Lancers News · MHSAA Attendance Restrictions at Tournaments – Including the Boys Basketball District Championship

Lancer Fans, please be advised that the MHSAA has come out with their attendance restrictions for the District Championship Friday night at 7pm at St. Joe High School.  Attendance will be limited to Parents, legal guardians and essential administrators (See an excerpt below from the website that details the restrictions).  As always, you can listen to the live audio stream for free on the Lakeshore Lancers Network (Search on Google or Facebook for “Lakeshore Lancers Network” for the live link to listen to the audio of the broadcast).  For anyone that would like to watch a live stream of the game, please log on to and search Lakeshore High School and you can subscribe for $10.99 (good for one month on the network – so any live streamed games of the tournament you will be able to watch).  Please continue to check back with the website for the most current information regarding tournament attendance policies.  We will continue to try and update our website and social media outlets as we get information.  Follow the Lancers on Twitter at @LHSLancerSports and follow us via Facebook at Lakeshore Lancer Athletics.


Excerpt from MHSAA Website below:


MHSAA Tournaments to Continue with Attendance Restrictions, Online Streaming of Finals

EAST LANSING, Mich. – March 12 – Postseason events sponsored by the Michigan High School Athletic Association and scheduled for March 12-14 will be conducted as scheduled. However, attendance will be restricted at all events through this weekend, with updates to be announced Monday, March 16, for the remainder of the girls and boys basketball tournaments.

The MHSAA Ice Hockey Semifinals and Finals will be played March 12-14 at USA Hockey Arena, with Lower Peninsula Boys Swimming & Diving Finals beginning Friday, March 13 and concluding March 14 at Oakland University and Holland Aquatic Center. Girls Gymnastics at Rockford High School also will be competed Friday and Saturday this weekend. Girls Basketball Regionals Finals are scheduled for tonight, March 12, across the state, as are Boys District Finals on Friday, March 13.

Based on recommendations from Gov. Gretchen Whitmer suggesting attendance limitations, no spectators will be allowed for the three Swimming & Diving Finals, both days, or Saturday’s Girls Gymnastics Individual Finals. These events have the highest number of participants of this weekend’s events.

However, for Hockey Semifinals and Finals and Gymnastics Team Finals – events with far fewer participants – a limited number of spectators will be allowed, as determined by participating schools, to include only parents, legal guardians and essential administrators. Basketball games during the next two days also will allow only limited spectators, as determined by participating schools and following these same restrictions.  Each competing school will provide the entry list of parents, legal guardians and essential administrators to the host site prior to each contest.

To recap, here is a breakdown of sport-by-sport attendance and broadcast stipulations.



Boys Basketball District Finals
Rounds: All scheduled for March 13.
Attendance: Limited to parents, legal guardians and essential administrators.
Broadcast: Live streaming of some games, with subscription, on

Bands, cheerleaders and gatherings in parking lots or elsewhere on-site will not be allowed. Restrictions on noisemakers, etc., will continue to be upheld for those fans who will attend.

For those allowed to be present, there will be no attendance charged at any of these five events. Online ticket sales have been stopped, and all tickets that have been purchased are voided and will be fully refunded.

Fans not allowed to attend will have the opportunity to watch coverage of all three of this weekend’s Finals live on Complete streaming of all 12 Hockey Semifinals and Finals games is scheduled, as is streaming of both the Team and Individual Gymnastics Finals and both preliminaries and Finals for swimming & diving. also will carry a number of girls and boys basketball games this weekend as part of its usual subscription coverage by members of the School Broadcast Program.

The streaming of all three divisions of the MHSAA Swimming & Diving Finals and both Team and Individual Gymnastics Finals will be provided FREE OF CHARGE.  More details about access to these free feeds will be provided in the next update this afternoon.

This remains a fluid situation, and another update will be released today, March 12, at 2 p.m. Updates will be posted to the MHSAA Website at