Today in the MHSAA: 4/28/17

April 28, 2017

By Geoff Kimmerly
Second Half editor

Upsets in girls soccer and softball topped Thursday’s statewide action, while Saginaw Heritage continued to make plans to honor the fourth baseball coach ever to win 1,000 games in Michigan.

Each weekday during the school year, we’ll gather and post media links covering the most significant and intriguing high school events from all over the state.


Conner Esch threw a combined 96 pitches in earning both pitching wins for Bay City John Glenn over Freeland, and also drove in three runs in the opener – Bay City Times

Ann Arbor Greenhills drew even with two runs in the seventh inning and then put up seven in the eighth to down 2016 Division 4 champion Sterling Heights Parkway Christian 12-5 – Ann Arbor News

Division 1 No. 16 Brownstown Woodhaven earned its fourth straight Downriver League shutout with an 11-0 victory over Southgate Anderson – Southgate News Herald

From Saturday, Saginaw Heritage coach Bob Andrezejewski became the fourth in MHSAA history to win 1,000 games, guiding the Division 1 No. 8 Hawks to a 12-3 win over Beal City (and then 1,001 in the second game of the day). Heritage will honor him after its invitational this Saturday – Saginaw News

Boys Golf

Berkley remained undefeated with a two-stroke win over Birmingham Groves – Detroit News

Girls Soccer

Unranked Frankenmuth downed No. 7 Birch Run 1-0 in a matchup of annual Tri-Valley Conference East contenders – Saginaw News

Reigning Division 1 champion and current No. 2 Rochester Hills Stoney Creek came back to down North Farmington 2-1 – Oakland Press

Division 1 No. 13 Saline remained undefeated in the Southeastern Conference Red with a 1-0 win over Ann Arbor Skyline – Saline Post


Division 1 honorable mention White Lake Lakeland improved to 9-0 by coming back to hand No. 9 Howell its first loss, 11-9 – Livingston Daily Press & Argus

Track & Field

East Kentwood’s top-ranked girls and boys teams swept Grand Haven, the boys by only a 77-60 margin – Grand Haven Tribune

Today in the MHSAA: 12/8/23

By Geoff Kimmerly senior editor

December 8, 2023

1. HOCKEY Goalie Ryan Nickerson was among standouts as Division 1 No. 2 Brighton defeated No. 3 Clarkston 3-1 – Livingston Daily Press & Argus

2. GIRLS BASKETBALL Braylin Johnson’s basket with 5.2 seconds to play was the difference in Mason County Eastern’s 36-34 win over Bear Lake – Ludington Daily News

3. BOYS BASKETBALL Saginaw followed TJ Stevenson Jr. to a 78-70 win over Davison – Mid-Michigan Now

4. BOYS BASKETBALL Center Line earned another close win, 60-57 over Eastpointe – Detroit News

5. GIRLS BASKETBALL Kalamazoo Central earned its first victory, downing rival Battle Creek Central 62-42 – WWMT

6. BOYS BASKETBALL Evart came back from a six-point deficit entering the fourth quarter to defeat Lake City 47-37 – Cadillac News

7. GIRLS BASKETBALL Ishpeming went on the road and defeated Gladstone 41-26 – Escanaba Daily Press

8. BOYS BASKETBALL Macomb Dakota also earned its first victory, 61-44 over Romeo – Macomb Daily

9. GIRLS BASKETBALL Riverview earned a notable nonleague victory 61-46 over Trenton – Southgate News-Herald

10. BOYS SWIMMING & DIVING Midland Dow – No. 10 in Lower Peninsula Division 2 – earned nine first places in defeating Lapeer 142-43 – Midland Daily News