2022-23 Fall Sport Registration and Start Dates

2022-23 Fall Sport Registration and Start Dates

2022-23 Fall Sport Registration Process

  1. The fall sports registration page will soon be active at this link.  All students participating in a fall sport will need to complete their registration before he/she is eligible to compete.  Through the registration page, parents will be able to take care of pay-to-play fees online.
  2. MHSAA Physical Forms are available both in the high school office and by clicking here.  A physical exam conducted on/after April 15, 2022 is required for all students participating in a fall sports.  Students will not be able to begin formal practice activity until this form has been submitted to the Athletics Office.

Fall Sport Start Date and Coach Contact Information

  • Cross Country
      • First Practice DateMonday, August 8 
      • Facebook Page:  “MSHS Cross Country
      • Coach ContactTBD; TBD
  • Dance Team
      • First Practice DateMonday, June 20
      • Coach Contact Jayme L’Huillier; Jaymelhuillier17@gmail.com
  • Football
      • First Practice DateMonday, August 8
      • Facebook Page:  “2020 Marquette Redmen Football
      • Varsity Coach ContactEric Mason; ejmason7@yahoo.com
      • JV Coach ContactLogan Kruhlik; TBD
      • Freshman Coach ContactJoe Levandoski; jlevandoski@mapsnet.org
  • Sideline Cheer
      • First Practice DateMonday, August 8 
      • Facebook Page:  “MSHS Cheer
      • Coach Contact: Bridget Johnson; bridgetjjohnson@yahoo.com
  • Boys Soccer
      • Tryout DatesAugust 8-10 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at the Kaufman Sports Complex
      • Parent MeetingMonday, August 8 at 5:15 p.m. in the pavilion at the Kaufman Sports Complex
      • Facebook Page:  “MSHS Girls & Boys Soccer
      • Varsity Coach Contact:  Dan Salmon; yooperchzhed@gmail.com
      • JV Coach Contact:  John Balmat; balmat.john@gmail.com
  • Girls Tennis
      • First Practice DateMonday, August 8 from 9:00-11:00 a.m.
      • Facebook Page:  “MSHS Girls Tennis
      • Coach ContactKarl Thomsen; kthomsen@mapsnet.org
  • Volleyball
      • Tryout DatesAugust 8-10 at MSHS (Varsity – 9:00-11:00 a.m.; Freshman – 11:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.; JV – 12:00-2:00 p.m.)
      • Facebook Page:  “Marquette Redettes Volleyball
      • Varsity Coach ContactAnn Crandell-Williams; anncrand@gmail.com
      • JV Coach ContactTracy Hruska; articatz@aol.com
      • Freshman Coach ContactDawn Kruhak; dkruhak@mapsnet.org

Voluntary Summer Training Opportunities:

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Zoe Smith and Axel Vermaat Selected As First Bank Outstanding Scholar-Athletes for 2021-22

Zoe Smith and Axel Vermaat Selected As First Bank Outstanding Scholar-Athletes for 2021-22

MSHS seniors Zoe Smith (girls basketball, girls golf) and Axel Vermaat (boys soccer, boys basketball) have been named as the recipients of the First Bank Outstanding Scholar-Athletes for the 2021-22 academic year.

Thank you to First Bank for their continued support of MSHS and its student-athletes through this award.

Selection criteria for the First Bank Outstanding Scholar-Athlete Award are:

  1. Academic excellence based on cumulative GPA, academic honors received and class standing.
  2. Athletic performance and accolades with students having earned a minimum of four varsity letters. In addition, honorees must have earned varsity letters in at least two sports.
  3. Extracurricular involvement in MSHS clubs/organizations as well as a demonstrated commitment to community service.

Zoe Smith participates in the MSHS Girls Basketball and Girls Golf programs.  She holds a 3.97 cumulative GPA.

