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Moment: 109 Minutes, 8 OT, 2 Champions

Moment: 109 Minutes, 8 OT, 2 Champions
Sunday, April 12, 2020
Not before 2008 nor since has an MHSAA Hockey Final finished in a tie. But on March 8, 2008, Marquette and Orchard Lake St. Mary's played eight overtimes and 109 minutes before a tie and co-champions were announced in the Division 2 title game.
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D2 Preview: 2019 Final 4 Back for More

D2 Preview: 2019 Final 4 Back for More
Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Last year, we previewed the Division 2 Semifinal bracket by discussing the contenders’ familiarity with each other as three of four teams returned from the season before. This year, the only change is that they probably know each other even better.
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Performance: Marquette's Aaron Grzelak

Performance: Marquette's Aaron Grzelak
Friday, February 28, 2020
Four-year Marquette standout Aaron Grzelak capped his high school career with an individual sweep at Monday’s Division 1 Finals at Boyne Highlands, winning the slalom and giant slalom to lead Marquette to its eighth-straight team championship. The two individual ...
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Stars Lead Redettes to 5th-Straight Finals Win

Stars Lead Redettes to 5th-Straight Finals Win
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
Marquette is chasing itself. The Redettes' girls skiing team won its fifth straight Division 1 championship Monday at Boyne Highlands. That leaves only one team ahead of the current Marquette squad — the 1999-2004 Redettes.
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By 1 Point, Marquette Ties Title Record

By 1 Point, Marquette Ties Title Record
Tuesday, February 25, 2020
The goal sat there. Dan Menze and his Marquette Redmen just didn't know if they'd quite reached it.
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Scholars & Athletes 2020: Class A

Scholars & Athletes 2020: Class A
Tuesday, February 18, 2020
The Michigan High School Athletic Association has selected 12 student-athletes from Class A member schools to receive scholarships through the MHSAA/Farm Bureau Insurance Scholar-Athlete Award program. Each of the scholarship recipients will be honored at a halftime ce...
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Winn-ing Ways Key Redettes Repeat

Winn-ing Ways Key Redettes Repeat
Saturday, February 15, 2020
It’s not easy to repeat as Upper Peninsula champions, and that was proven again Saturday afternoon as the Marquette girls swimming & diving team navigated a tough battle with Sault Ste. Marie. However, the Redettes prevailed, earning 377 points to the Blue De...
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Team Effort Vaults Marquette Back to #1

Team Effort Vaults Marquette Back to #1
Saturday, February 15, 2020
Going into Saturday’s Upper Peninsula Swimming & Diving Finals, it had been three years since the Marquette boys finished on top. To end that streak, the Redmen would need their underclassmen to start fast on the blocks – and Marquette’s youth def...
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Skiing Climbs Toward 70 Years on Slopes

Skiing Climbs Toward 70 Years on Slopes
Friday, January 31, 2020
A glance at the MHSAA record books shows 45 years of MHSAA skiing championships, beginning in 1975. But did you know the Association has sanctioned an Upper Peninsula Regional meet since 1952? And a Lower Peninsula Regional was added in 1954?
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UP Schools Big & Small Find Multi-Sport Success

UP Schools Big & Small Find Multi-Sport Success
Tuesday, January 14, 2020
It should not come as a surprise that the Class A school with the highest percentage of multi-sport athletes has an athletic director who lived that life. Alex Tiseo, athletic director at Marquette High School, received 15 varsity letters while he was a student at the ...
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Paupore Closes Career with 3-Peat Run

Paupore Closes Career with 3-Peat Run
Saturday, October 19, 2019
Negaunee senior Emily Paupore is used to leading the way in cross country races. She has done that in most races since her sophomore year.
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Plotkin Completes 2nd Boys Finals 4-Peat

Plotkin Completes 2nd Boys Finals 4-Peat
Saturday, October 19, 2019
Brimley senior Austin Plotkin said he tried to run Saturday’s Upper Peninsula Division 3 Final like any other race. But, perhaps as expected, it was much more.
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Preview: Historic Finish Guaranteed

Preview: Historic Finish Guaranteed
Friday, October 18, 2019
Only 16 runners in MHSAA boys cross country history have won three Finals championships. Only one – Central Lake’s Ryan Shay from 1993-96 – finished first four times during his high school career. Brimley’s Austin Plotkin is part of that three-t...
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Preview: Seniors to Shine 1 More Time

Preview: Seniors to Shine 1 More Time
Friday, October 18, 2019
We always can count on high school sports to be cyclical in the way athletes move through their four seasons and are replaced by the next wave. But some groups certainly are more memorable than others. And Saturday’s Upper Peninsula Girls Cross Country Finals wil...
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Marquette Ends Negaunee 5-Year Reign

Marquette Ends Negaunee 5-Year Reign
Wednesday, October 2, 2019
All good things must come to an end.  After a five-year run as Upper Peninsula Division 1 champion, the Negaunee girls tennis team was dethroned by Marquette on Wednesday at the MHSAA Final played at the Negaunee Tennis Complex.
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#TBT: 2002 Ends with Lights-Out Finals

#TBT: 2002 Ends with Lights-Out Finals
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
The Flint IMA had been to the MHSAA Ice Hockey Finals what Joe Louis Arena was to the Detroit Red Wings since it began hosting high school championships in the state in 1977. For parts of four decades, the facility set the scene for many memorable moments on ice for sc...
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Marquette Clinches Win in Final Event

Marquette Clinches Win in Final Event
Saturday, June 1, 2019
The race for the Upper Peninsula Division 1 girls track & field championship came down to the wire here Saturday, as Marquette edged reigning champion Negaunee 106-100. Marquette secured its eighth title in nine years by winning the 1600-meter relay in four minutes...
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Gladstone Takes Back Top Spot in UPD1

Gladstone Takes Back Top Spot in UPD1
Saturday, June 1, 2019
The Gladstone boys had quite a championship reign at the Upper Peninsula Track & Field Finals during the previous decade, taking the Division 1 titles from 2004-09, then winning again in 2013. They returned to the winner's circle here Saturday, bringing home the ch...
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Preview: Legacy-Making Opportunities

Preview: Legacy-Making Opportunities
Friday, May 31, 2019
We will say good-bye to a number of graduating champions at Saturday’s MHSAA Girls Track & Field Finals. But it’s hard to not also be excited about some of the final legacy-making opportunities for outgoing seniors – and new chances to shine for a...
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Negaunee, Olivier Cap 4-Year Title Runs

Negaunee, Olivier Cap 4-Year Title Runs
Thursday, May 30, 2019
Negaunee won its fourth straight MHSAA Upper Peninsula Division 1 Finals trophy Wednesday, but Marquette's Alec Olivier also left quite a legacy. Olivier finished his high school tennis career with an unblemished 63-0 record and capped it with his fourth UP title at No...
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