Midland Amateur Sports Capital Committee

1973 Midland High School Chemics Baseball Team

The 1973 Midland High School Chemics Baseball Team won the 1973 MHSAA State Class A Baseball Championships defeating the defending champion Royal Oak Kimball 1-0 with a ‘Suicide Squeeze Play’ in the final inning. Earlier that day the Chemics defeated Detroit Henry Ford 3-0 in a [...]

Zane Colestock

In over three decades as the tennis coach at Northwood University, Zane Colestock established his program as being among the best in the nation. Under his direction the Timberwolves men’s and women’s teams annually ranked in the top twenty in the nation, posting a winning [...]

Bob Jennings

Bob Jennings, a 1984 graduate of H.H. Dow High School, became the first swimmer in the Saginaw Valley League to win six individual championships in three years. The former team captain (1983-84) held varsity records in the 50- yard freestyle, 200-yard individual medley, 100-yard [...]

Brian Leigeb

Brian Leigeb attended H. H. Dow High School where he participated in basketball and football earning All-Saginaw Valley League honors twice in football and once in basketball. As a senior, he was named The Midland Daily News Football Defensive Player of the Year. Leigeb received [...]

Anne Elizabeth Miller

In 1991 Anne Miller ranked first in the nation for 16-year-old girls and won the U.S. National Claycourts and Hardcourts G-16s (16-year-old girls). In 1992, Miller ranked second in the nation G-18s, won the Easter Bowl G-18s and was selected for the Clairol/World Tennis [...]

Ernest ‘Ernie’ Malzahn

Ernie Malzahn attended Utica High School where in 1954-55 he was an All-Conference back in football on both offense and defense. He was a state champion high hurdler in track in 1955 and 1956 and also played guard on the basketball team. While at Bowling Green State University, [...]