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Gladstone Golf Club women

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GLADSTONE — Lori Shea led the way in the Gladstone Golf Club Ladies’ League Tuesday, firing a 41. She was followed by Mary Bergman 42, Denise Wilson 43, Karen McCorkle 45, Sally Erkkila, Rosie Spindler and Marsha Skellenger 46, Jami Pond, Cheryl Dykes and Holly Canull 47, Judy Cappeart and ...

Gladstone Golf Club men

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GLADSTONE — Mark Hager fired a 65 through 18 holes in the Monday Men’s League at Gladstone Golf Club. He was followed by Steve Bratonia 71, Rich Trombly 74, Scott Neurohr 76 and Dick Pepin and Gene Folcik 78. Joe Quinn was leader in the afternoon league, shooting a nine-hole total of ...

Terrace Bluff ladies

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GLADSTONE — Amy Stupak shot a 42 in the Tuesday Ladies League at Terrace Bluff Golf & Country Club. She was followed by Mary Johnson 44, Amy Cseter and Kelly Carlson 48 and Julie Mayville, Kari Fassbender and Caron Salo 49.

Highland Golf Club men

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HYDE — Dennis Dittrich and Jeff Lampi hit 74 in the Highland Golf Club Men’s League Tuesday. They were followed by Mark Ray 75, Robin Halfaday and Scott Kwarciany 77, Mike Brayak and Dick Puddy 78 and Don Cousineau 79.

Esky too much for Munising

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ESCANABA — Boys’ tennis teams are building toward the U.P. Finals next week. Teams like Escanaba and Munising are preparing mentally and physically with hopes of being at the top of their games. “The whole season revolves around trying to get better so you are playing your best at the ...

Braves rout GB Southwest, Broncos get split

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GREEN BAY — The Gladstone baseball team didn’t let rain dampen its trip Monday to Green Bay Southwest. The Braves played through four innings of rain, erupted for 10 runs in the fourth inning and routed Southwest 11-4. Two-run singles by Braeden Lamberg and Cooper Cavadeas and an RBI ...

BR-H gets split, SC drops two

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NORWAY — The young Bark River-Harris softball team is earning some respect this season. The Broncos split with host Norway Monday, winning the opener 6-3 and dropping the nightcap 5-3. “It was nice to have a split with them,” BR-H coach Jen Goodrich said. “They are a good ...

Escanaba boys, Kingsford girls win GNC meet

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IRON MOUNTAIN - Kingsford held off Menominee to take a nine-hole Great Northern Conference girls golf meet Monday at Pine Grove Country Club. Haley Gabriel’s 48 led the Flivvers, 209, past Menominee 212, Gladstone 225, Escanaba 231 and Marquette 332. Iron Mountain, 232, of the Mid-Peninsula ...

FP girls, Norway boys win Skyline golf titles

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NORWAY — Forest Park’s senior-driven Trojans and Norway’s young Knights captured Skyline Central Conference golf championships Monday at Oak Crest Golf Course. Forest Park’s girls, with three seniors in the lineup, posted a 474 score to 479 for the host Knights. In the boys meet, ...

Singles lift Braves past Maroons

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GLADSTONE — Three wins in singles were enough to lift the Gladstone Braves to a 4-3 tennis victory over the Menominee Maroons Monday in their regular-season finale. Gladstone’s Dan Pederson beat Cade Fernstrum (6-2, 6-0) in No. 2 singles. Ben Flaminio topped Noah Euevard (6-3, 6-0) at No. ...

Prep schedule: Tuesday-Wednesday

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Today’s games Track Skyline Central Conference at Stephenson, 2 Tennis Escanaba at Marquette, 3:30 Softball Rudyard at Manistique (DH), 4 Escanaba at Gladstone (DH), 4:30 Baseball Bark River-Harris at Escanaba, 5 Gladstone at Rudyard, TBA Wednesday’s ...

Brock gets ace

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GLADSTONE — Dave (Knockers) Brock sank his first hole-in-one Monday at Gladstone Golf Club, using a pitching wedge on the 104-yard No. 17 hole. This marked the third ace in less than 10 days at Gladstone.

Downstate women take golf scramble

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HARRIS — Cheryl Wascher of Pigeon, Mich. and Erma Blakely of Gladwin took medalist honors with a 71 in the Sweetgrass Golf Club Two-Woman Scramble Monday. Nicki Hosking and Rachael Latta of Highland were runners-up at 73, a stroke ahead of Donna Gunville-Wendy Schuelke of Kingsford and ...

Broncos get even with Jets

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HERMANSVILLE — The tables turned for the Bark River-Harris Broncos in their baseball rivalry with North Central, this time on the winning side of a 16-10 slug fest Saturday. Earlier last week, North Central out scored BR-H in a wild 11-9 game as part of a doubleheader. Saturday’s game ...

Top honors in Big East for Eichhorn

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MILWAUKEE, Wis.— Carney-Nadeau’s Hunter Eichhorn completed his freshman golf season at Marquette University being named both the 2017-18 Big East Conference Player of the Year and Freshman of the Year. Eichhorn is the first Big East golfer to earn both honors since Chase Koepka ...

Rockets, Braves runner-up in tourneys

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TAWAS CITY — A three-error second inning hurt Rapid River’s chances on a soggy Saturday as it dropped a 9-7 softball decision to the Boyne City Ramblers in the championship game of the Tawas Area Invitational. Rapid River’s Richelle Vandeville collected three hits and drove in four ...

Escanaba gets DH split at Ashwaubenon

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ASHWAUBENON, Wis. — The Escanaba Eskymo took advantage of 13 walks, posting a 16-6 baseball victory over the Ashwaubenon Jaguars in the first game of a doubleheader Saturday. Ashwaubenon took the nightcap 2-1. The Eskymos collected eight hits and took advantage of 13 walks in the ...

Ishpeming tops Ems

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ISHPEMING — In a Mid-Peninsula Conference game played at Ishpeming Saturday with Manistique as the home team, the Hematites ended the contest after four innings due to the 15-run rule. Ishpeming pitchers Emma Bleau and Kayla Kaukola combined on a no-hitter, totaling eight strikeouts and ...

Green Bay golfers dominate tourney

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GLADSTONE — Green Bay golfers dominated the Terrace Bluff Early Bird Scramble this weekend, taking the top four places in the two-day event. Bill Lindmark and Rich Heesaker shot 121, a comfortable nine strokes ahead of the field. The summary: Championship flight — Lundmark-Heesaker, ...