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Northmen Rule Again in D2 Final

Northmen Rule Again in D2 Final
Monday, February 24, 2014
A first for Cadillac, and more of the same for Petoskey. Keenan Cooper became the first male skier in Cadillac history to sweep the MHSAA individual ski titles Monday when he accomplished the feat at the Division 2 Final at Nub’s Nob. Petoskey, led by double-med...
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Marquette Shines Again in Repeat

Marquette Shines Again in Repeat
Monday, February 24, 2014
The pressure was on. But Marquette still managed to thrive at the MHSAA Division 1 Boys Skiing Final at Schuss Mountain.
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Northmen Kings of the Mountain Again

Northmen Kings of the Mountain Again
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
The Petoskey boys were nearly in top form Monday, earning their third straight MHSAA Division 2 ski title at Marquette Mountain with 39 points.
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Marquette Peaks in D1 Final

Marquette Peaks in D1 Final
Tuesday, February 26, 2013
Marquette is back as MHSAA Division I Boys Skiing champions after the Upper Peninsula school ended competition Monday with a combined score of 57 points to finish ahead of defending champion Clarkston’s 74 at Boyne Mountain. The championship was the Redmen’...
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Skiing Finals: Downhill Champions Rise

Skiing Finals: Downhill Champions Rise
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
The MHSAA Skiing Finals frequently are dominated by teams that have built stacks of championships over the years. But occasionally, a new contender enters the mix -- and dominates like the Clarkston boys did Monday at the Division 1 Final at Nub's Nob. Check out our r...
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Today's Finals: Remember these names and races

Today's Finals: Remember these names and races
Friday, February 24, 2012
This season's MHSAA Skiing Finals will be raced Monday at Nub's Nob and Boyne Highlands just outside of Harbor Springs. These are some of the short stories behind the team contenders in both divisions for both boys and girls, plus a few individuals whose names should ...
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