February 11, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Bucks score 7th straight JPC wrestling title

The Roscommon varsity wrestling team went into Saturday’s Jack Pine Conference Tournament at Meridian tied for first place with Gladwin, but walked out with their seventh straight JPC Championship, with six Buck wrestlers taking first place in More...

BATTLING CANCER WITH TEAMWORK

The American Cancer Society was the big winner last week in basketball match-ups between Houghton Lake and Roscommon. In the annual Coaches vs. More...

’Cats overcome slow start to post JPC win over Bucks

Roscommon had the momentum early in their contest with Houghton Lake Feb. 4 but the Bobcats got it back as they pulled out a 54-48 girls varsity basketball win. More...

TRAVELING BUCKS POST 8-3 RECORD

After starting the season 1-2, the Roscommon sixth grade boys traveling basketball team finished its season with an 8-3 record Feb. 6. More...

Frosh ’Cats split cage contests

The Houghton Lake freshman boys basketball team split in four games during the final two weeks of January. The ’Cats lost to Ogemaw, 39-38, on Jan. 20 with Kurt Smith leading the way with 13 points. More...

FIRST PLACE MEDALIST

Houghton Lake Youth Wrestler Greyson Tyrrell (pictured against a Gladwin opponent) earned a first place medal at Tawas Feb. 6. More...

Three Bobcats make all conference wrestling team

Three Houghton Lake High School varsity wrestlers fought their way onto the Jack Pine Conference All Conference Team during the JPC tournament at Sanford Meridian High School Saturday. More...

Bucks bomb Bobcats with third quarter run

A 10-4 third quarter run boosted a four-point halftime lead for Roscommon as they completed a roundball sweep of the Houghton Lake varsity boys basketball team Friday night, 50-38. More...

HLHS cheerleaders place first

The Houghton Lake Bobcats took home the first place trophy Feb. 6 at the Roscommon Bucks’ annual “Shake the Room” invitational with a score of 678.01. More...

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Firebirds going ‘pink’ Feb. 17

The Kirtland Community College womens basketball team is joining in the fight against breast cancer during a special fund-raising event when it hosts rival Alpena Community College on Feb. 17, at the McGregor Athletic Complex in Mio. More...

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