Classification

 

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The objection of smaller schools to the equal divisions format in these sports has diminished over time as the Class D enrollment range has shrunk. 

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While media will opine that increasing classifications waters down the tournament, our arguments are more practical.

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When an organization receives positive media attention for a policy change, it’s probably best to accept the praise and get back to work. But that could be too easy . . . 

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During the 2016-17 school year, there will be two new opportunities for MHSAA member schools to consider with respect to cooperative programs.

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The enrollment range between largest and smallest school is at historical lows in Classes B and C and near historical lows in Class D. 

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Never is the continuous cycle of school sports more obvious to me than at this time of year. 

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If there is need for more than four classes in basketball or girls volleyball, or for more than four “equal divisions” in most other sports, it is not because of the reason most often cited.

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Two forces have combined to bring increased attention to the participation of public and nonpublic schools in the same tournaments:

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