Smith’s 2021-22 Involvement and Achievements:

  • Girls Basketball:  BCAM “Outstanding Senior Student-Athlete” Award, All-Great Northern Conference Second Team
  • Girls Golf:  All-U.P. Second Team; All-Great Northern Conference  First Team
  • Additional Extracurricular Involvement:  Student Council Vice President; National Honor Society
  • Other Accomplishments:  Herman E. Olson Citizenship Kaufman Award; Local Scholarship; Kiwanis “Athlete of the Month” – January
  • Post-Graduation Plans:  Attend Grand Valley State University and study business and marketing

 

Axel Vermaat participates in the MSHS Boys Soccer and Boys Basketball programs.  He owns a cumulative GPA of 4.37.

Vermaat’s 2021-22 Involvement and Achievements:

  • Boys Soccer:  Team Captain; Led Team in Assists (18); Third in Goals (10); helped team to 14th consecutive U.P. Championship (21-2 record)
  • Boys Basketball:  Started at guard in all 21 games in the 2021-22 season
  • Additional Extracurricular Involvement:  National Honor Society Treasurer; Student Council; Disc Golf Club; Ping Pong Club; Sierra Club Student Coalition
  • Other Accomplishments:  2021-22 Academic Kaufman Award; Excellence in Education Scholarship; Local Scholarship; Elks State Scholarship; AP Scholar with Distinction; Kiwanis “Athlete of the Month” – October
  • Post-Graduation Plans: Attend college and pursue a career as an economist or politician.
Maria Millado & Wyatt Kuhlman Named 2021-22 MSHS “Athletes of the Year”

Maria Millado & Wyatt Kuhlman Named 2021-22 MSHS “Athletes of the Year”

On Thursday morning (6/2/22), student-athletes honored during the 2021-22 academic year as “Athletes of the Month” were invited to again celebrate their collective and individual accomplishments.  Each year, Marquette Senior High School is fortunate to have Superiorland Kiwanis sponsor these monthly events to provide its deserving student-athletes with “Athlete of the Month” awards at recognition ceremonies taking place throughout the academic year.

Although student-athletes are recognized for their accomplishments within one sport during the monthly ceremonies, many go on to participate in subsequent sport seasons and accumulate additional athletics honors.  From the group of honorees, two student-athletes were selected as the 2021-22.

MSHS Athletics, along with Superiorland Kiwanis, are proud to announce that Maria Millado (volleyball; girls basketball) and Wyatt Kuhlman (football; wrestling) have been named as the 2021-22 Student-Athletes of the Year.

2021-22 MSHS Female Athlete of the Year – Maria Millado

  • Sports Participated InVolleyball, Girls Basketball
  • Accolades – Team2021 GNC Volleyball Champions; 2021-22 GNC Girls Basketball Champions
  • Accolades – Individual:
    • VolleyballAVCA Best & Brightest Award First Team; All-Region; GNC Player of the Year; Four School Records Set (Most Digs – Season, Most Blocks -Match, Most Blocks – Season, Most Blocks- Career)
    • Girls BasketballAll-U.P. First Team; GNC Player of the Year; GNC Defensive Player of the Year
    • Other2021-22 Michigan Multi-Sport Athlete of the Year – Girls Class A

 

2021-22 MSHS Male Athlete of the Year – Wyatt Kuhlman

  • Sports Participated InFootball, Wrestling
  • Accolades – Team2021 U.P. Large School Football “Team of the Year”; 2021 GNC Football Champions
  • Accolades – Individual:
    • FootballTeam Captain; All-U.P. “Dream Team”; All-GNC
    • WrestlingTeam Captain; U.P. Champion (160 pounds); U.P. “Most Valuable Wrestler”; All-Region; 100 Career Victories

 

 

MSHS had a total of 18 student-athletes honored through the “Athlete of the Month” program in 2021-22.  The full list of honorees can be found below:

  • September 2021Kelsey Kivi (sideline cheer) & Austin Ridl (football)
  • October 2021Courtney Larson (girls cross country) & Axel Vermaat (boys soccer)
  • November 2021Maria Millado (volleyball) & Carson VanderSchaaf (boys cross country) 
  • December 2021Delaney Marchiol (girls swim & dive) & Jacob Garrow (hockey)
  • January 2022Zoe Smith (girls basketball) & Wyatt Kuhlman (wrestling)
  • February 2022Madalyn Stern (girls alpine skiing) & Liam McFarren (boys swim & dive)
  • March 2022Isabella DeMattia (dance team) & David Eberhard (boys basketball)
  • April 2022Isabella Lorens (girls soccer) & Samuel Markey (boys track & field)
  • May 2022Jordan Haynes (softball) & Desmond Mullen (baseball)

