October 12, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

HOUGHTON LAKE ROYALTY

Flanked by Princess Ayla Davis and Prince Matthew Smith, newly crowned Houghton Lake High School Homecoming Queen April Johnson and King Seth Brandel greet the crowd Friday night. More...

MUSICAL BOBCATS

The HLHS band, led by Drum Major Stephanie Eckstorm, marches down M-55 during the Homecoming Parade Friday.   More...

FRESHMAN 50S

The Freshman Class won the Best Float award with its 50s-style jukebox and Chuck Berry guitar. Walking behind the float are (left to right) Anthony Lindemeyer, Madison Roll, Brianna Vietti and Rachel Sajdak.   More...

RUNNING THE BALL NORTH

Sixth grade members of the Houghton Lake Middle School cross coun­try team (left to right) Abbie Partenio and Kaytlynn Cole head north on Old 27 as they helped the high school and middle school cross country teams run the game ball for Friday’s More...

Harrison hands Bobcat JV 34-14 Jack Pine road loss

The Houghton Lake junior varsity football team fell to 4-3 with a 34-14 road loss in Harrison Oct. 5.  The Bobcats trailed 14-0 before get­ting on the scoreboard with a 26-yard Trent Ordiway touchdown pass to Broc Lindsey. More...

Bowling Highlights

Tea Time League Oct. 3 Sunshiners 23 Zone 18 21 Just 4 Fun 21 Brotebeck Builders 20 Young at Heart 17 Sassy Strikers 16 Hot Flash Honeys 12 More...

Hornets grind out win to spoil Bobcat Homecoming, 24-22

The ball didn’t bounce Houghton Lake’s way Friday night – literally – as the Harrison Hornets spoiled the Bob­cats’ Homecoming, 24-22.  More...

Bobcats gridders win four at home

The Houghton Lake Youth Football program scored four home wins Satur­day against Meridian.  The 3rd/4th grade team beat Merid­ian, 20-13, in the opening game of the day. More...

Bucks down Tawas, Charlevoix at home

The Roscommon varsity volleyball team scored two wins during a home tri- meet with Charlevoix and Tawas Oct. 9. The Bucks beat the Rayders 25-8 and 25-17 and the Braves 25-16 and 25-23.  More...

Bobcats go 2-0 at home tri

The Houghton Lake varsity volley­ball team went 2-0 in a home tri-meet against Saginaw Nouvel and Mt. Pleas­ant Sacred Heart Oct. More...

Pool Standings

Houghton Lake Senior Pool League Oct. More...

‘CATS CORNER

(Front, left to right) Kelli Ignat, Lauren Perry, (behind, left to right) Sarah Barnes, Joey Peterson, Evan Fagerlie, Logan Ordiway and Sam Ellis lead the ‘Cats Corner crowd at the Homecoming game against Har­rison. More...

SPIRITED WINNERS

This year there were three winners of the Mr. and Miss Spirit Award. Named Mr. Spirit was senior Seth Brandel and named Miss Spirit were seniors Grace Sura (left) and Madison Carpenter.   More...

THANKS FROM THE VARSITY

Houghton Lake High School Varsity Football Coach and Athletic Director Joe Holloway thanks the band, cheerleaders and teaching staff for their support of the players. More...

Bucks edged by Gladwin in NMSL crossover after suffering first shutout

The Roscommon varsity soccer team lost a hard-fought Northern Michigan Soccer League cross­over game at Gladwin Oct. 9, tak­ing the Southern Division champs through two overtimes and a shoot­out.  More...

Patriots drop Homecoming to Rudyard, 72-6

The Charlton Heston Academy Patriots were unable to bring down the Rudyard Bulldogs Friday night, falling 72-6 in the Homecoming contest at the Crawford County Sports Complex in Grayling.  The varsity 8-man Bridge Alli­ance   Conference con More...

Buck JV shutout at Gladwin, 35-0

After holding Gladwin scoreless in the first half, the Roscommon High School junior varsity football team suf­fered a 35-0 shutout defeat to the Flying G’s Oct. More...

Bucks bounce G’s, 42-21

The Roscommon High School var­sity football team got back into the win column with a convincing 42-21 Jack Pine Conference win over the Gladwin Flying G’s Oct. 6 in Roscommon.  More...

’Cats take three sets for second volleyball win over Bucks

The Houghton Lake varsity vol­leyball team scored their second straight win over Jack Pine Confer­ence and cross-county rival Roscom­mon during a Bobcat home game Oct. 4. The ‘Cats won in three sets, 25-10, 25-22 and 25-15.  More...

Ostling third overall as Buck girls finish third at JPC meet

Roscommon freshman Alayna Os­tling led her team with a third-place fin­ish in a Jack Pine Conference Jamboree at Clare Oct. 4. Ostling was third over­all in the race with a time of 20:43.74, giving the Bucks fourth place in the six- team field.  More...

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