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GIRLS SOCCER MSN SUPER 50 Do all roads lead through Hudsonville?



BY DAN STICKRADT

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(Michigan Soccer Network Communications Specialist / Web and Content Editor / Director of News Dan Stickradt compiles team capsules for over 460 girls soccer programs statewide. Email pertinent information to stickradt@michigansoccernetwork.com. Follow on Twitter @msn_stickradt, @LocalSportsFans, or @MiSoccerNetwork and on numerous social media platforms.)



SUPER 50 POSITIONS 10-1

 

Michigan Soccer Network Web and Content Editor and Director of News Dan Stickradt scouts teams 11-20 in our Super 50 preseason teams watch list. Games March 20 through April 16 were taken into consideration.

 

HUDSONVILLE, Mich.  – Do all roads lead through Hudsonville? Or better yet, do all roads lead from Hudsonville?

Those are the questions one must ask in the early season of the 2024 girls soccer campaign in Michigan.

For Hudsonville High School, the Eagles hope that this will finally be the year of tears of joy and not tears of disappointment.

Hudsonville was listed on the Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association preseason to watch list back in early March and the Eagles opened up at No. 1 in the MIHSSCA Division 1 rankings in early April.

And rightfully so.

Two years ago, Hudsonville made a run to the Division 1 regional finals which was the furthest the Eagles had advanced at the time.

Last year Hudsonville advanced to the Division 1 state championship game at Michigan State University before succumbing to Rochester Stoney Creek (2-1) in a battle of two top-five teams. The Eagles held a 1-0 lead until two-time Miss Soccer winner Lilley Bosley of Stoney Creek scored two goals in the final 10 minutes to give the Cougars the win – and rip the collective hearts out of Hudsonville’s players, coaches, fans and the entire community in general.

That’s sports – and that’s definitely soccer.

Understandably, Hudsonville is the Michigan Soccer Network Super 50 No. 1-ranked team in the early going of the 2024 season. The Eagles are loaded and will have had a large target on their backs and will have such a grand target for the remainder of the season.

Last year the Eagles outscored the opposition 71-12 with 15 shutouts and outscored its foes 11-2 in the postseason. The Eagles finished 7-0-0 in the regular season standings of the Ottawa Kent Conference-Red Division and followed that up with three wins in the conference tournament to earn the OKC-Red crown outright for the second straight campaign.

 

Through April 17 this season, Hudsonville has clearly picked up right where it left off and has outscored the opposition 19-1 with four shutouts and a 4-0-1 overall record. Coach Holly VanNoord, now in her seventh season at the helm, welcomes back a bevy of talent, experience and several future college players as they unite for one common destination and final goal – an elusive state championship.

 

Senior Kendall Aikens (M/F) is one of the leading candidates for the Miss Soccer award and the reigning All-State Dream Team standout was a prized recruit at NCAA Division II national powerhouse Grand Valley State University. Senior Reid DeGoede split time in 14 shutouts last season and played in the first half against Stoney Creek in the finals. She has three more understudies in goal this season but is a standout in her own right as the school keeps producing quality goalkeepers.

 

Sophomore Lauren Moylan (M) is already a high-level NCAA Division I recruit despite not playing year-round ECNL or Girls Academy soccer and she’s set for a huge campaign. Senior Maislin Joldersma (All-League) scored 16 goals last season, while seniors Brooke Harmsen (M/D), Allyson Merrihew (D/M) and Adelyn Raad (D) along with junior Lexi Armstrong (M) are returning starters.

 

Seniors Ashley Johnson (F), Gracie Beld (F), Allyson Oly (D), Sofia Delinck (D), Nora Klein (D), Kate Albrecht (D) and Hattie Chirco (G) and juniors Vaarra Hefer-Zik (M), Cadence Williams (F) and Campbell VandenHuevel (M) were all on the roster last season and vying for more playing time this season. There are 18 returning letterwinners to go along with a small cast of newcomers.

 

Senior Kaylah Burget (D), juniors Kassi Helmkamp (G) and Emma Corlett (F) and sophomore Kailey Walcott (G) make up the small band of new players.

