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  • Marines drop NEC battle against Freedom

    FREEDOM, Wis. — Marinette (4-5-3, 1-1-1 NEC) dropped a 2-0 decision to Freedom High School (11-2-2, 2-0 NEC) in boys soccer action on Tuesday.

  • COLEMAN — After dropping the opening set, Lena (2-5, 2-4 M&O) took three straight to top Coleman (5-6, 4-3) in M&O Volleyball action on Tuesday.

  • WAUSAUKEE — Wausaukee volleyball improved to 10-2 overall and 8-1 in M&O Conference play with a 3-0 win over Oneida (6-5, 5-3 M&O) on Tuesday.

  • Eagles get the best of Maroons in four

    STEPHENSON — The Menominee and Stephenson volleyball teams played three close matches before the Eagles took control in game four and the Maroons were defeated 3-1 on Tuesday night.

  • SURING — In M&O Conference volleyball action, Suring (5-7, 4-4 M&O) outlasted Niagara (4-12, 3-5) in a five-set thriller on Tuesday.

  • St. Thomas drops pair at home triangular
    MARINETTE — St. Thomas Aquinas dropped a pair of matches during a volleyball triangular with NEW Christian and Stockbridge on Tuesday. In a hard-fought battle with NEW Christian, the Cavaliers took the Eagles to four sets before falling 3-0 to Stockbridge in the nightcap.
  • ESCANABA, Mich. — The Menominee girls tennis team put in a strong effort against Escanaba on Tuesday to come out with a 6-2 victory on a cold and windy day. 

  • Marines win third straight

    MARINETTE — The Marinette girls tennis team used the help of a short-handed Menasha team to win 6-1 on Tuesday. 

  • MENASHA, Wis. — The UW-GB/Marinette Lady Bucs breezed to a 3-0 win at UW-Fox Valley Monday evening. The Lady Bucs blasted the Cyclones with scores of 25-4, 25-5 and 25-11.
  • Maroons handle Mountaineers

    MENOMINEE — The Menominee tennis team defeated Iron Mountain 6-2 on a hot and humid Monday afternoon. 

  • COOKS, Mich. — The Carney-Nadeau volleyball team stayed hot on Monday with a 3-0 win over Big Bay. 

  • MENOMINEE — The Menominee 7th and 8th grade girls basketball teams both won home games on Monday night against North Central. 

  • Basler built Marine basketball powerhouse
    MARINETTE — The phrase “nice guys finish last” may apply to some folks, but that was quite the opposite for former Marinette varsity basketball coach Bruce Basler.
  • MARINETTE — Brian Caley carded a hole-in-one over the weekend at Riverside Golf Club. 

  • WRIGHTSTOWN, Wis. — The Marinette boys soccer team (4-3-3) earned two wins and a  tie Saturday at a tournament in Wrightstown.

  • CRYSTAL FALLS, Mich. — The Stephenson volleyball team placed second Saturday at the Forest Park Invitational.

  • Kitzinger takes first but Maroons beat Marines by 20

    MARINETTE — Katelyn Kitzinger is in a groove and nothing looks to slow her down.

    After winning last year’s Border Battle for the first time of her career, the...

  • Polomis wins again as Marines get four runners in top-10

    MARINETTE — A different course, but the same result for the Marinette boys’ cross country team on Saturday as they finished with a team score of 39 to win their R...

  • CRANDON, Wis. — Peshtigo moved to 5-0 on the season with a decisive 39-6 win at Crandon (0-5) on Friday.

    Nick Nielson and Mitchell VanVooren picked up where th...

  • CRYSTAL FALLS, Mich. — The Stephenson Eagles battled down to the very end with Forest Park on Friday night but couldn’t shake off a sluggish start and dropped a hear...

  • L-C uses short field to drop Marinette

    MARINETTE — Friday’s contest between Marinette and Luxemberg-Casco featured two teams sitting at 2-2 on the season. Marinette dug an early hole and was unable t...

  • MEDFORD, Wis. — The Menominee Maroons finally ended its scoring drought but the Medford Raiders were too much to handle as the Maroons dropped another one 26-7 on Friday o...

