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  • Schultz Jr. eyes three-peat in Norway Super Stocks

    NORWAY, Mich. — Vulcan’s Tim Schultz Jr. is looking to score a hat trick in terms of Auto Value Super Stock track titles in 2019.

    The third-generation racer h...

  • MOSEL, Wis. — The Marinette & Oconto Conference held a conference golf meet at the Irish Course at Whistling Straits on Tuesday, while Marinette and Peshtigo were invi...

  • Late-inning rallies win it for Marines

    MARINETTE — With its backs against the wall on Tuesday night, the Marinette baseball team pulled off a wild comeback to get a 4-3 win over Clintonville in eight innings in...

  • STEPHENSON — The Stephenson girls track team easily won its home track meet on Tuesday while the boys side came down to one of the last events.

    The boys were neck a...

  • COLEMAN — The Coleman softball team moved to 6-1 on the season with a convincing 13-2 win over Niagara on Tuesday.

    The Cougars pounded out six extra-base hits ...

  • ESCANABA, Mich. — The Gladstone boys made their season debut a successful one here Tuesday, winning a triangular track meet with 91 points. Escanaba scored 53 and Menominee had 31.
  • SURING — The Crivitz track team made a statement on Tuesday, by having both its boys and girls teams take second at the Suring Invitational.

     

  • PESHTIGO — The Peshtigo boys and girls track teams each took second place at a five-team meet in Peshtigo on Tuesday.

     

  • PESHTIGO — Offense was on full display for Peshtigo in its softball game against Bonduel on Tuesday.

  • WAUSAUKEE — The Wausaukee softball team (5-0) pounded out 15 hits on its way to an 11-5 M&O Conference win over Oneida Nation.

     

  • KINGSFORD, Mich. — The Menominee boys tennis team was defeated 7-0 by a very good Kingsford team on Tuesday.

    “Kingsford has a strong tennis program and a lot of tale...

  • MARINETTE — The final captains’ meetings has been scheduled for today for the upcoming adult softball season. The meetings will be held at the new REC Center at 2501 Pierce Ave. in the community room at 6 p.m.
  • BARK RIVER, Mich. — The Menominee baseball team hasn’t quite figured out how to get the bats going early on in the season so far.

     

  • Tigers maul Marines in NEC match

    MARINETTE — The Marinette girls soccer team ran into a juggernaut in Wrightstown on Tuesday, falling 8-0 at home.

     

  • MARINETTE — Another banner day for the Marinette track team took place at the Wrightstown Triangular on Tuesday.

     

  • LITTLE CHUTE, Wis. — Marinette’s Sydney Nemetz pitched well enough to win, but Little Chute scored three unearned runs to steal a 3-2 victory on Tuesday.

     

  • A win is a win for Bulldogs
    PESHTIGO — Peshtigo and Crivitz may be in different conferences, but when both teams face each other in baseball, the results usually aren’t decided until the last at-bat.
  • Badker and Bellisle place first for Maroons
    MENOMINEE — Arikah Bellisle and Olivia Badker shot a 78 to take medalist honors as the Menominee girls golf team won its first event of the year in a four-school scramble Tuesday at Riverside Golf Course.
  • PESHTIGO — Not much offense was needed by the Peshtigo Bulldogs baseball team with Nick Nielson in the zone on the mound.

     

  • Cougars take down Maroons

    MENOMINEE — The Menominee softball team played much better than it did on Saturday, but still fell to a very good Coleman team 4-1 on Monday.

     

  • Johnson won 8 U.P. gymnastics titles
    MENOMINEE — A dynasty in sports is defined as, “a team or individual that dominates their sport or league for an extended length of time.”
  • Big fifth inning helps Bulldogs

    PESHTIGO — It took until the last full week of April for the Peshtigo Bulldogs softball team to play their first home game, but the wait was worth it.

     

  • Maroons drop two in season opener at home

    MENOMINEE — The Menominee softball team opened its season on Saturday, dropping a doubleheader to Two Rivers 19-6 in the first game and 11-6 in the finale.

