List of 2021-22 MHSAA Network Affiliates Growing as Fall Sports Ramp Up

By Geoff Kimmerly senior editor

August 31, 2021

More than 70 radio stations and web audio outlets have joined a growing list of Michigan High School Athletic Association Network affiliates for the 2021-22 school year, with more expected to come on board as fall sports schedules continue to build toward a busy September and October.

Affiliates carry games and also the MHSAA Network radio show – “This Week in High School Sports” – which began its seventh season last week.

A list of MHSAA Network affiliates can be found on the MHSAA Website. Below is a list of those affiliates and links to their broadcast platforms through Aug. 30.

Alma - WQBX (104.9 FM) 
Auburn Hills - 
WAHS (89.5 FM)
Benton Harbor - WSJM (94.9 FM) 
Bloomfield Hills - WBFH (88.1 FM) 
Bloomfield Hills - BRBN
Canton - WSDP (88.1 FM)
Caro - WIDL (92.1 FM) 
Cheboygan - WCBY (1240 AM) 
Cheboygan - WCBY (100.7 FM) 
Deckerville - Thumb Tailgater Sports
Dowagiac - Dowagiac Chieftains Network
Escanaba - WCHT (93.5 FM) 
Escanaba - WCHT (600 AM) 
Escanaba - WYKX (104.7 FM) 
Escanaba - WDBC (94.5 FM) 
Escanaba - WUPF (107.3 FM) 
Ferndale - WDTK (101.5 FM) 
Frankenmuth - Frankenmuth Sports Network
Flushing - MFNT 
Gaylord - WMJZ (101.5 FM) 
Grand Haven - WGHN (92.1 FM) 
Grand Haven - 
WGHN (94.9 FM) 
Grand Haven - WGHN (1370 AM) 
Grand Haven - 
WMPA (93.1 FM) 
Grand Haven - 
WAWL (103.5 FM)
Grand Haven - Michigan Game Night
Grand Haven -
Grand Rapids - WMAX (96.1 FM) 
Grayling - WQON (100.3 FM) 
Grayling - WGRY (101.1 FM) 
Grayling - WJML (1110 AM) 
Grayling - WJNL (1210 AM) 
Grayling - 
W266CS (101.1 FM) 
Hancock - WMPL (920 AM) 
Hillman - WKJZ (94.9 FM) 
Hillsdale - WCSR (92.1 FM) 
Hillsdale - WCSR (99.5 FM) 
Holland - WHTC (1450 AM) 
Holland - WYVN (92.7 FM) 
Houghton - WHKB (102.3)
Iron Mountain - WZNL (94.3 FM) 
Ironwood - WJMS (590 AM) 
Jackson - WKHM (970 AM) 
Jackson - WKHM (105.3 FM) 
Manistique - WTIQ (1490 AM) 
Marquette - WFXD (103.3 FM) 
Marquette - WZAM (106.9 FM) 
Marquette - WZAM (970 AM) 
Marquette - W286BC (105.1 FM) 
Marquette - W262AG (99.9 FM) 
Marquette - WKQS (101.9 FM) 
Marquette - WRUP (98.3 FM) 
Marquette - GTO (97.5 FM) 
Marquette - WUPG (96.7 FM) 
Marquette - WUPT (100.3 FM)
Midland - WMPX (97.7 FM) 
Mt. Pleasant - WMMI (92.3 FM) 
Muskegon - WLCS (98.3 FM) 
Muskegon - WVIB (100.1 FM) 
Novi - WOVI (89.5 FM)
Ontonagon - 
WUPY (101.1 FM) 
Ovid - WOES (91.3 FM)
Prudenville - WTWS (92.1 FM) 
Rockford - Michigan Sports Radio 
Sault Ste. Marie - WUPN (95.1 FM) 
St. Ignace - WWMK (106.3 FM) 
Stevensville - Lakeshore Lancers Network
Tawas City - WKJC (104.7 FM) 
Tawas City - WQLB (103.3 FM) 
Tawas City - WTZM (106.1 FM) 
Temperance - WMLZ-LP (107.9 FM)
Traverse City - WWMN (106.3 FM) 
Warren - WPHS (89.1 FM)
West Bloomfield - 
WBLD (89.3) and the NFHS Network enjoyed an exciting opening weekend of football video streaming, with 16 games played as part of the Vehicle City Gridiron Classic, Battle at the Big House and Xenith Prep Kick Off Classic receiving a combined 22,494 live views on, with the Big House game featuring Traverse City Central and DeWitt leading that list with nearly 5,000 views. Those totals do not include views by those who watched two Xenith games live on MHSAA broadcast partner Bally Sports Detroit’s cable channel and digital platforms.

