Entries for 'Northern Lower Peninsula'

Snowbirds Soar Again As 8-Player Power

Snowbirds Soar Again As 8-Player Power
Friday, October 4, 2019
After the first three weeks of the football season, it didn’t look like anyone was going to be able to stop Gaylord St. Mary. The Snowbirds, after all, had scored 215 points over three convincing victories during their first season since making the move to compet...
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Trojans Standout Back from Basic Training

Trojans Standout Back from Basic Training
Friday, September 20, 2019
It seemed appropriate that the first game T.J. Schultz played his senior season for the Central Lake/Ellsworth football team was also the program’s fourth annual Veterans and First Responders Appreciation Night. Schultz, a starting linebacker and running back in ...
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Northern Schools Find Solution in NMFL

Northern Schools Find Solution in NMFL
Friday, September 6, 2019
With 17 schools spread across 11 counties, the Northern Michigan Football League has created an indelible footprint since it was born into existence five years ago. The conference, made up of three divisions of schools in varying size, has been able to sustain and evol...
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Seniors Setting Pace for East Jordan Run

Seniors Setting Pace for East Jordan Run
Friday, August 23, 2019
Matt Peterson says he couldn’t have asked for a better group than the one he has this year making up his boys cross country team at East Jordan. Peterson also couldn’t have asked for more experience than the Red Devils bring into the 2019 season.
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Frankfort's Newbold Cool, Calm, Contender

Frankfort's Newbold Cool, Calm, Contender
Thursday, June 6, 2019
On the golf course, Frankfort senior Will Newbold appears to be calm, cool and collected. It’s an outward impression that mirrors the way Newbold is feeling on the inside too.
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McBain Twins Geared Up for Last Finals

McBain Twins Geared Up for Last Finals
Friday, May 24, 2019
It’s been said that records are made to be broken. McBain twins Keegan and Klaudia O’Malley seem to have taken that notion to heart.
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Revived Mancelona Boys Charging Ahead

Revived Mancelona Boys Charging Ahead
Thursday, May 9, 2019
Ability alone won’t get it done on the track. That’s why the transformation of the Mancelona boys track & field team didn’t happen until the Ironmen added confidence to their talent.
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Surging Boyne City Shining in Spotlight

Surging Boyne City Shining in Spotlight
Friday, April 26, 2019
Boyne City is a force to be reckoned with on the girls soccer pitch. Katie Harmeling still remembers when that wasn’t the case.
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Rogers City Swinging for Semifinal Return

Rogers City Swinging for Semifinal Return
Friday, April 12, 2019
The well of softball talent never seems to run dry at Rogers City High School. So, even though the Hurons lost five key players from last year’s team that went 32-6 and reached the Division 4 Semifinals, they entered the 2019 season with the same high expectation...
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Lober Begins 50th Year On Track at TC Central

Lober Begins 50th Year On Track at TC Central
Friday, March 29, 2019
Traverse City Central boys track & field coach John Lober has a seemingly endless number of stories about athletes he convinced to come out for the sport. The collection of pictures from teams of the past and championship trophies that adorn his office deep in the ...
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Petoskey Racing for Record Title Streak

Petoskey Racing for Record Title Streak
Saturday, February 23, 2019
The Petoskey boys ski team is no stranger to being king of the hill. However, one more ascension to the summit will put the Northmen in exclusive company.
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Oscoda Teams Rise From Past to Perfection

Oscoda Teams Rise From Past to Perfection
Friday, February 8, 2019
The tide has turned in Oscoda. After struggling year after year in boys and girls basketball, the Owls are enjoying quite a turnaround on the hardcourt this winter as both teams enter the final month of the regular season undefeated — just one of two schools in t...
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Bear Lake Coach Invited to NFL Forum

Bear Lake Coach Invited to NFL Forum
Friday, January 25, 2019
Samantha Mullet lives and breathes football. Mullet figures to be right in her element then when she takes part in the National Football League’s “Women’s Careers in Football Forum” over Feb. 26-27 in Indianapolis.
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Alpena Goalie Surges to Statewide Stardom

Alpena Goalie Surges to Statewide Stardom
Friday, January 4, 2019
Cooper Black has saved his best for last. It’s just among the many saves Alpena’s goalie has made so far during his senior season with the Wildcats’ ice hockey team.
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'Petoskey Brand' Shines On Under Past Star

'Petoskey Brand' Shines On Under Past Star
Thursday, December 20, 2018
Dennis Starkey was the face of Petoskey basketball for 32 years. Now the Northmen have turned to a new, but familiar face to lead them into the next era on the hardwood after Starkey announced his retirement following the 2017-18 boys basketball season.
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Gaylord Rules North, Seeks to Take State

Gaylord Rules North, Seeks to Take State
Friday, December 7, 2018
The town of Gaylord is surrounded on all sides by more than an hour of northern Michigan roads and landscape. But when it comes to high school wrestling, Gaylord is like an island.
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'All Together' Onekama Seeks 1st Football Title

'All Together' Onekama Seeks 1st Football Title
Friday, November 16, 2018
The Upper Peninsula is soon to be invaded by Portagers. The village of Onekama, meanwhile, might resemble a ghost town. A large and loyal following for the Onekama football team is geared up for a trip to the Superior Dome in Marquette, site of Saturday’s 8-Playe...
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Wooer Leads Kingsley's Return to Power

Wooer Leads Kingsley's Return to Power
Thursday, November 1, 2018
Tim Wooer does not have the ability to wave a wand and make victories on the football field appear out of thin air. The Kingsley football program is certainly grateful for the magic Wooer has brought back to the gridiron in no time at all, however.
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TC West Ace Finishing Dy-namite Finals Run

TC West Ace Finishing Dy-namite Finals Run
Friday, October 19, 2018
Anika Dy already has cemented her legacy as one of the greatest female high school golfers in state history. Still, she continues to add to that decorated career as she winds down her senior season at Traverse City West.
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Harbor Springs Earning Historic Opportunities

Harbor Springs Earning Historic Opportunities
Friday, October 5, 2018
This isn’t your brother’s Harbor Springs football team. This year’s Rams are putting together a season on the gridiron that hasn’t been seen here in quite some time.
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