February 28, 2008 RSS feed / Sports

Wigard sets Bobcat wrestling records

Houghton Lake senior varsity wrestler Justin Wigard finished out his wrestling career at the State Individual Regional Tournament at Standish Feb. More...

Bucks take Petoskey, title

Roscommon beat back Petoskey 37-35 Feb. 22 in Grayling to earn its first District girls basketball title since 1996. Roscommon Coach Mark Church said the win was the result of an all-round excellent team effort. More...

Braves end Bobcats' basketball season with 39-24 victory

Houghton Lake tried to play spoiler in District 62 action Feb. 20 against Tawas Area but the Northeast Michigan Conference Champion Braves were too strong for the Bobcats, ending Houghton Lake's varsity girls basketball season with a 39-24 victory. More...

ALL-CONFERENCE 'CATS

Selected as All Conference cheerleaders in the Jack Pine Conference for 2007-08 are Houghton Lake senior cheerleaders (left to right) Jaynelle Hoke, Jessica Hoke, Jacqueline Hallauer, Patsy Gardner and Stephanie Foster. (Photo by Celeste Kubiak) More...

G's early advantage leads to JPC win over 'Cats

Houghton Lake could not overcome a slow start against Gladwin Feb. 21 in their Jack Pine Conference boys basketball finale as the Flying G's won the contest 65-60. More...

Beavers bite basketball Bucks in regular season finale

Roscommon's regular season ended on a sour note as the Bucks fell to host Beaverton Feb. 21 in boys varsity basketball action, 64- 57. More...

Kirtland downs Hawks to host playoff clash

The Kirtland Community College mens basketball team accomplished two goals by beating visiting Henry Ford Community College, 75-64, in the Firebirds' regular-season finale Feb. 23, at the McGregor Athletic Complex in Mio. More...

Three Bucks headed to State

Three Roscommon High School varsity wrestlers will wrestle for the Division 3 individual state title in their weight classes at the Palace of Auburn Hills March 6-8, after qualifying at Standish Saturday. More...

District Champs!

HOLDING THE HARDWARE Roscommon celebrated its first girls basketball District championship since 1996 when they beat Petoskey Friday night in Grayling. More...

Braves scorch 'Cats

The Tawas Area Braves were too much for the Houghton Lake Bobcats Monday night as the Braves topped the 'Cats 75-45 in District 62 boys basketball action at Houghton Lake. More...

Bobcat cheerleaders place fourth at Breckenridge

Leading into competitive cheer Regionals Saturday, the Houghton Lake varsity Bobcats placed fourth Feb. 23 at Breckenridge High School with a score of 689.460. "Round one was very strong and exciting," Coach Celeste Kubiak said. More...

Bobcat frosh finish season with 10-game winning streak

The Houghton Lake Bobcat freshman basketball squad finished its season with a 10-game winning streak to post a 12-5 record. Coach Ken Warner said the squad was one of the best defensive squads he has coached and were a "good group" to coach. More...

Alden's career-high 28 leads Bucks to victory

Junior Mike Alden hit a 3- pointer with 35.5 seconds remaining to break a 68-68 tie with Grayling and propel his squad to a 73-71 win over the Vikings Monday night in District 63 action at Grayling. More...

Beavers edge junior varsity Bucks in season finale, 39-35

After a strong first half that ended with a 21-18 Roscommon advantage, the host Beaverton Beavers poured in 22 secondhalf points to beat the Buck junior varsity boys basketball team, 39-35. More...

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