#MHSAAMoments: 2000 Division 1 Football Final
Grand Ledge scored twice during the final minute of the 2000 Division 1 Football Final at the Pontiac Silverdome, coming back to defeat Utica Eisenhower 19-14 for its first MHSAA football championship. Read more about it: https://bit.ly/33HkWEc.
MHSAA.TV Highlights - Week of 9.28.20
This week's highlights package features a football game between Kiingsley and Traverse City St. Francis; and a boys soccer match between Troy Athens and Birmingham Seaholm. To learn more about the School Broadcast Program and Pixellot, the NFHS Network's automated production solution, contact the MHSAA Office.
#MHSAAMoments: 2008 Division 6 Football Final
Cody Kater’s 98-yard touchdown pass to Anthony Root kept Montague charging ahead during the 2008 Division 6 Final at Ford Field, as the Panthers went on to defeat Leslie 41-20. Kater’s toss is the longest pass play in MHSAA Football Finals history. Read more about it: http://ow.ly/vP7u50BGD9u.
MHSAA.TV Highlights - Week of 9.22.20
This week's highlights package features football games between East Lansing vs. River Rouge, and Rochester Adams vs. Birmingham Groves. To learn more about the School Broadcast Program and Pixellot, the NFHS Network's automated production solution, contact the MHSAA Office.
#MHSAAMoments: 2016 Division 3 Football Final
Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Ky’ren Cunningham hauled in an 18-yard touchdown pass with four seconds remaining to put the Eaglets ahead to stay against Muskegon in the 2016 Division 3 11-Player Final at Ford Field. Read more here: http://ow.ly/YYOh50BAuMj.
MHSAA.TV Highlights - Week of 9.15.20
This week's highlights package features a girls volleyball match between Goodrich and Corunna; and a football game between Boyne City and Maple City Glen Lake. To learn more about the School Broadcast Program and Pixellot, the NFHS Network's automated production solution, contact the MHSAA Office.
#MHSAAMoments: 1991 Class CC Football Final
Only one player in MHSAA Football Finals history has scored a 100-yard touchdown. Jason Livengood's scoring interception return from his own end zone in 1991 gave Battle Creek Pennfield a major boost on the way to a 14-8 Class CC championship game victory over Negaunee at the Pontiac Silverdome. Read more about it: http://ow.ly/HDPl50BtVYw.
MHSAA.TV Highlights - Week of 9.8.20
This week's highlights package features a boys soccer match between St. Johns and Eaton Rapids; and a volleyball showdown between Lowell and Lakewood Lake Odessa. To learn more about the School Broadcast Program and Pixellot, the NFHS Network's automated production solution, contact the MHSAA Office.
MHSAA It's Your Call - Corner Kick
This week’s clip involves a trick play by the team in red. On this corner kick, players of the red team begin running out of play and around the back of the net. Then, one of those players reenters the field just as the corner kick is made, heading the ball into the net. Does the goal count? What’s the call?
Statement on 2020 Football Postponement by MHSAA Executive Director Mark Uyl
The Michigan High School Athletic Associations postponed the 2020 football season to Spring 2021 on Aug 14, 2020, to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. MHSAA Executive Director Mark Uyl shares his thoughts on the postponement and move to play in the spring.
1993 Class C Final – Southgate Aquinas v. Pewamo-Westphalia
MHSAA Championship Network/Palace Television Production. Tim Staudt, Greg Kelser, Rick Berkey, Marshall Thomas and Mickey York cover the action. Jon Garavaglia grabbed 13 rebounds and scored 15 points, as Southgate Aquinas downed Pewamo-Westphalia, 50- 44, for Class C honors. The win negated an outstanding performance by P-W's Steve Ecklund. The 6-4 senior guard knocked down four buckets from three-point range and finished with 25 points to lead all scorers. Trailing by 11 with 2:25 to play, the Pirates fouled in an attempt to get back in the game. Aquinas missed the front end of five one-and-one free throw opportunities, allowing P-W to pull within four points with 15.9 seconds to play before running out of steam.
1993 Class D Final – Grand Rapids Covenant Christian v. Muskegon Western Michigan Christian
MHSAA Championship Network/Palace Television Production. Ray Lane, John Spooner, Rick Berkey and Marshall Thomas bring you the action. Despite being held to a season low offensively, Grand Rapids Covenant Christian capped a perfect season with a 53-42 win over reigning Class D champion Muskegon West Michigan Christian. All state center Dave Meulenberg led the Chargers with 16 points, while Ryan Arkema topped West Michigan Christian with 16 and a game-high 12 rebounds. It was the seventh loss on the year for the Warriors, three of which came at the hands of Covenant Christian.