    Sarah Ba...

  • STURGEON BAY, Wis. — The Peshtigo boys golf team started off its season and Packerland Conference schedule by securing a big win at Cherry Hills golf course on Thursday.

  • CARNEY — The Carney-Nadeau Public School is hosting a 4-on-4 basketball tournament for students in grades 3-12 on Saturday, May 4.

    Rosters are limited to five playe...

  • The Milwaukee Bucks made pretty easy work out of the Detroit Pistons in the first two games of their first-round series.

    The Bucks can finish off the Pistons by winning t...

  • Maroons drop two to Gladstone

    MENOMINEE — The Menominee baseball team dropped a doubleheader to Gladstone on Friday at Spies Field.

    The Braves took advantage of some sloppy play from the Maroons...

  • PESHTIGO — Grace Wickman threw five great innings and Peshtigo’s bats were hot as the Bulldogs beat Gibraltar 11-1 at home on Tuesday.

    Peshtigo scored two in ...

  • NIAGARA — The Wausaukee softball team defeated Niagara 11-3 on Thursday thanks in large part to six total bases and four RBIs from Kylee Smith. 

    The Rangers st...

  • Maroons beat Braves, fall to Redmen

    MARINETTE — The Menominee boys tennis team hosted a triangular with Gladstone and Marquette at the REC Center in Marinette on Thursday.

    The Maroons faced off agains...

  • Thursday Mens Major

    Dome Lanes

    Team Standings: American Conference – Protec Home Inspection 58-40, Bi Polar Rollers 48-50, Over The Line 47-51, East Side 38-...

  • Maroon boys ready for tennis

    MARINETTE — The Menominee boys tennis team hosted Westwood and Kingsford on Tuesday in its first action of the season at the Community REC Center in Marinette.

     

  • MENOMINEE — The Menominee softball team is heading into its third season loaded with experience and looking to improve on last year’s season where the team finished near .500.
  • MENOMINEE — The Men’s Monday Night Golf League at North Shore Golf, LLC will be starting play May 13 or May 20.

  • LUXEMBURG, Wis. — The Marinette boys golf team, led by sophomore Ty Kretz and senior Matt Wagner, stayed in a tie at the top of the North Eastern Conference by winning the front-nine with a score of 165 and placing second on the back-nine with a 172 at Northbrooke Country Club on Tuesday.
  • COLEMAN — The gold standard of baseball in the M&O Conference has been the Coleman Cougars. No matter how experience or young the Cougars are, they’re always a threat to compete for a conference title along with a deep run in the post season.
  • PESHTIGO — The Peshtigo baseball team improved to 3-1 overall and in Packerland Conference play with a 7-1 win over Gibraltar on Tuesday.

    Four Bulldog pit...

  • MARINETTE — Big innings hurt the Marinette baseball team Tuesday as they lost a doubleheader to Wrightstown at Pedersen Ballpark.

    The Tigers won 6-3 and 14-4.

  • Maroons' girls track team wins opener

    MENOMINEE — The Menominee girls track team kicked off the season the right way on Tuesday, taking first out of six teams and beating second-place Escanaba by 36 points.

  • Marine boys, girls come in second in home triangular

    MARINETTE — Finally, some beautiful weather to take advantage of and the Marinette track and field team got everything out of a rare nice day in April on Tuesday.

  • Marines 'Clipped' in opener

    MARINETTE — For the first time this season, Marinette soccer coach Chris Mahlik was encouraged by what he saw on the field.

    Playing against a Sturgeon Bay team loaded with experience and already on its fourth game of the year, the Marines struggled, but never quit and fell to the Clippers 5-2 on Tuesday

  • WRIGHTSTOWN, Wis. — The Marinette softball team rebounded after losing a tough game on Monday by routing Wrightstown 9-1 on Tuesday.

    “The girls bounced b...

  • Boys’ Team scores: Little Chute 87, Marinette 84, Clintonville 15

    100 dash — Alex Shaw (M) 11.48, Hietpas (LC), Drees (M); 200 — Shaw (M) 23.67, Pynenbe...