 

Jordan Haynes and Desmond Mullen Selected As May Student-Athletes of the Month

Jordan Haynes and Desmond Mullen Selected As May Student-Athletes of the Month

Marquette Senior High School, along with Superiorland Kiwanis, are proud to announce that Jordan Haynes (softball) and Desmond Mullen (baseball) have been named as the Student-Athletes of the Month for May 2022.

Jordan Haynes is a senior at MSHS and has concluded a fantastic four-year career as a member of the MSHS Softball program.

As a four-year member of the Varsity Softball Team, Jordan is an experienced leader within this year’s group and is leading by example.  She has been a solid lead-off hitter throughout her career and that is showing through this year by leading her senior class with an on-base percentage of .443.  She has a career batting average of .343 with 47 hits and leads her class with 33 doubles during her tenure in the softball program.

In the month of May, Jordan leads the team in plate appearances with 30, while carrying a .367 batting average, an on-base percentage of .387 and a fielding percentage of .833.

In addition to softball, Jordan has previously been a 2-year member of the girls basketball program and is a 3-year member of the MSHS Redmen Chorale.  Jordan is an academic standout as well with a 4.08 cumulative GPA to make her a regular on the honor roll and member of the National Honor Society.

Outside of school, Jordan enjoys fishing, camping and playing guitar.  Her post-graduation plans are to attend Northern Michigan University to pursue a business degree with an added minor in psychology.

Desmond Mullen is part of this year’s senior class and is putting the finishing touches on an excellent athletics career by participating as a member of the MSHS Varsity Baseball Team.

After playing baseball in little league and then taking some time away from the sport, Desmond returned to the diamond as part of this year’s varsity team and has excelled both at the plate and in the field.  In his 15 games played this season, Desmond has 51 plate appearances that have resulted in 15 hits, 6 RBIs and 17 runs for a batting average of .349 and an on-base percentage of .451.  His play this season recently saw him earn All-Great Northern Conference Second Team honors.

In addition to baseball, Desmond is also a four-year member of the MSHS Football Program and two-year member of the MSHS Wrestling Team.  After his senior season on the gridiron, which was his third as a member of the Varsity team, Desmond was rewarded for his play as both a running back and defensive back by being named All-State Second Team (defensive back), All-U.P. “Dream Team” (defensive back) and All-Great Northern Conference (running back and defensive back).

Desmond excels in the classroom as well with a 3.71 cumulative GPA to consistently put him on the honor roll and included in the National Honor Society.  Outside of school, Desmond volunteers time assisting with Special Olympics.  In February 2022, Desmond signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Michigan Tech University, where he will participate as a member of the Huskies’ Football Program beginning next fall.

Madalyn Stern and Austin Ridl Receive 2021-22 Kaufman Organizational Awards For Athletics

Madalyn Stern and Austin Ridl Receive 2021-22 Kaufman Organizational Awards For Athletics

On Wednesday evening (5/18/22), MSHS seniors Madalyn Stern (alpine skiing, girls soccer) and Austin Ridl (football, track & field) were honored with the MSHS Athletics Organizational Awards from the L.G. Kaufman Endowment School Fund.

Criteria for the award are based on demonstrated qualities in three areas: character, leadership and excellence.

Madlyn Stern is the daughter of Ryan and Hilary Stern.  Maddy is a four-year member of the MSHS Girls Alpine Ski team and was team captain for the 2022 season. Maddy had an incredible run in her final campaign that demonstrated the time, hard work and dedication that she has put into the sport over her career.

