August 30, 2007 RSS feed / Sports

Bobcat netters drop three in early season struggles

The early season has been rough on Houghton Lake's varsity soccer team as the Bobcats lost three matches in the last week. Monday night the Bobcats lost 2-1 to Pine River, after losing 3-2 to Gladwin Friday, and 3-0 to Ogemaw Heights Aug. 22. More...

'Jittery' Bucks win own tournament

With just four practice sessions and one scrimmage under their belts the Roscommon High School varsity volleyball team opened its season hosting a tournament. More...

Gymnastics classes to begin Sept. 11 at CRAF Center

Youths ages three and older may participate in gymnastics classes to be held at the CRAF Center, Roscommon, this fall. Call the MSU Extension Office at 275- 5043 for information on class schedules and costs. Registrations must be received by Sept. More...

Camp, tryouts slated for hoopers

The Central Basketball Club will host a fall skill camp/travel team tryout at Hangtime Sports on Sept. 9th from 2 - 5 p.m. for 9- 12th grade girls. The cost for the camp is $10. Players do not have to tryout for a team to attend the skills camp. More...

WONDERING WHO WON?

Football scores available on MHSAA web site

High school football fans will again be able to obtain scores of varsity contests on game days throughout the regular season shortly after they are completed through the Michigan High School Athletic Association web site - mhsaa.com. More...

SEASON CHAMPS

Winning the 2007 Houghton Lake Women's Softball League was Hans & Feet Dance Center. More...

Vikings run over Buck gridders, 47-7

The Grayling Vikings rolled over the Roscommon Bucks Friday night as they handed the varsity gridders a 47-7 opening game loss. The host Vikings chalked up 491 yards of offense to Roscommon's 101 yards. More...

'Cats pick up win in fall, coach's volleyball debut

The Houghton Lake Bobcats' varsity volleyball team made their 2007 debut Friday at the Roscommon Invitational Volleyball Tournament. More...

Buck kickers enjoy 19-goal advantage in opening games

Outscoring opponents 22-3, the Roscommon High School varsity soccer squad has jumped to a 3-0 record to start the season. The Bucks opened their season with an 8-0 mercy victory over Pine River on Aug. 20. On Aug. More...

Firehouse's 13 runs in second leads slugfest victory 24-20

A 13-run second inning helped propel the Firehouse Bar's Houghton Lake Men's Slo-Pitch Softball League team to a 24-20 slugfest victory over Comfort Suites, Monday night to claim the men's league season championship. More...

TAKING THE FIELD

Play got underway Saturday for the Houghton Lake Youth Football Jaguars. The players - ranging from third through eighth grades - were in action at Bobcat Field throughout the day. The Jaguars will next play Sept. More...

Early scoring paves way for 38-15 JV Bobcat win

Four touchdowns in the first quarter set the tone for Houghton Lake as they cruised to a 38-15 opening game junior varsity football home win against Lake City Aug. 23. More...

Reed, Mowery lead White Deer league at halfway mark

With 32 out of 54 points, first flighters Pam Reed and Sharon Mowery were the mid-season leaders of the Monday Night Women's Golf League at White Deer Country Club. More...

G's follows winless season with 2nd place division finish

After going winless last year the G's Pizzeria team defeated Shenanigan's Pub 12-7 Thursday to take second place in their division in the Houghton Lake Women's Slo-Pitch Softball League. More...

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