Last Sunday’s tournament wrestling tournament in Boyne City stood out for a myriad of reasons.
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MANCELONA — Howard City Tri-County claimed the title at Mancelona’s team wrestling tournament Saturday afternoon. Benzie Central lost to the Vikings in the finals to finish the large round-robin event as runner-ups.
MAPLE CITY — Summers on the basketball court at the Bradford house would make great inspiration for a Norman Rockwell painting.
LAKE LEELANAU — The “Big Three” of Shawn Bramer, Dylan Barnowski and August Schaub scored 72 of Lake Leelanau St. Mary’s 84 points in an 84-75 nonconference victory over Elk Rapids.
TRAVERSE CITY — The expectations for Lake Leelanau St. Mary coach Clint Couturier haven’t changed since the offseason. But even before then, he knew this group would be special.
TRAVERSE CITY — Something had to give when Elk Rapids and Traverse City St. Francis stepped onto the court Tuesday.
TRAVERSE CITY — The first high school basketball team rankings from the Associated Press were released Monday, and several area teams found themselves in the top 10 of their respective divisions.
With Traverse City West and Traverse City Central set to square off Tuesday in both boys and girls hoops, the Get Around welcomed TC Central alum and UpNorth Live Sports Director Harrison Beeby to chat about one of the biggest high school rivalries in northern Michigan with hosts Brendan Que…
BRETHREN — Mesick kept up its winning ways, coming up victorious for the third time in five days to stay undefeated at 5-0.
TRAVERSE CITY — Aaron Ackerson was a year behind Chris Deneweth. That didn’t stop him from learning just how important this weekend’s hockey tournament is.
MANCELONA — Mancelona stayed undefeated in the Ski Valley Conference with a 70-52 boys basketball win over Pellston, setting up a showdown with Onaway next week for league supremacy.
TRAVERSE CITY — Chris Givens had just stepped off the ice when he felt the familiar buzz of a notification on his cell phone Tuesday.
TRAVERSE CITY — A star hangs above the backyard rink at the Deneweth household. The star has been there for years, and it will remain there for many more years to come.