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CC Teams Finish 1-2 at Houghton Invite

The Calumet cross country teams had another great performance yesterday.  The girls finished 1st and the boys 2nd at the Houghton Invite yesterday held at the MTU Ski Trails. The Calumet girls were paced by Chelsea Jacques who finished 1st with a time of 21:00. Leah Kiilunen finished 2nd, Corey Miller 5th, Abbey Helppi 6th,

CC Teams Sweep Dollar Bay Invite

For the second time in the last three meets, the Calumet Boys and Girls Cross Country teams swept a local meet by both finishing first yesterday at the Dollar Bay Invite. In the girls division, Calumet placed 5 runners in the top 7.  Chelsea Jacques lead the way with a 1st place finish in a

Varsity Volleyball Shuts Out Gremlins, 3-0

  CALUMET – The loud and boisterous crowd at Calumet High School was excited about them, and the Copper King volleyball team had reason to be just as amped Thursday. After a second straight 3-0 win in a week over a Copper Country rival, this time Houghton, Calumet controls the WestPAC standings in the early

CC Invite Featured by MHSAA

The MHSAA has featured the Calumet Invite cross country meet held at the Keweenaw Mountain Lodge in Copper Harbor on it’s MHSAA: Second Half website. Click here to read the entire article.

Agassiz Field Appears in Car and Driver Magazine

Agassiz Field in Calumet is shown in an October 2013 Car and Driver Magazine article.  Car and Driver Magazine was in the Copper Country this summer to perform a road test and photo shoot of the 2014 Infinity Q60S Hybrid.  As part of the event, they took various pictures of the car around the Calumet

Kings beat Hancock in Varsity Volleyball

HANCOCK – With Calumet leading Hancock 21-7 in the third set of their WestPAC volleyball match Tuesday, the fire alarms went off inside Hancock High School and the building was evacuated. There was no threat to the fans, but inside the lines Calumet proved it was even more dangerous as the Copper Kings quickly finished

Kings Unrewarded in Ashwaubenon

The Calumet Copper Kings took the road again on Saturday to participate in the nine-team Ashwaubenon Volleyball Invitational on Saturday and finished with a record of 0-5.  In pool play, Calumet was defeated by Ashwaubenon (23-25, 24-26), Wrightstown (14-25, 22-25), Antigo (23-25, 19-25), NEW Lutheran (10-25, 23-25), and Freedom (25-17, 18-25, 11-14).   Wrightstown went undefeated

Kings Down Chassell in Home Opener

Five Calumet players had at least five kills apiece as the Copper Kings took out Chassell in their home opener, 25-10, 25-11, 25-18.  Leading the way was Alisa Storm, who had seven kills against just two errors. Loretta Anderson notched seven of her own, while Ellen Twardzik and Lexie Rowe each had six and Carissa

CC Teams Split at KML

The Calumet boys cross country team recorded a  team score of 38 to claim the Calumet Invite held at the Keweenaw Mountain Lodge.  The top finishers for the boys were Devin Berg (4th), Mitchell DeLong (5th), Josh Larson (7th), Ethan Larson (8th), and Maxx Fredrickson (15th). Chelsea Jacques was the medalist in the varsity girls

Kings Ready to Come Home

The Calumet Copper Kings have not played a home game yet this season, and are ready to do so starting later this week.  The Kings will host home contests in all fall sports this week.  The home stand will start with the Calumet Invite cross country meet being held in Copper Harbor at 4:00pm on