November 16, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

COACH’S CORNER

Coach’s Corner features area coaches from various teams to get their perspective on coaching – the rewards, the challenges, their goals, and the benefits of team sports for student-athletes. More...

Rudyard’s Spring and Dugan Named to All-SAC First Team

The coaches of the Straits Area Conference (SAC) named their All- SAC volleyball teams Tuesday, November 7. Sault Ste. Marie’s Katja Wilhelms was chosen as the player of the year. More...

Pickford Panthers Fall to Pellston In Volleyball Regional Semifinals

Pellston won in four games over the Pickford Panthers Tuesday, November 7, in Class D regional semifinal volleyball action.  Pellston won the first two games 25-15 and 25-18. More...

BOWLING LEAGUE RESULTS

Bluewater League  November 6  Fred’s Pub 45, George’s Auto Parts 33, Mackinaw Trolley 31, The Wooden Door 25, B.C. More...

Rudyard Volleyball Team Takes Home Regional Title

The Rudyard Bulldogs volleyball team went 2-0 at Brimley to celebrate a Class D regional title, and defeated Pellston in the regional finals Thursday, November 9, 3-1.  But Rudyard lost the first game with Pellston 25-19.  More...

Saints Hockey Squirts Compete; Midgets Start November 25

St. Ignace’s squirts hockey team fell to 0-7-1 with three losses and a tie over the weekend. In home games, St. Ignace lost 15-1 and 12-2 to Soo Big Bear. St. More...

Saints Fall to Calumet in Volleyball Regionals Matchup

The St. Ignace Saints captured a volleyball district title, but along with it came a matchup with a strong Calumet squad in the Gladstone regional, Tuesday, November 7. More...

Two Comets Volleyball Players Named to All-conference Team

The 2017 season is over for the Mackinaw City Comets volleyball team, and Haley Jones and Kayla Gallagher were both named to the Northern Lakes Conference’s allconference first team.  More...

Game of Inches: Panthers Lose in Semifinals by Two Points to Forest Park

On a cold night when temperatures hovered around 10 degrees, the Pickford Panthers used big plays to battle back from a 16-point third-quarter deficit, but came up two points short in the end, losing 36-34 to the Forest Park Trojans in the 8-player D More...


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