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Pointstreak to provide Real-time Scoring for 2009 MHSAA District 12-1 Baseball and Softball Playoffs

May 20, 2009

Pointstreak to provide Real-time Scoring for 2009 MHSAA District 12-1 Baseball and Softball Playoffs

Toronto, ON – Inc. and Saline High School are pleased to announce that Pointstreak will provide real-time scoring and official baseball statistics services for the 2009 Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) District 12-1 Baseball and Softball Playoffs running from May 26-May 30.  All interested stakeholders fans, friends, family, media will be able to follow the games and their outcome in real-time on the Saline Hornets website (

The 2009 MHSAA District 12-1 Baseball and Softball Playoffs will feature 5 of the most competitive teams from Southeast Michigan in a single-elimination tournament culminating with the District Championship on Saturday, May 30th.  Saline High School will host the District Playoffs which will include the following schools: Ann Arbor-Huron, Ann-Arbor Pioneer, Dexter, Ypsilanti, and Saline.  The District Champion will move on to face the winner of District 9 (Kalamazoo Central District) in the Region 3 semi-finals at Holt High School on June 6th.  “Saline Athletics has always been on the cutting edge of interscholastic athletics, and joining with Pointstreak is another privilege that shows that we are committed to being a world class athletic department,”, said Rob White, Athletic Director, Saline High School.

Pointstreak’s baseball platform will streamline the process of capturing and delivering game statistics for the MHSAA and deliver those game events in real-time for the benefit of players, fans and media partners. A unique feature of Pointstreak’s baseball statistical solution is Game Live, a real-time flash application that streams play-by-play baseball results over a 3-D graphical image of a baseball diamond.  Pointstreak Stats for baseball is also geared towards the needs of media sources, providing Associated Press (AP) formatted box scores, allowing for easy reproduction of baseball stats into print media.

“Pointstreak is proud to have been chosen as the official real-time scoring and statistics provider for the MHSAA District 12-1 Playoffs.  We look forward to servicing the needs of the players, fans, and media and wish everyone the best of luck during the tournament”, said Paul Pettipiece, Vice President of Baseball Operations

About Pointstreak:

Pointstreak provides technology driven sports management and business solutions designed to streamline operations while facilitating and enhancing the sport participant, fan and media experience. Pointstreak's product line includes solutions for professional, collegiate, and junior sports leagues as well as for amateur and recreational sports leagues. Pointstreak's technology and products are designed to save sports organizations time, money, and effort and include solutions for statistics, online registration and website design and hosting. More information can be found on Pointstreak’s website at or

Go here to check out Pointstreak Game Live .

 For further information contact:
Paul Pettipiece – Vice President of Baseball Operations, Inc.
ppettipiece(at) or (905) 731-9867

About Saline Athletics:

The Saline Athletic Program has several integral players:  the athletes, coaches, parents, and school staff.  The focus of these key players should be on what school sports are all about – the team.  School sports promote the ideas of teamwork, discipline, personal sacrifice, hard work, sportsmanship, healthy lifestyle, and loyalty to school and community.  

For further information contact:
Rob White – Athletic Director, Saline High School
whiter(at) or (734) 429-8042

About the MHSAA:

A private, non-profit corporation, the MHSAA receives no tax dollars from the state of Michigan or the federal government. Its membership, made up of public, private and parochial schools, pay no membership dues or tournament entry fees — the only one of two such associations nationally to not accept membership dues or tournament entry fees from schools.

Through their boards of education, member schools voluntarily join the MHSAA each and every year, vowing by formal resolution to abide by and enforce common rules for educational athletics. Membership is optional: schools may conduct a complete program of interscholastic athletics and may participate against MHSAA member schools in regular-season competition without joining the MHSAA. 

The opportunities for athletic participation for Michigan secondary schools has grown from the original program of football, basketball, track and baseball for boys to a total of 28 sport activities in which tournaments for boys and girls are organized and conducted by the MHSAA. If one considers the breakdown of the 28 sports into categories of male, female, classes and divisions by enrollment, and Upper and Lower Peninsula, there is a total of 120 separate tournaments in which schools vie for a championship trophy. Nearly 300,000 young men and women take part in these activities each year.

For further information contact:
Michigan High School Athletic Association or (517) 332-5046


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