October 4, 2007 RSS feed / Sports

Bobcats lose in Ogemaw quad meet

Running out of momentum too early cost the Houghton Lake varsity volleyball team their first two games with host Ogemaw Heights, Monday, in a quad meet with Ogemaw Heights, Grayling, and Roscommon. More...

POOL LEAGUE STANDINGS

Men's Senior Pool 10/1/07 Family Bar #1 15/29 Long Branch #1 10/23 Back Door #2 10/20 Pressure Crack #1 8/18 Northshore #1 8/17 Spikehorn 5/16 Shenanigan's 5/15 Back Door #1 10/14 Family Bar #2 7/13 Long Branch #2 7/12 More...

Buck netters nail Bobcats

With the halfway point of the Jack Pine Conference volleyball season nearing, the Roscommon Bucks moved to a perfect 6-0 in league play with the defeat of Houghton Lake Sept. 26. More...

G's offense 'grounds' out win

Gladwin scored in every quarter as they handed Roscommon a 27-12 loss Friday night behind 415 yards of total offense. The Flying G's outgained Roscommon 415-226 to hand the host Bucks their second straight Jack Pine Conference loss. More...

Lack of 'killer instinct' hurts soccer 'Cats in two matches

The lack of a "killer instinct" by Houghton Lake's varsity soccer team allowed McBain Northern Michigan Christian a 4-1 victory Friday and the Grayling Vikings a 5-0 victory Sept. 26. More...

BOWLING HIGHLIGHTS

Tuesday Night Women's 9/25/07 Dr. Bob's Beauties 14 Riverside Golf Carts 12 Brotebeck Builders 11 Moose Lodge 1162 10 C & L Auto 8 Preston Heating 8 Those Guys 7 Reith-Riley 6 Skip's Lounge 3 Ghost Squad 0 High Scr Game: More...

TICKET 001

Houghton Lake Community Schools Superintendent Pete Injasoulian takes possession of Houghton Lake Bobcat Boosters 200 Club ticket "001" Monday from Booster Lou Ann Pacheco. Tickets for the monthly drawing are available for $25. More...

Bucks 2nd in tourney; Bobcats bow to champs

The Roscommon Bucks varsity volleyball team finished the Grayling Subway Slam second Saturday after working through pool play and defeating host Grayling in the semi-final to play Kalkaska. More...

FUND FOR JUNIOR RIFLE PROGRAM

Roscommon County Sheriff's Posse recently awarded the Houghton Lake Sportsmen's Club a $1,500 grant to be used by the club for the National Rifle Association Junior Rifle programs. More...

Sportsmanship to get attention at Bobcat football contests

Fans attending Houghton Lake's homecoming football game Friday night will notice an increased presence by school officials in the stands. The increased emphasis on practicing good sportsmanship stems from an incident that occurred Sept. More...

Powder Puff Pictures

THE VICTORS! Members of the Sophomore/Junior Powder Puff football team celebrate victory after beating the Senior/Freshman team 3-0. More...

Powerful Meridian offense churns up Bobcat defense

The Houghton Lake Bobcats stalled Meridian's potent running game for nearly the entire first half Friday night but once the host Mustangs got moving, they ran away from the 'Cats 46-16. More...

REMEMBERING A FRIEND

In remembrance of their friend Ryan McDonald, who was killed by a drunk driver in October, 2006, students at Houghton Lake Middle School have been conducting a penny drive to raise funds for the Graham/ MacDonald Sports Complex under construction n More...

Meridian JV slips past Bobcats

Leading 27-24 after three quarters, it looked like the Houghton Lake junior varsity squad might be able to grind out a win against Meridian, who was undefeated in the Jack Pine Conference going into the game. More...

Firebird runners set school, personal marks at meet

Head coach Steve Seager left Kirtland Community College's main campus Sept. More...

Bucks deflate Eagles following 'Cup' loss

After losing 2-0 to Big Rapids Saturday the Roscommon High School varsity soccer team came back Monday to defeat Bellaire 4- 1 to stay undefeated in the league. More...

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