Today in the MHSAA: 1/10/22

By Geoff Kimmerly senior editor

January 10, 2022

1. BOYS BASKETBALL Reigning Division 3 champion Flint Beecher ended 2021 Division 2 champ Grand Rapids Catholic Central’s winning streak at 27 with a 75-69 victory – Mid-Michigan Now

2. GIRLS BASKETBALL Nevaeh Williams scored 60 points, tied for fourth-most in state history, in Mount Clemens’ 71-27 win over Arts & Technology Academy of Pontiac – Macomb Daily

3. WRESTLING Davison had a tournament-high five champions among an elite field at the Detroit Catholic Central Invitational – Michigan Grappler

4. GYMNASTICS Grand Ledge topped a loaded field at the Rockford Flip-Flop Invitational, followed by Canton – Coldwater Daily Reporter

5. WRESTLING Alma was first and Hudson second at the New Lothrop Hall of Fame Tournament – Coldwater Daily Reporter

6. BOYS SWIMMING & DIVING DeWitt won Saginaw Heritage’s Muzz Relays, and Marquette was second in what was believed to be its first trip for a downstate competition in the sport – Marquette Mining Journal

7. WRESTLING Iron Mountain ended host Escanaba’s four-year championship run in winning the Elks Invitational – Iron Mountain Daily News

8. COMPETITIVE CHEER Allen Park finished first among teams in all divisions at its 20-team invitational – Southgate News-Herald

9. WRESTLING Temperance Bedford was first and Holt second at Bedford’s Denny Brighton Invitational – Monroe News

10. HOCKEY Lane Petit’s goal during the final seconds pushed Brighton past Hancock 2-1; Brighton would go on to defeat Calumet the following day – Livingston Daily Press & Argus

Today in the MHSAA: 6/10/24

By Geoff Kimmerly senior editor

June 10, 2024

1. GIRLS LACROSSE Grand Rapids Catholic Central finished a perfect season, and Brighton won its third straight Finals title –

2. BOYS GOLF Orchard Lake St. Mary’s won its first Finals championship in this sport, and Detroit Catholic Central, Traverse City St. Francis and Clarkston Everest Collegiate also were victorious –

3. BOYS LACROSSE Detroit Catholic Central surged during the second half, and Detroit Country Day posted one of the highest scoring totals in Finals history as they clinched championships –

4. SOFTBALL Division 2 top-ranked Gaylord downed honorable mention Essexville Garber and then No. 5 Escanaba to clinch a Regional title – Petoskey News-Review

5. SOFTBALL No. 7 Hillman scored a combined 29 runs to defeat Rudyard and Indian River Inland Lakes in Division 4, and broke the MHSAA record for runs in a season – Alpena News

6. BASEBALL No. 10 Norway earned its first trip to the Semifinals with a 3-2 win over No. 12 Rudyard in Division 4 – Iron Mountain Daily News

7. SOFTBALL No. 8 Clare claimed its first Regional title since 1986, defeating St. Louis and honorable mention Standish-Sterling in Division 3 – Mount Pleasant Morning Sun

8. GIRLS SOCCER No. 7 Grand Rapids NorthPointe Christian advanced to the Division 4 Semifinals with a shootout win over No. 13 Elk Rapids – MI Sports Now

9. SOFTBALL Honorable mention New Lothrop advanced in Division 3 with wins over honorable mention Otisville-LakeVille Memorial and No. 6  Cass City – Owosso Argus-Press

10. BASEBALL No. 15 Spring Lake advanced to the Semifinals for the first time since 1995 with an 11-5 win over Petoskey in Division 2 – Muskegon Chronicle