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  • ESCANABA — Six fallen teams and seven hours of volleyball led to the Sault Ste. Marie Blue Devils grounding the Stephenson Eagles 2-0 (25-20, 25-15) Saturday in the final ...

  • Cougars railroad Predators

    GOODMAN, Wis. — It was a snowy, cold and blustery afternoon for football Saturday, as the Cooperative Northern Elite Predators Football team hosted long time foe Cole...

  • OCONTO FALLS — The Peshtigo girls volleyball team earned a fifth-place finish at the Oconto Falls Invitational Saturday. The Bulldogs finished 3-2 overall on the day.

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  • WEST BEND, Wis. — It was a busy weekend for the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, Marinette campus women’s volleyball team.

    The Lady Bucs took part in a tria...

  • Marines splashed by New London at home

    MARINETTE — The Marinette-Peshtigo swim team came up short in its meet against New London 104-61 on Thursday.

    “Marinette swam hard tonight. They really have b...

  • Soderberg wins by keeping it in the fam

    MARINETTE — Snowmobiles and Wisconsin go together like baseball and Summer or America and apple pie. So while numerous Wisconsinites are eagerly awaiting the first snowfal...

  • ONTONAGON, Mich. — The Carney-Nadeau Wolves set two major program milestones here Friday in a 50-0 shutout win over Ontonagon in a Great Lakes Eight West Division contest.

  • MARQUETTE, Mich. — For the second week in a row, the Menominee football team held a big lead in the first half and watched it slip away due to mental mistakes, turnovers and penalties.
  • Jandt leads Bulldogs over Eagles
    PESHTIGO — Jerod Jandt scored six touchdowns as the Peshtigo Bulldogs overcame some early miscues, scoring 20 consecutive points to claim a 42-27 win over Southern Door and remain undefeated in MONLPC-Large play. The Bulldogs improved to 5-3 overall and 4-0 in conference play while the Eagles fell to 3-5 (2-3).
  • Crivitz keeps playoff hopes alive
    CRIVITZ — Points came in a hurry for the Crivitz Wolverines as their offense fired on all cylinders and the defensive effort was nearly unstoppable against a struggling Crandon team on Friday.
  • OCONTO FALLS — A tremendous offensive performance by Sam Drees wasn’t enough to overcome three second-half turnovers as the Marinette Marines were upset by the previously winless Oconto Falls Panthers 20-12 Friday.
  • STEPHENSON — Coach Sara Johnson challenged her volleyball team before the match to come out ready and start strong, and the Lady Eagles did just that as they swept Bark River-Harris 3-0 in commanding fashion on Thursday night.
  • IRON MOUNTAIN — A pair of underclassmen shined for Gladstone here on a cloudy and breezy Thursday as they grabbed the top two places in the Great Northern Conference cross country meet.
  • LUXEMBURG, Wis. — The Coleman girls cross country team nabbed a second-place finish at the Luxemburg-Casco Invitational Thursday
  • SEYMOUR, Wis. — Windy conditions couldn’t slow down the Marinette and Peshtigo cross country teams at the Seymour Invitational Thursday.

     

  • Lady Badgers hold off Cavalettes for sweep
    MARINETTE — The last time St. Thomas Aquinas Academy matched up against Niagara, the two teams battled before the Lady Badgers prevailed 3-1 in four games. Unfortunately for the Cavalettes, they weren’t able to build off of that last meeting as Niagara won in a 3-0 sweep on Thursday night.
  • Errors doom Marine girls against Mustangs
    MARINETTE — The Marinette girls volleyball team is still searching for its first win of the season after suffering a 3-0 defeat at the hands of the Little Chute Mustangs Thursday.
  • Marines rout Vikings on Senior Night
    MARINETTE — After two tough losses on back-to-back days to start the week, the Marinette soccer team bounced back on Thursday with an 8-0 rout of Denmark on Senior Night.
  • NORWAY — Going for a school record was hardly an after-thought for Daisy Englund heading into Wednesday’s Skyline Central Conference cross country meet.

    That&...

  • Maroons gear up for GNC showdown

    MENOMINEE — After suffering a crushing 26-20 loss to Escanaba a week ago despite leading 20-7 at one point in the game, the Menominee football team will have to have a sho...

