This week's edition highlights a strong start for the Midland Dow girls basketball team, awards Game Balls to high achievers in wrestling, basketball and hockey; and celebrates retiring coaches who are among the winningest in Michigan's girls basketball and baseball history.
The 5-minute program each week includes feature stories from around the state from the MHSAA’s Second Half or network affiliates, along with "Be The Referee," a 60-second look at the fine art of officiating.
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Jan. 11: Battle of the Fans X "Challenge Round," officiating on the islands
Jan. 4: Onsted boys basketball, Oxford Strong Listen
Dec. 15: Winter championship calendar, KLAA/MIHL Memorial Showcase Listen
Dec. 8: 2021 Bush Award honorees, remembering Tom Rashid
Dec. 1: 11-Player Football Finals review
Nov. 23: Volleyball, LP Girls Swimming & Diving, 8-Player Football Finals review Listen
Nov. 16: Lower Peninsula Cross Country continued, weekend preview
Nov. 9: Lower Peninsula Cross Country, Boys Soccer Finals review
Nov. 2: Title IX at 50 celebration, Fall championship broadcasts
Oct. 27: Upper Peninsula Cross Country Finals review, soccer/volleyball playoff update
Oct. 20: Lower Peninsula Girls Golf & Boys Tennis Finals review
Oct. 13: Middle school/junior high cross country Regionals, football playoff selection
Oct. 6: Upper Peninsula girls tennis champions, football broadcast update
Sept. 29: Girls swimming & diving "Meet of Champions," Schoolcraft's star kicker Listen
Sept. 22: Spartan Invitational "elite" races, John U. Bacon's "Let Them Lead" Listen
Sept. 15: Volleyball powers face off, Tiger Teusink's tennis legacy Fall sports rules changes, Adrian Lenawee Christian inspiration – Listen
Sept. 1: Boys soccer seeding process, Beaver Island athletics –
After a successful six years as the Grass Lake girls varsity basketball coach, Andrea Cabana took a big step in a different direction. Cabana was hired as the Chelsea varsity boys basketball head coach this season, and hasn't missed a beat. Kara Liles has the story.