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Boys Basketball Defeats Houghton 57-48

Out of the Ojala twins, it’s Matt who’s known as the perennial scorer and 3-point threat, resulting in extra attention from every defense Calumet faces, while Travis is one of the premier on-ball defenders in the area. But on Thursday, Travis showcased his ability to go off on the offensive end as well, scoring 19

Girls Basketball Falls at Marquette

The Redettes opened up the game with a nice run and then used a strong third quarter to get the victory. Claudia Hale led Marquette with 14 points, while Sydney Kivi had 10 points and 11 rebounds. Brooke Kainiemi had 11 points for Calumet. The Redettes started the game with an 8-0 run and led

Ojalas Combine for 37 in Win Over Jeffers

Tough-minded stingy defenses have long been the hallmark of the Calumet Copper Kings. But now with junior Matt Ojala emerging as one of the premier scorers in the area, Calumet has become one of the more well-rounded teams in the Copper Country. And when both are on, they’re as tough a matchup for anyone, as

Calumet Girls Lose To Chassell

After cruising through its conference schedule, beating Copper Mountain Country teams by an average of 30 points in nine contests, Monday’s nonconference contest with the Calumet Copper Kings appeared to be one of the few major challenges remaining for the No. 2 Chassell Panthers this regular season. Well, so much for that. Chassell staked its

Kings Down Hancock 62-44

For the better part of the first 16 minutes of play Thursday night, the Hancock Bulldogs did the things they needed to in order to put themselves within striking distance of the Calumet Copper Kings. They played the type of road game that head coach Matt Strong was looking for out of his players, getting

Kings Use PP to Mercy Escanaba

Calumet’s power play worked like a charm and Escanaba was unable to keep pace Thursday night in a 10-2 hockey loss to the Copper Kings at the Hannahville Ice & Turf Complex. The Copper Kings scored five of their six power-play goals in the first period while building a 6-2 advantage in a contest stopped

Officials Needed: Just Whistle!

BECOME AN OFFICIAL – STAY CONNECTED TO HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS By Bob Gardner, Executive Director of the National Federation of State High School Associations and Mark Uyl, Assistant Director of the Michigan High School Athletic Association They don’t make the headlines, their names are not in the box scores and they don’t make the all-star

MHSAA Second Half: A Report On Brighton’s Trip To Calumet

By Tim Robinson Special for MHSAA Second Half It starts before dawn on a chilly Thursday in Brighton. Cases of water and sports drinks, a bucket of pucks, water bottles, 20 hockey bags, five dozen or so sticks, luggage for players, parents, coaches and others, bags of oranges and apples – all are loaded in the

Hockey: Calumet at Negaunee Postponed

The hockey game this evening at Negaunee has been postponed due to adverse weather conditions in Marquette county.  It will be rescheduled to Wednesday, February 14 at 7:00 p.m.