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9th grade Football workouts begin

Any 8th grader that wishes to play football at MHS next year.  The 9th grade coaches will be running an after school strength, speed, and agility program on M-W-F from 3:20-4:15 PM at Midland High.  These workouts will begin on Monday January 27th. You can reach Coach Kendall Root at with any questions.

Midland High School Basketball JV Girls beats Bay City Central High School 59-20

Sport Basketball JV Girls Home Score 59 Away Score 20 Game Recap The Midland HS JV girls basketball team downed Bay City Central, 59-20, on Tuesday. Abbie Frasher paced the Chemics with 20 points, while Riley Hazen added 12. Box Scores Box Score: 1st 2nd 3rd 4th OT1 OT2 Bay City Central High School Midland

Midland High School Basketball JV Girls beats Mt. Pleasant High School 39-29

Sport Basketball JV Girls Home Score 29 Away Score 39 Game Recap The Midland Jv girls basketball won at Mt. Pleasant 39-29. A balanced scoring attack featured Abbie Frasher with 7, Alexa Jozwiak and Emily Kreusch with 6, and Kelly Marsh and Taylor McGuirk with 5 points each. The Chemics improve to 3-1 on the

Down, but not done

The wheels of the bike screeched as the front tire flew up a three-inch lip on the Pere Marquette Rail Trail. Rebecca Singer’s surroundings blurred as she fell off the bike and landed chin-first on the cement. As blood dripped down her face, she spit a broken tooth into her hand. “I broke my jaw

Boys Basketball Gearing Up

Midland High is not usually known for its basketball success. So when the varsity basketball team found themselves competing in a regional semi-final game last year against Saginaw High, many students and community members were surprised. The team was not. This year the team has similar plans. When asked about expectations for his senior season,

Lady Chemics shooting for championships

Last season the girls’ varsity basketball team went 13-8. This year they hope improve even more. With many goals for their season, including scoring over 500 points and beating Dow High, they have a lot of work to do to get ready for the upcoming season. “We’re always shooting for Saginaw Valley, I think that’s

Back in Blue

Junior Jon Evans sits in the locker room on game day, time before the puck is dropped dwindles away. Around and around he loops the white athletic tape from one side of his hockey stick to the other, heel to toe. Music resonates in the background; Evans sets his freshly taped stick up against his