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  • Crivitz moves on to finals with win over Shiocton

    CRIVITZ — The Crivitz girls basketball team pulled away in the second half to earn a 65-51 win over Shiocton in the WIAA Division 4 regional semifinals on Friday.

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  • MADISON, Wis. — Two Coleman wrestlers will take the mats at the Kohl Center tonight with a chance to be crowned WIAA Division 3 state champions.

     

  • Rangers overcome Rebels in WIAA regionals
    WAUSAUKEE — Two talented teams, a back-and-forth first half, a furious second-half comeback and a nail-biting finishing all added up to a postseason hoops classic, as the No. 4 seeded Wausaukee girls basketball team erased a seven-point halftime deficit and fended off a late charge from  No. 5 Wabeno/Laona to pick up a 57-51 in the WIAA Division 5 regional semifinal on Friday.
  • Undefeated and it feels so good

    MENOMINEE — The last time the Menominee girls basketball team tasted an undefeated regular season, none of the girls on the current team were even born yet.

     

  • MARINETTE — The Marinette girls basketball team will be hosting a youth clinic on Saturday at Marinette High School.

    The clinic is open to all girls in kindergarten...

  • FOND DU LAC, Wis. — The M&M Stingrays swim team competed at the Wisconsin Regional 2 championship meet over the weekend and four swimmers recorded state cut times

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  • DETROIT — Defenseman Matt Dumba had two goals and an assist and the Minnesota Wild beat the Detroit Red Wings 7-1 on Thursday night.

    Kevin Fiala had a goal and...

  • FREEDOM, Wis. — The Marinette boys basketball team concluded a difficult regular season with a 80-32 blowout loss at the hands of the Freedom Irish in North Eastern Confer...

  • ANN ARBOR, Mich. — Wisconsin inbounded the ball and D’Mitrik Trice spent a few seconds dribbling on the perimeter. Then he passed to a teammate, who passed back.

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  • Bulldogs drop regular season finale

    OCONTO — The Peshtigo boys basketball was able to stick around until late in the second half when Oconto used an 8-0 run to gain some separation and the Blue Devils hit th...

  • LENA — Three players scored in double figures as the Crivitz boys basketball team defeated Lena 82-30 in Marinette and Oconto Conference play on Thursday.

    Jaden Wer...

  • Burmeister to run at Olympic trials

    MENOMINEE — Former Menominee High School and Northern Michigan University standout Kameron Burmeister will run in the U.S. Olympic Team Trials - Marathon on Saturday ...

  • Tuesday Afternoon League

    Dome Lanes

    Team Standings: Thrivent Financial 35-21, Railhouse Brewers 26-30, NEW UP Dental 26-30, High Rollers 23-33, Marinette Moose Lod...

  • Eight weeks have gone by and each time, the same teams have been on top of their respective divisions in the Upper Peninsula Sportwriters & Sportscasters Association basketb...

  • MARINETTE — The M&M Thunder high school hockey team hosted the Marquette Midgets for a double-header on Sunday and suffered a 0-2 sweep.

    The Thunder dropped gam...

  • Maroons clinch outright GNC title for first time since 2002

    ESCANABA — Despite not playing a great first half, the Escanaba girls liked the position they were in trailing just 29-24 at halftime during Tuesday night’s Great No...

  • Marines fall short in WIAA regionals

    ASHWAUBENON — The Marinette girls basketball team battled for 36 minutes to keep its season alive, but Ashwaubenon was able to come through with a big shot whenever it was needed as a valiant second-half comeback by the Marines came up just short and the season ended in a 66-49 loss to the Jaguars in the WIAA Division 2 regionals on Tuesday.

  • Second half woes bite Bulldogs

    PESHTIGO — The Peshtigo girls basketball team could not overcome a tough start to the second half during their WIAA Division 3 Regional game against Amherst on Tuesday. The Bulldogs nearly erased an 11-point deficit before falling by a final score of 43-39.

  • WAUSAUKEE — The Wausaukee girls basketball went up against an overmatched Lena squad on Tuesday in its regional opener of the WIAA Division 5 playoffs and the Rangers rout...

  • KINGSFORD — The Menominee boys basketball team wiped away a 21-point second half deficit and found itself trailing 70-68 to Kingsford after an old-fashioned three-point pl...

