May 18, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Doug Ingalls Hired as New Saints Athletic Director

Encouraging an even closer relationship between the school sports department and the community, and working to improve the efforts of everyone involved with school sports are among the goals of Doug Ingalls, newly hired athletic director at LaSalle H More...

Saints Track Team Places Second at Manistique

The St. Ignace Saints girls and boys track teams each placed second behind Sault Ste. Marie at the Manistique Invitational meet Tuesday, May 9. The girls had a team score of 106, finishing behind Sault Ste. Marie’s winning score of 136. More...

Newberry, Munising Win Twilight Tourney

Newberry and host Munising were winners among teams from throughout the eastern Upper Peninsula competing in the annual Munising Lions Club tournament Friday Night, May 12. More...

Pirates Lose in Extra Innings to Sault Ste. Marie

The Pickford/Cedarville Pirates traveled to Sault Ste. Marie for a doubleheader Monday, May 8, against the host Blue Devils. In game one, Sault Ste. Marie prevailed 11-1. More...

Cedarville Girls Take Win in Newberry Track Meet

The Cedarville girls won with 106 points when track teams from around the Eastern Upper Peninsula gathered in Newberry for the annual Elks Club track meet Tuesday, May 9. More...

Saints Drop Two to Newberry in Baseball

The St. Ignace Saints’baseball team took on the Newberry Indians, Thursday, May 11, at St. Ignace, when the Indians took both games of a doubleheader, 20-6 and 11-1. In game one, Newberry used five hits and a St. More...

Saints and Pirates Battle in Baseball, Softball

The St. Ignace Saints baseball and softball teams traveled to Pickford, Wednesday, May 10, to take on the Pickford/Cedarville Pirates. In baseball, the Pirates took two from the Saints, winning game one 8-0 and game two 5-3. More...

New High School Sports Rule Limits Pitch Counts, Rest Between Games

Tommy John was a Major Leagues Baseball pitcher whose career lasted 26 seasons, resulted in 288 wins, 162 complete games, 2,245 strikeouts, and a win total that places him 26th among all-time career leaders - seventh among left-handers. More...

Saints Softball Splits Double

The St. Ignace softball team traveled to Wolverine Monday, May 8, and split a doubleheader with the host Wildcats. The Saints won game one 16-5, but fell in game two 17-3. More...

St. Ignace Saints and Pickford/Cedarville Pirates Battle in Baseball, Softball

The St. Ignace Saints softball team hosted and won the St. Ignace Invitational Saturday, May 13. In game one, St. Ignace defeated Brimley 15- 3 in five innings. Brimley scored in the top of the first to take a 1-0 lead, but St. More...

Tallaire Earns Low Medalist Honor With 78

The St. Ignace golf team traveled to West Branch to play 18 holes on The Dream course in a 12-team meet Thursday, May 11. The Saints struggled on the course and finished ninth with a team score of 380. Gaylord finished first with 326. More...

Fullerton Signs To Play at Lourdes University

St. Ignace senior Sam Fullerton has signed a letter of intent to play baseball for the Gray Wolves of Lourdes University in Sylvania, Ohio. More...

Rudyard Community Foundation Golf Scramble Will Be June 16

The Rudyard Area Community Foundation Four-Person Golf Scramble will be Friday, June 16, at The Oaks at Kincheloe Golf Course in Kincheloe beginning at 5:30 p.m. All proceeds will go to scholarships for Rudyard High School graduates.  More...

Mackinaw City Softball Sweeps Brimley Bays

The Mackinaw City softball team claimed a pair of victories on the road against Brimley Thursday, May 11. The Comets (7-8) topped the hosting Bays 5-3 in the first game before coming back to win again in the nightcap 9-6.  More...

First Tee Golf Program Teaches Life Lessons

St. Ignace Middle School students took a swing at learning about golf and important life principles Wednesday and Thursday, May 10 and 11, during a physical education class.  More...

Kinross Racers Will Face Outside Opposition

The world of short track auto racing in the Upper Peninsula is getting a new challenge this summer with the formation of a new Northern Michigan Triple Crown series that will pit competitors from the local Kinross Speedpark, Gwinn’s Sands Speed More...

Engadine Eagles Host 3rd Home Golf Meet

The Engadine Eagles hosted their third home golf match of the season Monday, May 8, when teams from Newberry, Mackinac Island, Brimley, and Engadine competed on the Hiawatha Sportsman’s Club course in Naubinway, the home course for the Engadine More...

Joel Dodds of the Saints Pitches Complete Game One-hitter

Monday, May 8, St. Ignace hosted Wolverine and swept a doubleheader, 11-0 and 16-6. In game one, the Saints scored one in the bottom of the first on an RBI single by senior Preston Mayle, and that run was all St. More...


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