Today in the MHSAA: 3/12/18

March 12, 2018

By Geoff Kimmerly
Second Half editor

Each weekday of the school year, we break down the top headlines courtesy of Michigan’s sports media.

Today's Top 10

1. Boys Swimming & Diving: Ann Arbor Skyline and Holland Christian won MHSAA titles to end four-season winning streak by the reigning champs, whole Dexter claimed its third straight Finals win – Second Half

2. Hockey: Brighton, Hartland and Detroit Country Day capped this season with MHSAA championships, Brighton and Country Day after upsetting top-ranked teams in Semifinals – Second Half

3. Gymnastics: Farmington United claimed its first team championship since 2006, with senior Elisa Bills repeating as Division 2 individual title winner and Grosse Pointe United freshman Cate Gagnier reigning in Division 1 – Second Half

4. Boys Basketball: Grand Rapids South Christian enjoyed one of the weekend’s biggest upsets, 61-58 over Wyoming Godwin Heights in a Class B District Final – FOX 17

5. Boys Basketball: Indian River Inland Lakes downed Harbor Springs 70-60 in Class C to claim its first District title since 1988 – Petoskey News-Review

6. Boys Basketball: North Muskegon claimed a Class C District title with a 37-33 win over previously-undefeated Kent City – Local Sports Journal

7. Girls Basketball: Flint Beecher claimed a Class C Regional title with a 66-53 win over Unionville-Sebewaing in a game forced to Saturday because of snowy weather – Huron Daily Tribune

8. Boys Basketball: Suttons Bay earned another of Friday night’s big upsets, downing Frankfort 45-42 in a Class D District Final – MI Sports Now

9. Boys Basketball: White Lake Lakeland claimed its first District title since 2007, downing Walled Lake Western 53-51 in Class A after trailing by 15 points during the final minute of the third quarter – Observer & Eccentric

10. Boys Basketball: St. Clare Shores South Lake won its first District title since 2006 with a 73-53 win over Harper Woods – Macomb Daily

Also of note …

Girls Basketball: East Lansing senior Jaida Hampton was named the Miss Basketball Award winner by the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan – Lansing State Journal

Football: Clinton coach Scott McNitt has resigned after 33 seasons and two trips to the MHSAA Finals – Adrian Daily Telegram

Today in the MHSAA: 5/20/24

By Geoff Kimmerly senior editor

May 20, 2024

1. TRACK & FIELD The Pinckney boys won their Lower Peninsula Division 2 Regional in historic fashion, and Dearborn Divine Child’s girls won a strong race impressively as well – Livingston Daily Press & Argus

2. GIRLS SOCCER Allen Park Cabrini avenged an earlier loss to Bloomfield Hills Academy of the Sacred Heart with a 3-2 victory that clinched the St. Anne Tournament title, the program’s first Catholic High School League championship in this sport – Southgate News-Herald

3. TRACK & FIELD The Bark River-Harris girls won their third-straight Regional title in UPD2, and the Pickford boys also were victorious – Escanaba Daily Press

4. GIRLS SOCCER Big Rapids downed Howard City Tri County 5-1 to clinch the Central State Activities Association championship – MI Sports Now

5. GIRLS SOCCER Farmington Hills Mercy defeated Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook Kingswood in the Bishop Tournament final 3-1 to win its first CHSL title in this sport in 31 years – Oakland Press

6. TRACK & FIELD The East Grand Rapids girls and Ada Forest Hills Eastern boys were LPD2 Regional champions at Sparta – FOX 17

7. GIRLS SOCCER Division 2 No. 13 Orchard Lake St. Mary’s also won its first CHSL Tournament championship, defeating Division 3 No. 2 Macomb Lutheran North 3-1 in the Cardinal finale – Macomb Daily

8. TRACK & FIELD The Hillsdale Academy top-ranked girls repeated as LPD4 Regional champions, and the top-ranked boys team took back the title from 2023 champ Reading – Hillsdale Daily News

9. TRACK & FIELD Brighton swept girls and boys Regional titles for the first time, in LPD1 – Livingston Daily Press & Argus

10. TRACK & FIELD Clare’s No. 3-ranked girls won their 10th-straight Regional title, and Clare’s top-ranked boys their fourth in a row, in LPD3 at Charlevoix – Mount Pleasant Morning Sun