 

With crosstown neighbor Hudsonville Unity Christian winning double-digit state titles (11) in the last quarter century – Unity is where Coach VanNoord starred at years ago before playing at NCAA Division I Liberty University – is it time for Hudsonville to rise to the top at the end of the season?

 

The Eagles begin at No. 1 and could possibly hit the road from Hudsonville to East Lansing and take home the grand prize for the first time at season’s end.

 

But who are some of the other great teams around Michigan? Dig into the Michigan Soccer Network’s Super 50 list, honorable mentions, conference-by-conference team capsules, players to watch and so much more during March and April and see what stars are shining bright or could be when May and June roll around.

 

2. ANN ARBOR SKYLINE (12-4-5): Since opening its doors in the late 2000s, Skyline has developed into a state powerhouse program and could have its best team to date with a senior-laden squad. The Eagles battle in a deep Southeastern Conference-Red Division and power district and again will battle the likes of Saline, Ann Arbor Pioneer, Dexter and Ann Arbor Huron in the league or try to escape a treacherous district. There are eight returning starters – all seniors – led by arguably the state’s top goalkeeper in Sophia Nehro (All-State Dream Team), who is still being recruited by NCAA Division I, NCAA Division II and NAIA schools and hails from a quality Michigan Tigers club team. Classmates Brianna Ferguson (M), Lucy Serlin (D), Hadley Zann (D) Ava DeBenedet (F), Rori Deyer (M), Jenna Kafi (D/M) and Cassie Couch (D) also return for a team that is quite capable of postseason success. Senior Ainsley Gardner (G/D) and sophomores Jade Thompson (F), River Pham (F), Gabrielle Marble (M), Elle Kierce (D) and Kennedy Wassef (D) also return with varsity experience. Senior Maya Richardson (D), sophomores Quincy Tramontin (F) and Julia Moe (F) and freshmen Julia Moe (F), Maeve Kilbride (F) and Page Bazzani (M) are part of a group of newcomers that have aided a fast start which includes a win over league rival Saline. Through April 16 Skyline was a perfect 3-0-0 and with shutouts. Last year Skyline finished 12-4-5, outscored the opposition 72-10, posted 14 shutouts and a 0.48 team goals-against-average. The Eagles still finished as the league and district runner-up, so there is plenty of unfinished business from this group.

 

3. BIRMINGHAM MARIAN (15-2-2): Even despite having five players out with season-ending injuries even before the opening kickoff in 2023, Marian still cruised along last season winning CHSL-Central Division CHSL-Bishop Tournament and Division 2 district championships along the way. The Mustangs posted 13 clean sheets and only conceded eight goals all season 0(.42 team G.A.A.) while scoring 53 goals. Then the unexpected happened. The Mustangs saw unranked Grosse Pointe North storm back in a regional semifinal and claimed a 3-2 shootout victory enroute to a Division 2 state championship run. Marian went home. So far this season through April 16, Marian is off to a 3-0-2 start, scored six goals while not allowing a single goal in the first five games. There is a bevy of talent on this roster, and healthy, and this team will simply be difficult to score upon this season. Seniors Olivia Zahnow (CB), Agatha Valka (F), Madeline Stenger (F), Danielle Mertz (G) and Katelynn Freese (D), juniors Isabella Musachio (F), Nadia Valka (CB) and Abigail Walton (D), and sophomores Clair Dauer (CM), Lily Robinson (CB) and Bella Sheens (CM) all started games last season. Dauer (All-State Second Team), Zanhow (All-State Third Team), Valka (All-State Honorable Mention), Musachio Valka (All-State Honorable Mention), Mertz Valka (All-State Honorable Mention) and Robinson Valka (All-State Honorable Mention) all received various All-State awards from the MIHSSCA. Adri Kattoo (All-State First Team) graduated. Several others players also earned All-District or All-CHSL honors as well. This team is very deep with 17 returnees and two freshmen, Nia Bordogna (M) and Francesca Kulpa (D), are either starting or some of the first players off the bench.

