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This week all top three teams not already invited will be added to the invited list! Here are the rankings: MITCA D1 Week Two 2016 MITCA D2 Week Two 2016 MITCA D3 Week Two 2016 MITCA D4 Week Two 2016 … Continue reading
The results of the first week are in. If your team placed in the top two in your division and gender, then you are HEREBY extended an invitation to compete in the 2016 MITCA Team State Championship meet for your division! MITCA D1 Week One 2016 MITCA D2 Week One 2016 MITCA D3 Week One 2016 MITCA D4 Week One … Continue reading
The MITCA website will be undergoing some maintenance work over the next week or so. Please excuse any formatting or other issues that might temporarily detract from your user-experience.
Long time MITCA Treasurer, Jerry Lasceski has been inducted into the National High School Athletic Coaches Association Hall of Fame. Congratulations! See the article and more in the latest edition of the MHSCA Newsletter. … Continue reading
Long-time MITCA member, track coach, and local T&F vendor, Pete Woods has passed away.
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These training ideas for early season Michigan weather from a collection of coaches from around Michigan. Winter-Like training in the Thumb of the Mitten Lisa Shaw/Croswell-Lexington It is not by chance that the Thumb has a multitude of wind turbines. It can be a downright windy, snowy place at the beginning of the track season. The Cros-Lex Pioneers refer to … Continue reading