Monthly Archives: March 2008

A.A.A. … I can’t see a way

Last week’s proposed spin-off from the MHSAA — the  Amateur Athletic Association of Michigan — seems so unrealistic, I’m eager to see which schools would actually join it.

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Opening in the Woods

East Lansing basketball star Charlie Woods had re-opened his recruitment after initially verbally committing to the University of Denver during the season. Where could he end up?

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An apology to the Eastern track team

I have no excuse for the headline mistake off Tuesday’s MSU track invitational. All we can do is try to make it right, and we’ll definitely make sure the Quakers get their rightful pub this season.

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Updates galore

On open football coaching jobs, MSU’s soccer game at Mason and the wrestling Dream Team.

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Coming up

Here’s a tentative schedule of the rest of the all-area teams and spring previews…

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Wrestling with selections

Here are some Honor Roll Meet matches I wish we’d seen. They’d be helping me a bunch in the all-area picks I’m trying to make.

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Update on MSU soccer exhibition at Mason

We ran something Wednesday about Mason hosting a Michigan State men’s soccer exhibition game later this month as a fundraiser. A key piece of information has changed.

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5…4…trying to do better than 3

The Michigan High School Athletic Association has updated its five-season proposal with what seems like a more attractive four-season plan. Currently, sports are spread over three seasons.

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The Dream Team

You’ll start seeing those Sunday, starting with hockey.

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Courtside Education

Coaches certainly are (or should be) a large part of the high school educational process. And there are advantages to having coaches who are also teachers, no question. But this weekend’s local basketball semifinalists were two good examples of why … Continue reading

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