Entries for 'Engadine'

Superior Dome Gives Jumpstart to Spring

Superior Dome Gives Jumpstart to Spring
Thursday, April 27, 2017
Most Upper Peninsula track coaches will tell anyone the weather always is perfect in the Dome. After all, the temperature is constantly in the 70s and there’s no wind, rain or snow to contend with inside Northern Michigan University’s Superior Dome. And mos...
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Highlight Reel: Class C-D Girls Semifinals

Highlight Reel: Class C-D Girls Semifinals
Friday, March 17, 2017
The first day of the MHSAA Girls Basketball Finals at the Breslin Center in East Lansing produced three first-time finalists in the Class C and D fields for Saturday's championship games.
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MLS Carries Dream Run to Final Game

MLS Carries Dream Run to Final Game
Thursday, March 16, 2017
Thursday’s first Class D Semifinal would have produced a dream-come-true scenario whichever team emerged victorious. Saginaw Michigan Lutheran Seminary coach Brian Blaine just didn’t see that being his team when this tournament began.
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C-D Preview: Perfection & Possibilities

C-D Preview: Perfection & Possibilities
Wednesday, March 15, 2017
One of the state’s most impressive winning streaks in any sport this decade will take the main stage again this weekend at Michigan State University’s Breslin Center. Reigning Class D champion Pittsford will attempt to finish a second straight undefeated se...
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Engadine Cross Country Gets Fast Start

Engadine Cross Country Gets Fast Start
Friday, September 18, 2015
Twenty-eight years had passed since Engadine High School was last represented in cross country. The year was 1987, when Deren Pershinski captured the Upper Peninsula Class D championship as the Eagles’ lone representative. Things are different this year, as the E...
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Former MHSAA Coach Lands in NHL

Former MHSAA Coach Lands in NHL
Friday, April 5, 2013
This week in the year 2000, Jon Cooper had just finished his first season coaching at any level, having guided the Lansing Catholic hockey team to its first Regional championship in 25 seasons. Thirteen years later, he's running the Tampa Bay Lightning. Cooper's incred...
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