August 24, 2006 RSS feed / Sports

St. Ignace Salmon Derby To Begin Sat.

A first prize of $3,000 will be award for the heaviest salmon caught during the St. Ignace Salmon Derby Saturday, August 26, and Sunday, August 27. More...

Ontario Team Wins Munoscong Scramble

Frank Kutcher Sr. and Frank Kutcher of Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, carded a 36-hole score of 124 to win the championship of the TwoMan Golf Scramble Tournament at the Munoscong Golf Club in Pickford Saturday, August 12, and Sunday, August 13. More...

Sign-Up and Open Gym for Saints Jr. High Girls Basketball Is Wednesday

Seventh and eighth grade girls who would like to play Saints junior high basketball are invited to a sign-up and open gym session Wednesday, August 23, at 6 p.m. at the St. Ignace Middle School gymnasium. More...

Dan's Place Horseshoe League

Women's AA: Cathy and Kasey 72, Joe's Bar and Grill 58, Jute and Missy 57, Quality Inn of St. Ignace 55, and Frank and Jim's 54. More...

Saints Coach Faces Challenge With Positive Energy

The St. Ignace News 2006 Fall Sports Preview is dedicated to a coach who has gone through adversity during the last eight months, but continues to be positive and upbeat. More...

Season Openers

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12 Returnees Key To Coach Spencer's 10th Season at LHS

Twelve returnees, including eight seniors, three juniors, and one sophomore, will be the backbone of the 2006 St. Ignace football squad under the guidance of Coach Marty Spencer in his 10th season leading the Saints. More...

Klimczak, Krug To Complete Final Season as Saints Trainers

Cally Klimczak and Jamie Krug, seniors at LaSalle High School (LHS), will close out their final season as trainers for the St. Ignace Saints football and girls basketball teams. More...

Referee Duo With 97 Combined Years, To Sit Out 2006 Season

Two of the longest registered football officials with the Michigan High School Athletic Association, Jim Lamoreaux and Gene Massey, will not officiate during the 2006 gridiron season. More...

EUPC, WC To Begin Inaugural Season as Mid-Eastern League

A project two years in the making will become a reality as the football teams from the Eastern Upper Peninsula Conference (EUPC), one of the oldest leagues in the Upper Peninsula, will join forces with the Wolverine Conference (WC) to form the new Mi More...

Historian Seeking Old Nicknames

Ron Pesch, the Michigan High School Athletic Association historian, is seeking nicknames from past high schools in the Upper Peninsula. More...

Defending EUPC Champions Cedarville Gear Toward New League

Cedarville posted the perfect regular season in 2005 after registering a 9-0 mark and the Trojans won the Eastern Upper Peninsula Conference (EUPC) for the final time as a football league and qualified for the Michigan High School Athletic Associatio More...

11 Returnees To Lead Pickford Panthers Into 2006 Campaign

Third-year coach Josh Rader guided Pickford into the Michigan High School Athletic Association playoffs during his first two seasons and with 11 returnees, the Panthers could make the big dance for a third consecutive season. More...

Engadine Looks To Repeat Success in Girls Hoops of 2005

Engadine High School's (EHS) success was one of the top sports stories in 2005 and the Eagles could repeat with the squad returning, but if the girls from EHS return, they will do it with a new coach. More...

Elicia Derusha To Complete Standout Career at Engadine HS

Elicia Derusha, two-time Eastern Upper Peninsula Conference (EUPC) Player of the Year, Class D All-State first team selection, Upper Peninsula All-Class Dream Team, and More...

Veteran Coach, Senior Class To Bolster DeTour Raiders Lineup

Veteran coach Dave Miller has been around high school basketball for more than 30 years and continues to teach the game of basketball on a positive note. More...

Holly Brown Named To Coach St. Ignace X-Country in 2006

Holly Brown, 1998 graduate of LaSalle High School (LHS), will take over the Saints cross country program after fifth-year coach Diane Huskey stepped down. More...

