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Flyers throttled by Hounds on the road

January 17, 2015 TRAVERSE CITY—The Traverse Hounds showed the Alpena Flyers why they’re the top team in the Midwest Junior Hockey League on Friday, routing the Flyers 12-2. more »»

Thunder Bay Wrecks

January 17, 2015 The Thunder Bay Wrecks hosted Traverse City Northstars recently at Northern Lights Arena for a pair of exhibition games, tying one game and winning the other. more »»

Alpena Sports Hall of Fame announces 2014 class

January 16, 2015 In their athletic careers, Ken Bauer, Christin Sobeck, Ray Timm and Jerry Mills were considered to be among the best in their respective sports. more »»

The rally falls short

January 16, 2015 POSEN—After trailing Au Gres 21-7 in the first quarter, the Posen boys basketball team rallied to a slim 51-50 lead over the Wolverines with 31 seconds left in the game. more »»

Swami makes his return

January 16, 2015 Swami has landed back home in one piece and had a wonderful time at Disney World. more »»

Onaway falls short vs. Trojans

January 16, 2015 FIFE LAKE—A busy week caught up with the Onaway boys basketball team. The Cardinals dropped their second game in three days, losing to Fife Lake Forest Area 61-56 on Thursday. more »»

Learning as you go

January 15, 2015 Sometimes, progress for a wrestling team can occur between matches. That was the case for the Alpena wrestling team in Wednesday night’s Big North quad: it was nearly swept by N. more »»

ACC men and women lose to St. Clair

January 15, 2015 ST. CLAIR The Alpena Community College men’s basketball team dropped an 82-73 heart breaker against St. Clair County on Wednesday after leading 82-73 at the half. St. more »»

Skiba reacts to Internet fame

January 15, 2015 Mitchell Skiba was simply trying to vent his frustrations in the midst of a tough game. Instead his ejection at the end of a recent Alpena Flyers game has made him the talk of the Interne. more »»

Understanding the new North Star League divisions

January 15, 2015 Ever since the North Star League split into the Big Dipper” and “Little Dipper divisions, team standings may appear to be much more confusing to the average area basketball fan. more »»

Too close for comfort

January 14, 2015 The Alpena boys basketball team got a little more than it bargained for on Tuesda. more »»

Fourth quarter rally pushes Tawas past Posen

January 14, 2015 POSEN—Travis Sharpe caught a pass behind the three-point line from a Posen teammate with just over two minutes left Tuesday night match against Tawas. more »»

Dingman scores 42 as Ironmen shock Onaway

January 14, 2015 MANCELONA—Brandon Dingman scored 42 points and Mancelona shocked the Onaway boys basketball team on Tuesday, winning 76-58 to hand the Cardinals their first loss of the season and first Ski Valley... more »»

Hillman keeps rolling

January 13, 2015 HILLMAN—Even when it doesn’t quite bring its A-game, the Hillman boys basketball team is still pretty darn good. more »»

Hurons falter late vs. Whittemore at home

January 13, 2015 ROGERS CITY—The Rogers City boys basketball team’s Monday night nail-biter against Whittemore-Prescott was a bitterly fought battle that saw flaws in fundamental play and a last-minute Cardinals... more »»

Tawas edges Posen in girls hoops 38-36

January 13, 2015 TAWAS— A 10-point lead over Tawas turned into a tight 38-36 loss for the Posen girls basketball team on Monday when the Braves rallied in the third quarter and pulled ahead in the fourth quarter. more »»

Woods Track fares well in 2015 opener

January 13, 2015 The Woods Track Club started 2015 with outstanding performances from the entire team. In the first race of the year, Mitchell Day and Tellis Donajkowski finished first and second overal. more »»

Monarchs rule the day

January 12, 2015 Penalties were the Achilles heel of the Alpena Flyers on Sunday. Anthony Wojciechowski didn’t help either. more »»

Wildcats tie Divine Child in Sault tourney

January 12, 2015 SAULT STE. MARIE—The Alpena High School hockey team skated to a 2-2 tie with Divine Child during the final day of the Sault Lions Showcase on Saturday. more »»



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