September 5, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

Emeralds hit gridiron

The Emeralds’ defense put pressure on the Miners all night long last Friday, when the team traveled to Negaunee for their season opener. More...

Come up short in impressive showing in negaunee

NEGAUNEE – On a day when the Manistique Emeralds racked up some impressive stats, it was the game’s final stat that mattered.  More...

Playing to keep

Big Bay de Noc School held a ribbon-cutting ceremony recently to celebrate the completion of phase one of its playground project. The playground was constructed using sinking fund dollars – money collected from local taxpayers. More...

Bump, pass, Spike

girls kiCk off season with 3-0 win

ISHPEMING – The Emerald volleyball team started Mid- Peninsula Conference play with a 3-0 (25-14, 25-23, 26-24) win over Ishpeming while on the road last Thursday. “This match was a great start to finish,” Coach Amy Nixon said. More...

New Michigan law in effect for youth sports concussions

LANSING – With the start of the new school year, athletic programs have new rules to follow to help protect young athletes. A recent law that went into effect on June 30, regulates sports concussions for youth athletes in Michigan. More...

Coming Up in Sports

MANISTIQUE EMERALDS Varsity Football Fri., Sept. 6 vs. Ishpeming at HOME, 7 p.m. Girls J.V./Varsity Volleyball Mon., Sept. 9 vs. Newberry at HOME, 6 p.m. Thurs., Sept. 12 vs. Westwood at Westwood, 6 p.m. More...

‘Green’ fired up

Schoolcraft Memorial Hospital Rural Health Clinic recently performed 136 sports physical examinations on local youth who must undergo the physical check prior to participating in competitive sports a More...