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Ben Storm Named To NCHC Academic All-Conference Team

Calumet alum, Ben Storm ’12, has been named to the National Collegiate Hockey Conference Academic All-Conference team for the 2013-14 season.  Storm, a Colorado Avalanche draft pick, is currently a freshman defenseman for the St. Cloud State Huskies.  Read the complete article here.

Kings District Hopes End With Loss To Ironwood

The Copper King’s bid for a district title ended here Wednesday night as they fell to the Ironwood Red Devils, 52-26 despite a 16-9 lead after the first quarter. “I thought we did what we needed to do defensively we talked about being able to keep them in the 40s. I thought if we could

Kings Use OT To Defeat Hancock in District Semi-Final

It took overtime to do it, but the Copper Kings defeated the Hancock Bulldogs 34-23 in the District 96 Boys Basketball Tournament on Monday night. “We didn’t give in on the defensive end at all tonight. We came out and each possession, no matter how frustrating it was on the other side, those guys managed

Kings Knock Off Escanaba In Final Game

The Copper Kngs put a signature win on the bottom of its boys’ basketball schedule Thursday night, knocking off U.P. No. 4 Escanaba 49-44 Thursday in the regular season finale.  The Copper Kings, who’ll host their Class C district tournament starting Monday, came in having lost three out of their last four, all road games

Copper Kings Earn Post-Season Awards

The following Copper Kings earned all-conference awards this week for their winter season performances: Hockey: Eric Mattila             Great Lakes Hockey Conference  2nd Team Bradley Erkkila       Great Lakes Hockey Conference Honorable Mention Girl’s Basketball: Lexi Rowe               WestPAC 1st Team Clara Loukus          WestPAC 2nd Team Ellen Twardzik         WestPAC Honorable Mention Boy’s Basketball: Paul Torola             WestPAC 1st Team

Kings Basketball Season Ends In District Final

The Calumet Copper Kings girl’s basketball season came to an end Wednesday night as they fell to the L’Anse Purple Hornets in the District 96 Championship game, 43-40. Though the teams’ meeting five days previous in the regular season finale, a 78-64 L’Anse win, was full of scoring runs, momentum swings and a tad bit

Kings Finish Season With Loss In Regionals

The Hancock hockey special teams were just that Tuesday night-special.  The Bulldogs netted a trio of power-play goals along with a pair of short-handed scores to see off Calumet 5-1 in the Division 3 regional quarterfinal at the John MacInnes Student Ice Arena. “You know, it’s funny, I tend to think the strength of our

Kings Win District Opener

The Copper Kings faced several unusual challenges in its Class C district opener Monday.  First, an Ironwood team they’d not seen since the Red Devils left the WestPAC after the 2009-10 season; second, a 1-3-1 zone defense; third, a strong lefthanded frontcourt player for the Kings’ tall forwards to deal with.  It took them about

Kings Win Big At Lake Linden

The Copper Kings, paced by 22 points from Lexie Rowe, pulled away for a 67-25 victory at Lake Linden-Hubbell Thursday.  Though the Lakes, missing two starters due to injuries, stayed within 19-13 after a quarter, Calumet expanded its margin beyond 20 in the second frame and went from there.  Calumet (14-5) got scoring up and

Blizzard Warning Shakes Up Game Schedules

The winter storm has forced a lot of changes to the athletic schedules. The varsity hockey game scheduled to be played in Marquette on Thursday night will now be played on Saturday morning at 11am at Lakeview Arena. The boys basketball games scheduled for Friday night in Lake Linden will be played on Saturday at