Rudyard Bulldogs Out To Defend District Hoops Championship

Mike Jarvie is in his fifth season as varsity coach for the Lady Bulldogs, but begins his 20th year as a teacher of mathematics and science in the Rudyard school system. More...

Youthful Squad, Low Numbers for Brimley Bays 2006 Hoops

Ray Bell, in his fifth season at Brimley High School (BHS), will have a youthful squad and low numbers for the 2006 season. More...

LaSalle Musicians Continue To Build Strong Music Program

LaSalle High School musicians, under the guidance of third-year band director Jason Byma, continues to work hard building the LaSalle High School (LHS) music department into a program that the school and community can take pride in. More...

Trojans, Panthers Girls Coaches

Trojans new head coach Sonja Duncan. More...

Coach Janet Warren Returns To Lead Saints Cheerleading Team

Janet Warren resigned after the 2004-05 school year, but the veteran coach missed coaching and returned to the LaSalle High School cheer team for the 2005-06 boys basketball season. She will lead the 2006 cheer squad for the football campaign. More...

St. Ignace Saints Junior Varsity Cheerleading Team

St. Ignace Junior Varsity Cheerleaders include (front, from left) Melissa Malfroid, Ashley Kasper; (back) Jordan Grogan, Amara Ellis, Dani Ford, Kayla Bruce, and Kaitlin Frosland. More...

Trojans Girls, Boys X-Country Gains Respect Through Success

Cedarville has put the Eastern Upper Peninsula on the cross country map with the success of the Trojans girls and boys teams during the last three years. More...

Cedarville High School Cheer Team Joins Fall Sports Preview

Cedarville High School cheerleaders are the newest team to join More...

Coach Jim Matteson Built Strong Program at Newberry in Late '80s

Newberry was one of the schools in The St. Ignace News More...

2006 Junior Varsity Girls Basketball and Football Team Photos

St. Ignace Saints Junior Varsity Football Team includes (front, from left) Matt Arthur-3, Dan St. More...

Lora Brown, Kevin Matson Capture St. Ignace Golf Club Championships

Lora Brown and Kevin Matson became first-time champions after capturing individual titles at the St. Ignace Golf Club Saturday, August 19, and Sunday, August 20. More...

Saints Basketball Teams To Host 4th Golf Tourney

The St. Ignace girls and boys basketball teams will host their fourth annual Three-Person Scramble Golf Tournament Saturday, September 16, at the St. Ignace Golf Club. More...

CCSS Soccer Programs

Consolidated Community Schools Services sponsored soccer More...

Women's Bowling Meeting Is Monday

There will be a mandatory meeting for the women's bowling Bluewater League at Gateway Lanes Monday, August 28, at 6:30 p.m. More...

Two LaSalle Coaches, Three Former EUP Athletes Compete in Triathlon

Two LaSalle High School (LHS) coaches and three former Eastern Upper Peninsula athletes competed in the Grand Haven YMCA Triathlon Sunday, July 9. More...

Coach Ingalls Life Changes Before 8th Season With Saints

Coach Dorene Ingalls' life has changed during the last eight months, but her thoughts about returning for her eighth year with the Saints stays on a positive note with the help of family and friends before the 2006 campaign. More...

50 Years Ago-Six Schools Sponsored Football in Eastern U.P.

Fifty years ago in 1956, six schools from the area were sponsoring football. St. Ignace, Cedarville, Pickford, DeTour, Rudyard, and Brimley had already started programs, and Engadine began its gridiron team in 1960. More...

MHSAAAnnounces 2006 Tournament Schedules

The Michigan High School Athletic Association announces the tournament schedule for fall sports, including the Lower Peninsula boys golf, boys soccer, Upper Peninsula cross country, football, and girls basketball. More...

14 Girls Begin at Least Third Hoops Season at Varsity Level

Experience will be the key word to describe the girl's basketball talent in More...

