|Aug 25||Bad Axe Quad||Huron County Fairgrounds|
|Sept 3||Ubly Invitational||Ubly High School|
|Sept 12||Hatchet Invitational||Bad Axe High School|
Bad Axe Athletics is a member of the MHSAA School Broadcast Network. We were the first school in the Greater Thumb Conference to have the capability to broadcast events from both the Claude Marsh Football Field and the High School Gymnasium that included football, basketball, volleyball, graduations, and more. Since then there are now TEN of the GTC Schools that are now part of this program giving even more Hatchet games that can be viewed online.
Streaming is done on the NFHS Network with a low cost subscription in which a portion is returned to the school athletic programs. Begin your subscription today by clicking on the NFHS Network logo and watch your Hatchets LIVE or ON DEMAND.
(989) 269-9597 ext. 4015
DUE TO COVID- ADMISSION TO GAMES WILL BE LIMITED TO 2 GUESTS PER PLAYER. PLAYERS WILL RECEIVE TWO VOUCHERS BY THEIR COACHES PRIOR TO EACH SCHEDULED HOME & AWAY GAME. THERE IS NO PUBLIC ADMISSION TO ANY ATHLETIC EVENT DUE TO EXECUTIVE ORDER AND MHSAA GUIDELINES.
THERE WILL BE NO ADMISSION COSTS FOR THOSE WHO DO HAVE A VOUCHER TO ENTER THE EVENT.
High School Games- $5.00
Junior High Games- $4.00
*All Bad Axe Students FREE at every HOME game
*K-5 Students Must Be Accompanied By Adult
Season Family Pass- $100
|2020 Girls Basketball District Champions|
|2020 Girls Bowling Regional Champions||2019 Girls Soccer Conference Champions|
|2019 Boys Soccer District Champions||2019 Boys Golf Conference Champions|
|2019 Girls Bowling Conference Champions||2019 Wrestling District Champions|
|2018 Girls Soccer Conference Champions||2018 Boys Golf Conference Champions|
|2018 Boys Soccer District Champions||2018 Girls Bowling State Qualifier|
|2018 Boys Bowling Conference Champions||2018 Girls Cross Country State Qualifier|
|2018 Boys Cross Country Regional Champions (State Qualifier)||2017 Boys Golf Conference Champions|
|2017 Boys Cross Country Regional Champions (State Qualifier)||2017 Boys Cross Country Conference Champions|
|2016 Baseball District Champions||2016 Girls Soccer Conference Champions|
|2016 Boys Basketball Conference Champions||2016 Wrestling Conference Champions|
|2016 Boys Soccer Conference Champions||2015 Girls Soccer Conference Champions|
|2015 Wrestling District Champions||2015 Boys Basketball District Champions|
|2015 Boys Basketball Conference Champions||2015 Boys Bowling State Runners Up|
|Basketball- Boys||Mark Krug|
|Basketball- Girls||Kurt Dennis|
|Cross Country||Nick Rochefort|
|Golf- Boys||Bill MacAlpine/Mike Sutherland|
|Soccer- Boys||Adam Sutherland|
|Soccer- Girls||Matt Varner|
|GTC EAST||GTC WEST|
|Brown City Green Devils*||BAD AXE HATCHETS*|
|Capac Chiefs||Caro Tigers*|
|Harbor Beach Pirates*||Cass City Red Hawks*|
|Marlette Red Raiders*||EPBP Lakers*|
|Memphis Yellow Jackets||Reese Rockets|
|Sandusky Redskins*||USA Patriots*|
|Ubly Bearcats||Vassar Vulcans*|
|HIGH SCHOOL||JUNIOR HIGH|
|Baseball||Basketball- Boys & Girls|
|Basketball- Boys & Girls||Cross Country- Boys & Girls|
|Bowling- Boys & Girls||Football|
|Cheerleading||Track- Boys & Girls|
|Cross Country- Boys & Girls||Volleyball|
|Soccer- Boys & Girls||ELEMENTARY|
|Softball||Basketball- Boys & Girls|
|Tennis- Girls||Cross Country- Boys & Girls|
|Track- Boys & Girls||Wrestling|
Claude Marsh Field
Claude Marsh Field has been the home for Hatchet Football and Track & Field since October 14, 1983 when it was dedicated in honor of the legendary football coach. Coach Marsh, known as the Golden Greek, led the Hatchets football team for 16 years from 1949-1964 as well as coaching basketball and track. He compiled nearly 100 wins and numerous league championships. The Hatchets were unbeaten in 1952, reeling off a 22-1-1 mark from 1952-54. His teams in 1962 (8-0) and 1963 (9-0) were rated No. 1 in Class B at season's end. From 1961-64, the Hatchets were 32-1-1 under Marsh including a 26-game unbeaten streak, as well as four straight league crowns. He is a member of the Michigan High School Coaches Hall of Fame and the Michigan High School Football Coaches Hall of Fame. "The Golden Greek," an action biography of Marsh's life was written in 2003 by Bad Axe Distinguished Alumni recipient, Richard D. Lee. Coach Marsh passed away in June of 2005.
Turmell Field is the home of Hatchet baseball named after longtime varsity head coach Wayne Turmell. Turmell began coaching the Hatchets in 1982 and led them for the next 30 seasons before stepping down in 2011. He compiled a 508-331-16 career record capturing numerous league and district titles. In 2000, Turmell led the Hatchets to the Division 3 State Finals where they finished as State Runners-Up. Turmell served as President of the Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association (MHSBCA) and was later inducted into the MHSBCA Hall of Fame in 2001. Turmell was part of the first ever baseball coaching duo in Michigan to have two Hall of Fame coaches along with longtime assistant coach Hank Weitenberner who was inducted in 2008. Coach Turmell was a Bad Axe High School teacher and also served as an assistant principal and interim superintendent. Turmell Field was dedicated on May 20, 2012.
David DeCourval Soccer Complex
Named after the first soccer coach for both the Hatchet boys and girls teams, the David DeCourval Soccer Complex was dedicated on October 16, 2014. Coach DeCourval was instrumental in beginning the Hatchet soccer program in 1994 as well as developing the youth soccer program that plays on the east side of the school campus. DeCourval coached both in the fall and spring for 20 years leading the boys team to four district titles and the girls to two district titles in 2009 and 2013. Coach DeCourval passed away in January of 2014.
Lee Kahler Track
Dedicated on September 11, 2015, the Lee Kahler Track honors the current Track & Field Head Coach for over 50 years of coaching. Kahler has served as the Head Boys and Girls Track & Field Coach for 40 years starting in 1980. Prior to becoming Head Coach, Kahler served 12 years as an assistant Track & Field coach. During his tenure, Hatchet teams have captured 5 boys league titles, 5 girls league titles, and 2 girls regional titles. Coach Kahler also was a longtime Cross Country Coach from 1982-2017 capturing 5 boys and 5 girls league titles and 3 girls regional titles. Kahler taught biology at Bad Axe HS from 1967-2000. He also served as an assistant football coach from 1967-1978 and Head Coach from 1979-1981 including a State Runner Up in 1978 as well as Head Coach for Hatchet wrestling. Coach Kahler was inducted in the Michigan Interscholastic Track Coaches Hall of Fame in 2005 and the Michigan High School Coaches Association Hall of Fame in 2012.