Today in the MHSAA: 2/11/19

February 11, 2019

By Geoff Kimmerly
Second Half editor

League titles were earned in hockey, bowling and basketball over the weekend, and hundreds of Michigan wrestlers took their first steps toward this season’s Individual Finals at Ford Field.

1. Girls Basketball: Detroit Edison edged Saginaw Heritage 41-37, although Edison was missing two starters with injuries and Heritage was without injured star Moira Joiner – MLive-Detroit

2. Hockey: The Division 1 No. 11 Traverse City Bay Reps downed Petoskey 5-4 in overtime to secure the Northern Michigan Hockey League championship – Traverse City Record-Eagle

3. Boys Basketball: Linden downed Flushing 48-35 to clinch a share of its first league title since 1996 – WNEM

4. Boys Basketball: Kalamazoo Central won its fifth straight Southwestern Michigan Athletic Conference East title with a 73-41 victory over Loy Norrix –

5. Girls Basketball: St. Ignace remains undefeated after handing two-loss Kingsley a 68-37 defeat – MI Sports Now

6. Girls Basketball: Hartland handed Brighton its first defeat, 46-35, to move into a first-place tie in the Kensington Lakes Activities Association West – State Champs!

7. Wrestling: No. 5 Hartland and No. 2 Brighton both advanced all 14 of their wrestlers from Division 1 Individual District competition – Livingston Daily Press & Argus

8. Bowling: Midland Bullock Creek locked up both the girls and boys Tri-Valley Conference Central titles – Midland Daily News

9. Competitive Cheer: Sanford Meridian won Division 4 and the overall meet title with a season-high 774.02 at the Houghton Lake Invitational – Midland Daily News

10. Wrestling: Division 4 No. 3 Clinton advanced all 14 of its wrestlers among 56 total from Lenawee County to move on from Individual District competition – Adrian Daily Telegram

Also of note …

Boys Basketball: Morley Stanwood clinched a share of the Central State Activities Association Silver title with a 62-50 win over Kent City – Big Rapids News

Girls Basketball: Ellie Klein scored her 1,000th career point in Essexville Garber’s 53-44 win over Bridgeport – Bay City Times

Boys Basketball: Traverse City Central’s Tobin Schwannecke went over 1,000 career points in his team’s 48-33 win over Traverse City West – Traverse City Record-Eagle

Boys Basketball: Joseph Kimmerer scored 23 points including the 1,000th of his career in Hale’s 54-49 win over AuGres-Sims – WBKB

Boys Basketball: Kinross Maplewood Baptist’s Isaiah May went over 1,000 career points in a 57-43 win over Beaver Island – MI Sports Now

Today in the MHSAA: 2/28/24

By Geoff Kimmerly senior editor

February 28, 2024

1. GIRLS BASKETBALL Grand Blanc clinched its first Saginaw Valley League championship with a 45-37 winner-take-all victory over Midland Dow – WJRT

2. HOCKEY No. 9 Port Huron Northern downed No. 4 Warren De La Salle Collegiate 2-1 to claim a Division 2 Regional title – Port Huron Times Herald

3. GIRLS BASKETBALL Fremont finished a West Michigan Conference Lakes championship run, and first title outright since 1978, with a 42-38 win over Ludington – Muskegon Chronicle

4. GIRLS BASKETBALL Frankenmuth won a rematch of last season’s Division 2 Final, 44-36 at Lansing Catholic – Saginaw News

5. GIRLS BASKETBALL Springport downed Concord 54-46 to clinch a share of the Big 8 Conference title as both were tied for first entering the contest – Jackson Citizen Patriot

6. GIRLS BASKETBALL Troy clinched the Oakland Activities Association Blue championship with a 58-57 win over Troy Athens – Oakland Press

7. GIRLS BASKETBALL Indian River Inland Lakes completed an outright championship in the Ski Valley Conference with a 44-38 win over Gaylord St. Mary – Cheboygan Daily Tribune

8. GIRLS BASKETBALL Portland St. Patrick downed Laingsburg 56-29 to clinch an outright championship in the Central Michigan Athletic Conference – Lansing State Journal

9. GIRLS BASKETBALL Temperance Bedford finished an outright title run in the Southeastern Conference Red with a 37-32 win over Ann Arbor Pioneer – Monroe News

10. GIRLS BASKETBALL Lake Michigan Conference champion Elk Rapids defeated Northwest Conference champion Kingsley 41-32 – Traverse City Record-Eagle