  • PESHTIGO — A game-high 15 points from Adam Bauman helped the Peshtigo boys basketball team notch a 60-46 victory over Green Bay NEW Lutheran in Packerland Conference actio...

  • Oreshoski helped revive Pop Warner football

    Editor’s note: The Menominee High School Athletic Hall of Fame will induct 8 new members at a ceremony on May 2 at Riverside Golf Club. Each Tuesday, the EagleHe...

  • Marines can't keep pace in second half, fall to Mustangs

    MARINETTE — The Marinette boys basketball team had one final chance to pick up a victory in front of its hometown crowd, but a tough night shooting from the field coupled with a big offensive second half by Little Chute conspired against the Marines in a 67-47 loss to the Mustangs in North Eastern Conference play on Monday.

  • GREEN BAY — Daly Butler set a new team record in the 50 butterfly to lead the M&M Stingrays swim team at the Green Bay YMCA Luv 2 Swim Meet on Saturday.

    Butler ...

  • POWERS — Often times in a basketball game, the team who has a significant height advantage has an increased chance of winning. Behind a game high 16 points apiece from post players Sandra Boulton and Tessa Wagner, Carney-Nadeau cruised past arch rival North Central 54-38 Saturday afternoon..

  • Two Marine wrestlers compete at sectionals

    OCONTO FALLS — The Marinette wrestling team took two grapplers to the WIAA Division 2 Sectionals on Saturday and while the end results were not what they were hoping for, the Marines competed well against some of the best wrestlers in the state....

  • GREEN BAY — The M&M Thunder Girls hockey team finished as the runner-up at the Mary Ann Robinson Tournament in Green Bay over the weekend. 

     

  • The pairings for the 2020 WIAA boys basketball state tournament were released on Sunday.

     

  • BONDUEL, Wis. — The Coleman wrestling team used six first-place finishes and four runner-up finishes to run away with the WIAA Division 3 sectional meet at Bonduel on Saturday. The 10 wrestlers Coleman is sending to state is the most out of all Divisions in the state of Wisconsin.
  • LENA — A big first half propelled the Crivitz girls basketball team to a dominating 68-21 victory over Lena in Marinette & Oconto Conference play on Friday.

     

  • Maroons down Gladstone for GNC Conference win

    GLADSTONE, Mich. — When three players score 20 or more points in a basketball game, the chances of your team winning are usually pretty good.

     

  • Marine boys' comeback falls short
    MARINETTE — A game high of 26 points from Asaia Polazzo wasn’t enough to help the Marinette boys basketball team erase a 16-point halftime deficit and a furious second-half comeback fell just short as the Marines fell 76-66 to Fox Valley Lutheran in North Eastern Conference play on Friday.
  • PESHTIGO — Cade Tackmier went for 36 points and just missed a triple-double as the Peshtigo boys basketball team breezed to a 73-57 win over Gibraltar in Packerland Conference play on Thursday.
  • Barrette sets career steals record in win

    MENOMINEE — It’s been an historic week for the Menominee girls basketball team.

     

  • Turnovers prove costly for Marines against Denmark
    MARINETTE — In front of a packed crowd on Senior Night, the Marinette girls basketball team appeared poised to send its four seniors out with a victory, but the Marines were unable to overcome a second half rife with turnovers and saw their two-game winning streak came to an end at the hands of the Denmark Vikings 59-38 in Thursday’s North Eastern Conference game.
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  • WAUSAUKEE — The Wausaukee girls basketball team used a game-high 21 points from Kaelyn Schlies to take down the Laona/Wabeno 51-46 in non-conference action on Tuesday nigh...

  • C-N's LaFord hits both of his marks against BR-H

    HARRIS — Brett LaFord was chasing more than 1,000 points.

    The Carney-Nadeau senior point guard entered Tuesday’s Skyline Central Conference rivalry game at Ba...

  • AMHERST, Wis. — It’s been five years since Coleman’s wrestling team has been back to the state tournament after winning the team sectional tournament from 2008...

  • ISHPEMING, Mich. — A 17-2 run to start the second quarter allowed the Menominee boys basketball team to build a big lead and the Maroons were able to hang on in the second...

