December 6, 2007 RSS feed / Sports

Bobcat frosh fall to Panthers

After hanging with Standish Sterling for three quarters Tuesday night, the Houghton Lake Bobcat freshman basketball squad was outscored 19-5 in the fourth quarter as the Panthers posted a 59-40 win. More...

JV Bobcat rally falls short

Despite trailing by 15 at one point, the Houghton Lake Bobcats junior varsity basketball squad rallied to come within five points of Standish-Sterling in their opening contest of the season Tuesday night. More...

Young Buck team hoping to add ninth District title

"We have a very young team, and it showed against Grayling," said Roscommon varsity wrestling Coach George LaFramboise after the Bucks' season opening tournament Saturday. More...

Early results encouraging for Bobcat matmen

A week into their 2007-08 season, the Houghton Lake High School varsity wrestling squad has four wins under its belt. The Bobcats started their season Nov. 29 at home, splitting their contests against Tawas Area and Oscoda. More...

Three Bucks in double-digits in dominating JPC victory

Stephanie Mitchell grabbed 14 rebounds and scored 11 points and she and Rachel Peterson, who scored 14 pionts, led Roscommon to a 52-24 win over Beaverton Friday night. More...

BOWLING HIGHLIGHTS

Early Risers 11/21/07 Northway Lanes 37 Lost Lambs 31.5 Little Caesars 24.5 Shur Shine 24 CJ's 22. More...

Breaking the 700-pt. barrier goal of HLHS cheerleaders

"Whatever it takes." That is the theme of Houghton Lake High School varsity competitive cheer team this season. Coach Celeste Kubiak said her girls' goal is to break the 700-point barrier. "We have to break 700," she said. More...

Competitive cheerleading primer

Competitive cheerleading, according to Michigan High School Athletic Association rules, consists of three timed rounds. Round I is one minute, 30 seconds long. More...

Leadership key for small Houghton Lake girls squad

With nine dedicated players on his girls varsity basketball team, veteran Coach Eric Drogt is looking forward to a competitive Jack Pine Conference basketball season, and hoping injury doesn't become a factor. More...

Preview Delayed

Due to the cancellation of school at Houghton Lake Monday, the Resorter was unable to take team pictures of the Bobcats' winter teams. The pictures are being rescheduled and we hope to have the Winter Sports Preview in next week's Resorter. More...

Snowmobile safety class Dec. 15 in Lake City

The Missaukee County Sheriff's Office will host a snowmobile safety class Dec. 15 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. The class will be held at the Missaukee County EMS building, 404 First St., Lake City. The class is for students ages 12 to 16. More...

DNR web site features educational resources and more

As winter creeps into Michigan, teachers and youth, scouting and church group leaders often are looking for fun and informative ways to engage their students and children, even when the blustery weather keeps everyone indoors. More...

Efforts by snowmobile club members aimed at cleaner trails

The work of a member of the Houghton Lake Trailblazers Snowmobile Club will help keep area trails a little cleaner this summer. Last winter, member Larry Ambrose left a trash barrel at one of the trail head parking lots and it got a lot of use. More...

Bucks' first half lead collapses as Vikings take season opener

It was a tale of two halves for the Roscommon varsity basketball team Tuesday night as they fell in their season opener to Grayling, 59-54. The Bucks owned the first half, leading 19-10 after the first quarter en route to a 33-26 lead at the half. More...

Standish plays cage spoiler in Bobcat season opener

Standish-Sterling spoiled the debut of the 2007-08 Houghton Lake boys varsity basketball and its new coach, David Bunn, as the they ran away from the Bobcats Tuesday night. More...

Mat experience has 'Cats setting sights on State

After several years of building, the Houghton Lake High School wrestling team has reached a level of experience that could take them into the upper rungs of the Jack Pine Conference as well as further into the Team State Tournament. More...

Buck girls team brings experience, talent to court

Roscommon High School varsity girls basketball Coach Mark Church said expectations "are pretty high" for his seniororiented team this season, with its high level of experienced leadership and talent. More...

Trio of returning starters will spark Bucks this season

"We've got good experience coming back this season," said Roscommon varsity basketball coach M.J. Ewald. More...

Bucks cheerleaders look at season as rebuilding year

Roscommon High School will field a varsity competitive cheer team, but not a JV squad this season. Coach Vickie Alexander said one senior is returning to her 13- member crew, Autumn Smith. Joining her is first-year senior Becka Meadows. More...

'Cats offset deficits with intensity, speed

Although he has few returning players and not much height, Houghton Lake boys varsity basketball Coach David Bunn is banking on defensive intensity and speed to keep his Bobcats on top of the Jack Pine Conference. More...

Bobcat defense stifling in 30-18 win over Gladwin

Clamped down. That's what the Houghton Lake girls varsity basketball team did to Gladwin Friday night in both teams' Jack Pine Conference opener. More...

Buck JV holds Beavers scoreless in first half

After holding Beaverton scoreless in the first half, the Roscommon High School junior varsity girls basketball team cruised to a 41-8 Jack Pine Conference victory Friday night. More...

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