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Prep schedule (2/13)

February 13, 2014 Tonight’s games Girls’ basketball Munising at Superior Central, 6 Mid Peninsula at Big Bay de Noc, 7:30 Ishpeming at Escanaba, 7:30 Rapid River at North Central, 7:45 Bark River-Harris at... more »»

Pistons are failing in weak East

January 7, 2014 New year, same Pistons. Or at least it’s starting to look that way. Detroit has dropped its last four games, a streak in which its been outscored 212-149 during the second half. more »»

Yearning for more

December 30, 2013 I’ve now been at the Daily Press long enough to see an entire freshman class play their last football games as seniors. That same class is now in the midst of their last basketball season. more »»

On cue the Detroit Lions strike again

December 19, 2013 Do you pity the Lions? It’s like asking, do you pity the sad clown? I know the Detroit Lions have never really been fond of winning and have turned losing into an art form — either a dark comedy or ... more »»

Area coaches deserve appreciation

November 26, 2013 As basketball season is nearly upon us, I’ve been making my yearly trip to all the schools in our coverage area. I both love and hate this time of year. more »»

Pearson, Hardwick won't be forgotten at Rapid River

November 23, 2013 Comparing players in the 8-Man game to players in the 11-Man game is a difficult proposition. It’s like comparing apples to oranges, there really isn’t a tried and true method of doing it. more »»

North Central Jets turning it around; Rockets going for state title; Eskymos driven to surpass last season

November 20, 2013 It wasn’t all that long ago that sports at North Central were an apathetic topic. more »»

8-Man football players are often overlooked

October 24, 2013 I was in the office the other day formulating my plans for the All-U.P. Football meeting that will take place Thursday, Oct. more »»

Tigers don't look like a champion

October 19, 2013 They don’t quite pass the smell test do they? There’s the old saying that if it looks like a duck and acts like a duck, it probably is a duc. more »»

...If the Suh fits

September 12, 2013 Looks like it’s open season on Ndamukong Suh once again. more »»

FORE! Surprising myself at the game of golf

July 19, 2013 HYDE — What does a longtime distance runner do when he’s on the shelf with a season-ending injury? How about playing 18 holes of golf in a four and five-man scramble? That’s what this sportswriter,... more »»

The reward of running

July 15, 2013 Sometimes all it takes is a little push for motivation. I’m about to turn 30 next month and at the beginning of the year, decided it was time for a healthier lifestyl. more »»

Red Wings deserve the benefit of the doubt

July 3, 2013 There seems to be a slight air of disappointment among Red Wings nation this week, as it was announced Tuesday that the prize of this year’s free agent class, Vincent Lecavalier signed with the... more »»

Detroit stupidity strikes again

June 28, 2013 Joe Dumars has made a series of boneheaded moves since a stroke of genius led him to assembling the 2004 NBA title winning Detroit Pistons. There was the infamous “Human Victory Cigar” Darko Milici. more »»

It's bad times in Beantown

June 28, 2013 Sports fans in Boston have had a difficult time finding things to cheer about over the course of the past year, and this week has only added to their adversity. more »»

Area teams deliver softball golden age

June 6, 2013 Delta County is experiencing a softball golden age, with three local teams all playing at a very high leve. more »»

Give area coaches a break

April 19, 2013 Each year at different points in the athletic calendar, there is turnover. Coaches leaving, coaches coming in. more »»

Tigers staying focused on the task at hand

April 8, 2013 It certainly hasn’t taken Torii Hunter long to endear himself to Detroit Tigers fans. As if producing a .391 batting average at his No. more »»

Opening Day is something special

April 5, 2013 To certain people, it’s an understatement to say there is something special about Opening Day and the long-awaited return of Major League Baseball. more »»

Jason Hanson was truly a rare breed

April 5, 2013 Brian Urlacher left the Chicago Bears. Peyton Manning was cut loose by the Indianapolis Colts. Even Brett Favre moved on from Green Bay. Not Jason Hanson. more »»

 
 

 

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