Northern Michigan Teams Honored for Academics


A pair of northern Michigan baseball programs have been recognized by the Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association as Academic All-State Teams.

Division 1

Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett (3.84)

Kalamazoo Central (3.71)

Warren De La Salle (3.64)

Ann Arbor Pioneer (2.61)

Hudsonville (3.48)

Division 2

Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood (3.60)

Vicksburg (3.56)

Milan (3.49)

Cadillac (3.47)

Hudsonville Unity Christian (3.36)

Division 3

Newberry (3.63)

Allen Park Cabrini (3.55)

Jonesville (3.46)

Montague (3.42)

Michigan Center (3.41)

Division 4

Plymouth Christian (3.58)

Kalamazoo Hackett (3.50)

Muskegon Catholic Central (3.48)

Lutheran Westland (3.46)

Colon (3.40)

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