Entries for 'Port Huron Northern'
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
Gameplanning around Braiden McGregor seemed like a no-brainer coming into the season for Port Huron Northern’s opponents.
While avoiding the 6-foot-5, 250-pound junior linebacker and defensive end is still pretty wise, it’s not exactly working thanks to the...Continue Reading
Thursday, April 26, 2018
Eight student-athletes who will be juniors at their schools during the 2018-19 academic year have been selected to serve two-year terms on the MHSAA’s Student Advisory Council.Continue Reading
Sunday, March 11, 2018
As one champion capped a weekend Saturday that couldn’t have gotten much better, another potentially got started on what could turn into one of the most impressive runs in MHSAA history.
Yes, that’s a pretty strong statement. But Grosse Pointe United&...Continue Reading
Wednesday, January 4, 2017
It wasn’t long ago that Port Huron Northern’s girls basketball team started scheduling measuring stick games.
Now, in coach Mark Dickinson’s ninth season, the Huskies still have those games on the schedule. They’re just looking more like the &ld...Continue Reading
Sunday, June 2, 2013
For the Port Huron Northern girls tennis team, winning the Lower Peninsula Division 1 championship at the Midland Community Tennis Center was all about redemption.
Last year, the Huskies tied Clarkston for second place with 25 points as Grosse Pointe South walked awa...Continue Reading
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Two things are sure to occur at this weekend's MHSAA Ice Hockey Finals.
At least one Division 2 finalist will play in a title game for the first time. And no matter which wins Saturday, that team will take leave Plymouth's Compuware Arena with its first MHSAA Fin...Continue Reading
Wednesday, May 30, 2012
Only three champions are back this weekend in flights they won at the 2011 Lower Peninsula Girls Tennis Finals.
That means the likelihood of a lot of first-time individual winners -- and some shuffling among the contenders for MHSAA team titles.Continue Reading
Wednesday, March 7, 2012
The ice has disappeared from the hometowns of this weekend's Division 2 Ice Hockey Semifinalists.
But the best hockey action of the season will take place beginning today at Plymouth's Compuware Arena. Continue Reading