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(August 16, 2022 11:17 AM) The Michigan High School Coaches Association has selected Andy Sheridan from Jackson High School for induction into the Hall of Fame. The induction ceremony will take place in the Terrace Room of the Bovee University Center on the campus of Central Michigan University at 1 p.m. on Sept. 25, 2022. 

Tickets to attend the event will be available now through Sept. 17 on the MHSCA.org website. 

Sheridan served as a basketball coach at Jackson High School for 27 years. He began as the junior varsity boys’ basketball coach in 1973 and coached for six seasons with a record of 79-61. In 1977 he became the girls’ varsity basketball coach for six seasons with a record of 126-14. His teams earned six conference championships, four district championships, three regional championships, were two-time state semifinalists and finalists in 1980-81 ending the season with a record of 26-1. 

From 1981-1999 Sheridan also coached the varsity boys’ basketball team with a record of 256-162. During this time his teams had six conference championships, six district championships, and one regional championship. Through the course of his career, Sheridan was recognized several times for his accomplishments with his teams. He was boys’ basketball Regional Coach of the Year four times, the CAC Conference Coach of the Year three times, the girls’ basketball AP Coach of the Year in 1982 and special mention in 1981, and was inducted into the BCAM Hall of Fame in 2013. He is also the coach with the most wins in Jackson High School History with 256 wins for boys’ basketball and 126 wins for girls’ basketball. 

Sheridan has actively supported and promoted his sport as a member of the BCAM, the BCAM All-Star Committee, the Jackson High School Hall of Fame Committee and ran many basketball clinics for the Jackson recreation department. 

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