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Four Kings Earn GLHC All-Conference

Hancock’s Alex Nordstrom was named Great Lakes Hockey Conference Player of the Year on Friday. The junior forward has 37 points in conference this season, with 24 goals and 13 assists. He was joined by Dan Rouleau, who received Coach of the year honors. The All-Conference teams were also announced. Forwards Daunte Fortner of Kingsford

King’s Twardzik Scores 27 to Beat LL-H

Cooper Twardzik scored 27 points as Calumet (13-5) cruised to a 65-36 nonleague victory over Lake Linden-Hubbell (4-15) Friday in Calumet. Matt Ojala added 12 points and Eli McParlan had 10. LL-H was led by Carter Crouch with 16 points. Next up, Calumet hosts Houghton on Tuesday at 7:15 p.m. LL-H welcomes Chassell for its

Calumet Girls Win at Lake Linden-Hubbell

The Calumet Copper Kings overcame a first-quarter deficit to earn a 68-39 nonconference win over the Lake Linden-Hubbell Lakes Thursday in Lake Linden. LL-H led 19-16 after the first before Calumet outscored the Lakes 16-6 to take a 32-25 halftime lead. “Near the end of the second quarter, they started pulling away,” Schick said of the

Kings Drop GLHC Finale at Marquette

Calumet took a one-goal lead in the first period before Marquette scored twice in the final two frames for a 3-2 win in Marquette. Joe Phillips, Rory O’Connor and Ethan Jones scored for Marquette, with Jones notching the winning goal at the 3:07-mark in the third period. He was assisted by Phillips. Gabe Coppo and

Kings Beat WIC: Now Tied For WestPAC Lead

Calumet overcame an early deficit behind Matt Ojala’s 30 points in a 58-46 win against West Iron County on Tuesday. The win brings the Copper Kings (12-5) to even keel with the Wykons in the West-PAC with one loss apiece. Calumet has two games left in the regular season while West Iron (9-9) has one.

Kings Mercy Escanaba

Standing outside his team’s locker room in a dimly-lit hallway, all Escanaba coach Matt Hughes could do was shake his head. The pink stat sheet in his hand said it all; No. 2 Calumet’s side of the paper was scribbled with numbers and timestamps of goals, and Escanaba’s was virtually empty. So the coach signed,

Calumet Girl’s Top Baraga

Brea Johnson scored 21 points as Calumet (10-9) defeated Baraga in a nonleague game Monday in Calumet. The Copper Kings went on a 12-0 run to start the game, and Baraga (8-11) never fully recovered. “We didn’t play well offensively,” Baraga coach Tom Goodreau said. “We committed too many turnovers against their pressure. Defensively we didn’t get

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