April 27, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

St. Ignace Golf and Country Club Looks To Promote Itself as 2017 Season Begins

Of the more than 15,000 golf courses in the United States, St. Ignace’s lone course, the St. Ignace Golf and Country Club, is unique with its scenic location offering expansive views of the Mackinac Bridge and the Straits of Mackinac. More...

Pitcher Fullerton Strikes Out 13 in Saints Win

The St. Ignace Saints baseball team opened their season by splitting a doubleheader against the Pellston Hornets Wednesday, April 19, in Pellston. The Saints won game one 4-0 on the arm of senior Sam Fullerton. More...

Sea Grant Webinar Offered About Harbor Project

Michigan Sea Grant will host a webinar on the findings of the Sustainable Small Harbors project and its next steps, Monday, May 8, from 2 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. Participation is open to the public. More...

Rudyard Baseball, Softball Teams Remain Undefeated

The Rudyard Bulldogs improved to 4-0 by sweeping a doubleheader with the Gladwin Flying G’s Friday, April 14, at Gladwin. Rudyard won game one 7-2. More...

Saints Girls, Engadine Boys, Take First at Engadine Track and Field

The St. Ignace girls and Engadine boys teams took first place at the Engadine track and field meet Friday, April 21. St. Ignace won the girls meet with 99 points, edging out Pickford, who finished second with 96 points. More...

Last Game of Pickleball for Season Will Take Place April 26

The last game of pickleball for the 2017 season is Wednesday, April 26, at the Little Bear East Arena and Community Center in St. Ignace.  “The season went really well,” said City Recreational Manager Scott Marshall. More...

St. Ignace Saints, Mackinaw City Comets Split in Softball Season Opener

The St. Ignace Saints and the Mackinaw City Comets opened their softball season with a doubleheader matchup of cross-bridge rivals Monday, April 17.  More...

PC Pirates Boys Sweep Doubleheader April 19

The Pickford/Cedarville Pirates scored a combined 43 runs in two games, sweeping a doubleheader against Wolverine, Wednesday, April 19, at Wolverine.  More...

Mackinaw City Softball Splits With Harbor Springs

The Mackinaw City softball team hosted Harbor Springs Wednesday afternoon, April 19, with the two teams splitting their doubleheader. The Rams took a 10-7 victory in the opener, but the Comets (2-2) rallied back to win the nightcap 13-5.  More...

St. Ignace Girls, Newberry Boys Win First EUP Track Meet of the Season

Emma Bohn of Trojans Places First In Two Events

On a cold and windy day at the Kiwanis Track Complex in St. Ignace Tuesday, April 18, the St. Ignace Saints girls and the Newberry Indians boys won the first EUP meet of the season. More...

Bowling League Results

National League April 13, 2017 Straits Building Center 55, Driftwood 50, Super 8 Motel 50, George’s Body Shop 27. HTG/s: Straits Building Center, 596/1648; HIG/s: Chuck Arndt,   More...

Eastern U.P. Track Teams Do Well at Superior Dome Meet

The Cedarville Trojans, Pickford Panthers, and Engadine Eagles represented the Eastern Upper Peninsula well when track and field teams from around the U.P. More...

Brimley’s Marcus Harris Will Head to Elite Basketball Camp

Brimley basketball player Marcus Harris has been invited to attend the All American Elite Basketball Camp in Albright, Pennsylvania. A junior, Marcus has been invited to participate from July 18 to July 21.  More...


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