Calumet Boys 7th Grade Cross Country

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Rowe and Fredrickson Win Athletic Honors

Calumet High School’s Lexie Rowe and Maxx Fredrickson won two major awards at a ceremony held this morning at Calumet High School.  Lexie Rowe was the recipient of the Holly Jean McCullah Award as the school’s top female athlete.  Maxx Fredrickson won the George Gipp All-American Award as the school’s top male athlete.  Detailed biographies

Hyrkas and the ‘Kings Down DB

The Dollar Bay “Bays” (now playing as the “Blue Bolts”) got itself into an insurmountable situation early Tuesday, and went on to lose to the Copper Kings by a final score of 62-41.  An 18-6 margin for the visitors in the first quarter set the tone. “We didn’t adjust to their offense real well,” DB

Cross Country All-UP and All-State Released

Ironwood High School senior Jared Joki enjoyed a stellar cross country season in 2014 and was rewarded for his efforts during the fall meeting of the Upper Peninsula Cross Country Coaches Association.  He completed a perfect season last Saturday by retaining his Division 2 title, becoming the first runner from the Indianhead Conference to be

Kings Go 1 & 3 at WestPAC CC Finals

Calumet High School hosted the northern-most MHSAA sponsored sporting event in the State of Michigan with the WestPAC championship cross country meet taking place at the top of the Keweenaw Peninsula in Copper Harbor.  The top spots went to the runners and teams that were already at the summit.  There were no surprises among the

Different Course, Same Results

The course was different, but the results were the same.  The Calumet girls took first place and the Calumet boys finished second. Houghton’s Jacob Colling breezed to victory in 17:32, a margin of 51 seconds over second-place Josh Larson of Calumet. Mitchell DeLong of Calumet completed the podium, but the Gremlins still finished comfortably ahead

CC Girls Win, Boys 2nd at Chassell

It was more of the same as the Calumet High girls and Houghton boys cross country teams took first place at the Dollar Bay Invitational Thursday afternoon.  The Copper Kings and Gremlins breezed through the course at the Tervo Farm in fine fashion.  Coach Arnie Kinnunen’s CHS team piled up 21 points in taking the

Calumet Girls Win Hancock CC Invite

With strong team showings, the Houghton High boys and Calumet girls took first places at the Hancock Cross Country Invitational Thursday afternoon.  The 10-school meet was held at McLain State Park on a brisk, but sunny day. In the boys meet, Houghton came up with a team score of 32 points for top honors, followed

CC Teams Open With a 1st and 2nd

Jeffers High School – At the starting line of Tuesday’s Jeffers Invitational cross-country meet, the 2014-15 prep sports season officially began.  At the finish line, the bar for the local cross country season was set, and it looks a lot like the top of the charts from 2013.  The Houghton boys, with 28 points, were

Great Showing at CC Finals

The Calumet cross country teams had a great showing today at the Division 1 UP Finals held in Marquette.  The Calumet girls finished in the runner-up position with 89 points.  The event host, Marquette, won the meet with 27 points.  Leading the way for the Kings was Leah Kiilunen in 6th place with a time

CC Finals This Weekend

The ultimate prize awaits Saturday at the U.P. Finals cross country meet, and there are Copper Country runners with a shot at claiming it.  Teams will converge upon Gentz’s Homestead Golf Course in Chocolay Township, and in Division 1, host Marquette will be formidable in both boys’ and girls’ competition. On the girls’ side, Marquette