  • Rockets take two from Eagles

    RAPID RIVER — It was one of the few decent days before another bout of weather strikes the Upper Peninsula, and the Rapid River girls softball team took full advantage. Th...

  • APPLETON, Wis. — The Marinette softball team lost a heartbreaker to Fox Valley Lutheran 2-1 on Monday.

    The Marines took an early lead in the first inning when Hanna...

  • KAUKAUNA, Wis. — The Marinette boys golf team season got underway on Monday at Fox Valley Golf Club in Kaukauna.

    In conference meets, the scoring goes by front-nine...

  • Nelson was a one-of-a-kind Maroon

    MENOMINEE — Every now and then, an athlete comes around and demands the attention of everyone watching.

    Not because they’re showboating or complaining constan...

  • ESCANABA — Kaden Hillman has come a long way in just 1 1/2 years.

    The 10-year-old from New London, Wis. showed just how far that is by winning the age 8-12 division...

  • MARINETTE — For the second consecutive spring sports season, Mother Nature can’t figure out what time of the year it is. Regardless of a mid-April snowstorm, the Mar...

  • MADISON – Ethan Happ added one more honor to his college basketball résumé.

    Happ, a two-time All-American in his four seasons at Wisconsin, on Friday was ...

  • The Milwaukee Bucks are in unfamiliar territory with home-court advantage throughout the NBA playoffs.

    Surely being the favorite in the Eastern Conference brings some hei...

  • HERMANSVILLE, Mich. — Class D at the 81st Gold Medal Classic Basketball Tournament wrapped up on Thursday, with Dave’s Auto (Iron Mountain) defeating Juice Promotion...

  • About a month ago, Brian Gutekunst signed outside linebackers Za’Darius Smith and Preston Smith for a combined average of $29.5 million a year.

    But if you think tha...

  • GNC teams coming together for baseball

    ESCANABA, Mich. — There is an exciting change on the diamond this spring, as this is the first year of the Great Northern Conference coming together for baseball.

    T...

  • VERONA, Wis. — Jake Sawinski (Crivitz) picked up a win on the mound for the Edgewood College baseball team on Wednesday, beating Eureka (Ill.) 4-2.

    Sawinski threw a...

  • HERMANSVILLE, Mich. — Jacob Polfus (Carney) of Bloniarz Farms (Perronville) was named the Class B Most Valuable Player in as Bloniarz defeated Wilson Farms (Stephenson) in...

  • Thursday Mens Major

    Dome Lanes

    Team Standings: American Conference – Protec Home Inspection 53-38, Over The Line 47-44, Bi Polar Rollers 41-50, East Side 36-...

  • CRIVITZ — In nail-biting fashion, Wausaukee and Crivitz squared off Tuesday in the softball season opener for both teams

    Bolstered by a four-run fourth inning, ...

  • Marines settle for split with Vikings

    MARINETTE — Spring weather quickly turned to frosty for Marinette in its baseball home opener against Denmark on Tuesday.

    Playing a double-header due to inclement w...

  • Florence nips Lena/STAA

    MARINETTE — The young and inexperienced Lena/St. Thomas Aquinas Academy softball team ran into a roadblock against a veteran Florence team on Tuesday, dropping the game 21...

  • MENOMINEE — The Menominee Recreation Department is currently holding registration for the summer flag football league.

    The league is open to high school teams and a...

  • WAUSAUKEE – Just enough hits, coupled with strong pitching, helped Coleman defeat Wausaukee 4-1 in five innings in a rain-filled game on Monday.

     

  • Krysiak led Maroons to 1967 state title
    MENOMINEE — In 1967, coach Bob Krysiak and his Menominee Maroons boys basketball team did something for the first — and up until now — last time in the school’s history.
  • TWO RIVERS, Wis. — On a cold and rainy Saturday, Crivitz split two baseball games on the road, winning in Two Rivers and losing in Freedom.
  • HERMANSVILLE, Mich. — Day 2 of the 81st Gold Medal Classic Basketball Tournament saw something happen that hadn’t before since it began.