  • PESHTIGO — Two games remain and still plenty is on the line for many area football teams as Mother Nature is expected to throw inclement weather into the mix thi...

  • Marines look to finish season on a high note

    MARINETTE —  It’s been a difficult rebuilding year for the Marinette Marines but the mood around the program remains upbeat despite the team’s on-field st...

  • WRIGHTSTOWN, Wis. — A tough season for the Marinette girls volleyball team got a little tougher, with the Marines suffering a 3-0 defeat at the hands of the Wrightstown Ti...

  • Badgers are the class of Big Ten West

    MADISON — As summer began to wind down and college football teams dived into preseason camps across the country, a picture of the Big Ten West Division began to emerge.

  • SHEBOYGAN, Wis — Playing some of their best volleyball of the season, the UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus Lady Buccaneers defeated UW-Green Bay, Sheboygan in three games 25...

  • LENA — Continuing its run of success in the M&O Conference, St. Thomas Aquinas Academy defeated Lena in three games by the scores of 25-21, 25-21 and 25-19 on Tuesday....

  • Crivitz girls breeze by Suring

    CRIVITZ —  The Crivitz girls volleyball team defended its home court Tuesday, taking down Suring 3-0 in a matchup of M&O conference rivals.

    “We knew ...

  • LENA — The Coleman boys and girls cross country teams both came in first place at Tuesday’s Lena Invitational.

    For the girls, Faith King crossed the finish li...

  • Bulldogs fizzle out against Oconto

    PESHTIGO — In front of a rowdy crowd on Tuesday, Oconto and Peshtigo squared off in what had the early makings of an intense volleyball match between the two rivals.

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  • Marine boys drop back-to-back games

    MARINETTE — The week has gotten off to a rough start for the Marinette Marines boys soccer team.

    One day after falling 6-3 to Luxemburg-Casco, the Marines (5-5) dro...

  • With Friday’s 26-20 win over Menominee, Escanaba (5-1) totaled six first-place votes and is sitting atop the Large School division in the fourth Upper Peninsula Sportswrit...

  • Maroons win first match in thriller

    MENOMINEE — It was Parent’s Night for the Menominee volleyball team on Monday and the Maroons were able to put on a show by winning their first match of the season 3...

  • MENOMINEE — A championship team, six athletes and a legendary girls basketball and boys golf coach are among the eight new inductees that will be immortalized in the third...

  • MENOMINEE — It was a great weekend for the M&M Hornets football teams.

    Hosting Escanaba on Saturday, the seven-grade team won 22-6 and the eighth-grade team won...

  • ARLINGTON, Texas — Aaron Rodgers darted toward the line of scrimmage before flinging a ball sidearm for another dazzling completion at the home of the Dallas Cowboys.

  • Matthews happy to return to Milwaukee

    MADISON — Wesley Matthews is back home.

    The veteran wing player signed with the Milwaukee Bucks over the summer, but returning to Wisconsin has really hit Matthews in recent weeks as the former Marquette star has driven to the team’s practice facility in downtown Milwaukee.

  • MENOMINEE — It was a great weekend for the M&M Hornets football teams.

    Hosting Escanaba on Saturday, the seven-grade team won 22-6 and the eighth-grade team win...

  • Lena finishes second, STAA third, at Lena Invitational

    LENA — The Lena girls volleyball team defended its home court Saturday, taking second place in its own invitational.

    St. Thomas Aquinas also competed at the event, nabbing a third-place finish.

  • Escanaba 26, Menominee 20

    ESCANABA 7 7 0 12 — 26

    MENOMINEE 12 8 0 0 — 20

    First quarter

    E — Josh Bruntjens 4-yard run (Kahler Geyer ...

  • CRANDON, Wis. — The Coleman football team notched its fourth straight win Friday to improve to 5-2 overall and 3-0 in MONLPC-Small play. The Cougars shutout Crandon (...

  • STEPHENSON — The Stephenson volleyball team hosted the Florence Bobcats for the first time at Stephenson High School on Thursday, and after dropping the first game the Lad...

  • Rangers pick up first win with a rout

    WAUSAUKEE — A season filled with disappointment and frustration may have gotten a shot in the arm when Wausaukee hosted Green Bay United in football on Friday.

