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Calumet High School Volleyball Tourney Run Resumes Today – Tuesday Sports Wrap

High School Volleyball The Calumet High School volleyball team continues the long-delayed state tournament tonight. After a break forced by COVID-19 restrictions, the Copper Kings will face Beaverton in the quarterfinals this evening at Houghton Lake High School. If Calumet wins this evening, they’ll advance to the semifinals Thursday at …

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MTU Men’s Hoops Falls to PNW – Monday Sports Wrap

College Basketball The Michigan Tech men’s basketball team fell to Purdue Northwest 76-52 yesterday afternoon. The Huskies led by a point at halftime, but the Pride outscored them by 25 down the stretch to pull away. Eric Carl led Tech with 14 points, and Trent Bell grabbed 11 rebounds. The Huskies …

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Tech Men’s, Women’s Hoops Down PNW – Sunday Sports Wrap

College Basketball The Michigan Tech women’s basketball team swept its weekend series at Purdue Northwest, but yesterday’s win wasn’t nearly as easy as the Huskies’ 67-44 rout Friday night. Yesterday, it was the Pride that got off to a fast start, building a 10-point lead at the end of the …

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MTU Women’s Hoops Opens with Easy Win – Saturday Sports Wrap

College Basketball The Michigan Tech women’s basketball team gave up just one basket in the first quarter, and cruised to a 67-44 victory in their season opener at Purdue-Northwest last evening. Ellie Mackay led the Huskies with 17 points, and Jordan Ludescher grabbed seven rebounds. Those teams play each other …

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MTU Hockey Called Off, Hoops to Debut – Friday Sports Wrap

College Hockey There will be no Michigan Tech hockey this weekend. The scheduled series at Minnesota State has been postponed because of positive COVID-19 tests within the Huskies program. No make-up date has been announced. The Northern Michigan University hockey team will entertain Lake Superior State University tonight and tomorrow …

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Pistons Fall to Bucks – Thursday Sports Wrap

High School A limited number of tickets will be available for the Calumet High School volleyball team’s remaining games in the state tournament. The Michigan High School Athletic Association announced yesterday that the state will allow 50 tickets per team per game to be sold to immediate family members. The …

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Tigers Sign Free Agent Outfielder – Wednesday Sports Wrap

MTU Michigan Tech’s Blake Pietila has been named National Goaltender of the Month for December by the Hockey Commissioners Association. A former MTU goalie has also been honored. Tony Esposito was named to the Western Collegiate hockey Association All-1960s Team yesterday. Esposito led the Huskies to the 1965 NCAA championship. …

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Pistons Lose Game, Hayes – Tuesday Sports Wrap

NBA The Detroit Pistons lost to the Milwaukee Bucks 125-115 last night. Detroit began the game without starters Blake Griffin and Josh Jackson. They lost point guard Killian Hayes to a hip injury early in the second half. Jerami Grant again led Detroit with 24 points. After the game, coach …

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Tech Hockey Sweeps Huntsville – Monday Sports Wrap

MTU/NMU The Michigan Tech hockey team completed a sweep of Alabama-Huntsville with a 2-1 victory yesterday afternoon. All of the scoring came in the first period, with Tyler Rockwell and Chris Lide finding the net for the Huskies. Noah Finstrom brought the Chargers within one, but Tech goaltender Mark Sinclair …

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MTU Hockey Blanks UA-H – Sunday Sports Wrap

MTU/NMU The Michigan Tech hockey team blanked Alabama-Huntsville 4-0 yesterday afternoon, in its first Western Collegiate Hockey Association conference game of the season. Blake Pietila made 18 saves. Brian Halonen, Trenton Bliss, Nick Nardella and Tyler Rockwell scored. The Huskies host the Chargers again this afternoon. The Northern Michigan University …

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