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CC Flames Split with Marquette – Monday Sports Wrap

American Legion Baseball The Copper Country Flames American Legion Baseball team split its doubleheader with the Marquette Blues yesterday, winning the first game 9-8, and dropping the second contest 12-2. Kade Farrell was winning pitcher in game one, and had two hits. Justin Normal had three hits. Jonah Horning had …

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Norris Effective, but Tigers Fall – Friday Sports Wrap

High School Two high school softball teams will make their first-ever appearances at the regional level of the state tournament tomorrow. In Division Four at Norway, L’Anse will face Bark River-Harris at 11:00 Eastern Time. Hancock will play Rudyard at 1:00. We’ll broadcast both games, and the regional title match …

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WestPAC, CMC Softball and Baseball Honors Announced

The WestPAC and the Copper Mountain Conference have announced their all-conference softball and baseball teams. WestPAC Baseball Negaunee’s Carter Richardson was named Player of the Year. Trevor Hendrickson of Calumet and Kade Farrell of Houghton shared Pitcher of the Year honors. Jason Siik of Negaunee was named Coach of the …

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MTU Welcomes New Hockey Players – Thursday Sports Wrap

MTU The Michigan Tech hockey team has introduced its latest recruiting class. It includes twin Pietilas from Howell, downstate – goaltender Blake, and forward Logan. Other forwards include Jake Crespi from Brighton; Logan Ganie from Irma, Alberta; and Parker Saretsky from Wainwright, Alberta. Two defensemen round out the new class …

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Twilight League Opens Tonight – Tuesday Sports Wrap

MLB The Detroit Tigers had yesterday off, and host the Tampa Bay Rays tonight. Ryan Carpenter will start against Blake Snell. Pregame coverage will begin at 6:45 on 99.3 The Lift. The Milwaukee Brewers were also off yesterday, and host the Miami Marlins tonight. Chase Anderson will pitch against Pablo …

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Tigers Lose Late – Monday Sports Wrap

MLB The Detroit Tigers’ late comeback fell short, as they lost 7-4 to the Atlanta Braves yesterday. The Tigers trailed 3-0 after seven innings. They tied the game in the top of the eighth with homers by Grayson Greiner and JaCoby Jones, but Atlanta scored four times off Joe Jiménez and …

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