EAST LANSING — There were 127 team champions were crowned in Michigan High School Athletic Association post-season tournaments during the 2010-11 school year. Here is a sport-by-sport listing of MHSAA champions for 2010-11 sports season

Boys Cross Country (Lower Peninsula) — Division 1: Detroit Catholic Central (Anthony Magni); Div. 2: Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern (Joe Cucuru); Div. 3: Grandville Calvin Christian (Lauren TenKate); Div. 4: North Muskegon (Gary Neal)

Boys Cross Country (Upper Peninsula) — Division 1: Marquette (Mike Leanes); Div. 2: Stephenson (Peggy Grille); Div. 3: Eben Junction Superior Central (Sandy Smith)

Girls Cross Country (Lower Peninsula) — Division 1: Grand Haven (Gregory Russick); Div. 2: Grand Rapids Christian (Doug Jager); Div. 3: Hanover-Horton (Dean Blackledge); Div. 4: Hesperia (Douglas Baird)

Girls Cross Country (Upper Peninsula) — Division 1: Calumet (Arnie Kinnunen); Div. 2: Rudyard (Alan Jarvie); Div. 3: Dollar Bay (Matt Zimmer)

Boys Track (Lower Peninsula) — Division 1: East Kentwood (Dave Emeott); Div. 2: East Lansing (Pat Murray); Div. 3: Frankenmuth (Jerry Drake); Div. 4 (tie): Albion (Mike Jurasek) and Big Rapids Crossroads Acadamy (Ben Talsma)

Boys Track (Upper Peninsula) — Division 1: Marquette (Michael Leanes); Div. 2: St. Ignace (Emily Fullerton); Div. 3: St. Ignace (Emily Fullerton)

Girls Track (Lower Peninsula) — Division 1: Grosse Pointe South (Stephen Zaranek); Div. 2: Detroit Country Day (David Wilson); Div. 3: Benzie Central (Asa Kelly); Div. 4: Fowler (Jill Feldpausch)

Girls Track (Upper Peninsula) — Division 1: Marquette (John Peterson); Div. 2: St. Ignace (Trudy Olsen); Div. 3: Brimley (Joyel Hyvarinen)

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