• Gielczyk: Bobcats Rebuilding This Season

    basketball

    A seven-point loss, 44-37, to its Manistee County rival Onekama in the Class D district championship game at Mesick brought the Brethren girls basketball team's season to a premature end, at least in the Bobcats' eyes. 

  • Northern Michigan Athletes Honored as Academic All-State

    track and field

    The Michigan Interscholastic Track Coaches Association has announced its 2017 individual academic all-state honorees. 

  • Rivera's Grand Slam Lifts Beach Bums to Win

    TRAVERSE CITY – The Beach Bums scored four runs in the first inning on their way to a 4-3 victory over the Cornbelters at home on Thursday.

  • Ten Area Teams Earn Academic All-State Honors

    track and field

    The Michigan Interscholastic Track Coaches Association has announced its 2017 high school individual academic all-state honorees, with 10 northern Michigan schools receiving recognition. 

  • Benzie Central's O'Rourke Recognized in National Rankings

    wrestling

    BENZONIA -- The National Wrestling Hall of Fame, USA Wrestling and FloWrestling combined to put together their first National High School Girls Wrestling Rankings, with Benzie Central’s Makenzi O’Rourke ranked sixth in the 200-pound weight class. 

  • Gielczyk: Forest Area Preps for Year 2 of 8-Man

    football

    For the players returning from last year's Forest Area football team, the memory of the 53-0 loss to Pickford in the MHSAA 8-man football playoffs hasn't faded all that much. 

  • Ginsberg Honored by National Coaches Association

    basketball

    Longtime high school and collegiate basketball coach Dave Ginsberg was recently honored by the National High School Basketball Coaches Association for a career that has spanned 40 years on benches around Michigan. 

  • Edson: High School Coaches: Communication is the Key

    Over more than four decades of covering high school sports, the common theme I hear from coaches, athletes and parents is this: Communication is the key. 

  • MHSAA Participation Remains Above State Enrollment Downturn

    The Michigan High School Athletic Association recently announced its participation numbers for the 2016-17 school year, with three of the 28 sports with postseason tournaments setting participation records. 

  • Beach Bums Lose in Extras to Boomers

    TRAVERSE CITY – The Beach Bums started the second half of the season with a 5-3 loss to the Boomers in the 10th inning at home.

  • Trojans Seek New Boys Basketball Coach

    basketball

    TRAVERSE CITY -- The Traverse City Central boys basketball team seeks a new head coach, as Jeff Turner has left the program to take the head coaching position of the Allegan boys basketball team.

  • Gielczyk: Buckley Seeking to Take Game up a Notch

    basketball

    Everyone is familiar with the story by now. Or should be. The small community of Buckley went crazy as its boys basketball team blazed a path to the MHSAA Class D state championship game, nearly toppling Powers North Central for the ultimate prize. 

  • Red Wings Development Camp: Working Together On And Off The Ice

    The Detroit Red Wings continue their annual Prospect Development Camp in Traverse City.

  • Players Enjoy Traverse City During Red Wings Development Camp

    A number of young hockey prospects are in Northern Michigan, getting their first opportunity to explore the Cherry Capital during their time off from the Detroit Red Wings Development Camp.

  • Coaches' Profile: Newberry's Bryant Takes Cadillac AD Position

    CADILLAC – Newberry varsity football and girls basketball coach Fred Bryant has made the move below the Mackinac Bridge and accepted the athletic director position at Cadillac High School and junior high school. 

  • Pellston's Krussell Signs with Alpena CC

    volleyball

    PELLSTON – Pellston senior Kaylee Krussell recently signed her letter of intent with Alpena Community College and its volleyball program. 

  • Gielczyk: Ginsberg Retires After 40-Year Career

    basketball

    Dave Ginsberg, who was inducted into the Basketball Coaches Association of Michigan Hall of Fame in 2016, isn't closing the door on the possibility of coaching again some time down the road. 

  • Fourteen Area Golfers Named All-State

    golf

    The Michigan Interscholastic Golf Coaches Association has announced its 2017 boys golf all-state teams. 

