Midland Boys Varsity Basketball

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Winter Season Try Out Schedule 2019-20

Specific Questions regarding try-outs and practices should be directed toward the Head Coach of the respective sport. Also see the article regarding GOLD CARD requirements found on www.chemics.net. First day of tryouts (practice)   Hockey Head Coach: Steve Witt (steve.witt.puzq@statefarm.com) TRY OUTS Monday, November 4th, 4:00-5:00 pm @ Midland Civic Arena Tuesday, November 5th, 4:00-5:00 pm @

Winter Season Gold Card Requirements

The Winter Sports season is approaching.  Are you planning to try out for a winter sport?   The following must be complete by a Midland High School athlete in order to practice or try out: Completed Athletic Physical Form in athletic office (exam must be dated on or after April 15, 2019 to be valid

Boys Basketball Camp Dates Announced

MHS BOYS BASKETBALL CAMP JUNE 10 –JUNE 13 MIDLAND HIGH SCHOOL   Grades (as of September 2019) 8th grade or below:  9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. 9th Graders:  10:30 to noon. 10th grade and above: noon to 1:30 p.m. Cost is $40.  Pay at door. Email Eric Krause at krauseej@midlandps.org if you have any questions,

2019 Tom Hursey Award Winners Announced

The second annual Tom Hursey Multi-Sport Athlete Award was given at the Senior award assembly on Tuesday, May 14th.  The award is named in honor of long-time Chemic coach and teacher Tom Hursey who himself was a multi-sport coach.  Hursey coached 21 seasons of boys basketball, 9 seasons of softball, 9 seasons of boys golf, and two

John White Shares #MyReasonWhy

Want to make the high school team? Want to be recruited for college? So many parents feel the pressure to force their kids all in too young, especially when colleges in sports likes women’s soccer and lacrosse are scouting middle school age events. (The NCAA, sadly, has refused to take action, even though the NCAA Men’s

District Champions! Student fan bus to regional

The Chemic boys basketball team defeated Mt. Pleasant on Friday night by a score of 63-52 in front of a packed house at Midland High School to win its first District championship since 2016.  The Oilers came into the game with a record of 19-1 and had beaten the Chemics in both of their regular