By season’s end, Maddy had earned a U.P. Championship in Giant Slalom (GS), an MHSAA Regional Championship in Slalom (5th in GS), and culminated when she captured the 2022 MHSAA Division 1 State Championship in Giant Slalom (8th in Slalom). To go along with these postseason finishes, Maddy was named as the U.P. Girls Skier of the Year and selected to the All-State and All-U.P. Teams.

Maddy’s commitment to excellence extends into the classroom as well. She earned the Academic All-State Award from the Michigan High School Ski Coaches Association (MHSSCA) both this season and as a junior in 2021.

Maddy hopes to attend Northern Michigan University and pursue a nursing degree while also competing on the Wildcats Alpine Ski Team.

Austin Ridl is the son of Jamie Ridl and Molly Mikesch.

Austin has been the leader of the MSHS Varsity Football team for the past three seasons. His play at the quarterback position guided the program to new levels of success with three consecutive MHSAA postseason appearances, three consecutive Great Northern Conference championships and the team being recognized as the U.P. “Team of the Year” for the past two seasons.

In his final season in red and white, Austin passed for 2,237 yards with 26 touchdowns and rushed for 355 yards with 3 touchdowns. These marks, along with his invaluable leadership and work ethic, earned him multiple postseason accolades including Honorable Mention All-State, All-Region; All-U.P. “Dream Team”; and All-Great Northern Conference honors.

In addition to football, Austin is also a member of the MSHS boys track and field program where is he a member of the reigning U.P. champion 800 Meter Relay team and was a member of the 400 Meter Relay team that set a new school record last season.

In February of this year, Austin signed a National Letter of Intent to attend Michigan Tech University, where he will participate as a member of the Huskies football program. His program of study has not yet been decided.

Bella Lorens and Sam Markey Selected As April Student-Athletes of the Month

Bella Lorens and Sam Markey Selected As April Student-Athletes of the Month

Marquette Senior High School, along with Superiorland Kiwanis, are proud to announce that Bella Lorens (girls soccer) and Sam Markey (boys track & field) have been named as the Student-Athletes of the Month for April 2022.

Bella Lorens is a junior at MSHS and is in the midst of a fantastic year as a forward on the MSHS Varsity Girls Soccer Team.

At the midpoint of the girl’s soccer season, Bella has been a force on offense to help lead the team to its current record of 5-1-3.  The team is fresh off of a strong performance at the Petoskey Invitational where they more than held their own against quality downstate competition.  In the nine games played thus far, Bella leads the way with 10 goals and 3 assists.  Aside from her productions, Bella commands the full attention of every opponent’s defense and often uses that to help find scoring opportunities for her teammates.

In addition to girl’s soccer, Bella was a member of the MSHS Varsity Girls Basketball Team that captured the Great Northern Conference championship this season.  Bella is a standout in the classroom as well, where she owns a 3.70 GPA to earn her a place on the MSHS Honor Roll and membership in the National Honor Society.

A commitment to service is also something that Bella demonstrates though volunteerism in the Marquette Jr. Wildcats Youth Basketball and MSHS 8th Grade Orientation programs.  With another year left to finalize, Bella’s post-graduation plans have not yet been finalized but she plans to pursue an opportunity to play college soccer and major in pre-medicine.

Sam Markey is a senior at MSHS and is having a phenomenal season as a hurdling specialist on the MSHS Boys Track & Field Team.

After placing fourth in the 110-meter hurdles at last year’s MHSAA Division 1 U.P. Finals, Sam put in the work in the offseason to take his ability to the next level for his senior year.  In the team’s four meets this season, Sam has not only captured first place in the 110-meter hurdles at each event, but also equaled or bettered his time in each performance.

Sam’s most recent outing was last Friday (5/6/22), when the team traveled to Gaylord to compete in the 22-team Blue Devil Classic.  The new and additional competition was no issue for Sam as he brought home first place in the 110-meter hurdles with a time of 16.28 and solidifying his spot as the top athlete in his craft this season.

Sam’s athletics interests are not limited to the track as he is also a member of the MSHS Nordic Skiing and Cross Country programs.  Outside of school, Sam has dedicated considerable time to service work as an Eagle Scout and volunteer with the Boy Scouts of America and as a member of the Ski Patrol at Marquette Mountain.

