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NCA Jets Take Care Of Business At Big Bay, 76-34
The North Central High School boys basketball team stayed undefeated with an easy 76-34 win over the Big Bay deNoc Black Bears Friday night in Garden Corners. Click the above headline to read game details, hear interviews, and see game photos and videos.
Flivvers Beat Gladstone In Return To Delta County
The Kingsford High School boys basketball team was not happy with its effort in a loss to Escanaba last Friday. Six nights later, the Flivvers were a bit happier on the return trip to Delta County as they pulled out a 58-54 win over the Gladstone Braves. Click the above headline to read details, and to see videos and photos taken by Nate Bellville.
SPORTS BROADCASTS ON RRN STATIONS
Saturday February 13, 2016
12:45 PM - High School Hockey. Escanaba Eskymos at Houghton Gremlins. From Dee Stadium in Houghton. On WCHT-AM (600), and on-line at www.rrnsports.com.
7:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. "Sprint Unlimited" from Daytona International Raceway in Florida. On WCMM-FM (102.5).
Sunday February 14, 2016
3:10 PM - NHL Hockey. Detroit Red Wings vs Boston Bruins. From Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. On WGLQ-FM (97.1).
Monday February 15, 2016
12:40 PM - NHL Hockey. Detroit Red Wings at New York Islanders. From the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y. On WGLQ-FM (97.1).
7:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. SpeedWeek from Daytona Beach, Florida. "Daytona Rising". On WCMM-FM (102.5).
7:05 PM - High School Girls Basketball. Gladstone Braves vs Escanaba Eskymos. From the Gladstone High School Gym. On WCHT-AM (600), and on-line at www.rrnsports.com.
7:15 PM - High School Girls Basketball. Manistique Emeralds vs Iron Mountain Mountaineers. From the Iron Mountain High School Gym. On WTIQ-AM (1490), and on-line at www.wtiqradio.com.
Tuesday February 16, 2016
7:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. SpeedWeek from Daytona Beach, Florida. "NASCAR Live". From the Motor Racing Network. On WCMM-FM (102.5).
7:15 PM - High School Boys Basketball. Gladstone Braves at Negaunee Miners. From the Lakeview Memorial Gym in Negaunee. On WCHT-AM (600), and on-line at www.rrnsports.com.
Wednesday February 17, 2016
7:00 PM - NASCAR Racing. SpeedWeek from Daytona Beach, Florida. "NASCAR Live" on WCMM-FM (102.5).
Braves Win Wrestling District; Regionals Next Week
The Gladstone High School wrestling team made the long trip downstate to Boyne City on Thursday and came home with a district championship. The Braves beat Elk Rapids, 69-6, and topped Grayling, 49-27. Click the above headline to read details and to see photos.
Eskymos Come From Behind To Win District Title
The Escanaba Eskymos lost their first four matches and trailed the Petoskey Northmen, 18-0, in Wednesday night's district championship battle. But the Eskymos rallied to post a 43-30 win at the Escanaba Gym. Click the above headline for match details, scores from across the U.P., listen to interviews, and see photos and videos from the match.
Tech Women Get Road Win At Hillsdale
Michigan Tech's women's basketball team held Hillsdale to 16 field goals and forced 23 turnovers to earn a 68-41 victory over the Chargers at Potter Arena Thursday night. The Huskies are now 16-6 overall and 14-4 in GLIAC play. Danielle Blake scored a game-high 15 points and added seven rebounds for Tech.
Michigan Tech Basketball Blows 13-Point Lead
Hillsdale hit back-to-back 3-pointers to break a 58-all deadlock and eventually earn a 66-61 victory over Michigan Tech Thursday in GLIAC men's basketball. The Huskies held a 37-24 lead at halftime, but could not hold on for the season sweep of the Chargers. Luke Heller and Kyle Monroe each scored 19 points for the Huskies.
NMU Signs 20 To Men's Soccer Team
David Poggi announced the first 20 players who have committed to be members of the inaugural Northern Michigan University men's soccer team. Fifteen of the future Wildcats are high school seniors who signed National Letters of Intent. Poggi also welcomed five college transfers. The players hail from six different states.