4. PORTAGE CENTRAL (15-3-3): If defense wins championships, then the Mustangs hope that their state finals drought can end this season. Portage Central, despite being a ranked team during most seasons, has not captured a state crown since 2009 in Division 1. The defensive-minded Mustangs own two state titles, one state runner-up and their nine Final Four appearances ranks tied for 14th overall. Last season Central finished second in the Southern Michigan Athletic Conference but captured the SWMAC tournament championship and Division 1 district championships before bowing out to Hudsonville (1-0) in the regional finals. That team posted 14 shutouts and a 0.67 team goals-against-average, scored 48 goals overall and conceded only 14 tallies. Through April 16 this season, the Mustangs own a 5-0-1 record, a 26-2 scoring difference and four more shutouts and are firing on all cylinders. Seniors Mia Hensley (CB, All-State Honorable Mention) anchors the back, along with senior Alana Simmons (D) and junior Alli Rearick (G). Seniors Maddie Crowley (F), Emma Sanborn (F/M) and Elise Martinson (M/F) and junior Katie McLaughlin (M) are part of an explosive offense and returning starters. Seniors Elise Dimick (M), Marissa Talbott (D) and Mallory Semelbauer (D), along with juniors Lauren Tooley (M), Anna Pellegrini (F), Kyra Gardner (F), Madison Cutler (F) and Kaeli Mason (D) also return to a deep team.


5. HARTLAND (10-5-3): Playing in one of the state’s top conferences in the state, the KLAA-West Division, Hartland has enjoyed a lot of success in recent years. The Eagles captured their first and only state crown in 2021 (Division 1) and opened the year well inside the top 10 in Division 1 this year. Through April 16, Hartland stood 6-1-0 including a 2-1 season-opening loss to Salem (2-1), have pitched two shutouts and outscored the opposition 24-7. Last year the Eagles outscored the opposition 33-20 with seven shutouts but were second in a loaded KLAA-West and return a ton of talent this year. There are nine returning starters and 20 total returnees as the Eagles hope to make another run this year and go after championships along the way. Seniors Alyse Daavettila (F/M) and Emma Kastamo (M) are both four-year starters, while senior Emma Swirczek (M) is also a third-year starter. Daavettila was All-State Third Team last year, while Kastamo and Swirczek have signed to NCAA Division II Northern Michigan University. The aforementioned trio was also All-KLAA last season along with juniors Isabella DePestel (D), Addie Frantti (F) and Sophia Pietila (D). Seniors Josie Cheyne (F) and Ellie Laier (D) and sophomore Paige Sundman (F) also started games. There are 11 others that came back, including junior Jenna Brock (G) who starts in net. Freshman Claire L’Esperance (M) has made a huge impact on the attack.


6. HUDSONVILLE UNITY CHRISTIAN (21-1-2): The question often asked is how well would Unity Christian do in Division 1 or Division 2? Although their talent level speaks volumes that they would still compete at a fairly high level if placed in those divisions, the Crusaders can still point to their history as being one of the top teams in the state overall year-in and year-out. Unity Christian does face D-1 and D-2 schools in the regular season on an annual basis and fares quite well against them. Last year’s team outscored the opposition 113-8, posted 16 shutouts and a team 0.34 goals-against-average, and only lost an early-season game to Division 2 state-ranked Richland Gull Lake. Over the past 10 games alone, Unity held a 55-3 scoring edge with seven clean sheets, while in the state tournament they outscored their six foes 35-0. Looking at the all-time numbers including postseason success, the Crusaders have 11 state titles (second all-time), four state runners-up (tied for seventh), 19 Final Four appearances (second) and 15 state finals appearances (second). Players want to play for Unity Christian and legendary coach Randy Heethuis. Don’t let the fact that six of the team’s seven All-State players graduated. The Crusaders were one of the state’s deepest teams last year playing over 20 players regularly. Junior Ava Lutke (F/M) is one of the state’s top overall talents and will be a Miss Soccer candidate this year and next year. She was All-State Dream Team after scoring 28 goals with 17 assists and recently verballed to Michigan State as a top 100 junior in the country. Seniors Stella DeSmit (F), Emily Timmer (M) and Vivian Nagerlkirk (M) are all returning starters after earning various postseason honors last season. Sophomores Ava Steen (D) and Tessa Ponstein (M) have moved into starting roles. The list of newcomers is very talented with sophomores Addi Pell (F), Emma Vruggink (M) and Kiersten Witte (M) and freshmen Brooklyn Holtrop (M), Kyla Kobrzychi (M) and Karli Rose (D) all making impacts. Senior Anna Newhof (G) played only 365 minutes as a backup last season and junior Kennidee Crump (G) comes up from the junior varsity to serve as the understudy in goal. Oh, don’t forget this year where the Crusaders were 4-0-0 through April 16 with three more shutouts and a 13-1 scoring edge.


