Moment: Sayen Sprints to Title Sweep

Moment: Sayen Sprints to Title Sweep
Friday, April 24, 2020
Clayton Sayen won the maximum number of MHSAA championships possible for a Michigan high school runner during the 2017-18 school year. After claiming the Upper Peninsula Division 1 cross country title in the fall, Sayen capped his Houghton career by becoming the most r...
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Moment: Michell Comes Back to Win 4 Again

Moment: Michell Comes Back to Win 4 Again
Thursday, April 23, 2020
Only 12 athletes in MHSAA history have won four individual events at a Track & Field Finals. This week we'll recall three, starting with one of only three to achieve the rare accomplishment twice.
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Moment: GPS, Meier Earn National Acclaim

Moment: GPS, Meier Earn National Acclaim
Wednesday, April 22, 2020
We’re missing spring sports big time. So we’re kicking off our next string of #MHSAAMoments with one of the most big-time performances in state track & field history. Grosse Pointe South’s girls dominated during the start of last decade, claiming ...
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Moment: Powers Avenges 1999 Defeat

Moment: Powers Avenges 1999 Defeat
Tuesday, April 21, 2020
After being stung by Detroit Country Day’s fourth-quarter comeback and buzzer-beating game winner in the 1999 Class B Final, the Flint Powers Catholic girls basketball team would not offer an opportunity for the same dramatic ending in the teams’ 2000 rematc...
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Moment: Wilburn Winner Caps Comeback

Moment: Wilburn Winner Caps Comeback
Monday, April 20, 2020
The 1999 Class B championship game clash of Detroit Country Day and Flint Powers Catholic finished with one of the most memorable game-winning shots in Michigan high school girls basketball history – and started a string of three straight MHSAA Finals matchups bet...
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FOX Sports Detroit To Show 2018 Hoops

FOX Sports Detroit To Show 2018 Hoops
Monday, April 20, 2020
FOX Sports Detroit this week will reair the championship games of the 2018 MHSAA Boys & Girls Basketball Tournaments, presented by Sparrow Health System. 
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2020-21 Classifications Announced

2020-21 Classifications Announced
Monday, April 20, 2020
Classifications for MHSAA elections and postseason tournaments for the 2020-21 school year have been announced – including football divisions determined preseason for the first time since 1998 – and with enrollment breaks for postseason tournaments posted to...
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Moment: Future Pro Stars Clash in Class A

Moment: Future Pro Stars Clash in Class A
Sunday, April 19, 2020
The 1958 Class A Boys Basketball Final pitting Detroit Austin and Benton Harbor has been considered among the classic MHSAA Tournament games of the 20th century. The matchup featured two of the state’s all-time great prep players, Austin senior Dave DeBusschere a...
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Moment: Rouge Ends '60s with 6 Titles

Moment: Rouge Ends '60s with 6 Titles
Saturday, April 18, 2020
After three years without a championship, River Rouge returned to the Class B Final in 1969 and won its sixth title of the 1960s by defeating Kalamazoo Hackett 83-50. The Panthers finished 25-2 for the season, and the championship began another string of four straight ...
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Moment: Rouge Runs Title Streak to 5

Moment: Rouge Runs Title Streak to 5
Friday, April 17, 2020
After setting the Lower Peninsula record the season before, River Rouge completed the streak that remains the standard for boys basketball programs with a fifth-straight MHSAA Finals title in 1965. The Panthers won Class B for the fifth-consecutive season by downing So...
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Moment: Rouge, Betts Win 4th Straight

Moment: Rouge, Betts Win 4th Straight
Thursday, April 16, 2020
Willie Betts remains the only athlete in Michigan high school history to play on four MHSAA championship basketball teams, a feat he completed as part of River Rouge's fourth-straight Class B title winner in 1964. This time, Betts helped the Panthers to an 86-67 win ov...
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Holland Sophomore Honored for Courage

Holland Sophomore Honored for Courage
Wednesday, April 15, 2020
What LayRay Paw has experienced and overcome during her still-young life is likely unimaginable for most she encounters on the basketball court. The Holland High sophomore and her siblings were forced to navigate a refugee camp in Thailand and the deaths of their ...
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Bates Becomes 1st Sophomore POY

Bates Becomes 1st Sophomore POY
Wednesday, April 15, 2020
Ypsilanti Lincoln standout Emoni Bates has been named Gatorade’s national boys basketball “Player of the Year” – becoming the first sophomore to win the national award. Bates earlier was named the Michigan award winner for the second time. 
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Moment: Rouge Holds Off Unity Challenge

Moment: Rouge Holds Off Unity Challenge
Wednesday, April 15, 2020
We continue with our third day of "Rouge Week" with River Rouge's third-straight Class B championship during the 1960s, clinched with a 59-49 victory over Hudsonville Unity Christian in the Final. Unity, ranked just behind the Panthers at No. 2 in Class B heading into ...
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Moment: Wilburn Becomes Legend in '62

Moment: Wilburn Becomes Legend in '62
Tuesday, April 14, 2020
Ken Wilburn solidified his legend status in leading River Rouge to a repeat Class B boys basketball championship in 1962, playing what legendary coach Lofton Greene called after Wilburn's "best game ever today." The 6-foot-5 senior forward had 26 points, 15 rebounds an...
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Moment: 1961 Team Tips Off "Rouge Week'

Moment: 1961 Team Tips Off "Rouge Week'
Monday, April 13, 2020
Nearly 70 years after its first championship, the River Rouge boys basketball program remains the standard at the Finals level of its sport with 20 appearances in MHSAA championship games and 14 titles. From 1960-69, Rouge appeared in Finals seven times and won six cha...
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Moment: 109 Minutes, 8 OT, 2 Champions

Moment: 109 Minutes, 8 OT, 2 Champions
Sunday, April 12, 2020
Not before 2008 nor since has an MHSAA Hockey Final finished in a tie. But on March 8, 2008, Marquette and Orchard Lake St. Mary's played eight overtimes and 109 minutes before a tie and co-champions were announced in the Division 2 title game.
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NFHS Voice: Good Time to Appreciate Officials

NFHS Voice: Good Time to Appreciate Officials
Sunday, April 12, 2020
During this shutdown of normal life in our nation, we are learning to deal with a new challenge – how to handle the unexpected time on our hands at home. Simply keeping up with the days of the week is a major accomplishment!
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Moment: Heritage Soars to 1st Final

Moment: Heritage Soars to 1st Final
Saturday, April 11, 2020
Saginaw Heritage has ascended to the ranks of the state’s high school hockey elite these last few seasons. And it’s fair to say Matte Cole scored one of the defining goals of that rise. Cole actually tallied two goals during the Hawks’ 3-2 overtime wi...
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Moment: Pendery Caps GRCC Comeback

Moment: Pendery Caps GRCC Comeback
Friday, April 10, 2020
When Jack Pendery scored 5 minutes and 25 seconds into overtime on March 11, 2016, he finished Grand Rapids Catholic Central’s comeback from a two-goal deficit and sent the Eagles to the Division 3 hockey championship game with a 3-2 win over Chelsea. The Bulldog...
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