Upon graduating from MSHS as a member of the Class of 2022, Sam is still undecided on his future plans but is considering attending trade school or coursework at a college/university.

Maria Millado Selected As MHSCA’s Rich Tompkins Multi-Sport Athlete Of The Year

Maria Millado Selected As MHSCA’s Rich Tompkins Multi-Sport Athlete Of The Year

Belleville MI, – The Michigan High School Coaches Association, the professional organization of school coaches and athletic directors, (MHSCA) has selected Maria Millado as the Class A – Girls recipient of the 2021-22 MHSCA Rich Tompkins Multi-Sport Athlete of the Year.

The MHSCA Rich Tompkins Multi-Sport Athlete of the Year is given annually to eight total student-athletes within the state of Michigan with a male and female recipient in Class A, B, C and D.  Recipients are nominated by their school’s athletic administrator and selected based on their participation in interscholastic athletics and a letter award winner in twelve or more sports during an athlete’s high school career.  Along with their contribution to the sport, school, and community.

Millado is a four-year participant in the MSHS Volleyball, Girls Basketball and Girls Track & Field programs.

  • Volleyball Accolades:  2021 MIVCA All-Region; 2021 MIVCA “Best and Brightest” First Team; 2021 Great Northern Conference Player of the Year; set school records for Most Digs (Season), Most Blocks (Match), Most Blocks (Season) and Most Blocks (Career)
  • Girls Basketball Accolades: 2021-22 All-U.P. First Team Girls Basketball; 2021-22 GNC Player of the Year Girls Basketball; 2021-22 GNC Defensive Player of the Year Girls Basketball
  • Girls Track & Field Accolades:  2021 All-State Team; 2021 All-U.P. Team; 2021 All-Great Northern Conference Team; 2021 Division 1 U.P. Champion – 800 Meter Relay; 2021 Division 1 U.P. Champion – 400 Meter Relay

The MHSCA is a – 68-year-old association with nearly 15,000 members serving coaches & athletic administrators, and all levels as coaches in numerous high schools and junior/middle highs throughout the state. The Michigan High School Coaches Association works to promote the educational value of interscholastic athletics and the role of athletic administrators and coaches. The MHSCA are very proud to spotlight Maria Millado – a person whose work and values best mirror those of the interscholastic sports.

Full listing of student-athletes selected to receive the 2021-22 MHSCA Rich Tompkins Multi-Sport Athlete of the Year Award:

  • Class A GirlsMaria Millado, Marquette
  • Class A BoysTyler Roberts, Kalamazoo Loy Norrix
  • Class B GirlsEmma Kerkau, Frankenmuth 
  • Class B BoysBrett Peterson, Kingsley 
  • Class C GirlsJaydin Cary, Bronson 
  • Class C BoysCole Giesige, Whiteford 
  • Class D GirlsNaomi Foley, Huron Valley Lutheran 
  • Class D BoysEven Mick, Sterling Heights Parkway Christian
Isabella DeMattia and David Eberhard Selected As March Student-Athletes of the Month

Isabella DeMattia and David Eberhard Selected As March Student-Athletes of the Month

Marquette Senior High School, along with Superiorland Kiwanis, are proud to announce that Isabella DeMattia (dance team) and David Eberhard (boys basketball) have been named as the Student-Athletes of the Month for March 2022.

Isabella DeMattia is a senior at MSHS and just capped a successful four-year career on the MSHS Dance Team, where she was team captain for the 2021-22 season.

Bella began dance at the age of three and entered competitive dance at eleven years old attending Studio Dance Arts. At age thirteen, Bella was invited to a summer intensive camp at the Elite Interlochen Center for the Arts selection program where she was chosen to join an intensive camp for ballet study. Her experience includes both solo and group performances in Ballet, Pointe, Jazz, Tap, Hip-Hop, Pom, Kick, Modern and Lyrical. She has also choreographed many routines over the years and assisted at Studio Dance Arts with young beginning dancers. Bella’s highest solo achievement was placing second overall against 57 competitors at the Rainbow Dance Competition.

