Grand Haven senior Michael MacDonald and his team will be able to start practicing on Saturday and start competition this month – but the start for other contact sports won't come until the start of February.

After Wednesday's update from the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, the official start date for a handful of winter sports was pushed back yet again by two weeks.

For a pair of non-contact sports – bowling and boys swimming and diving – practices and competition will both start this month, with swim kicking off on Jan. 22 and bowling getting underway on Jan. 25.

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