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Kings Stay Unbeaten

Balanced play overcame cold shooting for the No. 2-ranked Copper Kings in a non-league win at Baraga.  The Lady Vikings threw an unfamiliar zone defense at their visitors. Calumet responded with an unspectacular 22-for-75 (29.3 percent) shooting performance. “Getting shots was not a problem, but making shots was a little bit more of a task

Copper Kings Beat WIC In WestPAC Match-up

West Iron County took a 28-25 lead early in the third quarter before dropping a 61-40 decision to Calumet in West PAC Conference boys basketball Friday night. “It was a great third quarter for us where we were aggressive against some of the pressure they put on us,” Calumet coach Mike Ojala said.  The Copper

calumetathletics.com Hits Michigan Top 10 List

Calumet High School’s athletic webpage hit the Michigan Top 10 list for the month of December, with 11,858 views.  This is a rise from #17 in November.  Continue to use calumetathletics.com as your source for news articles, pictures, important alerts, forms and all other information related to Calumet Athletics.  Click on the image below to

Calumet Alumni Hockey Game

As part of the 100th anniversary of the Calumet Colosseum, the Calumet Hockey Association is hosting a Calumet High School Alumni Game this Saturday, January 4th at 1:00pm.  This game features players who primarily graduated between 1975 and 2005, including players who won state championships in 1992, 1993, 1996, and 1998.  Admission is $3.00 with

Copper Kings Ground Jets

On a night when her team wasn’t firing on all cylinders, Calumet High sophomore guard Clara Loukus had no trouble finding the bullseye.  The 5-foot-1 Loukus gunned in a game-high 25 points and tied a school record with seven three-point baskets as the unbeaten Copper Kings scored a 60-29 win over the Jeffers Jets. “She

Kings Rout Bulldogs

Because of a successful volleyball tournament run, the Calumet Copper Kings started girls’ basketball practice more than a week later than most of the rest of the teams in the U.P.  They showed just how well they’re catching on by running past Hancock 63-33 in their first WestPAC home game of the year Tuesday.  Calumet

Girls BB Wins WestPAC Match-up at WIC

Calumet got the better of the game on the inside and pushed West Iron County aside 62-38 Thursday night in WestPAC girls’ basketball.  The Copper Kings (3-0) got much of their separation in the second quarter, in which they scored 24 points for a 34-16 halftime lead. “We were able to pound the ball inside

Torola and Kings Defeat Ontonagon

Paul Torola blitzed Ontonagon nearly singlehandedly Thursday, scoring 26 points in the first half as the Copper Kings dropped the Gladiators.  The senior hit five three-pointers and finished with 31 points, a new career high. He was 12-for-18 from the field and made 5-of-6 3-pointers. “He got it going early from the outside. He hit

Kings Down Marquette in GLHC Action

There was a heavy feeling of relief Tuesday night in the Calumet Copper Kings locker room, as the hockey team earned its first win of the season with a 5-3 performance over Great Lakes Hockey Conference rival Marquette. “Number one thing after tonight’s game is that I’m glad we got a win,” Copper Kings coach

Boy’s BB Opens with WestPAC Win

Late-season intensity and strategy were in play Tuesday in the season opener between Hancock and Calumet, and it was the Copper Kings who came away with the hard-fought ‘W,’ 42-32.  The Kings’ Paul Torola posted 22 points, but after Hancock went into a box-and-one in the second half to try and contain the senior, Calumet