March 16, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

St. Ignace Saints Girls Capture Regional Class C Championship Title

The St. Ignace Saints captured their eighth straight regional championship with a 50-47 win over the Calumet Copper Kings during the Class C Regional final in Marquette Thursday, March 9. More...

St. Ignace Saints Top West Iron County Wykons in First Round of Regionals

The St. Ignace Saints used a big second-half to comeback to win their first-round regional matchup against the West Iron County Wykons, 67-58, Tuesday, March 7, in Marquette. More...

Cedarville Eliminates DeTour in Boys Semifinal Matchup

The Cedarville boys basketball team defended its home court with a 61-43 victory against DeTour Wednesday, March 8, in its district semifinal game. More...

Pickford Boys Defeat Mackinac Island 73-44 in Districts

The Pickford boys basketball team punched its ticket to the district finals with a 73-44 victory in Cedarville Wednesday, March 8, over Mackinac Island in the semifinal round. More...

Cedarville Alumni Basketball Game Will Be Held March 18

A Cedarville High School alumni basketball game will be played Saturday, March 18, at 6 p.m. at the John Duncan Memorial Gymnasium in Cedarville. The gymnasium will open at 5 p.m. for players to warm up. More...

Girls Basketball: Round One of Regionals Action

Girls basketball teams from Pickford and Engadine traveled to Pellston to take on Hillman and Harbor Light, respectively, in the first round of regional play Tuesday, March 7. More...

Mackinaw City Boys Eliminate Alanson in Semifinal Match-up

The Mackinaw City boys basketball team began its 2017 tenure in the playoffs Wednesday, March 8, by holding off the hard-charging Alanson Vikings for a 47-44 victory in Pellston. More...

Outdoors This Week in the Eastern U.P.

Well, it’s almost spring. More...

Cedarville Trojans Top Pickford Panthers in Districts; Key Player Injured

Sports are competitive and players and teams play to win, yet, even in professional sports, teams want to beat their opponents when they are at their best. More...

Cedarville, Engadine Fall in Boys Regionals

The Boys Class D Regional 31 began in St. Ignace, Monday, March 13. In first round action, Hillman (23-1) defeated Cedarville (16-7) 78-50, and Pellston (17-6) defeated Engadine (12-11) in overtime, 63-59. More...

Engadine Eagles Boys Win District Championship 78-61

When the Engadine Eagles visited the Brimley Bays to compete for the district championship Friday, March 10, and with Brimley claiming a pair of wins when the two teams met in the regular season, and this night playing in their own house, most would More...

Saints Midget BB Team Falls to Iron River in State Tournament

The season ended successfully at 32-7-4 for the St. More...

Bowling League Results

Bluewater League  Fred’s Pub 47, The Wooden Door 43, George’s Body Shop 42, Mackinaw Trolley 28, BC Pizza 27.  HTG: The Wooden Door 474; HTS: Fred’s Pub 1274; HIG/s: Barb Palmer 179/468.  450-500 Series: Barb Palmer 4 More...

St. Ignace Saints Boys Fall to Newberry 67-55 in District Finals

The St. Ignace boys basketball team defeated the Manistique Emeralds 78-66 at Newberry High School Monday, March 6, in the district semifinals to advance to the championship game. More...

Mackinaw City Comets Boys Bested in District Final by Pellston 76-54

The Mackinaw City boys basketball team’s 2016-17 season concluded with a 76-54 loss in its district championship game Friday, March 10, against Pellston. More...

Round One of District Action Puts Eagles, Bays on Top

Wednesday, March 8, round one of boys basketball district action began with the Engadine Eagles facing off against the Maplewood Baptist Black Bears and the Brimley Bays taking on the Eagles of the Ojibwa Charter School. More...

Engadine Eagles Topple Pickford Panthers To Take Class D Regional Title

The Engadine Eagles and the Pickford Panthers took girls high school basketball to the next level as they faced off for the regional championship, which was held in Pellston Thursday, March 9. That night, these two teams were both fired up. More...


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