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This meeting will be held at St Catherine's High School. We will be voting on proposals at this meeting. The date is March 7th at 6:00PM for committees and 7:00PM for regular meeting.
State Finals 2017
In a great start to a good day for field hockey both teams came to play. The Forest Hills team from Grand Rapids was the home team. University of Liggett was listed as the visitor. The game was tight with Forest Hills having more offensive corners but unable to convert with good defense from Liggett. Regular time ended with the score tied at 1-1. After Forest Hills starting with the ball in the 7 vs 7 overtime, Forest Hills progressed the ball quickly earning a corner. The first corner was all Forest Hills needed scoring inside the first minute. Well played by both teams a great ending to a very good Division 2 year.
The second game featured the home team Huron vs the visitor from Dexter. The scoring started by the River Rats. Dexter unfazed by the goal came back quickly and scored a goal of their own. The score remained tied through most of the second half. Late in the second half Huron provided the second goal. Dexter again did not give up with the coaches making adjustments to earn the goal back but in the end the goal did not come. Dexter fought with great heart, but Huron proved to be to much as they were all season. Huron wins ending a dream season with no losses.
Congratulations to all four teams You represented Michigan Field Hockey State in an ending to the season we all can be proud of.
Division 1 came down to a shoot out between Ann Arbor Pioneer and a Dexter team looking to avenge last years loss. The night was cold and the play was great but in the end Dexter wins to get a shot at the title to erase any memories of last year. Well done both teams.
Division 1's first semi-final was contested between Ann Arbor Huron and the Marian Mustangs. Marian played well but the undefeated team from Ann Arbor was a little to much. They will get a chance on Saturday to see if they can complete a season with no losses. in the end a great season for both teams,.
Division 2 Game 2 University of Liggett was hard to stop as the defeated St Catherine's field hockey team by a score of 4-1. Although St Catherines had a great year with only one loss Ligget was more than up to the task. Great season by both teams will done players and coaches.
Division 2 Game 1 Forrest Hills came into the night with only one loss but Farmington came to play. In a tight game the team from Grand Rapids supplied the only goal pushing them to the finals. Forrest Hills was the regular season champ by a tye breaker over St Catherine. Well done players and coaches. We will see University of Liggett and Forrest Hills at 2:00 ay Huron High School to decide this years champions.
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Anyone who has met Maeve Donevan knows she embodies a leader. On and off the field, Maeve demonstrates passion and hard work. I’ve had the pleasure of being friends with Maeve since I was 4. She has been my “summer sister” for many years, and there is no one more deserving of the collegiate field hockey opportunity.
Sophie Schoeni will attend Tufts University in Medford, Massachusetts competing as a student athlete in the NESCAC Conference this fall 2018.
MICHIGAN HIGH SCHOOL FIELD HOCKEY 2016
The Michigan High School Field Hockey Association has crowned its State Tournament Champions. For Division I, Ann Arbor Pioneer won their third consecutive State Championship. In Division II, Detroit Country Day School won its first Field Hockey State Championship. Congratulations to both teams on a fantastic season. Both finals were hard fought with no scoring in regular time. DCD came out on top going to a shoot-out against Hartland. Pioneer scored the lone goal during field play in the 7 v 7 overtime against Dexter.
Also Congratulations to the Regular Season Title Winners - D1 Pioneer Pioneers and D2 DCD Yellow Jackets. As a result of DCD's winning D2, they will move up to compete in D1 for the 2016 season.
The M.H.S.F.H.A has now completed its 2016 season. We thank all the schools, fans, parents, players, and coaches for another great season of field hockey. We wish everyone a good off-season and look forward to the start of our 2017 season.
2016 MHSFHA TOURNAMENT RESULTS
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|Division 1||Ann Arbor Pioneers|
|Division 2||DCD Yellow Jackets|