Sports

“Disappointed.” “Sad.” “Breaks your heart.” “My heart goes out to the seniors.” “The season that could have been.” Coaches, players, and parents found out last week that the spring sports season for Grayling High School and all other schools in Michigan was cancelled due to the...
It’s over. The Michigan High School Athletic Association – at approximately 1 p.m. on Friday, April 3 – announced that it was officially cancelling unfinished 2019-2020 winter sports tournaments and all of the 2020 spring sports campaign due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. “The Michigan...
After several delays, the Viking Activity Center – an expansion of Grayling High School’s physical education facilities – opened last week in time for the beginning of spring sports practices. The school hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony and open house event on Monday, presenting the recently...
Grayling High School’s varsity boys basketball team ended its 2019-2020 season with an 80-54 District 34-2 playoff loss vs. the Boyne City Ramblers on Wednesday. The game was close in the first half – Boyne City led by one after two quarters of play – and the score was tied with 4:35 left in the...
Usually, the biggest obstacle that Michigan high school spring sports teams face at this time of the year is the weather. Has the snow melted? Are the fields and the courts dry? Is it warm enough to practice outside? This year, however, amid growing nation-wide concerns regarding the...
Three Grayling High School wrestlers qualified for the Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 3 state finals this year, and all three of them earned medals. Joe Armstrong (103), Zach Duncan (112), and Max Halstead (152) competed at the state finals at Ford Field in Detroit on Friday...
It’s Tournament Time for high school basketball in Michigan, and the playoff action will get underway during the week of March 2-6 with the district round for girls basketball. The Grayling Vikings are in Division 2 District 34 for the Michigan High School Athletic Association playoffs this...
Grayling High School’s varsity wrestling team advanced to the Region 117-3 finals with a semifinal victory vs. the Gladstone Braves, but the Vikings ended their pursuit of a regional title with a loss vs. the Kingsley Stags – the host school for the Region 117-3 tournament – on Wednesday night...
Three wrestlers from Grayling High School – Joe Armstrong, Zach Duncan, and Max Halstead – earned berths in the upcoming Michigan High School Athletic Association state finals with their placements at Saturday’s individual regionals. Grayling sent six wrestlers to the Region 9-3 tournament at...
Six Grayling High School wrestlers – Joe Armstrong, Zach Duncan, Jesse Vandecasteele, Tucker Mertes, Max Halstead, and Parker Dole – qualified for individual regionals on Saturday with their finishes at the Michigan High School Athletic Association’s Individual District 17-3 tournament, an event...

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