Advisory Council Names Class Of '22

Advisory Council Names Class Of '22
Monday, May 11, 2020
Eight student-athletes who will be juniors at their schools during the 2020-21 academic year have been selected to serve two-year terms on the MHSAA’s Student Advisory Council. 
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Moment: Tennis Powers Begin Surges

Moment: Tennis Powers Begin Surges
Sunday, May 10, 2020
Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice, Midland Dow, Detroit Country Day and Ann Arbor Greenhills concluded the first decade of the 2000s with Lower Peninsula boys tennis championships. They also gave previews of a successful decade the come.
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Moment: OT Winner Makes Marian History

Moment: OT Winner Makes Marian History
Saturday, May 9, 2020
Bloomfield Hills Marian entered the 2019 Girls Soccer Finals with the third-most championships in the sport in MHSAA history, and seeking to become the seventh program to win three in a row. A familiar opponent awaited. And eventually so too did sophomore Maria Askouni...
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NFHS Voice: Nationally, Lost Spring Ends

NFHS Voice: Nationally, Lost Spring Ends
Friday, May 8, 2020
On Monday, the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association became the 51st and final NFHS member state high school association to cancel its spring sports championships due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
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Moment: Novi's Fenchel Finds Way

Moment: Novi's Fenchel Finds Way
Friday, May 8, 2020
Through the first six games and 76 more minutes of the 2018 Division 1 Girls Soccer Tournament, Grand Blanc hadn’t given up a goal. But with the championship game rolling toward the end of regulation, Avery Fenchel capitalized on a rare opportunity.
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Rep Council Wrap-up: Spring 2020

Rep Council Wrap-up: Spring 2020
Friday, May 8, 2020
The addition of seeding at the Regional level in ice hockey and adjustments to provide byes for top-seeded teams in basketball and soccer were among the most notable actions taken by the MHSAA Representative Council during its annual Spring Meeting on May 4.
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Moment: VanDyke Wins Race to End Title Chase

Moment: VanDyke Wins Race to End Title Chase
Thursday, May 7, 2020
Maddy VanDyke already was known to be one of the state’s top soccer players – after graduating from Hudsonville Unity Christian, she went on to start most of four seasons for Michigan State. But she also showed at the end of her last MHSAA Final to be quite...
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Moment: Foley Title Count Reaches Dozen

Moment: Foley Title Count Reaches Dozen
Wednesday, May 6, 2020
Madison Heights Bishop Foley owns MHSAA girls soccer records with 17 Finals appearances and 12 championships. The Ventures’ most recent in both categories came down to the final minutes and a memorable “moment” supplied by their skillful star forward.
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Put a Stop to Recurring Injuries

Put a Stop to Recurring Injuries
Tuesday, May 5, 2020
Recurring injuries happen — and they're especially common among single-sport athletes or people who focus on one type of exercise, like runners.  The reason: You're working the same muscles repeatedly. The end result: Your joints, muscles and tissues get wor...
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Moment: Central Wins Big for West Michigan

Moment: Central Wins Big for West Michigan
Tuesday, May 5, 2020
Winning the 2009 Division 1 championship was a major accomplishment – of course – for the Portage Central girls soccer program. But it made a pretty loud statement as well for all of girls soccer on the west side of the state.
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Moment: Winner Adds to Heyboer Legend

Moment: Winner Adds to Heyboer Legend
Monday, May 4, 2020
We kick off our girls soccer week of #MHSAA Moments with one of the brightest stars in MHSAA history. Laura Heyboer graduated from Hudsonville Unity Christian in 2008 with 167 goals, and she remains tied for sixth-most over a career all-time. Certainly, the last she ne...
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Moment: Carey Calls Hillman Tigers' Win

Moment: Carey Calls Hillman Tigers' Win
Sunday, May 3, 2020
Hillman and Athens combined to scatter 15 runs on 18 hits during the 1992 Class D Final, one of the highest-scoring baseball championship games in MHSAA history. And calling them all was a familiar voice that should bring comfort to baseball fans at least 35 and older ...
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NFHS Network Offers Free Download

NFHS Network Offers Free Download
Saturday, May 2, 2020
We’re all missing high school sports, while doing our best to fill the void this spring with memories from seasons past. For a limited time, the NFHS Network is allowing you to download a favorite memory from its vast library – and save it to watch over and ...
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Moment: Homer Walks Off into Final

Moment: Homer Walks Off into Final
Saturday, May 2, 2020
Baseball “Walk-off Week” finishes today with Homer crossing home last spring to set up its first Finals championship on the diamond since 2004. Jacob Wilson’s smash into left field drove in the game-winning run as the Trojans downed Pewamo-Westphalia ...
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Moment: Sophomore Scores for Seniors

Moment: Sophomore Scores for Seniors
Friday, May 1, 2020
Few upperclassmen receive the opportunity to make the memories Luke McLean made as a sophomore on the Rockford baseball team last season. But at the end, he was just hoping to do his part to make more for the seniors who led the Rams to the Division 1 Baseball Semifina...
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Moment: Hartland Wins Marathon Matchup

Moment: Hartland Wins Marathon Matchup
Thursday, April 30, 2020
Hartland and Portage Northern both entered the 2015 Division 1 baseball championship game as frequent contenders, but both pursuing their first Finals title on the diamond. Over the last five seasons, both have gone on to claim what previously had been elusive – ...
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Moment: Decatur Earns Finals Return

Moment: Decatur Earns Finals Return
Wednesday, April 29, 2020
Cory Huston had allowed only one hit, two walks and an unearned run through eight innings of Decatur’s Division 3 Semifinal against Gladstone on June 13, 2014. And in the bottom of that final inning, he did what’s often yelled from baseball dugouts when the...
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Moment: Lake Orion Clinches on Walk-Off

Moment: Lake Orion Clinches on Walk-Off
Tuesday, April 28, 2020
When Nick Dunstan singled up the middle to drive in Joe Barnes in the bottom of the seventh inning of the 2007 Division 1 Final, he sent Lake Orion past Farmington 4-3 to clinch what remains the Dragons’ only MHSAA championship in the sport. That alone makes for ...
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The Last Time MHSAA Finals were Canceled

The Last Time MHSAA Finals were Canceled
Monday, April 27, 2020
A labor shortage caused by World War I had taken out spring high school sports in Michigan in 1917. The global spread of a devastating strain of influenza interrupted the football season in Michigan in 1918. But prep athletics would roar through the 1920s and survi...
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Moment: Fisher Runs into Record Books

Moment: Fisher Runs into Record Books
Monday, April 27, 2020
Grant Fisher had already established himself as one of the state's top high school distance runners of his era when he took the track for his last MHSAA Finals on May 30, 2015. By the end of the day, he'd run into the record books as one of Michigan's fastest all-time.
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