November 17, 2011 RSS feed / Sports

ALL JPC BUCKS

A total of ten Roscommon High School varsity football players were recognized for their efforts on the football field by the coaches of the Jack Pine Conference with inclusion on the All Conference T More...

November Booster winners drawn

The November winners of the Houghton Lake Bobcat Booster 200 Club drawing were Jacquelyn Toms, Edah Halliday and Bob and Sherry Peterson, $25 each and Len Natkowski, $125.   More...

Pool Standings

Houghton Lake Women’s Pool - Nov. 14   More...

GETTING HIS SHOT DOWN

Hunter Harger, 16, of Houghton Lake, gets his rifle shooting straight with the help of Houghton Lake Sportsman’s Club volunteers (background, left to right) Henry Brown and club President Danny More...

Pool Standings

Senior Pool League Nov. More...

TUT hockey sign-up on; volunteer refs needed

With the addition of hockey tournaments to Tip-up Town, U.S.A. this January, organizers are seeking teams and referees for the event.  More...

ALL NMSL BUCKS

Five Roscommon High School varsity soccer players were honored by the coaches of the Northern Michigan Soccer League with inclusion on the All Conference Team. More...

VARSITY AWARD WINNER

Recent Roscommon High School graduate Ashley Seames earned a first-year varsity volleyball award at Albion College. Seames checked into 13 matches, finishing with 24 digs and six blocks. More...

Bowling Highlights

Friday Night Mixed Goodyear Lanes Nov. More...

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Poll

How do you feel about Michigan’s presidential election recount potentially costing tax payers more than $4 million, even though it won’t change the outcome for Green Party candidate Jill Stein?