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Gipp Earns CC 1st Team All-Conference

From August to October, through sweltering days under the sun to breezy afternoons with a chill in the air, the one constant all year during the local cross country circuit has been the dominance from the usual names. Team-wise, it’s been the Houghton Gremlins and Chassell Panthers. Individually, Clayton Sayen and Lela Rautiola have ruled.

Gipp Wins First Career CC Race

Calumet’s Clarity Gipp has been among the frontrunners throughout this cross country season. The freshman harrier took it a step further in Monday’s West Iron County Invitational, earning her first varsity victory by covering the hilly 2.8-mile course in 18 minutes, 56 seconds. “Clarity had never run cross country before this year and worked real

Cross Country Results: Kings Running Hard

Chassell Invite – September 21st. Continued growth and improvement has been the goal of the Chassell Panthers cross country team this season — and that continued on Thursday. The Panthers posted their best times on their home course during the Dollar Bay Invite as the girls claimed the team title with 31 points. The Houghton

Cross Country Apparel Available Online

The 2017 Calumet Cross Country apparel store is now open.  Orders can be placed until October 1st.  Items can be purchased online by clicking on this link. https://calumet-cc17.itemorder.com

Calumet Girls 3rd, Boys 8th at Ishpeming CC Meet

Even giving some of his competitors a head start, Colton Yesney of Negaunee and Alyssa Webber of Munising could dominate a high school cross country meet. The two top runners had to wait at the start along with other schools’ top runners during the Foxes & Hounds Meet held at Wawonowin Country Club on Tuesday

Girls 2nd, Boys 4th at Dollar Bay Invite

It is becoming apparent that West-PAC schools looking to win the conference title in cross country will have to beat the Houghton Gremlins on both sides of the ledger. Monday afternoon on the Chassell Ski Trails, the Gremlins’ boys and girls teams each earned victory at the Dollar Bay Invite. Slightly cooler temperatures, high winds,

Calumet’s DeLong Win’s CC Meet at Escanaba

There was no stopping the Sault Ste. Marie girls Thursday as they simply overwhelmed the large-school field in the Escanaba Golden K Kiwanis Invitational cross country meet. The Blue Devils placed, who placed seven runners in the top 10, scored 20 points. They were followed by Houghton 71, Calumet 92 and Gladstone 103. “It was

WestPAC Cross Country Champions Crowned

The Dollar Bay Blue Bolts hosted the WestPac Finals in Chassell Thursday afternoon. While the Panthers’ Shitaye Sam won the girl’s varsity race, it was the Calumet Copper Kings girls and the Houghton Gremlins boys who came away with the team titles thanks to strong depth of running.  After battling injuries for the majority of

Calumet Girls Win Calumet Invite

Calumet’s girls and Houghton’s boys took team honors at the Calumet Invitational Monday afternoon.  But for the second straight week, Class D schools Chassell and Dollar Bay made it interesting at the Swedetown Ski Trails. “The smaller schools are real competitive this fall,” Calumet coach Arnie Kinnunen said afterward. “But there are strong runners in

Calumet Girls CC Team Wins Hancock Invite

The Calumet High girls and Houghton boys cross country teams narrowly took firsts at the Hancock Invite Thursday afternoon.  But on a warm and balmy afternoon at McLain State Park, it was Shitaye Sam of Chassell who stole the show in the girls meet.  Sam, a senior, edged out Calumet’s strong runner Leah Kiilunen by