Today in the MHSAA: 10/13/15

October 13, 2015

By Geoff Kimmerly
Second Half editor

Soccer saw Monday’s most intriguing games, with ranked teams and league champions facing off to kick off the final week of the regular season.

Boys Soccer

LP Division 1 Flint Powers Catholic hasn’t given up a goal since Sept. 12 and moved to 15-1 on Monday with a 1-0 win over Saginaw Heritage, champion of the Saginaw Valley League North; Powers won the South – Flint Journal

East Lansing, No. 5 in LP Division 2, downed Division 3 No. 3 Williamston 5-2 in a Capital Area Activities Conference Gold Cup semifinal – Lansing State Journal

Daniel Dubois scored three goals to lead LP Division 4 No. 9 Whitehall past Ravenna 4-0, in the process setting a school record with 61 goals in his career – Muskegon Chronicle

Unranked Grand Blanc downed LP Division 1 No. 18 White Lake Lakeland 2-1 to win the Kensington Lakes Activities Association Lakes Conference title – Oakland Press

Muskegon Western Michigan Christian, No. 4 in LP Division 4, downed LP Division 3 No. 20 Wyoming Godwin Heights 3-1 on three second-half goals by Dylan Mines – Muskegon Chronicle

Today in the MHSAA: 11/28/23

By Geoff Kimmerly senior editor

November 28, 2023

1. BOYS BASKETBALL Ludington opened this winter with an 82-57 win over Grant thanks in part to David Schillinger’s 40 points – Local Sports Journal

2. BOYS BASKETBALL Onsted started its season at Little Caesars Arena with a 60-33 win over Hanover-Horton – Adrian Daily Telegram

3. BOYS BASKETBALL Addison went on a run late to open with a 62-57 overtime win over Hudson – Jackson Citizen Patriot

4. BOYS BASKETBALL Birch Run opened with a 58-36 win over Burton Bentley – WNEM

5. BOYS BASKETBALL Lake City tipped off the season with a 36-21 win over Mesick – Up North Live

6. BOYS BASKETBALL Charlevoix opened with a 65-41 win over Ellsworth – Traverse City Record-Eagle

7. BOYS BASKETBALL Manistee opened with a win as well, 56-24 over Onekama – Manistee News Advocate

Also of note …

FOOTBALL East Kentwood has hired championship-winning Detroit Martin Luther King coach Tyrone Spencer to take over its program – WOOD TV