MSHS School Spirit Face Masks for Sale

MSHS School Spirit Face Masks for Sale

Show your school spirit at upcoming home athletics events by purchasing an MSHS face mask with the Marquette “Block M” logo on it!

Masks are available for $10/mask and come in both black and red (see picture below).  Material is a breathable 100% polyester with sublimated logo and elastic ear straps (one size fits all).

All proceeds to go benefit MSHS boys and girls athletics teams.

To purchase, contact the MSHS Athletics Department at atiseo@mapsnet.org or 906-225-5362.

Football Home Game Protocol for Spectators

Football Home Game Protocol for Spectators

The 2020 football season will offer some unique circumstances and some less than ideal conditions, but fortunately also provides us with the opportunity to give our student-athletes an experience that is positive, competitive, safe and, above all else, fun for everyone involved!

To accomplish our goal of providing this experience to our student-athletes and participating in all of our scheduled contests for the 2020 season, we need the patience and assistance of all of our spectators.  Please remember that this time is all about our students and it’s on us to do our part so that they can get the most out of this season.

Home football games at MSHS this season will take place with limited spectators in the stadium.

Guidelines for Admission and Home Game Operation:

  • Two (2) tickets will be allotted to every football student-athlete and coach (both home and away).  Students must designate the names of their guests on the ticket lists provided to teams at the start of each week.  Lists are then collected after practice on the day prior to the game.  No changes can be made after this time.
  • Two (2) tickets will also be allotted to members of the MSHS Marching Band, MSHS Cheer Team and MSHS Dance Team.
  • Guests will be verified at the ticket gate prior to entry.
  • Face masks are required to be worn at all times by all entering the facility (this includes student-athletes and coaches).  There are no exceptions.
  • No admission will be charged at home games this season, but donations to support our athletics programs are most appreciated.
  • While seated in the stands, fans not residing in the same household are asked to social distance themselves from other spectators.
  • Vehicles are not permitted to park along the fence anywhere surrounding the MSHS Football Stadium.
  • Restrooms will be available.
  • Concession stand will not be open.

Guidelines for Hillside Spectators:

  • Fans are permitted to enjoy games from the MSHS hillside.
  • Parking must be done on the street or in a legal parking spot.  No vehicles are to be parked on the grass.
  • Fans in attendance are encouraged to wear masks and practice safe social distancing from those not residing in the same household.
  • Smoking and alcohol consumption are not permitted.

Alternative Viewing/Listing Options:

  • Through the REDspn program, all home football games will be live streamed through the NFHS Network.  Cost of the NFHS Network is $10.99/month.  Click here for the REDspn page.
  • Radio coverage for all varsity home games is provided by Fox Sports Marquette and can be found on 105.1 and 99.9 FM.

With your help, we can keep ourselves and each other safe while providing our students with the best experience possible this fall.

Dance Team Tryouts To Be Held August 10-12

Dance Team Tryouts To Be Held August 10-12

MSHS Dance Team tryouts for the 2020-21 season will be held August 10-12 from 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m. on the MSHS Football Field.

Please note that all participating student-athletes must wear a mask to arrive at the facility and go through the pre-screening process.  Once through the pre-screening process and socially distanced, student-athletes will be permitted to remove their masks prior to the start of activity.  In addition, student-athletes will want to bring their own water for use during activity.

Students must have a valid physical form on file in order to participate.  If using a valid physical form from the 2019-20 academic year, students must submit the MHSAA Sports Health Questionnaire.  An explanation of the physical exam requirement for the 2020-21 academic year can be found at this link.

Tryout Dates and Times:

  • Monday, August 10 – 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
  • Tuesday, August 11 – 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, August 12 (Final Assessments) – dancers will have an assigned time between 10:00 a.m.-12:00 p.m.

Click Here for Tryout Flyer

Questions regarding tryouts can be directed to Alicia Beauchamp, Dance Team Head Coach, at abeauchamp@gmail.com.

2020-21 Dance Team Tryouts Postponed

2020-21 Dance Team Tryouts Postponed

MSHS Dance Team tryouts for the 2020-21 season have been postponed until a later date.  Tryouts were originally scheduled for July 8-10  in the Barb Crill Gymnasium at MSHS.  A new posting be created and released once new tryout dates become established.

Please note that all participating student-athletes will need to enter/exit the facility through the Auxiliary Gym entrance.  Upon arrival, students will have their temperatures taken as part of implemented procedures to ensure a safe environment for all participants.

Tryout Dates and Times:

  • TBD – 9:00-11:00 a.m.
  • TBD – 9:00-11:00 a.m.
  • TBD (Final Assessments) – dancers will have an assigned time between 9:00-11:00 a.m.

Click Here for Tryout Flyer

Questions regarding tryouts can be directed to Alicia Beauchamp, Dance Team Head Coach, at abeauchamp@gmail.com.

Fall 2020 Registration Information and Start Dates

Fall 2020 Registration Information and Start Dates

Fall Sport Registration Process

  1. The fall sports registration page is now active. 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.  Click here for the fall sports registration page.
  2. MHSAA Physical Forms are available both in the high school office and by clicking here.  Students must submit their physician-signed physical form to the high school office prior to participating in a fall sport!  As a reminder, this requirement has been waived for the 2020-21 school year for all students with a valid physical form on file (students will still need to complete the MHSAA Annual Sports Health Questionnaire Form).  Click here for more information on this important change to the physical form requirement for 2020-21.