Bally Sports Detroit will take its live cable broadcast to Muskegon on Friday (Sept. 3) for the Big Reds’ 7 p.m. matchup with Detroit Cass Tech. The game can be watched on live TV on Bally Sports Detroit-PLUS and on BSD’s website.

MHSAA broadcast partner State Champs! Sports Network will begin its series of live Saturday football streams this week as well, covering Merrillville (Ind.) Andrean at Grand Rapids Catholic Central at 4 p.m. Sept. 4. 

A number of other intriguing events are scheduled to be streamed live on, including the following:

Sept. 2: Cedar Springs at Rockford, 7 p.m.
Sept. 2: Livonia Stevenson at Dearborn Fordson, 7 p.m.
All football games: Football

Aug. 31: Marquette at Menominee, 7 p.m.
Sept. 1: Traverse City Central at Traverse City West, 5 p.m.
Sept. 1: Saginaw Valley Lutheran at Midland Bullock Creek, 7 p.m.
All volleyball matches: Volleyball

Sept. 1: Ludington at Whitehall, 5:45 p.m.
Sept. 1: East Grand Rapids at Grand Rapids South Christian, 6:45 p.m.
Sept. 2: Ann Arbor Skyline at Saline, 7 p.m.
All soccer matches: Boys Soccer

NFHS Network subscriptions begin at $10.99 per month. Subscribers have access to all live video and streaming statistics across the country. School Broadcast Program participants benefit as a portion of every subscription sold by a school goes to benefit its program. More than 400 MHSAA member schools are participants in the School Broadcast Program, now in its 13th year, producing games using traditional hands-on student crews or via Pixellot cameras installed at stadiums and gymnasiums across the state. A complete list of participating schools can be found on the School Broadcast Program page of the MHSAA Website. 

Today in the MHSAA: 5/13/24

By Geoff Kimmerly senior editor

May 13, 2024

1. TRACK & FIELD Zeeland East’s girls – ranked No. 5 in Lower Peninsula Division 1 – won their seventh straight Ottawa-Kent Conference Green championship meet title, and LPD1 No. 3 Zeeland West won on the boys side – Holland Sentinel Girls | Boys |

2. TRACK & FIELD The LPD1 No. 4 Traverse City West girls extended their Big North Conference championship meet streak to three, while Central’s boys ended West’s three-year title run – Traverse City Record-Eagle |

3. BASEBALL Division 1 top-ranked Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice shut out Orchard Lake St. Mary’s 3-0 in the Catholic High School League Bishop championship game – Oakland Press

4. BOYS LACROSSE Temperance Bedford clinched a share of its first Southeastern Conference Red title in this sport with a 16-6 win over Ann Arbor Huron – Monroe News

5. TRACK & FIELD The Corunna boys and Owosso girls repeated as Flint Metro League Stars meet champions, and the Linden girls and Fenton boys won in the Stripes – Owosso Argus-Press |

6. TRACK & FIELD Sturgis swept Wolverine Conference championship meet wins – Sturgis Journal |

7. TRACK & FIELD The Freeland girls and Saginaw Heritage boys won Korf/Schultz Saginaw County Invitational team titles – Saginaw News |

8. TRACK & FIELD Bay City Western swept Bay County championships, the boys for the 15th-straight season and the girls for the fifth consecutive – Bay City Times |

9. GIRLS LACROSSE Novi defeated Flint Powers Catholic 16-6 as the Wildcats’ Ally Katinas scored her 100th goal this season and 200th of her career – Oakland Press

10. TRACK & FIELD The LPD2 No. 5 Hudsonville Unity Christian girls and No. 2 Hamilton boys won O-K Blue meet titles, while the LPD1 top-ranked East Kentwood girls and No. 2 Rockford boys won in the O-K Red – Holland Sentinel | Blue | Red

Also of note …

TRACK & FIELD Northville swept the Kensington Lakes Activities Association championship meet titles – Livingston Daily Press & Argus |

TRACK & FIELD The Hart girls and North Muskegon boys won West Michigan Conference Rivers championship meets – Ludington Daily News |

TRACK & FIELD The Ludington girls and LPD2 No. 7  Whitehall boys won in the WMC Lakes – Ludington Daily News |