 schools and 3,000 participants combined to make...
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Title Time Differs Among Hockey States

Title Time Differs Among Hockey States
Thursday, July 11, 2019
Next season’s three-week playoff format for the MHSAA Ice Hockey Tournament will fall more closely in line with similar postseasons for state associations around the country which sponsor the sport. According to 2017-18 National Federation of State High School As...
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