October 4, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Hole in ... three

It’s every golfer’s dream, but most never achieve it – most never even get the opportunity to witness it. More...

Volleyball season heats up

MANISTIQUE – The Manistique Emerald volleyball team made it three-in-a– row with their parents’ night win over the Negaunee Miners Tuesday.  The Miners dug a hole early dropping the first set 25-9. More...

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UPSSA HS FOOTBALL POLL Week Four

BIG FIVE 1. Ishpeming (4) 6-0 25 2. Kingsford (1) 5-1 21 3. Menominee 5-1 15 4. Negaunee 6-0 11 5. Marquette 4-2 4 Other Iron Mountain 4-2 1 LITTLE FIVE 1. N. Dickenson (3) 6-0 23 2. St. More...

Emeralds fall short

Despite Iron Mountain loss, players look to postseason

MANISTIQUE – Beating the likes of Mid-Peninsula Conference powerhouse Iron Mountain has been an issue for most high school football teams, and the Emeralds were no exception.  More...

LaFave takes championship

MANISTIQUE – Jim La- Fave took High Gun honors at the recent Manistique Rifle and Pistol Club championship shoot. His handicapped score total topped all other shooters in the combined skeet and five stand one-day competition.  More...

Varsity drops 2, JV takes 2

GARDEN – The Big Bay de Noc volleyball teams played backto back games against Bark River and Carney Nedeau on Monday and Tuesday. More...

Outrunning competition

Big Bay de Noc varsity boys’ cross country team was recently awarded first place in the small school division at the Newberry Kiwanis Invitational. More...