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Michigan

January 2, 2019

Michigan testing app to curb cheating in high school golf

Beginning this spring, high school golfers in Michigan will use an app to track their scores in real time in an effort to eliminate cheating in the sport. The pilot program begins with the 2019 boys golf spring season, and the Michigan High School...


August 8, 2018

Report: Concussions down nearly 10 percent in Michigan HS sports

Concussions are down, according to data compiled by the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) during its third year of collecting head injury reports from member high schools. This year’s data reinforces trends that emerged during th...


August 1, 2018

Survey: 43% of Michigan HS athletes play multiple sports

A survey released Tuesday by the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) showed that nearly 43 percent of the state's high school athletes play more than one sport. The survey was conducted by the MHSAA's Task Force on Multisport Partici...


January 31, 2018

Michigan continues to struggle finding referees for prep sports

Like more than a dozen other states, Michigan continues to have a hard time finding enough referees to staff high school games, and there's growing concern over whether that trend will continue. According to The Grand Rapids Press, the number of r...


August 8, 2017

Michigan announces concussion numbers from 2016-17 school year

From the MHSAA The Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) has completed its second year of collecting head injury reports from member schools as it continues to build data that will assist in identifying trends and progress being made t...


April 26, 2017

Michigan HS ‘Coach of the Year’ resigns over parents

A Michigan high school basketball coach, who earlier this year was named best coach in his class, has resigned. And he calls parents the No. 1 reason for his departure. Clayton Castor was the boys basketball coach at Gladstone High School, and las...


January 4, 2017

Petition asks Michigan association for competitive balance

A former Michigan prep football coach has started a petition asking the state's athletic association to consider measures that would create more competitive balance between public and private schools. The effort was started by Chad Phillips who, ...


October 5, 2016

Michigan prep tennis player awarded $30K in bullying lawsuit

A Michigan high school tennis player who claimed administrators ignored her complaints over bullying has been awarded a $30,000 settlement. Carly Pratt, a tennis star at Portage Central High School, filed a lawsuit against the school more than a ...