By John Johnson
MHSAA Director of Broadcast Properties
Here is the schedule for MHSAA Ice Hockey Semifinal and Final games to be streamed live on MHSAA.tv on Thursday, Friday and Saturday (March 7-9) this week; and for the Finals of the Lower Peninsula Boys Swimming & Diving Finals on Saturday:
Ice Hockey Semifinals - Thursday
Div. 2 - Game 1 – Hartland v. Birmingham Brother Rice, 5 p.m.
Div. 2 - Game 2 – Marquette v. Trenton, 7:30 p.m.
Ice Hockey Semifinals - Friday
Div. 3 - Game 1 – Riverview Gabriel Richard v. Houghton, 11 a.m.
Div. 3 - Game 2 – Detroit Country Day v. East Grand Rapids, 1:30 p.m.
Div. 1 - Game 1 – Detroit Catholic Central v. Rochester United – 5 p.m.
Div. 1 - Game 2 – Saginaw Heritage v. Grand Traverse Bay Reps – 7:30 p.m.
Ice Hockey Finals - Saturday
Div. 2 Final – 10 a.m.
Div. 3 Final – 2 p.m.
Div. 1 Final – 6 p.m.
In additional, there will be live streaming audio of all Ice Hockey Semifinal and Final games at MHSAANetwork.com.
Lower Peninsula Boys Swimming & Diving Finals - Saturday
Div. 1 Finals at Holland Aquatic Center - Noon
Div. 2 Finals at Eastern Michigan University - Noon
Div. 3 Finals at Oakland University - Noon?
Fans can purchase a Month Pass to watch on the NFHS Network for $9.95, which allows three log-ons. Subscribers will have access to all live video and streaming statistics across the country for 30 days. All content becomes available for free, on-demand viewing 72 hours after being shown live.
1. GIRLS GOLF Brighton carded a 318 to lead an elite field after the first day of the two-round Lober Classic; Rockford sat second at 324 – Ludington Daily News
2. GIRLS GOLF Brownstown Woodhaven was first and Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central second at the season-opening Airport Match-Play Tournament – Monroe News
3, GIRLS TENNIS Negaunee won every set in opening the fall with a victory over West Iron County – Marquette Mining Journal
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FOOTBALL The story of Brady Hessbrook, and how his family is hoping to help others in similar struggles as they mourn his death, is a must-read as thousands of young people begin another school year – Detroit Free Press