  • CARNEY-NADEAU — The Carney-Nadeau volleyball team continued its strong season by defeating Rapid River in 3-0 on Thursday night. 

    The Wolves (8-2 overall, 4-0 ...

  • MARINETTE — Success for the Marinette-Peshtigo Co-Op swimming team continued on Thursday with a 80-65 victory over Wittenberg-Birnamwood.

    The Marines relay teams on...

  • Maroons look better but fall to Braves

    MENOMINEE — The Menominee volleyball team was defeated by Gladstone 3-1 on Thursday but had a much better outing than Tuesday’s match with Kingsford. 

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  • Bulldogs battle but lose to Gibraltar

    PESHTIGO — Early deficits can put away a young team quickly, but the Peshtigo volleyball team wouldn’t go quietly against a talented Gibraltar squad.

    After lo...

  • BARK RIVER, Mich. — The Carney-Nadeau volleyball team didn’t waste any time in a 3-0 sweep against Bark River-Harris on Tuesday. 

    The Broncos kept things...

  • Area runners nab top-20s for NMU

    BIG RAPIDS, Mich. — Two area runners began their college careers with quality finishes for the Northern Michigan University women’s cross country team on Saturday.

  • STEPHENSON — Stephenson has been playing some great football as of late but the Eagles have a tough matchup coming on Friday when they head to Forest Park for a 6 p.m...

  • Maroons fall to Miners

    MENOMINEE — The Menominee girls tennis team was defeated 6-2 on Wednesday by a very good Neguanee Miners team. 

    “I told the girls after the match Negaune...

  • NORWAY, Mich. — With this racing season in the books Norway Speedway saw a boost in not only fan attendance but also car counts in three of the track’s five weekly d...

  • Lady Bucs win in five sets

    MARINETTE — It took five games, but the UWGB-Marinette volleyball team took care of business against UWGB-Sheboygan on Wednesday at the Max E. Peterson Field House.

  • PEMBINE — It’s too early to declare conference champions for any area teams, but this is the week where separation starts to take place between the top and...

  • MARINETTE — The difference between a 3-2 record opposed to 2-3 does wonders to a football team fighting to make the playoffs.

    This Friday, Marinette (2-2)...

  • MENOMINEE — The Menominee Maroons are looking to get things back on the right track after a tough 14-0 loss to Gladstone last Friday at home. 

    Menominee w...

  • Lena takes a match from STAA

    MARINETTE — The St. Thomas Aquinas Academy volleyball team lost a couple of close games to Lena on Tuesday night and the Wildcats went home with a 3-1 victory. 

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  • DENMARK, Wis. — The Marinette girls golf team is on a roll as the Marines won their second tournament in as many days Tuesday at Twin Oaks Golf Course in Denmark. ...

  • WEST DE PERE — The Marinette girls tennis team took advantage of some forfeits but still didn’t drop a match against Green Bay West on Tuesday as the Marines won 7-0...

  • Flivvers sweep Maroons in GNC match up

    MENOMINEE — The Menominee volleyball team was a little rusty after having a week off and it showed on Tuesday against Kingsford as the Maroons couldn’t find a way to...

  • Isaacson a little biased, but knows what it's like in the U.P.

    HOUGHTON, Mich. — Jake Isaacson admits he’s biased.

    The Menominee High School graduate now capitalizes on his preference in recruiting athletes from a certain...

  • APPLETON — The Marinette girls tennis team had a tough time against Fox Valley Lutheran on Monday and dropped its match 6-1.

  • OCONTO FALLS — Auburn Waloway came in first place at the Oconto Falls Invitational on Monday and led Marinette to a first-place team finish in the process. 

    Waloway shot an 89 to win the tournament by seven strokes over Denmark’s Hailey Chada. Waloway’s teammate, Kailyn Chenier, came into the clubhouse with a 98, which was good for a tie for fourth.

  • IRON RIVER, Mich. — The Menominee girls tennis team tied 4-4 in its match on Monday with West Iron County. 

    “West Iron County is very good, they always b...

  • Kresky was a pioneer for the Marines

    MARINETTE — When you think of football in the in the state of Wisconsin in the 1920’s, Joe Kresky is sure to be one of the first names that comes to mind.