    Ente...

  • Tigers spoil Marines' homecoming

    MARINETTE — It was a homecoming game that no one will want to remember for the Marinette Marines football team.

    Facing Northeastern Conference foe Wrightstown, the ...

  • Buck, Anderla lead Maroon girls in Gladstone

    FLAT ROCK, Mich. — The outcome of a girls’ cross country race was decided by a matter of inches here Thursday as Kingsford junior Melanie Wenzel squeezed past Menomi...

  • Maroons falter in second half vs. Esky

    MENOMINEE — It was a tale of two halves for both teams at Walton Blesch Field on Thursday, and unfortunately for the Maroons, Escanaba came alive in the second to steal a ...

  • CRIVITZ — The Lady Wolverines of Crivitz earned a 6-0 sweep in their triangular match against Niagara and Oneida Thursday.

    Crivitz opened its evening with a 3-0 swe...

  • SHAWANO — A wet pitch did little to slow down the Marinette boys soccer team.

    Alex Shaw collected his second hat-trick of the season and the Marines stopped a two-g...

  • Marine girls struggle against Fox Valley Lutheran on pink night

    MARINETTE — The Marinette girls volleyball team continued taking its lumps Thursday, enduring a 3-0 defeat at the hands of Fox Valley Lutheran.

    “We’re a...

  • MADISON — State wildlife officials have confirmed that tissue samples collected from three deer in Crawford County and two deer from Richland County have tested positive f...

  • MADISON — With the archery and crossbow deer hunting seasons underway, the Department of Natural Resources recommends simple precautions hunters and landowners can take to...

  • MARQUETTE — While there was no gold medals that made the trip home, the Menominee girls tennis team did bring back three silvers and a bronze from Wednesday’s U.P. F...

  • STURGEON BAY, Wis — In what was one of the best volleyball matches of the year, Peshtigo went blow-for-blow with Sevastopol and came out victorious on Tuesday in five game...

  • Teams jostling for playoff positions in MONLPC

    WAUSAUKEE — What we know heading into Week 7 of the high school football season for local 11- and 8-man teams is that some are fighting for playoff positioning or to still...

  • Marines look to get back to basics

    MARINETTE — A difficult rebuilding season gets even tougher for the Marinette Marines football team when it plays host to the Wrightstown Tigers Friday at Higley Stadium.

  • FELCH, Mich. — In a nail-biter of a volleyball match that lasted over two hours long, the Stephenson girls defeated North Dickinson 3-2 in five very close games.

    Sp...

  • Teams jostling for playoff positions in MONLPC

    WAUSAUKEE — What we know heading into Week 7 of the high school football season for local 11- and 8-man teams is that some are fighting for playoff positioning or to still gain a spot in the postseason, while others are looking to end on a high note with pride on the line.

  • MENOMINEE — The Menominee football team’s Great Northern Conference revenge tour resumes today when the Maroons host the Escanaba Eskymos at 7 p.m. at Walton Blesch Field

  • Maroons can't handle Eskymos on Pink Night

    MENOMINEE — After struggling in the first two games the Menominee volleyball team made the final one exciting for the crowd on the Maroons annual Pink Out game for cancer ...

  • COLEMAN — It was a rough night for the Lady Cougars of Coleman, as they dropped their match 3-0 to Niagara Tuesday.

    Game one was a tightly-contested, back-and-forth...

  • Marine girls swept by Comets

    MARINETTE — This has been a season of learning experiences and growing pains for the Marinette girls volleyball team, with a youth-laden roster essentially learning as it ...

  • STAA wins in four over Oneida Nation

    MARINETTE — Winners of four of their previous five volleyball matches, the St. Thomas Aquinas Academy Cavalettes looked to stay hot against a difficult Oneida Nation squad...

  • Calumet totaled 36 total points and Menominee had 35 to retain the top spot in the Large School division of the third Upper Peninsula Sportswriters and Sportcasters Association ...

  • ASHWAUBENON — The Marinette Marines girls tennis team took part in the Bay Conference tournament Saturday in Ashwaubenon, but Mother Nature also made her presence felt.

  • MARINETTE — The Lady Bucs of the University of Green Bay, Marinette Campus volleyball team defeated the University of Milwaukee-Washington County in a thrilling five-game,...

