Sportsmanship, SAC

Battle of the Fans III: Vote Now

February 18, 2014

By Geoff Kimmerly
Second Half editor

We visited, we watched, we enjoyed and now we've returned from our five trips to this season's MHSAA Battle of the Fans III finalists. 

And now it's your turn to vote for your favorite in this season's search for Michigan's top high school cheering section. 

Vote today through Thursday on your favorite of these five (enrollments in parentheses) – Beaverton (427), Bridgman (320), Buchanan (465), Frankfort (152) and Traverse City West (1,653) – by liking, sharing and re-tweeting on the MHSAA’s FacebookTwitter and Instagram sites.

But before you do, take a few minutes to watch all five videos and read all five stories behind the section by clicking the links below. 

The contest is sponsored by the MHSAA Student Advisory Council, which will have the final vote on the champion. SAC members will use all resources available to make their decision(s) – including giving significant weight to the public social media vote. Votes will be valued proportionate to the size of the school receiving them (for example, one vote for Class D Frankfort will mean more than one vote for much larger Class A Traverse City West). 

The champion will be announced Friday on Second Half. Video of all five finalists will be compiled and shown on the main scoreboard during the Girls and Boys Basketball Finals in March at Michigan State's Breslin Student Events Center. The winner will be invited to Breslin for the Class C Boys Basketball Semifinals and presented a championship banner at center court. 

And now, the finalists, in alphabetical order:


Read all about it: "Beaverton 'Creatures' Dominate Bleachers"


Read all about it: "Bridgman's 'Orange Crush' Rules the Hive"


Read all about it: "Herd Dat? Buchanan Back for BOTF III"


Read all about it: "Change Does Frankfort's 'Cage' Good"

Traverse City West

Read all about it: "TC West 'Creatures' Of Cheer Habit"

Battle of the Fans III is sponsored in part by the United Dairy Industry of Michigan.