Spring is here and summer is fast approaching that means one thing for
Michigan high school teams – the Michigan High School Athletic Association
state playoffs are around the corner. Here is a look at where Wyandotte’s
varsity squads will begin their postseason journeys:
The Bears will begin the MHSAA playoffs at a district tournament at Bedford on June 1. Wyandotte will face the winner of the May 28 Monroe-Woodhaven predistrict game at 10 a.m. At noon, host Bedford will face the winner of the Carlson-Southgate predistrict contest.
The championship game will begin at 2 p.m. and the winner advances to the regional at Lincoln Park on June 5.
The Roosevelt softball team also begins district play at Bedford on June 1.
The Bears will face the winner of the Carlson-Bedford predistrict game at 10 a.m. At noon, Woodhaven will face the winner of the Southgate-Moroe predistrct contest.
The championship game will be played at 2 p.m. with the winner advancing to the regionals at Woodhaven on June 8.
Regionals were run May 17 and any Roosevelt state-meet qualifiers will head to East Kentwood High School for the state finals on June 1.
The Bears were in regional action at Allen Park on May 16. State qualifiers advance to the finals in Holland at Hope College May 31-June 1.
The Bears will take on district host Woodhaven at 5 p.m.on May 22 in a first-round tournament game. That winner advances to the 6 p.m. district semifinal game at Woodhaven May 29.
On the other side of the bracker, Taylor faces Monroe and Southgate faces Bedford with the winners meeting at 4 p.m. at Woodhaven on May 29.
The championship game is 7 p.m. on May 31 and the winner will advance to regionals at Dearborn June 5.
The Bears will play in a 19-team regional hosted by Ann Arbor Skyline High School on May 29 at Lake Forest Golf Club.
Qualifiers will then go to the Division 1 state finals at The Fortress in Frankenmuth June 7-8.