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Softball Honors

In its first year of softball, the Calumet Calumet Copper Kings earned impressive post-season honors.  Senior catcher, Selena Stromer was named Copper Country Softball Conference player of the Year.  Senior short stop, Megan Yeo and Sophomore 3rd Baseman, Clara Loukus were named to the all-conference first team.  Junior first baseman, Ellen Twardzik and sophomore outfielder,

Copper Kings Earn WestPAC Honors

The spring track and golf seasons are winding down and the WestPAC held it’s finals in both sports this week.  In golf, the boys placed 5th and the girls placed 2nd.  Valerie, Rachel, and Allison Darnell were all named to the WestPAC All-Conference team.  In track and field, the Copper Kings boys and girls both

‘Kings Earn Softball Crown

With their chances of a conference championship slipping through their fingers, the Calumet softball team caught a break, then caught a share by splitting a Copper Country Conference series with Houghton Wednesday.  Having already lost game one in an unexpectedly shortened 13-3 rout to Houghton, the Copper Kings were down 7-5 with two out in

Booster Club Selling Used Uniforms

The Calumet All Sports Booster Club is holding a rummage sale this Saturday, May 17th from 8am-12noon in the CLK Elementary School Cafeteria.  The items for sale will be athletic uniforms that we no longer use.  It will include football, hockey, track, cross country, and basketball uniforms, as well as some clearance items from Kings

Softball Opens Conference Play With Win

The Copper County high school softball season finally kicked off on Monday night with a doubleheader between Calumet and L’Anse (playing its first softball game in school history). Calumet won the first game of the twinbill 16-9. Game two was tied 15-15 at the end of seven innings and called due to darkness.  The Copper

Calumet Girls 3rd at Dome Meet

The Calumet girls claimed the highest finish of the two local schools in the Marquette D-1 Dome Invitational at Northern Michigan University, taking third well behind winners Marquette but not far off runners-up Menominee.  Marquette finished with 140 1/2 points, including enough (57) in distance events alone to match the Maroons.  Calumet, boosted by wins

Ben Johnson Makes Pro Hockey Debut

The Albany Devils signed left wing Ben Johnson to an amateur tryout contract, and he skated with the team for the first time Thursday morning. Johnson, a 19-year-old native of Calumet, Mich., just finished his third season with the Windsor Spitfires of the OHL after the Spitfires were swept out of the postseason by London.

Rowe and Loukus Named to All-UP Teams

A strong season for girls’ basketball in the Copper Country received recognition to match, as nine local players received All-U.P. honors announced today. In addition to Dream Teamers Elisa Jurmu of Houghton and Madi Swanson of L’Anse (see related story), two more locals were named to their respective class’s first teams and five to second

Calumet Alum Wins Gold in Sochi

Calumet Alum Joel Isaacson ’97, who helped the Copper Kings to an Ice Hockey State Championship in 1996,  recently won a gold medal in sled hockey at the 2104 Paralympic Games in Sochi, Russia. The U.S. defeated Russia 1-0, in a hard-fought match that was decided by a second-period goal. The Americans become the first

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.