  • SHEBOYGAN, Wis. — The UWGB-Marinette men’s basketball team went into halftime trailing by just four points (37-33) to No. 1-seeded UWGB-Sheboygan and were in good sh...

  • GAYLORD, Mich. — Menominee’s Tyler Huesinger and Connor Bretl each placed fourth in their respective divisions on Saturday at the MHSAA Discrict 17-3 individual dist...

  • Anderson joins elite company with 1,000th point

    MENOMINEE — It was bound to happen eventually, and it looked as though it would happen sooner than anyone had thought.

  • GREEN BAY — The M&M Thunder high school hockey team competed at the Wrobel Cup Tournament over the weekend and returned home with one win and two losses.

    Missin...

  • Kitzinger, Anderson make history

    MARINETTE — Katelyn Kitzinger needed 15 minutes, 49 seconds and a 3-pointer to break a 25-year old record and take her place among the greatest athletes to ever don the Marine purple and white.

  • Niemann holds record at U of M

    Editor’s note: The Menominee High School Athletic Hall of Fame will induct 10 new members at a ceremony on May 2 at Riverside Golf Club. Each Tuesday, the...

  • The undefeated Menominee girls basketball team (16-0) remain on top of the Division 1-3 U.P. poll along with the Iron Mountain (14-0) and Dollar Bay (15-0) boys and the St. Igna...

  • ELCHO, Wis. — For the second year in a row, the Coleman wrestling team dominated the WIAA Division 3 regional.

    Coleman finished with 320 points and saw its wrestler...

  • A decade of dedication: Betts says goodbye

    Wow, so this is what 10 years feels like. It seems like just yesterday the guy I looked up to growing up as a boy in Marinette asked me to join the sports team at the EagleHerald, my favorite newspaper of all time.

  • CLINTONVILLE, Wis. — A game-high 19 points from Asaia Polazzo couldn’t propel the Marinette boys basketball team past Clintonville, as the Marines dropped its North ...

  • CARNEY — Sometimes when offense isn’t running super smooth, you gotta get defensive.

    That’s what the Carney-Nadeau boys basketball team did Friday night...

  • Gruszynski, Crivitz roll over STAA

    MARINETTE — Fresh off of breaking Buck Gehm’s all-time scoring record of 1,603 points for Crivitz last Saturday, Chloe Gruszynski turned in one of her finest performances of her illustrious career on Friday against a scrappy St. Thomas Aquinas Academy squad.

  • Crivitz boys blow out Cavs

    MARINETTE — Playing its best basketball of the season over the last several games, Crivitz was out to prove an early hot-shooting performance by St. Thomas Aquinas Academy wouldn’t derail its momentum.

  • Bulldogs go ice cold against the Storm

    PESHTIGO — A cold night from the field in the second half spelled disaster for the Peshtigo girls basketball team, who dropped its battle of the top two teams in the Packerland Conference against first-place Kewaunee 49-25 on Friday night.

  • ALGOMA, Wis. — A huge night from Cade Tackmier helped the Peshtigo boys basketball team improve to 8-4 in the Packerland Conference with a 70-55 road win over Algoma Thurs...

  • Powell heading to play softball at Bay College

    MENOMINEE — Another dream came true Thursday in the Menominee High School library when Ashly Powell signed a national letter of intent to play softball for the Bay College Norse in Escanaba, Mich. this coming fall.

  • Kitzinger sets single-game record in win

    MARINETTE — For the second consecutive game, the Marinette girls basketball team found itself with the lead at halftime and fending off a second-half comeback from a North Eastern Conference opponent, but a career night from Katelyn Kitzinger helped the Marines hold off a late charge from Luxemburg-Casco to defeat the Spartans 86-80 on Thursday.

  • Cavaliers crush WRL

    MARINETTE — The St. Thomas Aquinas Academy boys basketball team faced an overmatched Wolf River Lutheran squad on Thursday night and, despite a solid second half from Wolf...

  • Wisconsinites urged to get flood insurance

    MADISON, Wis. — During Flood Insurance Awareness Week the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the Office of the Commissioner of Insurance (OCI) are urging ...

  • MADISON, Wis. — With another wild turkey season complete, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources reports hunters registered 3,792 birds during the fall 2019 wild tu...

