The ongoing problem of the lack of enough officials has forced another change in the Branch County high school football schedule. This week’s game between the Union City Chargers and the Bronson Vikings that was originally scheduled for Friday night has been moved to Saturday afternoon.
Union City’s 26-20 overtime win over Reading last Friday night came at the end of a week that featured a coaching change in the football program. Union City High School Athletic Director Hayley Denney says second year head coach Clint Colborn has been “suspended indefinitely”.
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The MHSAA is meeting today 12-4-2020...stay tuned!
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The Michigan High School Athletic Association has directed all member schools to suspend activities in all sports for all seasons– effective Monday, March 16 through at least Sunday, April 5 – to fall in line with Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s order that all schools close for the next three weeks in order to deter the spread of COVID-19. All athletic activities to be halted include practices, scrimmages and competitions/games, as well as strength training, conditioning and any other organized sessions and activities in all MHSAA in-season and out-of-season sports. The suspension of activities applies to sports for all three MHSAA seasons as Spring sports practices have begun, Winter tournaments were suspended Thursday and Fall sports coaches are working with limited numbers of athletes during the offseason. “By suspending all sports activities for the next three weeks, we are taking an additional step to maintain safety and minimize risk first, and also keep a level playing field for our schools and teams during this time of uncertainty,” MHSAA Executive Director Mark Uyl said. “A number of schools across the state already were making this decision, and setting this as the standard across our membership is appropriate especially given the quick pace with which this situation is continuing to evolve. Given the rapid, fast-moving and unprecedented events of this week, the MHSAA will use the time during this all-sport suspension of activities to evaluate all options and next steps which will be shared with schools in a timely manner.” Updates will continue to be posted as necessary to the MHSAA Website at https://www.mhsaa.com/ coronavirus ...