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YCS Caprice Augustine – Girls’ Basketball Player

Ypsilanti’s Caprice Augustine commits to play Division I basketball at Nebraska-Omaha Caprice Augustine has found her collegiate home. The Ypsilanti standout basketball player announced her commitment to continue her career at Division I program Nebraska-Omaha Tuesday afternoon via Twitter. “3 years ago if you told me I was going to be a D1 basketball player

2020 – 2021 Summer Conditioning and Reopening of Sports at Y.C.S.

2020 Grizzlies Summer Conditioning and Practice Procedures – 6/15/20 Conditioning and Off Season practices can begin the week of June 15. All organized conditioning sessions are voluntary and not mandatory for interested student athletes. If you would like more information on the dates and times of summer conditioning sessions for a particular sport contact the

2020-21 Health Information and Physical Form

Athletic News 2020-21 Health Questionnaire – Students Athletes who have a physical on file with the YCS Athletic Department, that was completed on or after April 15, 2020 only need to get this form filled out. If students do not have a physical on file that was done on or after 04/15/19 then they will need to get

Honoring our 2020 Senior Spring Athletes

2020 Senior Spring Athletes 2020 Track and Field Seniors Jefferson Adams Tkai Bennett Jacen Dixon Christian Irvine Roderick Jones-William Amitra Hugan Jack Lyons Micheal Peterson Anisha Moss 2020 Girls Soccer Seniors Gracie YI Paulina Bernal Emily Tremewan Fabiona Contreras Abior Aishiki Ghita Mestari 2020 Girls Tennis Seniors Tamariah Davis Kylia Garrett Da’Zanna Gordon 2020 Girls

MHSAA Summer Guidance Updates

Based on Governor Whitmer’s ending of the “Safer-at-Home” order on June 1, the MHSAA is providing the following updated guidance regarding summer sports activity. Here are the key points of emphasis in this communication: 1. Member schools may begin summer activities at school facilities as long as BOTH the school/school district has declared school facilities

MHSAA plans on easing “dead week” period

EAST LANSING, Mich. — As of now, high school sports are returning this upcoming fall. However, that may change due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Every summer for seven consecutive days, all high school athletic activities across the state of Michigan are required to shut down, but this year is different. According to, the MHSAA (Michigan High

Seeding changes enacted at MHSAA spring meeting

EAST LANSING — The addition of seeding at the regional level in ice hockey and adjustments to provide byes for top-seeded teams in basketball and soccer were the most notable actions taken by the Representative Council of the Michigan High School Athletic Association during its annual Spring Meeting on May 4. The Spring Meeting of

High school football, basketball players allowed extra game time, among MHSAA changes

When the state’s schools were ordered closed by Gov. Gretchen Whitmer in April, the Michigan High School Athletic Association was forced to cancel any ongoing winter state championship events and the entire spring sports season. But even as the COVID-19 pandemic continues, the MHSAA’s representative council members met remotely this week to plan for the next school year, hoping there

Presenting the 5 greatest Ypsilanti Community athletes since 2013 merger

YPSILANTI – Ypsilanti has had a rich history of storied athletes throughout the years. That history has expanded decades, but due to the merger between Ypsilanti Public School District and Willow Run School District that took place in 2013, it’s been decided to present the top athletes from Ypsilanti Community a bit different than previous

Many Changes Set for 2020 High School Football Season

It seems strange to talk and write about High School Football in Michigan when it’s four months away. But with planning for a new format for the upcoming (hopefully) session and postseason for the 2020 campaign, what better time to put the details out now. For the first time since the 1998 season, a change has come