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All Games Being Played As Scheduled

Due to improved weather conditions in the forecast, all scheduled games are being held as planned, including the JV hockey game at L’Anse, the boys basketball games at West Iron County, and the varsity hockey game against Escanaba at home tonight.

Weather Update: Today’s Events

Due to improved weather conditions in the forecast, today’s JV hockey game at L’Anse will be played as scheduled at 5pm at the Meadowbrook Arena.  Tonight’s boys basketball games at West Iron County are also  on as scheduled.  JV 5:45 and varsity 7:15 eastern time.  We are still waiting on confirmation from Escanaba about tonight’s hockey

Ojala and Twardzik Lead Kings to Win Against Chassell

A day after losing to the Westwood Patriots in a physical affair Calumet coach Mike Ojala described as a wrestling match, he wondered how much energy his team would have left to expel against the uptempo Chassell Panthers. But the truth of it is you could hardly tell Calumet played a game on Thursday, or

Boys Basketball Loses to Westwood

A late rally could not overcome a poor shooting night as Calumet dropped a 38-30 nonconference game to the Westwood Patriots Thursday in Westwood. “Real physical game,” Calumet coach Mike Ojala said. “They forced us into too many 3s and we never got hot. “I expected low scoring, but we are capable of shooting better than

Kings Earn Season Sweep of Wykons

The Calumet Copper Kings snapped a three-game losing skid with a 52-40 West-PAC win over the West Iron County Wykons Thursday in Calumet. “Extremely proud of the girls as a team,” Calumet coach Jeff Twardzik said. “They are not giving up on each other and continue to believe good things will happen. Tonight was a good step

Calumet Beats Houghton 3-0 in GLHC Action

The Houghton Gremlins were on a five-game winning streak, capped with a come-from-behind overtime victory over Hancock. Markham had 299 wins and a chance to reach the 300 mark against Calumet. For a coach, it doesn’t get much better than hitting a career milestone with two wins against your biggest rivals. But hockey doesn’t care

Calumet Wins at L’Anse in Boys Basketball

The Calumet Copper Kings overwhelmed the L’Anse Purple Hornets 71-37 for a West-PAC victory Tuesday in L’Anse. Eli McParlan led Calumet with 22 points and Matt Ojala added 17 while Travis Ojala had 12. “Calumet is one of the best teams in the conference,” L’Anse coach Kyle Koski said. “Their defense is suffocating and their leadership

Gremlins Win WestPAC With Win Over Kings

Perhaps it hasn’t been as dominant or consistent as years past for the Houghton Gremlins. For every signature win this season, there seemed to be a head-scratching loss to follow. But after all the ups and downs, it certainly looked like same old Houghton on Monday. The Gremlins topped the rival Calumet Copper Kings 58-44

Kings Mercy Negaunee in Two PEriods

Calumet (8-11-2) only needed two periods to finish off Negaunee, as the Copper Kings mercy-ruled the visiting squad 9-0 on Thursday at the Colosseum. Six different players scored for Calumet: Brent Loukus, Dean Loukus and Rylan Anderson each netted two, while Sam Erkkila, Tyler Johnson and Scott Loukus each contributed one. The Copper Kings limited

Girls BB Falls to Escanaba

The Eskymos were quite impressive in the third quarter Thursday night against Calumet. And then they were not-so-impressive in the fourth quarter but escaped a furious comeback from the Copper Kings to pull out a 65-59 non-league victory. Esky led 28-18 at halftime and then kicked its up-tempo game into high gear on the way