  • MENOMINEE — Tickets for the 3rd annual Menominee High School Athletic Hall of Fame induction ceremony will go on sale starting on Monday.

     

  • GLADSTONE, Mich. — The Menominee wrestling team struggled against a good Gladstone team in the first round of team districts on Wednesday, falling 66-11 to knock the Maroons out.
  • Bucs rout Washington to move on
    MARINETTE — The UWGB-Marinette men’s basketball team shook off another cold shooting night against UW-Milwaukee/Washington County to advance to the quarterfinals of the Wisconsin Collegiate Conference playoffs with an 80-45 triumph Wednesday night.
  • FISH CREEK, Wis. — The Peshtigo girls basketball team had no counter to the defense of Gibraltar in Tuesday’s Marinette & Oconto contest, with the Bulldogs being held to six points after halftime in a 56-39 loss to the Vikings.
  • Anderson drops 26 to lead Maroons over Crandon

    MENOMINEE — Emma Anderson poured in 26 points to lead the Menominee girls basketball team to its 16th straight win with a 56-37 stomping of Crandon on Tuesday night.

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  • MENOMINEE — Emma Anderson poured in 26 points to lead the Menominee girls basketball team to its 16th straight win with a 56-37 stomping of Crandon on Tuesday night.
  • BELOIT, Wis. & ROCKFORD, IL. — The M&M Thunder high school hockey team took its act on the road for a two-game series against the Rock County Raptors of Beloit, Wi...

  • LENA — A game-high 14 points from Natalie McNurlen helped the Lena girls basketball team notch its first win of the season, blowing out White Lake 69-34 in non-conference ...

  • Crivitz tops Coleman in OT classic

    CRIVITZ — Drama, suspense and a down-to-the-wire finish highlighted Crivitz and Coleman in the two rivals’ second matchup of the season, in front of a packed gym.

  • IRON MOUNTAIN, Mich. — The M&M Stingrays swim team traveled to Iron Mountain on Saturday for the NYL Polar Plunge and brought home 96 first- through third-place medals...

  • CLINTONVILLE, Wis. — The Marinette girls basketball team had one of the top teams in the North Eastern Conference on the ropes but couldn’t finish the job, as the Ma...

  • DETROIT — No matter how bad things get for the Charlotte Hornets, they always seem to be able to fix them by playing the Detroit Pistons.

    Miles Bridges scored 18 po...

  • There are no changes in the Upper Peninsula Sportswriters & Sportscasters Association’s U.P. Polls after the sixth week of voting.

    The Menominee girls (15-0) st...

  • COLEMAN — Kaelyn Schlies scored 16 points in the second half and overtime to help the Wausaukee girls basketball team sneak by Coleman 55-51 on Monday.

    Schlies, who...

  • Marine boys' comeback falls short

    MARINETTE — The Marinette boys basketball team played like a team that was hungry to record its first victory of the season, but a seven-point, second-half deficit proved ...

  • WEST BEND, Wis. — Cam Willemsen poured in a game-high 31 points as UWGB-Marinette men’s basketball team finished off the regular season with an 81-64 thrashing of UW...

  • Peshtigo drops heartbreaker in OT
    PESHTIGO — The Peshtigo girls basketball team overcame a seven-point, first-half deficit and twice hit clutch shots to regain the lead, but a defensive miscue in the waning seconds proved costly, as the Bulldogs dropped a close game to Packerland Conference rival Algoma 35-31 in overtime on Saturday
  • DESTINY, Wis. — The Carney-Nadeau girls won their 10th-straight game Saturday, knocking off Destiny 67-20 in a basketball game played in Wisconsin.
  • ST. NICHOLAS — The Mid Peninsula boys have been close to pulling off that big upset all year. Friday night, they finally got it.

     

  • Peshtigo's seniors lead the way in upset
    PESHTIGO — Looking for a signature win during and up-and-down season, Peshtigo looked to make a statement on Friday when Sturgeon Bay came to town tied for the best record in the Packerland Conference in boys basketball.
  • OCONTO FALLS — It was a tale of two halves for the Marinette girls basketball team, as the Marines let a nine-point lead slip away and suffered a 62-26 loss to Oconto Falls in North Eastern Conference action on Friday.