posted on January 07, 2021 13:19
Contact: Geoff Kimmerly
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EAST LANSING, Mich. – Jan. 7 – The list of links to live-streamed broadcasts of this weekend’s 11 and 8-Player Football Playoff games has been posted to the Michigan High School Athletic Association website and will be updated to include not only the rest of this weekend’s games and next weekend’s 11-Player Semifinals but also next week’s girls volleyball and girls swimming & diving events as those broadcasts become finalized.
Find the list of broadcasts at https://www.mhsaa.com/tv. It is anticipated that all 33 football games Saturday will be streamed live. All 16 Volleyball Quarterfinals also are expected to be streamed live.
The Volleyball Semifinals and Finals and Lower Peninsula Girls Swimming & Diving Finals during the weekend of Jan. 14-16 will be broadcast on MHSAA.tv (http://www.mhsaa.tv). Football Finals in both 8-player on Jan. 16 and 11-player Jan. 22-23 will be broadcast by FOX Sports Detroit (with schedule of streaming and cable to be announced).
This week also sees the return of “This Week in High School Sports” – the MHSAA Network’s five-minute radio program which airs on more than 100 stations and audio webcast outlets across the state as part of their weekly prep coverage.
This week’s edition begins with a welcome back to Fall Tournaments from MHSAA Executive Director Mark Uyl, explains the selection process for championship officials in “Be the Referee” and closes with a look back at one of 2020’s most uplifting stories featuring runners from Grand Rapids West Catholic and Remus Chippewa Hills at the Lower Peninsula Cross Country Finals. Click to listen.
Links to all editions of 2020-21 “This Week In High School Sports” plus a list of radio stations carrying the program are available at https://www.mhsaa.com/News/This-Week-in-High-School-Sports.
The MHSAA is a private, not-for-profit corporation of voluntary membership by more than 1,500 public and private senior high schools and junior high/middle schools which exists to develop common rules for athletic eligibility and competition. No government funds or tax dollars support the MHSAA, which was the first such association nationally to not accept membership dues or tournament entry fees from schools. Member schools which enforce these rules are permitted to participate in MHSAA tournaments, which attract more than 1.4 million spectators each year.