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2nd place @ Stockbridge Invite 

 

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Silver Division champs @ Hudson 

 

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We have finalized a 4-game Middle School football schedule. @ Whitmore Lake Secondary School instagram.com/p/CFsYgOJHJGN/…

8:23 PM - 28 Sep 20

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2:17 PM - 26 Sep 20

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1:49 PM - 26 Sep 20

The JV football team plays at Notre Dame Prep at 5:30 on Thursday (1300 Giddings Rd, Pontiac, MI 48340)   Attached you will find our team, coach, and spectator guidelines ...

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Time will tell if Whitmore Lake’s run game can be as good as in 2019  

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Governor Whitmer Signs Order Reopening Gyms and Pools, Permitting Organized Sports With Strict Safety Measures   MDHHS Guidance Strongly Recommend s  Against  Contact Sports Re...

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Dear Parents,   Yesterday we received an update from the MHSAA.  As of now, volleyball basically continues in a holding pattern, with no inside activities yet.  Because of this, we are making some adjustments to our practice plan.  Until further notice, we will be practicing outside at the old athletic complex off Jennings road by the old middle school.  There are two grass volleyball courts behind the play structure, adjacent to the baseball field that we will be utilizing.   Practices will still begin on Monday, August 24, but will run from 3:00 - 4:30 until further notice.  We will let you know if there are any changes.  A weekly update of practice times will also be posted at the following link:  http://rickard1.weebly. com/ms-volleyball.html ...

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1 month ago

Update on both high school and middle school football:   As posted last Friday, the MHSAA football seasons (HS and MS) have been postponed to the spring.  After sitting on a c...

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Dear MHSAA Community, MHSAA staff has been working diligently for months with the Governor’s office and health department officials on return to activity plans during the COVID pandemic.  On June 30, Governor Whitmer released the MI Safe Schools Roadmap and it tasked the MHSAA with creating and publishing the guidance for the reopening of school sports.  For the past eight weeks, staff has worked to fulfill this mandate and has published all materials at MHSAA.com.  During this process, the MHSAA has made certain that athletic guidance complies with all Executive Orders of the Governor. Over the past two weeks, our staff has been in regular communication with the Governor’s office seeking further clarification and guidance on issues within the current Executive Orders as well as answers on the use of indoor school gyms and swimming pools in Regions 1-5 and 7.  Today, the Representative Council was ready to allow competition in all Regions of the state in  boys soccer ,  girls swimming & diving  and  volleyball  but was not able to do so yet because of these unanswered questions. It is our hope that further guidance on these questions will reach the MHSAA within the coming week.  The MHSAA, the Representative Council and member schools are committed to following all current and future Executive Orders in keeping our athletic programs fully compliant with all orders and by following all safety precautions. Based on these facts, the Representative Council approved the following items today, subject to current and future Executive Orders. Competition in  boys soccer ,  girls swimming & diving  and  volleyball  in Regions 6 and 8 may begin as scheduled on August 21 with all published safety protocols being followed.  All individuals not in active participation (players in the game and officials) must wear a face covering at all times which includes substitutes, coaches, game workers/management, auxiliary or support personnel, medical personnel, media members and spectators.  School personnel, not contest officials, are responsible for face covering compliance. In Regions 6 and 8, the  outdoor limitations  are 25% of the venue capacity or 500, whichever is smaller and includes all persons (players, coaches, officials, game workers, medical personnel, media and spectators).  In Regions 6 and 8, the indoor gymnasium limitations are 25% of the venue capacity or 250 individuals, whichever is smaller, that again includes all persons.   Indoor pools in these two Regions are limited to 25% of the bather capacity for that pool. In Regions 1-5 and 7, competition in  boys soccer ,  girls swimming & diving  and  volleyball  may begin upon the issuance of future Executive Order(s) permitting soccer competition and opening of indoor school facilities for volleyball and swimming competition.  Under current Executive Orders, these three sports in Regions 1-5 and 7 may continue to practice outdoors under published protocols but may not compete within these six Regions.  Schools could travel into Regions 6 and 8 and compete based on the guidance above. Beginning on Monday, August 24, out-of-season  football  is allowed 16 voluntary coach-player contact days (with more than four players) with helmets only until October 31.  Consistent with the Representative Council’s decision last week to move the football season from fall to spring, no competition or practice with students from other schools is allowed on any of the 16 voluntary coach-player contact days and this allowance is for practice sessions on-site at school facilities if the school permits with all stated safety protocols being followed.  The guidelines from the Acclimatization Week on August 10-16 shall be followed on all coach-player contact days used with all activity taking place outdoors. Non sport-specific conditioning continues to be permitted with all published safety protocols. The four-player rule resumes on November 1 for football.  The MHSAA has heard from numerous schools and individuals about the need for students to stay connected with school coaches for a variety of wellness and mental health reasons.  This allowance for football seeks to address that concern. Beginning on Tuesday, September 8,  all spring sports  are allowed 16 voluntary, out-of-season coach-player contact days (more than 4 players) until October 31.  No competition or practice with students from other schools is allowed on any of the 16 voluntary coach-player contact days; this allowance is for practice sessions on-site at school facilities if the school permits with all stated safety protocols being followed.  Non sport-specific conditioning continues to be permitted with all published safety protocols.  Guidance for spring sport contact days will be available on each sport’s home page at MHSAA.com by September 1.  These will be similar to the protocols used during the summer with all activity taking place outdoors. The four-player rule resumes on November 1 for spring sports.   The MHSAA has heard from numerous schools about the need for students to stay connected with school coaches for a variety of wellness and mental health reasons, especially for spring sports that lost entire seasons last spring.  This allowance for all spring sports seeks to address that concern. The four-player rule continues for  winter sports  following all published safety protocols.  This activity must take place outdoors, subject to current and future Executive Orders. Sideline cheer  activities (practices and cheering for fall contests) are allowed until the preseason downtime for competitive cheer begins on October 25. Sideline cheer activities must follow the protocol of using face-coverings, physical distancing and no stunting which keeps this activity in the low-risk group.  This activity must take place outdoors, subject to current and future Executive Orders.  MHSAA junior high/middle school regulations allow fall sports practices to begin on Monday, August 24 at school facilities if the school permits with all stated safety protocols being followed. Schools may proceed in all middle school sports except football this fall based on decisions of leagues and/or individual schools. Finally, the Council reaffirmed that  MHSAA Handbook , Regulation II, Sections 9-11 limits a student to only  one football season in a school year .  For example, if a student participates in fall football in a different state, that student would be ineligible for a second football season in the spring in Michigan even if an exception to the transfer rule were met.  We understand that some school districts may opt-out of fall sports.  If your fall teams do not intend to have a fall season, please alert the MHSAA. The MHSAA will continue to keep schools informed with additional and updated information as we have throughout the COVID pandemic. This email is being shared with member schools at 2:30 p.m.  It will be released to media and others at 2:45 p.m.  Please do not share with others until 2:45 p.m. Thank you. Mark Uyl MHSAA Executive Director mark@mhsaa.com ...

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Boys Varsity Football

1 month ago

Here is the latest update from the MHSAA regarding fall sports.  The Representative Council met to discuss fall sports.  Here is a summary of the action taken. Approved a “phased-in” approach to fall athletics. Eliminated scrimmages in all fall sports; the only occasions where students from different schools would be together is for official games, matches, meets, and competitions. Finalized the fall sports guidance documents for the safe return to activity.  This guidance includes general information along with sport-specific directives for students, coaches, staff, officials, and media members.  Spectator guidance will be added once those numbers of individual limits are finalized by the Governor’s office.  These documents are posted at mhsaa.com ...

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