The MHSAA Network provides video coverage of all MHSAA post-season tournaments and audio coverage of a number of MHSAA Finals.
Several MHSAA Championships are annually available for viewing on cable television. Bally Sports Detroit will have live coverage of MHSAA Finals in Football and Girls and Boys Basketball; and announce the qualifiers and pairings for the MHSAA Football Playoffs on the annual Selection Sunday Show. Both divisions of the Eight-Player Football Finals will be shown on a tape-delayed basis.
There will be exclusive live streaming video on MHSAA.TV.
- Finals in Lower Peninsula Boys Soccer, Lower Peninsula Girls Swimming & Diving, Lower Peninsula Cross Country and Girls Volleyball Semifinals & Finals
- In partnership with Bally Sports Detroit, all Football Semifinals.
- Finals in Upper Peninsula Swimming & Diving Finals, Team Dual Wrestling Quarterfinals, Semifinals and Finals, Girls Competitive Cheer Finals, both days of the Individual Wrestling Finals, Semifinals & Finals in Ice Hockey, Lower Peninsula Boys Swimming & Diving Finals and Quarterfinals and Semifinals of the Girls and Boys Basketball Tournaments.
- Finals in Track & Field, Girls and Boys Lacrosse, Girls Soccer and Semifinals and Finals in Softball and Baseball.
The MHSAA will provide live audio broadcasts of many championships throughout the year on MHSAAnetwork.com. The network also includes a number of regular season games broadcasted by local schools and radio stations.
Here's a projected schedule for MHSAA Network audio broadcasts for the school year:
- L.P. Boys Soccer Finals
- Girls Volleyball Semifinals & Finals
- 8-Player Football Finals
- 11-Player Football Finals
- Ice Hockey Semifinals & Finals
- Girls Basketball Semifinals & Finals
- Boys Basketball Semifinals & Finals
- Girls Lacrosse Finals
- Boys Lacrosse Finals
- L.P. Girls Soccer Finals
- Softball Semifinals & Finals
- Baseball Semifinals & Finals
Also, each week throughout the Fall and Winter sports seasons, the MHSAA Network will air This Week In High School Sports on approximately 100 radio stations and audio web outlets across the state.
How to Watch and Listen
To access all MHSAA video and audio content, visit
School Broadcast Program
The School Broadcast Program was launched in 2009 to provide schools with a safe place to stream video of their athletic and non-athletic school events, provide a hands-on learning experience for students interested in video production, and serve as an exciting new fundraising platform.