  • Tullymore Classic Continues

    The Tullymore Classic continued Saturday, hitting the midway point.

  • Twenty Northern Michigan Athletes Named Academic All-State

    baseball

    The Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association has announced its 2017 individual academic all-state honorees.

  • Vikings' Berger Returns Home to Newaygo for Youth Camp

    football

    NEWAYGO – For the straight year, Newaygo alum and current Minnesota Viking center Joe Berger returned home on Wednesday to conduct a youth football camp. 

  • Gielczyk: TC West Learning from 2017

    baseball

    Traverse City West's baseball team won the Big North Conference title for the fourth time in the last five years this season, but fell a little bit short in the MHSAA Division 1 district tournament. 

  • Frankfort's Zimmerman Named High School All-American

    baseball

    FRANKFORT – Although its postseason run ended before reaching the state finals, one Frankfort baseball junior is receiving national recognition after an impressive campaign. 

                   

  • Northern Michigan Athletes, Coaches Honored as All-State

    tennis

    The Michigan High School Tennis Coaches Association has released its 2017 girls Lower Peninsula all-state teams. 

  • Northern Michigan Teams Honored for Academics

    baseball

    A pair of northern Michigan baseball programs have been recognized by the Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association as Academic All-State Teams. 

  • TC Central Boys Forfeit 2017 Regional Title

    track and field

    TRAVERSE CITY – The Traverse City Central boys track and field program will forfeit its 2017 MHSAA Division 1 regional championship due to the participation of an ineligible student-athlete, the school announced Thursday. 

  • Thirty-Nine Area Softball Players Named All-State

    softball

    The Michigan High School Softball Coaches Association has named its 2017 All-State teams. 

  • Eight Area Athletes Prep for All-Star Game

    football

    UNIVERSITY CENTER – Eight northern Michigan seniors will cap off their high school careers at Saturday’s 35th Michigan High School Football Coaches Association East/West All-Star Game. 

  • Gielczyk: Manistee's Guillen Stepping Away After More Than a Decade

    soccer

    As he looked out the window of the restaurant, Rudy Guillen smiled. Almost wistfully, it seemed. 

  • Area Coaches Recognized by MHSBCA

    baseball

    The Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association its 2017 regional coaches of the year, with four northern Michigan coaches receiving the honor.

  • Twenty-Five Northern Michigan Athletes Named All-State

    baseball

    The Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association has announced its 2017 Dream Team and All-State teams.

  • Straits Area Announces Baseball All-Conference Teams

    baseball

    The Straits Area Conference has released its 2017 baseball all-conference teams. Below is a listing of student-athletes receiving recognition. 

  • Loons' Rincon Wins Home Run Derby

    MIDLAND – The 2017 Midwest League All-Star activities kicked off Monday with the Home Run Derby taking place at Dow Diamond, with Loons’ Carlos Rincon winning in front of his home crowd. 

  • MSU's Jankoska Coaches at Cadillac Skills Camp

    basketball

    CADILLAC – The Cadillac girls basketball team welcomed former Michigan State standout Tori Jankoska to host a skills basketball camp.

  • Champion Bulldogs: Inland Lakes Captures 1st State Title

    softball

    EAST LANSING – Inland Lakes’ journey to the MHSAA Division 4 state final has come full circle. 

  • TC St. Francis Falls in D3 Title Game

    baseball

    EAST LANSING – An historic run to the MHSAA Division 3 state finals ended for the top-ranked Traverse City St. Francis baseball team on Saturday. 

  • Gaylord St. Mary Falls Late to Hudson in D4 Semis

    baseball

    EAST LANSING – The 10th-ranked Gaylord St. Mary baseball team ended its season in the MHSAA Division 4 state semifinals on Friday. 

  • Shepherd Falls to Defending Champ St. Mary in D3 Semis

    softball

    EAST LANSING – The Shepherd softball program’s run to the MHSAA Division 3 state semifinals came to an end Friday at Michigan State. 