7. GRAND RAPIDS FOREST HILLS CENTRAL (12-6-3): The Rangers are another program with a ton of success over the past quarter century. Forest Hills Central owns five state championships, one state runner-up, six state finals appearances and 12 trips to the state semifinals. A year ago, the Rangers finished second in the Ottawa Kent Conference-White Division, won a district title in Division 2, outscored the opposition 65-25 and pitched eight shutouts. Expectations are through the roof again this season, where FHC started 5-0-1 with a 13-1 scoring edge and five shutouts through April 16. Three All-State players return, including senior Haley Ward (F, All-State Third Team), senior Sydney Ryan (M, All-State Third Team) and junior Lauren Coon (D, All-State Honorable Mention), although Coon is currently injured. Seniors Ayla Thompson (M, signed with NAIA Spring Arbor), Gigi Sinicrope (D) and Abby Busch (CB), juniors Tessa Grooters (D/F) and Addison Reuter (G) and sophomore Audrey Leestma (M) also return to the starting lineup. There are six other returnees and nine newcomers also vying for minutes.


8. TROY ATHENS (17-3-2): For just the third time in program history, the Red Hawks have a new coach. Jason Clark took over in mid-February on the heels of legendary Tim Storch and recently-retired coach Todd Heugh, who is now the athletics director, but has not skipped a beat. Not much has changed for Athens, which owns four state titles, three state runners-up, seven state finals appearances and nine trips to the Final Four amongst its storied history. Recently, the Red Hawks were state semifinalists in 2015, state runner-up in 2021, regional finalists in 2022 and regional semifinalists last year. Athens was third in the Oakland Activities Association-Red Division last season and won a district trophy before falling in a shootout to New Baltimore Anchor Bay (4-3) in the postseason. The Red Hawks scored 69 goals, allowed just 15 goals, and registered 14 shutouts last season. So far this season, Athens is 5-0-2 through April 16, posted six shutouts and outscored its opposition 19-1 enroute to a top-10 ranking in Division 1. Seniors Nichole Russell (D), Hannah Dombrowski (M), Madison Bloom (D, signed with NCAA Division I Central Michigan University), Sydney McBride (F/M, signed with NCAA Division II Tiffin University), Ava Weeks (G), juniors Lauren DeJonckheere (M/F, All-State First Team) and Emily Mendrick (M) and sophomore Abby Waldron (D) are all returning starters and most of them earned either All-OAA or All-District accolades. Sophomore Lulu Thaqi (F), junior Ashley Miller (G) and seniors Madigan Tennies (D) and Adison Witner (F) also return. Senior Alex Haggarty (M/D) played with the Nationals Girls Academy last season and leads the newbies.


9. SALINE (15-2-5): The Hornets had their best season in 2023 since winning the Division 1 state title in 2015 and appear to be one of the many teams who could realistically make a deep run this season. Saline outscored its foes 87-11 last season with 15 shutouts, won the Southeastern Conference-Red Division title outright and captured district and regional titles along the way. The postseason run ended against eventual D-1 state champion Rochester Stoney Creek (2-0) in last year’s state semifinals. So far this season, the Hornets began 3-1-1 and outscored its opposition 22-1 with four shutouts, although the sole loss was against league rival Ann Arbor Skyline. Sophomore Lydia Zajchowski (CB, All-State Third Team) was hurt two days before the state semifinals last year but is rounding back into form. Fellow sophomores Sadie Walsh (M/F) and Nada Derneika (M) are also returning starters with Walsh on a scoring binge this season. Juniors Sienna Snyder (F/M, All-State Honorable Mention) and Christina Snyder (M) and seniors Ashley Kruse (M), Audrey Driskell (D) and Norah Dawid (G) are also back in the starting contingent. Seniors Ellie Warden (D/M), Riley Ablauf (D/M) and juniors Kordula Sadek (M), Bettina Soares (D), Ava Printy (D/M) and Anika Sadek (M) also return. The cast of newbies include senior Avery Nam (F) and junior Cora Conley (M) who both played with the Michigan Hawks ECNL the last few years and have joined the high school ranks. Plus, a host of other talented players making their varsity debuts are contributing.


