MHSAA OFFICE SUMMER HOURS - The MHSAA Office Summer Hours are 7 a.m.- 5 p.m. Monday-Thursday from June 26-July 27. Normal Monday-Friday hours resume July 31 (8 a.m.-4:30 p.m.; close Fridays at 4 p.m.). The office will be closed the week of July 3.
FOOTBALL SCHEDULES - If you're looking for football schedules, we've got them. Just go to the Score Center, and use the Search tools. The Football page will have a set of links by week available at some point soon.
WHEN DO FALL SPORTS PRACTICES OFFICIALLY START? - Football practice may begin on August 7. All other sports may begin practice on August 9. Golf and Tennis may begin competition on August 16; Cross Country, Soccer, Swimming and Volleyball can begin on August 18; and Football games begin August 24.
TOURNAMENT MEDIA PASS APPLICATION FOR 2017-18 - In early July, media can go online to submit the most current information about their outlet - which means you're filling out the full media survey this year. Additional information will be coming about Tournament Media Pass renewal.
MHSAA NETWORK SIGNUP - Also in July, radio stations and web audio outlets will need to fill out a second online form if they intend to join the MHSAA Radio Network and receive a rights fee waiver to originate tournament games.
CHECK OUT JACK ROBERTS' BLOG-- MHSAA Executive Director John E. "Jack" Roberts is the only executive director of a state high school athletic association in the country to blog on a regular basis, and he posts entries on our website every Tuesday and Friday throughout the year with his thoughts about high school sports.
You can follow Jack's blog through the home page of the MHSAA Website, or go directly to the blog's archive page by clicking here.
SUBMITTING INFORMATION FOR THE MHSAA RECORD BOOK - When submitting information for the MHSAA Record Book, please remember that some form of documentation is required, and the best forms of documentation are the scoresheet from a game, the season-ending statistics sheet for a season record, and the season-ending stats sheets for each season a young person plays for career marks. News accounts of a record being set are good backs-ups, but especially for career and season marks, the paper trail is necessary.
We don't have the staff to chase down potential records. Please be sure a submission is complete when you contact us.
HEAD TO THE MEDIA INFORMATION PAGE - The number of calls we get weekly from media members looking for information could be saved by just clicking on the Media Information page of the MHSAA Website. It is the jumping-off point for everything from credentials to tournament information specifically for the media. You an also make a quick jump to key information by going to the black box at the bottom of many pages of the MHSAA Website.
Here's a list of important links that will also help you find media information from the MHSAA:
John Johnson, MHSAA Communications Director
Geoff Kimmerly, MHSAA Media & Content Coordinator