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Lions Sign Two Linebackers – Saturday Sports Wrap

MLB Former Detroit Tigers pitcher Blaine Hardy will miss the upcoming season after undergoing Tommy John ligament replacement surgery. Hardy spent six seasons with Detroit. He was hindered by injuries last year, and was released in October. He had been trying to catch on with the Minnesota Twins. Baseball team owners …

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MTU Soccer Announces Schedule – Thursday Sports Wrap

MTU The Michigan Tech soccer team has announced its fall schedule. The Huskies will open the season September 3rd at home against Minnesota-Duluth. They will also play non-conference games against Saint Cloud State, Minnesota State-Moorhead and Bemidji State. There will be two rivalry games against Northern Michigan – a non-conference …

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Jurusik Named MTU Hockey MVP – Wednesday Sports Wrap

MTU Goaltender Matt Jurusik has been named Most Valuable Player of the Michigan Tech hockey team. Jurusik claimed the Merv Youngs award by ranking third in the Western Collegiate Hockey Association in save percentage, goals-against average and wins. Trenton Bliss and Alec Broetzman shared the Gary Crosby Memorial Award as …

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Lions Trade Slay – Friday Sports Wrap

NFL The Detroit Lions have traded cornerback Darius Slay to the Philadelphia Eagles. In exchange, the Lions will get Philly’s third and fifth-round picks in the upcoming NFL draft. In seven seasons in Detroit, Slay was named to three Pro Bowls. But, at age 29, the Lions were reluctant to …

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Lions Sign Trufant – Thursday Sports Wrap

Finlandia The Finlandia University softball team has added a new recruit. Makayla Escobedo hit .429 last season for Westview High School in Glendale, Arizona, and was her team’s defensive player of the year. The Lions men’s soccer team is also adding a player. Francisco Arreaza is a two-time most valuable player …

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GLHL Tourney Canceled – Wednesday Sports Wrap

 GLHL Hockey season is officially over. The last pending event – the Great Lakes Hockey League Tournament – was canceled yesterday because of restrictions established to fight the COVID-19 coronavirus. The Portage Lake Pioneers and the Calumet Wolverines would have competed in the tourney March 27th through 29th in Appleton. …

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