  • Cougars cruise at Mishicot

    MISHICOT, Wis. — The Coleman Cougars cross country team took part in the Jim Bremser Invitational Thursday in Mishicot. The Cougars ran well all day, with the girls varsit...

  • Kitzinger nabs fifth place at Lourdes

    OSHKOSH, Wis. — Marinette senior Katelyn Kitzinger came in fifth place Saturday at the Lourdes Academy Cross Country Invitational in Oshkosh, her fourth top-five finish th...

  • IOWA CITY, Iowa — Ellsworth Community College freshman Jake Poetzl has received Iowa Community College Athletic Association (ICCAC) Athlete of the Week honors for his...

  • SEYMOUR — The Marinette girls swimming team swam their hearts out, but couldn’t keep pace with a pesky Seymour team, losing its match 109-56 Thursday.

    The Mar...

  • POWERS — The third-ranked Forest Park football team ran away with it against the Carney-Nadeau Wolves here Friday. A running clock in the second half led to a 68-27 Trojan...

  • Coleman 48, Northland Pines 7

    COLEMAN — Only a fourth quarter kick return kept Coleman from notching its second shutout of the season. The Cougars improved to ...

  • APPLETON — Friday’s Northeastern Conference matchup between the Marinette Marines and Foxes of Fox Valley Lutheran quickly turned into a 47-6 blowout for FVL.

  • MANISTIQUE, Mich. — The Menominee Maroons improved to 4-1 on the season with a convincing 35-0 neutral site win over Boyne City (2-3) Friday night.

  • STEPHENSON — An exciting back-and-forth volleyball contest did not end in Stephenson’s favor, as the Eagles were defeated by Forest Park 3-2 Thursday.

    The Eag...

  • Menominee 35, Boyne City 0

    BOYNE CITY 0  0  0  0 — 0

    MENOMINEE 14 7  7  7 — 35

    First quarter

    M &#...

  • WAUPACA — Playing under the lights and on artificial turf, the Marinette boys soccer team (5-3-0) suffered a 3-0 loss to the Waupaca Comets Thursday night.

    “W...

  • Coan a different QB from a year ago

    MADISON — After studying video of Jack Coan – the 2019 version – Northwestern coach Pat Fitzgerald reached a conclusion that shouldn’t surprise anyone:

  • SHAWANO — The Marinette girls tennis team that was swept against Shawano earlier this season was young, inexperienced and still trying to find its footing. A season of har...

  • The Packers defeated the Bears 37-12 in week one of the M&M youth football playoffs.

    The Packers jumped to an early 6-0 lead thanks to a 43-yard touchdown run by Tann...

  • Lady Bucs plunder UW-Wausau

    MARINETTE — From the opening serve, the UW-Green Bay, Marinette Campus volleyball team was on a mission and nothing was getting in its way.

    In what could be describ...

  • NIAGARA — Crunch time begins for many area teams entering the sixth week of the football season. For some, playoff mode begins now.

     

  • GREENLEAF — The Marinette girls golf took fifth place in the Northeastern Conference championship tournament Wednesday at Wander Springs Golf Course.

     

  • MARINETTE — One week after a 41-0 drubbing at the hands of the Denmark Vikings, the Marinette Marines were back at work this week and eager to wash the taste of defeat from their mouths.
  • Hofer goes back-to-back at GNCs
    KINGSFORD — A year ago at Great Northern Conference finals for tennis, Josie Hofer won her first GNC title as a sophomore by defeating the No. 1 seed in the championship match at No. 4 singles.
  • MENOMINEE — Keagan Monroe and Nick Snyder were named Maroons of the Week for their efforts in Menominee’s 61-6 rout of Peshtigo on Thursday.

     

  • MENOMINEE — The Menominee football team starts its daunting second half of the season this Friday when the Maroons travel to Manistique for a neutral-site matchup against Boyne City.
  • Johnson has once-in-a-lifetime shot

    MARINETTE — Almost every kid has a dream at one point or another growing up to be a professional athlete.

     

  • CINCINNATI — The clubhouse rocked with music played by a DJ. Television screens showed the Cubs losing again, moving the Brewers to the verge of another postseason berth.