During her four-year career on the MSHS Dance Team, Bella was a member of the 2020 team that placed first at the Just For Kix Competition and was selected to perform at the Raymond James Stadium 2020 New Years’ Day Outback Bowl halftime performance in Tampa, Florida.  The team was ultimately selected as front row dancers, leading the performance with upwards of 1,000 dancers.

Bella has also been a standout academically, where she owns a 4.14 GPA and is a three-year member of the National Honor Society. Outside of school, she also enjoys expressing her artistic abilities in painting and drawing, as well as designing and sewing clothing. Bella’s post-graduation plans are to attend Northern Michigan University to pursue a degree in Business, while also finding opportunities to travel the world.

David Eberhard is a senior at MSHS and is coming off of a successful final season as a member of the MSHS Varsity Boys Basketball Team.

David is a four-year member of the boys basketball program at MSHS and two-year member of the varsity team. After playing an unsung hero role on last year’s district championship and regional finalist team, David was a leader within this year’s squad and helped guide the team to another winning season. At season’s end, David was named to the All-U.P. Second Team and All-Great Northern Conference First Team.

During the fall season, David excelled on the football field as a wide receiver for the MSHS Varsity Football Team. Over the course of the season, David accumulated 37 receptions for 607 total yards with 8 touchdowns. His play on the field earned him All-U.P. First Team and All-Great Northern Conference First Team honors.

In the classroom, David owns a 3.52 cumulative GPA to make him a regular on the honor roll as well as a member of the National Honor Society. David also demonstrated a commitment to service by assisting with various fundraising initiatives organized by the Marquette Gridiron Club to provide essential funding for the MSHS football program.

Outside of school, David enjoys going to the beach, spending time outdoors and playing video games. Upon graduating from MSHS as a member of the Class of 2022, David plans to attend Michigan Tech University and pursue a degree in Software Engineering.

Madalyn Stern and Liam McFarren Selected As February Student-Athletes of the Month

Madalyn Stern and Liam McFarren Selected As February Student-Athletes of the Month

Marquette Senior High School, along with Superiorland Kiwanis, are proud to announce that Madalyn Stern (girls alpine skiing) and Liam McFarren (boys swimming & diving) have been named as the Student-Athletes of the Month for February 2022.

Madalyn Stern is a senior at MSHS recently wrapped up an excellent year and career as a member of the MSHS Girls Alpine Ski Team.

This season marked Maddy’s fourth as a member of the Alpine Ski program with her veteran status and experience making her a team captain for the 2022 season.  Maddy had an incredible run this season that demonstrated the hard work that she has put into the sport over her career.

As the postseason race schedule progressed, Maddy continued to rack up championships.  By season’s end, Maddy had earned a U.P. Championship in Giant Slalom (GS), an MHSAA Regional Championship in Slalom (5th in GS), and an MHSAA State Championship in GS (8th in Slalom).  To go along with these postseason finishes, Maddy was named as the U.P. Girls Skier of the Year and selected to the All-State and All-U.P. Teams.  Over the course of her career, Maddy was part of the 2019 and 2020 MHSAA State Championship teams as well as the 2021 MHSAA State Runner-Up team.

Academically, Maddy owns a 4.03 cumulative GPA and has earned honor roll status and the Academic Achievement Award every semester.  She earned the Academic All-State Award from the Michigan High School Ski Coaches Association (MHSSCA) both this season and as a junior in 2021.

To conclude her senior year, Maddy will once again participate as a member of the MSHS Girls Soccer program, where she is a three-year member.  In other extra-curricular involvement, Maddy is part of the National Honor Society and MSHS Spanish Club.  Upon graduating from MSHS, Maddy hopes to attend NMU and pursue a nursing degree while also competing on the Wildcats Alpine Ski Team.

Liam McFarren is currently a junior at MSHS and recently finished another phenomenal year as a member of the boys swimming and diving team.

