Shows & Specials

State Champs! High School Sports Show

CATCH OUR 5 TIME EMMY AWARD WINNING SHOW BRINGING YOU ALL THE ACTION FROM HS SPORTS, AIRING THIS FALL ACROSS MICHIGAN ON FOX SPORTS DETROIT!

Airing:
Sunday Mornings at 9 AM on FOX Sports Detroit!!

Our premier, 5-Time Emmy Award Winning High School Sports Show! provides a weekly comprehensive look at High School Sports, including award winning videography, not to be missed game highlights, Tournaments and events, recruiting and coaching news, sports media analysis, and accomplishments across High School athletics. 
We also bring you award winning feature stories that take you behind the scenes to learn more about standout student athletes, programs, and coaches, as well as in-depth media analysis on the latest coaching, recruiting, MHSAA, and NCAA news. 
You can catch the High School Sports Show on Fox Sports Detroit, airing across the state of Michigan. For a full listing of upcoming State Champs! Network Shows and Events, please view our Media Schedule dor date and air times. 

 

 

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    The USA Hockey Arena is a multi-purpose arena in Plymouth Township, Michigan, opened in 1996. It is the Home of USA Hockey's National Development Program! Originally known as the Compuware Sports Arena, It was renamed to USA Hockey Arena in 2015 when the USA Hockey Foundation purchased the arena. USA Hockey Arena encompasses approximately 170,000 square feet with one main seating level, private suites and press boxes. The creative design of the arena affords the opportunity to provide 3,504 seats for hockey games and 4,500 seats for concerts and other performances.