CHS To Host '07 All-Star Classic

Cedarville hosted the successful 21st Annual Upper Peninsula All-Star Basketball Classic Saturday, June 10. More...

New Coach To Carry on Winning Tradition at Cedarville High

Sonja Duncan is no stranger to the varsity coaching ranks in the Eastern Upper Peninsula, but the former basketball standout at Cedarville High School (CHS) and Saginaw Valley State University (SVSU) will have her first opportunity to coach varsity b More...

Pickford Returns 4 Fourth-Year Hoops Varsity Players in 2006

"Experience with talent" is the best phrase to describe the Pickford girls varsity basketball team for 2006, as third-year coach Becky Arbic has four girls returning for their fourth season to bolster the Panthers lineup. More...

Panthers 3 Year Varsity Standouts

Three-year varsity players at Pickford include Jason More...

Eagles To Fly Into Gridiron Season with 9 Returning Seniors

Forty years ago Engadine High School (EHS) won its first Eastern Upper Peninsula Conference (EUPC) championship in its sixth season of organized football. More...

Eagles Captured 1st EUPC Crown in 1966

The Eastern Upper Peninsula Conference completed its final season in 2005 and will join forces with the Wolverine Conference to form the MidEastern Football Conference (MEFC). More...

Coach Works Hard To Keep Comets Program on Positive Note

Paul Wallin, in his 10th season as varsity coach at Mackinaw City, has been working hard to keep the Comets girls basketball program on a positive note. More...

LaSalle High School Golf Team in Rebuilding Stage for 2006

LaSalle High School has qualified for the state golf finals in two of the last three years, but after losing five standout golfers, Ben Brown, in his fourth season as coach, will be rebuilding in 2006. More...

Rudyard Bulldogs Optimistic About 2006 Gridiron Campaign

Coach Pat Maloney, in his fifth season at Rudyard High School (RHS), lost 10 quality athletes to graduation, but is optimistic about the future for his Bulldogs gridiron team in 2006. More...

Brimley Gears Toward Gridiron Season With Eight Returnees

Coach Brian Reattoir will enter his 11th season at Brimley and his 2006 gridiron squad will have eight returnees. More...

Engadine Eagles JV Basketball Team

Engadine Eagles Junior Varsity Basketball Team includes (from left) Kacie Rutledge-13, More...

Saints Top Golfers Returning To The Links in '06

Saints returning golfers, with Coach Ben Brown, are Jeffrey Gamble (left) and Tyler Mapes. More...

Cheer Team Earns Prestigious Award at UCA Camp

LaSalle High School (LHS) varsity cheerleaders received the most prestigious award during the Universal Cheerleading Association Camp at Western Michigan University (WMU) from July 28 through July 31. More...

LaSalle Fall Events for Football, Hoops

LaSalle High Schools fall schedule of events begins with parents night for the St. Ignace varsity football team Thursday, August 31 when the Saints host East Jordan at 7 p.m. More...

Cross Country U. P. State Finals Records

The Upper Peninsula State Finals in cross country will be in Houghton at the Michigan Technological University Trails Saturday, October 21. These are the individual and team records for the area teams at the finals. More...

Laura Peterson To Begin Second Season With Finlandia Volleyball

High school volleyball in the State of Michigan is played during the winter months, but at the national collegiate level, the sport takes place during the fall season. More...

Rudyard Bulldogs JV Basketball Squad

Rudyard Bulldogs Junior Varsity Basketball Team includes coach Tony Jarvie and players Jamie Fegan, Kelly Soblaskey, Lisa Folkersma, Crystal Brownlee, Katia Locke, Liz Schroeder, Lakota Captain, Ariel Clark, Jessie Rye, Moe Mongene, Amoris Dolly, Amb More...

2006 Varsity Football, Girls Basketball Composite Schedules

FOOTBALL COMPOSITE SCHEDULE August 24 ( Thursday) More...


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