Video shows Hamilton HS (AZ) making incredible comeback vs. Bishop Gorman (NV)

On Friday night, No. 24 Hamilton HS (AZ) trailed No. 7 Bishop Gorman (NV) 24-7 with just over a minute remaining in the fourth quarter but Hamilton stormed back to score 18 points and win the game 25-24 Watch as it begins with Hamilton connecting on a long field goal before recovering an onside kick, … Read more

15-year-old Detroit Catholic Central football player dies

According to reports, Stephen Sylvester, who was a 15-year-old sophomore football player at Detroit Catholic Central has died just five days after collapsing during a team practice. From Detroit News: “We are incredibly saddened by the passing of Stephen,” a statement from Detroit Catholic Central read. “He was a bright young man, and a valued … Read more

High school phenom Chris Webber jumps over defender for dunk [Video]

If you are my age and from around the Metro Detroit area, you almost certainly were very aware of Chris Webber all the way back to when he absolutely dominated the competition for Country Day High School. Here is a flashback to when Webber jumped over an innocent defender for a slam dunk. Unfortunately for … Read more

MHSAA to ignore Governor Whitmer’s suggestion for two-week pause

On Friday, Governor Gretchen Whitmer held a press conference to discuss the current state of affairs when it comes to COVID-19 in the state of Michigan. During the presser, Whitmer suggested a two-week pause for youth sports, which includes high school sports in the state. Well, according to MHSAA Executive Director Mark Uyl, high school … Read more

MHSAA Fall Sports tournaments to resume

If you have been hoping and praying for the MHSAA fall sports playoffs to resume, you will love this news. Following today’s news from Governor Whitmer, the MHSAA Has now announced that they will complete their fall tournaments. From MHSAA: The Football Playoffs will begin again Saturday, Jan. 2, with Regional Finals for 11-player teams … Read more

MHSAA issues statement after extension of COVID-19 restrictions

The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services made the decision earlier today to extend their round of current COVID-19 restrictions, which includes high school sports. Had the restrictions expired without an extension, high school football and volleyball playoffs would have been scheduled to resume December 15; winter sports practices would have resumed on December … Read more

MHSAA tells Gov. Whitmer, ‘Let’s have our kids playing’

An executive order from Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer put a moratorium on all high school sports in the state through December 8, as well as indoor dining. As a result, football, volleyball, and girls swimming and diving were all put on pause. And now, the MHSAA is issuing a plea to Whitmer – let us … Read more

MHSAA suspends high school sports following Gov. Whitmer press conference

On Sunday evening, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced wide-ranging restrictions to help fight the spread of COVID-19, and part of those restrictions will impact high school sports in Michigan. According to Whitmer, high school sports will be paused for three weeks. Following Whitmer’s press conference, MHSAA executive director Mark Uyl made the decision to suspend high … Read more

Report: 16 Michigan HS football games cancelled or put in limbo due to COVID-19

According to a report from the Detroit Free Press, this week’s matchup between Ann Arbor Huron and Ypsilanti has been canceled due to a AA Huron player testing positive for COVID-19. With this game being canceled, the Free Press is reporting that 16 games have either been canceled or put in limbo this week because … Read more

Michigan high school football reinstated by Gov. Whitmer

On Thursday, Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced that fall sports for Michigan high schools, including football, have been reinstated. According to reports, the high school football season will begin Sept. 17-18 with the Week 4 schedule. High school football is back! Will begin Sept. 17-18 with Week 4 schedule. Everyone in the state playoffs. Volleyball, soccer … Read more

MHSAA moves high school football to spring

It seemed like just a matter of time before it happened but it now has. Just moments ago, the MHSAA announced they are moving the high school football season to the spring of 2021. From MHSAA: The Representative Council of the Michigan High School Athletic Association today announced it will move the 2020 Fall football … Read more

Should these 43 Michigan high schools be forced to change their nickname?

With the NFL’s Washington franchise making it official that they are dropping the “Redskins” nickname, there has been plenty of discussions about which other professional franchises should also consider changing their nicknames. Some of those teams include the Cleveland Indians, Kansas City Chiefs, Chicago Blackhawks, and Atlanta Braves. But in addition to professional teams, there … Read more