10. TROY (9-6-2): The Colts were somewhat young last season, but still spent some time ranked early in the campaign. Troy recorded nine wins before bowing out in the Division 1 district finals to 2022 state champion Bloomfield Hills. The Colts only outscored their opposition 33-20 with seven shutouts behind a tough schedule. Historically, Troy has captured three state titles, four state runners-up and 15 Final Four appearances to date. This season Troy is inside the top-15 through April 16, posting a 5-0-1 record with a 17-6 scoring edge. Seniors Jenna Taylor (M) and Erin Soules (F), juniors Brooks Hotts (CB), Ava Fleming (M) and Maya Saad (D), and sophomores Sabrina Gaul (F), Audrey Hamilton (M) and Emma Rozek (D) are all experienced players back in the starting lineup. Sophia Peronis (G) has moved into a starting role and has been a steady presence in net, while freshmen Bryann Zawislak (M) and Kaylee Worrell (M) and sophomore Olivia Jansniewicz (F) have been great additions. 




 

THE MOST IN STATE TOURNAMENT HISTORY--GIRLS SOCCER

(1983-2003)


  • Compiled by MSN’s Dan Stickradt

 

Note: An asterisk* denotes a school that no longer exists..

 

MOST MHSAA STATE TITLES:

 

12 – Madison Heights Bishop Foley

11 – Hudsonville Unity Christian

9 – Birmingham Marian 

7 – Novi

6 – Birmingham Detroit Country Day

5 – Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central

5 – Kalamazoo Christian

5 – Livonia Stevenson

4 – Grandville Calvin Christian

4 – Richland Gull Lake 

4 – Troy Athens

3 – East Grand Rapids

3 – Flint Powers Catholic

3 – Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic Prep

3 – Northville

3 – Plymouth Canton

3 – Troy

2 – Grand Rapids South Christian

2 – Grosse Pointe Woods University-Liggett

2 – Lansing Christian

2 – Okemos

2 – Portage Central

2 – Rochester Adams

2 – Rochester Stoney Creek

2 – Royal Oak Shrine Catholic

1 – Ann Arbor Greenhills

1 – Ann Arbor Huron

1 – Birmingham Groves

1 – Birmingham Seaholm

1 – Bloomfield Hills

1 – Clawson

1 – Dearborn

1 – Grosse Pointe North

1 – Hartland

1 – Livonia Churchill

1 – North Muskegon

1 – Plainwell

1 – Plymouth Salem

1 – Pontiac Notre Dame Prep

1 – Saginaw Eisenhower*

1 – Saginaw Heritage

1 – Saline

1 – Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes-Clarkston Everest Unified

1 – Williamston

 

MOST MHSAA STATE FINALS APPEARANCES:

 

17 – Madison Heights Bishop Foley

15 – Hudsonville Unity Christian

13 – Birmingham Marian

11 – Birmingham Detroit Country Day 

9 – Flint Powers Catholic 

9 – Kalamazoo Christian 

8 – Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic Prep 

8 – Richland Gull Lake

7 – Livonia Stevenson

7 – Novi

7 – Plymouth Canton

7 – Troy

7 – Troy Athens

6 – East Grand Rapids

6 – Northville

6 – Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central 

5 – Plainwell

5 – Brighton

5 – Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern

4 – Ann Arbor Greenhills

4 – Grand Blanc

4 – Grandville Calvin Christian

4 – Lansing Christian

4 – Rochester Adams

4 – Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes-Clarkston Everest Unified