At the 2022 MHSAA U.P. Swimming & Diving Finals, Liam earned a total of four first-place finishes (200 Medley Relay, 100 Butterfly, 100 Freestyle, 200 Freestyle Relay) en route to helping the team claim its third consecutive team title.  The 200 Freestyle Relay team that Liam was a member of, along with teammates Maverick Baldwin, Bobby Caron and Colin VanderSchaaf, set new school, pool and U.P. records with a time of 1:29.93.

At season’s end, Liam was named U.P. Swimmer of the Year for the second consecutive season and was named to the All-U.P. team for the third straight year.  In his three-year career, Liam has now earned 10 total first-place finishes at the U.P. Finals (five individual, five relays) to go along with the three team championships he has been a part of.

In the classroom, Liam owns a 3.99 cumulative GPA to make him a regular fixture on the honor roll.  He is a three-time honoree on the U.P. Swimming & Diving All-Academic Team and is a member of the National Honor Society.

With the conclusion of the winter sports season, Liam will shift gears and participate as a member of the MSHS Boys Tennis Team this spring.  In addition, he is also looking forward to spending time outdoors and finding time to go fishing.  Liam’s current post-high school plans are to attend NMU and major in biochemistry with the intent to pursue a degree in dentistry from the University of Michigan.

2021-22 Spring Sport Registration Information and Start Dates

2021-22 Spring Sport Registration Information and Start Dates

2021-22 Spring Sport Registration Process

  1. The spring sports registration page will soon be active at this link.  All students participating in a fall sport will need to complete their registration before he/she is eligible to compete.  Through the registration page, parents will be able to take care of pay-to-play fees online.
  2. MHSAA Physical Forms are available both in the high school office and by clicking here.  A physical exam conducted on/after April 15, 2021 is required for all students participating in a fall sports.  Students will not be able to begin formal practice activity until this form has been submitted to the Athletics Office.  Students with a physical already on file as a result of participating in a fall and/or winter sport do not need to submit a new copy.

Spring Sport Start Date and Coach Contact Information

  • Baseball
    • First Practice DateMonday, March 14 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the MSHS Main Gym (tryouts to run from March 14-16; tryout dates subject to change)
    • Varsity Coach Contact:  Derek Swajanen; derekswajanen@gmail.com
    • JV Coach Contact:  Mark Pantti; mpantti@nmu.edu
    • Facebook Page“Marquette Redmen Baseball”
  • Golf – Boys & Girls
    • Team MeetingMonday, March 14 from 2:30-3:30 p.m. in Room 232
    • Head Coach Contact:  Ben Smith; besmith@mapsnet.org
  • Soccer – Girls
    • Team MeetingMonday, March 14 at 4:45 p.m. in the MSHS Cafeteria
    • First Practice DateMonday, March 14 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in the MSHS Auxiliary Gym (tryouts to run from March 14-16)
    • Varsity Coach Contact:  Laura Wayland; lwayland@fathermarquette.org
    • JV Coach ContactMike Mullettt; miguelmullett17@gmail.com
    • Facebook Page“MSHS Girls & Boys Soccer”
  • Softball
    • First Practice Date: Monday, March 14 from 4:30-6:30 p.m. in the MSHS Main Gym (tryouts to run from March 14-16)
    • Varsity Coach ContactKyle Johnson; kyle.a.johnson9972@gmail.com
    • JV Coach ContactCrystal Anderson; Crystal.anderson@dalcoonline.com
    • Facebook Page“Marquette Senior High School Softball”
  • Tennis – Boys
    • First Practice DateMonday, March 14 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. in the MSHS Auxiliary Gym
    • Head Coach Contact:  Karl Thomsen; kthomsen@mapsnet.org
  • Track & Field – Boys
    • First Practice Date Monday, March 14 from 2:30-4:30 p.m. in the MSHS Main Gym
    • Google Sign-Up Formhttps://bit.ly/3tAePxb
    • Head Coach Contact:   Derek Marr; dmarr@nmu.edu
  • Track & Field – Girls
    • Tryout Dates:   Monday, March 14 from 2:30-4:30 p.m. in the MSHS Auxiliary Gym
    • Head Coach Contact:  Natalie Messano; nmessano@mapsnet.org

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