2020 MHSAA Officials Awards Program
The MHSAA's Officials Awards & Alumni Banquet takes place in early May each year. However, due to the COVID-19 situation, the banquet could not take place. This video celebrates those officials with 20, 30, 40, 45 and 50 years of service to school sports; and announces the recipients of the Legacy Scholarship and the Vern E. Norris Award. (21 Min.)
1957 Class D Final - Chassell v. Stevensville
Transfer from 16mm film. No sound. U.P. Class D powerhouse Chassell notched its 39th consecutive victory with a 58-50 win over Stevensville. Tom Peters scored five from the field, and 10 of 16 free throws for a game high 20 points. The Panthers’ streak of wins, which began on February 1, 1956, would extend through three MHSAA basketball tournaments before ending with a 38-36 loss to the Ewen Bulldogs i n the opening contest of the 1958-59 season. The total of 65 consecutive victories was a state record until Powers North Central broke it in 2017.
1958 Class D Final - Chassell v. Owosso St. Paul
Transfer from 16mm film. No sound. Chassell notched its third consecutive Class D crown, and its 65th straight win, with a 66-61 defeat of Owosso St. Paul. The Blue Wave rallied to within three points, 62-59, before Chassell's Don Mattson fed a perfect pass to teammate Ken Tormala, who converted. Alden Tormala increased the lead to seven points with another bucket, ending St. Paul's chances. Mattson ended with 27 points - a Class D Finals game record at the time. The total of 65 consecutive victories was a state record until Powers North Central broke it in 2017.
#MHSAAMoments: 2019 Division 1 Boys Lacrosse Final
Justin Glod brought Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice even with Detroit Catholic Central with 1:55 to play, then pushed the Warriors ahead for good 14-13 with the game-winning goal during the final second June 8, 2019. Read all about it: http://ow.ly/Ttkn50zSr28.
#MHSAAMoments: 2018 Division 2 Boys Lacrosse Final
After a scoreless first overtime June 9, 2018, Chris Owens scored with 2:04 to play in the second to give East Grand Rapids an 11-10 win over Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central and its second-straight Division 2 title. Read all about it: http://ow.ly/6Wr450zSpyn.
1992 Class A Final - Detroit Pershing v. Benton Harbor
MHSAA Network/Palace Television production. Tim Staudt, John Spooner, Rick Berkey and Marshall Thomas cover the action. From VHS tape. Included is an interview with comedian Sinbad, who graduated from Benton Harbor in the 1970's. At the Palace of Auburn Hills, Detroit Pershing ripped Benton Harbor, 74-42. It was the sixth straight win in the Class A finale by a Detroit Public League school, and the first title for the Doughboys since 1970, when renowned coach Will Robinson led Pershing to an upset win over Pontiac Central in his final prep contest. Shawn Hill and Carlos Williams led Pershing with 18 and 17 points, respectively.
1992 Class B Final - Saginaw Buena Vista v. Grandville Calvin Christian
MHSAA Network/Palace Television production. Ray Lane, Gregory Kelser, Rick Berkey and Marshall Thomas serve as the talent for this game. From VHS tape. Led by junior Sheddrick Murrell, sophomore Chester Surles and 6-7 freshman Terrance Roberson, top-ranked Saginaw Buena Vista rolled to the Class B title, 54-44, over Grandville Calvin Christian. Buena Vista missed 12 of its first 13 shots, but bounced back to a 27-22 lead at the half. Murrell finished with 24 for the winners.
1992 Class C Final - Detroit St. Martin dePorres v. Ishpeming
MHSAA Network/Palace Television production. Ray Lane, Gregory Kelser, Rick Berkey and Marshall Thomas bring you the action. From VHS tape. In Class C, Detroit St. Martin dePorres slipped past Ishpeming, 55-43, behind 18 points from senior guard Brian Tolbert. Ishpeming rallied to within four, 44-40, with 5:20 remaining, but two quick buckets by Jason Kimbrough upped the margin to eight. That allowed dePorres to kick into a ball-control offense and hold on for the win. It was the fourth title for veteran coach Ed Rachal.