September 13, 2007 RSS feed / Sports

St. Ignace 3-0 After 35-6 Straits Area Conference Win Over Newberry

With his team's second consecutive win, the latest being a 35-6 Straits Area Conference (SAC) win over the Newberry Indians Friday, September 7, at Saints Field, St. More...

Eagles Drop Heartbreaker in 35-29 OT Loss to Hornets

Engadine Eagles dropped a heartbreaking 35-29 overtime nonconference decision to the Pellston Hornets Friday, September 7. More...

Nordics Beat Panthers 42-8

Mid-Eastern Football League

The North Dickinson Nordics gained 420 yards on the ground en route to a 42-8 Mid-Eastern Football League win over the Pickford Panthers Friday, September 7, giving the Panthers their first loss of the early season. More...

Junior Varsity Football

Pickford, Cedarville Earn Wins

Panthers Beat Hornets Pickford Panthers junior varsity team defeated the Pellston Hornets 19-6 in a junior varsity match-up Thursday, September 6. More...

Area Football Scores

Straits Area Conference Friday, September 7 St. Ignace 35, Newberry 6 Cheboygan 35, Marquette 0 Sault Ste. Marie 28, Rudyard 8 Coming Up... Friday, September 14 St. Ignace at Rogers City Newberry at Rudyard Cheboygan at Sault Ste. More...

Bowling

National League B-Bay 7, Star Line 5, Timmy Lee's Pub 5, Mackinac Sales 5, Mackinac Grille 2, Miller Lite 2, Clyde's Drive-In 2, 10 Pin Coastie 0. HTG/s: Timmy Lee's Pub 812/2263; HIG: Howard Stone 267; HIS: Chris Barker 617. More...

JV Eagles Defeat Trojans for Invitationl Title

By David Latva

Engadine Eagles junior varsity volleyball team, with a 3-0-3 overall record, captured the Cedarville Invitational title Saturday, September 8, at the John Duncan Gymnasium. More...

Brimley Drops EUPC Match to Rival Pickford

The Brimley Bays fell to the Pickford Panthers in an Eastern Upper Peninsula Conference volleyball match 25-19, 20-25, 25- 21,18-25, and 16-14 Thursday, September 6. More...

Saints' Rickley Named to All-Invitational Team

Saints Go 2-8 at Inland Lakes

St. Ignace Saints finished the Inland Lakes Volleyball Invitational with a 2-8 record Saturday, September 8. Marcie Rickley was named to the All-Tournament Team. The Saints defeated Gaylord St. More...

Trojans Stay Undefeated With 36-6 Win Against Mid-Pen

The undefeated Cedarville Trojans shrugged off a sluggish start to post a 36-6 Mid-Eastern Football League (MEFC) win over the Mid Peninsula Wolverines Friday, September 7. More...

Naturalist Program on Black Bears

The Seney National Wildlife Refuge Center will hold a naturalist program, "Preparing for Winter? Black Bears Are, Too!" beginning Wednesday, September 19, at 7 p.m. at the visitor center. More...

Pemble Scores Ace

Uzz Pemble of St. Ignace scored his fourth hole-in-one on hole two at St. Ignace Golf Club Sunday, September 9. His playing partners were Jesse Pemble, Kevin Matson, and Andy Krause. More...

Rudyard Falls to Sault 28-8

Straits Area Conference

The Rudyard Bulldogs football team fell to 2-1 overall and 0-1 in the Straits Area Conference after a 28-8 setback at the hands of undefeated Sault Ste. Marie Blue Devils during a league game Friday, September 7. More...

Jets Beat Bays

Brimley Bays fell to 0-3 on the season after a 50-0 Mid-Eastern Football League (MEFC) setback at the hands of North Central Jets (2-1) Friday, September 7. More...

Beaver Island Defeats Lakers

Volleyball

The Mackinac Island Lakers dropped a Northern Lights League weekend volleyball doubleheader to Beaver Island Islanders 18-25, 20- 25, 23-25 Friday, September 7, and 19-25, 16-25, 24-26 Saturday, September 8. More...

Engadine's Varsity Squad Downs Brimley

The Engadine Eagles defeated the Brimley Bays 25-14, 27-25, and 25-18 during an Eastern Upper Peninsula volleyball match Thursday, August 30. "I was very happy with the way the girls played," said Eagles Head Coach Kathy Miller. More...

Trojans Split EUPC Matches

Cedarville Trojans split their two Eastern Upper Peninsula Conference volleyball matches Thursday, September 6, defeating the DeTour Raiders 25-15, 25-17, and 25-12, and falling to Pickford 19-25, 25-13, 24-26, and 17-25 Thursday, September 30. More...


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