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Hemlock Athletes Start Fall Sports
Hemlock Athletes Start Fall Sports
Tuesday, September 08, 2020

The Hemlock Huskies are back in action! After the announcement came from MHSAA on September 3, 2020, excitement is in the air that fall sports are back!

With the new Executive Order 176, competition may begin in soccer in all regions of the state. This same order has opened for indoor facilities for organized sports practice and competition, allowing volleyball to begin indoors on Wednesday, September 9.  This has also removed the restrictions on all sports, including football. Our varsity boy’s tennis and varsity cross-country have been allowed to practice and compete per the MHSAA sport-specific guidelines.

Hemlock’s Varsity Football Coach Clark shared, "We are incredibly excited and grateful to be back. The positive news was like a lightning bolt through the veins.  I'm incredibly happy for these kids.  With that said, we have much work to complete to achieve game readiness.  We will.  Hemlock Football will be ready September 17 and 18."  

Hemlock High School will be live streaming volleyball, football, and soccer games so the Huskie fans can continue to cheer on the pack throughout the season! You can find these games and more on the NFHS Network website.

"We were very excited to hear the update last week. Schedules will need to be adjusted and changed but that is ok.  We are just happy that all our athletes will be able to compete.  We continue to encourage our athletes to complete their FinalForms registration for any sports they plan on playing this year. The athletic department continues to be flexible to support our athletes, parents, and coaches," shared Athletic Secretary Jamie Galbraith. 

To follow any updates made by the MHSAA click on the link