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  • Woulf shuts down Maroons as Cougars get a win

    COLEMAN — The Menominee baseball team suffered a loss in its first game of the season at the hands of Coleman on Friday.

  • Marines take two from Truckers
    MARINETTE — The Marinette girls softball team rebounded from losing its first North Eastern Conference game on Thursday by beating up on Clintonville in a doubleheader on Friday.
  • LUXEMBURG, Wis. — The Marinette girls softball team had one bad inning, and against a team like Luxemburg-Casco, that can be too much to overcome.

     

  • HERMANSVILLE, Mich. — Sam Larson of Menominee led Kakuk’s of Daggett over “R” Place of Spalding with 21 points in a 65-59 Class D win on the opening night of the 81st Gold Medal Classic Basketball Tournament.
  • DENMARK, Wis. — The Marinette girls track team won its second straight invitational by a large margin while the boys took second on Thursday at the Denmark Cold Vike Invitational.
  • WAUSAUKEE — It’s not often a team can lose a dominant work horse pitcher to graduation and potentially look even better the next season.

     

  • Bulldogs struggle against Storm
    PESHTIGO — On a cold and windy day at the ballpark, Kewaunee racked up two large innings against Peshtigo to defeat the Bulldogs 11-1 in six innings in their baseball game on Thursday.
  • Marines bring back a lot of experience
    MARINETTE — Flexibility is something most high school baseball coaches dream of having, but seldom do. For Marinette baseball coach Andy Walters, options look to be endless on a team loaded with experience.
  • ESCANABA, Mich. — Tickets are available for the 48th annual Upper Peninsula Sports Hall of Fame induction banquet.

     

  • MENOMINEE — After its inaugural season where the Menominee baseball team made it to the district championship game, the Maroons are looking to pick back up where they left off in season two.
  • MENOMINEE — The Menominee boys basketball team was lacking one major thing entering this season: Experience.

     

  • For the first time, the state of Wisconsin boasts two All-American college basketball players in the same season.

    University of Wisconsin senior center Ethan Happ and Mar...

  • Bulldogs squeak by Blue Devils

    PESHTIGO — You never know what to expect at the start of the spring season in baseball and for Peshtigo and Oconto, it was survival of the fittest on Tuesday.

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  • Hofer to retire after 31 seasons as Kingsford's head football coach

    KINGSFORD, Mich. — Chris Hofer, who coached unbeaten Kingsford to the 1993 Class B state football championship, will not return next season.

    Kingsford athletic dire...

  • SHAWANO, Wis. — A two-out rally in the third inning propelled the Marinette softball team to an 8-3 victory over Shawano, giving new head coach Josh Lacy a win in his firs...

  • LUXEMBURG, Wis. — Small ball was executed at its finest for the Marinette Marines baseball team in their North Eastern Conference opener against Luxemburg-Casco on Tu...

  • Wolverines open season with a bang

    CRIVITZ — Jaden Werner tossed a 1-hit shutout as Crivitz defeated Stephenson 10-0 in five innings in a baseball season opener on a cold and windy day Tuesday at Crivi...

  • COLEMAN — The Coleman baseball team started its season off by thumping Goodman/Pembine 21-4.

    The Cougars put crooked numbers on the scoreboard in every inning,...

  • COLEMAN — The Coleman baseball team started its season off by thumping Goodman/Pembine 21-4.

    The Cougars put crooked numbers on the scoreboard in every inning,...

  • CRIVITZ — A young team with a solid nucleus gives Crivitz baseball coach Jeff Dorschner optimism for the upcoming season.

    The Wolverines have just one senior and on...

  • Payne had 15 major 'M's for Maroons

    Editor’s note: The Menominee High School Athletic Hall of Fame will induct 10 new members at a ceremony on May 4 at Riverside Golf Club. Each Tuesday, the...

  • MENOMINEE — It’s fair to say that the Menominee girls basketball team exceeded expectations this season.

    Especially after the regular season, where the Maroon...