Obesity has pulled away from a group of concerns vying for the runner-up spot among 23 different health concerns...
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. . . it may seem surprising to some folks that at almost the same time that the MHSAA is making these electronic advances, it is also launching a new print publication.
It was readily apparent to regular visitors to MHSAA.com that the MHSAA’s website had a redesigned look and navigation system when it launched at the start of August.
The surprising results of new studies about an old topic reveal an ongoing concern in youth sports.
The national rules committee for high school softball is moving pitchers a few steps further from home plate. Effective for school year 2010-11, the pitching rubber must be 43 feet from home – three feet further.
Thanks to problems in professional sports, steroids stay in our sports news headlines. And sometimes the problems of the pros become confused with the problems of schools.
As high school football programs kick off their 2009 seasons this week, some schools are also looking to 2010 when the MHSAA may add an eight-player division to its Football Playoffs for those Class D schools which are struggling to start or maintain 11-player programs.
Some high school sports remain for many years under the radar of the public’s passion, unless you participate or are the parent of a participant. Then some event or series of events has everyone talking. That’s how it is with high school swimming and diving.
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.