April 20, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Bucks score first win with 5-0 home victory

Roscommon began its soccer sea­son with a loss on the road and a win at home.  On April 11 at Clare, the Bucks fell to the Pioneers 2-1.  Coach John Sinnaeve said a “much- improved” Pioneer team was able to stop their attack in More...

Returning runners to help Buck girls finish high in JPC track

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Four returning seniors who made last season’s Jack Pine Conference All Conference Team, should bring the Roscommon girls track team near the top of the conference this season according to Coach Steve Clements.  More...

Roscommon softball team will need to work hard for JPC wins

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Although Roscommon varsity softball Coach Lee Wykoff said the Bucks will field an improved team this season, he said that wins could be tough to come by in a talent packed Jack Pine Conference.  More...

’Cats drop doubleheader

The Houghton Lake varsity base­ball team dropped their season-opening doubleheader at Coleman April 15. The Bobcats lost game one 11-1, and the sec­ond game 19-4.  More...

Young Bobcat baseball team will be competitive, coach says

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“I have realis­tic expectations for this team,” said Houghton Lake varsity baseball Coach Charlie Hockey. Hockey, in his second year coaching the Bob­cats, said “we’re young, but we should be competitive.”  More...

Bobcat golfers hoping to make trip back to State

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The Houghton Lake golf team, which made the Division 3 Team State Golf Tournament last season, is gunning for a return trip this season according to Coach Andy Meikle.  More...

Bobcats begin road campaign with 4-0 win at Ogemaw

The Houghton Lake girls varsity soccer team opened their 2017 trav­eling season with a shutout victory at Ogemaw Heights April 14. The Bobcats won the game 4-0.  More...

Booster winners

The February through April win­ners of the Houghton Lake Bobcat Booster 200 Club drawing were re­cently announced. February winners were Lorra Ordiway, Jim Sutika and Norm Fullmer, each winning $25, and Bob Pacella winning $125. More...

Bucks roll until they run into Falcons

The Roscommon varsity baseball team was on a roll with doubleheader wins at McBain April 12 (14-0, 17-6) and Tawas April 13 (10-2, 7-0) be­fore dropping both games at Ogemaw Heights April 17 (4-3, 10-1).  More...

Buck girls start season with road win

The Roscommon varsity softball team started off their season with a road win at McBain on April 12. More...

Bobcat softball coach sees improved season coming

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“I’m looking for a much improved season this year,” said Houghton Lake varsity softball Coach Carrie Ann Miller.  More...

HL track success depends on mix of new faces, returning talent

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Although Houghton Lake’s track teams lost some stars to graduation last year, both the boys and girls teams will have a good mix of proven perform­ers and new faces going into the 2017 season.  More...

Roscommon soccer team still strong despite loss of starters

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The Roscommon girls varsity soccer team will be “very solid” this season in spite of losing six starters to graduation last June, according to Coach John Sinnaeve.  More...

Buck baseball to benefit from summer experience

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Along with several players with three years of varsity experience under their belts, this year’s Roscommon varsity base­ball team will have the benefit of ex­perience gained by four of its players who took part in elite summer base­ball program More...

Bobcat soccer coach sets bar high for strong returning team

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“I have high expectations for this team,” said Houghton Lake varsity soccer Coach Darren Barnes. Among his goals for this year’s Bobcats are winning the Northern Michigan Soc­cer League, District and Regional ti­tles. More...

Roscommon golf program rebuilding under new coach

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The Roscommon varsity golf team will be led by new Coach Rich Jaskowski this season, who said he expects to oversee a rebuilding year for a relatively inexperienced Buck team. More...

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