Today in the MHSAA: 5/9/17

May 9, 2017

By Geoff Kimmerly
Second Half editor

We have a spring league champion (two, actually), as Remus Chippewa Hills continued its dominance in both girls and boys track & field while a number of others continued to advance on successful seasons Monday.

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.


Division 2 No. 11 Fowlerville moved to 18-1-2 on Nate Leonard’s 4-0 no-hitter of Williamston, followed by an 8-5 win in the second game – Livingston Daily Press & Argus

Gladstone and Division 4 No. 10 Norway split Monday in a matchup of Upper Peninsula powers – Escanaba Daily Press

Division 1 top-ranked Saline moved to 21-1 on an 11th-inning home run by Cole Daniels that pushed it ahead of No. 8 Temperance Bedford 4-2 – Saline Post

Tyler Moses threw a five-inning perfect game for Lake Orion in its opener against Oxford, but Oxford came back to win the second game – Oakland Press

Boys Golf

Saginaw Heritage bested the field by 10 strokes, shooting a 326 to win the Saginaw County Tournament – Saginaw News

Gaylord, No. 10 in Lower Peninsula Division 2, finished 19 strokes ahead of the rest to win an eight-team event at Bayview Country Club – Gaylord Herald Times

Girls Soccer

Holland Christian avenged an earlier 5-0 loss to Division 3 No. 2 Hudsonville Unity Christian with a 0-0 tie – Holland Sentinel

From Saturday, Division 1 No. 5 Brighton improved to 9-1-2 with a 4-1 win over No. 16 Okemos – Livingston Daily Press & Argus

Girls Tennis

Parma Western improved to 8-0-1 with a sweep of neighbor Jackson Northwest – Jackson Citizen-Patriot

Track & Field

Remus Chippewa Hills swept the Central State Activities Association championships, the girls winning their 16th straight league title and the boys their first since 2013; the girls team is ranked No. 8 in Lower Peninsula Division 2Mount Pleasant Morning Sun

Today in the MHSAA: 2/23/24

By Geoff Kimmerly senior editor

February 23, 2024

1. BOYS BASKETBALL Saginaw Heritage doubled up Flint Powers Catholic to clinch a share of the Saginaw Valley League title for the second time in program history – Saginaw News

2. BOYS BASKETBALL Baldwin clinched the West Michigan D League title with a 57-45 win over Pentwater – Big Rapids Pioneer

3. GIRLS BASKETBALL Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central defeated Jefferson 52-41 to clinch a share of the Huron League title, then ended up with the championship outright as Flat Rock edged co-leader Riverview 46-45 – Monroe News

4. BOYS BASKETBALL Harbor Light Christian downed Mackinaw City 71-32 to claim the Northern Lakes Conference title for the first time since 2011 – Traverse City Record-Eagle

5. BOYS BASKETBALL Dearborn Edsel Ford and Brownstown Woodhaven are co-champions of the Downriver League after Edsel’s 48-32 win – Southgate News-Herald

6. BOYS BASKETBALL Whitehall finished a perfect regular season and West Michigan Conference Lakes title run with a 75-57 victory over Muskegon Oakridge – Muskegon Chronicle

7. BOYS BASKETBALL Saginaw Nouvel clinched a repeat Tri-Valley Conference White title with an 81-40 victory over Michigan Lutheran Seminary – WJRT

8. GIRLS BASKETBALL Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard defeated Detroit Renaissance 54-39 to claim the Operation Friendship meeting of league champions – MLIVE-Detroit

9. BOYS BASKETBALL Bay City All Saints finished perfect in the North Central Thumb League Stripes, defeating Carsonville-Port Sanilac – Bay City Times

10. BOWLING Holton and Ravenna’s boys and girls teams advanced to Division 4 Finals, Ravenna finishing first and Holton second for girls and with the order reversed for the boys Regional – Local Sports Journal

Also of note …

BOYS BASKETBALL The Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan announced its Mr. Basketball Award finalists – Detroit Free Press

BOYS BASKETBALL Greg Lawson II became Davison’s all-time leading scorer as his team defeated Saginaw Arthur Hill 68-57 – Mid-Michigan Now

BOYS BASKETBALL Traverse City Central downed Alpena 71-49, but Alpena’s Tucker Bright reached 1,000 career points – Alpena News

HOCKEY No. 2 Marquette defeated Escanaba 7-1 in a Division 3 Regional, giving Marquette coach Doug Garrow his 200th win – Upper Michigan’s Source

GIRLS BASKETBALL Portage Central completed an outright championship run in the Southwestern Michigan Athletic Conference with a 46-36 win over second-place Stevensville Lakeshore – St. Joseph Herald-Palladium

BOYS BASKETBALL Portage Central also finished an outright SMAC run on the boys side with a 58-33 win over Lakeshore – Kalamazoo Gazette