September 5, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

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 EMERALDSVarsity FootballFri., Sept. 6 vs. Ishpeming atHOME, 7 p.m.Girls J.V./Varsity VolleyballMon., Sept. 9 vs. Newberry atHOME, 6 p.m.Thurs., Sept. 12 vs. Westwoodat 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...

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...

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...