    Kresky, a bruising two-way player who made his mark both for the Wisconsin Badgers as well as several NFL teams, will be posthumously inducted into the Marinette High School Athletic Hall of Fame on Oct. 13.

  • MARINETTE — The UWGB-Marinette Lady Buccaneers volleyball team came in second place at its seven-team home invitational on Saturday. 

    The Lady Bucs started off...

  • STEPHENSON — The Menominee boys and girls cross country teams took first place in Stephenson on Saturday at the Dale Fountain Cross Country course. 

    On the boy...

  • Marines boys, girls take fourth in Shawano

    SHAWANO, Wis. — Marinette’s Carson Polomis added another first-place finish to his stellar senior season by leading the pack in the Division 2 race Saturday at the S...

  • CRIVITZ — The Crivitz Wolverines didn’t have any trouble with White Lake/Elcho on Friday night and it showed on the scoreboard. 

  • LITTLE CHUTE, Wis. — The Marinette Marines had a tough time against a very good Little Chute team in a 33-8 loss on Friday night. 

  • LENA — Lena/STAA fell to 1-3 on the season following a 50-14 loss to Gibraltar. The Vikings improved to 4-0 with the win.

  • MENOMINEE — For the second week in a row, Menominee had opportunities to score but couldn’t figure out a way to punch it in, and the Maroons were defeated by Gladstone 14-0 for the first time since 2008 on Friday night.

  • RAPID RIVER — A quick strike offense in the first half enabled the Rapid River Rockets to cruise to an 60-14 home win over Carney-Nadeau here Friday.

  • Peshtigo tops Coleman in MONLPC thriller

    PESHTIGO — Coleman (2-2) took Peshtigo to the wire, but the Bulldogs came away with a thrilling 33-30 win to remain undefeated at 4-0 (2-0 MONLPC) on the year.

  • Marines get close but Freedom pulls away

    MARINETTE — For two games, Marinette had Freedom on the ropes and the smell of an upset was in the air at the P.F. Neverman gym on Thursday.

  • SURING — Niagara won both of its games and Suring took down St. Thomas Aquinas Academy in a triangular at Suring on Thursday. 

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  • Marines prevent sweep against Phantoms

    MARINETTE — Cassandra Bauer and JJ Zeifert won the only point for Marinette at No. 1 doubles as the Marines lost 6-1 in a tennis match against West De Pere on Friday.

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  • Marines stay undefeated in NEC with draw against Spartans

    MARINETTE — Marinette (2-1-2, 1-0-1 NEC) bounced back from a disheartening loss to Peshtigo on Wednesday by playing a quality Luxemburg-Casco (3-2, 0-1-1 NEC) team to a 1-1 draw in Northeastern Conference action on Thursday.

  • COOKS, Mich. — The Stephenson Eagles had a good night up in the Garden Peninsula as they defeated Big Bay 3-0 in Thursday’s volleyball match.

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  • LENA — Wausaukee evened the playing field by defeating both Crivitz and Lena in the Lena Triangular on Thursday.

  • MENOMINEE — Kyle Anderson took home Maroon of the Week honors in Menominee’s 21-0 loss to Kaukauna last week. 

  • CARNEY — The Carney-Nadeau volleyball team didn’t have much trouble with North Dickinson in a 3-0 sweep on Thursday night. 

  • ESCANABA, Mich. — The Menominee seventh and eighth grade girls basketball teams traveled to Escanaba on Thursday. 

  • MARINETTE — The thrill of victory was finally experienced by James Watkins and his Marinette-Peshtigo Co-Op swimming team.

  • PESHTIGO — What we’ve learned so far, early in the season from the majority of the area teams is if you want to be great, you have to be able to run the ball.

  • MARINETTE — It doesn’t get any easier for the Marinette football team heading into its week 4 matchup on Friday.

    Already facing three challenging fo...

  • Bulldogs put the hurt on Marines

    MARINETTE — Marinette (2-1-1) entered its contest with Peshtigo without a loss and having not allowed a goal in its first three games of the season. The Bulldogs (2-1...

