The MHSAA is having its own kind of “Super Sunday” on Feb. 7 when record numbers gather for the MHSAA’s WISL Conference in Lansing.
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A lot of school sports administrators may feel like “Punxsutawney Phil” who will disappear for six more weeks of winter if he sees his shadow today.
The inaugural March Magic Hoopfest in 2009 was a success by all measures; and the event will be bigger and better and extend over two weekends in 2010 when the girls tournament returns to MSU.
Perhaps there’s a lesson to be learned from my son and daughter-in-law’s teaching experience at a school for international students in Wuxi, China.
Michigan is generally credited for being the first statewide high school association in the nation to separate schools by size for interscholastic athletic tournaments.
It’s really no wonder that some folks want an expanded high school football playoff plan for Michigan. They keep hearing “bowl eligible" . . .
Maximizing participation in school sports is far more important than maximizing college scholarship opportunities; but (current scholarship) statistics are disappointing.
A recent Leadership IQ employee survey to analyze strategic awareness asked more than 30,000 employees if they could articulate their organization’s strategic goals . . . Only 34 percent of those surveyed said they could do so.
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.