Today in the MHSAA: 9/30/19

October 1, 2019

By Geoff Kimmerly
Second Half editor

The race was the place to be this weekend as girls swimming & diving and girls and boys cross country invitationals produced much of our best competition and many of our top performances.

1. Girls Swimming & Diving: Farmington Hills Mercy – No. 2 in Lower Peninsula Division 1 – placed first and LPD3 No. 1 East Grand Rapids second at the prestigious Pioneer Classic at EGR – Swimcloud.com

2. Cross Country: The Bridgman girls continued their perfect season and the Berrien Springs boys repeated at the Berrien County Invitational – St. Joseph Herald-Palladium

3. Girls Golf: Carleton Airport won its first Monroe County tournament championship, shooting a 360 to clear the field by 21 strokes – Monroe Evening News

4. Girls Swimming & Diving: LPD3 honorable mention Trenton earned six first places to win the Downriver Classic for the third straight season – Southgate News-Herald

5. Cross Country: The UPD2 top-ranked Ishpeming boys ran their streak at their Tracy Strom Invitational to six victories, while the UPD1 No. 2 Houghton girls won their side and Negaunee’s Emily Paupore set a course record – Marquette Mining Journal

6. Cross Country: Caledonia swept Division 1 titles (the girls are No. 14 in LPD1, the boys No. 8), while the LPD2 top-ranked East Grand Rapids girls and top-ranked Otsego boys were victorious in Division 2 at the Otsego Invitational – Athletic.net

7. Cross Country: The Dearborn Divine Child (LPD2 No. 7) and Ann Arbor Pioneer girls (LPD1 No. 6) and East Lansing and Walled Lake Northern boys won Coaches Legends Classic championships – Athletic.net

8. Boys soccer: LPD2 top-ranked Richland Gull Lake edged Portage Central 1-0 to lock up the Southwestern Michigan Athletic Conference championship – JoeInsider.com

9. Boys Tennis: LPD3 No. 9 Petoskey earned a 5-3 win over LPD4 top-ranked Allegan – Petoskey News-Review

10. Girls Swimming & Diving: LPD2 No. 6 Midland Dow outpaced seven others to win the Tri-Cities Championship – Midland Daily News

Today in the MHSAA: 5/21/24

By Geoff Kimmerly
MHSAA.com senior editor

May 21, 2024

1. SOFTBALL Morenci earned coach Kay Johnson her 1,000th career victory, 8-5 over East Jackson – Adrian Daily Telegram

2. SOFTBALL Division 1 honorable mention Midland Dow swept Flint Powers Catholic to claim the Saginaw Valley League title on a record-setting day – Midland Daily News

3. GIRLS SOCCER Division 3 No. 11 Essexville Garber claimed its fifth-straight league title with a draw against No. 14 Freeland in the Tri-Valley Conference Red – Bay City Times

4. SOFTBALL Division 2 honorable mention Milan and Division 1 No. 5 Saline finished off championship runs in their respective divisions of the Southeastern Conference – Ann Arbor News

5. TRACK & FIELD The McBain girls – No. 2 in Lower Peninsula Division 3 – and Manton boys won Highland Conference championships – Cadillac News | Athletic.net

6. BASEBALL Division 3 No. 14 Grass Lake finished its run to a fourth-straight Cascades Conference championship with a pair of wins over Brooklyn Columbia Central – Jackson Citizen Patriot

7. GIRLS TENNIS Grosse Ile swept Riverview to finish an undefeated Huron League dual season – Southgate News-Herald

8. GIRLS SOCCER Division 2 No. 15 Otsego advanced in its Division 2 District with a shootout win over Middleville Thornapple Kellogg – FOX 17

9. BOYS LACROSSE Oxford broke a tie after the third quarter to defeat Holly/Ortonville Brandon 12-8 in Division 1 Regional play – WJRT

10. BOYS LACROSSE New Baltimore Anchor Bay downed Macomb L’Anse Creuse North 13-6 in a Division 1 Regional Semifinal – Macomb Daily