Oh, how I dislike that chant at the end of sporting events. But it does accurately describe one little aspect of Michigan’s role in the world.
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We are most pleased when we see the policy makers of school sports focusing on the lasting, defining issues of educational athletics . . .
Only the closest observers of MHSAA operations would notice this apparent dichotomy . . .
The 2010-11 MHSAA Membership Resolution is being mailed today to all school superintendents to be included on the agenda for their board of education or governing board prior to Aug. 1, 2010.
We recently announced the newest class to join the MHSAA Student Advisory Council . . . a student group which provides feedback to MHSAA staff regarding policies, procedures and programs at the local, regional and statewide levels.
While objective measures of time and distance are staples of competitive sports, athletic administration is less science than it is art. Snap decisions and judgment calls mingle with hard and fast rules...
It’s often said that the best sports officials don’t draw attention to themselves; that a well-officiated contest is one where you don’t notice the officials. But once a year we make them the center of attention anyway.
From the Director is the official MHSAA Blog which will touch on pertinent school sports topics periodically throughout the school year from various MHSAA Staff.