3 – Bloomfield Hills Lahser*

3 – Livonia Churchill

3 – Okemos

3 – Portage Central

3 – Rochester Stoney Creek

3 – Royal Oak Shrine Catholic

3 – Williamston

2 – Freeland

2 – Grand Rapids South Christian

2 – Grosse Pointe North

2 – Grosse Pointe Woods University-Liggett

2 – Plymouth

2 – Plymouth Salem

2 – Pontiac Notre Dame Prep

2 – Saginaw Eisenhower*

2 – Utica Eisenhower

1 – Ann Arbor Huron

1 – Birmingham Groves

1 – Birmingham Seaholm

1 – Bloomfield Hills

1 – Boyne City

1 ­­– Clarkston Everest Collegiate-Bloomfield Hills Sacred Heart Unified

1 – Clawson

1 – Dearborn

1 – Essexville-Garber

1 – Fenton

1 – Grandville

1 – Grosse Ile

1 – Harbor Springs

1 – Hartland

1 – Hudsonville

1 – Jackson Lumen Christi

1 – Livonia Ladywood*

1 – Montrose

1 – Muskegon Western Michigan Christian

1 – North Muskegon

1 – Portage Northern

1 – Rochester

1 – Saginaw Heritage

1 – Saginaw Nouvel Catholic

1 – Saline

1 – Spring Lake

1 – Stevensville-Lakeshore

 

MOST MHSAA STATE RUNNERS-UP FINISHES:

 

6 – Flint Powers Catholic

5 – Birmingham Detroit Country Day

5 – Brighton

5 – Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern

5 – Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic Prep

5 – Madison Heights Bishop Foley

4 – Birmingham Marian 

4 – Grand Blanc

4 – Hudsonville Unity Christian

4 – Kalamazoo Christian

4 – Plainwell

4 – Plymouth Canton

4 – Richland Gull Lake

4 – Troy

3 – Ann Arbor Greenhills

3 – Bloomfield Hills Lahser*

3 – Northville

3 – Troy Athens

3 – Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes-Clarkston Everest Unified

2 – East Grand Rapids

2 – Freeland 

2 – Lansing Christian

2 – Livonia Churchill

2 – Livonia Stevenson 

2 – Plymouth

2 – Rochester Adams

2 – Utica Eisenhower

2 – Williamston

1 – Boyne City

1 ­­– Clarkston Everest Collegiate-Bloomfield Hills Sacred Heart Unified

1 – East Grand Rapids

1 – Essexville-Garber

1 – Fenton

1 – Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central

1 – Grandville

1 – Grosse Ile

1 – Grosse Pointe North

1 – Harbor Springs

1 – Hudsonville

1 – Jackson Lumen Christi

1 – Livonia Ladywood*

1 – Montrose

1 – Muskegon Western Michigan Christian

1 – Okemos

1 – Plymouth Salem

1 – Pontiac Notre Dame Prep

1 – Portage Central

1 – Portage Northern

1 – Royal Oak Shrine Catholic

1 – Rochester

1 – Rochester Stoney Creek

1 – Saginaw Eisenhower*

1 – Saginaw Nouvel Catholic

1 – Spring Lake

1 – Stevensville-Lakeshore

 

MOST MHSAA STATE RUNNERS-UP FINISHES WITHOUT A STATE TITLE:

 

5 – Brighton

5 – Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern

4 – Grand Blanc

2 – Freeland

2 – Utica Eisenhower

1 – Boyne City

1 ­­– Clarkston Everest Collegiate-Bloomfield Hills Sacred Heart Unified

1 – Essexville-Garber

1 – Fenton

1 – Grandville

1 – Grosse Ile

1 – Grosse Pointe North 

1 – Harbor Springs

1 – Hudsonville

1 – Jackson Lumen Christi

1 – Livonia Ladywood*

1 – Montrose

1 – Muskegon Western Michigan Christian

1 – Portage Northern

1 – Rochester

1 – Saginaw Eisenhower*

1 – Saginaw Nouvel Catholic

1 – Spring Lake

1 – Stevensville-Lakeshore

 

MHSAA STATE SEMIFINALS LOSSES:

 

