Monthly Archives: July 2008

Last lap after decade of winners

I couldn’t believe it Wednesday when I heard Brent Pohlonski was done coaching Holt’s swimming teams. But the news is true, and he’ll be missed both at the pool and behind the scenes.

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District Disturbance

Is giving up neutral court in the playoffs worth saving some gas money? Today’s MHSAA representative council blog considers that possibility.

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Getting to know you … earlier

Today’s MHSAA representative council blog deals with new policy increasing high schools’ abilities to meet with potential athletes during junior high and middle school.

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Shore to Shore

The Grand Ledge boys cross country team began a 220-mile “Shore to Shore Relay” for the Multiple Sclerosis Society today.

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Reaching Higher, but how far-reaching …

Continuing with our MHSAA representative council blogs, today we’re looking at BCAM-sponsored basketball camps starting next summer that appear to be an option versus those related to the club/AAU/youth circuits.

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Planting a Seed

For the first in a series of blogs looking at moves made during the MHSAA’s spring representative council meeting, we’ll discuss the decision to seed wrestling teams at the quarterfinal level of the team state tournament.

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District Dazzle

The MHSAA has posted its boys basketball districts for next season. And if you thought it impossible to make tougher last season’s DeWitt district, think again.

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Catching up

After a two-week hiatus, "Get Prepped" is back with a few summer headlines.

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School’s out for Summer

Aside from a few all-star games later this month, the 2007-08 school year is history.

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