Learn about the Michigan National Guard
Inside Selection Sunday: Mapnalysis '17
Football
Posted Sunday, October 22, 2017

We haven’t had Michigan high school football teams travel by boat to their playoff games, nor fly like the birds over places like Saginaw Bay and the northern stretch of Lake Michigan.

But phrases like “use the lake” and “follow the highway” dominated this year’s playoff mapping process, which once again saw members of the MHSAA staff and representatives of the Michigan High School Football Coaches Association draw into Districts and Regionals nearly 300 dots for our 10-division tournament that kicks off this weekend.

Continue Reading
1st-Time Winners Shine at UP Girls Finals
Posted Sunday, October 22, 2017

Nobody could catch Negaunee sophomore Emily Paupore at Saturday’s Upper Peninsula Girls Cross Country Finals.

Paupore ran the day’s fastest time, covering the 3.1-mile course at Pictured Rocks Golf Club in 19 minutes, 22.3 seconds on this sunny, warm and breezy day.

Continue Reading
Liggett Outlasts Greenhills for D4 Repeat
Posted Saturday, October 21, 2017

With its second straight Division 4 team title minutes from being locked up, Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett received a scare when William Cooksey, the second seed at No. 1 singles, went down writhing in pain after hurting his left wrist.

At the time, the team title was still on the line and he was up against Evan Sood of Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard, 6-1, 2-1.

Continue Reading
New Champions Reign at UP Boys Finals
Posted Saturday, October 21, 2017

The Gogebic and Brimley boys had never been crowned Upper Peninsula cross country champions before Saturday, and Houghton won for the first time in six years.

The only repeat winner was Brimley's Austin Plotkin, who repeated as the fastest runner in UP Division 3.

Continue Reading
Harbor Springs Goes Low, Claims 1st Title
Posted Saturday, October 21, 2017

Going into this weekend’s Lower Peninsula Division 4 Girls Golf Finals at Michigan State's Forest Akers East, the best team score Harbor Springs had produced this season was a 330.

When his team shot a 352 to place fourth after the first day, Harbor Springs coach Pete Kelbel pointed out that 330 number as a barometer for the Rams to try and close the 12-stroke gap that existed between them and first-place Almont.

Continue Reading

Submit Your Story

Scores and Schedules