Fall Sport Tryouts and Start Date Information (updated as information becomes available; schedules available at this link)

  • Cross Country
    • First Practice DateWednesday, August 12; 9:00 a.m. at the MSHS Football Field
    • Coach ContactKyle Detmers; detmersk@yahoo.com
  • Football
    • First Practice DateMonday, August 10; 4:00-6:00 p.m. at the MSHS Football Field (ALL TEAMS)
    • Varsity Coach ContactEric Mason; ejmason7@yahoo.com
    • JV Coach ContactDemetrise Mullen; demullen@nmu.edu
    • Freshman Coach ContactJoe Levandoski; jlevandoski@mapsnet.org
  • Dance Team
    • Tryout DatesMonday-Wednesday, August 10-12; 10:00-12:00 p.m. at the MSHS Football Field
    • Click here for tryout information.
    • Coach ContactAlicia Beauchamp; abeauchamp@gmail.com
  • Fall Sideline Cheer
    • First Practice DateMonday, August 10
    • Coach ContactsEliisa Gladwell; emgladwel@gmail.com and Bridget Johnson; bridgetjjohnson@yahoo.com
  • Boys Soccer
    • Tryout DatesWednesday-Friday, August 12-14 from 5:00-7:00 p.m. at the Kaufman Sports Complex
    • Parent Information MeetingTuesday, August 11 at 6:00 p.m. at the Kaufman Sports Complex Pavilion
    • Coach ContactDan Salmon; yooperchzhed@gmail.com
  • Girls Tennis
    • First Practice Date/TimeWednesday, August 12; 9:00 a.m. at the MSHS Tennis Courts
    • Coach ContactDerek Sandstrom; dsandstrom@mapsnet.org
  • Volleyball
    • Tryout Dates/TimesWednesday-Friday, August 12-14; Frosh – 9:00-11:00 a.m., JV – 12:00-2:30 p.m., Varsity – 5:00-7:30 p.m. (Wednesday & Thursday), 3:00-5:30 p.m. (Friday) 
    • Tryout Location:   All sessions to be held in the MSHS Main Gymnasium; enter through Auxiliary Gym Entrance (masks required for entry/exit)
    • Varsity Coach ContactAnn Crandell-Williams; anncrand@gmail.com
    • JV Coach ContactTracy Hruska; articatz@aol.com
    • Freshman Coach ContactDawn Kruhak; dkruhak@mapsnet.org

2020-21 Handbook and Code of Conduct – click here to view

2020-21 Pay-to-Play Policy – click here to view

Year In Review:  2019-20 Kiwanis Student-Athletes of the Month

Year In Review: 2019-20 Kiwanis Student-Athletes of the Month

Each year, Marquette Senior High School is fortunate to have Superiorland Kiwanis provide its deserving student-athletes with “Student-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.

Listed below are all Kiwanis Student-Athletes of the Month from 2019-20.  Click on each student-athlete to view their athletics honors earned during the fall and winter seasons (*2020 spring sports seasons canceled on 4/3/20).

September

October

November

December

January

February

March

 

Ava Larson and Griffin Moore Honored as February Student-Athletes of the Month

Ava Larson and Griffin Moore Honored as February Student-Athletes of the Month

Marquette Senior High School, along with Superiorland Kiwanis, are proud to announce that Ava Larson (dance team) and Griffin Moore (wrestling) have been named as the Student-Athletes of the Month for February 2020.

It was hoped to be able to recognize these students in-person at a later date from their original selection, however gathering restrictions resulted in a virtual honoring from Superiorland Kiwanis and MSHS Athletics via Zoom meeting.

Ava Larson is a senior at MSHS and finished her athletics career as a leader on this year’s Dance Team.

Ava showed tremendous poise and initiative within this year’s dance team by taking the reins to help lead choreography for the talented group of student-athletes that took 1st Place for their “Home Show” routine at the 2019 Just For Kix camp that they attended.  Throughout the long season, she remained positive and supportive of her teammates/coaches while always giving 110% during practices and games.  Ava’s contributions to the team were instrumental in making their experience performing at the 2020 Outback Bowl a positive one.  

Academically, Ava owns a 4.13 GPA.  She earned the Outstanding Academic Achievement Award while also being named to the honor roll for each semester at MSHS and is a three-year member of the National Honor Society.  This year, Ava gained additional experience to apply toward her future area of study through an internship at the Marquette Arts and Culture Center, where she assisted with Marketing and PR.

Outside of school, Ava enjoys photography and riding her horse, where she competes in dressage and showjumping.  Upon graduation, Ava is planning on taking a gap year from her full-time studies to pursue a startup business and travel.  During this time, she will continue her education in a part-time capacity through online courses at Northern Michigan University geared towards Marketing and Graphics Design.

Griffin Moore is a graduating senior at MSHS and had his impressive athletics career end as a four-year member of the wrestling and football programs.  At the Northern Michigan Wrestling Championships that took place in Gaylord on 2/1/20, Griffin joined elite company within the MSHS Wrestling program when he earned his 100th career victory.

In addition to earning his 100th career victory during the 2019-20 wrestling season, Griffin is a two-time finalist at the U.P. Championships as well as a two-time regional qualifier.  At season’s end, Griffin was presented with the John Rauch Award, which is awarded to a member of the wrestling team with a satisfactory scholastic record, good conduct, a good sport in all areas of life, and is of good moral character.

Griffin is a multi-sport student-athlete at MSHS and also participated as a member of the 2019 varsity football team that captured its first outright conference championship since 1976.  His positive attitude and good work ethic allowed him to consistently impact the game in each facet he was involved with.  With a 3.85 cumulative GPA, Griffin’s accolades extend to the classroom as well, where he is a four-year member of the honor roll, National Honor Society member and Renaissance Scholar.

In his free time, Griffin stays busy by volunteering time at the Jacobetti Home for Veterans, Veteran Fishing Day and has been a youth wrestling coach for the past three years.  Upon graduating from MSHS, Griffin will be attending Northern Michigan University next fall, where he will enroll in the pre-PA program.