EAST LANSING, Mich. May 9 Championship rounds for girls basketball, team wrestling and individual wrestling will have new homes for the 2017 18 season, as approved by the Representative Council of the Michigan High School Athletic Association during its annual Spring Meeting, May 7 8, in Glen Arbor.The Girls Basketball Semifinals and Finals, played from 2004 06 and then 2010 17 at the Jack Breslin Student Events Center at Michigan State University, will move to Van Noord Arena on the campus of Calvin College in Grand Rapids. The Team Wrestling Finals, contested the last two seasons at McGuirk Arena at Central Michigan University after a long run at Battle Creek Kellogg Arena, will begin at least a four year engagement at Wings Event Center in Kalamazoo.The Individual Wrestling Finals, previously a three day event hosted by The Palace of Auburn Hills from 2002 through this March, will be contested at Ford Field in Detroit over two days.In addition to those changes, the Representative Council also approved keeping the MHSAA Boys Basketball Semifinals and Finals at the Breslin Center for the 2017 18 season and approved a return to Northern Michigan University Superior Dome as the host of both 8 Player Football Finals in 2017.
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