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Congratulations to Coach Brooks - BCAM Hall Of Fame Inductee

Congratulations to Coach Brooks on his award and accomplishments as the YCHS Varsity Boys Basketball Head Coach! #300wins #morethanacoach #YCSDynamic

The Grizzlies wrapped up the 2019 fall sports season on Saturday as the Girls Swim and Dive Team competed in the SEC Championships. Kudos to all the Grizzlies Fall Sports coaches, players and parents who enjoyed a good start to the year, regardless of wins and losses, our teams competed and showed effort in times of triumph and adversity. Great work Grizzlies.

Weekly Schedule 11/11/19 – 11/16/19

Tuesday - 11/12/19

  • Middle School Boys Basketball @ Bedford Middle School 7th Grade 4:15/8th Grade 5:30 PM - Pick up 1 at 2:00 PM WIMA then to Pick up 2 at 2:30 YCMS then to Bedford Middle School

Thursday - 11/14/19

  • Middle School Boys Basketball @ Chelsea Beach Middle School– 7th Grade 4:15 PM/8TH Grade 5:30 PM - Bus departs at Pick up 1 at 2:15 PM WIMA then to Pick up 2 at 2:45 YCMS 510 Emerick then to Saline Middle School 

To all parents of student-athletes and student-athletes in High School and Middle School that want to play sports for the Ypsilanti Community Grizzlies in 2019-20, you must get an athletic physical before you participate. Physicals can be done FREE OF CHARGE for all students in the RAHS clinic located in Ypsilanti Community High School and Middle School. If you don't have a physical, make an appointment today.


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Sport-Specific MHSAA Transfer Rule

Sport-Specific MHSAA Transfer Rule, enacted in 2018-19, takes effect this school year

EAST LANSING – The Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) made changes to the high school sports transfer rule last year and those changes, now sport-specific, take effect in the fall. A summary of the rules is below, with a link to the full rules, which are too lengthy for publication.

Sport-Specific Transfer Regulation:

Unless a high school student meets one of the 15 stated exceptions – most exceptions involve a defined residential change – a student will not be eligible for the next season in a sport he or she participated in at his or her former high school (any level) during the most recent previous school year. A student would be eligible in sports he or she did not participate in during the previous or current school year. Ineligibility is for the next school year in the sport played previously. A student who transfers during a season will not be eligible that season in a sport played that season, and ineligible in that sport the next season.

“Participation” means to have actually entered and competed in an interscholastic scrimmage or contest. To “participate” means to actually enter and play (or run, or swim, etc.) in an interscholastic scrimmage or contest.

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