Today in the MHSAA: 1/24/22

By Geoff Kimmerly senior editor

January 25, 2022

1. WRESTLING Division 3 top-ranked Dundee was first and Division 4 top-ranked Hudson second at the Tigers’ Super 16 Tournament – Monroe News

2. HOCKEY Division 2 top-ranked Hartland defeated No. 4 Byron Center and then No. 6 Muskegon Mona Shores to win the Westside Invitational – Livingston Daily Press & Argus

3. BOYS BASKETBALL Division 3 No. 17 Ecorse beat the buzzer to hand Division 1 No. 11 River Rouge its first loss, 60-58 – Southgate News-Herald

4. GIRLS BASKETBALL Alyssa Hill went over 1,000 career points as Negaunee avenged an earlier loss to Ishpeming Westwood – Marquette Mining Journal

5. WRESTLING Division 2 No. 2 Whitehall won the Greater Muskegon Athletic Association championship with eight individual titles – Muskegon Chronicle

6. WRESTLING Gladstone won its first Upper Peninsula championship in five years, with Division 4 No. 9 Iron Mountain second – Escanaba Daily Press

7. BOYS SWIMMING & DIVING Brownstown Woodhaven won the 10-team Downriver Classic – Southgate News-Herald

8. COMPETITIVE CHEER Wyandotte Roosevelt finished first in Division 1 and overall at its invitational – Southgate News-Herald

9. WRESTLING Napoleon was first and Niles Brandywine second at the 26th Shawn Cockrell Memorial Invitational at Quincy – Coldwater Daily Reporter

10. WRESTLING Howell went 5-0 to win Plymouth’s Jimmy Ahearn Memorial Duals – Livingston Daily Press & Argus

Today in the MHSAA: 6/6/23

By Geoff Kimmerly senior editor

June 6, 2023

1. BASEBALL Coldwater finished a weather-delayed Division 2 District with an 8-4 championship game win over Marshall – Coldwater Daily Reporter

2. BASEBALL Division 2 No. 11 Olivet held on for a 4-3 win over Grand Ledge to win the 61st Capital Diamond Classic – Lansing State Journal

Also of note …

HONORS Oak Park’s Nonah Waldron and Benzie Central’s Hunter Jones received the annual Athlete of the Year awards from the Detroit Athletic Club – State Champs!

FRUITPORT The Fruitport community locally and athletic community statewide are mourning the death of longtime Fruitport athletic director Ken Erny – Grand Haven Tribune