  • Coleman Falls to Ottawa Lake Whiteford in D4 Semis

    softball

    EAST LANSING – A dream season for the Coleman softball program ended in the MHSAA Division 4 state semifinals on Friday. 

  • Peterson Sends TC St. Francis to D3 Finals

    baseball

    EAST LANSING – Late-inning heroics has the top-ranked Traverse City St. Francis baseball team one win away from its first state championship since winning the 1990 Class D title. 

  • Inland Lakes Shuts Out Kalamazoo Christian in State Semis

    softball

    EAST LANSING – Powered by 14 hits, including a pair of home runs, the top-ranked Inland Lakes softball program cruised to a 9-0 win over perennial power Kalamazoo Christian in a MHSAA Division 4 state semifinal at Michigan State on Friday. 

  • TC St. Francis Eyes 1st Title Since 1990

    baseball

    TRAVERSE CITY – With its entire starting lineup intact from a season ago, the top-ranked Traverse City St. Francis baseball program is back in the state semifinals for the first time since 1992. 

  • Gaylord St. Mary Rolls Into D4 Semifinals

    baseball

    GAYLORD – Despite the graduation of a large senior class, the Gaylord St. Mary baseball team and its offense that has scored 45 runs this postseason, is back in the MHSAA Division 4 state semifinals for a second straight. 

  • Win the Day: Coleman Seeks 1st State Title Since 2005

    softball

    COLEMAN – The last time the Coleman softball program appeared in the MHSAA state semifinals, many of its players had yet to enter kindergarten.

  • Northern Michigan Athletes Named All-State

    soccer

    The Michigan High School Soccer Coaches Association has released its 2017 girls soccer all-state teams.

  • Inland Lakes Eyes 1st State Title

    softball

    INDIAN RIVER – After falling in last year’s MHSAA Division 4 state title game by a single run, the Inland Lakes softball program finds itself back in East Lansing for the Division 4 state semifinals. 

  • Gielczyk: Frankfort's Zimmerman Reflects on Historic Season

    baseball

    Frankfort baseball coach Mike Zimmerman reached a milestone this season when he posted his 500th career victory in the Panthers' 10-0 mercy win over non-conference foe McBain on April 21. 

  • Shepherd Preps for D3 State Semis

    softball

    The Shepherd softball team has a chance to keep competing for its first state championship since 1978. 

  • Mt. Pleasant's Ricumstrict Drafted by Texas Rangers

    baseball

    MT. PLEASANT – Mt. Pleasant senior short stop Obie Ricumstrict was selected by the Texas Rangers with the 344th overall pick in the 11th round of the 2017 MLB Draft on Wednesday.  

  • Straits Area Announces All-Conference Teams

    softball

    The Straits Area Conference has announced its 2017 softball all-conference teams.

  • Gaylord St. Mary Tops Rudyard in D4 Quarters

    baseball

    GAYLORD – The 10th-ranked Gaylord St. Mary baseball team is making a return trip to the Division 4 state semifinals thanks to an 8-3 win over Rudyard in a state quarterfinal on Tuesday. 

  • Inland Lakes Cruises Past Rogers City in Quarters

    softball

    GAYLORD – The top-ranked Inland Lakes softball team punched its return ticket to the Division 4 state semifinals with an 11-1 win over No. 4 Rogers City on Tuesday. 

  • Peska's Perfect Game Leads Shepherd to State Semis

    softball

    UNIVERSITY CENTER – Junior Haley Peska tossed a perfect game and the Shepherd softball team posted a 5-0 win over Millington in a Division 3 state quarterfinal at Saginaw Valley State on Tuesday. 

  • Sault Ste. Marie Falls to John Glenn in D2 Quarters

    baseball

    MT. PLEASANT – Fresh off winning its first regional championship since 2011, the Sault Ste. Marie baseball team saw its season come to end Tuesday with an 11-1 loss in five innings to Bay City John Glenn in a Division 2 quarterfinal at Central Michigan University. 

  • Big North Announces 2017 Baseball All-Conference Teams

    baseball

    The Big North Conference has announced its 2017 baseball all-conference selections.

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