9 – Flint Powers Catholic

8 – Troy

7 – Birmingham Detroit Country Day 

6 – Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central 

6 – Muskegon Western Michigan Christian

6 – Plainwell

6 – Portage Central 

6 – Rochester Adams

5 – Brighton

5 – DeWitt 

5 – Holland Christian

5 – North Muskegon 

5 – Northville  

5 – Portage Northern

5 – Saginaw Nouvel Catholic 

4 – Dexter 

4 – Grosse Pointe Woods University-Liggett

4 – Harper Woods Regina / Warren Regina

4 – Hudsonville Unity Christian 

4 – Jackson Lumen Christi 

4 – Kalamazoo Christian 

4 – Madison Heights Bishop Foley

4 – Richland-Gull Lake 

4 – Rochester  

4 – Suttons Bay 

3 – Birmingham Marian 

3 – Frankenmuth

3 – Freeland 

3 – Grosse Pointe South

3 – Lansing Christian

3 – Livonia Ladywood* 

3 – Midland Dow 

3 – Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 

3 – Trenton 

3 – Utica Ford II

2 – Ann Arbor Greenhills 

2 – Bad Axe 

2 – Dearborn  

2 – Elk Rapids 

2 – Elkton-Pigeon-Bay Port-Laker

2 – Fenton  

2 – Fremont 

2 – Grand Rapids Catholic Central

2 – Grand Rapids Christian 

2 – Grandville Calvin Christian 

2 – Grosse Pointe North 

2 – Harbor Springs 

2 – Kalamazoo Central

2 – Linden

2 – Livonia Stevenson

2 – Macomb Lutheran North 

2 – Midland 

2 – Novi 

2 – Saginaw Eisenhower*

2 – Saline 

2 – Troy Athens

2 – Utica Eisenhower

2 – Williamston

1 – Ann Arbor Huron 

1 – Ann Arbor Pioneer 

1 – Ann Arbor Skyline 

1 – Birmingham Seaholm 

1 – Boyne City 

1 – Byron Center

1 – Charlevoix 

1 – Chelsea 

1 – Clawson 

1 – Dearborn Divine Child

1 – East Kentwood 

1 – East Lansing 

1 – Farmington 

1 – Farmington Hills Mercy

1 – Flushing 

1 – Grand Blanc 

1 – Grand Rapids NorthPointe Christian 

1 – Grosse Ile

1 – Hart 

1 – Haslett 

1 – Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic Prep

1 – Kalamazoo Loy-Norrix

1 – Lapeer East*

1 – Lake Fenton 

1 – Livonia Churchill

1 – Ludington 

1 – Madison Heights Lamphere 

1 – Maple City Glen Lake 

1 – Marine City Cardinal Mooney 

1 – Marshall 

1 – Mattawan 

1 – Muskegon Catholic Central 

1 – Muskegon Oakridge 

1 – Muskegon Orchard View 

1 – Okemos 

1 – Paw Paw 

1 – Plymouth Canton 

1 – Royal Oak Kimball*

1 – Saginaw Heritage

1 – St. Clair Shores South Lake 

1 – Spring Lake

 

MOST MHSAA FINAL FOUR APPEARANCES:

(Combined state championship, state runners-ups and Final Four losses) 

 

21 – Madison Heights Bishop Foley

19 – Hudsonville Unity Christian

18 – Birmingham Detroit Country Day 

18 – Flint Powers Catholic 

16 – Birmingham Marian 

15 – Troy 

13 – Kalamazoo Christian 

12 – Grand Rapids Forest Hills Central 

12 – Richland Gull Lake 

11 – Northville 

11 – Plainwell 

10 – Brighton

10 – Rochester Adams 

9 – Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic Prep 

9 – Livonia Stevenson 

9 – Novi

9 – Portage Central 

9 – Troy Athens 

8 – Plymouth Canton

7 – Lansing Christian

7 – Muskegon Western Michigan Christian 

6 – Ann Arbor Greenhills 

6 – East Grand Rapids

6 – Grandville Calvin Christian

6 – Grosse Pointe Woods University-Liggett 

6 – North Muskegon 

6 – Portage Northern 

6 – Saginaw Nouvel Catholic




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