January 2, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Sled dog race to see change

MARQUETTE – As the Upper Peninsula Sled Dog Association prepares for the 25th consecutive running of the UP200, the organization has announced changes to the 2014 races. The UP200, Midnight Run, and Jack Pine 30 will return to the central U.P. More...

Miners roll over Emeralds, production still an issue

NEGAUNEE – Coach Todd Kanga closed out 2013 still looking for some production from his Emerald basketball team. The lack thereof led to losses to Negaunee and Gwinn in the last two outings at home and on the road. More...

Coming Up in Sports

MANISTIQUE EMERALDS Girls Varsity Basketball Fri., Jan. 3 vs. Negaunee at HOME, 7:30 p.m. Mon., Jan. 6 vs. Escanaba at HOME, 7:30 p.m. Varsity Swim Wed., Jan. 8 vs. Ishpeming/ More...

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Off since Dec. 19, the Lady Black Bears will travel to Mid-Pen on Friday. More...

Event offers free skis, snowshoes

RAPID RIVER – In an effort to celebrate National Winter Trails Day, the Hiawatha National Forest, together with Brampton Bike and Ski of Gladstone, will have skis and snowshoes to use free of charge on Jan. More...

Cook leads fourth quarter charge

NEWBERRY – A 25-point fourth quarter wasn’t enough to help the Lady Emeralds record a holiday break victory on the road in Newberry last Friday. More...

Sports Briefs

Bears face Munising COOKS – The varsity boys Big Bay de Noc Black Bears will travel to Munising tonight (Thursday after press time) to compete in what could be called a battle of undefeated teams. More...