  • MENOMINEE — It’s been 26 years since Menominee has started out the football season 0-2 and the frustration is starting to mount for the Maroons’ coaches and pl...

  • New London squeaks passed Marines

    MARINETTE — The Marinette girls tennis team played a close match against New London on Tuesday and came up just short in the end in a 4-3 loss. 

    Maddy Bergstro...

  • Bulldogs sweep; Maroons beat Marines

    MARINETTE — Peshtigo looked to be in mid-season form, Menominee saved its best for last and Marinette showed strides of improvement at Tuesday’s volleyball triangular in Marinette.

  • NORWAY, Mich. — Bonduel’s Dillion Kralovetz may have finished second to Menominee’s Dalton Zehr in the 100 lap Island Resort Casino feature during the Dickinso...

  • WAUSAUKEE — Wausaukee volleyball coach Mandy Allman has seen her team improve every season since taking over the program.

    After finishing fifth in the M&O Conference two years ago in her first season, Allman's Rangers moved into second last year with a 13-3 conference record and are aiming even higher.

  • New London squeaks passed Marines

    MARINETTE — The Marinette girls tennis team played a close match against New London on Tuesday and came up just short in the end in a 4-3 loss. 

    Maddy Bergstro...

  • CRIVITZ — Fresh off of an M&O Conference title with a perfect 16-0 record a season ago, the Crivitz volleyball team is primed and ready for a repeat.

    The return...

  • STEPHENSON — Carney-Nadeau got the best of Stephenson on a warm night in the gym as the Wolves beat the Eagles 3-1 in a volleyball rivalry match.

    “It was very...

  • Marines win a nail-biter against Falls

    MARINETTE — The exact fear Marinette football coach Andy Walters had going into the Marines’ game against Oconto Falls was on the verge of happening on Friday.

  • MENOMINEE — Menominee played well defensively but the offense just wasn’t there on Friday night as the Maroons were shut out for the first time since 2009 in a 21-0 football loss to Kaukauna.

  • Peshtigo puts the hurt down on Sturgeon Bay

    PESHTIGO — The Peshtigo Bulldogs (3-0, 1-0 MONLPC) routed the Sturgeon Bay Clippers (0-3, 0-1) by a final score of 43-8 at Bulldog Stadium Friday night. The game was the first conference contest of the season for both teams.

  • CRIVITZ — Crivitz put up 28 points in the second quarter to take a commanding lead before the half and Three Lakes couldn’t catch up as the Wolverines rolled to a 42-8 non-conference football victory Thursday night.

  • Maroons win M&M tennis match

    MENOMINEE — Menominee got the better of Marinette 6-2 in the tennis edition of the M&M game on Friday. 

  • COLEMAN — The Coleman Cougars faced off against Northern Elite in a non-conference game on Thursday and came away with a comfortable 46-7 victory.

  • Maroons ready to get back on track

    MENOMINEE — It took a couple days of practice, but Menominee has shaken off the emotional 22-20 loss to Marinette and switched its focus to tonight’s game against Kaukauna.

  • STEPHENSON — The Stephenson Eagles (2-0) put the hurt down on Phillips on Thursday night, showing a much improved defense in a 44-18 football victory. 

  • Maroons lose in five to Eskymos

    MENOMINEE — The Menominee volleyball team took Escanaba to five games but was defeated in the final game 15-10 and lost 3-2. 

  • WRIGHTSTOWN, Wis. — The Marinette boys soccer team (2-0-1, 1-0 NEC) knocked off defending Northeastern Conference champion Wrightstown (0-3, 0-1 NEC) 1-0 on Thursday.

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  • Maroons triumphant over Flivvers

    MENOMINEE — The Menominee girls tennis team pulled out a win over Kingsford on Thursday 5-3.

  • Marines fall to high-powered Spartans

    MARINETTE — The Marinette High School volleyball team (2-4) fell 3-0 against 2017 WIAA State finalist Luxemberg-Casco (7-3) at the P.F. Neverman Gymnasium Thursday evening. The high-powered Spartans breezed to the win with scores of 25-9, 25-1 and 25-12.