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Cardinals downed by Engadine; Alpena XC gets off to solid start

September 2, 2016 ENGADINE—The Onaway football team stayed with Engadine for a half on Thursday, but couldn’t keep up down the stretch and lost to the Eagles 34-12. more »»

Wildcats want to limit mistakes vs. Blue Devils

September 2, 2016 The Alpena football team knows how close it was last week to opening the season with a win. Now the Wildcats want to make sure they finish the job in Week 2. more »»

Posen volleyball opens year with three-set win

August 31, 2016 WOLVERINE—The Posen volleyball opened its 2016 season with a win on Tuesday, defeating Wolverine 25-14, 25-16 and 25-12. more »»

A record breaking night

August 30, 2016 LINCOLN — Despite suffering a 5-3 loss to Tawas on Monday, the Alcona soccer team saw its all-state goalkeeper break a school record as junior Conner McCoy made 34 saves in the Tigers home loss. more »»

A solid beginning

August 29, 2016 By JAMES ANDERSEN News Sports Editor The Alpena High volleyball team was able to figure out a way to beat most of its opponents on Saturday during the Alpena Invitational. more »»

Wildcats go 1-1-1 during fifth annual SSSCC

August 29, 2016 The Alpena soccer team played host to its fifth annual Sunrise Side Soccer Challenge Cup on Saturday at Alpena High School. Six teams competed in this years tournament. more »»

Owls down Potterville; Hurons stall vs. Au Gres

August 29, 2016 OSCODA—The Oscoda football team started the 2016 season off on the right foot on Saturday, defeating Potterville 47-12 at home. The Owls started slow offensively, but caught fire once they rolling. more »»

Tigers tripped up

August 27, 2016 LINCOLN—The 60th season of Alcona High football got off to a sour start. more »»

Crawfords, Cardinals take it to Pellston in season opener

August 27, 2016 ONAWAY — After suffering a bit of let down at the end of last season, the Onaway Cardinals opened the 2016 season firing on all cylinders and looked impressive doing so as they shut out Pellston by ... more »»

Ossineke hosting annual baseball tournament

August 27, 2016 There are many traditions celebrated throughout baseball and this weekend will be no different as Ossineke will be holding its annual summer tournamen. more »»

A frustrating debut

August 26, 2016 Aaron Sims’ Alpena coaching debut did not go as planned as his Wildcats were the victim of several costly mistakes throughout the course of Thursday night’s season opening loss to Escanaba, as they... more »»

Posen rolls in football opener; Hillman loses at Onekama

August 26, 2016 FLINT—The Posen football team got a tough test right off the bat on Thursday, but the Vikings were able to persevere for a win. more »»

The wait is over

August 25, 2016 A new era will begin for the Alpena High football team tonight. Tonight the Wildcats open their season at home at 7 p.. more »»

Wildcats picked 6th in BNC poll

August 25, 2016 The Alpena football team has been picked to finish sixth in the Big North Conference for the 2016 season in the conference’s annual media poll. more »»

Hurons have solid showing at New Lothrop tourney

August 25, 2016 NEW LOTHROP — The Rogers City volleyball team traveled to New Lothrop for a tournament last Saturday and put together a competitive weekend. more »»

Time on Swami’s side

August 25, 2016 There is always a premonition for every situation. That must have been the story behind Swami starting his column a week early. more »»

Wildcats aiming to turn over new leaf with Sims in charge

August 25, 2016 New Alpena High football coach Aaron Sims admits he’s approaching his first season with a cautious optimis. more »»

Experienced Tigers looking to run more this season

August 25, 2016 LINCOLN—Fans of power football should enjoy watching the Alcona football team this season. more »»

Oscoda focused on physical play, strong defense in 2016

August 25, 2016 OSCODA—Last year the Oscoda football team made the postseason for the first time in 15 years. New Oscoda coach Mark Whitley wants to see the Owls make the playoffs a lot more often. more »»

 
 
 

 

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